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Kathy Barnette for U.S. Senate Comes to Harrisburg City

Seeking to be First Black Female to Hold That Office

From Left to Right: Edel Santana, Caroline Albino-Cruz, Kathy Barnette, and Sheila Perez-Smith

On Saturday, June 12, 2021, the Republican National Hispanic Assembly hosted a candidate spotlight for Kathy Barnette, candidate for U.S. Senate, at the Bilingual Christian Church located at 121 South 13th Street in Harrisburg City. Kathy seeks to become the first Black Republican woman elected to the U.S. Senate in 2022.

The lineup of speakers included words from Edel Santana, Dauphin County Chairman, and Sheila Perez-Smith, Cumberland County Chairman, and the Commonwealth of PA, both proud Puerto Ricans fighting for their families, freedoms, and values. Santana believes the way to fight is to vote. Perez-Smith notes that before the election, there was no Hispanic assembly for Hispanic conservatives. She says they are here to make a difference differently than in the past. As she introduced Kathy Barnette, she explained that Kathy would speak for us, “it’s enough,” and also quoted it in Spanish “ja basta ya.”

During Kathy Barnette’s speech, she spoke about the troubles facing America, the mistakes of the past, critical race theory, yet in the end determining the United States of America is the greatest country in the world; there is no close second.

Kathy stated, “I am not a slave, my parents aren’t slaves, my grand-parents are not slaves, my children are not

Kathy Barnette speaking assited with a spanish translator

slaves. Slavery runs through my veins. I am Black! I know that Black people know how to get an ID. That is racist to believe that we are the only people who do not know how to get an ID.”

Kathy Barnette’s resume touts that she is an Army veteran, homeschool mom, a political commentator for Fox and Friends and other news outlets. According to Kathy’s website, she is the author of “Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America.” This book explains why liberal policies have failed the black community time and time again and will fail the larger American community as Democrats rush to the party’s hard Left. Lastly, she was an adjunct professor of corporate finance.

For more information about Kathy Barnette go to www.barnetteforsenate.com

 

 

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