President Trump’s endorsements mean everything (except in the corrupt election process in Georgia).
President Trump’s endorsements are a win for nearly all candidates. The only real losses are with the top candidates in Georgia, where clearly there is something very bad still going on.
Last week the President’s record was 81 and 3.
In this past week’s primaries in Texas, Arkansas, and Alabama the President’s endorsements were undefeated. They went 33 and 0. Overall this makes the President 100 and 6 with 2 runoffs. The President shared the following:
A very big and successful evening of political Endorsements. All wins in Texas (33 & 0 for full primary list), Arkansas, and Alabama. A great new Senatorial Candidate, and others, in Georgia. Overall for the “Cycle,” 100 Wins, 6 Losses (some of which were not possible to win), and 2 runoffs. Thank you, and CONGRATULATIONS to all!
The results would be even better if it weren’t for Georgia. Corrupt Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and Governor Brian Kemp both somehow won their primaries in this state. They were both hated after their actions in certifying the corrupt 2020 Election results in their state. Raffensperger couldn’t be elected a delegate in his own precinct but somehow he wins the primary. Maybe this is what President meant when he said: “some of his endorsements were not possible”.
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