WSRP on Liberal Protest Agenda

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I am concerned with how threatening liberal tactics have become. They have the right to protest, but In an email to their mailing list, the WSRP laid out the problem quite clearly:

Democrats are planning an all out effort of mayhem and disruption to undermine the results of the 2016 elections.  They’ve put together a training handbook for protestors with detailed instructions to harass and intimidate. They are targeting Republican members of Congress for defeat in 2018.

The WSRP is shining a light on the Democrats’ hypocrisy and we’ve posted their manual on our website.  We want you to know what the American people are up against.  To view the protesters’ training handbook, click here.

The handbook is deceptively entitled “Indivisible,” but the Democrats’ plan is just the opposite – their modus operandi is dividing the American people.  The handbook bears the names of former Democrat congressional staffers, but is clearly the work of hard core agitators who have taken Alinksy’s “Rules for Radicals” to new levels of disruption against the democratic process.

The New York Post reports:

“An Obama-tied activist group training tens of thousands of agitators to protest President Trump’s policies plans to hit Republican lawmakers supporting those policies even harder this week, when they return home for the congressional recess and hold town hall meetings and other functions.

“Organizing for Action, a group founded by former President Barack Obama and featured prominently on his new post-presidency website, is distributing a training manual to anti-Trump activists that advises them to bully GOP lawmakers into backing off support for repealing ObamaCare, curbing immigration from high-risk Islamic nations and building a border wall….”

This effort is a disrespectful slap in the face of the American people.   Donald Trump is the duly-elected president.  And the GOP members of our state’s congressional delegation – Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Dave Reichert, Jaime Herrera Beutler, and Dan Newhouse – were all re-elected by huge margins, defeating Democrat candidates who supported Obamacare and the rest of the progressive agenda.

The New York Post article continues:

“These aren’t typical Black Lives Matter or Occupy Wall Street marchers, but rather professionally trained organizers who go through a six-week training program similar to the training — steeped in Alinsky agitation tactics — Obama received in Chicago when he was a community organizer….”

The Democrats hope to force their progressive agenda through with their tactics of intimidation, but together we can block their plan. Show your support for our Republican members of Congress – call their offices and tell them to stand strong against the Democrats.  Here are the numbers to call:

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers: (509) 684-3481
Rep. Dave Reichert: (425) 677-7414
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler: (360) 695-6292
Rep. Dan Newhouse: (509) 452-3243


Susan Hutchison
Chairman, Washington State Republican Party

Cindy Carter on State Committee Meeting Jan 28th

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Report to the Republicans of San Juan County from the State Committee Meeting in Ellensburg on Jan. 28th, 2017 from your State Committee Woman, Cindy Carter.

I have great joy in announcing that there should be no water shortage this year, as the snow pack is massive and even Ellensburg has over one foot of snow on the level all over the plains. It was amazing to see all of the snow.

Following a very informative meeting on fundraising, we joined others from Whatcom County, Skagit County and Island County to elect representatives to the Executive State Board from Legislative District 5. We elected Sandi Peterson from Island County and Larry Helm from Whatcom County to represent us for the next two years as our Executive Board members. We also set up the 3rd Thur. in March at the Farmhouse Inn at 11:30 to keep our Legislative District more informed about possible candidates for our District.

We were treated to a luncheon that Susan Hutchinson, Chairman of the WSRP for the past two years, mc’d for. She allowed people who had attended the Inauguration to speak about their experiences. A few commented on how rude the protestors were, shoving a man’s 8 month pregnant wife and trying not to allow blacks or Hispanics or Native Americans to enter….they said you could see the hate in their eyes.

They also commented on how early they had to be at the proceedings, and the time it took to get through security. They sat in many different sections but one thing they all commented on was the roar that started from the back chanting USA! USA! USA!

They said it sounded like thunder rolling in from the back. This was during Sen. Schumer’s speech. They were also quite choked up during President Trump’s Inauguration Speech, saying that several times, they were moved to chills and tears. What a joy to have been there!!!

We proceeded to re-elect Susan Hutchinson to another two year term by unanimous voice vote. She accepted to a standing ovation.

The bylaws passed not unanimously, but again, with an easy majority voice vote. Some amendments were voted down as not having been vetted properly before the meeting.

A close vote took place for Vice Chairman, with Grant Peterson from Stevens County being the choice of the majority. He will be a great energy for the Executive Board.

We met a lot of Republicans from across the state, and it was great to see a mixture of many long time participants with a large infusion of new younger people. I look forward to attending the next meeting on your behalf.


Cindy Carter, SJCRP SCW

Susan Hutchison, WSRP Chairman on MLK Day

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In an email today to the Republican Party, Chairman Susan Hutchison said:

“Today we honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his leadership in the fight for “liberty and justice for all.”  Our nation has made significant progress over the years, thanks to Dr. King’s central role in the civil rights movement in the 1960s which is still alive today.

At the 1983 signing ceremony for the law honoring Dr. King’s birthday as a Federal holiday, President Ronald Reagan said:

“In his own life’s example, he symbolized what was right about America, what was noblest and best, what human beings have pursued since the beginning of history. He loved unconditionally. He was in constant pursuit of truth, and when he discovered it, he embraced it. His nonviolent campaigns brought about redemption, reconciliation, and justice….”

May all Americans be united today in remembering Dr. King and our nation’s ideals of liberty and justice for all.


Susan Hutchison
Chairman, Washington State Republican Party”