The Alaskan Independence Party (AIP) will host an Open House at Everett’s Mat-Su Resort on Lake Wasilla this Saturday Sept. 30 from noon until 4 pm. The event is free for those who simply order lunch off of the menu.
“The purpose is to introduce Alaskans and Valley residents to the idea that the AIP is the logical home for those disaffected conservatives who realize that the Republican Party is moribund,” a statement for the event notes. “A new direction is needed to lead Alaska out of the hopeless mess we have been assigned to by the Democrats, RINOs and other aligned with the lies of the federal government.”
The gathering will focus on key differences between the GOP and the AIP, while spelling out the positions and philosophy of the AIP.
The event notice highlights the following facts:
— Did the GOP sue to stop Ranked Choice Voting? No … but the AIP did!
— Did the GOP support a constitutional convention? No. But the AIP worked long and hard for it.
— Did the GOP call out “climate change” as a hoax? No. Instead, Gov. Dunleavy rammed through a “carbon sequestration” bill. But the AIP opposed it!
— Did the GOP call on Anne Zink to resign? No. Did it support the courageous Sen. Lora Reinbold for opposing mandatory masking? No … But the AIP did!
— Did the Republicans do anything to defend alternative treatments to Covid? No. But the AIP’s Michael Chambers brought together world-renowned experts and 1,500 people to listen to the truth.
— Did the Republicans enact any meaningful election integrity reform? No. But the AIP calls for paper ballots and an end to Dominion machines.
— Did the RINO leadership save our PFD? No. But the AIP has called them out.
— Did the RINO leadership do anything to defend Rep. David Eastman? No. But the AIP did.
As Alaska’s third largest political party, the AIP has about 19,000 registered members, roughly 25% the size of registered Democrats.
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The upcoming event will include the following speakers: AIP Chairman Bob Bird, Vice-Chairman Ric Davidge, Secretary Michael Chambers, Membership Chairman Phil Morin, and past-Chairman Mark Chryson.
A power point presentation will discuss the upcoming Covid Alliance Conference to be held in Anchorage October 14-15. Another presentation will cover the history of Alaska’s relationship with the federal government and the history of the AIP. There will also be talk regarding the “Dunleavy-led errors during the Covid Hoax, carbon sequestration and the continuing lies about ‘climate change.’”
Additionally, a Q&A session will give attendees an opportunity to comment on the current issues of the day and how the AIP can address these.