Conservative of the Year 2020

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Winner: Justice Amy Coney Barrett, for achieving confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, and then delivering the decisive vote to reopen churches and synagogues first in New York, thereby establishing a precedent against totalitarian, anti-religious lockdowns which had previously been allowed by the Court.
Runner-up: Representative-elect Lauren Boebert of Rifle, Colorado, the 33-year-old mother of 4 and owner of the Shooter's Grill who ran an outspokenly conservative campaign against a heavily funded Democrat opponent, and trounced her to win a congressional district as large as Pennsylvania; she publicly defied the senseless lockdown in Colorado which interfered with family Thanksgiving Day dinners, and on Christmas Eve announced that she will challenge the Biden Electors on Jan. 6th.


  1. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO), for quickly introducing a resolution to censure Chuck Schumer after his harsh comments on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court personally against two Trump-appointed judges. Chief Justice John Roberts rebuked Schumer for his comments, but Schumer did not apologize until Hawley introduced his censure resolution, which other senators then joined; Hawley also announced that he would object to the Electoral fraud on January 6, 2021.
  2. Representative Mo Brooks (R-AL), for leading the movement to object to the Biden Electors on Jan. 6, 2021.
  3. Senator-Elect Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), for advocating that the U.S. Senate address the Electoral fraud and reject Joe Biden in the United States presidential election, 2020.
  4. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) for attempting to end the interference by the Deep State FDA and liberals with effective early treatment by hydroxychloroquine of victims of COVID-19, including holding multiple hearings by the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, which he chairs.
  5. Sidney Powell, for her relentless pursuit of justice.
  6. Rep. Tom Massie (R-KY), for standing up against the bloated $2.2 trillion bailout and seeking a roll call vote rather than the cowardly House vote which enable Representatives to conceal their position. Rep. Massie then won by a landslide in his primary against a moderate challenger, and voted against the next $2.3 trillion wasteful stimulus bill.
  7. Numerous conservative Republican women including Ashley Hinson, Yvette Herrell, Stephanie Bice, and Nancy Mace who won upset victories in the 2020 U.S. House elections over Democrat incumbents to serve in the 117th Congress.
  8. President Jair Bolsonaro, for holding Brazilian fatalities from coronavirus below that in the United States despite having far few resources, by promoting the benefits of the inexpensive hydroxychloroquine as a successful early treatment.
  9. Senator Rand Paul, for speaking out against and challenging Anthony Fauci as well as the totalitarian policies enacted amidst the CCP pandemic.
  10. Kristi Noem, Governor of South Dakota, for standing strong against failed liberal approaches to the coronavirus crisis, but should not have allowed liberals to cancel the large HCQ trial in her state.
  11. Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ), chairman of the Freedom Caucus, for speaking out against the misguided policies of Fauci.[1]
  12. Conservative Republican Senate candidate John E. James, for running a remarkable campaign against Democrat incumbent Gary Peters and out-performing expectations as he did in 2018.
  13. President Donald Trump.
  14. Representative-elect Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) who, despite being paralyzed, was elected at age 24 (will turn the mandatory minimum age of 25 prior to being sworn in), overcoming the opposition of the Establishment and a well-funded liberal opponent.
  15. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko is a New York State physician who treated 350 (later exceeding 700) coronavirus patients in March of 2020 with 100% success using hydroxychloroquine, antibiotics and zinc.[2][3][4] There were no hospitilizations, intubations or deaths among Zelenko's 350 patients.[5] Dr. Zelenko's coronavirus treatment is now being used in multiple states.[6]
  16. Congressman-elect Tony Gonzales, for winning an election to succeed RINO Will Hurd against a liberal Democrat opponent in one he was expected by now-discredited elections "experts" to lose.
  17. Congressman Chip Roy, for remaining a strong conservative and winning re-election in the 2020 elections in preventing abortion extremist/far-leftist Wendy Davis from entering the House.
  18. Conservapedia editor RobSmith, for having worked extra hard covering the most important events here, from the CCP pandemic to the 2020 Leftwing insurrection.
  19. Senator Joni Ernst, for mostly remaining a movement conservative and winning re-election by a handy margin despite being heavily out-raised by her Democrat opponent.
  20. Congressman Jeff Van Drew; while being much more moderate than conservative, he is noteworthy for having previously been a Democrat who stood up to his party amidst the impeachment coup, voted against the sham articles, switched his party registration to the Republican Party while announcing his full support of Trump, and winning re-election in 2020 despite a heavily-funded effort to oust him.
  21. Sean Hannity, for defending President Trump and promoting conservative principles.
  22. Rudy Guiliani, for courage, endurance, and sacrifice above and beyond the call of duty to expose Democrat election scams.
  23. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), for sharply criticizing the wasteful $2.3 trillion spending bill which favored special interests and foreign countries over average Americans amid the COVID-19 crisis.