Donald Trump has officially announced his bid for the 2024 presidential election. What happens next?
If recent history is any indicator, GOP "leadership" will attempt to stop him at every turn, working with their Democratic uniparty cohorts to try and astroturf a challenger, either preventing Trump from winning the primaries (not likely) or the general election (more feasibly.)
The legacy media will continue its half-decade campaign of smears and spin, simultaneously calling Trump a maniacal threat to democracy, and a washed up loser. They will recycle every debunked claim about J6, tax returns, Russian hookers, and much more.
Social media firms will grapple with whether to keep a major-party presidential candidate banned from their platforms based on the spurious claim that Donald Trump "attempted to overthrow the US government." Should they do so, it will be explicit election interference.
Should Trump gain the nomination, Arizona and Nevada will almost surely go to the Democrats, since their elections resemble those of a tinhorn third world junta-led banana republic. Trump will have to make up that lost ground elsewhere.
And finally, we will see whether voters or voting machines are predominant in deciding US elections.
As for myself, I am absolutely in support of Trumps' presidential run and will absolutely support him in both the primaries and, I expect, the general election. I will spend the next two years watching things unfold with great interest.
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I can't see him getting anywhere whilst the GOP refuses to address Dem ballot harvesting.
There will be shenanigans, and the GOP will help, and then turn a blind eye to it.
How do we vote our way out of a banana republic?