Turning Point Action is set to host Ron Desantis in Phoenix, Arizona, this weekend for their “Unite & Win Rally” with Trump-Endorsed GOP nominees Kari Lake and Blake Masters.
We reported extensively on the massive voter fraud concerns and voter irregularities that Republican voters faced on Election Day.
Masters will face the Democratic U.S. Senate incumbent Mark Kelly, and Kari Lake will face corrupt Secretary of State Katie Hobbs for Governor in the November 8th General Election.
Turning Point founder Charlie Kirk announced the upcoming “Unite & Win Rally” on Twitter.
Excited to announce the first @TPAction_“UNITE & WIN Rally” with America’s Governor— @RonDeSantisFL in Battleground Phoenix, AZ. Help us boost America-First Candidates @KariLake & @bgmasters next Sunday, Aug. 14th— Be There. Let’s WIN.
Excited to announce the first @TPAction_ "UNITE & WIN Rally" with America's Governor— @RonDeSantisFL in Battleground Phoenix, AZ. Help us boost America-First Candidates @KariLake & @bgmasters next Sunday, Aug. 14th— Be There. Let's WIN.
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 8, 2022
Turning Point Action will also host rallies later this month with DeSantis and Trump-Endorsed candidates in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New Mexico.
Fox News reported,
DeSantis will travel to New Mexico, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Ohio this month in support of GOP candidates, including Ohio Republican candidate for Senate JD Vance, Pennsylvania’s GOP gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano, Arizona Republican candidate for Senate Blake Masters and GOP nominee for governor Kari Lake.
Kirk said he believes Lake “will be the Ron DeSantis of the West, and Blake and JD will help break apart the uni-party consensus in Washington D.C., to stop the endless wars, the runaway spending and put an end to the cocktail party Republicans who seem to be good at one thing only – betraying their voters.”
“Doug Mastriano has become a true champion of the grassroots in Pennsylvania and Rep. Yvette Herrell is poised to hold her critical seat in New Mexico’s 2nd congressional district,” Kirk continued.