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Conservative of the Year 2023

Conservative of the Year 2023: Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH), for leading against endless U.S. funding of the NATO War in Ukraine, for campaigning against the pro-aborts on Ohio Issue 1 ballot initiative, for strongly endorsing Donald Trump for president early (January 2023),[1] and for supporting the ban on transgender operations on minors in Ohio which its weak RINO Gov. Mike DeWine vetoed on Dec. 29. Vance is a leader on many issues nationally and in a swing state, as a movement conservative in the U.S. Senate, and could become Trump's VP in 2024. Vance rebukes liberal claptrap well.

First runner-up: Dr. Ben Carson, a leading vice presdential pick for Donald Trump while promoting conservative principles,[2] Carson has contributed to Trump's spectacular success in 2023 as Carson has been energetically campaigning for him in many primary states while humbly declining to promote himself.[3] At age 72 with a phenomenal background in medicine and politics, Carson has national appeal while adhering to conservative values. Carson is terrific on the transgender issue: "Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson 'would absolutely, adamantly refuse, in all circumstances,' to perform transgender surgical procedures on minor."[4] Carson has courageously given speeches at Leftist universities in 2023.

Other Finalists

  1. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who beat back an ambush sham impeachment (see Paxton impeachment) to prevail by a landslide in the Texas Senate, and then won a unanimous Texas Supreme Court decision against media-hyped late abortion (after 20 weeks). Paxton also appealed a federal ruling against the Biden regime for destruction of the border fence.
    PROS: overcame Karl Rove and the RINO machine
    CONS: mostly local to Texas, which is very important but still only one state
  2. Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), for being a bulldog in the House in replacement of the warmongering RINO Liz Cheney, for rebuking a biased anti-Trump federal judge's prejudicial public comments about issues pending in her court, for leading early in supporting Donald Trump before it became fashionable for everyone too, all while representing the liberal state of New York in Congress.
    PROS: the most effective conservative in Congress in 2023, she exposed presidents of elite, pompous liberal colleges at the most influential legislative hearing of the year[5]
    CONS: may not be conservative on every issue

Runner-up 4

  1. Riley Gaines, 12-time NCAA All-American swimmer, for her courage in standing against men competing in women's sports, and thus against the transgender agenda. Her speeches, testimony before legislatures, and tweets have been strong and principled all year.
    PROS: fantastic on the transgender issue, and brilliant in rebuking liberals
    CONS: reportedly more aligned with DeSantis than with Trump, and her political positions on other fundamental issues, such as abortion, are not well-known
  2. Elon Musk for fighting for freedom of speech and criticizing globalists
    PROS: tremendous leader on freedom of speech, and in standing up against liberal censorship; also good on advocating against population control
    CONS: not conservative on all issues
  3. Kelsey Grammer for overcoming liberal opposition to make the Jesus Revolution a spectacular success (grossing 3x its costs), and for reaffirming his support of Trump in an interview by the liberal BBC in Dec. 2023.[6]
    PROS: he's achieved more with his conservative themes than anyone else in Hollywood
    CONS: Hollywood's influence is nowhere near what it used to be, fortunately.
  4. Jason Aldean, for recording the #1 hit song, "Try That in a Small Town," which promotes conservative and small-town values, drawing vast ire from Leftists.
    PROS: he's conservative and stood up against liberal whining about his song.[7]
    CONS: the influence of rock and country music exists but does have limits

Top Tier

Additional Strong Contenders

  • Alejandro Gómez Monteverde for his direction of Sound of Freedom movie
  • Victor Orban for his standing against globalist ICC order to escalate war with Russia
  • Vivek Ramaswamy for exposing how incompetent Ronna McDaniel is and other services to the conservative movement
  • Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA) for his fight for justice for Biden regime political prisoners in the DC gulag.[12]
  • Robert Fico for his victory in Slovak election
  • Judge Andrew Napolitano for his objective programming on international affairs
  • Christopher Luxon, for leading his party to victory in New Zealand election, ending the socialist dominance in the country
  • Kyriakos Mitsotakis, prime minister of Greece, for bolding winning on an anti-immigration platform, and then bolding calling a second election to consolidate the strength of his victory.
  • Steven Crowder for revealing Nashville shooter anti-White and anti-Christian manifesto
  • Ayaan Hirsi Ali, after her conversion to Christianity, she approved importance of Christianity for facing woke agenda and anti-West agenda
  • Nayib Bukele for his successful efforts to fight and reduce crime in El Salvador
  • Victoria Villarruel for successfully defeating leftists in Argentine election along with Javier Mileli
  • Geert Wilders for successfully winning Dutch election, being first nationalist-populist to win in northwestern Europe
  • William Cogswell for winning Charleston mayor election, and being first Republican to win this seat
  • Conor McGregor for standing against globalist Irish government
  • Javier Milei, for successfully ending decades of leftist domination in Argentina
  • Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) for continued service to the conservative cause
  • Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), for his investigations into weaponization of government and Big Tech censorship, but his committee did not accomplish as much as it should have in 2023.
  • Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) for getting the Jeffrey Epstein black book list released
  • Sen. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) for standing up to bullies.[13]
  • Vladimir Putin isn't perfect, but deserves an honorable mention for standing for traditional family values in Russia and for protecting his country from NATO colonization.
  • Laura Loomer, for her tireless dedication to exposing the malfeasance of Ron DeSantis' political machine.
  • Rep. Thomas Massie, for courageously opposing unconditional foreign aid even when he's the sole Republican to do so.
  • Rep. Matt Rosendale, the only veteran member of either house of Congress to maintain a perfect voting record, per the John Birch Society itself.
  • Reps. Josh Breechen, Eli Crane, Harriet Hageman, Anna Paulina Luna, and Andrew Ogles, for their perfect voting records as freshmen as scored by the John Birch Society.
  • Reps. Andy Biggs, Elijah Crane, Bob Good, and Matt Rosendale, for voting against Kevin McCarthy as Speaker on every ballot.
  • James O'Keefe, standing strong and starting a new group after being unjustly ousted from Project Veritas, which he founded and had made a success.
  • NFL star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, perhaps the finest QB ever, for courageously continuing to speak out against the Covid vaccine mandates and against its manufacturerer Pfizer, and for referring to the so-called boyfriend of Taylor Swift as "Mr. Pfizer" for his promotion of the company, for which it was later revealed that Travis Kelce received $20 million from Pfizer. Unfortunately, potty-mouthed Rodgers supports legalized abortion under the fallacious liberal logic of everyone should be able to do what they want with their own bodies (an unborn child has different DNA and his own body).[14]

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