...and it has absolutely nuthin to do with the Jan 6th Committee exercise in fascism.
Trump endorsed Dr Oz here in Pennsylvania and Oz squeaked out a victory in the primary by less than 1,000 votes over the stronger candidate, Dave McCormick.
Oz's running against John Fetterman, a Blue MAGA wokester who'd be progressive on the order of Bernie Sanders and Pennsylvania is a purple state.
I've seen two polls since the primary. Fetterman is leading by 6 and 9 points. This is a seat currently held by a GOP, Pat Toomey, a sort of Lindsay Graham-ish conservative. Of course, there's lots of time left and Oz could still pull it out, but it's likely that McCormick would be leading in the polls and on his way to a comfortable victory.
In Ohio, Trump backed JD Vance in the primary. Vance came from third in the polls to win. He's a decent candidate at best.
And, in Georgia, Trump endorsed Herschel Walker aggressively. Walker probably would have won anyway but he's a weak candidate. The Dem running is super progressive Raphael Warnock who should be easily beatable in a year when the Dem President is polling far lower than any President has...the most unpopular President in history. RCP gives Walker a very slim lead.
Thing is. These Trump candidates may all lose and, if they do, the GOP will lose the Senate in 022.
If the GOP loses the Senate because of weak candidates backed by Trump, Trump's viability as a candidate in 024 will be very seriously compromised.