Shock Victory In Louisiana Special Election “Spells CATASTROPHE For Democrats On The National Level”


Are you worried about the 2024 elections?

Well… we have a dose of INCREDIBLE news.

A special election in Louisiana has resulted in a “shock victory.”

It’s so shocking that this election has been described as:

[Spelling] catastrophe for Democrats on the national level.

You know what they say about earthquakes…

There are usually smaller tremors before the “big one.”

Well, if President Trump’s reelection in 2024 is the big one, then the “shock victory” in Louisiana is a tremor.

A preview of what’s to come next year.

Conservatives and patriots are finally speaking up and taking action!

But that’s not all.

Landry won the governor’s race with a historic share of the black vote.

Just as President Trump got historic shares of minority votes, it looks like other conservatives are riding his coattails.

If traditionally reliable Democrat voting blocs continue shifting towards Donald Trump and candidates he endorses, then how will Democrats stand a chance?!

Breitbart has more details:

The surprise victory in Louisiana’s open gubernatorial primary for Governor-Elect Jeff Landry (R-LA) on Saturday is an encouraging sign for Republicans heading into the 2024 elections, GOP insiders tell Breitbart News.

Landry, who is currently the Bayou State’s attorney general and had the endorsement of former President Donald Trump, won the open primary with a nearly 52 percent majority on Saturday night. In other words, he won the governorship outright without having to face another rival in a November runoff.

The Times-Picayune/New Orleans Advocate reports a significant factor in Landry’s victory was a low turnout, the likes of which had not been seen in a decade, as well as an unenthusiastic Democrat base for his top Democrat opponent, Shawn Wilson, who took 26 percent of the vote. Moreover, the outlet notes that turnout among black voters was low, but Landry performed strongly for a Republican with black voters who hit the polls.

Grassroots Republican activist Debbie Dooley, who co-founded the Atlanta, Georgia, chapter of the Tea Party, spoke with Breitbart News about the trends and what she believes they mean for Democrats and Republicans heading into 2024. Dooley sees Landry’s victory as a strong sign for Republicans and said President Joe Biden “and their company have to be quaking in their boots now.”

Democrats are not excited about Biden, especially with the crises unfolding around the globe right now.

Yet Republicans and Independents remember a better world under President Trump.

The economy was better.

Crime was lower.

And we had world peace.

The media likes to pretend that President Trump’s endorsements don’t mean anything.

Yet this shock victory proves all the haters wrong.

Per Just the News:

Republican Attorney General Jeff Landry was projected Saturday night to win Louisiana’s gubernatorial race, ending eight years of Democratic rule in a state where Donald Trump’s endorsement carried a big influence.

Landry finished the top vote-getter in the jungle primary, and was projected to capture more than 50% of the vote, according to The Associated Press.

“Thankful beyond belief. I’m ready to get to work for Louisiana!” Landry wrote on X, formerly Twitter, after he was declared the winner shortly before midnight.

Landry captured Trump’s coveted endorsement and had created a strong profile in the state while serving as attorney general. He helped file several landmark lawsuits, including one against the Biden administration that successfully challenged federal agency-sanctioned censorship on social media.

The momentum is clearly with President Trump and swelling the closer the 2024 election becomes.

A lot can happen in a year.

Hopefully things in the Middle East settle down.

Hopefully the economy stabilizes.

Hopefully our southern border is taken care of.

And if none of that happens, well, all we can do is work to make sure President Trump is elected in 2024!


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