The anti-Trump media will use anything they can to dump on President Trump. This time they are attempting to divide us by saying a civil war that has erupted within the Republican Party, criticizing President Donald Trump as a divisive force breaking it apart.
Seeing life through a blurred liberal lens may lead pundits to believe this is a bad thing. What Democrats fail to acknowledge is that President Trump has rebuilt the GOP into a force that puts working American families first. Going forward, Republican politicians will either meet the America First standards or face powerful opposition.
“There’s definitely a civil war, if you will, brewing in the Republican Party, but not just in Georgia,” Heath Garrett, a Georgia Republican strategist, told NPR.
Although NPR regularly goes out of its way to blame President Trump for any and all events, including the senate runoff losses in Georgia, the notoriously liberal outlet fails to point out that Trump-supported candidates ousted a large number of congressional Democrats in this past election, leaving the left with a razor-thin majority in both houses of Congress. The outgoing president appears determined to prevent the RHINOs and establishment Republicans from pivoting off the America First platform.
An angry President Trump, having lost the 2020 election to Democrats mail in voting election scam, has made his intentions clear: he’ll do whatever he can to protect conservative values and help working families.
He ushered in the New Year with a tweetstorm directed at South Dakota Republican Sen. John Thune for failing to pushback on the voting laws that were broken in Pennsylvania and other states just prior to the 2020 election.
“Republicans in the Senate so quickly forget. Right now, they would be down 8 seats without my backing them in the last Election. RINO John Thune, “Mitch’s boy,” should just let it play out. South Dakota doesn’t like weakness. He will be primaried in 2022, political career over,” Pres. Trump tweeted.
“I hope to see the great Governor of South Dakota @KristiNoem, run against RINO @SenJohnThune, in the upcoming 2022 Primary. She would do a fantastic job in the U.S. Senate, but if not Kristi, others are already lining up.”
To say Trumpism carries with it a stand-your-ground mentality would be something of an understatement. By that same token, conservative voters enjoyed a great awakening during the last four years. Pres. Trump proved time and time again the mainstream media was a lying, scurrilous propaganda wing for the Democratic Party. Enemy states such as Iran could be put in check and previous adversaries in the Middle East were willing to position themselves with a strong United States that led from the front.
Still, questions remain why previous career Republicans failed to broker peace deals, rework trade agreements, and lower taxes. With the veil pulled back on RHINOs and do-nothing “conservatives,” GOP voters have Trump’s America First standard to measure candidates in 2022 and beyond.
So powerful is Pres. Trump’s leadership that even as Joe Biden prepares to take the oath later this month, GOP leaders in Arizona echo the sentiment they will “never going back” to the party John McCain represented. It “is now, and forever will be, one for the working man and woman!”
With a potential run in 2024, President Trump plays a powerful hand in the GOP. Call it Trumpism, if you will, but Republicans who try to slip back into the corrupt ways of the Washington swamp will face primary challenges and the wrath of voters.