Biden has begun the new year with freshly ailing approval ratings, Harris is trying to “rework” her image for the umptieth time (hint: try substance), and apparently now Clinton is licking her chops for a potential 2024 reboot with former President Donald J. Trump.
However, while all the Democrats scurry about their rather small-minded ventures, it is quite telling that Trump keeps his focus where it’s always been: the future of America.
Thus, unlike Ms. Hillary, who is clearly kowtowing to her America-hating, ultra-far left base, not to mention shamelessly promoting herself for a 2024 rerun, Trump is focused on far more important, not to mention imminent, goals: the 2022 midterm elections.
Remember the recent red wave in Virginia, with three major GOP victories? That’s a “fact” the Democrats aren’t fond of.
The same red wave wherein newcomer (and Trump supporter) Youngkin prevailed, CRT was just abolished (in Virginia schools), and a generally liberal state clearly woke up to a degree?
Guess attacking parents at schoolboard meetings, followed by blasting them as “domestic terrorists,” weren’t the wisest moves that the Democrats had in mind before, but they sure did help assure a massive victory for Youngkin, despite all the media (as well as the White House) working against him.
Virginia clearly upset the Biden administration, which is probably why Biden is ranting and raving more than ever, to the extent that even his own party member have suggested that he cool his “rhetoric.”
Trump, however, is a man of action over rhetoric, and he envisions Virginia repeated across nearly the entire nation in 2022, provided everyone turns out to vote and offset any potential shenanigans the Democrats may have in mind.
“We have to take [the House] back,” Trump proclaimed to Newsmax, “What they’re doing with the open borders, the judges, and all of the things they’ve been doing is so sad … we’ve got to win the House and I think we can win the Senate also. We should win the House, maybe handily, and I think we should win the Senate.”
Trump also mused over all the various failings of the Biden administration, with one of the most egregious of all including the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
“We were coming out strong, with dignity,” Trump recalled, “[yet] there’s never been a lower point than what happened with Afghanistan.”
Given that Biden apparently can’t stand up to the Taliban, is it any wonder that Putin has grown more aggressive than ever with Ukraine?
After all, the Taliban literally intimidated Biden from a cave, so it would make sense that Putin would be a far more frightening character for basement loving Biden to contend with.
On top of that, Biden basically campaigned on “shutting down” COVID, and it appears that COVID has managed to spread even amongst the vaccinated under Biden’s regimen.
Though he still mandates vaccines anyway, and he isn’t afraid to destroy checks and balances in order to do so, which Trump also observes.
“The mandates are killing our economy,” Trump remarked, “I’m convinced that when you have supply chain problems, you can’t get paper, you can’t get lumber, they can’t build houses, they have no nails, they have nothing. I think to start off with, the mandates are a disaster.”
The mandates are one of many Biden-borne disasters, yet don’t expect the media to report anything real.
“Biden has made him a big factor and they have done a horrible job on COVID, or the China virus, as I call it,” Trump declared, daring to go where Biden won’t: the real source of the virus. The deliberate source, more than one would argue.
That said, it is more than time for Republicans to take back the House, not to mention the White House, with the former occurring in 2022 and the latter occurring in 2024.
In the meantime, the world hopefully won’t descend into WWIII before the midterms.
Author: Jane Jones