The Rise of Republican Voters is HERE

 Conservative activist Scott Presler, known to Twitter as #ThePersistence is a brand ambassador for the Political Action Campaign RisePAC. RisePAC is focusing on tapping into the ‘silent majority’ of conservative voters out thereby driving new voter registration and education and “raising election awareness & voter enthusiasm. In a startling release on July 7th Pressler announced that despite the efforts of Democrats and their mainstream media allies Republicans added 13,421 voters to the rolls in Florida and are closing the voter registration gap!

He wrote in a tweet,

“I HAVE GREAT NEWS! In Florida, as of May 31, 2021, democrats only have a lead of 76,284 over Republicans in voter reg. At end of Apr., Democrats had a lead of 89,705. Republicans added 13,421 voters in 1 month! Anyone who says we’re losing voters is lying through their teeth. If you live in Florida & need to register to vote at your current address — or change your party — you may do so here: registertovoteflorida.gov/home

Who Are Scott Presler And Rise PAC?

Scott Presler is a 33-year-old conservative activist with a massive Twitter following. Presler made waves back in 2019 when President Trump pointed out the squalor of Baltimore, MD not far from his North Virginia home calling it a “disgusting, rat and rodent-infested mess” that “no human being” would choose to live in.

Presler Told FoxNews,

“President Trump inspired me to start cleaning up America,” Presler told Fox News. “I saw how everyone on Twitter was kind of pointing the finger, they were blaming and scapegoating, and everybody was talking about the problem but nobody was coming up with a solution.”

That moment was a watershed for the America-First movement. Scott continued, “We had 200 volunteers clean up 12 tons of trash over 12 hours from the most dangerous street in West Baltimore,” he said. “That was definitely one of the moments that changed my life.” The event was such a runaway hit that he began touring the nation leading cleanups in dozens of cities.

“The trash that I found, the amount of needles, the amount of homeless… the biggest reason why I’m doing this is I just want people to understand that we need to put America first,” he said. “We need to take care of our people. We have 50,000 homeless veterans and 500,000 homeless Americans. I think it’s wrong that we don’t prioritize the needs of our American citizens first.”

Fox wrote that, “Presler, the son of a retired Navy captain, first decided to get involved with Republican activism when he became upset while watching Barack Obama get reelected in 2012. He watched the election night results and blamed himself for not helping register voters, making phone calls or doing whatever he could to help get a Republican back into the White House.”

“I credit President Obama with helping to make me into a community organizer because he made me point a finger back at myself, and ask, ‘What are you doing to help your country?’” Presler said.

The rest as they say is history, even Newsweek had to note that Presler is a “rising star” among what the mainstream derisively call “MAGA Influencers” alongside the likes of Radio Host Dan Bongino, Congresswomen Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Bobert, Congressmen Josh Hawley and Matt Gaetz and Steven Crowder, host of Louder With Crowder. The Ad-Hoc community influencer turned Twitter sensation and conservative icon finds himself in good company.

What’s Next For Presler and Rise PAC?

Presler has announced that he and the RisePAC team will be visiting six cities in July in South Carolina and Florida. If the initial returns in the sunshine state are any indication then Presler’s efforts are likely to prove fruitful.

Meanwhile in Arizona for example Secretary of State Voter Registration rolls from January-April 2021 show BOTH parties badly hemorrhaging voters with nearly 28,000 voters fleeing from the Democrat, Republican, AND Libertarian parties and registering as ‘Other’ (Arizona’s listing for Independent). Presler visited Phoenix on March 20th and spoke to the We The People Alliance , he came back again in June. Over the next few months we’ll be able to gauge the impact that RisePAC is having in Arizona as well.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Article

John Kerry Needs to Answer These Questions

Next Article

Obama Reveals His 'SINISTER' Plan

Related Posts