Something interesting is happening in politics, and the indicators are everywhere that President Donald J. Trump’sAmerica First’ policies are still holding court in Washington DC, even though Democrat Joe Biden occupies the White House and Democrats hold the US House and the US Senate. For research, look no further than the troublesome RINOS who are not seeking re-election.
“Quiet Never Trumpers who have left: Lamar Alexander Quiet Never Trumpers who are leaving: Rob Portman, Roy Blunt, Richard Burr, Pat Toomey. Quiet Never Trumpers hoping to survive: Bill Cassidy, Mitch McConnell, John Thune. The GOP turning against Trump was a bad idea,” reported Emily Robinson, a White House correspondent.
“Sen. Roy Blunt (Mo.), a member of GOP leadership, announced on Monday that he wouldn’t run for reelection in 2022 — marking the latest high-profile retirement for Senate Republicans.
“After 14 general election victories — three to county office, seven to the United States House of Representatives, and four statewide elections — I won’t be a candidate for reelection to the United States Senate next year,” Blunt said in a video.
Blunt, 71, said that he would finish out his current term, which runs through 2022. Blunt was first elected to the Senate in 2010 and previously served 14 years in the House, where he was also a member of GOP leadership,” Jordain Carney Reported, in his article, for The Hill, Roy Blunt won’t run for Senate seat in 2022.
The left feels that it is their unlimited power that has scared the Republicans off.
However, would the left have to cheat at elections if they were really that powerful and popular?
Here is Blunt, after years of hammering the working class, trying to look like a Populist to save face:
EVERYONE WANTS TO LOOK LIKE A WORKER NOW
So, think again about why Blunt and others would leave their cushy jobs now. Consider the overwhelming continuous popularity of Trump, which, no matter how hard the GOP tried, they could not persuade Americans to stop supporting him, and they could not demonize voters enough to drop out of politics. This latest defection from DC, by blunt, on the heels of other left-leaning Republicans like Richard Burr of North Carolina, is not because of the Democrats. It is not because their districts have all of a sudden turned progressive-liberal- Democrat.
The Populist movement had a taste of victory, was exposed to the corruption, and had been directed on how to fight back, and they want Trump back, or at least his populist policies.
One political watcher posted in response to the news, “Just In: Missouri GOP Sen. Roy Blunt announces he will NOT run for re-election in 2022. This makes 4, with Burr, Toomey, and Portman. All 4 of these guys are of GOP’s earlier style – partisan, but not hyper-partisan; conservatives, not clowns. No surprise they’ve had enough.”
That is pretty typical for the left, who is nothing but hyperpartisan.
The RINO movement of going soft in the face of massive leftist power grabs is thankfully coming to an end, and it is the American people who have had enough of watching the transformation of the country happening while the RINO right appeared to be taking bribes to let it all happen, all while giving lip service that they were really upset by it.
2022 is the new 2020. Americans need to stay engaged and get engaged. Run for every office possible, including GOP party office, and get ready to volunteer for some “America First” candidates because obviously, Trump can not do all of the heavy lifting by himself.
Get back in there y’all.