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Now that Trump is irrelevant, where do things go from here??

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40 mins ago, Shipwreck said:

I support Kemp.  I have barely heard a peep out of Trump as I dont consume that media purposely.

 

I think most of us here feel that way.  Our overriding sentiment here is hoping he does not meddle anymore.  I am eternally grateful for what he did, but its time he move on.  We have.

 

Consider doing the same.  You are for whatever reason obsessed with him.  Its strange.  When you make these threads its almost universally a SMDH moment for us all here.

It's the media Outlets he subscribes to that are Obsessed.  Instead of Covering the Success of Team Biden they focus on Trump - go figure 

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From a bio on Mike Murphy 

 

Having handled strategy and advertising for more than 26 successful gubernatorial and Senatorial campaigns, including 12 wins in “blue” states that have consistently voted Democratic in Presidential elections. He served as a top campaign advisor to John McCain, Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush and Arnold Schwarzenegger, along with dozens of other GOP Senators, Governors and Members of Congress. Murphy has worked on five GOP Presidential campaigns and for foreign leaders in Europe and Latin America. He also advises several Fortune 500 corporations, as well as several Hedge Funds and Trade Associations. In 2020 he served as a key strategist for Republican Voters Against Trump”

 

The last sentence and the RINO’s he campaigned for makes everything he says about Trump irrelevant and biased! He lives in So CA, works for a University and is a entertainment writer. 
 

Trump showed by listening to his voters and seeing what the biggest roadblocks were for their success that by resolving them our country and economy got stronger. It wasn’t “Trumps movement “ but what the country wanted and needed and used his position to eliminate our roadblocks instead of putting more roadblocks in our way. I personally hope he does not run in 2024 but do hope we get a GOP in the WH that will continue down the same paths Trump was working to improve. 

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40 mins ago, Dave S said:

where is Trump's name and photo on this?

Here you go Dave:eek: How many times? try 500,000:laugh:

 

Trump's political committee gives $500,000 to group aiming to defeat Georgia's GOP governor

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3 hours ago, Markushook said:

 No idea. He’s been irrelevant for 17months and yet you blather on daily about him. 
What happens? Perhaps you’ll move on? 

yup! he lives rent free in more peoples heads than any other person...ever!

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2 hours ago, codfish said:

But according to Trump this was the one that mattered 

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Cod, The major reason Kemp is ahead is because the defeated Stacey Abrams the last time and the people of Georgia absolutely do not want Abrams to win.

 

Republican Turnout for the Primaries is up 96% and the Dems only 29%.

 

That is a YUGE enthusiasm gap and Latinos, Asians, and Blacks are turning out for the GOP in record numbers never seen before.

 

There are exactly 3 non-Trump endorsed candidates that won or look like the will win and they are the exception not the rule. 

 

Prepare yourself for a Red Tsunami.

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8 mins ago, Long Wader said:

Cod, The major reason Kemp is ahead is because the defeated Stacey Abrams the last time and the people of Georgia absolutely do not want Abrams to win.

 

Republican Turnout for the Primaries is up 96% and the Dems only 29%.

 

That is a YUGE enthusiasm gap and Latinos, Asians, and Blacks are turning out for the GOP in record numbers never seen before.

 

There are exactly 3 non-Trump endorsed candidates that won or look like the will win and they are the exception not the rule. 

 

Prepare yourself for a Red Tsunami.

Look at the bright side 22 percent of Republicans still support Trump in Ga and 31 percent in PA:eek:

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4 hours ago, codfish said:

“This was the biggest political fight of the midterms for Donald Trump and he lost it by double digits,GOP operative Mike Murphy told Yahoo News. “Governor Kemp has proven that a conservative with a strong record who is not afraid to square off against Trump can not only fend off the Donald, but can actually beat the former president quite badly.

 

Who will step forward to lead the Republican Party??

Murphy?! Really? What do you know about Murphy and his recent history of failure as a political advisor to soft GOP?

 

Murphy has advised the failed campaigns for high office of  John McCain, Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney. In the 1990s and early 2000s, he has previously advised John Engler, Spencer Abraham, Christie Whitman, Lamar Alexander, Meg Whitman, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

 

Murphy is a failure as a consultant, is a progressive GOP and devout anti-Trumper - so why should his opinion matter to anyone BUT LIBERALS?  

 

Beyond that, Trump lost the big one because of personal animus against Kemp, not because he did a political calculation. Murphy referring to Kemp in such laudatory terms is funny, given Murphy has never been hired by strong conservative in the past. 

 

What Murphy fails to mention, and you would likely prefer to avoid discussing, is that Trump is still running north of 90% on his most recent rounds of endorsements, even after this week. 

 

 

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If Trump decides to run in 2024, wins the Republican nomination, wins the electoral count in moderate swing States, gets a majority of independent votes and wins the general election, will Trump be "irrelevant"?

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Just now, Dogfish Between Jetties said:

If Trump decides to run in 2024, wins the Republican nomination, wins the electoral count in moderate swing States, gets a majority of independent votes and wins the general election, will Trump be "irrelevant"?

Unfortunately Trump remains extraordinarily relevant, Codfish is trying to make himself feel better, and maybe get some Trump supporters to rise to his spread in the process 

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5 mins ago, RiverRaider said:

Unfortunately Trump remains extraordinarily relevant, Codfish is trying to make himself feel better, and maybe get some Trump supporters to rise to his spread in the process 

Trump would have been Relevant had OZ won like Kemp did, Oz won by 3/10 of a point Kemp won 50 points, sorry guys but the math speaks volumes:)

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50 mins ago, codfish said:

Look at the bright side 22 percent of Republicans still support Trump in Ga and 31 percent in PA:eek:

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So the candidate, their platform and the fact they are an incumbent that beat Abrams the last time has nothing to do with the outcome of the primary race.  It is all about three candidates that Trump endorsed that are not going to win and the other 83 he endorsed that are going to win are irrelevant.

 

Trump's endorsed candidates have a 96.5 percent success rate and non-Trump endorsed 3.57 percent.

 

A  3.57% win rate is pretty much ridiculous and borders on totally irrelevant.

 

You useful idiot Leftwing sycophant Cod.

 

 

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