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Trump slammed with brutal news from his own party

Mar 01, 2024
three Republican primaries up three Republican primaries down and far from closing this Trump's luck is actually getting worse for him this is exactly what I mean Trump got 51% of the vote in the Iowa caucuses and it's already a rocky start for a guy whose claim to fame is that he is the second coming of Christ within the Republican primaries, but he still had a lot of opponents in the primaries, so the benefit of the doubt maybe not so bad, so some of his rivals withdraw and then one imagines that Trump remains victorious in New York. Hampshire right wrong Trump only got 54% of the vote in New Hampshire, showing that there is now actually a pattern that underscores Trump's weakness.
trump slammed with brutal news from his own party
Jump to South Carolina, a much more conservative electorate. Everyone dropped out of the Republican primary except Nikki Haley, so Trump would surely consolidate. supported a small issue, he didn't, in fact he couldn't even get over 60%, meaning that in every primary state, Donald Trump could barely get over even half the votes of his own base, remember this one didn't It is the general electorate, there are no comments from the radical left, the communist Democrats included in those totals are Republican caucus attendees and Republican primary voters and, far from proving that he is a titan in the Republican Party, he receives the weekly message that half of his own base, the people who should be tricks for him, we don't agree with him as the

party

candidate, he will do all this tough guy song and dance, but anyone who has a half-fucked head knows that, by the way, this is a flashing red light for Trump.
trump slammed with brutal news from his own party

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trump slammed with brutal news from his own party...

Anyone who breathes that copium wants to know what it really looks like when a candidate unifies the

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in the Democratic primary in that same state of South Carolina. Joe Biden got 96% of the vote, that's what it looks like when a candidate is performing well, that's what it looks like when a candidate is liked by his own party. Trump can't pretend that he's performing well because we have the benefit of seeing what it looks like when a party's candidate actually has the support of his voters in In fact, that was a point that was made all over the place on Fox News .
trump slammed with brutal news from his own party
If you think about it, this is a unique election in the sense that we have basically two incumbents: Joe Biden, who is running for a second term, and Donald Trump, who is running for a second term right, and so how did he do? to Joe Biden in South Carolina? 96.2% of the vote, Donald Trump got 60% and between 4 and 10 Republican Party voters said no, even though they know the race is practically over and that he is going to be the nominee, they still voted in against him, that's a problem because when he says this is the most united Republican party he's ever seen, it's not the most united Republican party and you know things are going wrong when reality is acknowledged on Fox, but oh.
trump slammed with brutal news from his own party
The situation is made worse because of the 40% of South Carolina Republicans who chose Haley, 59% of them said they would not vote for Trump if he became the nominee. Let's be clear, a candidate can afford a small number of defections from within his own party. maybe a few percentage points, but not 59% of the 40% of voters, which is about a quarter of the Republican primary electorate, remember that Trump's only job here is to expand his coalition that he lost by a landslide. Within margins in states like Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin in 2020 and yet far from closing that margin, the guy is seeing massive defections within his own base, if that's not a warning sign I don't know what is , but just for fun, let's see what Fox News said about that, the real one.
The key here is this 59% of Haley voters who say they would not vote for Donald Trump if he became the candidate following approximately 24% of the Republican Party, which is in line with what the poll showed us by Sienna of the New York Times. It's almost a year ago in terms of the makeup of the Republican Party, where there were about 25% of Republicans who said they're never winners, and of course, let's do one more when we're asked if Trump would be fit to be president if convicted of a crime 82% of Haley voters said no 82% again A familiar pattern after the Iowa caucus 31% of Iowa Republican caucus attendees said no and in New Hampshire 42% said no No and I'm sure that's just hypothetical for now that the guy is facing four indictments and 91 criminal charges and I would bet my bottom dollar that he will be convicted and it's not like any of his recent court rulings have inspired much confidence having lost cases civil claims to the tune of $5 million, $83 million, and now $455 million, including prejudgment interest, so if Trump thinks these numbers are bad, wait until he's begging for campaign donations like a convicted felon and look, I can already hear the recoil.
Donald Trump is going to win every primary in every state and he will be the nominee and I'm all for it, but there's a big difference between limping your way through the nomination test and getting enough votes to win in November. Trump is doing the former and not doing the latter. That said, I'm going to offer the most important warning of all, if you care about democracy, ignore the primary results, ignore the horse race, ignore the polls, act like Donald Trump is up by 90 points, the fact is that there is a lot more at stake in this election than just a Democrat versus a Republican this is not about taxes or debt or any of the usual things, it is about democracy, it is about having the guarantee that there will be others elections after this one that should transcend partisan politics because not in vain, but there is nothing more conservative than preserving our own democracy, so I understand that a good part of the media coverage of the candidacy will focus breathlessly on the age of Biden or the Democrats and the mess and will never dare acknowledge the flashing red light that Donald Trump is dealing with, but there is a reason. that he is so weak and that is because of the unique threat he represents to this country, to the point that even his own primary base is starting to realize it.
Instead of ignoring these people, we should try to understand why so many of them are defecting. on it, first of all, is because it is a clear and present danger to the United States and the more reminders we can get of that point, the better before you go watch more of MSNBC's content, be sure to subscribe to this channel by clicking. the link right here on the screen and you can also follow the link to see exclusive content only on Tik Tok

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