All hell broke loose after Trump got huge news about the 2024 election
After the controversial election of 2020, all eyes are on 2024.
There truly is no telling what will happen in the next four years.
And all hell broke loose after Trump got huge news about the 2024 election.
The amount of questions surrounding the 2020 election are staggering.
From proven cases of ballot harvesting documented by undercover journalists with Project Veritas to accusations of voter fraud with mail-in ballots, Americans may never know the full extent of what took place during the November election.
Yet, the so-called “mainstream” media has done everything to cover this up and is working with Big Tech to silence anybody who questions the integrity of the election.
There are still efforts to expose the truth about the 2020 election, but while this is going on, there are also efforts in the works preparing for the 2024 election already.
Republicans are working overtime to decide who will be the candidate to run against Joe Biden, assuming he actually runs in 2024.
And everything now points towards that candidate being President Donald Trump.
During the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) over the weekend, Trump handily won the straw poll conducted by The Washington Times.
This straw poll is used as a barometer of which candidates are most popular among conservative voters.
And it showed Trump winning with 55 percent of the vote.
In a distant second place is Florida Governor Ron DeSantis with 21 percent, and in third place is South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem with four percent.
With Trump excluded from the poll, DeSantis takes a stronger lead, at 43 percent, with Noem at 11 percent, and Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., with eight percent.
This news shows that Trump is still a very viable candidate and has a strong chance at winning in 2024, should he choose to run.
According to the poll, 7-in-10 CPAC attendees wanted to see Trump run again, with just 15 percent saying they didn’t want to see him run again.
It isn’t just Trump winning that is a positive for him, the fact that the closest two potential candidates are strong allies of him sends a strong message to the establishment.
Both DeSantis and Noem have made a name for themselves for refusing to buy into the coronavirus hysteria by keeping their state’s open.
And in response, their state’s have seen strong economic success compared to the rest of the country.
So even if Trump doesn’t run in 2024, the Republican Party is poised to back candidates who support his America First message.