More donors and Republican establishment hacks and pundits are all admitting that Trump’s victory is inevitable. Ron DeSantis is imploding. He had such a promising future, but instead, DeSantis decided to listen to the Republican establishment snakes who made him believe they, together, could take Trump out.
BREAKING: DeSantis just went on MSNBC and suggested Trump should be removed from the primary if he is convicted in any of the cases against him pic.twitter.com/bDPZXPPIus
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 2, 2023
– Donald Trump is being described as “inevitable” for a second term by pundits and donors.
– He leads all polls by double digits in every primary state and has secured significant endorsements, including Senator Rick Scott of Florida.
– Trump is gaining support from voters who traditionally voted Democrat, partly due to his perceived unfair legal persecution.
Pundits and donors are now using the term ‘inevitable’ to describe Trump’s second term. Right now, Donald Trump has raised $45.5 million in donations for the third quarter of 2023. He holds $36 million in cash for the GOP primary election and is leading all of the polls by double digits in every single primary state.
The endorsements continue to rack up. Senator Rick Scott of Florida, in a devastating dismissal of his governor, has officially endorsed President Trump. Trump continues to surge in the polls. According to the 538 polling average, he has a near 50-point lead over the pack.
Several donors, who, as Rich Baris of the People’s Pundit never tires of reminding us, are horrible political forecasters, are dismissing Trump’s 2024 chances. The members of the Republican donor class are politically illiterate. They believed they could sever MAGA voters from Trump by giving them an alternative, such as Ron DeSantis. Ben Shapiro and the Daily Wire expressed this idea.
The assumption made by these people here was that the indictments, as they piled up, would inevitably hurt Trump in the polls. They also assumed that Trump’s base is the same as the Republican Party base, and therefore an alternate candidate would poll the same way as Trump.
As it turns out, both of these assumptions were wrong. We now know that with every indictment, mugshot, and kangaroo court, Trump’s popularity grew. They are having the opposite effect these donor class idiots, along with the Democrats, predicted. The more they persecute, the more popular Trump gets.
Trafalgar polling recently found that 79% of Americans believe that we live in a two-tiered justice system that protects the establishment at the expense of average citizens. The most recent Harvard/Harris poll found that 55% of the population believes that the federal indictment against President Trump is politically motivated. A super-majority is emerging that appears ready to push back against this weaponized legalism and restore the rule of law.
This may be why Trump is so obviously crushing it here. More voters are galvanizing around Trump. The Washington Post recently came out and admitted that Trump is seeing levels of minority support no Republican has reached in half a century. Voters who have consistently voted Democrat are now voting for Trump almost solely based on the fact that the mugshot image made him one of them.
Robert Barnes observed that the mugshot transferred Trump from one cultural space (the New York billionaire former president) to another cultural space (someone legally persecuted by an unfair and unjust system). That transference has endeared Trump to voters who would have never considered him before. This weaponized legalism in all the indictments, court appearances, and mugshots has, contrary to what the donors and Democrats predicted, resulted in more people rallying around Trump rather than rejecting him!
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