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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Trump ain't Bush

The denizens of DC are in a panic because it just occurred to them that President Donald John Trump is not Dubya. President Trump has no plans to slink into retirement, paint, and come out to defend his Democrat successor whenever beckoned.

The Hill reported, "Trump signals he's ready to get back in the game."

He never left. He campaigned hard for the two Republican Senate nominees in the January runoff. He has continued to comment on the news, shown his support for Republicans who support him, and worked to purge his party of its loafers and back-stabbers.

The Hill is aghast.

It reported, "An emboldened former President Trump is preparing to become more active as he looks to boost GOP allies while mulling a new run for the White House.

"Trump is expected to hit the road soon resuming his signature rallies, which will put him more in the public eye and create questions for television networks about coverage.

"He’s also set to hold his first fundraiser for his new super PAC at a time when his control over the GOP was augmented after House Republicans voted to dump Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) from their leadership team."

Millions of Americans await his rallies.

The Hill quoted Doug Heye, a Never Trumper whose main claim to fame is he went on a date with Sarah Silverman in 2018.

Heye said, "That is a reflection of where the membership is and ultimately where the voters are. The Republican conference is a pretty accurate reflection of where the Republican base is."

He also said the Republican Party is "Trump’s party, with some divisions."

Why wouldn't it be?

President Trump in 4 years forwarded the Republican Party further than the two Bush presidents did in 12. Media attempts to portray him as a failure are doomed because people know the difference between $2 a gallon gasoline and $4.

We saw what 3.5% unemployment was like. We want it back.

The Hill also quoted Dan Eberhart, a GOP fundraiser who criticized Trump following the 2020 election.

Eberhart said, "Trump is going to increasingly look for opportunities to assert himself in the Senate now that he’s secured his hold over House Republicans.

"That means challenging McConnell on policy issues like immigration and climate and going after any incumbent he feels is insufficiently loyal to him.

"That will make it extremely difficult for Republicans to navigate the Senate and negotiate with Democrats. Trump has a bullhorn he can use to mobilize a legion of angry voters who will besiege Senate offices with phone calls and emails."

Those "angry voters" are also called Republicans.

They want Donald Trump back because he was good for them and he was good for the country.

26 comments:

  1. President Trump will run for the House of Representatives, win easily, and become Speaker of the House easily.

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    1. Sure, Jeffery. He'll settle for the House when he needs to get back into the White House.

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    2. I know you label all 'crazy' posts this Jeffery that owns your pea-brain head. I am NOT he, loser. Try for once to think outside the box nimrod.

      third in line to President, and the President really doesn't control law, does he? Look what little Pauly Ryan did to thwart his efforts.

      sheesh - such small headed thinkers. He may not, but he'd get less guff and more done making 'fooking' laws.

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    3. ...And it would be much easier to ensure that election fraud doesn't over-ride his election to one district in Congress vs the Dominion vote-dumps nationwide. Doubt he could get elected nationally or he'd STILL BE PRESIDENT.

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    4. Actually the Speaker of the House doesn't even have to be a member of Congress... have GOP sweep back into power in 2022 and they can vote Trump Speaker of the House.
      I like it!

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    5. I agree Speaker is an interesting option

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    6. By then the Enemedia propaganda wing will be severely debilitated and the Maoist Democrats Woke useful fools of celebrities, academics, and "experts" will discredited and scorned.

      Their SJW/Antifa/BLM sturmabteilung will try to keep the terror up but it will be confined to blue cities and states where they are protected. The "Neanderthal" states are passing laws allowing citizens have greater leeway in defending themselves in riot situations will put a damper on their activities. No acid green haired, tatted up, landwhale wants to become a hood ornament and can't run fast enough to avoid it. In Florida and Texas their governors have no problem calling out state troopers and the National Guard, fully armed with plenty of ammo, to do the job leftard mayors refuse to do. By then the mood of the average citizen will be "The idiots of [insert name of blue city here] voted for it. They begged for it with those votes so we'll pop the popcorn and watch the floor show.

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    7. Interesting scenario, but Trump is an executive,
      not a legislator.

      I suspect he’s playing the long game setting up Republican infrastructure and electoral reform.

      And fanning Movement flames

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  2. “The Hill is aghast.”

    Excellent! They need to be scared, of the American People. These authoritarian plutocrats need a taste of their own medicine.

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    1. If they get it, you and they won't like it.

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  3. That they're noticing it means they're getting scared. This wasn't supposed to happen. The Deplorables were supposed to slink away, just like the Tea Party.

    First hint should have been the murders of Ashli Babbitt, Rosanne Boyland, Benjamin Phillips, and Kevin Greeson.

    We haven't forgotten.

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  4. '"That means challenging McConnell on policy issues like immigration and climate and going after any incumbent he feels is insufficiently loyal to him.'

    Not necessarily "loyal to him", more loyal to the USA. If they are soft on China, Iran, Russia, or illegal aliens crossing our border--or those already here, we don't need them. MAGA

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  5. We elected Trump as a weapon the first time.
    I want my club back.
    My only concern is that if he does manage to get back in, that he wised up to all the damned Neocons he kept putting in charge of everything. The same ones that stabbed him in the back repeatedly.
    I'm looking straight at you Bill Barr.

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    1. Trump's experience was in business, Jeffery. If somebody doesn't work out, they get fired.

      And they weren't Neocons.

      You are so easy to spot.

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  6. W. disappeared around 2005, before his term even ended.

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  7. RINO Dan Gerhart is sad that Trump will mess up negotiations with Democrats over climate change (once called global warming) and immigration (non-existent borders and welfare for all comers). Cry me a river.

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  8. "The Hill reported, "Trump signals he's ready to get back in the game." Ahhhh, the opportunity to write "heh, heh, heh", and "I am SOOOOOOOO not bummed for the lefties/Dems/media..." They don't know what's coming, but I'm betting they're looking for hidey-holes.

    "Heye said, "That is a reflection of where the membership is and ultimately where the voters are. The Republican conference is a pretty accurate reflection of where the Republican base is." I DOUBT it. Seems like a LOT of us are SEVERELY unimpressed with the GOP. Don't really trust it/them.

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  9. I don’t know President Trump personally, but I don’t think “ insufficiently loyal to him” is much on his mind. Loyalty to America is what drives President Trump and fellow conservatives.

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  10. "That will make it extremely difficult for Republicans to navigate the Senate and negotiate with Democrats."

    Good!

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    1. Exactly. We don't need no stinking left wing BS passed with Rinos helping to make this Country more regressive than they are already making it...

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  11. Out of sheer embarrassment, before the end of the year...

    Kamala resigns to spend more time with her family

    President Emeritus Trump is nominated and confirmed as VP.

    Joe resigns as as president*

    Trump 21!

    Spread the word.

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    1. Nope. History teaches that they will hold onto power until it's pried from their cold, dead fingers. That's what globalist totalitarians do.

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