Winsome Sears Turns Her Back On Trump

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Trump is supposed to announce his 2024 run this Tuesday from a rally held in Mar-a-Lago and judging by these sudden flips, I think voters need to start paying close attention to pandering politicians. Should Trump run? I honestly can’t say. He did amazing things for the country and was cut short from fulfilling his plans. I see both sides of the Trump-DeSantis but personally would like to see them both on the ticket. Trump with his refreshed experience and DeSantis with his political poise—But that is neither here nor there.

Winsome Sears is what we’re looking at today and the many GOP candidates like her. The ones who rode the Trump wave to the top only to ditch him when things got tough. Now, it’s a free country and by all means, support who you support but it’s the way Sears and the others like her have bashed the man who got them into office that I find disturbing.

“A true leader understands when they have become a liability. A true leader understands that it’s time to step off the stage. And the voters have given us that very clear message,” she said, after being asked specifically about Trump, who has been teasing a “big announcement” Tuesday at his Mar-a-Lago resort.

Earle-Sears listed a number of policy areas where she thought the Trump administration was due credit — including reducing unemployment levels among Black Americans and signing into law a bill to permanently provide funding for the nation’s historically Black colleges and universities. But when asked how she would respond if Trump announces a reelection bid next week, Earle-Sears responded: “I could not support him. I just couldn’t.”

“We have a clear mission, and it is time to move on,” said Earle-Sears, a former Marine, adding that some of the former president’s endorsed candidates had underperformed Tuesday.

“A house divided against itself cannot stand. And indeed that’s where we are today,” she said.


Earle-Sears, the first Black woman to hold statewide office in Virginia and the first woman to serve in her post, was part of a Republican sweep in the state last year. In her campaign, Earle-Sears highlighted her work as national chairperson for a group that aimed to engage Black voters in the effort to reelect Trump.





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