Trump Ally Gives Answer on If He’ll Run Against GOP Rep. Who Voted Against Impeaching Mayorkas

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Political strategist and Trump ally Alex Bruesewitz said Wednesday that he is seriously considering waging a primary challenge against Republican Rep. Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin in response to Gallagher’s vote against impeaching Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

Impeachment failed on a 214-216 vote, with Gallagher joined by Republican Reps. Tom McClintock of California, Ken Buck of Colorado and Blake Moore of Utah. Moore later said his vote was cast in part to smooth the process for the vote to be reconsidered.

Gallagher was criticized for his vote.

“Mike Gallagher’s political career should be over. We will work with the patriots in Wisconsin’s 8th district to primary him. Just like Lankford, we have no room for these people who cover for traitors like Mayorkas,” Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA posted on X.  Kirk’s post references Republican Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma, who was one of the Senate Republicans who had a hand in negotiating a border security bill Republicans have rejected.

Bruesewitz, who joined in the criticism, said in a post on X that he may step up.

“I’m sure many of you have seen the reports that I am considering running for Congress in my home state of Wisconsin against @RepGallagher,” he wrote.

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