Update on Redistricting Scheme
Recently, I reported that the Republican Establishment is plotting to use redistricting to oust the most conservative, most pro-life legislators in Indiana—Rep. Curt Nisly and Rep. John Jacob.
I urged you to call the chair of the redistricting committee, Rep. Tim Wesco, as well as House Speaker Todd Huston to ask if they are conspiring against pro-life Representatives to redistrict them out of the Statehouse.
And call you did!
With their scheme exposed, members of the Political Class are frantically trying to cover their tracks by assuring voters there is no such plot.
It’s not a surprising response.
After all, it would be very much unlike a politician to admit to a slimy scheme and apologize for being a snake in the grass.
It’s very much like a politician to assume you’ll trust they’re telling the truth.
But we know better than that.
For years, Establishment Republicans have campaigned as pro-life, and yet, while in office, they REFUSE to end abortion.
Babies die every day at the hand of Indiana abortionists, and our “pro-life” Republican majority in Indiana continues to keep legalized child killing on the books.
If they are not upfront with you regarding their pro-life stance, it would be no chip off their shoulder to cover up a back-room scheme to purge true conservatives from the Statehouse.
While they are publicly pretending to listen to voter input regarding where to draw district lines, the Establishment is privately working up the maps they really want to use.
And they haven’t abandoned their plot against Rep. Nisly and Rep. Jacob.
You see, in filing the Protection of Life bill, Nisly and Jacob forced a conversation about abortion the Establishment didn’t want to have.
Thanks to Nisly’s and Jacob’s amendments Republicans are now on the record with votes which expose how they really feel about abortion, as well as other issues.
The RINOs in Indy don’t want Nisly and Jacob’s strong conservative stance to make them look bad any longer, so they’ve resorted to secret plans to just get rid of them.
There are only two bills left from the 2021 session which haven’t been declared dead or passed yet, both authored by Rep. Greg Steuerwald.
Since no other new bills can be authored, and since the redistricting must be done this year, it means redistricting legislation will be added to one of these bills.
That’s why Rep. Greg Steuerwald needs to hear from you today. Call him and ask if he is also conspiring against pro-life Representatives to redistrict them out of the Statehouse.
Stuerwald’s number is 317-232-9850.
Ask if he’s even willing to let a conservative district go to pro-abort Democrats just to get rid of a pro-life Republican. Let him know you expect him to join Rep. Nisly and Rep. Jacob in fighting to end abortion.
Even if Steuerwald won’t admit to plotting against pro-life Representatives, he will know we are aware of what they’re planning to do.
And if enough of us speak up, the Establishment will have no other choice but to reverse course.
So call Rep. Steuerwald today at 317-232-9850.
After that, text MAPS to 260-693-7334 so I can update you on redistricting developments.
Thanks so much for your support, and thank you for making that call!
Let me know what Rep. Steuerwald has to say.
Hoosiers for Life
P.S. The Republican Establishment is still plotting to use redistricting to shove pro-life heroes Rep. Curt Nisly and Rep. Jacob out of the Indiana Statehouse.
The new map legislation will be added to one of the only two bills left, both authored by Rep. Greg Steuerwald.
Please call Rep. Steuerwald and ask if he is in on the scheme to redraw district lines in order to get rid of pro-life Republican legislators.
Stuerwald's number is 317-232-9850.
Let him know he should NOT be conspiring against conservative legislators but that he should be like them instead.
Tell him you would like him to fight for the rights of ALL unborn babies, just like Rep. Nisly and Rep. Jacob.
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