President Donald Trump commented on Truth Social on Sunday, declaring, “The silent majority is back!!!” Historically, the so-called ‘silent majority’ of the United States are those Americans who do not typically participate in civic discourse or politics, but who nevertheless tend to vote conservative.
During a Save America rally in Warren, Michigan, on Saturday night, Trump boldly predicted the comeback of the silent majority in the 2022 midterms.
“It was hardworking patriots like you who built this country, and it is hardworking patriots like you who are going to save our country,” he said. “…The silent majority is back and stronger than ever before.”
As the November midterm elections loom closer, Trump-endorsed America First candidates are positioned to sweep the country in a red wave of victory, giving credibility to Trump’s words.
Americans have been crushed beneath the burden of inflation since Joe Biden took office. In fact, the latest final GDP report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis confirmed last week that the second quarter of 2022 was down 0.6 percent, giving further credence to the fact that the U.S. is in a technical recession.
Even worse, inflation is sitting at 8.3 percent, according to the newest data released from the U.S. Consumer Price Index.
However, even as prices increase and the open border immigration crisis continues under Biden’s leadership, the newly revitalized Republican Party has been given a second life, thanks to the leadership of President Trump.
The 45th president’s popularity has far from waned since his time in the White House. Trump routinely holds Save America rallies in different states, drawing tens of thousands of eager supporters and packing every stadium and arena he travels to.
Although the 2022 midterms are likely to garner numerous House and Senate seats for Trump’s endorsed candidates, the road to 2024 seems obvious: President Donald Trump is in a position of political dominance, should he choose to run for president again.
Per Breitbart, a new survey from I&I/TIPP found that President Donald Trump would easily dominate a hypothetical presidential matchup against Joe Biden, with those surveyed indicating that only around one-third of registered Democrats would vote for Biden again.
Conversely, the same poll found that Trump’s base would strongly show up to vote for him, garnering a whopping 54 percent of the vote compared to Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis’s 15 percent.
The silent majority has not been very silent this year. The voters have voiced their frustration against the failing establishment with their overwhelming support of President Trump’s endorsed candidates and political outsiders like Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., in the primaries.
If the trend continues, then Trump will be proven absolutely right. The silent majority is poised to revolutionize the political playing field of the entire country.