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Next Tuesday, November 15, is the date that every political pundit has marked on their calendar. On November 15, Donald Trump will be making an announcement showing that “Trump derangement syndrome” comes in different forms.
Many political pundits are putting on their Nostradamus hats while others are stating Trump’s 2024 presidential run as a fact. Fox News is in limbo because of the infectious “Trump derangement syndrome.” Some pundits on Fox News are blaming Trump, while others are anxiously waiting for November 15. It is becoming more apparent that the Republican party is divided. There are Republicans like McCarthy and McConnell who want to keep the “Uni-party” on the Hill, while there are Republicans like Kari Lake and Marjorie Taylor Greene who are willing to take the bull by the horns.
Mitch McConnell’s desire to keep the Uni-party alive and strong was more apparent when he spent money to slam Kelly Tshibaka, a Trump candidate running in Alaska. RINO pundits blame Trump for the lackluster Red Wave, but if people followed the money trail, Mitch McConnell spent more money on Lisa Murkowski to oust Tshibaka than on Blake Masters.
The Hill reported:
Former President Trump criticized Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Monday for supporting funds for GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s (Alaska) reelection bid against a fellow Republican rather than directing that money to Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters’s (R) race against a Democrat.
“The Old Broken Crow, Mitchell McConnell, is authorizing $9 Million Dollars to be spent in order to beat a great Republican, Kelly, instead of $9 Million Dollars that could be used for Blake Masters, and other Republicans, that with this money would beat their Democrat opponent,” wrote Trump in a statement, referring to Kelly Tshibaka, who will face off against Murkowski in November…
A report by the Anchorage Daily News published on Thursday found that the Senate Leadership Fund, a Republican PAC with ties to McConnell, funded television, radio and internet ads in Alaska slamming Tshibaka in support of Murkowski.
It wasn’t the Red tsunami we hoped for, but it shouldn’t surprise people who are paying attention. Arizona and Nevada are dragging their feet regarding counting the votes. Candidates like Dr. Oz were weak choices. Ron DeSantis won his race and delivered a Red wave in Florida because of the stark contrast that was clear to see between the Republicans and Democrats.
The Republican base is scrambling. People like Kayleigh McEnany are trying to save their political careers by remaining neutral because they don’t want to be on the losing side.
Maga Conservatives reported:
Kayleigh McEnany said on Fox News she would advise him to postpone until after Georgia. She said: “Getting Herschel Walker over the finish line. I know there’s a temptation to talk about 2024. No, no, no. 2022 is not over. No contender should announce for 2024 until we get through December 6th.
While Kayleigh’s statements are reasonable, she is now under the payroll of Fox News, and her statements should be taken with a grain of salt. She is towing the line, stating that she is entirely on board with Trump running again is not in her best interest if she wants to remain in good standing with Fox News.
As a senior Trump advisor has stated in a tweet, the media is recreating 2015-2016. No one wants to fully back Trump because they like that they are in full power. The elite is in control, and Fox News gets its high ratings because we average folks won’t watch Fox News unless we are angry.