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Watch: Kelly Tshibaka's Full Speech at Save America, Trump Rally in Anchorage, Alaska


Kelly Tshibaka
Kelly Tshibaka (Image Source- Facebook)

Kelly Tshibaka's Full speech at Save America Rally in Anchorage, Alaska on July 8th, 2022. Kelly is a Republican running for U.S. Senate Race in Alaska. 

Kelly in her Alaska Rally joined by former Governor Sarah Palin, who is running against Nick Begich from GOP and Democrat Mary Peltola in the special election to fill the remainder of late Congressman Don Young’s term. Both Kelly and Sarah Palin were endorsed by former US President Donald Trump and are holding a political rally tonight at Alaska Airlines Center.

Kelly Tshibaka, who previously served as the commissioner of the Alaska Department of Administration under Mike Dunleavy, is running to the right of moderate Republican incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski. 

Kelly is married to Niki Tshibaka (Kelly Tshibaka's husband) and has five children in her family. Also, she is a conservative and she will make government work for the people, instead of working against us. She is pro-life, pro 2nd Amendment, and pro-America first, always. 

This US Senate race is scheduled for August 16, 2022. Tshibaka trashes the Biden administration during a Trump-led campaign event in Anchorage. Do watch her speech here:

I am proud to be endorsed by President Donald Trump and the Alaska Republican Party, as well as countless leaders and citizens in Alaska. 

It will be my honor to represent Alaska in the U.S. Senate, and I will never forget the Alaskans who sent me there. It’s time for a change, said Kelly in her Campaign rally in Alaska

We have also interacted with many patriots after this rally upon asking about this event one of them said:

We spent the day yesterday with the crowd of 6,000 screaming conservatives. The energy and excitement in the arena and even in the lines outside were just amazing. We all shared the same values, we all want a strong independent America, a strong independent Alaska, and a strong independent family, these are my people! 

President Trump, Sarah Palin, and Kelly Tshibaka share these same values and want all of us to have the liberty to enjoy life to the fullest.

 As I looked around the room I thought,  where's Nick Begich? he wasn't there because those aren't his people, he doesn't share any of that with us. And those 6,000 hardcore conservatives don't want anything to do with him either. He just wants to be a politician. He is so excited for the chance to get his hand in that Washington DC, enriching cookie jar that he will say anything to get there and these people, my people know this.

Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, and Kelly Tshibaka don't want to be politicians, they want to represent the people, my people. So we can keep our rights to pursue the American dream. Yes, these are my people, a Trump patriot told us at Alaska Rally.



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