The establishment of the GOP in the 11th Congressional District of New Jersey supports Typhoon Selen for Congress in this year’s midterm elections. Selene, a Turkish immigrant serial candidate, has previously been criticized by foreign media for both President Trump and the American people. Most recently, he won the approval of the Morris County GOP in a process distorted by controversy and allegations of fraud.
America’s First Conservatives have rallied around foreign candidate and Iraq war veteran Toby Anderson, who they hope will win the nomination over Selene and, as they say, prevented the 11th District from sending another Liz Cheney or Adam Kinzinger to Washington. Whoever the GOP nominates will fight Democratic nominee Mickey Sheryl this November. Sheryl won her first congressional election in 2018 as the 11th District turned from red to blue, and she has been a staunch supporter of the Pelosi legislature agenda ever since.
The 11th District Race is predicted to be a toss-up this November. As with similar battlefield districts, the GOP body did not hesitate to publicly intervene in the nomination process, making it clear that they support anti-Trump Republican Typhoon Selen.
Typhoon Selene received approval from Maurice County Republicans earlier this month in a process that critics, including Anderson’s campaign, said was influenced by irrationality and even potential fraud. In the 11th District, the approval of the Maurice County Republicans, also known as the local “Party Line,” is a valuable assent to the approval, and local Republicans vote on who to support for the New Jersey District Congress, in a process that is often a minor primary or convention. In comparison.
The Maurice County Republicans have voted in favor of Selene, sparking a controversy in which a large number of voters signed a letter demanding a new vote for the party, pointing to irregularities and inconsistencies in the vote count. Direct fraud. Even though the votes were counted secretly and the number of ballots did not match the number of voters, party officials say there will be no new votes. Additionally, their selenium approval and all the benefits that come with it will stand out.
Morris County Republicans even circulated an email attacking Anderson and those who questioned the vote, claiming they had investigated themselves and found no evidence of their own wrongdoing. Despite their claims, the local party failed to prove that the vote was fair or even legal, prompting a chorus of Anderson and grassroots conservatives to call off this year’s support altogether.
“The MCRC executive committee has given Mickey Sheryl and his fellow leftists another political move to hammer on the winner of the volatile party line, Typhoon Selen,” Toby Anderson said in a campaign press release. “Instead of rallying the party around an ‘elected candidate’, they have created divisions and tried to shout at those who question the vote or ask for electoral integrity.”
“The Maurice County Party line should be suspended for the 2022 election because of the cloud hanging over these votes, in the interest of protecting whoever nominates our GOP and defending the Republican effort to get Congress back nationally,” Anderson continued. “If not, that miscalculation could permanently remove all support for the party line.”
As previously reported by National File, Typhoon Selen is a Turkish immigrant to the United States who has sought several political offices as a member of the GOP since gaining citizenship.
After becoming a town committeeman in Chatham Township, New Jersey, Selene became the first Turkish-born mayor in the United States when he struck a deal with the committee’s Democrats to elect him, an event he wanted to bury in his own history. Political history.
Selene now sits on the Morris County Commission and has made it clear she is not conservative. He even goes so far as to say, “I do not consider myself a conservative Republican.”
Typhoon Selen has repeatedly taken the opportunity to remind the news in both the US and Turkey, once boasting to the Turkish media that his election was tantamount to “slapping” President Trump and his supporters. Selene then reminded the Turkish media that when he joined the GOP, “Trump was not president” and claimed that selecting a candidate of Turkish descent would send a “message” to the GOP and the American people.
The GOP primary will be held on June 7 this year without the approval of Maurice County Republican Typhoon Selen. That’s when Anderson, and America First Conservatives, are hoping to stand behind him, defeat Selene, and win the New Jersey 11 nomination in Congress.