Here are 5 things in this week’s Election Insider:
1. Trump Won 51%
Trump won 51% of the Iowa vote, winning the state, and here are 4 are things you should know…
1. The results:
- Trump 51%
- DeSantis 21%
- Haley 19%
- Ramaswamy 7.7%
2. With this historical cold, there were 40% fewer voters than in 2016.
3. Many Democrats/Independents switched party registration to Republican to vote for Nikki Haley.
4. Trump performed as expected in the polls. DeSantis outperformed expectations but came short of creating momentum for his race. His evangelical ground game strategy paid off but fell short of dampening Trump’s support.
2. New Hampshire: Biden Confusion
New Hampshire Traditionally has been the second primary in the presidential cycle.
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) and President Biden’s marketing team decided to force New Hampshire to give up its second primary status and have the first Democratic primary in South Carolina.
In 2020, Biden lost New Hampshire but won South Carolina.
New Hampshire refused to go along, becoming a war between the New Hampshire Democrat party and the DNC.
This poses a problem for Biden because he is not on the ballot, so now he’s trying to do a write-in campaign.
The DNC says they won’t see any New Hampshire delegates in the upcoming Democratic convention in Chicago— In other words they will not recognize the election results. If anyone wants to support Biden, they will have to write in his name.
However, Congressman Dean Phillips and cult author Marianne Williamson are on the ballot, and it’s likely that one of them will win over Biden’s write-in votes.
That, of course, will be very embarrassing for Biden and send a negative message about his viability as a candidate… The drama continues.
3. Two Drop out of the presidential race:
Vivek Ramaswamy and Asa Hutchinson both dropped out of the presidential race.
Vivek has now endorsed President Trump.
4. Trump’s win created drama and is a preview of things to come in media coverage for the 2024 election.
MSNBC refused to air Trump’s victory speech.
And CNN aired a few seconds of it before cutting away.
Because they don’t want their audiences to hear Donald Trump.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said:
“Of course, there is a reason that we and other news organizations have generally stopped giving an unfiltered, live platform to remarks by former President Trump. There is a cost to us as a news organization for knowingly broadcasting untrue things. That is a fundamental truth of our business and who we are. And so, his remarks tonight will not air here live. We will monitor them and let you know about any news that he makes.”
Such blatant censorship shows the totalitarian mind of the radical left.
5. The Importance Of Voting For A Good Attorney General
- Nineteen state attorneys general (all Republicans) are warning against new regulations from the Biden Administration that would essentially ban Christian families from serving as foster parents.
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