NH Needs ‘An Outsider Who’s Not Bought and Paid For’
New Hampshire Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate and former U.S. Army General Don Borduk slammed Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) in an interview with Breitbart News, saying New Hampshire voters should support him because He was “an outsider who wasn’t bought off” and paid for it. “
Breitbart News Saturday In an interview, host Matthew Boyle asked Borduk about his thoughts on the Senate Democrats’ latest settlement bill, the Reducing Inflation Act of 2022.
Borduk told Boyle, “We’ve seen this movie before and it never ended well and it didn’t end well.”
“And we have a Biden administration, with the full support of Senator Hassan, voting for what almost 100% of the time? Undermining our energy independence, creating inflation, making our borders insecure, making Granite states and Americans are losing millions and billions of dollars,” Bolduc said. “It’s totally irresponsible, they’re weak, incompetent, dangerous and very expensive.”
Stopping excessive government spending is a priority for Bolduc, who launched the “Strongly Against Spending Caucus”.
He criticized Hassan as part of a system that makes life unbearable for most Americans.
“Maggie Hassan was a state senator, governor for the past 40 years and now has five and a half miserable years in the Granite State government,” he said. “She’s doing nothing but expanding government, raising taxes, and her spending is very irresponsible, even though she claims it isn’t.”
Borduk distinguishes himself from his opponents by touting his status as an outsider candidate who has not been bought and paid for by big money organizations.
“I’m the right candidate because, one, I’m an outsider. I’m not buying and paying for the entire agency,” Bolduc said.
Bolduc also highlighted the policies he plans to advocate for if elected to the Senate this fall.
I’m not going there to work for any senator, I’m not going there to work for any political party, even though I’m a Republican, I’m going to work for the Granite State and the American people to do the right common sense thing, let our The economy is back where it needs to be because we are weak, and it only takes common sense to reverse energy policy and reverse border policy.
“You need an outsider with common sense, no fees to be bought and paid, I don’t take money from big pharma, big education, big healthcare, big tech. So I’m going to be an independent consultant there. Congressman,” Bolduc said. “That’s how I work because I’m not going to have them waiting for me in my office until I’m sworn in.”
Bolduc discusses his experience in the military, where he served 36 years in the U.S. military and made 10 visits to Afghanistan and Africa.
Borduk attended basic military training less than two weeks after graduating from high school and went from the bottom “all the way to generals in Afghanistan and Africa.”
You know, from private to sergeant, I was a soldier in the 4th ID and the 82nd Airborne. I gritted my teeth from the bottom up there and decided to go to college. This is through the Massachusetts National Guard’s Green to Gold program. And, you know, from enlistment to Lieutenant Green to gold. Gold bars were put into use in 1988. Within two years, I passed the Special Forces selection. I started taking Q courses.
Borduk said the 72 soldiers he lost in service were his “reason for serving every day.”
While serving in the military, Borduk told those above him “what they need to hear, not what they want to hear”.
He also talked about how to stand up to former President Barack Obama’s former chief of staff Dennis McDonough when the administration changed its strategy in Afghanistan.
“I told him, I said, hey, you change tack now, you’re never going to get Afghanistan back. Of course, that’s exactly what happened after Biden became president,” Borduk said.
Speaking on foreign policy, Borduk referred to President Joe Biden’s recent killing of terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri, in conjunction with former President Donald Trump’s killing of Iranian President Qassem Sulei Manny’s “big killer” can’t be compared.
“So this guy has a huge impact on this, but he’s relatively ineffective. You know, he’s not the Trump administration’s big killer against Iran,” Borduk said. “Oh, you know how many times we wanted to do that? Yeah, but we couldn’t. And then, you know, Trump came in and said, hey, we gotta get rid of this guy. And boom, we got rid of them.
Borduk said the corporate media news surrounding Zawahiri’s killing “is just a flurry of executive and executive propaganda from the National Security Council’s misinformation coordinator, Admiral Kirby.”
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