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Even after the FBI ransacked the former Presidents house, the people still want conservative candidates who fight the very corruption that the FBI represents.

Trump going 4 for 5 in Tuesday’s primaries just goes to show how little Republicans care about any of this, and that they are well and truly sick of RINOs siding with left-leaning alphabet agencies – nice try Biden (we know it was you)!

Donald Trump’s pick to be the next governor of Wisconsin won his primary last night — but the former president missed, narrowly, in an attempt to take down Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, who won by a razor-thin margin against Adam Steen. Steen was Trump’s only loss of the night.

Here are the Trump picks who won Tuesday night.

Trump Connecticut Wins

SENATE – Leora Levy

Won with 51 percent of the vote.

Last week, Trump threw an endorsement at Leora Levy, who Trump himself nominated to be U.S. ambassador to Chile in 2020, but never confirmed. In his endorsement, Trump said Levy was a “tireless advocate” for the states.

Levy “will defeat the corrupt Richard Blumenthal in November, and what a victory that will be,” Trump said.

Trump Wisconsin Wins

GOVERNOR – Tim Michels

Won with 47 percent of the vote.

Trump threw his support in Wisconsin behind Michels, who defeated Mike Pence-endorsed Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, the other main candidate in the primary.

“Tim Michels is the best candidate to deliver meaningful solutions to these problems, and he will produce jobs like no one else can even imagine,” Trump said in his endorsement.

SENATE – Ron Johnson

Won with 84 percent of the vote.

Johnson, who has been tied up in Jan. 6 investigations over the last year, dismissed the role of rioters at the Capitol, calling them “agents provocateurs” and “fake Trump protesters.”

Trump endorsed Johnson in April 2021, before he even announced a campaign to run, saying the senator “has no idea how popular he is. Run, Ron, run!”

Ron Johnson with President Donald Trump

WI03 – Derrick Van Orden


According to Politico, Democratic Rep. Ron Kind decided to retire from Congress this year after winning against Van Orden in 2020 by a few points in a pro-Trump district. The candidate attended the Jan. 6 protests outside the Capitol but called a Daily Beast report that he had entered a restricted area inaccurate, claiming later he was in D.C. for meetings.

In his endorsement, Trump commended his Navy history and fight for secure borders, the Second Amendment, and the farming industry.

Trump did not endorse any candidates in Vermont or Minnesota.

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