Transgender Satanist wins Republican nomination for anarchist New Hampshire County Sheriff


A transgender woman who describes herself as a ‘devilish anarchist’ has won the Republican Party nomination for sheriff in New Hampshire County after walking a stage of ‘f *** the police’.

When asked about the reaction from Republicans, Aria DiMezzo told Inside Sources, “I can’t imagine they’re happy about it.”

DiMezzo captured the GOP nomination for Cheshire County Sheriff on Tuesday night after being elected unopposed in the party primaries.

She won despite the fact that she had no support from the county or state GOP.

Aria DiMezzo, a transgender woman who describes herself as anarchist and high priestess of the Reformed Satanic Church, won the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Cheshire County, New Hampshire on Tuesday.

DiMezzo won after running on a stage that reduced drugs, sex work and illegal immigration

DiMezzo won after running on a stage that reduced drugs, sex work and illegal immigration

His campaign slogan was 'F *** The Police'.  The local Republican Party said its positions did not correspond to the official platform

His campaign slogan was ‘F *** The Police’. The local Republican Party said its positions did not correspond to the official platform

DiMezzo will have an even more formidable task as she faces off against Democrat Ellie Rivera, a four-term incumbent.

The head of the Cheshire County Republican Party, Marilyn Huston, described DiMezzo wrong as referring to him as ‘they’.

“He did very well with the primary and he was amazing,” Huston said.

DiMezzo is a member of a group of Libertarian activists known as the Free Keane Group.

During the recent GOP primary for governor, the group supported Rich Paul, who legally changed his name to None.

No one lost the primary to Republican dissident Governor Chris Sununu on Tuesday.

Last year, no one lost their bid to become mayor of Keene.

DiMezzo is the host of an internet radio show in which she is known as ‘She-Male’.

Initially, Free Keene began as the beginning of the Libertarian Free State Project, but the Free State Project has since distanced itself from Free Key.

According to Huston, DiMezzo ran as a Republican because he was unable to get on the Libertarian Party ballot.

She signed on to run as a Republican two days before the deadline, finding that Earl Nelson, who was a longtime GOP nominee, was not running.

Sheriff Eli Rivera, a four-time public and Democrat, favors winning re-election

Sheriff Eli Rivera, a four-time public and Democrat, favors winning re-election

DiMezzo said he was sorry that the party did not support his candidature.

‘They are clearly not on my side,’ DiMezzo said.

In the city of Rindge, Nelson received more than 200 write-in votes on Tuesday.

Local Republicans on social media expressed their concerns about DiMezzo’s gender, religious beliefs and political positions.

‘The people of Rindage did an unprecedented job. Well done, ‘DiMezzo said.

Huston denied that there was a coordinated effort to prevent Dimizo from winning the nomination.

“I think it’s part of the whole political landscape,” Huston said.

Huston denied that the GOP was demoralizing Diamezzo, although he did voice his political positions.

“If you look at their social media and their political statements, they are not really consistent with the Republican message,” Huston said.

DiMezzo favors the prosecution of drug offenses, sexual acts, illegal immigration, and other ‘victim’ offenses.

DiMezzo posted an image of a ballot showing that he ran unopposed in Tuesday's GOP primary.

DiMezzo posted an image of a ballot showing that he ran unopposed in Tuesday’s GOP primary.

She said that she is in many ways more liberal than her Democratic opponent, Rivera.

‘I’m much more generous than that,’ DiMejo said.

‘There are many things for which people are fined, for which there is really no victim.’

DiMezzo also identifies as a ‘high priest’ of the Reformed Satanic Church, which describes itself as ‘an organization devoted to the sovereignty of the individual and a principle of non-aggression.’

Unlike the Church of Satan, the Reformed Satanic Church does not define itself as a religion.

‘We are an anti-religion,’ the organization’s website claims.

‘Religion is authoritarian; We consider all declared authorities to be arbitrary and support the threats of force and violence.

‘Whether it is to follow the awards of this right is one’s own decision, but the choice is seriously to make a person; The use of that sacred option produces obedience motivated by fear, not respect. ‘

The Church adds: ‘Lucifer is not our God nor our King. Lucifer is our example.

‘As they refused to obey the arbitrary orders of an authority, so shall we.

‘Ethics is determined by discretion, not by the hierarchical ranking of a decree.’

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