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Oklahoma City, OK
Oct 05, 2023
By Bart Willbee

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma GOP is buzzing again, but this time, it’s not about a financial fiasco. In a surprising turn of events, Chairman Nathan “Chickasaw Warrior” Dahm has unveiled a fundraising gimmick that’s turning heads: an animated video starring none other than the “Action Figure Wayne Hill.”

But here’s the twist: this isn’t your average action figure adventure. Instead of battling fictional enemies, the animated Wayne Hill schools viewers on the core principles of the Republican Party, elucidating the cherished foundations of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

While the animated version meticulously breaks down the party structure, from precincts to the national level, insiders couldn’t help but notice Dahm’s attempt to fundraise off the wisdom of the real Wayne Hill. Many wonder if this is Dahm’s way of recognizing the true leadership potential of Hill, albeit in a rather unorthodox manner.

Grassroots conservatives have been quick to point out the irony. “It’s as if Dahm is hiding behind a toy, all the while being mesmerized by the profound insights of the real Wayne Hill,” commented a party activist.

As the video gains traction and fills the party’s coffers, the burning question remains: is Dahm genuinely trying to educate the masses using Hill’s wisdom, or is this just another flashy distraction to cover up the party’s past blunders?

Whatever the intention, the message is clear: Wayne Hill, be it in animated form or real life, is a beacon of knowledge and hope for the GOP.


Inside Look at Republican Party Structure with “Action Figure Wayne”

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