Trumps False Election Reigns In Texas

Brandon Bell/Getty Images (Trump Supporters)

Trumps False Election Reigns In Texas

As the state of Texas continues to tackle the realities of voting rights, Trump supporters during the breakout session in Dallas are still outraged by former President Donald Trump’s false 2020 election. Claims were still on full display Saturday a few hours north at the major gathering of conservative activists where Trump was welcomed as the star attraction on Sunday.

It is clear that Republicans face a set of highly competitive midterm elections in 2022 and still attempt to shape an agenda that will break through to voters. But the conversation at the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend has proved once again that the core activists of the Republican Party will not cease to move on from Trump or the false claims he has claimed that the 2020 election was fraudulent. There is also still no evidence of widespread voting fraud in last year’s contest.

Trump The Headliner

On Sunday, July 11, 2021, Trump closed out the conference, after the announcement of the results of CPAC’s straw poll. The poll is intended to measure voters’ interest in the potential GOP White House contenders. One question included Trump on a list of potential 2024 candidates; the other did not.
No matter what Trump decides to do in 2024, the fact that he is still in denial to the realities of the 2020 election defeat is shaping the GOP agenda nationwide a year and a half before the next set of elections.

During the CPAC conference in Dallas, white cards were circulating among some attendees with a “7-Pt. plan to restore Donald J. Trump in days, not years.” After the violence at the Capitol on January 6th, earlier this year, federal officials are dedicated to paying more attention to those sorts of fringe theories.

CPAC organizers did not respond to CNN’s request for comment about the cards.

Trump and his allies have encouraged the ridiculous claims that he could be reinstated as President next month. However,  they have gained enough traction to lead the Department of Homeland Security to issue a warning last month that Trump’s restoration of power fantasies could lead to more violence this summer from right-wing extremists.

Post a Comment