With no unified agenda or clear leadership, Republicans face the prospect that the anti-establishment fervor that has powered the party in recent years could now devour it.
“Two years down the road, most states will have fleshed this out,” Fredericks said. But if a debate breaks out over who has done more on abortion, particularly on appointing conservative judges to the federal bench, he added, “Trump’s going to win that argument every day. We have a track record; he doesn’t.”
“Marjorie Taylor Greene is now more valuable than ever,” said John Fredericks, a conservative radio host, and MAGA booster. “If you cave to the mob and the left, she will call you out. It keeps those in party leadership who don’t really believe in our movement on their toes.”
“If you think Winsome Sears did this without the approval of Glenn Youngkin, you’re naive,” Fredericks said. “This is his salvo to run for president. Good luck beating Team Trump in Virginia. We’ll crush him in his own state.”
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John Fredericks, a Virginia-based radio host who supports Oz and plans to campaign for him next week, said in an interview that while Barnette was a “nice lady,” she would get “blown out in the fall.”
Donald Trump and close allies are moving swiftly to contain the blast radius of the backlash sparked by his endorsement of physician Mehmet Oz in the Pennsylvania Senate race.