The announcement that Donald Trump will establish his own platform in social media has rocked the political world. A mass exodus from Twitter and Facebook to a new Trump platform could weaken the liberal monopolies, and some in Big Tech are hastily considering whether to invite him back.
Meanwhile, Trump’s statements continue to dominate the news more than Biden’s comments. Almost daily Trump uses his near-perfect track record of successful endorsements to back a new challenger to an incumbent in the 2022 elections.
On Monday Trump endorsed the primary challenge by Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., to turncoat Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who presided over the loss in election integrity there. Under Raffensperger’s lax oversight, the number of rejected invalid mail-in ballots declined sharply from 3.1% in 2018 to a measly 0.6% in the 2020 presidential election.
Vernon Jones, a black Trump supporter who recently left the Democratic Party, announced that he may run against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp next year. Trump is also recruiting a candidate to challenge Georgia’s worthless lieutenant governor, Geoff Duncan.
Then there is Herschel Walker, one of the greatest athletes of our lifetime, with record-breaking football careers for the Georgia Bulldogs, the U.S. Football League and the NFL. An outspok