You'd have to join the Nazis to get to the right of Arkansas Senator John Boozman. Out of a possible score of 100, he has a 1.06 lifetime Progressive Punch score. There are only 16 senators with scores to the right of that, sociopaths like Roger Marshall (R-KS), Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), Rick Scott (R-FL), Josh Hawley (R-MO), Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and-- at 1.04-- Bill Hagerty (R-TN). And, of course, fellow Arkansawyer, Tom Cotton (0.52). In other words, Boozman's voting record is to the right of Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Mike Lee, John Kennedy, Jim Inhofe and almost all the Trump loyalists.
Former Razorback Jake Bequette would like to be a senator and Boozman's seat is up for election in November. So Bequette, a lunk-headaed Nazi-oriented Trumpist who can read a simple script, is running against him. By October, Illinois fascist billionaire Dick Uihlein had already put a million dollars into Bequette's swampy Arkansas Patriots Fund SuperPAC. Here's his campaign launch video:
Bequette can barely open his mouth without lying. He just pulls it all out of his tight end. That might endear him to Trump, (who endorsed Boozman before Bequette challenged him). Trump might not be thrilled with one of Bequette's most recent tweets. Boozman has also been endorsed by Tom Cotton and Trumpist gubernatorial candidate Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
But Bequette has an endorsement too. A self-described proud college dropout, arguably Congress' most ignorant member, currently fighting to not be thrown off the ballot for insurrection, Madison Cawthorn (Nazi-NC) threw his weight behind Bequette last week.
Cawthorn, recently divorced by his wife (for non-performance) is coming to grips with the fact that the only sex in his future is as a bottom and he sees the handsome Bequette as a fantasy top. Still, Cawthorn's label as a rising GOP star "despite a number of scandals Cawthorn has weathered since-- the discovery of lies he’d told to make his personal story more poignant, accusations of inappropriate sexual behavior dating back to his one-semester tenure at Patrick Henry College, and the speech he gave at the Stop the Steal rally on the National Mall on January 6 of last year, hours before the storming of the Capitol. Cawthorn hasn’t secured any legislative victories during his first term, but he has forged strong alliances with some of the Trumpiest voices in the House GOP.
Cawthorn endorsed Boozman over a week ago, but there was almost no coverage, neither nationally nor in Arkansas, until today when Burgess Owens, a bland Utah freshman, and another football player, endorsed Bequette. On January 11th, the Western Journal, a neo-fascist website based in Phoenix, ran a piece on the Cawthorn endorsement. The far right disinformation website was described by the NY Times as "a torrent of sensationalized, misleading, or entirely made-up stories, often aimed at Muslims and immigrants" and because fact checking sites have been unanimous in calling the website out for lies, it has been blacklisted by Google, Apple News and it's Facebook traffic declined from to virtually zero.
“It’s not enough to elect Republicans anymore, we need warriors. There are few things the left is more scared of than someone like Jake Bequette being in the Senate,” Cawthorn said in comments sent exclusively to The Western Journal.
“From sacking quarterbacks to fighting ISIS, he’s someone who won’t back down.”
“I’m proud to endorse Jake and I’m excited to see him on the Senate floor.”
Bequette told The Western Journal he’s honored to have Cawthorn’s support.
He sees his current campaign as a chance to uphold the oath he had sworn during his time in the Army, an oath to “support and defend the Constitution.”
“The fight right now is not on some distant battlefield — it’s here at home. We have a Congress more concerned with appeasing CNN than protecting the freedoms that generations of American warriors have fought so hard to defend,” Bequette wrote.
As for why Bequette has chosen to run against Boozman, a Republican, the veteran had the following to say.
“For too many years we’ve sent the same career politicians to Washington, and we’ve seen more freedoms taken away as our debt continues to rise,” Bequette told The Western Journal.
“We need new, bolder representatives less worried about careers in Washington and more worried about the country our children will inherit.”