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LIZ HARRINGTON RETWEETS WENDY ROGERS WHO TOUTS HUGE FUNDRAISING NUMBERS AHEAD OF ‘GOP STAR-STUDDED’ SATURDAY TRUMP RALLY IN ARIZONA

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Tomorrow’s rally in Arizona is lining up to be a big one for 45th President Donald J. Trump. Although he hasn’t officially announced a re-election campaign for 2024, many think that it’s in the pipeline. There’s also the idea that Trump wants to gauge how Republicans do in 2022 before he decides to make an announcement.

This comes despite the fact that he says he’s already made a decision and “thinks people are going to be happy”, but won’t say what that decision will be yet.

It’s certainly an interesting chess move to wait for the right announcement venue and time, as his announcement for his 2016 run was a historically memorable moment for many who supported and continue to support him. Certainly, we all know that timing is critical in politics as well.

It’s unclear to us if Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers (R) will be on the stage tomorrow, but Trump certainly has his eye on Rogers, who has pushed for election integrity in Arizona and nationwide. Rogers recently touted a big donation from Trump, also with Mark Finchem, Trump endorsed secretary of state candidate. Finchem is among those expected to be highlighted at the rally tomorrow.

Recently, Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington retweeted Senator Rogers, touting her huge fundraising boon, and demanding election integrity and more.

The Freedom Times also reported on the ongoing battle in Arizona:

‘I Will Keep Fighting’: Sen. Rogers Vows; Thanks Her 40K+ Individual Donors After Her ‘Fundraising Numbers Just Posted’

Trump endorsed Kari Lake, running for governor of Arizona will be there tomorrow, in addition to U.S. House Rep Paul Gosar (R-AZ), U.S. House Rep Andy Biggs (R-AZ), and U.S. House Rep Debbie Lesko (R-AZ) who was a staunch defender of Trump during the Democrat impeachments that Trump repeatedly called “witch hunts” and ultimately did indeed fail to manifest.

Although the official results show Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 election in Arizona, many have claimed there was potential voter fraud, while many others have sought to debunk those claims. It was definitely a tight race in a traditionally red state.

After the recent swing in the Virginia elections though, where the GOP took back almost total control, Arizona is no doubt, still a swing state, and potentially could go back to being a red state if Trump and his allies play their cards right. Additionally, many of Trump’s most America First supporters have been homegrown, right in Arizona.

The GOP is hoping for a slight shift in Hispanic voters to give them a chance at staying competitive in the foreseeable future. Whether or not that pans out is yet to be seen.

It will be interesting to see what “controversial” things are said at tomorrow’s rally, what the turnout is, and if many media outlets try to avoid covering it altogether. It’s certainly going to be a major event for those paying attention in good faith.

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