Leora Levy, a Cuban-Jewish-American, running as Connecticut’s Republican candidate for U.S. Senate

From our Bureau of Politicians Who Understand the Evils of Socialism and Wokeness

Leora Levy (nee Leora Mariana Rosenberg) has just won the Republican primary in Connecticut –against a party-backed candidate — and now faces an uphill battle for a seat in the U.S. Senate in one of the bluest of blue states. She was born in Havana in 1957 and came to the U.S. as a child when her family fled from the Castro regime. Leora Levy is fluent in Spanish. Her mother and grandparents fled Lithuania in 1940.

Well, get ready, this senate race is going to get ugly, for sure, given the high stakes of this midterm election and the extreme polarization that is gripping the U.S.. Leora is running against liberal senior senator Richard Blumenthal, the richest member of the U.S. Senate (worth $100 million). Connecticut is a rabidly blue state and Blumenthal, who previously served as the state’s Attorney General, is very popular.

The Washington Post and many other news outlets have already dubbed her “The Trump-backed candidate,” others are calling her “The MAGA candidate,” which in the lingo of the liberal news media is a way of calling her a “right-wing” lunatic.

But if Leora wins and all other ten Cuban-American representatives and senators remain or return to Washington, Cubans will have broken some sort of record for the highest percentage of top lawmakers per capita in the U.S.. The number of Cubans in the U.S. is only two million. The total population of the U.S. is 330 million. This means that an immigrant group with less than 1 percent (.006, to be exact) of the population will have 11 seats in congress. Amazing.

From Breitbart:

A Connecticut Republican challenging Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) in this year’s midterms made the case for flipping a Senate seat in the Democrat stronghold during an interview on Breitbart News Saturday.

Leora Levy, a Cuban American and former commodity trader, pointed to what she described as Blumenthal’s “challenge” with being truthful, as well as his “rubber stamp” on President Joe Biden’s agenda, as reasons she believes Blumenthal could lose his seat.

“We have a great opportunity in Connecticut this cycle,” Levy said. “The same issues that are driving this election nationally are driving it in Connecticut,” Levy added, citing crippling inflation, an “invasion at our border,” and the “socialist green dream.”

“I escaped communism as a child with my family. We came here with nothing. I have lived an American dream, and I want that opportunity for everybody,” Levy said. “But what’s happening now is the policies of the Biden administration — rubberstamped by Dick Blumenthal — are crushing every Connecticut family’s American dream in favor of their socialist green dreams, so that’s why we have a great opportunity here to win this Senate seat for the Republicans, and I will be the reliable, conservative Republican, the 51st Republican vote.”

In addition to Blumenthal voting in lockstep with the Biden agenda — 98.1 percent of the time, according to FiveThirtyEight — Levy pointed to past instances where the 76-year-old Democrat has been caught misleading the public.

1 thought on “Leora Levy, a Cuban-Jewish-American, running as Connecticut’s Republican candidate for U.S. Senate”

  1. She could be black, lesbian or transgender and the usual suspects would still trash her. Still, Blumenthal sounds as if he’s a shoo-in, so they shouldn’t even be paying attention to Levy. I expect they’re being “triggered” by a Jew who’s not a Dem.

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