Brad Parscale claims Trump the Martyr will gain ‘Super Powers’ after 2nd impeachment trial
It must be the bubble-living swamp rats who will determine the badge of honor for Trump, a candidate who’s had at least five campaign managers. Then again martyrs usually die.
Republican consultant Brad Parscale, who served as manager for former President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign, predicted Saturday that the upcoming impeachment trial will backfire on the Democratic Party.
In a tweet, Parscale argued that Democrats are making his former boss a “martyr,” which only increases his chances of winning again in 2024.
“If Trump asked me how to win again. I would run on being impeached twice. They are about to give him super powers. They just aren’t smart enough to see it.”
In a third tweet, Parscale reasserted that impeachment will only make his former boss stronger and increase his chances of winning back the White House in four years.
“Do you really think impeaching an outsider who is fighting the system makes people like him less. Impeaching an outsider is giving him a badge of honor you bubble living swamp rats,” he wrote.
You got fired though, right?
— TWO QUARTERS (@euchre13) February 6, 2021
You don’t get it. He wasn’t messing it up, he was breaking it down. DC is a swamp. You only get bitten if you take their power.
It isn’t if you get knocked down (which I know), it is if you have the guts to run back in again and keep fighting.
I am still here and not leaving. https://t.co/S1JrSxRVAd
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) February 6, 2021
Documents seen by BuzzFeed News show that Parler offered Trump 40% of the company if he posted exclusively to the platform.
Four sources say former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale met with Parler advisers at Mar-a-Lago in June to discuss Trump’s business taking an ownership stake. But the White House Counsel’s office put a stop to the talks.
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) February 5, 2021
Four sources told BuzzFeed News that Parscale and Trump campaign lawyer Alex Cannon met with Parler CEO John Matze and shareholders Dan Bongino and Jeffrey Wernick at Trump’s Florida club Mar-a-Lago…
The deal was never finalized.
Trump’s mishandling of the coronavirus, which Fabrizio, former campaign manager Parscale and others urged him to treat more seriously earlier, cost him greatly. By October, vast majority of late-breaking voters went for Biden. https://t.co/oknmVYeJMc
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) February 2, 2021
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— MeidasTouch (@MeidasTouch) February 7, 2021