Jim Justice endorses Trump
I guess he wanted to get it in before the next indictment came down:
Here's the transcript:
Surely to goodness, Americans understand, you know, loud and clear the leadership, whether you like him or didn’t like him, that came from President Trump and the successes that happened, you know, when he was our president versus what we have today. I mean, what we have today is just, I mean, you know what it is today. I mean, for God’s sakes, a’ living, and I mean, you know, if President Biden were my father, I would not allow . . . there was no way that I could allow him to embarrass himself and continue on this job. There’s no way. I mean, President Biden is really challenged and sad and, you know, others are pulling the strings in every way. But anything we touch almost is becoming toxic, whether it be Afghanistan, the border, all the different things, energy on and on and on. Inflation, just one thing right after another, whether it be crime or woke in schools or I mean, it is everything we touch turns to doo. And then there’s people that don’t like President Trump’s personality. Well, they don’t like my personality. But with all that being said, I think that President Trump will be the nominee and I think he’ll be our next president. And I’m very hopeful of that.
Justice does have a way with words!
Justice's opponent for the Republican nomination, Alex Mooney, quickly reminds the Governor that he's late to the endorsement party
Patrick Morrisey explains why he is leading in the Republican gubernatorial primary
Here, West Virginia’s chief law enforcement officer demonstrates his respect for the rule of law as he brags about endorsing a man facing multiple federal and state indictments:
Riley Moore gets another endorsement
This one was predictable: Representative Stefanik has much in common with Moore – in addition to their unqualified support for Trump, they both love publicity and are obsessed with Hunter Biden:
Stefanik has also learned valuable lessons about fundraising from Trump:
A final thought: while putting together this post was relatively easy, it was also a bit depressing – it’s yet another reminder that Trump sycophancy is what politics has become in West Virginia.