Former President Donald Trump is pursuing a political “shadow campaign” that is drawing fire from the Democratic Party’s praetorian guard.
And of course, the media is always here to “drop a bomb” on him, such as this one, published in Politico:
“The version of Trump that has emerged in the month and a half since he left office is far from the political godzilla many expected him to be,” Politico debated. “He was supposed to unleash hell on a party apparatus that recoiled when his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and declined to fiercely defend him during his second impeachment. Instead, Trump has maintained close ties to GOP officials who have committed to supporting incumbents, stayed almost entirely out of the spotlight, delivered fairly anodyne remarks the one time he emerged, and offered only sparse criticism of his successor, Joe Biden.”
However, whatever they might still be dropping on him, I personally believe that the worse nightmare is over. In the midst of his impeachment process, social media ban, and backstabbing, he has risen like a phoenix and showed to all, that he will not quit. Nor abandon his political career. And though an ex-President, he plans to be the most influential one that America has ever seen!
“He’s showing more enthusiasm and involvement than most former presidents have,” Senator Rand Paul. “It’s going to be different. It’ll be sort of a shadow [president] campaign going on. I don’t know if he’ll run again, but I think he’s definitely going to be involved in 2022.”
And guess what he’s up to?
He’s actively screening a number of potential Senate candidates to endorse in Biden’s mid-term elections.
“Endorse as many incumbents that you can,” Senator Lindsey Graham recalled. “Come out for the folks that you can come out for. Play team ball to the extent it’s possible.”
“Trump has already officially endorsed Boozman, Tim Scott of South Carolina, Jerry Moran of Kansas, and John Kennedy of Louisiana,” Politico reported. “In addition, Hoeven said Trump is supportive of his campaign. Trump is also encouraging former NFL running back Herschel Walker to run against Sen. Raphael Warnock.”
“We are all focused on winning back the Senate majority in 2022 and saving our country from the radical policies of today’s Democrat Party,” Scott tweeted.
He also backed this young woman, Julia Letlow for a House senate in Lousiana, the support she needs the most, after the tragic and sudden death of her husband – yet another COVID death striking a young individual…
And as we are already familiar that he supports and announces his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump to run for the US Senate as well…
And let me remind you of what he said at the CPAC speech – calling out his enemies by name, without second thoughts…
“The Democrats don’t have grandstanders like Mitt Romney, little Ben Sasse, Richard Burr, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Pat Toomey,” Trump stated. “And in the House, Tom Rice, South Carolina, Adam Kinzinger, Dan Newhouse, Anthony Gonzalez, that’s another beauty. Fred Upton, Jaime Herrera Beutler, Peter Meijer, John Katko, David Valadao. And, of course, the warmonger, a person that loves seeing our troops fighting, Liz Cheney. How about that? The good news is that in her state she has been censured. And in her state, her poll numbers have dropped faster than any human being I have ever seen.”
“They appear headed for a collision course in some of the party’s five open Senate races following the retirements of GOP Sens. Roy Blunt of Missouri, Rob Portman of Ohio, Richard Shelby of Alabama, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, and Richard Burr of North Carolina. And Republicans are most worried about Pennsylvania and North Carolina, two of Democrats’ best pick-up opportunities and states where Trump-inspired candidates could, in theory, be more vulnerable in general elections,” according to a Politico report.
“Those vacant seats will reshape the Senate GOP, as allies of McConnell are either replaced by Democrats or — especially in red states — Trump acolytes,” Politico came to finish.
I believe that after the total cataclysm we are experiencing and the “boat without a captain” situation our state is in, President Trump, though without a title, would be our best leader. And we absolutely need this, even if is a noninstitutionalized position – a true leader leads the people and doesn’t care for his own interest.
In the end, he is an influential man, has a big family, a beautiful supporting wife, a conglomerate company – he really wants to just help America!
ARTICLE SOURCE : AMERICANCONSERVATIVES.TODAY