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Introducing.....

Introducting.....

The Fabulous 5

Overall, these senators are not supportive of the PFD program and support the continuation of the Binding Caucus Rule

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Senator Natasha Von Imhof

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Senator Josh Revak

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Senator Bert Stedman

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Senator Gary Stevens

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Senator Click Bishop

Senator Natasha Von Imhof

This woman is the self appointed leader of the Fabulous 5. 

It is quite obvious that Senator Von Imhof uses her position as a senator to direct government money to the Rasmuson Foundation. She sits on the board of the Fondation as the Treasurer. Recently, she helped direct a substantial amount of the Covid federal relief money to the Foundation to administrate the increasing "Homeless Industrial Complex."

Natasha hs always been adamantly opposed to the PFD program. Now that SB 26 has successfully disjointed the PFD from the Erarnings Reserve account where it was paid without issue for 30+ years, she now takes 2 issues.

1. The PFD program is distributed to individual Alaskans who do not need the distribution.

( She ignores the Pick, Click and Give option of the program )

2. The PFD program is the most expensive "government" expense eclipsing both Education and Health Care programs. ( This is a narrative to make Alaskans look personally greedy )

Ultimately, Senator Von Imhof has always felt it is the responsibility of the government to divide the resources of the state up among select groups and individuals that she identifies as the "greater good."

Senator Josh Revak

Freshman member of the Fabulous 5. 

In his own words, Senator Revak admits that he agreed to support the "Binding Caucus Rule" as a gateway to being confirmed a the replacement senator for the deceased Senator Chris Birch. This is an overt Quid Pro Quo on his part. 

Since joining the senate, Senator Revak has takedn the position that the PFD program is simply welfare, and for this purpose, it needs to be eliminated. He would prefer the "welfare" be distributed to government programs the Fabulous 5 decree as a more legitimate use of "government money." You can rest assurred, Senator Revak will walk lock step with any policy position Senator Von Imhof proposes. He is not the most sharp knife in the drawer and Senator Von Imhof will take full advantage of his inexperience and limited intellectual capacity. 

Here is the pledge Josh signed just prior to the primary election in 2018. Just another example of a candidate saying one thing and then reversing their stances and policies once they have won the confidence of the voters for their lies. 

Senator Bert Stedman

Fresh from the general election win, Senator Stedman came out with guns blazing and stated that he would have no part of a senate caucus which did not have a "Binding Caucus Rule" as the foundational issue to organize. Senator Stedman believes that without the tools of bribery and corecion the senate would never be able to form and advance a budget. He prefers the historic example of developing a budget which has grown unblidled for years. The senator is a direct beneficiary of government spending. All one has to do is consider his private property in Sitka and the expense to access his property with new road construction. 

Senator Gary Stevens

All you have to know is Gary Steven's good friend former Representative Paul Seaton was on the campaign trail helping him secure a victory. Senator Stevens is the best example of a Republican senator who is really a Democrat, which is very similar to Senator Lisa Murkowski. Senator Stevens has consistently been Chair of Education and the University system. How are those programs working for us under his guidance? 

Senator Click Bishop

Senator Bishop's ace in the hole is his union support which consistently shows up to donate large sums of money to his continued tenure. Senator Bishop may be the most vunerable senator of the Fabulous 5 as he will be the only one up for election this next cycle. Senator Bishop is no friend of the average Alaskan. His votes are consistently in line with special interests at the expense of the average Alaskan. He is the silent "go along to get along" senator of this group. The challenge will be to find a credible challenger to take this senator on two years from now. It is not too early to start looking. 

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