In this vein, Trump. Issued a statement Wednesday, “If we do not address the 2020 presidential election fraud (which we have fully and finally documented), Republicans will not vote in ’22 or ’24. This is the most important thing for Republicans.” Is.
Just a quick fact check: After more than 60 court visits and dozens of recounts in several swing states, zero military fraud has been documented. Even Arizona’s Trump supporters, biased, have dried up on the front of shameful audit fraud.
Anyway, don’t get distracted. Awaiting message from GOP. Positive about 2022 and all the policy reforms Republicans have proposed to move the country forward. (Honest question: Has anyone heard of a single Republican offering a single policy in support of his mysterious vision for the United States?)
So to Trump’s excitement of GOP voters and the threat of non-participation in the medium term – this is Republican’s worst fear. This is the scene where they make a deal with the devil, and then the devil chases them, walks with his soul while giving nothing in return. Based on Trump’s statement, that’s exactly what the Republicans did.
In response to Trump’s statement, the House GOP campaign chair expressed enthusiasm.
“He’s a private citizen and he deserves his opinion,” said Minnesota Rep. Tom Emer, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, when asked about Trump’s continued obsession with the 2020 election.
But it is important to note that the statement that Trump issued is not just a matter of messaging for the GOP – it is a matter of strategy. That’s entirely possible – and some may argue, possibly that Trump is right. One group of his voters is not interested in an election where Trump is not the focus (ie on the ballot).
This has been proven in several elections – including the governor races in Kansas (2019) and Louisiana (2020) where Trump urged his supporters to see only Democrats as dominant.
And then there’s the Georgia race in January, where Republicans made almost the exact same bet in the 2022 round – they kept the loser Trump close, hoping he’ll keep his voters busy even as he talks about 2020. Were upset and Georgia GOP failure results. We all know what happened there – two Democrats replaced two sitting GOP senators. But Why That’s what really matters.
After analysis of voting records, Atlanta Journal Constitution Written In February:
The U.S. Senate was on the Line of Control, but many Georgia Republicans – at least some affected by the loss of Donald Trump – stayed home instead of voting in the January election.
His absence from the election helped hand Georgia and the Senate over to Democrats.
More than 752,000 Georgian voters who voted in the presidential election did not return to re-election just two months later.
Democratic voters were happy with Biden’s victory, but Trump has had a disappointing effect on GOP voters for the sake of this piece.
Trump is now promising to run again next year if Republicans fail to “solve” the 2020 non-existent voter fraud and find a way to reverse the election. So Trump is now cursing Republicans for doing something that is impossible for him.
Republicans in leadership positions can now expect Trump’s remarks to be questioned again and again, and the statement he made about the sad turnout. Trump’s statement actually goes beyond the “theft” statement, which raises questions about what kind of action Republicans intend to take. This is now a two-part test for GOP lawmakers: Do you support Trump’s fabricated “fraud,” and what are you going to do about it?
And of course, Republicans can be great, but in the end, they can’t talk about losing the election to Trump. Trump’s voters are unlikely to be happier than Georgia’s Senate race after Trump spent two months threatening senior state GOP officials.
At the same time, being dragged into constant questions about alleged fraud that has never been proven is not exactly the same focal point that is likely to attract former Republican voters who cast ballots at the ballot box. Rejected Trump.
Simply put, there is no way for Republicans to express enough anger to appease Trump in 2020, while appealing to suburban voters who split from the GOP in both 2018 and 2020. Too many voters