By: Lloyd Marcus
I’m in Montana with the Conservative Campaign Committee, campaigning for Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale. Along with standard campaigning techniques like TV and radio ads, social media, and phone-from-home, our executive director, Joe Wierzbicki, is a strong believer in the low-tech activity of sign-waving. Joe believes that live bodies on street corners enthusiastically waving signs supporting our Republican candidates are extremely powerful. A few days ago during our sign-wave, a large number of Montana motorists drove by, honking their horns in support of Rosendale.
Eric Olsen brought volunteers to join our CCC team for that sign-wave at a busy intersection. Eric is state director heading up the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s initiative to distribute 50,000 Matt Rosendale door-hangers across the state. Eric is also president of Schlafly Eagles State, co-founder of Montana Shrugged Tea Party, and director of the Schlafly Eagles Constitution Center.
I consider Eric my patriot brother. Folks, there is something really cool about meeting and having fellowship with Americans who love their country, desire the best for all Americans, and love the direction in which Trump is taking our country. It is the same unifying message causing masses of Americans to show up a day and a half early for Trump rallies. Trump rallies are about uniting Americans rather than the divisive everyone-is-a-victim garbage promoted by Democrats.