Washington DC is going under a massive transformation since the Inurugation of Democrat Joe Biden. The Republican party is beginning to embrace that President Donald J. Trump is the people’s leader, and the people want Trump to lead the Grand Old Party in the future. The shift in focus from squishy leftist to Populist Conservative leaves career politicians looking for new digs with an unfavorable “Uniparty.”
“Dozens of Republicans in former President George W. Bush’s administration are leaving the party, dismayed by a failure of many elected Republicans to disown Donald Trump,” Reuters reported on Monday.
The Establishment is not happy.
“These officials, some who served in the highest echelons of the Bush administration, said they had hoped that a Trump defeat would lead party leaders to move on from the former president and denounce his baseless claims that the November presidential election was stolen,” Reuters wrote, proving that many civil servants sill answer to their voters who do support Trump and want answers about the extraordinary November election.
“But with most Republican lawmakers sticking to Trump, these officials say they no longer recognize the party they served. Some have ended their membership; others are letting it lapse while a few are newly registered as independents, according to a dozen former Bush officials who spoke with Reuters.”
It is no surprise that the squishy, haughty leftist Republicans, who the American people do not care about, are leaving the GOP over the massive public support for President Donald J. Trump.
Trump is everything the Tea Party movement said they wanted. Trump’s policies and agenda for America is the great equalizer between the working American and the elite political class.
Former President George Bush Jr. was never all that exciting for Conservative Republican voters because he was always viewed as a squishy shadow of his father, a failed, and George Bush Sr. was an unpopular one-term President.
Conservatives at their time “held their noses” and voted for Bush Jr., who immediately was faced with 911 attacks, and so the country got behind him and supported him for the most part, out of a sense of duty to the nation.
But Bush was never popular; in fact, before his second term, Karl Rove had town halls around the country to beg and plead for people’s support, claiming the Bush administration would finally represent Conservatives with just one more term.
Bush got the votes, and betrayed the voters, and never looked back.
Bush Jr. spent his second term licking the boots of the people who were trashing him in the media, an utter submissive humiliation, opening the door for leftists to infiltrate public institutions, such as the public takeover schools.
In fact, Obama’s first term was really Bush Jr.’s second term. Bush lied to the public, and now his cronies are sad about Trump.
Reuters goes on:
“More than half of the Republicans in Congress – eight senators and 139 House representatives – voted to block certification of the election just hours after the Capitol siege.
Most Republican Senators have also indicated they would not support Trump’s impeachment, making it almost certain that the former president won’t be convicted in his Senate trial. Trump was impeached on Jan. 13 by the Democratic-led House of Representatives on charges of “incitement of insurrection,” the only president to be impeached twice.
The unwillingness by party leaders to disavow Trump was the final straw for some former Republican officials.”
So Trump has been successful so far in draining the GOP Swamp. We really may have won more than was at first evident to us.