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Blaming Trump for the Midterms

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Posted By: GustoGrabber, 11/19/2022 7:25:33 AM

In the days following the 2022 midterms, some self-anointed conservative thought leaders, who were never all that pro-Trump to begin with, have officially thrown the 45th President under the bus. These spineless conservatives have frolicked over to the DeSantis camp in a way that almost seems as if it was choreographed. Just like that, Trump is yesterday’s news -- he is to be discarded and forgotten about. ‘We need to move on from Trump!’ they’ll sheepishly exclaim. To that I say: pathetic… absolutely pathetic. This kind of thinking, to put it euphemistically, is unsound and illogical. While it’s hard to put a positive spin on the mediocre midterm results,

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Rich323 11/19/2022 7:34:17 AM (No. 1337431)
They dissed his MAGA candidates and McConnell, McCarthy and McDaniel gave the MAGA candidates campaign money to pet RINOs. In addition, Ronna Romney sat on her ass for two years and did nothing about voter fraud or adapting to new Democrat campaign tactics. The RNC and the three Mc’s own this.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: lakerman1 11/19/2022 7:48:14 AM (No. 1337441)
My 2nd son, age 51, is a far left liberal, but is also capable of rational analysis. He pinted out that the under 30 population voted at higher rates, and said the motivating factor was abortion. Had the Hobbs decisin not been made before the election, there would have been a red wave. I would add that the false promise by Dementia Jo on student loans, turned into some votes. And specific to Pennsylvania, the republican nominee for governor was a train wreck, and that helped Fetterman defeat Oz. In 2024, 23 dimocrats will be defending their senate seats, and jst 10 republicans will be defending. Let's see if the RNC can come up with good candidates.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: spacer 11/19/2022 7:49:28 AM (No. 1337442)
The two shock jocks that are in Rush's time slot fit the mold. These two clowns came up with a real conspiracy of how the dark dem money actually threw tons of bucks to Trump people to help them win the primaries because the dems knew they were too radical and connected to President Trump THEN lose to the dem in the election. And by Gum it worked. Yeah that's the ticket. Trumps fault.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: ARKfamily 11/19/2022 8:01:33 AM (No. 1337455)
#2, look at who made the Hobbs decision. They wouldn't even review any of the 2020 election fraud but seemed to regain a conscious and decided on Roe vs Wade. Tragically, we have a Supreme Court that is no longer a justice system and now just a political system. That decision benefitted Joe Biden, Democrats and liberals and they knew it. Somehow we will never know where the leak originated. The only thing I blame Donald Trump for is that he is too visible. He lets the enemy know what he is doing.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: chumley 11/19/2022 8:42:41 AM (No. 1337481)
I'm seeing it too. As recently as a few weeks ago I had good feelings about DeSantis and could have supported him. After seeing the dirty tricks his people are doing against Trump, those good feelings are waning fast. It appears he may be no different from any other swamp creature. It is looking like it is a mistake to support any politician.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Muguy 11/19/2022 8:45:45 AM (No. 1337486)
Benedict Turtle McConnell pulled $$$$ from those who Trump had endorsed so they lost, even though the demonrat socialist Marxists OUTSPENT them for 4 or 5 to 1. RNC Chairwoman was ineffective and its time for Miiten's niece to go! Pray that Lee Zeldin will take a shot at it-- his campaign fell a bit short of victory, but he brought many others to victory on his coat tails! The BASE no longer falls for the gaslighting that everything the Vegetable does is perfect and we rubes and "smelly Walmart people" are misguided if we don't go along...
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Reply 7 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/19/2022 8:54:30 AM (No. 1337501)
Voters don’t care much for zealotry.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Califedup 11/19/2022 9:17:56 AM (No. 1337524)
And now reports are starting to surface that McCarthy who is vying to be the next Speaker, took cash from the FTX thieves and set up a secret PAC to funnel the cash to stop any MAGA candidates from winning. We no longer have a two party system merely a system that is totally corrupt, traitorous, and dedicated to enslaving us. Do not get fooled by all these republicans in the House announcing all the investigations they will be conducting because it is all BS and they are as corrupt as the Communist Death Democrats. It is all just BS.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: bad-hair 11/19/2022 9:21:09 AM (No. 1337526)
Trump will be a guaranteed one-term 80 year old president that I voted for twice. Move-on. DeSANTIS
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Reply 10 - Posted by: felixcat 11/19/2022 9:23:38 AM (No. 1337528)
Gov DeSantis has done a great job in Florida. And I think the Trump model was his encouragement to buck the establishment with respect to covid, Disney, etc. He's only 44 so has a couple of decades ahead of him. He ran for a second term as Governor. Be nice if her serve all four years... And yes, if it wasn't for Trump's support, it would have been Gov Gillum. As for Rove and Co., they are so 2000ish. It's no longer the Bush Republican party. And so far, it certainly is not the DeSantis, Youngkin or Winsome Sears (Lt GOv - VA) Republican party. But Trump needs to come out and say that until we elect enough strong Republicans to governorships and state legislatures where they can restore normal voting laws, we have to vote by the same laws that the Dems do. Early voting, mail in ballots, etc. We cannot fight the Left with both hands tied behind our backs.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: spacer 11/19/2022 9:25:11 AM (No. 1337530)
To paraphrase a great American ....zealotry in the defense of liberty is no vice.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 11/19/2022 9:27:42 AM (No. 1337532)
I am not leaving Trump, and I AM leaving anyone who leaves Trump. "If we do not hang together then we shall surely hang separately." 'Nuf said?
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Reply 13 - Posted by: paral04 11/19/2022 9:51:58 AM (No. 1337556)
The losses had nothing to do with Donald Trump. McConnell deliberately sabotaged the midterms as he didn't want to lose power in the Senate. He also tried to ensure that the House Republicans were RINO's. This and the rampant cheating in Democrat districts did not help the Red Wave either.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: judy 11/19/2022 9:59:03 AM (No. 1337568)
Fox started the's Trump fault...with Ryan, Cavuto, Varney...Cavuto's daily guest was a Trump hater. I never trusted Fox after their super early call on 2020 election results. I also noticed DeSantis, Youngkin & Pence campaigned together & purposely left Trump out...none of their candidates won! Mitch blaming Trump is a joke ...he never campaigned , he pulled $$$ from senate races, trashed the candidates & placed $$ where it was not Alaska. This race proved Mitch is a corrupt politician & his fake republican followers are more fake. Mitch thinks people like Haley, Hutchison, Pence can win!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 11/19/2022 10:00:10 AM (No. 1337574)
I blame Ronna Romney and McConnell.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: PCMM 11/19/2022 10:04:59 AM (No. 1337585)
Again, everyone stuck in the narrative. Vote FRAUD is the REAL REASON for the election results and any fool who gets sidetracked by the political bickering is nothing more than a dog chasing its tail.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: ToryWhite 11/19/2022 10:15:27 AM (No. 1337605)
Oh well, nothing new really Rove, a Bush boy, hates Trump. Along with his buddy-in-arms Peggy Noonan, his columns are pathetically transparent, clunkily written, and smug. They both want, along with the rest of the swamp media, for Trump to die or go away, probably in that order. Fact is, 2022 changes nothing about Trump and 2024. His base is going nowhere, and hasn't since the mid-terms. Two more years of the Dems, and his base will only grow, a lot. DeSantis is currently lucky and out of his league, if he tries to grab the golden ring. I for one am sick and tired of this recent B.S., so familiar and so weak.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: moebellini3 11/19/2022 10:59:32 AM (No. 1337663)
Every analysis given never takes into account that democrats just keep finding and counting ballots until they win. It's why Florida had the red wave. Their elections are under control and their mail in ballots are regulated. Nobody is dropping off thousands of fraudulent ballots in the middle of the night. In Florida, by midnight, election they know who the winners were. Some states are still counting. A freakin disgrace.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Californian 11/19/2022 11:09:59 AM (No. 1337674)
The only analysis necessary: it was vote fraud. Again. Any article or opinion piece that doesn't put vote fraud right at the top as the core or only reason for a red puddle is garbage. Florida tossed out all the vote fraud options. Result? Florida is now 100% red. Other states enhanced vote fraud such as California, New York, Arizona. Result? Red wave turned to red puddle. Does anyone seriously think with cpi at 8% and real inflation much higher that people voted for more of that because they don't like Trump's tweets? Wildly ridiculous and instantly dismissible.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: RockiesFan 11/19/2022 1:58:37 PM (No. 1337804)
Trump had three tremendous years as president. He broke the old Bush GOP and helped make the party more blue collar friendly. He blew COVID and bought us Fauci (why he doesn’t get more blowback from that is a mystery) and he extended the lockdowns. MAGA needs to come to terms with the fact that just as Hillary brings out red voters, Trump will never win back the independents and moderates. They hate him. He’s his own worst enemy and he is a bad judge of character. I suspect he elevates people who flatter him not if they are competent.
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