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Jan Morgan would cause a political earthquake in America as U.S. Senator from Arkansas

May 18, 2022

Imagine how politicians and bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. would feel when they found out Arkansas voters had sent Jan Morgan to the United States Senate.

Tears would be streaming down the hallways of weak-kneed Republican Senators' offices, and Democrats would be calling for her removal even before she took the oath of office. The national news media would undoubtedly accuse her of everything short of kidnapping the Lindbergh baby.

As the months rolled on, heads would continue to explode all over America as the ruling class realized that Jan Morgan was a hardened firewall armed to protect Americans' personal liberties.

A prizefighter

When the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences wanted to fire employees for not taking the COVID-19 vaccine, Jan Morgan was a leader in the battle to protect the rights of UAMS staff members.

During the fight, Jan Morgan did not seek to exploit the issue to benefit her campaign for U.S. Senate. And she spent hundreds of hours rallying support for UAMS employees who objected to Dr. Fauci's mandatory vaccine policy.

When wavering lawmakers tried to sideline discussion of the issue, it was Jan Morgan who was in their faces, fighting like her life and the lives of UAMS employees depended on it.

She's been fighting for years

Most Arkansas voters know Jan Morgan for her strong stance supporting personal liberties and the Second Amendment. But Morgan has been battling to help local communities for many years. 

When Jan Morgan was in her early 20s she was a popular news reporter for CBS affiliate KSLA, with over one million viewers. While in Texarkana, a local high school went to Morgan and asked about creating a 30-second public service announcement on TV against drinking and driving. 

Jan Morgan fought tirelessly for the high school, and the ad was made featuring more than one hundred students shouting, "Don't drink and drive." The ad was so successful it was shown on TV screens across Arkansas and several other southern states for over two years - garnering a major national award. 

And it was all because Jan Morgan made it happen. She helped the community with no benefit to herself, even though she was busy starting her professional life as an investigative journalist.


Jan Morgan has a larger-than-life presence, and opponents say they can feel her fiery glare from more than fifty feet away. 

"You don't want to get on the wrong side of Jan Morgan," a lawmaker in Morgan's crosshairs once said. "She will eat you for breakfast, lunch, and supper - and then drag you out to pick your bones the next day."

James Marshall of Little Rock said Washington D.C. needs to be shaken up: "Electing Jan Morgan to the Senate would be like a political earthquake or a hurricane," he said. "We need 'Hurricane Jan' up there to fight for us."

"When our freedom is at risk, are we really going to trust John Boozman or that monotone Jake Bequette? No. Both of them are already contaminated from being in Washington, D.C.," he said.

Tough as nails

If elected, admirers of Jan Morgan believe she will be: "Marjorie Taylor Greene on steroids."

"I have a friend who told me that he was voting for Jan Morgan, but his wife would not vote for her because she was 'too bold,'" said Ronald Jones of Texarkana. 

"I told him to try and explain that we need to vote for her because she is tough and outspoken," Jones said. "Our personal freedoms are at stake. Do we really believe we can put our trust in weak Boozman or a liar like Jake Bequette, who won't even admit he has gone to law school already in Washington, D.C.? Of course not."

The Arkansas congressional delegation is full of "milquetoast weaklings," Jones continued. "We need at least one person we know will not back down from a fight. That is Jan Morgan." 

Other citizens Texarkana News spoke to outside Central Mall in Texarkana echoed similar sentiments.

"Those autocrats in Washington will be setting their hair on fire in disgust if we elect Jan Morgan to the Senate," said one Texarkana teacher who asked not to be identified. "That's the reason we need to send her to Washington. She will upset the applecart and stop the Arkansas Senate boys club. We need a real fighter."

Mitch McConnell dislikes Jan Morgan

Jan Morgan was the first 2022 U.S. Senate candidate in America to announce that she would oppose Mitch McConnell as Majority Leader. Although some have said Eric Greitens in Missouri was first, it was actually Jan Morgan who led the way.

Mitch McConnell is said to be angry at all major U.S. Senate candidates who have threatened his future leadership, including Morgan. Texarkana News reached out to the office of Minority Leader McConnell. The staff member we spoke with offered a firm "no comment" on McConnell's feelings toward Jan Morgan's pledge to vote against him.

Both John Boozman and Jake Bequette would likely vote for Mitch McConnell. Bequette said he wanted to get through one election before thinking about another. But in "political speak," that is tantamount to Bequette admitting that he would vote for Mitch McConnell. It's also a feeble "inside the Beltway" answer.

Cowardly senators and congressman

Arkansas once had a rich history of legendary fighters in its congressional delegation. But as the years have passed, its representation has gotten more ineffective.

Electing John Boozman or Jake Bequette in 2022 would not even send a slight tremor through Washington, D.C. - in fact, life in the nation's capital would be a normal state of affairs.

However, if Arkansas voters were really in a mood to make a big statement and send a shockwave through Washington, they would deliver Jan Morgan to the U.S. Senate. Many supporters believe her speeches would be legendary, and her targets would be well-chosen.

They also say that "Hurricane Jan" would send Democrats and mainstream Republicans screaming and crying down the Capitol steps. 

This might be why Jan Morgan has been endorsed by America First conservatives like Gen. Michael Flynn, Roger Stone, and Ted Nugent. For six years, she was also the "Citizens for Trump" national spokesperson.

Goodbye "Business as usual"

Once again, take a moment and imagine the impact that a Jan Morgan victory would have on Arkansas and the United States of America regarding citizens' rights. 

The looks on the faces of fellow senators would be epic as Jan Morgan scolds them for their ineptitude and fights for conservative principles.

When Jan Morgan is elected, conservatives could finally get some good, restful sleep - which has been sorely lacking during the Joe Biden horror show. 

And every night thereafter, Arkansans could kick their feet up and feel at ease - safe in the knowledge that U.S. Senator Jan Morgan was their hard-working, night watchman in Washington.

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