Frank Luntz is delusional if he thinks Trump is done in politics.
Pollster and political consultant Frank Luntz, who inaccurately declared that “Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the United States” on November 8, 2016 is now reading his leftist-inspired tea leaves and coming to the conclusion that Trump is finished in politics.
He went on Canadian TV and told everyone that the second impeachment trial permanently tarnishes Trump’s image and that there “isn’t even a shred of hope for (former President Trump) if he should ever try to re-enter politics.”
Where do you get your great knowledge?
From all of the past times that the democrats and the leftists have been able to stop and destroy Trump?
Or maybe you noticed the huge turnout for Trump in Mar-a-Lago after Trump was acquitted last week.
The only reason he’s not President right now is because the demon-rats were able to commit voter fraud and the Rinos and leftists all over the country blocked all investigations into the voting irregularities so they couldn’t be resolved in a timely manner.
And at every step along the way, they threatened, they harassed. They intimidated everyone they needed to in order to fix the election for Biden. How do we know this?
Start receiving the latest news from award winning journalist, TV broadcaster and radio host Steve Gruber.
Oh, yeah, because they admitted it.
Biden certainly didn’t win because the vast majority of people want open borders, a destroyed energy sector, oppressive gun laws, men showing up in women’s bathrooms or criminals let out on the streets with no bail.
Luntz, who keeps proclaiming himself NOT to be a Republican is no great prophet of the political future. He’s just saving his own fuure by jumping on the anti-Republican and anti-Trump bandwagon.
Although to be fair, Luntz became anti-Trump a long time ago. In this interview, he admits to meeting with Republican senators to warn them that Trump was going to win the Republican primary unless they did something.
But alas, it was too late. Luntz said that the Trump Train was underailable.
But for some reason, Luntz thinks it’s derailable now.
Why? Because the democrats, Rinos and the leftist media tells him so.
Frank, let me tell you a little secret because you are clueless.
And you even said this yourself in the past…
When the leftists and the Rinos go after Trump, it just inspires more loyalty to him and he gains support, he doesn’t lose it.
Trump speaks for those of us who haven’t had a voice – another thing that YOU admitted in your interview.
That loyalty and our appreciation for Trump representing us and our great country is not going anywhere.
Even Senator Lindsey Graham understands that. When on Fox News to discuss the future of the Republicans party, he said, “What I would say to Senator McConnell: I know that Trump can be a handful, but he is the most dominant figure in the Republican Party. We don’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of taking the majority without Donald Trump. If you don’t get that, you’re just not looking. He was a hell of a president on all of the things that conservatives really believe in. It was a consequential presidency.”
That quote from Graham brings me around to pointing out another big thing that Luntz is also wrong about in addition to thinking that Trump is done in the political world.
Luntz said that we didn’t vote “for” Trump – that we voted against the establishment.
While that might have been true for the first time for about half of the Trump voters, it certainly WASN’T true in 2020. Trump had a record and we wanted his policies to continue.
We are about MAGA and putting America first.
We certainly DID vote “for” Trump in 2020 and because of all of his accomplishments, he will be successful in the future whether he’s IN or around politics.
And the democrats know it.
Hence Fake Impeachment 2.0, lawsuits against him and a future Commission looking into the events at the Capitol on January 6th in order to smear him and his supporters even more.
The leftists will do everything they can do to derail the Trump Train but we have our own tracks and we have a much better destination to go to than they do.
And regardless of Trump’s involvement in politics (and he WILL be involved), we aren’t going anywhere. Trumpism is here to stay.