One of the greatest testaments to the failure of the Biden administration includes the enormous success that former President Donald J. Trump has accrued over the course of the midterm primary elections, given the immense success that many of his endorsements have enjoyed.
In an upbeat post on Truth Social, a social media platform dedicated to preserving the First Amendment, Trump excitedly announced that “every single endorsed [MAGA] candidate won” during the primary elections taking place on June 14, 2022, “by big margins.”
The only anomaly included “one very long shot,” who still did vastly “better than anticipated” against a long-term incumbent.
“The ‘Impeacher’ was ousted without even a runoff,” Trump continued, “A GREAT night!”
A total of thirteen Trump-endorsed candidates competed in primary elections on June 14, chiefly in the primary races of Nevada and South Carolina.
Notably, several of these candidates have openly acknowledged the high likelihood of extreme fraud during the 2020 election, which would certainly explain the Democrats’ astonishingly brazen, anti-American behavior ever since Biden ascended to the White House in the most militarized fashion of any president in history.
One of Trump’s key victories included that of State Representative Russell Fry, who defeated Representative Tom Rice in South Carolina’s 7th Congressional District. Rice had been targeted by Trump due to his vote in favor of impeaching Trump following the tragic events of January 6.
“The biggest News of the evening so far is that Russell Fry beat Impeach Master Tom Rice with a Vote of more than 51 percent,” Trump declared, “therefore winning outright with no need for a run-off.”
On the other hand, Trump’s support for Katie Arrington did not translate into victory, as Representative Nancy Mace ended up succeeding, despite her criticism of Trump over the riot on Capitol Hill.
However, Trump previously acknowledged that Arrington’s victory would be a “long shot,” adding that she “overperformed” relative to the odds against her.
Trump also extended his congratulations to Mace, in spite of their previous history, noting that she was likely to succeed in November.
“Congrats to Nancy Mace, who should easily be able to defeat her Democrat opponent!” Trump proclaimed.
Other major Trump victories included the triumph of Republican Senator Tim Scott, who has been the target of virulent racist attacks from Democrats for standing by the former president.
Outside of South Carolina, Trump also enjoyed victories in Nevada, where Adam Laxalt achieved victory for a major Senate seat.
In addition, Governor Joe Lombardo achieved victory with 38 percent of the vote.