Well, well, well. After weeks of several GOP members attempting to distance themselves from Trump, for reasons unknown, aside from their apparent desire to continue affiliating with the swamp, it appears that even the most anti-Trump GOP representatives are realizing that Trump is a potent force that will not be going away anytime soon.
For instance, Trump remains wildly popular amongst his supporters, as evidenced by various Trump signs and flags of support that remain pervasive throughout several sections of America. You know, the kids of sections that are rudely dismissed by Democrats.
On top of that, Trump continues to enjoy impromptu rallies held in his honor will Biden continues to enjoy … the most militarized presidency in American history, as evidenced by the thousands upon thousands of National Guard members that apparently still have to remain in D.C. for reasons that have yet to be explained.
On top of that, throw in 52 different executive orders that focus heavily on illegal immigrants, not to mention an utter joke of an Impeachment 2.0 (which sputtered out in under a week), it is fairly clear that Trump is going nowhere anytime soon.
If anything, the Biden administration’s rather frightful incompetence may empower Trump even more than ever, illustrating how the frightful incompetence (not to mention hatred) of the left could be the greatest advertisement for Trump yet.
After all, he rose to power in 2016 when people were sick of being belittled for daring to think differently than Democrats, and now, with violence and illegal immigration on the rise, Trump is poised for even greater advantages, at least in terms of influence within the GOP.
Which was noted by Fox News Senior Analyst Brit Hume, who recognizes the GOP’s need for Trump, whether they like it or not.
“I think most Republican politicians, at least many of them, have concluded that they cannot win a national election with Trump … He lost the last one and then he damaged his reputation terribly with his conduct after the election. So he’s damaged but he retains a significant following within the party. What they’re trying to do, I think, is try to hang on to his voters without hanging on to him. That isn’t easy to do.” [Source: Fox News]
While Hume’s comments on Trump’s “damaged reputation” may not be shared by all, there is a clear admission that he retains a significant following within the GOP, and as long as RINOs like McConnell operate within the GOP, Trump’s popularity will not go away anytime soon.
Especially with the results of a Quinnipiac University poll, which reveals just how strongly many Republicans continue to feel about Trump.
“He may be down, but he is certainly not out of favor with the GOP. Twice impeached, vilified by Democrats in the trial, and virtually silenced by social media … despite it all, Donald Trump keeps a solid foothold in the Republican Party.” [Source: Fox News]
While all this commentary swirls around Trump, it is also useful to remember why Trump was elected in the first place, as well as why Trump received tens of millions more votes in the last election.
And that remembrance comes the best from Trump’s words themselves, which further underscore Trump’s belief in the nation and its people. Not to mention its history, values, and traditions.
“Our historic, patriotic and beautiful movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun. In the months ahead I have much to share with you, and I look forward to continuing our incredible journey together to achieve American greatness for all of our people.” [Source: Fox News]
Trump also alluded to the future, sending rays of hope into American Patriots’ hearts everywhere.
“We have so much work ahead of us, and soon we will emerge with a vision for a bright, radiant, and limitless American future.” [Source: Fox News]
Democrats are likely displeased with this change of events, but Americans certainly are not.
In fact, it will be difficult to wait to see what he has in store …