Conservative of the Year 2019
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Winner: Josh Hawley, the youngest member of the U.S. Senate, for rejecting liberal judicial nominees, for pushing a strongly conservative and nationalist agenda, and for taking initiative against the liberal censorship by Big Tech.
- Donald Trump, for continuing to advance conservative policies as president and fighting back against Leftists and globalism.
- Matt Gaetz, for powerfully challenging Nancy Pelosi and the Radical Democrats on the impeachment inquiry scam.
- Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters who stood against attempts by communist China to limit freedom in Hong Kong.
- Jair Bolsonaro, for standing strong against Hollywood and European liberals.
- Jim Jordan, for exposing left-wing corruption and standing up against the improper impeachment.
- Tulsi Gabbard, though not entirely conservative, for standing up against the Leftists in the Democrat Party.
- Shaquille O'Neal, though perhaps not entirely conservative, for standing up against the liberal NBA and Nike in order to support the pro-democracy Hong Kong protesters.
- James O'Keefe for further exposing CNN as a fake news network and for exposing ABC's Jeffrey Epstein coverup.
- Judicial Watch for continuing to hold Democrats and government agencies accountable for corruption.
- Matt Bevin, for standing strong for conservative values, particularly pro-life, despite intense pressure by the liberal media.
- Phil Bryant, the outgoing governor of Mississippi, who stood strong on the pro-life issue.
- Ron DeSantis, for doing a great job as governor, rejecting the establishment, passing a bill banning "sanctuary cities," and maintaining high approval rating through it all.
- Matteo Salvini, for pushing strongly conservative policies, especially on immigration, for leading the League to become the largest party in Italy for the first time, and for winning elections in states that had previously only elected left-wingers.
- Nigel Farage, for his strong support for Brexit and other conservative policies, and for leading the Brexit Party to victory in the 2019 EU Parliament elections.
- Clarence Thomas, for his uncompromising support for originalism and for being the most consistent conservative on the Supreme Court.
- Tucker Carlson, for using his show to promote strong conservative and nationalist views, despite being smeared as a "racist."
- Daniel Cameron, for his strongly conservative stance on immigration and for becoming the first Republican KY attorney general in 70 years.
- Chip Roy, for being a leading conservative voice in Congress on immigration, spending, and combating drug cartels, even as a freshman.
- Nikki Haley, for defending Trump publicly despite pressure by Never-Trumpers.
- Candace Owens, for leading a movement of Black Americans in leaving the racist, bigoted Democrat Party.
- Scott Presler, for cleaning up inner cities that had been run by the Left for decades but that they failed to take proper care of.
- Rush Limbaugh, for forcefully defending President Trump and conservative policies even when unpopular.
- Sean Hannity, for defending the President amid a phony impeachment inquiry and promoting conservative principles.
- Mike Pence, for frequently promoting Christian and conservative values as vice president under Donald Trump.