Since Conor Lamb (D-PA) was elected to the U.S. House in 2018, he has tried hard to paint himself as a “moderate,” even voting against Pelosi for Speaker of the House in 2018. Now, he is seeking a promotion and all he wants to do is pander to the Left.
The Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary is a full-fledged race to the Left with John Fetterman leading the pack. Lamb is struggling to keep pace. He is trying to reinvent himself in hopes of beating Fetterman to become the Democratic nominee, flip-flopping on many of his “moderate” political stances of the past.
For example, in addition to having no qualms with Bernie Sanders’ multi-trillion-dollar socialist tax and spending spree, Lamb is calling for an end to the filibuster to walk in lockstep with a socialist Democrat base and ram through the Democrats’ radical agenda.
Statement from NRSC Spokeswoman Lizzie Litzow: “Conor Lamb is struggling to figure out the kind of politician he wants to be this year. Since his primary race is a race to the Left, he is now all in on pandering to the socialist base. We hope he will keep this up, but even if he doesn’t, Pennsylvanians will not forget his socialist stances and flip-flopping come November.”