Call it Fake News Media, corporate-controlled media, or the PR-arm of the Democrat party, whatever the name, they all have the same enemy.
The corporate-controlled media has proven in the past six years, they’ll stop at nothing to make former President Donald Trump look bad.
But despite their attempts, the latest election results prove President Trump still has the favor of the GOP base.
Ahead of the recent GOP primaries in Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oregon, and Pennsylvania, Trump-endorsed candidates won 39 out of 40 contests.
The victories are a sure sign of the power of a Trump endorsement and the influence the 45th President of the United States still holds with Republican voters.
Former President Donald Trump made a total of 26 more endorsements in the Republican primaries in Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania – he opted out of any endorsements in Oregon.
At the end of the night, candidates Trump supported won 23 of those races, with one more – the U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania – still undecided.
Big Media is trying to latch on to the fact that Trump-backed Dr. Oz is likely heading to a recount against David McCormick in the Keystone State as evidence of a chink in Trump’s influence armor.
They’re ignoring the fact that many Trump voters preferred the “ultra MAGA” Kathy Barnette.
Combined, Oz and Barnette scored more than 55% of the vote.
They’re also ignoring the fact that McCormick ran like an America First candidate and sought the endorsement of Trump, though he didn’t receive it.
The other loss the corporate-controlled media are delighting in is the embattled incumbent North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn.
Cawthorn has been on the receiving end of several disturbing scandals, but Trump still backed him with a somewhat half-hearted endorsement.
“When Madison was first elected to Congress, he did a great job,” Trump posted on Truth Social. “Recently, he made some foolish mistakes, which I don’t believe he’ll make again . . . let’s give Madison a second chance.”
Despite all the backlash facing Cawthorn, the incumbent only lost to State Senator Chuck Edwards by a single point.
Elsewhere in the Tar Heel State, President Trump’s endorsement of Bo Hines carried the underdog candidate to victory in the state’s 13th Congressional District by 9-points over the second-place finisher in the crowded field – and 2-points above the 30% needed to avoid a runoff.
And the biggest win of the night for the former President came in the form of a GOP U.S. Senate primary win for Rep. Ted Budd.
When Rep. Budd – a small town Congressman – first announced his candidacy, he was considered a long shot against former Governor Pat McCrory.
However, Trump made an early endorsement and campaigned often for Budd, reminding voters of McCrory caving to the pressure from the LGBTQ crowd over transgender bathrooms.
When the smoke cleared and the dust settled, the contest wasn’t even close, with Budd scoring 59% of the vote.
In the Pennsylvania primary for Governor, Trump-endorsed Doug Mastriano won the nomination and will go on to the general election in November.
Trump’s only other loss came in the Idaho Governor’s race, where Trump-backed Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin lost to her boss, incumbent Republican Gov. Brad Little.
McCeachin’s chances were considered to be slim against the popular Idaho Governor.
Depending on the outcome of the Pennsylvania Senate race, Trump’s primary record now sits at 62 wins compared to just four losses.
US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.