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Conservative of the Year 2021

Winner: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), for very effectively standing up against the Left. She single-handedly stymied Nancy Pelosi and The Squad throughout 2021. Rep. Greene also debunked mandatory vaccination, ridiculed liberal claptrap, and exposed the DC Gulag. Rep. Greene accomplished more after being banned by Pelosi from committees than anyone else in the House. Trump apparently collaborates with the immensely popular Rep. Greene, who refers to him as her favorite president of all time, and Trump spoke to the press through her on December 27.[1]

First Runner-up: Sen. Dr. Rand Paul (R-KY), for exposing the deceit by Anthony Fauci, for defending Human rights, and for seeking pardons of victims of the Deep State. (He also won in this prize in 2010).

Very top tier

  • Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), stood up against voter fraud, voted against Juneteenth National Independence Day, and emerged as the most outspoken conservative among House Republicans.
  • Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC), the youngest congressman who turned the constitutional minimum of 25 years old merely months before the general election, for speaking out against election fraud..
  • Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), for taking the lead against election fraud. (He also won in 2019).

Top tier

High Commendation

  • Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court Justice for his stand on Section 230 reform and against election fraud
  • Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Justice for his stand against election fraud
  • Matt Gaetz, tireless service defending conservative values and causes
  • Scott Presler, for helping Governor-Elect Youngkin win the 2021 Virginia Gubernatorial Election and for registering new Republican voters ahead of the 2022 Midterms.
  • Elon Musk, although not entirely a Conservative, for his criticism of far-left Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and for being the Time Person of the Year despite strong opposition from the Left.
  • Winsome Sears, Lieutenant Governor-Elect of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for becoming the first woman of color and first Jamaican American to be elected to statewide office in the Commonwealth of Virginia and for standing up for Conservative values.
  • Jason Miyares, Attorney General-Elect of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for becoming the first Hispanic and first Cuban to be elected to statewide office in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • Edward Dunn, New Jersey Senator-Elect from the 3rd District, for defeating the entrenched liberal Democrat incumbent, Senator Stephen Sweeney, who was the President of the New Jersey Senate, in a stunning upset.

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