Earl Watt, 11 May 2021
The Republican Party is currently having the wrong argument, and it just might get in the way of the silver platter they are being handed by Democrats for the midterm election.
In a push to get the far-left agenda passed, Democrats are alienating the moderate voters in droves. When Joe Biden was elected to be a calming voice after the disruptor Donald Trump, many are realizing they may have made a mistake. When Trump became president, they expected him to shake up the Washington establishment, but what most didn’t realize was just how much pushback he was going to receive from the ruling class.
It wasn’t enough that an outsider was simply elected, and that was what America wanted in 2016. Trump didn’t know all the political ins and outs and was tripped up by the media and the ruling class with simple things like a phone call to congratulate new leadership in Ukraine.
The reason is Trump was not just an outsider but he was serious about reigning in government and returning power to the people. The pandemic was another example where Trump was not going to let Washington dictate the moves of every state. He allowed the 50 governors and state legislatures to direct the necessary recovery in each state, and even to this day the far left claims Trump tried to govern as a dictator.
There is just no justification or evidence to support that claim, but anything that does not advocate more government is a danger to the far left, and so they use mainstream media, biased social media and every branch of the government they control to push this false narrative to discredit the efforts being made to return power to the people. As long as they can discredit Trump, they can control the entire Republican Party.