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From President Donald J. Trump:

In recent months, the “red wave” of the upcoming midterm elections seemed to be losing steam.


Gas prices had begun to drop from their peaks, job numbers were beginning to bounce back and inflation is now at “0 percent” according to President Joe Biden. These and other factors, such as mainstream media support, seemed to be keeping the political pendulum on the blue side.

In recent weeks, liberal media mainstays such as The Washington PostThe New York Times and CNN have all been reporting that the 2022 midterms weren’t necessarily a lost cause for Democrats.

Then, last Monday, came the FBI’s raid at Mar-a-Lago — the Palm Beach County, Florida, club where former President Donald Trump has a home.

In a poll conducted by The Trafalgar Group over the next two days, roughly 1,000 likely voters were asked, “Does the FBI raid on President Trump increase your motivation to vote in the 2022 election?”

Read the full article by Michael Austin and Ole Braatelien with the Western Journal here

Author: Press Release

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