In a sit-down interview, Doug Mastriano, who rarely speaks with the mainstream media, made it clear that he is not finished with his quest to win higher office and transform the Republican Party along the way.
He said he is “praying” about whether to go forward with a potential Senate run in 2024. After God, his wife, Rebbie, will have the final word he said. If he pulls the trigger, Mastriano would run in a primary for the right to take on Democratic Sen. Bob Casey, an institutional figure in the state.
Virtually no one in the Pennsylvania GOP establishment is eager for that matchup. Until now, Mastriano’s future plans have been a mystery within political circles. He has few relationships with party leaders and eschews traditional consultants.
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Most tweets below are from last year.
Pennsylvania Republican Doug Mastriano said he is “praying” about whether to go forward with a potential Senate run in 2024. After God, his wife, Rebbie, will have the final word, he said. https://t.co/U4VXk0ndbJ
— POLITICO (@politico) March 7, 2023
Philadelphia Inquirer: Mastriano touts endorsement from rabbi who promotes election lies, speaks favorably of QAnon, and…says Hitler might have been part lizard: https://t.co/D1H9llOODD pic.twitter.com/gHOrzNUM9e
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) September 2, 2022
Charlie Kirk: PA Gov candidate Doug Mastriano is a “fabulous person”
Mastriano, a QAnon supporting insurrectionist, paid $5k for consulting services to anti-semite and Gab founder Andrew Torba, who explicitly attacks Jewish people on a regular basis. https://t.co/7QrGkAaBBK pic.twitter.com/91pUEQ6l7q
— Madeline Peltz (@peltzmadeline) July 29, 2022
QAnon supporting candidate for PA Gov Doug Mastriano announces he’s doing a rally tonight with neo-Nazi collaborator and Putin apologist Jack Posobiec pic.twitter.com/JtoVVWaF1D
— Madeline Peltz (@peltzmadeline) October 14, 2022
Trump announced today his endorsement of Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano for governor.
Mastriano was present at the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and has sought to undermine the 2020 election results.https://t.co/cn0dYFaE4K
— Axios (@axios) May 14, 2022