You might be wondering why Democrats are trying so hard with their “J6 commission” against Donald Trump. Here’s why.
Despite what the media says, the 45th president continues to be a force to be reckoned with.
Regardless of his 2024 plans, he continues to dominate politics. And, once again, his endorsement record is second to none.
Candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump stayed red-hot Tuesday night in Colorado, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Utah, taking home sweeping wins in all states. The perfect night for Trump-backed Republicans puts the 45th President’s endorsement record at 144-10.
In Colorado, Trump-endorsed Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) handily secured her renomination in the Third Congressional District, beating out her primary challenger, Don Coram.
This week, Donald Trump-endorsed candidates in Colorado, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Utah ran for their GOP nominations.
And of the twelve candidates he backed, all of them won.
That brings his record for this primary cycle to a staggering 144 wins to 10 losses. Nobody can boast that kind of record. Not even close.
Among the candidates who secured Trump endorsements were Rep. Lauren Boebert, who during her first term shook up the House over concealed carrying.
Trump also backed Darren Bailey for Governor of Illinois. He also backed Sen. Mike Lee in Utah as well as NFL great Burgess Owens.
Many of these candidates were running for re-election and had stellar records. But it’s not a coincidence that Trump’s endorsement helped secure their wins.
President Trump continues to command attention and respect, especially within the GOP. Republican voters are eager to see his stamp of approval on a candidate.
If he refuses, it generally means that person is not an America-first candidate. And voters, eager to reverse the damage done by Joe Biden, won’t vote for them.
Republicans (and many independents and Democrats) are eager to elect candidates that will check Biden’s failures.
They also want to let Democrat politicians, who’ve been in control for over a year, just what they think of them.
And at the center of all this, is Donald Trump.
- Donald Trump’s endorsed candidates won their primaries this week, 12-0.
- This brings his current primary endorsement streak to 144-10.
- The 45th president’s endorsement often seals a GOP victory for candidates.