Things could not be going more differently for Trump and her persecutors in the legislature right now, particularly given what happened on Tuesday, as that’s the day that he won a shocking (well, shocking if you forget that he’s Trump) number of campaign victories in one night around the same time that the RINOs and Democrats on the January 6th Kangaroo Court lost all credibility thanks to their shameless pushing of Cassidy Hutchinson’s narrative.
Hutchinson, you see, made a number of claims, two of which were wild and used by many of Trump’s enemies to claim that he was launching a coup…or something.
One was that Trump tried grabbing the wheel of the Presidential Limo and heading up to the Capitol on January 6th, something that the Secret Service agent involve has reportedly said didn’t happen.
The second claim related to the idea of Trump headed to the Capitol, but was supposedly about Team Trump members viewing the whole thing as a huge “crime. Here’s what Breitbart reported about that claim and how it was disproven near-immediately.
Hutchinson testified that Cipollone said, “We’re going to get charged with every crime imaginable,” if Trump went to the Capitol.
The committee’s vice-chair, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), doubled down on her calls to get Cipollone to testify before the committee due to Hutchinson’s testimony.
“As we heard yesterday, WH counsel Pat Cippollone had significant concerns re. Trump’s Jan 6 activities,” Cheney tweeted on Wednesday. “It’s time for Mr. Cippollone to testify on the record. Any concerns he has about the institutional interests of his prior office are outweighed by the need for his testimony.”
However, Cipollone was reportedly not at the White House on the morning of January 6, according to Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec.
“Multiple sources including one who was at the WH on Jan 6 tell me Cipollone was not there in the am when Hutchinson testified she spoke with him,” Posobiec tweeted on Wednesday evening.
So, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the committee’s credibility fell apart, with its star witness being shown as dishonest and making fools of all of them.
Meanwhile, Trump was winning “bigly” in all the primary races that he had waded into.
In fact, candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump kept winning on Tuesday night in Colorado, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Utah, sweeping every state with a perfect night. The perfect night for Trump-backed Republicans puts the 45th President’s endorsement record at 144-10. Pretty good odds, particularly for a guy kicked off Twitter and Facebook.
And some of those victories were big ones for the MAGA movement. Rep, Lauren Boebert won in Colorado, for example, meaning that one of Trump’s staunchest defenders will be headed back to Congress, as the Democrats have little chance in her district come November.
Similarly, every one of the four Trump-backed candidates in Illinois won their primaries. State Sen. Darren Bailey (R) won the GOP gubernatorial nomination, Rep. Mike Bost (R-IL) won his renomination in the Twelfth Congressional District, Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL) beat out fellow Congressman Rodney Davis (R-IL) in the race for the 15th Congressional District, and, in the contest for the 16th Congressional District, Rep. Darin LaHood (R-IL), who currently represents the 18th Congressional District, enjoyed an emphatic victory over his opponents.
And it didn’t end in those two states, as Wayne Dupree reports, saying:
It was a similar story for Trump-endorsed candidates in Oklahoma, as Gov. Kevin Stitt (R-OK) won the nomination for Governor with nearly 70 percent of the vote with 86 percent reporting, according to AP. Stitt is set for a general election contest with Democrat nominee Joy Hofmeister. In the race for the First Congressional District, Rep. Kevin Hern (R-OK) prevailed in his renomination bid, as did Congressmen Frank Lucas (R-OK) in the Third Congressional District and Tom Cole (R-OK) in the Fourth Congressional District.
The winning carried over into Utah, where Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) will square off against Never Trumper Evan McMullin, an independent candidate, in the general election after winning his renomination bid. Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT) won the race for the Republican nomination in the Second Congressional District, and Rep. Burgess Owens proved victorious in the Fourth Congressional District.
So, as the RINOs and Democrats embarrass themselves trying to make a mountain out of a molehill in Congress, Trump was winning a string of victories.