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Following the Colorado State Supreme Court ruling that has temporarily kicked President Donald Trump off the Colorado ballot, House Speaker Mike Johnson traveled to Iowa and met with representatives Randy Feenstra, Mariannette Miller-Meeks, and Zach Nunn. All of these Iowa representatives have campaigned with Ron DeSantis in Iowa. Interestingly, Mariannette Miller-Meeks was one of the members of Congress firmly against Jim Jordan’s nomination for House Speaker. Loomered.com previously reported that the Congressional Leadership PAC, which supported Kevin McCarthy’s Speakership, supported Mike Johnson’s Speakership on October 30th. Notable donors to the Congressional Leadership PAC include never-Trumpers Ken Griffin and Paul Singer.

Loomer shared a picture of Speaker Mike Johnson with Iowa reps Randy Feenstra, Mariannette Miller-Meeks, and Zach Nunn. The photo of Johnson and the Iowa reps was taken Tuesday night following the Colorado State Supreme Court ruling that temporarily removed Trump from the Colorado ballot. Loomer captioned the photo, writing, “Why did Speaker Johnson meet with @TeamDeSantis in Iowa today, the same day that the Colorado Supreme Court disqualified President Trump from the GOP primary ballot? Mike Johnson cannot be trusted. I always said he was anti Trump! From day 1!”

Randy Feenstra has been campaigning with Ron DeSantis in Iowa since DeSantis attended Feenstra’s picnic in May. At that event, DeSantis, Feenstra, and Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds were pictured wearing embarrassing matching aprons while pretending to grill. DeSantis received justified criticism for attending Feenstra’s picnic over campaigning for the Republican in the Jacksonville, Florida, mayor race. The week following Feenstra’s picnic, Republicans in Jacksonville, Florida, lost the city’s mayor race for the first time since 2011.

On July 15th, Iowa Congressman  Zach Nunn released a statement announcing that he was looking forward to Ron DeSantis joining him at his event as a “special guest.” 

Mariannette Miller-Meeks sat with Ron DeSantis and Kim Reynolds at the Iowa vs. Iowa State game back in September.

On Monday, Mariannette Miller-Meeks joined fellow DeSantis supporter Chip Roy at Team DeSantis Iowa events.

Interestingly, Miller-Meeks was critical in sinking Jim Jordan’s Speakership. Back in September, Miller-Meeks said she received death threats from Trump supporters over her decision not to vote for Jordan. However, the United States Capitol Police have not made any arrests. This is odd, as tracking a phone call should not be a hard thing for the USCP to accomplish.

This story becomes more interesting as Loomered.com reported that the Congressional Leadership PAC, which was previously supporting Kevin McCarthy’s Speakership, announced its support for Speaker Johnson on October 30th. FEC records show Paul Singer donated $1 million to the Congressional Leadership Fund. During the 2016 GOP Primary, Singer hired the firm Fusion GPS to dig up dirt on President Trump. Following the GOP Primary, Fusion GPS took their work and gave it to Hillary Clinton, who then turned the fake opposition research into the fake Steele Dossier, which included false statements like Donald Trump likes to get urinated on by Russian hookers. Another major donor to the Congressional Leadership PAC is never Trumper Ken Griffin.

Speaker Johnson’s Tuesday evening trip to Iowa is looking more and more sinister by the minute. As President Trump’s lead continues to grow in the polls, expect the uniparty to ramp up their election interference efforts.