Buyer Beware – AOC Challenger Candidate Launch Has Familiarity….

The launch of a “republican” political challenger in NY-14 to challenge Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Sherie Murray, follows a very familiar political ploy…. A fake candidate intended to protect AOC in 2020.   In June of 2018 Sherie Murray was an avid AOC supporter.

In the last 36 hours you may have seen “republican” candidate Sherie Murray promoted, seemingly out of nowhere, by a variety of media platforms (social media and traditional). However, when there is an obviously coordinated effort to push a rapid high visibility roll-out; and that effort is for a singular congressional district; it is always worth doing some background research.

(Twitter Link)

BEWARE – Having watched this type of political scheme for several years; and accepting people for what they do, not what they claim to be; in my opinion Murray is likely in place to protect AOC in the 2020 race.  This perspective is bolstered by how the launch/roll-out was also timed and scheduled by Fox News.

Tick-Tock Hannity is a favorite political deployment tool of the Murdoch interests. [It’s not cynicism, it’s an objective, albeit annoying-to-admit, aspect.]   Hannity has strong support from viewers who are republican, conservative and politically engaged.   If you want to elevate a faux candidate, and shield yourself in the process, Hannity is the place to go.

Remember, these interviews are pre-scheduled.  Fox producers didn’t stumble upon Scherie Murray on the first day of her campaign launch and sign her up for an interview less than twelve hours later.  This was a structured, pre-planned, coordinated effort.

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Is it possible that Scherie Murray was a strong activist supporter of President Obama and candidate AOC in the primary of 2018 [key note: ‘the primary] and then suddenly had a change of heart in 2019 after seeing AOC’s political activism in action?….

Possible, yes.

Probable, no.

A person who is engaged in the outcome of a political primary is an engaged political person.  Ms. Murray likely knew exactly what AOC was about (democrat-socialism) when she was congratulating her and looking forward to what AOC would deliver.

In addition to noting how Murray is not responding to any inquiry about her prior political support and ideology…. well, just, trust your gut instinct.

No further comment needed.  Moving on…

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370 Responses to Buyer Beware – AOC Challenger Candidate Launch Has Familiarity….

  1. 13wasylyna says:

    Damn….does the GOP do anything to vet candidates running as Republican?

    Liked by 16 people

    • SwampRatTerrier says:

      “….. Scherie Murray was a strong activist supporter of President Obama and candidate AOC …..”

      Nuff Said!a

      Liked by 15 people

      • fred5678 says:

        You forgot to include SD’s first 4 words: IS IT POSSIBLE THAT

        “Is it possible that Scherie Murray was a strong activist supporter of President Obama and candidate AOC in the primary of 2018…”

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        • josco scott says:

          We need to hear some tough questioning, hear her excuses ;>]

          I hope she’s legit, but if not, hope she’s ousted immediately.
          RE Hannity of “tick tock,” and interruptions fame:
          Hannity’s not my style. But I greatly appreciate his work on behalf of the president. He’s got a massive audience, obviously reaching many who aren’t inclined or don’t know to follow people like you who do the deep digging.

          If a Hannity fan discovers CTH, though, he might find your criticism a bit excessive.

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        • SwampRatTerrier says:

          Thanks, my bad.

          I took that as “satire.” (Satire – the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues. – Dictionary.com

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    • If Murry is a plant then GOPe is in on it. Promoting it and Cortez gets reelected by a WIIIIDE margin. AOC can keep mouthing off making her a target.

      Can you say controlled opposition!

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      • SwampRatTerrier says:

        AMEN!!!!!!!!!

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      • JoeT says:

        She is not running in the Democratic primary and therefore it is immaterial as to who put her up to this. Let me know when a somebody is on the democratic ballot challenging AOC.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I’m as suspicious of the GOPe as anyone, but frankly I don’t think they want Congress to have a whole lotta AOC’s, do you? There is no benefit to McConnell to have her ideas take hold.

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        • Not looking for a whole lot. One mouth piece a la Mad Maxine is all they need to distract and disrupt. Which is also good for the GOPe.

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        • Maquis says:

          The GOPe threw the House last election, they love being the minority, especially when the Dems’ goals are their own, it’s so much easier to pretend to ankle bite than to lead the House against MAGA.

          So no, I don’t think the GOPe gives a rip.

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    • Yes, the GOPe UniParty leadership makes sure that they support open borders, progressive globalists like themselves.

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    • mumbojumboetal says:

      Yes they do. Require candidate to eliminate 16 other primary candidates. Required to go over the top to secure the convention. Allow said candidate to be raked over the coals of false witness for 2 1/2 years and drag them through New York district court with more false accusations. They must be totally exonerated from all the the false accusations, insinuations, and innuendos; while at the same time building the economy, military, international presence, and and a massive political movement. Sounds like the most effective vetting process in history. Do you have anybody in mind that can stand up to such scrutiny?

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      • Judith says:

        All any Republican candidate would need to do, besides completing timely paperwork, is stand up and say, “I am a proud American citizen and a patriot. I will support President Trump and help him to make America great again!”

        That candidate should not have a problem getting elected. It’s not complicated, unless we rely on the RNC to do the legwork, that is.

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    • Toenail says:

      Yes. The GOP does vet their candidates. Scherie fits in exactly for the uniparty plans.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      The fact that the GOP doesn’t do a good job vetting isn’t a surprise. What should upset all the Fox News fans here is that so many of their shows just went ahead and put this woman on as though she’s been proven as a solid conservative when, in reality, it appears that nothing may be further from the truth. This should add huge doubts about good at giving credible information people like Hannity and Ingraham really are. For a very long time I’ve felt these and other Fox hosts need to be carefully watched for accuracy. Not because they don’t mean well, but because they are sloppy. You never (and I mean NEVER) see the kind of research done by them that you get from Sundance here at CTH or even from some regular Fox guests such as John Solomon and Greg Jarrett.

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    • wee2low says:

      No why would they do that? GOP=Democrat same, same. Americans (real Americans) need to stop falling for the “woopsie we didn’t know” routine and stop slipping on the banana. If anything the GOP and the Democrats want this. If there is infact a concerted effort to out AOC (I don’t think there is) by the Uniparty what could be better than to have an AOC that everyone’s forgotten about but votes just the same?

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    • hypnotique59 says:

      Short answer…..no.

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  2. Jim in TN says:

    Is there really a chance that a Republican could take her district? Even a wacko leftist?

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  3. Jeff P. says:

    Damn. Too good to be true is usually Just That.
    Can we get a Real American in NY Some where to challenge An Obstinate Child AOC Please?????
    Are there ANY Real Americans in New York any longer???
    I say No.
    PROVE ME WRONG!!! PLEASE!!!!!!!

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    • Sentient says:

      Are you kidding? AOC and Omar are Trump’s secret weapon. Let ’em run wild. Hopefully they’ll advocate more madness – like federally-funded puberty blockers for children who want to change genders.

      Liked by 6 people

    • mugzey302 says:

      No, Jeff, there arent. We used to have bumper stickers when I lived in Florida, “Would the last American to leave Miami, please bring the flag?. NYC is a sanctuary city ~ Britain has Londonistan, America has Puerto New York. Swiftly becoming the Socialist State of New York. Truly mind-boggling that the high and mighty hypocrites in their gated/walled communities, surrounded by their armed security detail, will stand in front of a reporter lecturing the hard-working taxpayers about being “welcoming”to people who are invading our country so we can support them!!

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      • Palafox says:

        Like.

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      • LKAinLA says:

        Love your post Mugzey. The invasion has already happened people just do not realize it. Entire counties in Alabama have been taken over just like Florida. Now I am watching the same thing in Louisiana. Everyone should check out Metairie and the Westbank in NOLA. Parasitic Illegals attaching themselves to the American host. I wish I had that bumper sticker regarding American Flag and south Florida.

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        • mugzey302 says:

          This is a very deliberate invasion, paid for by the globalist cabal to destroy the nation either politically or by civil war.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      The only real Americans I know from New York, are — FROM New York, and no longer there. I have a retired 9/11 vet, that presented me with a glock magazine restricted to 10 rounds by the Mayor of New York, so that NYPD wouldn’t be so scary

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  4. Zorro says:

    Sundance, thanks for the education. Never forget the Demosocislists are the party of false narratives and hoaxes.

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    • Dutchman says:

      The UNIPARTY is the party of hoaxes.
      BOTH faces use a variety of tactics to manipulate the process, in order to control the outcome.

      Do NOT get caught up in Republican vs Democrat, as that inevitably leads you down the path to “lesser of two weavils”.
      Gerrymandering to establish ‘safe districts’, manipulating the primaries with ‘fake’candidates, ‘splitter’ strategy.
      All to prevent ‘populist nationalist’ candidates from prevailing in the general, while USING them during the primary, to ‘gin up’enthusiasm.

      BALLOT fraud, while it DOES happen, is a very small part of it. Its a sophisticated, multilayered system, they have had many years to perfect it, and it generally works.

      In THIS case, I agree leave AOC right where she is, and very doubtful a MAGA candidate could win that district.

      There ARE areas, outside of NYC and Binghampton, that ARE, I am told solidly RED.

      I am frankly more concerned with the kind of B.S. they pulled in Az., running Sheriff Joe as a ‘splitter’, to insure McSally, rather than Dr Kelly Ward won the primary.

      Result; MAGA voters stayed home, refusing to vote for a RINO, and Kursin Synema took Flakes seat, and Mcsally was appointed to fill out Mcstains.

      Dr. Ward was MAGA, before DJT took the escalator ride, and so the State RNC targeted her early on.

      We MUST get involved in our local Republican party, ITS IMPORTANT.

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      • Maquis says:

        We may have every reason to believe that district won’t go MAGA, but as you pointed out, we must get involved, and there’s no better way to bring the principles of Conservativism to an audience than a passionate articulate defender of MAGA candidate to fight the good fight and espouse those principles.

        We on the Right, the real Right, must contest every election and Teach and Defend and Enlighten on the stage of a genuine campaign. Part of the reason it’s so easy for everyday Dems to dismiss us is because we don’t even bother to show up.
        N’est-ce pas?

        MAGAAAA!!!!
        🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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        • Dutchman says:

          I agree. The RepubliCON party, with money to burn in 2018, withdrew funding from MAGA candidates, saying they couldn’t win.
          When you have a fundraising advantage, USE IT!
          Force the ‘other side’to spend $ in what would otherwise be ‘safe’ districts. The Republicon party is full of A) people who are not MAGA and B) people who haven’t adapted to the post Trump paradigm; they just don’t get it, that the old rules tjey have come to believe sre carved in Stone, simply don’t apply any more. Like the,economists that just don’t get MAGA.
          Fighting the last war. Many are political operatives, its what they do for a living.
          If, however you are in a deep blue area, and convinced your vote does nothing, there IS an alternative you could consider.
          Article in AmericanThinker Today (Thursday) suggests moving to a state/district where your vote,WILL count.
          Many solid red states are in danger, cause,blues are fleeing to red states but bringing their politics with them.

          So, MOVE. To a low tax state, in order to keep it red, is,what the author is suggesting. Lower cost of living, and with current job market, couldn’t be a better time to relocate.

          And my personal advice,would be to consider moving OUT of the city, as big cities, areas near Universities, regardless the,State, tend to be blue.
          Flyover country tends to be,RED.
          I live in Az., away from big city. Pretty solidly red, open or concealed carry is legal, without a permit.
          Clean air and water, no noise pollution, no traffic jams, its wonderful. Instead of buildings, from my porch I see Gods majestic mountains, and broad open spaces.

          Just a thought,….

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  5. Jeff Stevens says:

    Faux News sucks. OANN all the way, baby!

    Liked by 3 people

  6. freepetta says:

    Ty Sundance I will be sure to alert 🚨 people in that district. Makes me sick🤦🏻‍♀️

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  7. candyman says:

    I don’t know what to believe anymore.

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    • gregc77 says:

      All you really need to believe is that evil is real and that the Father of Lies is very good at what he does. The good wins in the end, but only by being antithetical to this world, the place where people run for office, chew each other up, plunder and, in many cases, strive for salvation in the next.

      Liked by 3 people

    • GB Bari says:

      Believe Sundance.

      Liked by 3 people

  8. tax2much says:

    In New York, even the Republicans are liberal Democrats.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Carlington Racki says:

      I live in Manhattan and am a Republican, but register as a Dem because the Dem primaries are basically the deciders for just about all NYC races (outside of Staten Island). A lot a Republicans here do this. We typically try to vote out the incumbent in hope that a Republican can beat the new Dem in the general election. Voting in a Republican primary is completely useless. But this is often a long shot and only could really work in certain areas of Manhattan and possible a district or two in Brooklyn. Queens and the Bronx are basically foreign countries now, so AOC is only losing to another Dem.

      I joke with other people that voting Republican in NYC is like voting for the Jewish candidate in Iran.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Bingo.

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  9. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Exactly.

    Too well timed, too many big names pushing her right off the bat. A definitive astroturf’ed candidate.

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      When I first saw that “AOC has a challenger” and that she is a “black conservative”. I said to myself “self, be careful here. How did this person come out of the wood work overnight?” Myself responded “be still heart. Wait and see”. Yes, myself and I have conversations all the time… I know blexit is real but something about this did not feel right. We on the right are too quick to embrace anyone who comes along and claim to be one of us – especially if that person is from one of those “groups” we are told we need to embrace. We need to be cautious and do our research before jumping in with both feet.

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      • Debra says:

        If you watched the interview where Hannity gushed over her, she was all demure and soft-spoken, but when she was either told or sensed that they were about to sign off the segment, she did SUCH a 180 in demeanor, it set off ‘that feeling’ with me . . . that feeling that I was watching a ‘performance’ vs. a heartfelt sentiment.

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  10. Jeff P. says:

    Damn. Too goo to be true is usually Just That.
    Can New York come up with just ONE True American to run against the Crazy An Obstinate Child AOC?
    Does New York Have ANY Real Americans left in it willing to Fight for it???
    Take 2, lets see if i get posted this time….

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    • billrla says:

      Jeff P.: As with California, New York (the part where most of the voters live) is a one-party state, with one-party rule and no viable alternatives. The ruling party will do whatever it wishes to do to maintain a hammer-lock around New York’s neck.

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    • They need a real New Yorker. A ‘Ralph Kramden’, an ‘Ed Norton’ . I’d buy that.

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  11. DJT2020 says:

    Trump only got 20% of the vote in this district so it is basically the dems little playground to do with what they want. The best I think we could hope for is for aoc to be replaced by another D. By the way Hannity is a dope.

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  12. Guyski says:

    She dresses like a democrat woman would think a republican woman would dress.

    Liked by 10 people

    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      I was thinking exactly the same thing…..right out of central casting – at FOX News!

      Liked by 1 person

    • mugzey302 says:

      Are those Barbara Bush’s pearls?? /s

      Liked by 2 people

    • sedge2z says:

      “She dresses like a democrat woman trying to look like a republican woman”…..exactly! Especially the Pearls and business suit jacket!
      Let’s see what she looked like last year and the year before.
      Have her handlers already scrubbed & replaced her Internet history?
      .
      AOC is more fun.

      Pearls don’t match, either

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  13. Binkser1 says:

    Can’t believe they weren’t smart enough to scrub this from her social media before trotting her out.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. smartyjones1 says:

    Murray had a very polished intro video and frankly it was excellent.
    No idea why this is being done as she’s not a primary challenger to Sandy the bartender which is all that actually matters in that part of NYC.

    So, someone explain to me what this is really about?

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  15. Grant says:

    I don’t care about this RINO. But the main question is: When was the last time that NY-14 ever elected a Republican?

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  16. Finbar O'Shaunnessey says:

    Wait, so now we want AOC out? I thought her big mouth was poison for the DemoKKKrats. MUYM.

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  17. alonzo1956 says:

    It looks like the party of cheats and liars is at it again. Thanks for the heads up Sundance. Everyone needs to spread the word around.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. John Doe says:

    It might be her makeup, but if you ask me, this woman has ‘bad eyes’. I’ve always thought the eyes were the windows to the soul, and hers ain’t good.

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  19. fanbeav says:

    I for one would like to know what the GOP/RNC is doing about this? How did they vet her and why have we not heard from them about her past tweets in favor of AOC???

    Do they not have say so on who runs on the republican ticket? Noone running would be better than an RINO!

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    • mugzey302 says:

      The Conservative party in NY is a joke. They ran a guy in the state election who told us in his bio that, in 2016, he did a write-in vote in the Presidential election! POTUS had the Conservative endorsement! He might as well vote for Hillary! That’s what passes for Conservative in NY. I sent an angry email to the Conservative hierarchy but, of course, no response. These labels mean nothing. What we have are 2 choices: globalist or MAGA. Everything else is just a card trick.

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  20. wwwrobotC says:

    Thank you Sundance. caveat emptor.

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  21. ParteaGirl says:

    I saw the social media push for this woman, Scherie Murray after Lynne Patton said yesterday during an interview, that she just might run for the AOC seat herself. I’d vote for Lynne in heartbeat if I could. She’s a lonnnng time Trump family associate and employee. I have no idea who this other woman is, but it seems to me that Lynne could easily win the seat.

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      You’ve been partying girl? Because this a NYC district not Idaho.

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      • ParteaGirl says:

        Lynne is well known in NYC, especially among the economically struggling. She’s been working with Ben Carson and urban development. AOC’s district is very unhappy with her- since she went to DC, she’s a basic no-show back home.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Always remember that Trump was supposed to be a sure loser too-and yet he won by a substantial number in the electoral college.

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    • Yeah Lynne was asked; however, to paraphrase Pressley, Lynne does not think like her version of a woman of color.

      Lynne is a great woman, I believe she got her big break managing Trump’s NC winery. Currently she works for Carson as HUD NE Deputy. Hands on just like her mentor.

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    • Debra says:

      Thank you. I had saw this also (albeit misnamed Ms. Patterson, ‘Anne’ above) and wondered if this woman wanted to pre-empt the former from jumping in . . .

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      • Debra says:

        Or, as TI Howard referenced above, maybe running as an Independent would be just the ticket for Lynne Patterson, in the quest to send Sandy back to the Bronx . . .

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  22. The American Patriot says:

    I believe there is somebody else thinking of coming out as well for the seat.

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  23. Terry Lynn tucker says:

    Why would hannity go along with it

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  24. Marygrace Powers says:

    “This was a structured, pre-planned, coordinated effort.” sd

    Also, Sherrie Murray sounded preprogrammed/robotic like she just
    took a crash course on “what to say” not heartfelt at all in my opinion.

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  25. Whatever else one might say the “Bridges” spot was well done.
    Wish the producer was working for us.

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  26. Tiffthis says:

    As soon as I saw her around insta, I left skeptical comments. It’s too much too fast. Where did she get the money for these adds?

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    • JG3 says:

      Ad seemed too professional for a first on the national stage. Familiar? “TOGETHER” Nuveen runs an ad on FBN. It uses green energy turbines, rainbow colors, and a “bridge”. And, “together”. Didn’t HRC used that for a campaign slogan? Maybe off-base here, but IMHO, they have the same feel…

      Last night, appearing on Hannity, she definitely did not have the polished look that she had in the ad. Then this morning on Varney, when she spoke, it was no where near as smooth as in the ad. Definitely a profession job… major filming/production/editing $$$$

      Also, “Community Leader” sent up red flag…maybe an inner city thing?

      First thought was, puppet master must be thinking AOC might not make it, sending in a replacement?

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  27. Even if she were a real Republican candidate ( there hasn’t been one in NY State let alone NYC for several years ) she wouldn’t have a chance in that district , merely a publicity stunt for this gal. Only way Cortez leaves Congress is if NY Dems are so pissed at her ,they redistrict her and have a real mainline Dem challenge her. So don’t waste a millisecond on a Republican flip of this seat NEVER going to happen. She may get redistricted /punished because i have heard that she (and her real brain- that weird rich guy who is her so-called Chief of Staff) are eyeing another old white guy’s seat -Senator Cryn’ Chuck Schumer (2022) and he is taking threat seriously

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Maybe it is a ploy to divert money. Create a false hope to take an unavailable district, so that money isn’t spent on the critical districts

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  28. Hannity is all about ratings. He has always been jealous of Rush.

    Is Laura being duped, coerced, complicit or part of a misdirection/deception. I would be disappointed in Laura if it she was duped, coerced, complicit.

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  29. Chieftain says:

    There are already five candidates in the Republican Party for Cortez’s seat in the 14th Congressional District of New York.
    John Cummings –
    Miguel Hernandez –
    Scherie Murray –
    Ruth Papazian –
    Antoine Tucker –

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  30. Louisiana Tea Rose says:

    PUHLEEEEEZE!

    Two points:

    1) NY will NEVER elect a conservative. NEVER.

    2) I like AOC right where she is! She is PURE GOLD in GOP currency.

    Re-elect AOC!!!!

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    • Judith says:

      Long Island NY was a Republican stronghold for some forty years. HUD rezoning efforts, however, shoe-horned millions of blue voters into formerly red districts, until Republicans were eventually displaced.

      I hope people are aware of this insidious, sanctuary city creep in their own communities. It all starts with HUD rezoning. We don’t need to build more skid rows. We simply need jobs that pay a living wage.

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  31. The Boss says:

    You think Hannity is wise to this ploy? The interview seemed more awkward for him than her. She delivered rehearsed-sounding lines. His interview was rather perfunctory, other than making sure she knew “they” would follow her closely. I think he only interrupted once.
    But yeah. This whole thing reeks of a set up.

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  32. Jim Comey is a weasel_Doug says:

    Gotta admit, I got smoked up….
    I want my $20 back!!

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  33. DAVID A CRAIN says:

    Time to drain the Swamp Fox!

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  34. jedled says:

    I’d feel a little better if she posted a #walkaway and/or #blexit testimonial(s) a couple years ago and was active in those movements. Otherwise…..suspicious cat! TY Sundance for the heads-up.

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  35. ParteaGirl says:

    Hmmmm

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  36. Gas says:

    If Ronna Romney McDaniel supports her, you better keep an eye on your wallet.

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  37. Jazcox says:

    Sorry, Sundance – going to have to depart w/you on this! Honestly, sometimes I think you are a little too conspiratorial and it’s not productive coming from the Left or Right blogs

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    • mugzey302 says:

      Says the troll.

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    • sundance says:

      Depart all you want to. I’m just providing info (and opinion about that info).

      Ms. Murray supported AOC. Period. You can’t change that. You might attempt to excuse it, explain it, or justify it…. But that support exists regardless of your feelings.

      That advocacy is not a conspiracy.

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      • AnotherView says:

        I agree with Sundance. Leopards don’t change their spots. Neither does a democrat.

        Liked by 1 person

      • thank you sundance….think more than twice to whom you send your hard earned monies…..

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      • lotbusyexec says:

        Wanted to write “Can’t beat Facts”, unless it’s your dog BUT I love/adore dogs way too much to even make a joke. I side with SD on this – cant beat facts – the proof is in the pudding

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      • Arrest Soros says:

        Ms. Murray supported AOC. Period. You can’t change that. You might attempt to excuse it, explain it, or justify it…. But that support exists regardless of your feelings.

        One data point doesn’t a pattern make.
        Cortez ousted an intrenched swamp rat. Congratulating her doesn’t make one a supporter of her. Who knows what experiences this woman had with the ousted swamp rat and was glad to see him go (for example).
        Now do the rest of her political tweets. There are many more data points there.

        Furthermore, logic says Cortez doesn’t need protection from a Republican in that district. The only threat to her would be from another Democrat. So your hypothesis is out of whack with logic. (IMHO)

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    • 335blues says:

      We here at CTH at far too sharp to have to suffer many TROLLS like you Jaz.
      But here you are.
      Moron, we’ve seen this ploy used by the communist democrat party time and time again.
      But this time, someone didn’t do their homework, as Murray’s congratulatory tweet
      was blatant.
      I’m guessing she was chosen because she is a black woman.
      How can any decent conservative vote against a black republican woman?
      Except that she is not. Genuine. Murray is a despicable liar, a fellow traveller
      in the communist democrat party recruited, and told to wait for when they needed
      her. This, presumably, is her 5 minutes of fame in marching FORWARD to
      a marxist state in America. That is the obvious goal of Cortez.
      Hannity needs to come clean with a followup show that presents this headfake
      for who she really is, a marxist democrat running a scam candidacy.

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        You outright called Jazcox a troll, and a moron – for not being willing to jump on a suspicion without more facts.

        Then, you go on to say the following about Ms. Murray:

        “Murray is a despicable liar, a fellow traveller [sic] in the communist democrat party recruited, and told to wait for when they needed her. This, presumably, is her 5 minutes of fame in marching FORWARD to a marxist state in America…who she really is, a marxist democrat running a scam candidacy.”

        These are exceptionally harsh words, considering that SD has only introduced suspicion and a call for a closer look.

        I might add, it seems Brad Parscale is promoting her. It would be awful to say these things about people unjustly.

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  38. desperatelyseekingmelania says:

    The Rs who challenge AOC for this district are irrelevant
    What is relevant is whether or not the DNC/Pelosi blesses a D primary challenge to her

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  39. CarolynH says:

    Someone needs to clue in Hannity, he was fawning over her last night.

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  40. Magabear says:

    If someone is going to beat AOC, it’ll be in the demonrat primary, not in the general election. Not in that district.

    Liked by 2 people

  41. farmerren says:

    1. My gut told me to beware of Ms. Murray.
    2. Her campaign video used the phrase ”building bridges” that reminded me when people on the left would say something like, “Build bridges, not walls.” So I didn’t like that.
    3. Sundance’s warning to “beware”.

    Three strikes……..(but I’ll be happy to be wrong but not spend much time hoping to be).

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    • Dekester says:

      Farmerren,

      Agreed. The whole interview with Hannity and her seemed awkward and insincere.

      American politics sure is a dirty,dirty business.

      God bless PDJT

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  42. MaineCoon says:

    Great. Duped again. I’m alwyas hopeful Rs will actually pull off such a challenge. Rs did another bad job of vetting.

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  43. Siiigghh ….
    Sundance, what we will do without your dedication?

    Other “conservative” sites are going ga-ga over this gal and here you are kinda laying it out for us in few words.

    Channeling Levin – now maybe the back benchers will pick this up and run with it!

    🙂

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  44. AnotherView says:

    Interesting that she showed up on Hannity. Everybody knows Hannity would be the place to go to launch a campaign since he doesn’t ask any real or hard-hitting questions. All he does in regurgitate every night.

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  45. JmkNY says:

    If this is a fake candidate then the RNC is also in on this.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Sure, it could be a conspiracy with the RNC in on it (after all, the GOP is controlled by the GOPe). However, in this case they also could just be too stupid to catch on to what she may be up to.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      What other alternatives are there for that district. I’d bet the republican committee there is made of members in other areas who are trying to build it there. A true new blexit is going to be pissed off and passionate. A principled black person successful due to following universal principles of success will have such a trail in her life. I want to see Murry’s life history — just for academic curiosity. But I agree with the other posters — it’s irrelevent.

      Someone who overtakes such a D district is going to be a disrupter.

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  46. albertus magnus says:

    Amen, Sundance!

    Since I quit watching old Tick-tock several months ago, I missed his interview with her. However, the bright side is that if Hannity remains true to form, she ddnt get a word in edgewise!

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    • mikeyboo says:

      “if Hannity remains true to form, she didnt get a word in edgewise!”
      Allbertus I do believe you have found the silver lining!!!!

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      He did not interrupt her…not once! But then this wasn’t really an interview, rather more like an introduction. She was so quiet and soft-spoken, never had to raise her voice b/c of interruption or dissent until the last few seconds when they were running out of time and she needed to get her website promoted. I already didn’t like her talk of immigration that she ‘is familiar with the process’ b/c she was a child when her parents went thru the process. What would she know? Will have to watch her for more deception.

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  47. Coast says:

    I actually got an email from the GOP asking for a donation for her campaign.

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  48. sunnyflower5 says:

    I found it interesting that Lynne Patton was on Fox and Friends the day FOX gave Murray a roll out. Lynne Patton mentioned the possibility of running- as she is very familiar with the district and constituents.

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  49. alliwantissometruth says:

    “Remember, these interviews are pre-scheduled. Fox producers didn’t stumble upon Scherie Murray on the first day of her campaign launch and sign her up for an interview less than twelve hours later. This was a structured, pre-planned, coordinated effort”

    This tells you everything you need to know

    The UniParty behind the curtain in Oz (America) is beckoning us to trust them

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    • highdezertgator says:

      It’s rumored she wears “ruby red slippers” ….carries the Wizards “Magic Wand”…. and has a dog named “Toto”.

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  50. WSB says:

    Brandon Straka is considering a run against Cortez. How do we get his attention? He will call Murray out for what she really is.

    Can any of you Twitter warriors send him this thread? Ask him to come read here.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dekester says:

      Nice one WSB, should he. Would he not be better running as a heavily supported Independent.

      Is that two scenario even possible ?

      As I remember voter turnout was very low in that district.

      God bless a PDJT.

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