Matthew Northway arrived at the Church of the Nations around 7:20 AM and walked with Mark Grigoriev from the parking lot to the front of the church grounds. They stood with their protest signs and yellow vests on at that location for about half an hour until approached by a gentleman wearing a pro-Lines sticker. This gentleman read our signs and asked who we were with. Mark responded, “Republicans United” while Matthew was beginning to say “College….” The gentleman (Douglas Yelin) finished his sentence and told us we weren’t allowed to protest on church grounds. Mark asked him where we could go, and Mr. Yelin mentioned “around the back by the dumpsters.”
Mark and Matthew then left the location and walked towards the rear of the building. They stopped where other anti-Lines protesters were located and spoke with a pro-Ward supporter. Mark and Matt told her what happened, and she went inside to ask for clarification. She returned to us with another unknown individual verifying that we couldn’t protest on church grounds.
Mark and Matt moved away towards the opposite side of the church, then was approached by Jonathan Lines himself who said, “You can’t be here, see the Sergeant-at-arms. This is a private event.” Barbara Medal was walking behind Jonathan Lines and saw him telling us to move and was asking him questions as he was walking into the building. Mark and Matthew then moved off church property after speaking with Alice Lara (Chips ‘n Salsa). As we were walking away from the church, Matthew caught a verbal confrontation between Lyle Tuttle and an SC named Alberto Gutier III where Lyle asked why we couldn’t protest on the grounds. Alberto got frustrated saying, “I’m resigning from the Party! This is why I’m resigning!” After this exchange, Mark and Matthew protested on the sidewalk opposite the church building until Rick Thomas arrived.
Rick went back onto the property and spoke with several pro-Lines teens carrying signs asking who organized them, their opinions on Jeff Flake, Romney and other RINOs. None of them were confident to talk about why they were there or anything else beyond the pro-lines rhetoric they were told to say. Rick then spoke with another group of Anti-Lines protesters and informed them what took place with Matthew and Mark. This individual encouraged CRU to return back to the property and group up to prevent harassment from Jonathan Line’s henchmen.
Rick was then approached by what appeared to be one of the organizers for the teens. The individual then berated Rick on his anti-lines views, made insults on Rick’s “Faggy” Air Force Boots, Jacket, and choice of clothing. When asked why he hated the AirForce he replied that he use to be an Army Ranger so it was ok. The man was visually unhinged, but what made the situation worse was the Teens who accompanied him who started to echo his insults. The man eventually scurried away. Our side was later reinforced by Joshua Bernard and Kevin Decuyper. The rest of the day went on without further incidents.
After Kelli Ward won the vote. Jonathan Lines walked past our group, full of hatred and vile, saying “It takes alot of balls to yell at me from a distance” Rick quickly shot back, “Have fun in court with Maria Syms.” The sad little man got into his car with his family and drove away.
College Republicans United will be conducting a protest against AZGOP Chairman Jonathan Lines January 26th.
For the past few days on the RepublicanBriefs, Frosty Taylor has been advertising our call for the removal of Lines and other RINO collaborators from the party. As a result of this, our inbox has been flooded with messages from various supporters.
Here is a brief sample of the messages we have received.
Congratulations on your efforts to unseat the hugely unpopular and ineffective incumbent Az GOP chairman Jonathan Lines.
As you may already know, I sat for (5) consecutive years on the Maricopa County Executive Guidance Committee, both as Member-At-Large and Second Vice Chairman. During my tenure there, I was made acutely aware of the manipulations exhibited by the Az GOP and the establishment Republicans (Globalists) who routinely usurped the power of the PC’s through the monumental abuse of proxies, which are tantamount to ballot harvesting. This practice, in reality, disenfranchises the hardworking PC’s who actually put boots on the ground and perform the function of PC’s by going to the various meetings and performing their duties. The proxy abuse is designed to give voice to those PC individuals who will never be seen in their precincts or at meetings and are recruited by establishment power cadres in the various LD’s to manipulate elections—both in their respective LD’s and at the Az GOP level.
There have been many instances within the past decade to remedy this situation by limiting the number of proxies that can be carried by a fellow PC, but these efforts have been thwarted by the entrenched establishment power structure in order to keep them in power at ALL costs—legal or otherwise.
Your efforts to bring this to the light of day is a welcome and noble task, and I wish you every success in this effort. The issues at stake go to the very soul of our Republic and our party. My own suggestion for a theme for this effort is: TAKE BACK CONTROL
May the intention of the Founding Fathers be ever your creed, who pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor in creating the greatest nation on Earth.
Standing for Liberty,
Ray Sweeney U. S. Marine Corps, retired Founder/Chairman, V.A.L.O.R. (Veterans Against Losing Our Republic)
Here’s another exchange between CRU Vice President Matthew Northway and CRU President Joshua Bernard with another contributor.
In reading the briefs yesterday and today it states that you are picketing against Lines re-election as State GOP Chair. Who of the remaining 3 candidates do you support???
Good afternoon ma’am,
Thank you for your response, please allow me some depth to explain our reasoning. Regarding the election this Saturday, CRU and RU is not advocating for a particular candidate to replace Mr. Lines. The purpose of our protest is to call attention to the performance given by Chairman Lines especially with the aftermath of the ’18 midterm elections in this state. The Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party should do everything in his/her power to ensure adequate support and reinforcement is given to ALL Republican candidates running for statewide office, not just the Senate and Governor positions. An example is needed, Maria Syms of LD 28 was running for reelection to a second term in the Arizona House, but was blindsided by the State Party under Lines who reached out to voters requesting they vote for Kathy Petsas. This underhanded tactic, perpetrated under the direction of Chairman Lines, split the vote and cost Syms her seat which is now occupied by Democrat Kelli Butler.
The reasoning for why Chairman Lines’ actions cost the Republican Party a state legislative seat is unclear, Maria Syms had a great CONSERVATIVE record while a member of the AZ House. The above example is a clear illustration for why Chairman Lines needs to be replaced as State Party Chair, President Trump needs conservative officials he and his supporters can reliably count on who will do everything in their power to ensure the MAGA agenda comes to fruition. If Chairman Lines is reelected, it’s a very safe bet Arizona will go from purple to blue in 2020 and thus MAGA will be absent from Arizona. Josh Bernard, President of CRU gives a good answer towards who to vote for:
“We need to look and invest in true conservative candidates that believe in the new direction the party is moving to, not candidates that want to promote old policy from years past. Fresh new blood and leadership is needed for the next decade onwards.”
I apologize for the long-windedness of this message, but everyone deserves the truth for why Jonathan Lines is no longer qualified to his position. Have a great rest of your week!
Matthew J. Northway
College Republicans United (CRU) Vice President
I appreciate your response.
I was a PC in Arizona, but am no longer. I am a former 8 year, 2 term County Commissioner in Lane County, Oregon. The only Republican and the only woman on a 5 member board. Oregon definitively has its problems, but at least we know how to groom and start working with candidates. Living here since 2012, I have been appalled at not only the lack of leadership, but the lack of quality of candidates.
You continue to recycle the same old hacks time and time again. Primary example is Debbie Lesko. The thought of now having to work with her in DC is not going to happen. I thought Trent Franks was bad, she is a disgrace. We have that whole LD21 click with Rick & Lisa Gray.
I have done grassroots lobby work for AF&PA in DC since the mid 80’s focusing on NW & W States. Was never impressed with the Arizona delegation except for Jon Kyle. I worked extensively with him in 1999/2000, when he chaired Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee. At that time we passed a major timber bill that hadn’t been done in 20 years. However, Paul Gosar seems to be a possible bright light.
Needless to say, I did not vote for Lesko in November. The Republican Party in Arizona has a tendency of eating their own. If Ward is selected Saturday, I can guarantee you that Arizona will become bright purple or blue in 2020. You want to place a wager? You also need some better qualified campaign consultants. Even I can read the tea leaves better than they can.
In a pickleball event Saturday from 9 AM to Noon. Not sure I even want to know the outcome of the voting.
There’s massive issues within the AZ GOP. A lot of our fellow conservative contacts across the nation have said AZ is notorious for its GOP split. Rather it almost shows at the state level the bigger national divide within the party. As there seems to be almost a irreconcilable differences between these two wings of the party(Bush type conservatism vs Trump conservatism). Which is playing out perfectly within here in AZ. I think looking ahead to 2020 is when the real battle for change here in AZ can begin. During that time its gonna be a critical moment to build and invest in grassroots leaders and the youth.
The Establishment has really been dropping the ball as of late. Especially regarding building youth leaders. A lot of their preferred leaders tend to be always unpopular and out of touch with modern millennials and Gen Z. There just seems to be a massive disconnect with current party leadership policy towards them and how to engage them. As millennials and Gen Z are interconnected on social media, they are heavily active in social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube. In which they tend to primarily be engaged in conservative young communities that are out of the establishment belt-loop. They have a very strong outreach online, but that’s where the party is failing to properly utilize this strength. Only President Trump and other conservative right leaning groups around the world especially in Europe have primarily have tapped into that power and engaged with it to build themselves up.
The AZ GOP and even the national GOP, with Trumps momentum would be better advised to go into rebuilding mode (like a sports team does) to better field a better team going forward. It’s better to invest in the blue-collar base President Trump brought in, as well as invest in better camping consultants. Build our conservative bench, and change the scouting tactics that go into investing into the Republican future.
In my opinion, I don’t believe Chairman Lines holds any of realistic visions for the future. Based on his record as chairman for the past few years. As well as based on who he and the party left hanging during the 2018 midterms. The left was bound to strike back in 2018, but leaving some of your soldiers on the battlefield like Syms and other conservatives especially our women candidates was just plain wrong. Kelli Ward’s probably not the answer to counter Lines and the establishment, but investing in other potential candidates for the long game is the better answer and vision. One that can take on the likes of left wing swamp dwellers that are coming from California to Arizona. Liberals that are seasoned veterans and eager to take on Republican and Conservative leaders that do not have the energy to muster up a strong fight against them. As seen in our 2018 midterm results here in AZ.
“Rick Thomas is in it for the laughs.Or at least that’s what he claims.”
Great, so we know right off the bat this article is going to be a hit job. With no context given, we’re given the insinuation CRU is a not a serious organization.
“…has displayed a flag with origins on the online forum 4chan that some describe as a racist hate symbol.”
Who? Biased sources? What does the actual community say it represents?
Whenever the press uses the phrase “… that some describe as…” it’s typically done in a passive aggressive way to cherry pick inflammatory remarks without taking responsibility for it. Nowhere in this article does Isaac Windes mention that Rick Thomas preferred not to include the flag in the tabling event at ASU. Rick specifically mentioned during the interview that “it was a cringy thing to include for political purposes on campus.” A fellow member however wanted to use it while he tabled, and was approved, because Rick didn’t want to violate his individual freedom of speech.
According to ‘Know Your Meme’, the flag represents a tongue-in-cheek ethnic origin of “shitposters” known as “Kekistanis” who worship the ancient Egyptian diety Kek. In late January 2017, Kekistan began widely circulating on Twitter following its promotion by YouTuber Sargon of Akkad.
“Thomas’ social media includes a slew of tweets featuring alt-right rhetoric and discriminatory language, including posts calling out what he said is a “White Genocide,” a term often used by white nationalists who advocate for a white ethnostate.”
The loaded terminology by the State Press is done to shape public opinion for you. The term ‘White Genocide’ is a critique on modern society which has a double standard against white males.
As an example: If this Georgetown Professor had made the same inflammatory tweet, but replaced the word ‘white’ to ‘black’ or another racial minority, would this professor lose her job? Absolutely! There is clearly a double standard in how we treat groups of people by the color of their skin. Why is it ok for society to be openly hostile to one group and not the other? Is this a political or societal agenda to disenfranchise white males who are known to typically vote conservative?
“White people are genetically inferior and inherently evil and guilty because of their DNA.”
To not recognize this new norm, is a grotesque sign of bias from the State Press.
This statement is pretty consistent with planned parenting founder and Democratic hero Margaret Sanger “that some describe as” openly racist against African Americans. Secondly this was a tweet, made by Rick, in response to another person from 2017. This tweet was made to mock another user’s opinions on their abortion views. Comparing it to a form of infanticide. Since the original tweet was deleted, it’s extremely irresponsible of the State Press to post this without the proper context.
The rest of the article attempts to further slander Rick and CRU by guilt of association. Yes, racists have been photographed with a Kekistani and Nazi flag… somewhere. Coincidentally the US flag is also in the image, should we also ban American flags from Arizona State University as well? Perhaps the SJWs in the State Press would approve of this.
CRU contains a diverse student population. We have Muslims, Atheists, Jews, and Christians in our ranks. We have White, Black, Native American, Arab, and Indian members. Joshua Bernard, Vice President of College Republicans United was interviewed by Isaac Windes. Strangely enough, he is barely mentioned in the article. Perhaps it’s because Josh is mixed race and does not fit the narrative that CRU is a secret alt right club for white nationalists.
Now that Isaac Windes has built up hype and outrage against CRU, there will probably be a call for action to notify the Dean of Students, review the code of conduct, take funding away, anything to potentially disenfranchise a successful conservative club at ASU.
Brett Michael Kavanaugh is an attorney and jurist who serves as a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. On July 9th Kavanaugh was nominated by President Trump to replace retiring Associate Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Immediately Democrats dubbed Kavanaugh as an extremist who would likely vote to overturn Roe v Wade, Gay Marriage, and other Progressive causes. Liberals across the country have called on Democrats to delay the process for as long as possible, betting Democrats would retake Congress after the midterms and would have the votes to block Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
On September 16, 2018, Christine Blasey Ford, a professor at Palo Alto University, said Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her when she was 15 and he was 17.
Jeff Flake is one of four Republicans who are on the fence to confirm. Earlier in the week he indicated he can only support Kavanaugh after an FBI investigation. Critics say the FBI will not provide any more information that hasn’t already been discovered by the Senate hearing, that this only serves to further delay the process. Current committee chairman Chuck Grassley invoked Joe Biden by quoting:
‘The next person who refers to an FBI report as being worth anything obviously doesn’t understand anything. The FBI explicitly does not — does not, in this or any other case, reach a conclusion. Period’ – Senator Joe Biden on the Anita Hill hearing 1991.
(Anita Hill accused Clarence Thomas of sexual assault)
On September 28th on Friday, CRU member Jonathan Rigney proposed an emergency protest at Senator Flake’s office to urge Flake to confirm without delay. The protest was held Saturday morning at Jeff Flake’s Phoenix office. At the gathering, participants signed their names on a petition written by CRU President Rick Thomas. A pdf scan of the document and signatures was emailed directly to Flake’s official account at Senator@flake.senate.gov
College Republicans United had a busy Saturday from early in the morning until the late afternoon. Rick, Kevin, Mark, Brett, Josh and Michaella took to the neighborhood of LD28 and canvassed for Maria Syms’ reelection campaign.
By 4pm CRU was joined by Cody, Chase, and Armin for Chips N Salsa radio.
Recently an article was published by the State Press discussing the breakup of the College Republicans. This will serve as our official response to the State Press article.
We previously wrote an extensive post about our history with the College Republicans. If you want the full version check here. When Judah Waxelbaum joined the CRs in the fall of 2017, the club had just gone through a major election and was under new leadership. The newly elected Secretary left to Washington and there was a vacancy in the executive board.
Judah was to be anointed with fan fare designed by the leadership. The President however failed to follow the bylaws of the CRs, either through incompetence or corruption, and a candidate ran against Judah with overwhelming support. When Jennifer realized she didn’t have the votes to secure Judah’s win, she cancelled the election and began a long process fighting against members who would later go on to start College Republicans United.
Judah was quickly made aware of the violations to the bylaws. He was a Freshman, literally his first meeting of the year, he was not qualified to vote or allowed to run. Any sensible person would take a step back, but Judah insisted he was entitled to it. Maybe he grew up with a silver-spoon, maybe he was propped up throughout his time with the Teenage Republicans in High School and believed college would be similar, it’s not clear. Over the next few months Judah definitely grew to resent the founders of College Republicans United and made it his mission to sabotage our club which has gone on to eclipse the CRs.
“But if they’re attacking other republicans, it’s just going to hurt republicans as a whole.” – Judah
Judah at the Paradise Valley Women’s Club told one of our members in attendance, not knowing he was a member of ours, that College Republicans United was an alt-right organization. – Mark Grigoriev
Judah upon learning that College Republicans United was invited to speak on Chips N Salsa Radio, wrote to the host Alice, asking to drop CRU because we are racist, misogynistic, etc. – Alice Lara
During Passport at ASU, we had multiple students asking if we were alt-right after speaking with Judah. – Kevin Decuyper & Josh Bernard
Eric Sloan, candidate for Corporate Commission informed our group that Jen and Judah reached out to him urging not to attend any further meetings because we “we’re not a conservative club”. – Eric Sloan
Fortunately, Kimberly Yee was the only speaker to back out from meeting with our club after speaking with Jennifer and Judah. Since our founding, our club has tried to avoid any and all associations with the CRs. We believe the CRs are a failed group by backing elements within the GOP that are hostile to the Trump agenda. Which leads us to our next point.
Paul Carrese – SCETL
It’s interesting that Paul Carrese (Director of the School of Civic of Economic Thought and Leadership), speaks about republican division and polarization, yet his programs has supported people such as Bill Kristol and George Will. Who are very open about their Never-Trump views, and have demanded a challenger to combat President Trump’s influence within the GOP.
Mr Carrese points out that this climate has made it difficult for never Trumpers such as Senator Jeff Flake (who is also hostile to Trump) to gain ground in this turbulent Era. Yet, Mr Carrese and Judah Waxelbaum have the gall to criticize CRU for not supporting their brand of what constitutes a “Republican”. It further proves CRU’s point, that the CRs are hypocrites who seem to be disregarding their own advice.
After all, it’s interesting to see the director of the SCETL chastise CRU for not supporting and following so called “Traditional Conservatives” who by and large tend to fall into the Neocon camp of so called conservative thought.
Judah talks about division within the Republican party, but his new supposed “Club adviser”, backs him in his hit piece article in the State Press. Both have a history of backing division and strife within the GOP. CRs association with the SCETL should raise warning flags about their dedication to the GOP, and their ‘supposed’ support for President Trump. After all it seems his own backers have made clear where their stances lie at, which doesn’t seem to align with proven support for the President or even the GOP.
The 2018 midterms will be one of the most critical elections in for the GOP, and its results will be felt for the foreseeable future. As it will be a defining moment not only for the MAGA agenda, but for the GOP’s future as well. A agenda which was essential to bringing in new voters in the Rust Belt region, as well as disenfranchised members of the democratic party, and libertarian party, as well as people who were looking for real shake up of the status quo
The State Press wants to portray a party in disarray with crazy Trump supporters on one side, and temperate sane folks on the other. To affirm this take, they quoted Carrese who contrasted the wild eye crazies who think short term with those who understand compromise.
College Republicans United has been approached by dozens of organizations seeking our help during these tumultuous midterm elections. Various candidates, the NRA, Americans for Prosperity, and even the GOP itself have expressed desires for our services. In a perfect world there would be enough young people to do these tasks, it would certainly make a difference in the political realm. Truth is, we’re college students first and we have our own responsibilities to tend to. That’s why we are so thankful to our members who are able to answer the call for important volunteer events.
Recently CRU made a pact with Brigette Maggio & new CRU member Michaella Brassfield who works for the GOP as Field Coordinators who manage canvassing turf operations for the party. On September 15th, The GOP called for a National Day of Action and CRU answered.
CRU formed two teams:
Scottsdale, lead by Michaella Brassfield, Rick Thomas, Kevin Decuyper, Bret Musil, Jonathan Rigney
Chandler, lead by Brigette Maggio, Joshua Bernard, Mark Grigoriev, Chase Smith
– Hundreds of doors knocked – Hundreds of brochures distributed – Countless conversations about Kavanaugh, Trump, McSally, and Ducey with the community.
I cannot thank everyone enough who participated in this event. We canvassed from 8am to noon, and some went further until 6pm. You are the best of College Republicans United! Thank you!
College Republicans have a history of RINO activities
If you want to get an idea of the general membership and their poor leadership decisions, it wasn’t that long ago when the College Republicans set up a chapter in Flagstaff with Bernie Sanders supporters. They found a small group of people who asked to setup a club, and without doing any sort of vetting, gave them the authority to start a College Republican chapter. They were personal friends with the CRs in Tucson and that was good enough for them. You can imagine the problems of a “Republican club supporting a Democratic Socialist” – Kevin Decyper can elaborate that story better.
How College Republicans United started
That might as well be ancient history, so let’s talk about something a bit more recent. In the fall of 2017 there was an opening in the Executive Board for Secretary at ASU. Judah at the time was a Freshman and attended his first ever meeting at ASU. The CR President, Jennifer Custis, unilaterally decided to encourage him to run for this position due to his father’s influence within Jeff Flake’s social circle. Although in violation of the club bylaws, the CR President did everything within her power to prop up Judah. When his opposing candidate secured the majority support of members, the election was outright cancelled.
Judah approached us with tears in his eyes, he didn’t understand why so many opposed him. We responded that it was nothing personal but that he was not qualified according to the rules. Over the next few weeks members were harassed by Jennifer and her clique for opposing Judah and two individuals were banned from the club for their conviction.
Judah was appointed without a vote to fill the role as Secretary and CR members became rightfully enraged. When the faculty adviser, Donald Critchlow, tried to intervene with reasonable compromises, he was later called a ‘mother fucker’ by the CR President Jennifer Custis .
You need to understand the mindset of Jennifer and Judah. On multiple occasions she stated that this was ‘her club’. The club bylaws were obstructive to her goals so she ultimately ignored them. Judah belongs to the establishment RINO clique that has a stranglehold on AZ politics. He was a huge supporter of Jeff Flake up until he dropped out of the race, and then switched his support to Martha McSally. So it was not a shock to the rest of the members when Kelli Ward was banned from speaking at CRs.
Needless to say these events started a chain reaction that eventually led to the creation of College Republicans United. When The CR President was forced to actually have an election, she brought in her sorority ADPI sisters and attempted to stack the vote. Ultimately College Republicans imploded and most left to join College Republicans United the following semester. Austin, Ariff, and Kirkland can expand on how Jennifer labeled them as racists when they ran at the end of Spring in 2018.
Jen says to Judah “I’ve given/gotten you literally two appointed positions what do you have to say for yourself? Literally House Of Cards”
Judah says to Jen “They hate me”
Jen says to Judah “I want them all gone,” (them referring to our side) and that she should “Vote ALL of them out.”
Harassment of CRU members continue
You would think Jennifer and Judah would have been happy to remove the entire Trump, Ward, MAGA members from their RINO club. Unfortunately that’s still not good enough. CR membership during the spring semester was reduced to only 8 active individuals. Judah has held a grudge toward College Republicans United ever since, and has done everything within his power to discredit our club and its members for challenging his entitlement.
Judah & Jennifer got Kimberly Yee to cancel her meeting with us this past spring due to accusations of misogyny and anti-Semitism.
Judah is on record slandering CRU students as ‘alt-right and anti-Semitic’ at the Paradise Valley Women’s Conservative Club. – Mark Grigoriev can vouch for this.
Judah wrote to Alice with Chips N Salsa Radio that CRU was a neonazi club or at best alt-right in attempt to cancel our interview at their radio station.
Judah is a known liar, unethical, and without morals.
Judah lied on Chips and Salsa that ASU was discriminating towards College Republicans for recruiting as an excuse for their poor membership turnout in 2018. When in reality their President for the first half of 2018 never even applied to table and then failed to pay off a $30 fee for a previous trash violation. We have the document proving this. When College Republicans United applied to table, ASU mistook our organization for theirs. Otherwise ASU has never given a problem to College Republicans United, Young Americans for Liberty, Turning Point, or any other conservative club. Judah is known to play the victim when it suits his narrative.
The current CR President, Alexander Phillips claims he wants to be on good terms with College Republicans United. He’s on record to saying he holds no ill will towards us. We agree the right should not be fighting our own when we may agree 70% of the time on any given issue. Our true enemy should be towards those who advocate on behalf of ANTIFA. Yet unknown elements within College Republicans have previously associated with ANTIFA to harass members of CRU. Fake twitter accounts by the name of Kelli Astron & Stacy Jarvis knew some intricate details about the schism and have tagged AZ ANTIFA to identify who removed ANTIFA literature from ASU.
We have no solid evidence linking those accounts to Judah, but it’s interesting that all three of these accounts including Judah’s twitter were deleted on the same day. It’s also interesting looking at the password recovery – Judah, Stacy, and Kelli have the same phone digit numbers associated to the account. Maybe it’s just pure coincidence, that is not for me to decide.
I would like College Republicans United to focus on our own club. We had the opportunity in taking the old CR club room when registering with ASU for the fall, but decided not to do it. We had the opportunity to write to their speakers last semester but figured it would be too petty. We would love to take Alexander Phillips on his offer of civility between our two clubs, but when hostile elements are trying to sabotage our club under his leadership, it’s difficult to achieve his goals. Alex needs to step up or he’s complicit in Judah’s behavior.
March for our rights is a pro-second amendment, non-profit organization, which hosted rallies in 13 cities across the country. College Republicans United was invited to speak, Kevin Decuyper, Rick Thomas, and Mark Grigoriev spoke along with various other conservatives. AZCentral interviewed CRU here.
Tempe Secretary Darian and West Vice President Tony had a Political Debate covering different issues hosted and moderated by President Rick of CRU at 7:30 PM (Pacific Time).
The issues discussed covered Tony’s support of Cory Booker and why he would be the best choice for the Democratic Party against Donald Trump, Eminent Domain, Healthcare, Free Market Healthcare, Gun Control, and President Trump’s proposed Wall