What did Joe Biden say? “MAGA Republicans” are a threat to our democracy? The left has spent the better part of the Summer trying to drive a wedge between America-First conservatives and voters.
Biden is desperately trying to make voters forget how terrible his administration has been. He has tried to convince voters that Trump (and those like him) will destroy our country.
But in New Hampshire, Republican voters weren’t listening. And “MAGA” candidates swept last night’s primaries.
President Donald Trump didn’t endorse in any of the Granite State GOP primaries for federal office, and it looks like he didn’t need to. “MAGA Republican” won all three races, and against better-funded, GOP-Establishment-backed candidates.
The star of the night was First Congressional District candidate Karoline Leavitt, who wasn’t even old enough to serve until she turned 25 last month. A Granite State native and graduate of St. Anselm College, Leavitt moved back to New Hampshire less than 18 months ago, after serving as a communications staffer in the Trump White House and then for Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) the third-highest-ranking Republican in the House. [Source: NH Journal]
Wow, this is embarrassing, even for old Joe.
Biden and the left have staked their 2022 chances on slandering, not only Trump but these “extreme” MAGA Republicans. Democrats are trying to scare voters, including GOP voters, from supporting candidates that want to put America ahead of socialism, globalism, and the D.C. swamp.
But this week in New Hampshire, the left failed.
Republican voters nominated all three “MAGA Republicans” running in the primaries. These candidates beat better-funded establishment candidates. Don Bolduc, a former general, won his primary race for U.S. Senate without spending a penny on TV ads.
But the star of the night was Karoline Leavitt, a 25-year-old “MAGA” Republican who previously worked in President Trump’s press shop and later for Rep. Elise Stefanik. If she wins the general election, she will be the youngest woman to serve in Congress, beating previous record holder, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
It’s worth noting that Trump did not publicly endorse any of these candidates (though he celebrated their wins on TRUTH Social). But their rivals did their best to connect them to Trump and the MAGA movement. Despite this, voters were more than eager to support them.
Once again, reality seems to be defying the left’s narrative. Americans don’t seem to think MAGA Republicans are a threat.
How will this shake out in November? We can’t predict the future, but it’s very likely Democrats will be disappointed, once again.
Author: Jim Stone