The White House is clearly growing increasingly edgy over Trump’s continued popularity, which would explain why it likely had an indirect, at minimum, role in the highly unprecedented raid on Mar-a-Lago.
Predictably, a number of different constitutional experts, alongside other political analysts, have blasted the raid as utterly anti-American and likely illegal, especially considering the manner in which the agents went about the raid, including their demands to turn off the cameras.
After the latest round of pre-midterm elections, it is quite clear why the White House fears Trump so profoundly, considering the massive string of victories his endorsements enjoyed, once again.
In a post on his Truth Social platform, Trump celebrated a “fantastic evening of ALL WINS” with regards to the candidates he had backed for the primary races held on August 23.
“Great candidates!!!” Trump exclaimed enthusiastically before returning to Truth Social within an hour with specific details regarding specific numbers.
“26 and 0 tonight, turning numerous tight races into big and easy wins,” Trump continued excitedly, “overall for last 4 years, 98.4% on Endorsements!”
In the state of Oklahoma, Representative Markwayne Mullin was able to defeat T.W. Shannon, a banking executive, for a U.S. Senate seat during the Republican primary run-off election. If Mullin is able to win in November, then he will complete the remaining four years left in the term of Senator Jim Inhofe, who retired earlier in the year.
In the state of New York, three different Trump-endorsed representatives – Claudia Tenney, Elise Stefanik, and Nicole Malliotakis – all won their primary races.
And, in the state of Florida, a slew of Trump’s endorsements won, including John Rutherford, Anna Paulina Luna, Byron Donalds, Michael Waltz, and Matt Gaetz.
Gaetz constituted a particularly strong achievement for Trump, given the mainstream media’s active efforts in attempting to destroy Gaetz’s candidacy.