Kelly Tshibaka: Lisa morphed into a Biden-loving Democrat, so it’s time for a change in U.S. Senate



Although Sen. Lisa Murkowski wishes it were not so, an election is the people’s performance review of the incumbent representing them. In her case, Murkowski has grown increasingly liberal over the past 21 years. She has become so much a part of the D.C. establishment that Alaskans can barely recognize her as the senator whose father appointed her to this seat two decades ago.  

This year, we can choose a new direction and elect a senator who will stand with Alaska, our families who are being crushed, and our workers who are suffering. Or we can choose a senator who has been standing with Joe Biden, confirming his radical environmentalist nominees, and funding her own campaign nearly entirely with Lower 48 dark money. 

Since Biden became president, Murkowski has been enabling his radical agenda every step of the way, even when it directly harmed Alaska. She cast the tie-breaking vote to advance the nomination of Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, even though she knew Haaland was an environmental extremist who would wage war on Alaska workers, resource industries, and economy. Murkowski has voted for more than 90 percent of Biden’s senior administration nominees. 

Murkowski also approved “Defund the Police” activist Vanita Gupta, now the Department of Justice official in charge of local law enforcement grants. Alaska’s rural law enforcement grants have dropped from 20 recipients down to 6. During the Obama administration, Murkowski also championed the confirmation of the federal judge who killed the Willow oil and natural gas project and the life-saving King Cove Road. These votes were clearly contrary to Alaska’s interests. 

Murkowski says one thing in Alaska, while doing exactly the opposite in D.C. For instance, she ran ads claiming she supported the 2nd Amendment and warned that Biden “WANTS TO TAKE YOUR GUNS AWAY” in all capital letters. Meanwhile, she voted for Biden’s gun control and red flag laws. 

Similarly, Murkowski promised big money from the “infrastructure bill” she wrote, but will likely never deliver new roads, bridges, or much infrastructure to Alaska, because as Sen. Sullivan acknowledged, the Biden administration is blocking infrastructure development with insurmountable regulations. In fact, Murkowski admitted this when she co-sponsored Sullivan’s bill to fix the problem.  

What did we get from the infrastructure bill? More inflation. 

Murkowski recently announced that she is pulling for Nancy Pelosi in Alaska’s House race by pledging support to the only candidate who would support Speaker Pelosi’s radical, leftist agenda. And Murkowski has been the beneficiary of millions of dollars in dark money ads full of lies about me, paid for by Republican Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell, who knows he can control Murkowski’s vote if she’s re-elected.  

Murkowski has donned the D.C. establishment jersey of Biden, Pelosi, and McConnell, while leaving Alaska with no goalie in net.   

If she’s re-elected, she’s not in line for the chairmanship of any major committee, and we lost the chairmanship of the Energy committee two years ago. Why are Alaskans still paying the highest prices for energy if we had the chairmanship for 6 years? Why don’t we have any active major energy projects? 

Why haven’t any rural communities seen a dollar of the $50 million Murkowski promised us from the Department of Justice? 

Why don’t we yet have the millions of acres locked up by the Bureau of Land Management or promised to us by the federal government at statehood?  

Why haven’t federal agencies been held accountable for blowing through their permitting deadlines by years, dearly costing our companies and workers? 

Clearly, it’s time for a change. When I’m in the Senate, I will fight to protect jobs and the families and workers who depend on them. My parents were able to pull themselves into the middle class thanks to a job in the oil industry, and I understand what these opportunities mean for our future and our children. 

I will only support constitutionalist nominees who will protect our rights and resource development. And I’m proud to have the NRA’s highest rating. 

I will advocate for more access to mental health resources and affordable housing across the state, and I will support parents’ rights to be involved in their children’s education. 

When I’m the next senator from Alaska, I will be a voice for the Alaskans who have felt forgotten and ignored – not Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, Mitch McConnell, or Lower 48 dark money. I won’t be bought or bullied by Washington, D.C.; I will fight for Alaska, and that will never change. 

Kelly Tshibaka is a born-and-raised Alaskan and a candidate for the U.S. Senate in Alaska who is endorsed by former President Donald Trump and the Alaska Republican Party. 


  1. Still waiting for a clear explanation of your seventeen year career as a high-ranking federal bureaucrat in Washington, D.C. For bonus points, please describe how that career does not make you a card-carrying member of “the DC establishment”. Please focus on your eight years of service in the Obama administration.

      • My comment simply highlights that we know very little about Ms. Tshibaka. We know that she is not Lisa Murkowski. We know she went to high school in Alaska. We know that she worked for the feds for seventeen years and then for a few months in the Dunleavy administration. To entrust her with the obligation of serving us as Alaska’s US Senator, we need to know a lot more, and, for me, I want to hear about her seventeen years working as a bureaucrat in Washington, D.C.

    • @JMARK, did you actually research what her jobs were with the FED and what she accomplished? Holding government accountable and creating effective and efficient government processes… like she did as Commissioner of Admin for our State during COVID? Have you ever met with Kelly and had a conversation with her? If not, I hope that you get the opportunity to ask your questions in person.

      • I looked at her job history on Linkedin. I know that most of the positions she held with the feds were “senior executive service” positions — which is the essence of the Deep State. And sorry, Ms. Tshibaka has the clear obligation to be forthcoming and transparent to the voters of Alaska about her experience and accomplishments. She has failed to do that so far.

  2. Lisa was waiting at airport yesterday evening for the flight to Bethel. Seemed to be keeping a very low profile as she ventured out to where more people are fooled into voting for her. I pray her time in DC will soon be ended.

  3. This Kelly (TSHIBAKA) already has my one and only vote for US SENATE. I voted in person day before yesterday. She has run a very clean campaign, despite having to constantly prove herself innocent from lying attack adds from the overfunded left. The way I see it, if you have to make up stuff in order to discredit a campaign then you are a loser. And dishonest as well. And when an incumbent makes claims of all the accomplishments under their term that obviously did not happen, it makes them a bad lier. But do your own research if you are new to the state or have a bad memory. We have a high turnover of people here, which is obvious on a snow day such as today. Get a sample ballot and use your smart phone for something smart, like researching the candidates. Then by all means VOTE. And offer to share a ride with a friend or neighbor, especially the elderly.

  4. GOD needed Judas to get his sacrifice accomplished, maybe GOD is using Lisa and her democrats in a similar manner Dems and Lisa have definitely set themselves up for to be easily made an example of. Masked one Alaska is the most corrupt I agree. Suzanne & Kelly thank you ladies union.

  5. With Lisa’s support and enabling of Biden, she’s COMPLICIT in the current economic disarray and chaos that’s plagued our wonderful country. It’s an unsightly Filth and Stench she can’t wash-off. It’s time for voters to take action, do the right thing and, part ways.
    Elect Kelly-T and, don’t even rank Lisa.

    • Lisa is complicit with folks like the gas producers and Starbucks, and grocery stores, etc, all made record profit and kept high prices to continue making high profits?

      That’s record profits for shareholders—the reason we have inflation

  6. Both Kelly and Nick were against the infrastructure legislation that Senator Murkowski put together in a bipartisan manner. Mayor Bronson thanked Senator Murkowski for the $68 Million Port of Anchorage grant.

    • Death Warmed Over …. Certainly past their physical and intellectual prime … They’ll likely both enjoy the Tonsil Hockey exercise … Ewww!

  7. Did Lisa feel so inclined to rub Bidens hairy legs? If that photo does not tell you all you need to know about Lisa……… are part of the problem.

  8. House Husband came busting into our house last night yelling, “where’s Nancy?” I had to hide our hammer, just in case. But it turned out he wanted to know if Nancy saw the photo of Biden getting ready for a long passionate swap of spit with Lisa. It’s disgusting! We didn’t teach Princess to engage in peccadillos with old men who don’t wear Covid masks. It’s something she learned all on her own during the past 21 years in Washington, DC.
    More campaign money coming your way, Kelly.
    And a couple of votes too.

  9. Kelly will be a fine Senator, and will serve with Sullivan very well. But more importantly …. my family will be able to look themselves in the mirror after they vote their conscience for the first time in 22 years. God Bless America ????

  10. What happened to the news being reported neutral and report both sides. I am not a Murkowski fan. But this is the first article I open on this app and it bashes a person that has dedicated their life and health to doing a job that nobody else has been able to do for 20 years. This app is clearly not a news organization but a propaganda machine. Paid for by whomever gave the author money. This isn’t an article it’s a giant paid for advertisement. So who is taking who is selling our on their journalist training?

  11. Kelly will lose because she is making this race about us vs. them. She will leave Alaska by 2024 and be considered another Lindauer.

    • Wishful thinking, Frank. Lisa has already told Nancy and I that SHE will be leaving Alaska upon her defeat. Which seems imminent.

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