Insiders close to Trump are assembling a slate of candidates in order to grab control of the 2024 election

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 Insiders close to Trump are assembling a slate of candidates in order to grab control of the 2024 election

According to a New York Times story, two Donald Trump aides who are obsessed with proving the former president was cheated out of re-election are moving ahead by endorsing and supporting a slate of over a dozen Republican candidates who might oversee election results in their states in 2024.



With interest in Donald Trump’s complaints about the 2020 election results waning — and Republicans admitting they want to move on — the New York Times’s Alexandra Berzon reports that MyPillow founder Mike Lindell and former Overstock.com executive Patrick Byrne are doing everything they can to promote the candidacies of conservatives running under the America First banner who hope to win election as secretary of state in 2022 and thus influence election results in 2024.



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Many people, according to the report, are fans of “a conspiracy-mongering QAnon leader and a Nevada politician,” with the Times reporting, “Members of the slate have won party endorsements or are competitive candidates for the Republican nomination in several states, including three — Michigan, Arizona, and Nevada — where a relatively small number of ballots have decided presidential victories. And in Pennsylvania, where the governor appoints the secretary of state, State Senator Doug Mastriano, who is aligned with the group, easily won his primary for governor last month.”



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“It doesn’t really matter who’s running for assembly or governor or anything else. It matters who is counting the vote for that election,” Rachel Hamm, who is running in California’s primary this week, said to the group. It makes a difference who counts the votes in that election.”



Members of the group hold weekly conference calls to discuss and share recommendations, according to the New York Times, with contributions from “fringe personalities who have championed ploys to keep Mr. Trump in office.”



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“Since its founding last year, the America First slate has ballooned from a handful of candidates to a high of around 15,” adding, “America First candidates could be competitive in at least four battleground states: Nevada, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Michigan,” the report adds.



The slate of candidates, according to Mark Lindeman, an election specialist with Verified Voting, should be concerning.



“It’s startling to have statewide candidates, multiple candidates for a really important statewide office, running on a deeply incoherent policy plank,” he explained.



 



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Trump is bored at Mar-a-Lago, according to insiders, and wants to return to politics – as a contender, not a kingmaker — according to his advisers, who are split on whether he should run for president again as soon as this summer.



While many Trump confidants feel he should wait until after November’s midterm elections — and stress that he hasn’t made a final decision on running — others believe he might mobilize supporters sooner and deny gasoline to the GOP field in his rearview mirror.



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“I’ve laid out my case on why I think he should do it,” said longtime Trump adviser Jason Miller, who traveled with the former president to a rally in Wyoming over Memorial Day weekend. “I think that there being clarity about what his intentions are [is important] so he can start building that operation while it’s still fresh in people’s minds and they’re still active — a lot of that can be converted into 2024 action.”



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A second adviser, who believes Trump should wait until after the midterm elections, believes the former president, who is known for his lack of self-control, will wade in “sooner rather than later.”



Both agreed that Trump had attracted a diverse spectrum of opinions.



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