Amy McGrath

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Amy McGrath

Born June 3, 1975
Cincinnati, Ohio
Political party Independent (before 2017)
Democrat (2017 – present)
Spouse(s) Erik Henderson
Children Three
Alma mater United States Naval Academy
Military Service
Allegiance United States
Service/branch United States Marine Corps
Years of service 1997 – 2007
Rank Lieutenant Colonel
Awards Meritorious Service Medal
Navy Achievement Medal
Presidential Unit Citation

Amy Melinda McGrath (born June 3, 1975) is a U.S. combat Marine veteran and far-left Democrat currently running to attempt unseating establishment Republican senator Mitch McConnell. She previously failed in a run for U.S. House of Representatives in 2018 during a blue wave year.

2018 U.S. House election in Kentucky's 6th district

McGrath ran for United States House of Representatives in 2018 to attempt unseating Republican Andy Barr, ultimately losing by a margin of just over 3% of the vote.[1]

2020 U.S. Senate campaign

Currently running for United States Senate to unseat RINO Mitch McConnell, McGrath is endorsed by the Democrat establishment.[2] She is known for her inconsistent views over Brett Kavanaugh amidst the 2018 smear[3] in addition to having been issued a cease and desist letter over exploiting the sufferings of coal miners to attack Mitch McConnell in an ad.[4] The left-wing site The Intercept ran an article in July 2019 with a headline asserting McGrath to be “Everything Wrong with the Democratic Party.”[5] In addition, it is important to note that McGrath has consistently out-raised her incumbent opponent McConnell,[6] as Moscow Mitch Syndrome-consumed leftists have poured millions into her campaign in an attempt to oust the senator who's a self-described “Grim reaper” of far-left legislation.[7]

In early August, McGrath's campaign released an ad claiming that "Mitch made millions from China", which was given a "Three Pinocchios" rating by the left-wing Washington Post for the false claim;[8] much of McConnell's wealth came via marriage to Elaine Chao.

It was reported by the Washington Free Beacon on August 11, 2020 that McGrath had missed property tax payments on a Virginia home six times over a period of five years.[9]

McGrath held a campaign rally in August 2020 at a war memorial despite such being prohibited there.[10]

Phony “moderate”

Despite phony claims of being a supposed “moderate[11] that the liberal biased-Wikipedia has purported,[12] McGrath is a far-leftist who ridiculously compared Donald Trump's 2016 election to 9/11,[13] who said that a southern border wall is “stupid”,[14] and who described herself as “more progressive, than anyone in the state of Kentucky.”[15] As reported by Project Veritas, a staffer for the Senate candidate admitted to dodging talk with voters over specific policy.[16]

References

  1. Kentucky’s Sixth House District Election Results: Andy Barr vs. Amy McGrath
  2. DSCC endorses McGrath in race against McConnell
  3. 48 hours in, Amy McGrath has already flip-flopped on Brett Kavanaugh ... again
  4. Kentucky miners issue a cease and desist letter to Amy McGrath for using them in a TV ad
  5. Amy McGrath Is Challenging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. She’s Everything Wrong With the Democratic Party.
  6. McGrath outraises McConnell in first quarter
  7. McConnell vows to be 'grim reaper' of socialist Dem proposals
  8. WaPo Knocks McGrath for ‘Grossly Misleading’ Attack on McConnell
  9. Amy McGrath Habitually Failed to Pay Property Taxes
  10. War Memorial Blasts Amy McGrath for ‘Prohibited’ Campaign Rally
  11. Multiple references:
  12. Amy McGrath - Wikipedia
  13. Multiple references:
  14. New Ads In KY-06: Amy McGrath Is The Resistance’s Candidate
  15. ‘I am more progressive...’ McGrath statement at fundraiser featured in Barr attack ad
  16. O’Keefe Strikes Again! Staffer For Dem Running Against Mitch McConnell Admits Campaign Deceives Trump Voters in Kentucky by “Not Talking About Specific Policy” (VIDEO)

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