On Thursday night, U.S. Senate Candidate Pastor Jackson Laymeyer hosted Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers for an Audit The Vote rally.
Pastor Jackson Lahmeyer is taking on RINO Oklahoma Senator James Lankford in the 2022 election.
Lahmeyer is endorsed by General Michael Flynn, Chairman of the Oklahoma RNC John Bennett, and Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers.
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Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers officially announced her endorsement of Lahmeyer on stage at the rally saying,
This is the pastor who would not yield, who would not close his church, who stands up to the tyranny, who is a man of God, obviously. But understands that the constitution is based on our faith in God and so is our country.
Jackson Lahmeyer refused to close his church during the 2020 Luciferian COVID-19 lockdowns and he has vowed to not only do it again but to hold a service every single night if another lockdown occurs.
The Gateway Pundit correspondent Jordan Conradson spoke to Lahmeyer about his campaign against RINO James Lankford and his efforts to audit all 50 states, including Oklahoma.
Conradson: Are you MAGA, are you America first?
Lahmeyer: Oh absolutely. You know, what we have right now with former Vice President Joe Biden is an America last agenda, and you’re seeing that in regards to what happened with Afghanistan, you’re seeing that to our economy. And so what we have to do is, we’ve got to get America first patriots, I’m not just talking about Republicans, you know. The biggest problem in this country may not be Democrats, it might be Republicans who say one thing and do something else and so I’m an American first MAGA whatever you want to label it, Patriot.
Conradson: Tell me about your opponent, James Lankford. I heard he’s a RINO if there ever was one.
Lahmeyer: Well, James is a part of the problem. James is a Republican In Name Only, that’s why we call him a RINO and James says one thing on the campaign trail and he does something else in Washington DC. And unfortunately, here’s the thing. Is James an evil guy? No. is James a bad guy? No, he’s just not the right guy because James is not a fighter. James is what I call the Great Appeaser. People are like well what is he appeased on? I can’t go through all the things but you can go to RealJamesLankford.com and you can see all the different things that a Republican has caved on and given in to the Democrats.
Conradson: What makes your campaign a real grassroots campaign as opposed to an establishment campaign?
Lahmeyer: I take zero dollars from PACs, I’ve had zero from big pharma, all my funding comes from just average individuals. You know, people come to me all the time and they’ll say, “Hey, you’re the first campaign I’ve ever donated to”, and I’m just like, “Wow, that’s amazing because they’re getting on board”. People are hungry, we have the pulse of the people. James definitely has the establishment and I knew that going into it, I knew that all the establishment buddies of his they were going to get on board and try to squash us early on, but they couldn’t do it because we have more. There’s more of us than there are of them. They’ve got more money in a sense of, you know, political money, political power. But the will of the people is behind this campaign, and it’s very similar to President Trump in 2016.
Conradson: So you’re the one and only person who came from Oklahoma to tour the full forensic audit in Arizona. There’s a lot of fake news out there about it, can you just reassure us, tell us what you saw there, was it secure, was a transparent, was it a well managed process?
Lahmeyer: Oh my goodness the forensic audit in Maricopa County was a logistical masterpiece. The way it was thought out, the way it was done, the transparency. It just completely blew me away because when I walked into the Coliseum floor, and there’s cameras, literally everywhere. I mean I don’t know how many cameras there were but there were cameras everywhere. The entire thing was being live streamed so you could just tune in anytime and you could watch it, and the volunteers were individuals who voted in Maricopa County in 2020. Whether they were Republican or Democrat, they had to have voted so there was some skin in the game. It was just incredible 2000 volunteers, 2000. These are people who are just concerned what happened in Maricopa. So a logistical masterpiece, very transparent, and everything has been documented, set up for this moment. Whenever the left and the RINOs are going to say “oh this is just a bunch of conspiracy theorists, with a pre determined answer”, there was no pre determined answer in Maricopa County. The results are going to be the truth, not a pre determined answer.
Conradson: How do you feel about an audit in all 50 states?
Lahmeyer: We need an audit in all 50 states, we need one right here in the state of Oklahoma. Tulsa County and Oklahoma County particularly. We have 77 counties, but these two counties Tulsa County, Oklahoma County, major fraud, major fraud in these two counties. I’ve been calling on an audit, what’s interesting is the politicians in the state of Oklahoma who are Republican, these are not Democrats these are Republicans. These politicians say Jackson quit calling for an audit. I say “why don’t you want an audit?” and they say “because it’s a waste of money”. It’s a waste of money? you guys do that for a living, you waste taxpayer money all day every day. Election integrity, that is not a waste of money. That’s an investment, it’s an investment into our state it’s an investment into our country. It’s something we not only need to do it’s something we have to do.
Conradson: Did James Lankford really apologize to the black community for questioning the election results?
Lahmeyer: Oh my goodness. It was absolutely disgusting to see, you know he caves like a coward on January, 6th, and I understand maybe there was some pressure maybe somebody got some blackmail on him. I don’t know why he caved so quickly I don’t know, six hours, he changed. He was giving a speech about why he couldn’t certify the electors from the state of Arizona. protesters come in, six hours later he does the very thing that he was just giving a speech about what he couldn’t do it, I’ve never seen anything like it. I’ve never seen somebody cave in six hours. So he caves in six hours and like I said I don’t know maybe you got scared maybe somebody’s got some blackmail on him. I don’t know what it is, but then to make matters worse, he came back to Tulsa, and he didn’t apologize for caving, he didn’t apologize saying “hey I’m sorry for stabbing President Trump in the back”, that’s not what he did. he came back and apologize to the black community, for even questioning the fraud. And I’m thinking to myself, Why are you apologizing, first of all, specifically to the black community? Well he served on the 1921 Tulsa race massacre commission. He wanted to stay on the commission, so he had to apologize, and when he apologized I said this guy’s got to go.
Conradson: He sounds like a Democrat, what is your top priority?
Lahmeyer: Well top priority right now is election integrity. I don’t know how you could have any other top priority because, yeah, we have a crisis at the southern border, yes we have a national debt crisis, we have what’s happening Afghanistan. These are all huge issues, but you’re never going to solve those issues if you don’t have fair and legal elections. If you can’t win an election, you’re not going to be able to address the mess at the southern border, so election integrity. That’s not the only issue I’m about. Rachel Maddow, she says I’m a one issue candidate, that’s not true. That’s just my primary issue because that’s the primary issue our country’s facing right now.
Election integrity is the number one issue in this country and the fact that Rachel Maddow is losing her mind about Lahmeyer shows that the establishment is scared of this guy.
We need real MAGA patriots to replace the RINOs in office and secure our vote, in order to drain the swamp.
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