Dr. Oz Claims The Trump Movement Is “Dying”

(RoyalPatriot.com )- In a fundraising message that Mehmet Oz, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania and the candidate backed by former President Donald Trump, addressed to his supporters, he stated that the “MAGA movement is dying.” Mehmet Oz is the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania.

With the support of Trump’s backing, Oz could win the Republican primary for the Senate in Pennsylvania by a razor-thin margin. According to the previous head of state, Oz “will be the one most capable of winning the General Election against a Radical Left Democrat trying to inflict inconceivable devastation to our Country in this election.”

According to reports, Oz is currently trying to raise money for his campaign by telling his fans that the “MAGA movement is dying.”

Matt Holt of the National Journal Hotline sent a screenshot of Oz’s most recent appeal for financial support.

In the text, it said that the MAGA MOVEMENT IS DYING. The America First and Pro-Trump movement feel defeated as the liberal movement is winning the race to raise the most money.

The pleas for money continued, stating that If only seven people who support MAGA step up right now, we will be able to change the current trajectory of events. The demise of the MAGA movement is something that our country just cannot afford.

“Be a champion for President Trump, my friend,” it read.

In addition, the letter contained a photograph of President Trump and the words “Keep the MAGA movement alive.”

Maggie Haberman of the New York Times referred to the letter Oz sent out for donations as “an objectively weird statement from a Trump contender.”

Oz is up against Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman in his campaign for the Senate seat that will be vacated by retiring Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA). This election will be difficult for Oz (D). According to the most recent polls, Oz is trailing Fetterman by six points.

According to a study conducted by AARP in June, Oz has the support of just 44% of people in Pennsylvania, whereas Fetterman has the backing of 50% of voters.

The Oz movement may be the one that’s dying.