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The Republican establishment wants to blame the party’s lackluster midterm showing on the former president when in fact it was the leadership’s failure.
By Steven Mosher, LifeSiteNews, Nov 10, 2022
(LifeSiteNews) — The Republicans will take control of the House of Representatives and have a chance to control the Senate.
Yet the anti-MAGA media, assisted by RINOs like Karl Rove and has-been Paul Ryan, are braying as loudly as they can that it’s all Trump’s fault Republicans did not win more races.
I suppose this shouldn’t surprise us, since many of these same characters have been playing “get Trump” since the day in 2015 that he announced he was running for president. The pro-life, MAGA base of the Republican Party has largely come to see these attacks for what they are: an effort to cover up the failures of both the Democrat and Republican establishment by reflexively blaming the people’s champion. …