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GOP study on poor 2022 election showing doesn’t mention Trump

Republican officials said they avoided including the former president in part because the party aims to stay neutral in the 2024 primaries

A draft Republican Party autopsy report on the 2022 midterm elections examining why the GOP failed to win the U.S. Senate and posted smaller-than-expected gains in the House does not mention Donald Trump or his role as the de facto leader of the party, according to people familiar with its contents.

The report, which is slated to be discussed at a Republican National Committee meeting in Oklahoma City this week, has sparked debate within the GOP.

The draft report says abortion hurt the Republicans in the midterm elections, with candidates trying to avoid the issue and alienating some voters while Democrats saw their base’s energy grow, according to the people familiar with the document. It calls on Republicans to talk more about abortion than they did in the midterm elections.

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Trump, who was notably silent on recent Bud Light boycott, owns up to $5 million in Anheuser-Busch stock, records show

  • After Bud Light partnered with transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney, right-wingers launched a boycott.
  • But former President Donald Trump has been missing from the conversation.
  • It turns out that he’s an investor in Anheuser Busch InBev — the company that produces Bud Light.

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Craven Assholes:

Project Much, Marge? White Trash?

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More On Ohio’s ‘Finest:’

But, but wind and solar are high school Projects, according to one of Ohio’s ‘Finest’ MAGAts:

‘Do-it-yourself terrorism’: Neo-Nazi accused of firebombing Geauga County church highlights rise in white supremacist activity in Ohio

White Lives Matter increases presence in Ohio:

White Lives Matter of Ohio fits that mold, Lewis said. The group launched in April 2021. It is loosely affiliated with a nationwide group and uses Telegram to spread propaganda and disrupt drag shows like the one the Chesterland Church of Christ organized.

The Anti-Defamation League report said there were 85 incidents of reported white supremacist propaganda efforts in Ohio in 2021 and 128 last year. Most of the efforts include dropping fliers at various locations, and the dominant group in Ohio in the last two years has been the Patriot Front.

White Lives Matter Ohio increased its presence in the state last year, doling out fliers at a rapid rate in Euclid, Cleveland, Akron, Mentor, Eastlake, Vermilion and Lodi, among other places across the state, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

The fliers for White Lives Matter say: “Our children pay the price for our inaction. Stand up white man.”

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