President Trump’s last midterm election campaign stop was a roaring, cheering, chanting rock show of Republican heavyweights and conservative broadcast stars. It was an eleventh-hour bid to get Republican voters out in force to ward off a Democrat takeover of the House of Representatives.
The pipe bombs sent to the homes of Democrat Party elites were a coordinated attack by the left wing to put the blame on President Trump and his supporters and thus tip the midterm elections in Dem favor.
"At stake in this Election," President Trump tweeted, referring to the midterms next month, "is whether we continue the extraordinary prosperity we have achieved - or whether we let the Radical Democrat Mob take a giant wrecking ball to our Country and our Economy."
President Trump revved up the crowd at a campaign rally in a hangar in Missoula, Montana, on Thursday evening to support Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale, who is in a close race with super liberal Democrat Senator Jon Tester. Trump took the opportunity to praise Congressman Greg Gianforte, who pleaded guilty to body-slamming a reporter. “He’s …