President Donald Trump endorsed Leora Levy for U.S. Senate 4 days ahead of Connecticut's GOP primary in a call to the Montville RTC. The call was aired over the PA system at the meeting.
“I’m giving tonight my complete and total endorsement to Leora Levy, and she’s going to go out and win this primary,” declared the de facto leader of the Republican Party in the United States.
The endorsement comes on the heels of a massive sweep for Trump in the recent August 'Super Tuesday' where the former POTUS essentially destroyed the Establishment McCain wing of the GOP in Arizona, winning every seat that was up for election. Trump-endorsed candidates also won in Missouri and Michigan. Races have still not been called in the state of Washington, as the Uni-party apparatus tries to cling to power, searching desperately for ways to cheat and delay results.
Trump candidates lost in Georgia, but the primary election is being challenged, and very suspect; essentially, the results are not believable. For instance Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger never polled above 38% but never dipped below 51% in the primary, an almost impossible result. Governor Kemp also won with suspicious margins.
“It will help me tremendously,” Levy said. “I am so honored, honored and humbled.”
Levy is running against one of Trump's favorite targets - 'Da Nang Dick'. The moniker was given by Trump to CT Senator Dick Blumenthal in reference to his lies about serving in Vietnam. Blumenthal has been a 100% supporter of the Biden agenda which is destroying the country.
The Levy endorsement is important as she is a first generation Cuban-American. The Hispanic community nationwide is moving heavily to the America First policies of Donald Trump, with some analysts declaring 65% of Latinos will vote GOP in November.
Below is a 12 minuted interview with Levy from News 12. The thumbnail shows 'taken down' but the video will play.