Could the House GOP Be Poised to Form Its Own “Squad” Of Conservative Women?

The Democratic Party has been dramatically changed in a very short period, mostly thanks to the rising popularity of the far-left, socialist “Squad” of Congresswomen who have waged, and apparently won, a war against the centrist members of their caucus.

This has never been more abundantly clear than during this week’s Democratic National Convention, as the party’s presidential nominee, former President Joe Biden, and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), form the most progressive major presidential ticket in our nation’s history while we’re told they’re “moderate.”

This “Squad,” which has managed to push its party so far to the left they think they can convince voters that Biden and Harris are actually centrist, consists of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA). These women are young, social media savvy, women of color who are all geared up to return to the House in January.

But will they find a new rival “Squad” when they get there?

The House GOP may be poised to create its own version of the notorious “Squad,” made up also of young, diverse women who, rather than their socialist counterparts, will defend our country, our laws, and our values.

But they’re sure to challenge a GOP establishment that has not always been in full support of the President. Their primary wins have not gone unnoticed and has earned them the support of President Donald Trump.

Just the News reports:

Republican Kimberly Klacik, an African-American young woman running for the U.S. House, created a viral video challenging Democratic governance in Baltimore, claiming more than five decades of one-party rule had resulted in a decimated black community.

Klacik’s dramatic video of her walking through the boarded-up streets of Baltimore caught the attention of President Trump.

“Kimberly will work with the Trump Administration and we will bring Baltimore back, and fast,” Trump tweeted on Tuesday. “Don’t blow it Baltimore, the Democrats have destroyed your city!”

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Trump also extended his congratulations to Air Force veteran and social media icon, Anna Paulina Luna, who won her GOP primary race in Florida’s 13th district.

“Great WIN Anna! Watched your race from beginning, very impressed,” Trump tweeted on Tuesday. “Your next opponent, Charlie Crist, is a Pelosi puppet who is bad on Crime, our Military, Vets, & 2nd Amendment. You have my Complete & Total Endorsement!”

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Laura Loomer, a firebrand conservative (and sometimes controversial) activist who has been dubbed “the Republican AOC,” may also be on her way to the House, having secured the GOP House nomination in her Flordia district, which includes Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.

“Great going Laura,” Trump tweeted. “You have a great chance against a Pelosi puppet!”

He’s also congratulated Marjorie Taylor Greene, a construction executive who won her primary in Georgia’s heavily-Republican 14th Congressional District.

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