Trump Goes To War With GOP Establishment

President Trump is back in the game, and after his second impeachment acquittal, he’s coming after the GOP Establishment. Dear GOP squishes, the bell tolls for thee.

Former President Donald Trump will soon begin screening 2022 midterm candidates who are eager to forward “America First” policies while ensuring every open Republican seat has a MAGA-approved contender vying for it.

Trump has received dozens of requests from prospective candidates who wish to earn his support, and he is fielding them as he sees fit. Trump has rejected meetings with former South Carolina governor and 2024 hopeful Nikki Haley and with House and Senate GOP candidates vying for his ear.

Haley trashed Trump for his alleged part in the January 6th unarmed “insurrection” – which defies the very definition of the word – then had the nerve to ask for his endorsement. Your political career is over Nikki, and I could not be happier.

Formal meetings with prospects could begin as early as March, according to Politico.

Trump has refocused on the movement he began now that the Senate impeachment trial fully acquitted him, lording the America First agenda into battle against the “business as usual” crowd in Washington, DC. With $31 million on hand, bankrolled by his leadership PAC, Save America, Trump’s coffers will strategically be invested.

The president may be out of office, but he still has a lot of influence, especially with his voters. If Trump decides some GOP cuck isn’t worthy of our votes, believe me, most Trump supporters will go along. There are far too many useless politicians in the GOP, and they all should be tossed on the dung heap.

12 thoughts on “Trump Goes To War With GOP Establishment

  1. Mike AKA Proof – Especially after the despicable SCOTUS decided to deny an investigation into PA’s voter fraud today. Those pigs Barrett and Kavanaugh sided with the leftists. Again.

    Ronni – I want to hear President Trump announce his 2024 candidacy there.

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  2. I left the Republican’t Party in 2012. My wife finally left this year. I like being an independent, but I have several friends active in Republican politics. I met my state Republican representative candidate at one of their friendly gatherings. A woman solid in her conservatism. She impressed me and gave me hope that Republicans may be overpowering the Republican’ts. The more I’ve thought about it, the more I have concluded that if I rejoin the Republican Party, perhaps I might actually have a SAY in what happens in this bluer than blue state. I sure can’t do it as an independent. I thought Trump’s loss due to the fraud involved was then end of the world. The more I have thought about it I have concluded that at the very LEAST it has woken up a sleeping giant. The opportunity exists to finally rid the Republican Party of leftist traitors and then crush the commie Demoncrats. Trump will lead those of us willing to follow and I for one plan on being there.

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  3. RG – I’m in the Let It Burn camp. After all those GOP clowns turned on Trump, I decided I would stop voting for incumbents. The PA GOP is a joke, and they were the ones who forced mail-in ballots on us. So no, I won’t vote for anyone currently employed as a politician. They are part of the problem.

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    1. I do not disagree with you on any point whatsover. My point is that I’m going to go back to the Republican Party and see if I can help unseat these cowardly pricks from my local precinct. Nobody here gives a crap about Republicans, so the people that ARE in the party are the ones you describe. If nobody challenges them they will continue to run. That has to change. Find people that support conservative values, support Trump, and aren’t afraid and get them to run. The rest of the Republican’ts in the party need to be run out of town on a rail, tarred and feathered. If they return, run them out again. The Mitt Romney’s of the party need an ass kicking locally and in the primaries so they are defeated there and never make it on a ballot again.

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  4. I’m thinking forget the Republican’t party. Press for formation of the Patriot Party, founded on the conservative values held by Trump and his loyal followers.

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    1. The problem with third parties, aside from getting everyone on board, is to get that party qualified for the ballot in all 50 states and hundreds of separate counties, many with very disparate sets of rules.

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    2. I too like the idea of the “Patriot Party.” But, Proof has some good points. In addition, I can’t quit thinking that the Republicans are the ones that abandoned Trump. Why quit their party and start another one? Instead, let’s rise up and kick those useless bastards out on their asses and let them know they aren’t welcome in the Republican Party. If they feel strong enough, let those ingrates be the ones to form a third party. Don’t give them the satisfaction of quitting, throw them ALL out. Start with Mitch McConnell. (Then again, I can’t help but place my money on that ingrate retiring from politics. I imagine he knows he is toast.) Keep on the offensive and primary out every single one of the sitting U.S. Representatives and Senators who voted against Trump.

      As an independent, I can’t have much say. After quitting the Republican Party long ago, I’m going back. I’m getting involved and I’m making my voice heard that the old school Republican cowards need to be removed.

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