After years of reluctance to accept President Donald J. Trump’s tremendous popularity among the American people, some of Trump’s opponents are beginning to recognize the ‘writing on the wall’ that the MAGA King will certainly win the presidency in 2024.
The overwhelming notion that Monday’s FBI raid of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home might have consequences for 2024 by making Trump even more of a celebrity in the eyes of the American people and most importantly- the voters, is causing even the liberal New York Times to accept the MAGA reality.
Republicans and Independents view the FBI’s decision to conduct a raid on Trump as highly partisan, and this perception is likely to help Trump win the election. Even the left is beginning to recognize this.
Brian Kilmeade, a Fox News presenter, expressed alarm at the FBI’s raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. The function and ramifications of Attorney General Merrick Garland were discussed on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
“Garland’s admission was not a surprise. After all, this is the man who, spearheading the most wide-ranging investigation in the department’s history with the January 6 probe—I don’t know if you’ve noticed — this is the same Merrick Garland who used the Department of Justice and the FBI to target parents as domestic terrorists, which we know they are for exercising their right to free speech at school board meetings, which we televised a lot of it and play it back, even more of it.
While Merrick Garland has done nothing to even attempt to reduce skyrocketing violent crime, which is all around us in major cities, he has used his office to declare White supremacy the greatest domestic threat,” Kilmeade stated.
Check out this Fox News article about 61-year-old David Brooks, whom the New York Times labels a “conservative writer,” and ask yourself what he is attempting to “conserve.”
“The New York Times columnist David Brooks worried Thursday that the FBI’s raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home will help his chances of electoral victory in 2024. Brooks further argued Trump’s central message is that societal elites are ruining America and that there is a lot of truth in that.
“Why is Donald Trump so powerful?” Brooks asked. “How did he come to dominate one of the two major parties and get himself elected president?”
He said that Trump’s “narratives” and “powerful stories that ring true to tens of millions of Americans,” the most prominent of which is “that America is being ruined by corrupt coastal elites.”
“According to this narrative, there is an interlocking network of highly educated Americans who make up what the Trumpians have come to call the Regime: Washington power players, liberal media, big foundations, elite universities, woke corporations. These people are corrupt, condescending, and immoral and are looking out only for themselves,” he added.
He stated, “They are out to get Trump because Trump is the person who stands up to them. They are not only out to get Trump; they are out to get you.”
Brooks acknowledged that “this narrative has a core of truth to it” and that “highly educated metropolitan elites have become something of a self-enclosed Brahmin class.” However, he observed that “the Trumpian propaganda turns what is an unfortunate social chasm into venomous conspiracy theory.”
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“Trump’s political career has been kept afloat by elite scorn. The more elites scorn him, the more Republicans love him,” Brooks wrote.
He argued that the FBI’s raid of Trump’s residence has united the Republican Party.
“Several weeks ago, about half of Republican voters were ready to move on from Trump, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll. This week the entire party seemed to rally behind him,” Brooks wrote. CONTINUE READING…