DONALD TRUMP’S MIDTERM TRIUMPH: AN UNEXPECTED, BUT INSPIRING AMERICAN COMEBACK STORY

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DONALD TRUMP’S MIDTERM TRIUMPH: AN UNEXPECTED, BUT INSPIRING AMERICAN COMEBACK STORY

Midterm results continue to unfold across the country, leaving anxious Americans looking at some election results from Election Day and wondering, “Was there a red wave?”

Some voters were starting to feel frustrated with Michigan’s results in Tuesday’s hotly contested race. The legacy media continues to make matters worse and tries to convince Americans with a narrative that it is perfectly normal and acceptable to be forced to wait days or even weeks to find out the final vote count of an election.

Grateful to the patriots and freedom fighters of this great nation, the hard-fought battle at the ballot box was won on Tuesday. Despite mainstream spin and conservative pundits sharing depressingly sentimental tweets on social media, the future is bright.

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Several voting systems on Tuesday revealed key vulnerabilities that have long needed to be made public.

The American electoral system is a joke, but at least everyone knows it

Its first and biggest victory came Tuesday in Florida, where Gov. Ron DeSantis won his re-election by a 20-point spread. According to RSBN, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., was re-elected and the Florida Republican Party will hold supermajorities in both houses of the Legislature.

Florida on Tuesday night created a model of what the nation’s fast and clean elections could look like. This model in Florida has contributed to their quick vote count and easy election day results.

Given the total chaos in Arizona in places like Maricopa County and a questionable election system in Pennsylvania, this election, at the very least, proved that the current American electoral process is not broken but completely defunct.

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Big win

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Don’t believe any narrative that paints the America First movement as a failure because it isn’t true. He won 219 electoral votes to just 16 losses, a great demonstration of the strength of Trump’s support as Trump himself noted. “Despite winning so much, I have to put up with fake news,” Trump wrote Thursday on Truth Social. “

According to Fox News, Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wyoming all elected or reelected Republican governors. Vermont and New Hampshire also managed to re-elect Republican incumbent governors by wide margins.

The House race looked very promising Thursday morning for the GOP, according to Fox News, with Democrats holding the seat 185 to 208 so far.

Remember, only 218 seats are required for a majority.

The fate of the Senate majority appears to hinge on the outcome of three key races.

According to RSBN, at least one Republican will pick up a Senate seat in Alaska, forcing them to cancel senatorial elections in Arizona, Nevada and Georgia.

A third U.S. Senate nominee from Georgia, Herschel Walker, will head for a December runoff against incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock (Ga).

According to Fox News, the Republicans already hold 49 seats in the Senate and only 51 more seats would give them a majority.

This is very good news for advocates of conservatism. And a question arises without Trump, the Republican Party could have gone so far against the rigged and corrupt system?

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Absolutely not.

Here are some more victories to chew on, via RSBN:

  • Election: Senator-elect JD Vance, R-Ohio,
  • Reelection: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga.,
  • Reelection: Attorney General Ken Paxton, R-Texas,
  • Election: Congresswoman-elect Harriet Hageman, R-Wyo.,
  • Election: Senator-elect Ted Budd, R-N.C.”

More victories, and calls for courage

Our culture likes to see immediate results. Trump’s America First agenda mission, Saving America, and the candidates he has endorsed, is not a battle that can be won overnight. For example, the American Revolutionary War was an eight-year process, in which a large number of colonial lives were lost and numerous battles were bloody deranged.

The Battle of Lexington, America’s first movement, was Tuesday on Election Day. It was a shot heard around the world, signaling that despite the entrenched bigotry of leftist ideology and the dirty underbelly of a captive electoral system, Americans were still pushing for freedom.

The goal is not the number of seats won in the Senate or House. The goal is to fight day by day and move forward.

The midterms showed that America is still alive and kicking, raging against the corrupt machine and struggling to move forward through the ruins of Joe Biden’s pockmarked and failed American landscape.

President Trump has done an incredible job of mainstreaming the America First agenda, working overtime to ensure that the GOP has a meaningful and effective presence in the cesspool of Washington politics to bridge the gap between radical legislation and constitutional liberties.

The 45th president shared this message on Satya’s social media on Thursday:

“For the many people who are being fed the fake narrative from the corrupt media that I’m angry about the midterms, don’t believe it. I’m not angry at all, did a great job (I couldn’t run!), and am too busy looking to the future. Remember, I am a ‘fixed talent’.

Take heart, America. The midterms were a resounding success for freedom-loving citizens who were relentlessly dedicated to holding the line and keeping the flame of freedom burning.

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