Outrageous!  Republican National Committee blew up millions on sedans, private jets, liquor and expensive retreats but failed to win Senate – zoohousenews.com

Outrageous! Republican National Committee blew up millions on sedans, private jets, liquor and expensive retreats but failed to win Senate – zoohousenews.com

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Outrageous!  Republican National Committee blew up millions on sedans, private jets, liquor and expensive retreats but failed to win Senate – zoohousenews.com

(Natural News) The Republicans have done so much worse than the party was expected to during a midterm election cycle that 1) the party is usually favored out of the White House; and 2) amid record inflation, gas prices, supply chain shortages and a chaotic southwestern border.

While the GOP narrowly won a majority in the House of Representatives, the party underperformed in the Senate, even losing a seat in a supposedly red state – Georgia.

The question is why?

There have been many opinions so far, but one seems to prevail, that the party refused to spend heavily on races it could have won simply because the Republican National Committee elite and the RINO leaders in Congress disliked some of the Senate candidates because they were endorsed by Donald Trump.

This includes Dr. Mehmet Oz, who was up against a stroke-injured, hoodie-wearing Democrat who can’t speak coherently at times – and Oz lost.

That included Blake Masters in Arizona, who ran against a Democratic senator linked to Biden’s dire agenda — and Masters lost.

That included Adam Laxalt in Nevada, who ran against incumbent Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, who was politically wounded because she, too, was committed to Biden’s agenda — and Laxalt lost.

Finally on the list was former Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker, who ran so far left against an incumbent Democrat that he fell off the political scales, back in a red state — and Walker lost.

The common denominator is that these candidates lacked the financial means to run more effective campaigns. And to find out, the party they belong to refused to adequately support them.

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Now we learn that millions in donations to the RNC were instead frivolously spent – on lavish travel for the party elite; on liquor and amenities; private jets; limousines.

The Post Millennial reports:

Despite record inflation and a stagnant economy, the Republican National Committee, led by Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, has splurged millions on private jets, limos, booze and luxury retreats to achieve three consecutive cycles of election losses.

According to a report by RedState, the RNC spent $64,000 on clothing stores, over $500,000 on private jets and $321,000 on floral arrangements in 2021-22.

An outlet review of Federal Elections Commission (FEC) data, along with interviews with vendors, party officials, RNC members and former employees, found that many of the transactions appeared to have been misclassified.

Nearly $5,000 spent at luxury sportswear company Lululemon in 2022 has been classified as “office expenses.” Two 2017 issues totaling $9,300 at Madison Square Garden were also classified the same way.

? BREAKING: RNC issues since 2017 under Ronna McDaniel:

• $3.1 million for private jet services
• $1.3 million for limousine/chauffeur services
• US$17 million for donor keepsakes
• $750,000 for floral arrangements
• $80,000 in alcohol-related expenses

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Since 2017, according to FEC filings, the RNC has issued:

$80,000 for alcohol-related expenses $750,000 for floral arrangements $1.3 million for limousine/chauffeur services $3.1 million for private jet services $17.1 million for gifts for donors

After the staggering numbers broke, RNC loyalists began circling their floats around McDaniel, but she faces a serious challenge for another two-year term as party leader from Conservative lawyer Harmeet Dhillon, who has cited the outlandish spending as another reason for the ouster the party took advantage of current leaders — as if four straight years of losses at the congressional and state levels weren’t enough.

“I’ve really enjoyed being able to play a leading role in our party nationally,” Dhillon told Fox News Digital this week. “But what has been disappointing over the past six years has been our failure to win elections during that time.”

She wants to take the party in a “new direction,” which she says McDaniel can’t do.

“I would say she views her constituents as the 168 members of the RNC,” Dhillon said of McDaniel. “A lot of members say that too. Some of them have even spoken scorn, saying to the media: ‘We don’t care what the voters think. What do you know? We are the voters.” So she didn’t have to start a grassroots campaign. And I’m not running a grassroots campaign. I just have grassroots support and that makes a big difference. So people spontaneously decided that they wanted to support me.”

RNC members will elect their leader by secret ballot at the party’s annual winter meeting next month.

Sources include:

ThePostMillennial.com

FoxNews.com

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