Assuming that America will still have enough electricity to hold an election in 2022 (which is sort of in doubt under Joe Biden’s energy policy), it’s time to talk strategy. As in: We need to viciously purge the ranks of the Republican Party so that it’s a lot more pro-Trump and a lot less squishy; “Please don’t call me a racist, I’ll do whatever Kamala wants!”
Have you noticed over the past month that a lot of Republicans in Congress are nicer to Joe Biden than they ever were to Donald Trump in four years? I have. And I’m sick of it. That’s why we need a primary challenge for every single one of them.
The Democrats are about to make sweeping changes to America that no one actually voted for in 2020. A recent poll showed that one-sixth of Biden voters would have stayed home on election day, or would have voted for Donald Trump, if they had known about all of the many media-suppressed stories that the public never learned about: The Laptop from Hell, Kamala Harris had the most extreme “woke” liberal voting record in the Senate, Trump’s peace deals in the Middle East, the record job growth in the third quarter of 2020, Trump’s many successes in the wake of the coronavirus, and so on.
Many of Biden’s own admitted voters now say they would never have voted for him, if only they had known about those stories. Yet the Democrats control the House, the Senate and the White House and they are acting as if they have a mandate. They want BIG changes to punish Americans that didn’t support them.
My point in all of this is: What did Republicans do for two years when they controlled the House, Senate and White House? They passed a tax cut that no one asked for and which President Trump did not campaign on. Otherwise, they sat around for two years saying, “Well, gosh, maybe we should see how this Russia investigation plays out?” after everyone else on the planet already realized that the Russia investigation was a Clinton/Obama hoax.
We could have had a wall on the US-Mexico border that stretches from sea to shining sea by now, if only the Republican Congress had passed it into law – which they had the ability to do. They could have repealed Obamacare – but didn’t. I could go on, but you see my point.
Republicans in Congress are now trying to sweep the whole Trump presidency under the rug and “move on” as if it never happened.
Hey, dummies in Congress: Donald Trump is already the front-runner for the 2024 nomination, and he has the support of 96% of Republican voters right now if he chooses to do so. We don’t want any “compromises” with the Biden regime. The Biden administration is literally throwing Trump supporters in federal prison and throwing the key away, because they exercised their First Amendment right to protest a wonky election. Those Americans will never get out of prison unless a future Republican president pardons them.
The only way that we can police the ranks of the GOP is by scaring the hell out of them at the ballot box – and I mean all of them. Every Republican in the House of Representatives and 20 Republican Senators are up for reelection in 2022. To send them a message, we ought to be sending a challenger against every single one of them who is even more conservative and more pro-Trump.
Don’t get me wrong. I absolutely like and respect a lot of the younger Republicans we have in Congress right now. Marjorie Taylor Greene is fantastic. Lauren Boebert: Keep making the libs throw fussy fits at your gun collection. But every single one of the Republicans in Congress deserve a challenge from a pro-Trump, America First conservative. Iron sharpens iron, and this is how we will purge a lot of the dead weight in Congress. We have too many grifters in the party who are willing to cozy up to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer now that Trump is “out of the way.”
Primarying them is sure to throw at least a few of the bums out and replace them with more solidly pro-America candidates. And it will spook some of the dead-weighters, because it will let them know that Trump-style nationalism is here to stay.