Lisa Murkowski’s political career may be over after Donald Trump told Alaska voters these four words

Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski is the epitome of a RINO.

She spent the past 20 years stabbing conservatives in the back at every opportunity.

But RINO Lisa Murkowski’s political career may be over after Donald Trump told Alaska voters these four words.

Most everyone believes Donald Trump is planning to run for President again in 2024.

Trump is expected to make his announcement shortly after the Midterm elections.

However, right now Donald Trump’s top priority is helping more America First conservatives get elected to Congress this fall.

Donald Trump’s Primary endorsement record

Donald Trump made it his mission to help conservative candidates defeat RINOs in this year’s Primary battles across the country, especially those who voted with Democrats to impeach him.

And with Primary races coming to an end in August, Donald Trump is well on his way to achieving his goal of replacing RINOs with conservative fighters in Congress.

Donald Trump’s endorsement record for the 2022 Midterm elections is currently 146-10.

Trump is undefeated in 22 of the 27 states where he endorsed a candidate this cycle.

But when it comes to the U.S. Senate races, Trump’s record is even more impressive.

On May 3, Trump-backed Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance started the former President’s winning streak by topping the crowded field of candidates.

The momentum for Trump-backed candidates has continued since J.D. Vance’s victory on May 3.

And as of right now, all 13 U.S. Senate candidates endorsed by Donald Trump have prevailed in their GOP Primary races. 

Trump vs. RINO Lisa Murkowski

The Republican Primary for the U.S. Senate in Alaska is coming up on August 16.

Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski is facing a tough Primary challenge from Trump-backed conservative candidate Kelly Tshibaka.

For the past 20 years, Lisa Murkowski made a career out of stabbing conservatives in the back, including voting against repealing ObamaCare.

But after Lisa Murkowski voted to impeach Donald Trump, he vowed to help defeat her in this year’s Primary battle.

On Saturday, Donald Trump held a massive rally in Alaska for Kelly Tshibaka and Sarah Palin, who he endorsed for the U.S. House to replace the late Don Young.

And the former President let everyone know exactly how he feels about RINO Lisa Murkowski.

“She’s a total creature of the Washington Swamp but much worse than that and a tool of a corrupt establishment, the likes of which we’ve never seen,” Trump said. “The Fake News Media loves her,” he added.

Trump then ripped Murkowski for several bad votes in the Senate, such as voting against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court even though she voted to confirm Ketanji Jackson-Brown.

The former President also blasted Murkowski for supporting gun control in the wake of the shootings in Buffalo and Uvalde.

For these reasons, Trump said Murkowski is “worse than a Democrat.”

“This is your precious chance to dump the horrific RINO Senator Lisa Murkowski, who’s worse than a Democrat,” Trump said. “She’s worse than a Democrat.”

“Murkowski has got to go!” Trump continued. “Her vote to confirm Biden’s Interior Secretary was a vote to kill long sought for, and approved, [Arctic National Wildlife Refuge], and Alaska jobs.”

Instead of voting for RINO Murkowski, Trump encouraged Alaskans to turn out and vote for conservative Kelly Tshibaka.

“Kelly Tshibaka is the candidate who can beat Murkowski — and she will,” Trump continued. 

“Kelly is a fighter who stands for Alaska values and America First.”

Alaska recently moved to the “ranked choice” voting system.

This means that the top four vote-getters on August 16 will automatically move on to the General Election, regardless of Party affiliation.

Based on the massive crowd at Trump’s rally combined with his undefeated Primary Senate record, Lisa Murkowski’s days are numbered in Congress.

And this is a reason for conservatives to cheer.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.