Last Updated on June 21, 2023
Carrie DelRosso, the failed 2022 GOP nominee for Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania, who’s been widely credited by her own party with helping sink the statewide GOP ticket, led by America First gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano, has gone to work as a lobbyist representing Dominion Voting Systems.
DelRosso was the Pennsylvania establishment’s hand-chosen nominee for Lt. Governor in 2022, as they mobilized to take down the Trump-aligned primary campaign of Teddy Daniels and, eventually, the general election campaign of Doug Mastriano, who’d endorsed Daniels in the primary and was also backed by President Trump.
Now, DelRosso has gone to work as a lobbyist on behalf of Dominion Voting Systems, the electronic voting company at the center of 2020 election fraud investigations that won a whopping $787.5 million after suing Fox News for the apparent crime of some of its hosts questioning the reported 2020 election results. The company has also been reported to have directed Fox News to fire Tucker Carlson.
A recent report in The Philadelphia Inquirer, headlined “Post-Mastriano, DelRosso goes team Dominion”, details Carrie DelRosso’s new employment, revealing that DelRosso “is now a lobbyist for Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney.”
The lobbying firm, The Inquirer reported, “has been lobbying for Dominion since 2017,” well before the 2020 Presidential Election and during a period of time in which electronic voting companies pushed hard to seize control of American elections – with great success, largely thanks to big-money lobbying firms and their paid political hacks.
DelRosso and a Dominion spokesman each refused to comment when reached by The Inquirer, the report adds.
DelRosso’s lobbying on behalf of Dominion Voting Systems becomes all the more interesting when her financial and political ties to the uni-party establishment are considered.
In 2022, she was catapulted to the Lt. Governor’s nomination by a China-tied, anti-Trump mega-donor Jeff Yass and his associated network of Political Action Committees, in a coordinated establishment attack on the America First, pro-Trump campaigns of Teddy Daniels and Doug Mastriano.
In her run for Lt. Gov, DelRosso was backed, to the tune of more than $1 million, by Yass and the Commonwealth Fund, one of the many vehicles he’s used to dump extraordinary sums of money into establishment candidates.
Yass refused to donate to the gubernatorial campaign of Doug Mastriano in the general election.
As National File reported during Pennsylvania’s 2022 race:
“GOP megadonor Jeffrey Yass has refused to support Doug Mastriano in the Pennsylvania gubernatorial race. Yass, the richest man in Pennsylvania, has contributed over $35 million to PACs in support of state Republicans since 2017
The Commonwealth Children’s Choice Fund…gave $1.5 million to State Rep. Carrie DelRosso’s campaign for lieutenant governor.”
As previously mentioned, Yass is deeply tied to Communist China and through his venture capitalism, to the Chinese Communist Party-run TikTok app, which admittedly spies on American citizens. In fact, Yass is the largest American investor in the CCP app.
Along with DelRosso, Yass has been slammed for surrendering to the radical left’s takeover of Pennsylvania, paving the way for electoral mayhem in 2024, after the state’s Democrats helped lead the national charge to illegally change election law and throw the 2020 Presidential Election.
He’s also a major financial backer of Ron DeSantis’s 2024 Presidential campaign.