The America first agenda continues to move ahead.
President Trump has been hard at work, pushing for endorsements of candidates who will stand up for the interests of this country—not China’s interests, and not the interests of fat cat globalists like Bill Gates.
His latest call is for Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy to run for governor of the state…..
It remains to be seen whether or not Duffy will take on Democrat Tony Evers, but perhaps President Trump’s encouragement was just the nudge he needed.
While we are on the subject of Wisconsin, who could forget that under the reign of Evers over 80,000 ballots went missing during the 2020 election…..
Here’s what President Trump had to say about Duffy:
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America pic.twitter.com/yYeRJbeSJP
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) October 17, 2021
Former President Donald Trump announced Saturday he is pushing for former Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wis., to run in Wisconsin's 2022 gubernatorial race against Democrat Gov. Tom Evers. https://t.co/QSO2vxkwmV
— Newsmax (@newsmax) October 17, 2021
The endorsement caught the eye of Newsmax:
He and his wife Rachel both entered into the limelight when they first appeared together on MTV’s “Realworld.”
Although Wisconsin has swayed Republican in the past, as former GOP Gov. Scott Walker served there from 2011-2019, the race could be tight, according to Cook Political Reports. Cook Political Reports rated Wisconsin in early October as “lean Democrat.”
Wisconsin Gubernatorial Election, 2022
Incumbent Democrat Governor Tony Evers faces off against former Congressman Sean Duffy.
Evers is considered vulnerable due to Wisconsin's rightward shift.
Who wins and by what margin? pic.twitter.com/vqRlytwc8T
— Boo Collar Bob 🎃 👻 (@BobbyBlueCollar) October 18, 2021
Yes, we would LOVE to have Sean Duffy as Gov of Wisconsin and his beautiful wife and family are amazing!Please run for governor of our great state and SAVE WISCO! You are the only one who can do it at this point in time!
— Irek 🇺🇸 (@Irek_Nitram) October 17, 2021
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel provided some details:
It’s unclear whether Duffy is even considering the idea, but Trump’s statement could signal hurdles for Kleefisch as she works to unify the Republican grassroots with whom Trump remains popular.
Duffy, born in Hayward, has about $2 million in his federal campaign account, according to a recent Federal Elections Commission filing.