By: Steven Johnson
You bet you bottom dollar they did. On November 3, 2020 Donald Trump won the presidential election by 10 million votes, then the next days a barrage of fake mail-in ballots from fake, illegal and dead voters started to chip in on his lead. Then three days later the media called the election for Joe Biden.
Now, even some Republicans are helping the robbers to get away with it. Govs. Brian Kemp of Georgia and Mike DeWine Ohio, both of whom are up for reelection in 2022 have failed to support president Trump in his bid to overturn elections results in their states and for that they should no longer be governor. The Republican Party belongs to President Trump and if you cross him you should pay. Trump should use his post-presidency to exact revenge on the enemies starting with these two Republican governors.
While the 2022 midterm elections are a ways off, the president could encourage primary challengers in both states raising the prospect that these two governors will be forced into ugly and expensive nomination fights with more loyal Republicans candidates.
Even though Trump will no longer be president, his stranglehold on the conservative base of the party gives him huge political currency that he can use to prepare for 2024 when Biden will be up for reelection.
Trump received nearly 76 million votes, his strength among GOP primary voters in every state and district in the nation is unmatched.
He is able to make or break candidates in GOP primaries for years to come after he leaves the White House.
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