Here is THE HELL evangelicals have contributed to. They showed a President supernatural ways of playing dirty politics. Jesus can – never lose! Jesus – is God! This is why Christian leaders bid Trump to never admit defeat! It just can’t be. It means – SATAN WON!
I warned you! These devils threatened a prosecutor – because he is persecuting the subject of King Jesus and King David Trump?
Representative Adam Kinzinger, an Illinois Republican, recently suggested that Satan wrote a pro-Trump fundraising message that was sent out to conservative donors.
Kinzinger has become one of former President Donald Trump‘s most vocal critics in the wake of the November 2020 general election. He has repeatedly pushed back against the former president’s false claim that the election was “rigged” or “stolen” in favor of President Joe Biden.
In a Thursday post, Kinzinger re-tweeted a screenshot from a recent pro-Trump fundraising message sent to donors by the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC). The message disparaged would-be donors who had not yet contributed, suggesting they had betrayed the former president.
“You’re a traitor. You abandoned Trump,” the fundraising message said. It went on to say that that the donor had a “final chance to prove [their] loyalty.” Otherwise, they would be “branded a deserter.” It gave a timeframe of just 17 minutes to contribute before the threat would apparently be implemented.PauseCurrent Time 0:24/Duration 1:09Loaded: 100.00%Unmute0LQCaptionFull screenMcCarthy Calls Cheney, Kinzinger ‘Pelosi Republicans’, Jan. 6 Committee A ‘Sham’Click to expand
Satan (indirectly) and yes https://t.co/x4CnfzsqQ6— Adam Kinzinger (@AdamKinzinger) October 14, 2021
Charlie Sykes, the founder and editor-at-large of the conservative publication The Bulwark, tweeted the original screenshot, writing: “Who writes this sh*t? And does it work?”https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
Kinzinger then retweeted Skyes, responding to his questions. “Satan (indirectly) and yes,” the Republican congressman wrote.
Along with nine other Republican House members, Kinzinger voted to impeach Trump for inciting his supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Since then, Kinzinger and GOP Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming have become two of Trump’s staunchest conservative critics.
Cheney and Kinzinger were appointed by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, to serve on the House select committee investigating the events of January 6. The two GOP members of Congress have received significant backlash from Republican colleagues as a result.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, has dubbed Kinzinger and Cheney “Pelosi Republicans.” Meanwhile, the conservative House Freedom Caucus has urged McCarthy to find a way to oust the two GOP lawmakers from the House Republican Conference. They have accused Kinzinger and Cheney of being “spies” for the Democrats.
Kinzinger and Cheney have maintained that Trump should no longer be seen as a leader of the GOP, due to the events of January 6 and his continued false claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent. Despite their efforts, the majority of Republican voters appear to have aligned themselves with Trump and his faction of the GOP.
Polling published Wednesday by Morning Consult showed that 82 percent of Republican voters continue to view Trump favorably. Furthermore, just over two-thirds (67 percent) said they want Trump to run for president again in 2024.
Among potential 2024 GOP contenders, the former president appears to be the clear frontrunner. The survey found that 47 percent of GOP voters would back Trump, while former Vice President Mike Pence was a distant second with the support of just 13 percent of respondents.
Newsweek reached out to the NRCC for comment but did not immediately receive a response.
- Trump harped on about his false election claims and grievances at a Senate GOP retreat in Florida.
- He also praised Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, and ranted about windmills, The Post said.
- Insider previously reported that some Republicans are worried about Trump’s impact on the party’s ability to win in the 2022 election.
Former President Donald Trump continued to push false claims about the 2020 election, blasted his foes in Congress, and played all the biggest hits from his routine of grievances at Thursday’s National Republican Senatorial Committee’s retreat in Florida, a preview of the role he may play in the approaching 2022 midterm cycle.https://products.gobankingrates.com/pub/4676bc08-11ad-4872-8fef-ffbda36ebb37?targeting%5Bkeyword%5D=news-tech
Trump slammed Democratic leaders as “maniacs” and said they “cheat like hell, and they stick together.” Republicans “need to stick together,” he added, while also insulting GOP Sens. Mitt Romney and Ben Sasse, The Washington Post reported.
The former president also praised Chinese President Xi Jinping, highlighted his strong relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and ranted about his opposition to windmills, one of his longstanding obsessions, in his speech to lawmakers and donors at at an event sponsored by the Senate GOP’s campaign arm.
“It’s so sad when you see that they are approving these windmills – worst form of energy, the most expensive,” Trump said, according to The Post. “You talk about carbon emissions, well they are making them. More goes into the air than if you ran something for 30 years.”
Trump’s appearance at the event came after he explicitly threatened Republicans against challenging his false claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him in a Wednesday statement that declared: “If we don’t solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020 (which we have thoroughly and conclusively documented), Republicans will not be voting in ’22 or ’24.”
Insider’s Kimberly Leonard previously reported from Palm Beach, the site of the retreat, that some Republicans were surprised that Trump was even invited. They were worried that Trump could hurt the party’s chances by doubling down on his 2020 election loss, an issue that may not a top motivating factor for voters while also telling them that elections are rigged and their votes may not count.
The former president is now making 2020 a litmus test for 2022. That includes pressuring GOP lawmakers in battleground states to conduct partisan reviews and examinations of the 2020 election nearly a year later, and endorsing candidates, like those for election administration positions in critical swing states, that back his false election claims.
In the process, Trump is causing headaches for GOP House and Senate leaders who are intent on recapturing both chambers in 2022.
Rep. Tom Emmer, the chairman of House Republicans’ campaign arm, reportedly distanced himself from the statement in a Thursday call with reporters, describing Trump as a “private citizen” who is “entitled to his opinion.”
One GOP strategist told The Post that Trump’s insistence on rehashing past elections “gives everyone cold sweats over the Georgia situation and the prospect he could have some impact again.”
Republicans got a worrying potential preview of coming attractions in the January Senate runoffs in Georgia, when after nearly two months of Trump claiming the 2020 election in the state was rigged, two Democrats defeated incumbent Republicans Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler and returned the chamber to Democratic control for the first time since 2013.
Rural, predominantly Republican areas of Georgia saw the largest drop-offs in voter turnout between the November 2020 general election and the January 2021 runoffs, an indication of the struggles the party may face without Trump at the top of the ticket while his election lies dominate GOP politics.
President Donald Trump dropped yet another absolutely bonkers statement about the 2020 results in Arizona, demanding an election redo or that he be declared the winner.https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
Trump has continued to cling to the big lie, and has embraced the widely-mocked Republican push for auditing the 2020 election results.
A Pima County, Arizona official said after the Maricopa County audit, “it has done a lot of damage to voter confidence across the state and across the country.”
Trump is now glomming onto claims of election fraud in Pima County, declaring falsely once again that “the election was Rigged and Stolen from the Republican Party in 2020, and in particular, its Presidential Candidate.”
He claimed that the Justice Department had this information since last November and didn’t act. You may remember that in December, Attorney General Bill Barr unequivocally stated, “To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election.”
Trump concluded his statement by declaring, “Either a new Election should immediately take place or the past Election should be decertified and the Republican candidate declared the winner.”
Earlier this week Trump threatened that if Republicans don’t take his baseless claims of election fraud seriously, their voters won’t turn out in 2022 or 2024.