President Donald J. Trump’s popularity ratings have climbed since the highly controversial FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida early last week. In a short period of time, Trump reemerged as the underdog, prompting even his opponents to halt in their animosity and embrace the 45th president.
And it should come as no surprise that his popularity is rising, given that no one likes the corrupt FBI actions that have been endorsed by Democrats Joe Biden, Merrik Garland, and other FBI and DOJ actors.
After so many frauds perpetrated by the FBI and the mainstream media, the public is utterly outraged, and recent surveys indicate that even more people than before would support Donald Trump in any future elections he decides to enter.
The Daily Mail reported “The passion shown on behalf of the president’s most ardent fans – visible outside Mar-a-Lago all week – continued to Trump’s Bedminster, New Jersey golf club on Sunday.”
Trump has continued to receive support. According to Jayne Zirkle, who has been reporting from the location for a week, Trump supporters have conducted a week-long vigil near his house in Florida.
Near the club, Trump supporters waving banners like ‘SAVE AMERICA’ and ‘YOU RAIDED THE WRONG PRESIDENT’ proclaimed their commitment to Trump and his America First program.
Here is more of Zirkle’s film of Trump fans who believe he is being mistreated and who claim that their support for Trump’s America First agenda is the reason they want him to return to the White House:
HAPPENING NOW: Trump supporters line street to Mar-A-Lago following FBI raid which took place at the property on Monday.
Supporters have been here all week since. pic.twitter.com/pzU6MFQh8J
— Jayne Zirkle (@JayneZirkle) August 13, 2022
Trump is viewed as a combative champion. Last week, Trump asked that the FBI release to him any attorney-client documents confiscated from Mar-a-Lago during Monday’s search, and he has been perceived as the victim of yet another FBI scam.
According to the surveys, the public’s fury over how Trump and his family have been handled is becoming an asset for Trump.
The public favors Trump’s handling of perceived conflicts of interest and abuse of power by the ‘administrative state’, according to public opinion polls.
“The polls are going in Trump’s direction,” observed the Daily Mail as Americans awaited Trump’s formal announcement that he will run for president again in 2024.
The Daily Mail said that “The former president’s share of the potential Republican primary voters boosted from 53 percent in mid-July to 57 percent on August 10, according to a Politico/Morning Consult poll.”
This is coupled with a six-point decline for his most formidable prospective opponent, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who fell from 23 percent to 17 percent in the two surveys.
“Donald Trump gets 10-point bump over Florida Gov Ron DeSantis among GOP primary voters after Mar-a-Lago FBI raid, which he brands ‘an abuse in law enforcement and ‘sneak attack on democracy’.” On Sunday, the Daily Mail lead with.
Trump had also spoken at the time.
‘Oh great! It has just been learned that the FBI, in its now famous raid of Mar-a-Lago, took boxes of privileged ‘attorney-client’ material, and also ‘executive’ privileged material, which they knowingly should not have taken,’ he wrote on Truth Social, citing a Fox News article.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“EXCLUSIVE: The FBI seized boxes containing records covered by attorney-client privilege and potentially executive privilege during its raid of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, sources familiar with the investigation told Fox News, adding that the Justice Department opposed Trump lawyers’ request for the appointment of an independent, special master to review the records.
Sources familiar with the investigation told Fox News Saturday that the former President’s team was informed that boxes labeled A-14, A-26, A-43, A-13, A-33, and a set of documents—all seen on the final page of the FBI’s property receipt —contained information covered by attorney-client privilege,” Fox reported. CONTINUE READING…