Amy Kramer, a Jan. 6 protest organizer and co-founder of Women for Trump, criticized the former president in a statement released by Politico on Wednesday in support of Katie Britt, who won the Republican Alabama Senate primary on Tuesday. Rep. Moe Brooks (R-AL), who had the support of Kramer and many other conservatives, was defeated by the Brits.
Donald Trump has become isolated from his supporters, Kramer told Politico. “Donald Trump has been disconnected from the base. For those of us in the movement, the time has come to return to the basics, to our first principles. “We were here long before President Trump came, and we will be here long after.”
Kramer tweeted: “I’m on Alabama soil and Trump made a mistake like that,” Kramer wrote. “People are very angry with him. I’m not sure they’ll get over it. They see it as a slap in the face and disconnected [people]. I got it. “
But oh boy … it’s bad.
Either way, a lot of damage needs to be controlled.
– Amy Kramer (AmyKramer) June 21, 2022
Trump initially backed Brooks, but later withdrew as the congressman’s popularity plummeted. Supporting Trump’s false allegations of electoral fraud, Brooks sought to win. But in the end they parted amicably.
Kramer, who hosted the Jan. 6 rally in Ellipse outside the White House with his daughter Kylie Jane Kramer, is firmly in Tim Brooks. He attacked the former president in multiple tweets before the vote on Tuesday.
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