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.