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John Podesta’s Trojan Horse with Nate Cain

Updated: May 8

Today, The Two Mikes again spoke with Nate Cain, a Republican candidate for a U.S. congressional seat in the northern panhandle district of West Virginia.

During his campaign, Mr. Cain has clocked nearly 70,000 miles on his car and says that he has been greeted all across his district with enthusiasm from an electorate that is sick to death of corruption in the state and national political systems.

He also noted that that his candidacy has been ignored by much of the state's media, which seems to be under the thump of certain wealthy families, such as that of Mr. Cain's opponent -- a man named Riley Moore --who has been exposed as a former Vice-President of a lobbying group called The Podesta Group, which is headed by Hillary Clinton's lickspittle John Podesta.

Moore also was registered as a lobbyist for foreign countries. He also has been a longtime employee on Capitol Hill, working closely with former and now-deposed Republican Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, and has an aunt who is a well-known RINO Republican U.S. Senator from West Virginia.

By and large, though, Mr. Cain said that the West Virginia media are ignoring Riley Moore's checkered background, which is an odd resume for a man who is loudly proclaiming that he is a former welder and grassroots conservative Republican. (NB: The Two Mikes should note that we were slicked by Riley Moore when he was the West Virginia treasurer. He was our guest on 4 or 5 occasions posing as a grassroots conservative, but never mentioned his long record of working and cooperating with the swamp known on Capitol Hill.)

Mr. Cain also noted that he continues to work hard to inform West Virginians that the large battery-making factory planned for the congressional district in which he is running, may pose a significant environmental threat to the northern part of the state and the rivers therein. Oddly, the team bringing the plant into the state received an environmental waiver from the U.S. Congress before the first brick was laid. This project, moreover, was brought to West Virginia by John Podesta and a group of investors that includes Mark Zuckerburg, George Soros, the Blackrock Company, Bill Gates, and Jeff Bezos. And, oh yes, Riley Moore voted for a $115million grant to this project from the West Virginia government.


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