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Pro-Trump U.S. House Rep Bob Good (R-VA) has won his primary ”convention” against a GOP opponent decisively. Good has been good, no pun intended, at supporting President Trump’s America First agenda.

He has stood up against illegal immigration, stood for election integrity, and when he won last time, ousted RINO GOP Rep Denver Riggleman, who later went on to assist with ”January 6th” investigations.

Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers (R) endorsement Good, who now goes on to face the Democrat in November. Rogers, who constantly triggers liberals and RINOs with her large social media pedestal triggering hit piece after hit piece from leftist rags, posted a major congratulations:

“Breaking: Wendy-endorsed and friend @GoodForCongress just won the 5th District Convention and is now the Republican nominee for the General Election for #VA05. Good unseated never-Trumper woke January 6 investigation advocate Denver Riggleman in 2020. He is vying for reelection.”

We will see what ”good” Good will do in his next term should he succeed later this year.

WTVR Reported in part:

Republican Bob Good has overwhelmingly won his party’s nomination to seek a second term in Congress representing Virginia’s 5th Congressional District.

Good – a conservative who touted endorsements from former President Donald Trump and GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert from Colorado, among others – won with 85 percent of the weighted vote among the 1,300 delegates who cast ballots at the party’s nominating convention Saturday at Hampden-Sydney College.

He was challenged by Air Force veteran Dan Moy.

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