The former President Donald Trump’s most passionate supporters of the “America First” policies praise his endorsement of J.D., best-selling author. Vance is a national populist in the Ohio Republican Senate Primary Race.
Vance, the author of Hillbilly Elegy, was given Trump’s endorsement in the race. He is joined by Mike Gibbons, an investment banker, and Jane Timken, former chairwoman of Ohio Republican Party.
Trump wrote that he had endorsed “Vance” because he is strong on the border and tough on crime. He also understood how tariffs and taxes could be used to hold China responsible.
Trump’s most powerful backers were happy to endorse him. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R.FL) stated that Trump made the right decision and that Republicans need [Vance] to fight against those who have put America last.
Similarly, Rep. Jim Banks (Republican from Indiana) called on Ohio Republican primary voters and the National Republican Study Committee to support Vance.
Republican Bernie Moreno dropped out of the race in February and called for GOP primary voters support Vance to unite against Rep. Tim Ryan (D–OH), the likely Democrat nominee to the Senate.
Moreno wrote, “Ohio Republicans, Let’s unite and make sure we keep the seat under Republican control.” “We have seen that Tim Ryan is a mediocre, ineffective, and tired career D.C. bureaucrat, who has done little for the people he was hired to serve. It is time for him to go home. “Vance” will make it happen.”
Ric Grenell was a former Trump administration official and a supporter of Moreno. He suggested that he is now fully behind Vance, having endorsed him.
Cliff Sims, Darren Beattie and Stephen Miller, former Trump officials, suggested that they support the endorsement.
Trump made the right decision by endorsing J.D. Vance,” Beattie wrote.
Arthur Schwartz, a political consultant, wrote that Vance is “the only candidate in Ohio’s GOP Senate primary that is almost certain to win the general …” Republican Kurt Schlichter also praised Trump for his endorsement.
Christopher Rufo, of the Manhattan Institute, called Trump’s endorsement for Vance “a huge moment” in the Republican Party’s history.
Vance’s candidacy has represented the populist-nationalist-wing of the GOP with policy prescriptions for reducing the social and market power of giant tech corporations, punishing multinational companies that outsource American jobs, and critiquing the political establishment’s lust for foreign interventionism.
Vance, in an exclusive interview with Breitbart news from January, stated that Big Tech companies are too large and powerful, and that conservatives should support efforts to reduce their control over Americans.
“Big Tech companies are just too large and powerful to be censored. This is a big reason. It leads to censorship when you have this much power. This leads to control. Vance stated that he believes we should disband these companies. “Facebook and Instagram are all part of the same company. These should not be combined.
“Amazon controls all of the Internet’s modern hardware infrastructure. Vance said that we shouldn’t allow this to happen. We should force them to break up and create more competition, just like Teddy Roosevelt created steel industry competition.”
Vance’s speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), attacked elected politicians who help fund the United States’ involvement with the Ukraine-Russia Conflict, even though the U.S.-Mexico Border has witnessed record-breaking illegal immigration as well as drug trafficking in the past year.
Vance stated that “One of the greatest ways the Democrats have failed to the working class and have failed the citizens this country is that they don’t even care about their citizens in comparison to the illegal aliens flowing across our southern border.”
Vance even pursued BlackRock, a Wall Street multinational investment company, for purchasing single-family homes in the U.S. at higher than market prices. This resulted in young Americans becoming homeowners and first-time homebuyers.
Vance stated that Blackrock is trying to make it more difficult for young Americans owning homes. Blackrock has made a commitment to ‘racial audits,’ and other diversity BS.