Thomas Massie Wins Republican Primary for the U.S. House

The night of May 17, 2020 was great for liberty conservatives.

Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie won the Republican primary for Kentucky’s 4th Congressional district with 75% of the vote.

Massie was first elected to Congress in 2012, following the Ron Paul Revolution that took place during former Congressman Ron Paul’s presidential runs in 2008 and 2012. The Kentucky Congressman has assumed the mantle of “Mr. No” and has been one of the most consistent opponents of big government legislation. 

Massie’s re-election was a well-deserved reward for his constant devotion to limited government, non-interventionism, and sound money. 

Trending: Tensions are Rising as Ukraine and Russia are Building Up Troops Close to Donbass

Thomas Massie has been especially clutch during the Russia-Ukraine conflict through his votes against sanctions, military aid, and other measures designed to bleed out Russia in a proxy war that the Collective West is waging against it. 

Now, Massie will face off against Democrat Matthew Lehman in the November 8, 2022 general election.

Massie should cruise to victory in the midterms. America is blessed to have such a passionate liberty conservative in Thomas Massie in office. Massie should use his enviable political position to get other liberty conservatives elected at the federal and state level.

In the fight to restore liberty in America, we’ll need all the help we can get.