Transgender satanist anarchist whose slogan is "F the police" wins GOP nomination for NH county sheriff

Sep 13th

He calls himself a She-Male and "she's" gloating over her primary win which will pit her against four term, incumbent Democrat Eli Rivera for the office of Cheshire County, NH, Sheriff this November.

A self proclaimed "transsexual Satanist anarchist," Aria DiMezzo won his primary bid in spite of his self-descriptors and flagrantly non-GOP campaign slogan "F*** the Police."

Only an utterly uninformed, politically deaf and blind GOP electorate would support such a candidate, and DiMezzo seems to agree in a blog post from this week.

"Because the fact is that you didn't bother. You trusted the system. You trusted the establishment. You trusted the party. You felt safe. You were sure that there must be some mechanisms in place to prevent from occurring exactly what just occurred. Your anger is misplaced if you direct it at me. Please listen. Your anger is with the system that has lied to you. Your anger is with the system that convinced you to believe in it, trust in it, and have faith in it, when it is completely and utterly broken."

He boasted that "more than 4,000 people went into the voting booth" and blindly "filled in the circle" by his name, even though they knew "absolutely nothing" about him.

"That's a level of recklessness of which any decent human being should be ashamed."

It's a recklessness he fully plans to exploit, if he wins the office of sheriff in November, working to dismantle the system he disdains from within.

And if he wins, he's confident the electorate will be getting just what they deserve.

"You're just blindly voting for them because you trust in the party, you trust in the system. Well, the party is broken, and the system is broken. It's all broken."

He may have a point.


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