Trump’s midterm triumph: an unexpected but inspiring American comeback story

by Summer Lane

Op-ed by Summer Lane | Photo: Alamy

As midterm results continue to develop across the country, worried Americans are looking at some of the election outcomes from Election Day and wondering, “Was there a red wave?”

Amid countless rosy predictions for GOP candidates headed into Tuesday’s heated races, some voters looked at the results from Pennsylvania or Michigan and began to feel downtrodden. Worsening matters, the legacy media is continually spinning a narrative that purports to convince Americans that it is completely normal and acceptable to be forced to wait days or even weeks to find out the final vote count in election races.

Thankfully for the patriots and freedom fighters of this great nation, a hard battle was won at the ballot box on Tuesday. Despite mainstream spins and conservative pundits sharing disheartening emotional Tweets on social media, the future is bright.

Most of the races on Tuesday went as expected, and several of them revealed key weaknesses in the voting system that have long needed to be publicly exposed.

The American election system is a joke, but at least everyone knows it

Tuesday’s first and most thunderous victory came in Florida, where Gov. Ron DeSantis won his reelection bid by a massive 20-point spread. Per RSBN, Florida also reelected Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and the Florida Republican Party will gain supermajorities in both chambers of the legislature.

Florida set forth a model on Tuesday night of what quick and clean elections could look like for the rest of the country. Florida’s implementation of voter ID, along with other numerous election integrity measures, handily contributed to their quick vote-counting and immediate Election Day results.

By contrast, on Thursday, other states were still blearily counting mail-in ballots, and several races remained uncalled.

In the wake of complete chaos in Arizona in places like Maricopa County and a dubious election system in Pennsylvania, this election has, at the very least, demonstrated that the current American election process is not broken but entirely dissolved.

Despite the odds stacked against a stellar slate of America First candidates running for House and Senate seats (including mail-in ballots, media propaganda, and hot and cold polling data), Republicans still delivered a series of victories at the ballot box this week.

The Big Wins

Don’t believe any narrative that paints the America First movement as a failure because it’s not true. President Donald Trump himself pointed out that he had 219 wins against only 16 losses in the general election, which is a stellar display of the power of a Trump endorsement. “Despite having picked so many winners, I have to put up with the Fake News,” Trump wrote on Truth Social on Thursday.

Furthermore, Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wyoming, all elected or reelected Republican governors, per Fox News. Even Vermont and New Hampshire managed to reelect their Republican incumbent governors by wide margins.

On Thursday morning, the House race was looking extremely optimistic for the GOP, with 208 seats to Democrats’ 185 so far, per Fox News.

Remember, only 218 seats are needed for a majority.

Additionally, the fate of the Senate majority appears to be hinged on the outcomes of three key races. Per RSBN, at least one Republican will take a Senate seat in Alaska, leaving the senatorial elections in Arizona, Nevada, and Georgia to be duked out.

Thanks to the incompetency of mail-in voting, Arizona GOP U.S. Senate nominee Blake Masters and Nevada GOP Senate nominee Adam Laxalt were still waiting to receive final vote counts on Thursday. The third U.S. Senate nominee from Georgia, Herschel Walker, will be headed to a December runoff against incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock (Ga).

According to Fox News, Republicans have currently captured 49 seats in the Senate, and they only need 51 to take a majority.

This is very good news for proponents of conservatism everywhere. And it begs the question, without Trump, would the Republican Party have gotten this far against a rigged and corrupt system?

Absolutely not.

Here are some more victories to chew on, via RSBN:

  • Election: Senator-elect JD Vance, R-Ohio,
  • Reelection: Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga.,
  • Reelection: Attorney General Ken Paxton, R-Texas,
  • Election: Congresswoman-elect Harriet Hageman, R-Wyo.,
  • Election: Senator-elect Ted Budd, R-N.C.”

As of Thursday morning, Arizona GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake was poised on the precipice of victory in the Grand Canyon State, awaiting final ballot drops that were projected to go heavily in her favor.

More Victories, and a Call to Courage

We live in a culture that likes to see immediate results. Saving America, which is the mission of President Trump’s America First agenda and the candidates he has endorsed, is not a war that can be won overnight. For example, the American Revolutionary War was an eight-year process, in which a hefty number of colonial lives were lost, and numerous battles went bloodily awry.

Tuesday’s Election Day was the America First movement’s Battle of Lexington. It was the shot heard ’round the world, indicating that despite the entrenched dogma of leftist ideology and the dirty underbelly of a captured election system, Americans are still trekking forward for the cause of freedom.

Whether the Senate or the House is won by a single seat or 100 seats is not the goal. The goal is to take one step forward, battle by battle, and day by day.

The struggle for liberty and freedom is an ongoing series of daily skirmishes. The midterms demonstrated that America is still alive and kicking, raging against the corrupt machine and fighting for a path forward through the wreckage of Joe Biden’s pockmarked and failing American landscape.

President Trump has done an incredible job in boosting the America First agenda into the mainstream, working overtime to ensure that the GOP captured a meaningful and effective presence within the cesspool of Washington politics to stand in the gap between radical legislation and constitutional liberty.

The 45th president shared this message on Thursday via Truth Social:

“For those many people that are being fed the fake narrative from the corrupt media that I am Angry about the Midterms, don’t believe it. I am not at all angry, did a great job (I wasn’t the one running!), and am very busy looking into the future. Remember, I am a ‘Stable Genius.’”

Take heart, America. The midterms were a resounding success for freedom-loving citizens who are ceaselessly devoted to holding the line and keeping the fires of liberty burning bright.

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