After the triumph of former President Donald Trump in the impeachment trial imposed by the Democrats, The Wall Street Journal threatened Republicans by predicting that even if he runs for election he will not win. 

Radio broadcaster Hugh Hewitt responded to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) by stating, “Trump could win again b/c it always a choice between two.”  

Similarly, the alternative media Big League Politics, expresses the reasons why Trump is so attacked.

“Trump’s rise has exposed how the Republican Party was filled with corrupt globalists who acquiesced to the destruction of America this entire time,” it published

Well-known New Orleans radio host Jeff Crouere agrees with Big League Politics’s assertions. 

“They are fearful of Trump because he continually exposes their agenda and tells the truth. So, Democrats are determined to penalize Donald Trump in every way imaginable,” Crouere warned

The WSJ as well as Fox News, The Sun, The Times, and Fox and Sky television networks are owned by billionaire Rupert Murdoch. These media reproached Trump’s insistence on defending the electoral integrity of Americans.

The WSJ editors also dared to say that during Trump’s presidency his approval rating did not exceed 50%, “And as president his job approval never rose above 50%.” 

In fact then-President Trump’s tenure broke the record with 52% approval, according to poll results released by Zogby Analytics on Aug. 26, at the height of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus pandemic. 

Likewise, Trump noted on Aug. 20 that he had reached 96% approval among Republican Party members.

Seventy-two percent of Americans showed in a Dec. 28 Rasmussen poll that they are inspired by Trump’s leadership style and effectiveness.

Meanwhile, National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Chairman Rep. Tom Emmer vowed, “retire Speaker Pelosi once and for all,” as he announced the strategy to be used for the 2022 elections. 

“Midterm elections are historically checks on the party in power, and I believe that’s going to be bad news for House Democrats,” Emmer projected, according to Fox News Feb. 10. 

He cautioned, “It’s not going to be easy, but we’re going to finish the job that we started.” After the strong pickup in seats resulting from the Nov. 3 vote there are only five more to go to gain back control, lost in 2018.