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Trump the Master Campaigner Reemerges After Sham Conviction

How do you spell “backfire?”

Eric Trump discloses that in the first three days after his father’s sham conviction, the Trump campaign has taken in more than $200 million in donations—an absolutely stunning amount.

Eric also reveals that about one-third of that cash has come from first-time donors. People are so distraught over the former president’s sham conviction that it is motivating people who have never gotten involved in politics before to act.

Since the fake conviction on Thursday, watching President Donald Trump’s actions has been a master class in how to run a campaign. It’s like 2016 all over again. He’s wagging the dog, shaping the news cycle, and enraging all the right people. Here we go again!

 

Part of the reason why Donald Trump shocked the world so much with his crushing win in 2016 was because he appealed so much to the “forgotten American.” People who had been betrayed and let down by both political parties for years knew that they finally had a voice in Donald Trump. Because he cares so deeply about the American people, it motivated people who hadn’t voted in years to go to the polls and cast their ballots for him.

Tucker Carlson described these as the Americans who had been “left to die in their unfashionable little towns” and he was right. Those Americans were so far off the radar that no one even bothered to poll them. “Joe Six-Pack hasn’t voted in 12 years, so there’s no need to poll him!”

But Joe Six-Pack voted for Donald Trump that year in droves, and none of the elites or the pollsters or the “experts” saw it coming.

By convicting Donald Trump of 34 felony charges that were made up out of thin air from a single possible paperwork violation, the Democrats have helped Trump tap into that disaffected voter vein once again.

Americans have an inherent ability to sense corruption and unfairness. Many people may not understand the intricacies of these lawfare cases against Donald Trump, but they can smell BS from a mile away. People know that even if Donald Trump had done something wrong in this case, the response to it has been so disproportionate that the other side cannot be acting in good faith.

There’s no fairness in what is happening here. The kangaroo court judge could sentence Trump to four years in prison for a paperwork violation (just enough time to keep him out of the White House for his entire second administration if he wins re-election) that the Federal Election Commission said was not a violation.

Let’s look at what President Trump has done since the verdict came down.

He returned home to a hero’s welcome at Mar-a-Lago. The streets along the route were filled with MAGA folks showing their undying support for the man the media has now labeled a “convicted felon.”

He granted one post-conviction interview (so far) to Fox News. While no one would call them a “friendly media outlet” after 2020, at least the hosts behaved themselves. Trump used the unprecedented attention on himself to make three shock promises during the interview.

Once reelected, he’s going to declassify the JFK files, the 9/11 files, and the Jeffrey Epstein files. Those are three major injustices that, no matter how you feel about any of them, we all know that some elements of the truth have been hidden from the people. Trump is promising sunlight on all of those.

And why not? It’s not as if the A-holes hiding the truth from us aren’t the exact same people who are trying to kill him right now. He owes them nothing, including politeness.

Finally, Trump went to the UFC fights with longtime friend Dana White and the crowd went completely bananas for him. Chants of “We Want Trump” and “Let’s Go Brandon” (FJB) broke out.

Most significantly, and this was the most masterful campaign move that we’ve been hinting at all along, Trump announced at the UFC fights that he has joined TikTok. Joe Biden and both sides in Congress are in agreement that we must all hate TikTok because it’s some sort of Chinese spy tool. The reality is that TikTok (and to a lesser extent now, Twitter/X) is one of the only popular social media apps that the FBI/CIA/NSA/Alphabet Soup Boys are not in control of. They can’t control or censor what Donald Trump says on there.

Plus, which Americans use TikTok the most? That would be the huge, untapped well of Generation Z Americans. Trump has placed himself on the opposite side of the TikTok issue from all of permanent Washington. This was absolutely brilliant!


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