Democrats Panic As Trump Proves He’s Poised And Ready For a Comeback

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Anyone who thinks Donald Trump is out for the count is not paying attention. Democrats are trying to dismiss and bury the 45th president, but signs are clear that he is poised for a comeback.

Democrats think that just because Trump is off of Twitter that he can no longer reach Americans. That is far from the truth. Trump has continued to be a fixture in our country since leaving office. And over the Summer and into the Fall, he has ramped up his rhetoric and appearances.

With the 2022 midterms just around the corner, Democrats are panicked. Joe Biden is failing worse than anyone anticipated. And that means Democrats will stand to lose more seats than expected. Trump has vowed to help the GOP flip Congress, making Joe Biden a lame duck before his term ends.

And his visit to George reveals that Americans are already fired up to give liberals their walking papers.

If Republicans hope to return the Peach State back to the GOP column in 2022 and beyond, Saturday’s appearance by former President Donald Trump at the Georgia National Fairgrounds was a hopeful sign.

An estimated 20,000 people attended Saturday’s Trump rally in central Georgia’s Houston County…

The former president’s remarks included criticisms of Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to a gathering heavily in favor of auditing the 2020 elections, attacks on the Biden administration for mishandling the Afghanistan withdrawal and immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border, and an appearance by U.S. Marine Lcpl. Hunter Clark, who was seen pulling an Afghan infant over the Kabul airport wall.

Trump also left 13 VIP seats in the front row open to honor the 13 service members killed in the Kabul terror attack in August. [Source: Breitbart]

Trump packed out the Georgia National Fairgrounds over the weekend, with an estimated 20,000 attendees. The event fell on a crucial SEC football game. But that didn’t prevent thousands from going to see Trump instead.

George will be a key battleground in the 2022 elections. Thanks to the toxic influence of socialists like Stacey Abrams and weak-willed RINOs like their current governor, Democrats think they have the historically conservative state locked up.

But if you look at the results of the 2020 election, you know something does add up. Trump lost the state by a razor-thin 12,000 votes, even though he won 373,000 more in 2020 than he did in 2016. Did that many people in the Peach State come out in support of idiot Joe Biden? We have to ask that question—even if social media doesn’t want us to.

It’s clear, though, that many Georgia residents are not done with Trump. And they are outraged that socialists are representing them in the Senate. As we get close to 2022, don’t be surprised to see a red wave forming, starting at the Peach State.

Author: Tim Murphy