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President Donald J. Trump is continuing his search for truth when it comes to the 2020 Presidential Election. This is a good thing.

But some of his endorsements during the 2022 election cycle cannot be reconciled with those concerns. And it is causing confusion for any Trump supporters paying attention.

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Trump endorsed Kevin McCarthy recently. And we all know what McCarthy said on a recording to Liz Cheney about Trump, Jan. 6 and the election.

Yet he endorsed McCarthy anyway.

Trump did the same thing here in Iowa with Chuck Grassley. Grassley essentially called Mike Lindell a liar, voted to certify the election and said there is little opportunity for Trump to lead the Republican Party.

Yet he endorsed him anyway.

Trump continues to criticize some people who he doesn’t believe did enough in regards to the 2020 election, yet he endorses others who did far less.

For instance, Trump called Bill Barr a “weak and frightened Attorney General who was always being ‘played’ and threatened by the Democrats and was scared stiff of being impeached.”

“How do you not get impeached? Do nothing, or say nothing, especially about the obviously RIGGED & STOLEN Election or, to put it another way, THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY!”

Trump called Barr a “coward.”

Yet Barr didn’t do anymore or less than Grassley. So why was Grassley endorsed and now Barr is criticized for doing nothing about the “crime of the century?”

I mean, Grassley has done nothing too.

If Trump really believes — REALLY believes — that the 2020 Presidential Election is the “crime of the century,” then why did he endorse candidates who certified it?

It makes no sense. At least not practically.

It only makes sense if Trump is endorsing based on politics. Which many of his supporters like to think he wouldn’t do.

I share many of the same concerns with the 2020 Presidential Election as Trump. Which is why I struggle to understand his mindset in endorsing politicians who have moved on from the 2020 Election long ago.

If someone really believes the election was the “crime of the century,” there is no possible way to reconcile endorsing politicians like McCarthy and Grassley.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I agree with your comments. As millions of others, I do believe gross, unconstitutional, criminal irregularities occurred in 2020. I voted for Trump and know he did great things for our country. Unfortunately, his massive ego got in the way resulting in the disastrous Republican defeat in Georgia – the singular event that turned the balance of the Senate and gave The Biden administration the ability to inflict their un-American socialist agenda.

    Personally, I hope Trump backs off and let’s one of the outstanding young Conservatives like Ron DeSantis run in 2024. Trump on the ballot in 2024 will only create more discontent in this troubled nation.

  2. It seems Trump made many dire mistakes in his appointments. He also allowed Fauci, Birx and Redman to run the covid show far too long. His policies were working but the man appears to have no critical thinking skills when it comes to trusting and putting people in charge. This lack of discernment makes many of us wary of his actual loyalty to conservatism.

  3. So true. Trump IS doing such things and it is very confusing to his base. If he does endorsements just for political gains, God help us!

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