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The Wall Street Journal, owned by the same media conglomerate as Fox News, is warning Republican voters that “Trump won’t win another election.”

The pro-corporatism publication is telling the little rabble in the flyover states that they’ll never be able to choose their preferred candidate again. The historic and unprecedented voter fraud of 2020, which the Wall Street Journal has covered for at every turn, has put to bed Trump’s political career.

“For four years,” the WSJ’s editorial board claimed, “Mr Trump’s conduct stayed largely within constitutional bounds … but Mr Trump’s dishonest challenge to the 2020 election, even after multiple defeats in court, clearly broke those bounds and culminated in the 6 January riot.”

“Mr Trump may run again, but he won’t win another national election. He lost re-election before the events of 6 January, and as president his job approval never rose above 50%,” they continued.  “He may go on a revenge campaign tour, or run as a third-party candidate, but all he will accomplish is to divide the centre-right and elect Democrats. The GOP’s defeats in the two 5 January Georgia Senate races proved that.”

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“The country is moving past the Trump Presidency, and the GOP will remain in the wilderness until it does too,” the WSJ’s editorial board added.

Big League Politics has reported on disingenuous gaslighting efforts from the conservative wing of the fake news industrial complex in the past:

The Wall Street Journal, owned by the same corporate conglomerate as Fox News, is claiming that President Donald Trump’s push for $2,000-per-person stimulus checks is hurting the Republican Party’s chances at keeping two U.S. Senate seats in Georgia.

“Senate Republicans oppose the $2,000 for these sound reasons, but Mr. Trump has put them in a political spot. Democrats immediately joined Mr. Trump’s call for the $2,000, and on Monday they passed the larger amount through the House, 275-134,” the WSJ editorial board wrote.

By working for the American people, President Trump is putting Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in a bind, the WSJ argues. They apparently believe that Trump should put party over country as other Republican leaders have done in the past.

“That leaves Mr. McConnell with a tough call of barring a vote as Democrats bang away in TV ads in Georgia against GOP incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler,” the editorial wrote. “Or he can hold a vote, which would split the GOP caucus and upset fiscally conservative voters.”

The WSJ wants President Trump to accept the vote steal, coronate “president-elect” Joe Biden, take orders from McConnell, and then meekly allow the establishment forces that shamefully turned their heads on election fraud to take back control over the party.

“By all accounts Mr. Trump is angry about his election defeat, and he is lashing out at anyone who won’t indulge his hopeless campaign to overturn it. … Mr. Trump’s narcissism isn’t news. But if Republicans lose the two Georgia seats and their majority, Republicans across the country should know to thank Mr. Trump for their 2021 tax increase,” they wrote.

Trump’s rise has exposed how the Republican Party was filled with corrupt globalists who acquiesced to the destruction of America this entire time. The civil war within the GOP will be grueling heading into next year’s mid-term elections.

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