On Thursday, failed ex-Rep. Xochitl Torres Small, a far-left extremist former member of the House of Representatives, announced she is joining a political action committee called “Shield PAC,” which aims to help vulnerable Democrat incumbents in Congress and pick up seats in the 2022 midterms.
According to the Washington Post, the PAC will try to “inoculate their most vulnerable incumbents from the type of attacks that proved so effective in 2020, when they lost seats in the House.”
The PAC will help people like vulnerable Rep. Conor Lamb (D-PA), another far-left member of the House, who claims to be “moderate,” despite his abysmal voting record of voting with socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) nearly 90% of the time. He votes with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) over 93% of the time, according to ProPublica.
Shield PAC aims to “shield” these so-called “moderate” Democrats from supposed “false” attacks by Republicans branding leftist extremists like Lamb and ex-Rep. Torres Small as “radicals, using politically toxic positions they don’t hold.”
According to the PAC website, it claims that if these Democrats don’t keep their seats, “the seditionist, Trump-loving GOP will take over the House.” These extreme attacks from a supposed “moderate” Democrat PAC show that these calls for moderation appear to be merely smoke and mirrors.
Torres Small wrote on her Twitter, “Honesty and facts matter. That’s why I’m proud to help launch Shield PAC, an effort to support House moderates by telling the truth about their work and defending against partisan lies.”
The announcement comes after a bitter race between her and current Congresswoman Yvette Herrell, who had a resounding victory over Torres Small in 2020 following many instances of fraud in the 2018 race where Herrell supposedly “lost” due to late-night statistically impossible Democrat-heavy absentee ballot dumps in Doña Ana County.
Torres Small supported socialist taxpayer-funded “free” college, amnesty for criminal aliens, New Mexico’s “mini” Green New Deal, and bills that would put men in women’s bathrooms. When I asked her directly to address her refusal to support a bill giving basic medical care for babies born alive after botched abortions, she stood by her infanticide stance. Torres Small also voted to impeach President Donald J. Trump, which likely was the final nail in her coffin.
It is unclear if Torres Small will try another run for the Second District, but her extreme rhetoric claiming President Donald Trump supporters are “seditionist, Trump-loving GOP” members are certainly not calls for “unity” by any means.