Trump Endorses Unexpected Candidate For Key Congressional Race

The 2022 midterm elections are upon us and an endorsement from Donald Trump all but guarantees a victory for the America First candidates rising to the top of the pack.

Now more than ever it’s become crucial that Trump allies secure victories in their races so Republicans – not RINOs – can regain majorities in both houses of Congress. If successful, it’s likely that Trump will announce his candidacy for president in 2024. Not only that, a Joe Biden impeachment can proceed without any roadblocks from Democrats.

That being said, Mitch McConnell said earlier this week that Biden’s impeachment is off the table in the Senate.

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Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced his endorsement of Green Beret veteran and Gold Star husband Joe Kent, who is running on an America First platform against Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler in Washington state’s third congressional district.

Trump announced in a statement:

Kent recognized Donald Trump’s endorsement:

Kent first met Trump after his wife, Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Shannon Kent, was killed while fighting ISIS terrorists in Syria in January 2019. Kent revealed details of his first meeting with Trump at the Dover Air Force Base. .

He said Trump had obviously informed himself Shannon, knew she was from New York, knew what her father and uncle did during 9/11, and knew his background as well. This is a far cry from the treatment families of fallen soldiers have received from “commander in chief” Biden.

They talked for about 20 minutes, about Shannon and his views on Iraq and Syria, according to Kent.

“He asked me my opinion on what was going on in Iraq and in Syria, and a couple of months later for Memorial Day, he had invited quite a few Gold Star families to the West Wing. That did not receive any publicity, he said.

Kent revealed he decided to run for office after Beutler voted to impeach Trump.

“The Republican congresswoman who I voted for stabbed us in the back and voted for the impeachment of President Trump,” he said, adding:

She’d always kind of been a very weak Republican, very typical of the establishment. She voted against the construction of the border wall. She voted to keep our troops in Syria, our troops in Afghanistan. She voted for Obamacare, but this was the straw that broke the camel’s back. So I saw basically our entire country kind of being driven off the cliff by the Democrats, and I wanted to do something.

Author: Asa McCue