Democrat Sen. Heidi Heitkamp was recently exposed by Project Veritas for trying to pull a bait and switch on North Dakota voters.
The recent undercover video released by Project Veritas shows that the Democrat is nothing but a con artist who is trying to make North Dakota voters believe she is on board for moderate and conservative-leaning issues such as immigration, securing the country’s southern border, tax cuts, U.S. Supreme Court justices, and the economy. In reality, Sen. Heitkamp plans to shift to the extreme left and get in lockstep with Democrat leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi should liberals win a majority in Congress.
The viral trending undercover video features some of Sen. Heitkamp’s closest campaign allies as they speak candidly about the Democrat’s intentions.
“It’s an election year for her. She’s being careful about pissing people off. And it’s funny, she said basically, like after the election, if and when she gets elected she’s going to be super liberal,” Sen. Heitkamp’s digital director Jesse Overton states on the video. “Yeah, because she doesn’t want to run again. She doesn’t want to be in the Senate for life. Yeah, she jokes about it.”
Several workers at the Democrat’s Fargo campaign headquarters confessed that they routinely stage the facility to give news media the indication the candidate was in tune with North Dakota voters. In an effort to show Sen. Heitkamp was not associated with the failed economic policies of the previous administration, staffers would remove posters of former Pres. Obama. Once the media left, they would put the image of Sen. Heitkamp’s liberal hero back up.
On the Project Veritas video, staffers speak about the reasoning Heitkamp has them take down Obama’s poster.
“It’s because the press was here,” campaign staffer Hallie Skripak-Gordon reportedly says on the video. “When Trump was here. The day that Trump was… we had the press in here because we had a lot of volunteers. We take it down when the press comes.”
Staffers openly speak about Heitkamp pretending to not be a far-left Democrat to North Dakota voters because “it doesn’t poll well out here.” Campaign insiders also openly talked about Heitkamp opposing building a wall along the southern border.
“I think that if we had a Democratic Senate, she would vote for more policies that you see more Democrats support,” staff assistant Prescott Robinson reportedly said. “If there’s a blue wave in November, I am sure that her voting record will shift a lot and will shift away from the president’s campaign.”
Robinson goes on to open up about what Heitkamp would do should Democrats regain control of the Senate following the mid-term elections.
“Because then, the people that are controlling the bills going on the floor, like if the Democrats take the Senate, and Chuck Schumer is the one introducing bills,” Robinson reportedly says. “You’re gonna have, honestly, Trump voting opposing all of those bills just because he’s a d@#k. And then, but she’ll be able to support those bills.”
But in the case of the embroiled Sen. Heitkamp who ranks among the most vulnerable Democrats in the mid-terms, her staff makes it clear that she has been running an ongoing con game on North Dakota residents. She continues to fake a moderate position and promote an ability to work with Pres. Trump on the America First agenda that has revitalized the American economy. According to staff members close to her, such as Robinson, it’s nothing but a shell game.
“And what she wanted to do, partially because Trump won this state by 20 points and she doesn’t want to be like no I’m going to say no against all of his policies. Especially because immigration is something that just hammers home,” Robinson reportedly says in the undercover video. “She was like I’m gonna hold off, for the moment.”
Heitkamp reportedly trails Republican U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer for the Senate seat by 16 points. Since tipping her hand by joining fellow Democrats that hurled uncorroborated allegations at now U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Restoring the integrity of the high court remains a key interest for North Dakota voters, and Heitkamp favors slanting it to the far left. The liberal Heitkamp was apparently pulling the wool over North Dakota voters’ eyes, but the jig is up.
~ Conservative Zone