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Remember the Transgender Satanist Running for Sheriff in New Hampshire...Here's How It Turned Out

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Remember the Transgender Satanist Running for Sheriff in New Hampshire...Here's How It Turned Out

Remember the transgender satanist who was running for sheriff in one county in New Hampshire?

I don't even know how something like this is even possible in the Democratic Party, let alone the Republican party.

But believe it or not, a transgender satanist anarchist won the GOP nomination for sheriff in Cheshire County, New Hampshire.

Aria DiMezzo said, "I’m running for sheriff because I oppose that very system, and the sheriff has the most hands-on ability in Cheshire County to oppose that system. The system that let you down by allowing me -- the freaking transsexual Satanist anarchist -- be your sheriff candidate is the same system I’m attacking. I’m sorry, and I know it hurts to hear, but that system is a lie."

Here is the video of him talking about...nothing really when he ran for city council in which he describes legalizing heroin among other things.

Well, that race is over and the results were that he lost.

“I ran the best campaign I could have and brought the ideas of liberty to people who otherwise hadn't heard them, so I’m tremendously happy with the campaign.

Always a bit of a long-shot candidate for the county sheriff’s position, DiMezzo garnered 7,950 votes to Democratic incumbent Eli Rivera’s 27,674, according to the unofficial vote tallies. DiMezzo, who ran and lost in 2018 while running as a Libertarian, said this is his last run for sheriff.

“Two times is enough, and this was likely the strongest an anarchist was going to get,” DiMezzo said. “Twenty-five percent was an impressive showing for a well-known Satanist anarchist trans woman, and I think it bodes well for the future.”

DiMezzo said he decided to try again as a Republican this year when he found out perennial Republican candidate Earl Nelson was not going to run. Nelson was dealing with cancer treatments over the summer, and had intended to bow out. When DiMezzo became the nominee, he mounted a write-in campaign to give Republican voters another choice. Nelson ended up with fewer than 3,000 votes.

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