Heath Blasts RINO Insiders Tuesday Night
Longtime Susan Collins staffer, Chuck Mahleris, led a failed insurrection against Kennebec County Republicans in Augusta, Maine Tuesday night. The regularly scheduled monthly meeting featured a stand off between the RINOs and a coalition of ordered-liberty-loving Christians and Libertarians. Voting took the entire time of the two hour meeting. Over sixty Republicans squabbled over who was eligible to vote, and other minor issues related to gaining a consensus of the room.
Gubernatorial candidate Michael Stuart Heath was the only scheduled speaker for the evening. He spoke to the energized crowd while the votes were being counted. He captured their attention by condemning masks, distancing and the covid cult in his opening salvo. He had everyone stand and hug the person next to them. He exorcised the animalistic fears that energize the religion of covid.
“I loved it.” he said. “It was real there Tuesday night. We named the demons in the room. It was nothing personal. I look forward to Chuck and Paul LePage repenting of their lies, and joining me in my Campaign to save Maine from this evil.”
Heath called the recently anointed LePage the “King of Money.” You could have heard a pin drop. Heath then explained that saving money, lowering taxes and curbing regulation won’t solve the current political and cultural crisis. Heath declared that the Maine Republican Party holds no political power outside the Collins Senate seat because of the RINO philosophy. He promised to energize the party in the upcoming gubernatorial primary by defending the Constitution and the Republican Platform.
LePage supporters recently organized a national level deep state coup to give him an overwhelming advantage in the 2022 primary. Party leaders still haven’t explained what they’ve done to the only officially registered candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor, Mike Heath. “I told the leader of the party personally in January that I was running for the nomination.” Heath said. “She told me that the Party would stay out of the primary. Now I hear she’s voted to coronate LePage over a year before the vote. I have no idea what’s going on.”