The country waits with bated breath to find out if real President Donald J. Trump will run in 2024, and his recent announcement indicates a timeline.
Addressing the question that has other Republicans keeping their candidacy in check, Trump raised the hopes of Americans everywhere.
“I think a lot of people will be very happy, frankly, with the decision, and probably will announce that after the midterms,” Trump said. “I don’t think we’re going to have a choice.”
Those remarks go to the heart of the death spiral that Joe Biden, Washington, D.C., Democrats, and RINOs have caused.
Inflation continues to surge at breakneck speed, supply chains remain log jammed, illegals are pouring across the southern border, gasoline and heating fuel prices are skyrocketing, and Biden’s handlers are considering shutting down more energy pipelines.
Truth be told, Trump may have to retake the White House in 2024 to save the country from radical progressives and Republican traitors.
Congress recently approved a so-called “infrastructure” package that puts an increased tax burden on working families to the tune of more than $1 trillion. Much of the spending funds left-wing pet projects, entitlements and allows Democrat-run agencies “discretion” over their budgets.
For example, Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Pete Buttigieg reportedly plans to wastefully spend millions on new electric vehicles while the current fleet does not require replacement.
That’s just the tip of the spear as to why Trump needs to resume the country’s leadership mantle and restore fiscal responsibility. It’s also why Trump released a scathing criticism of RINOs who helped the Biden administration and left-wing zealots chalk up a legislative win.
“Very sad that the RINOs in the House and Senate gave Biden and Democrats a victory on the ‘Non-Infrastructure’ Bill. Where only 11 percent of the money being wasted goes to real infrastructure,” the former president said.
“Now they’ll go for the big kill — getting their second $1.9 Trillion Bill (really $5 Trillion) approved, again with RINO support. All Republicans who voted for Democrat longevity should be ashamed of themselves, in particular Mitch McConnell, for granting a two-month stay which allowed the Democrats time to work things out at our Country’s, and the Republican Party’s expense!”
The recent abdication of conservative responsibility to help Democrats pass a fraudulent spending package stunned much of the country.
The recent off-year elections were deemed a “blood bath” that upended left-wing candidates across the nation. Virginia emerged as a stinging indictment of the progressives calling the shots for Democrats as Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin convincingly turned the blue state red.
Handing Biden and Nancy Pelosi a seemingly legislative lifeline proves the Swamp requires the draining of more double-talking RINOs.
“How all of those Republican Senators that voted thinking that helping the Democrats is such a wonderful thing to do, so politically correct. They just don’t get it,” Trump said. “Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill is a disgrace. If Mitch McConnell was smart, which we’ve seen no evidence of, he would use the debt ceiling card to negotiate a good infrastructure package.”
All told, 13 RINOs defected to support Biden and Pelosi, who did not have the votes to advance the wasteful spending package. The conventional wisdom is they just ended their political careers as Trump or another like-minded America First candidate will throw their hat in the ring for 2024.
Political analysts widely agree that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will emerge as the GOP’s standard-bearer should Trump decline to run in 2024. Trailing Gov. DeSantis in national polls are Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, among others.
But unlike the disloyal RINOs and disjointed members of the Democrat Party, true Republicans stand behind Trump.
While Joe Biden’s approval rating is in the toilet, Trump leads in wide-reaching polls, has amassed a war chest that exceeds $102 million, and recently told supporters his campaign needs updating.
“It’s ‘Make America Great Again, Again,’” Trump said. “You think I kid. But I’m actually not. I’m actually not.”
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, AGAIN!