Lawfare with Tom Renz: Trump could lose presidential election over COVID-19 vaccines – Brighteon.TV
By Kevin Hughes // Mar 18, 2024

Ohio-based attorney Thomas "Tom" Renz believes that former President Donald Trump could lose the presidential election in November 2024 over the issue of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.

"If there's one issue that can lose [Trump] the election, it's the vaccines. There are millions of Americans who will vote based entirely on vaccines," he remarked during the March 12 episode of his program "Lawfare with Tom Renz" on Brighteon.TV.

"This is the largest single-issue voting bloc on the planet. There has never been a swinging issue or a single-issue voting bloc this big and profound."

Renz also expressed the belief that incumbent President Joe Biden will be looking to steal votes by utilizing independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK Jr.), a staunch opponent of vaccines. Biden will do this, he added, by taking away Trump's votes and putting it on RFK Jr. as the former president's base was split on the vaccine issue.

"That's why [RFK Jr.] is viable; we have a viable third-party candidate because of one issue. He may not be able to win this, but he's going to take a lot of points. And the reason he's going to take a lot of points is because of his position on the vaccines," Renz explained.

"It is a huge issue and Trump doesn't see that. Either his consultants are the worst people on the planet and should all be fired, or they are liars or something else is going on. But again, Trump could lose this election solely on this issue."

According to Renz, Trump is the best man for the job as evidenced by the gains after his first term. The American economy boomed, Americans saw growth in every sector, crime rates dropped and the border got more secure.

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But he ultimately noted that Trump's greatest failure at the time was failing to recognize the COVID-19 pandemic as the harbinger for the 2020 election steal, medical tyranny and the Biden administration's rise. The Deep State used the COVID-19 pandemic to launch a coup against Trump using mail-in ballots.

Trump's support of vaccines undermining his chances of winning

The "Lawfare" host said the COVID-19 vaccine is a legitimate concern, urging Trump to get right on the issue. Renz remarked: "He's got to get right on it because it's murdering people … [and] it's the right thing to do."

Trump still complains about the stolen 2020 election and the Jan. 6, 2021 false-flag riot, he continued. Renz also acknowledged that the former president was duped into pushing for the COVID-19 lockdown and the vaccine rollout.

But Renz lamented Trump's post on Truth Social about the vaccines, which was a response to Biden's State of the Union address. In the said post, Trump bragged that "the vaccines that saved us from COVID-19 are now being used to help beat cancer." This comment, Renz warned, could cost him votes from Americans rejecting the vaccines. (Related: Trump addresses vaccine adverse events, says Big Pharma needs to immediately disclose all safety data.)

Renz commented that Trump is wrong about the vaccines that are killing people. But he clarified that despite his disagreement with the former president over the matter, he still believes Trump is the best man for 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Renz also mentioned that people are in an uproar as he and InfoWars founder Alex Jones had the audacity to question Trump regarding the COVID-19 vaccines.

The Brighteon.TV host pointed out that if Americans want Trump to be elected, they should support him. But he added that they have to make sure the former president knows that they are not going to back him on the vaccines. Moreover, Renz emphasized that supporting Trump doesn't mean supporting everything that he does.

"I support him for president because he's the best man for the job. But I am not a Trump cultist. I don't believe that the man is infallible. I don't believe he's Jesus Christ. I think he's the best man for the presidency, but he is dead wrong on these vaccines."

Watch the full March 12 episode of "Lawfare with Tom Renz" below.

"Lawfare with Tom Renz" airs every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and Saturday at 12:30 p.m. - 1 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

More related stories:

Lawfare with Tom Renz: Biden to bring back COVID-19 lockdowns to STEAL the election – Brighteon.TV.

Biden CAN’T BEAT Donald Trump in November, says Andrew Yang.

Supreme Court rules Trump must remain on primary, general ballots in 2024 election.

Sources include:

Brighteon.com

TruthSocial.com



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