This weekend, Trump held a big event at Mar-a-Lago to boost Republicans for the upcoming elections in 2022.
Early reports about the event noted that Trump was going to name a possible 2024 candidate, but that seemed to be a bit of a smokescreen.
Instead, Trump dropped a few names that we would expect to be atop his list if he does not run himself, but the main takeaway from the event was that Trump is fully committed to helping the GOP regain congressional power.
While everyone would love to jump ahead to the 2024 presidential election, we have some baby steps that need to be taken first.
The first step that needs to be taken is to identify vulnerable blue seats in the House and Senate.
Next, we need to identify candidates right out of the gate that can win those seats to help Republicans regain control in at least one, if not both of the chambers of Congress.
On this front, Trump stated, “I stand before you this evening filled with confidence that in 2022, we are going to take back the House and we are going to reclaim the Senate.”
Blasting the Enemies Within
The night was not without controversy, however, as Trump went off-script a bit to go after some of his enemies, including those within the party.
The media accused Trump of going on a “vulgar” rant, which we covered earlier today.
Former Speaker John Boehner said far worse about the likes of Ted Cruz, Jim Jordan, and Trump this week, but the media barely covered it.
Trump calls McConnell a “dumb son of a bi***” and the media loses its mind.
Additionally, Trump hit Dr. Fauci and once again expressed disappointment in Mike Pence for not turning the electoral college vote back to the states for further review.
Readers may not like what I am about to say, but Trump needs to get past the election and concentrate on moving forward.
If he continues to bring it up, the media will dismiss whatever else he has to say solely because he continues to bring up the election.
At this point, there is nothing we can do about it, especially with Democrats holding all the cards right now.
Additionally, continuously referring to the election gives the censors the excuse they need to knock any content including Trump and/or anything he has to say right off the internet.
If Trump wants to have an impact, he needs to be heard, and if his videos and content continuously disappear, he obviously cannot help anyone win anything.
First, let’s get them out of office, then if we want to revisit what happened in the 2020 election once Republicans get back in charge, appoint a commission or a special counsel and make it happen.
Of note was that Trump went out of his way to mention both Governors Kristi Noem and Ron DeSantis.
If Trump does not run, that is more than likely the ticket we will see for Republicans in 2024.
Source: Fox News