Whether The Establishment likes it or not, Donald Trump’s MAGA movement is a dominant force in American politics today.
The removal of Trump from office by rigging the 2020 presidential election using a synthetic virus from China as a way to manipulate the democratic process was not enough to kill off the political movement he created.
America First policies, whether it be legislation or merely a general philosophy, is popular with most of the country — even more popular than liberals care to admit. If Americans were honest with themselves, and they removed the personality cult surrounding Donald Trump, they’d concede that his policies as POTUS did more to transform the country for the positive than any other modern-day commander in chief.
Since Trump’s removal from office, voters in the U.S. are deciding whether or not to keep the MAGA train moving. A slew of primary elections have thus far served as a referendum on Trumpism, on the Former President’s policies, and on his general approach to governance — and thus far the country has spoken.
Candidates endorsed by Former President Trump will go on to win their primary elections 90% of the time. This mathematical reality cannot be ignored, obfuscated, or watered down no matter how hard RINOs or Democrats try. THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WANT TRUMP.
On Tuesday, the state of Florida held its primary elections and the results were typical of what we’ve already seen across the country so far.
Anna Luna, an American First candidate endorsed by Donald Trump, defeated a crowded field of congressional hopefuls for the Republican nomination for Florida’s 13th Congressional District.
The recently redrawn seat, which is held by Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist, who is running for governor, is more right-leaning than the previous lines, providing Republicans with a slight edge in the general election.
The race between Air Force veteran Luna, attorney Kevin Hayslett, and GOP strategist Amanda Makki was heated, with all candidates touting their support of Former President Donald Trump in an effort to court his base. Businesswoman Christine Quinn and law student Moneer Kheireddine also vied for the nomination.
Trump opted to endorse Luna, who defeated Makki in the 2020 GOP primary but was defeated by Crist, in the race, but Trump allies, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn, backed Hayslett in the primary, which outside groups poured money into to boost their preferred candidates.
Luna had a fundraising edge over Hayslett, with the latest campaign finance reports showing her raising $1,951,455 since her campaign first launched, Hayslett raking in $1,591,026, and Makki raising $914,450. Both Quinn and Kheireddine came in under the $50,000 mark.
Luna is slated to face former Obama administration official Eric Lynn in the general election.
Author: Nolan Sheridan