The Democrat candidates for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania have been sprinting as far Left as possible since day one. The newest candidate to enter the race, Congressman Conor Lamb, has no choice but to join the sprint to the Left because, as a fellow Pennsylvania Democrat said, “[Lamb] has problems getting out of a primary.”
The only way for Conor Lamb to win the Pennsylvania Democrat primary is to move further to the Left than the other extreme liberals in the race. But he doesn’t have to work too hard – his record already proves that he’s on track:
- In May, Lamb called for an end to the filibuster to pass a radical liberal agenda.
- In an interview this week, he touted his support for campaign finance reform and union rights as ‘economically progressive positions.’
- Lamb said he’d back scrapping the 60-vote minimum threshold to advance most major Senate legislation and support organized labor rights.
- This year, Lamb has voted with Nancy Pelosi 100% of the time.
Statement from NRSC Spokeswoman Lizzie Litzow: “Campaigns are marathons, but the Democrat candidates in Pennsylvania are already sprinting as far Left as possible and Conor Lamb isn’t far behind. He will continue to vote in lockstep with Nancy Pelosi and be a rubber stamp for the dangerous liberal policies in attempts to win a Democrat primary. Lamb is just another extreme progressive liberal joining the other extreme progressive liberals in Pennsylvania’s race to the Left.”