From the moment the first vote in the 2020 presidential election was officially tabulated, evidence of fraud began to grow. Documents, eyewitness testimony, and video have all exposed the variety of ways Democrats used to steal the election.
President Trump insisted from the very beginning that the election was stolen from him. It was. But there must come a point when too much water has flowed under the bridge. Many conservative states have taken measures to prevent anything like 2020 from happening again.
Other states are still pushing forth documents and proof of election fraud. Nevertheless, reversing what happened in 2020 is now virtually impossible. It’s just too late for anything to trigger a change in the administration.
Republicans, led by President Trump, must focus their full attention on the matters at hand. Those matters are the radical progressive left’s hijacking of Joe Biden. The far-left minority in the Democrat Party is using Joe Biden to overwhelm America with their Marxist ideology.
Republicans will have a difficult time stopping them, if their heads are still stuck in 2020. Again, that includes President Trump. Stuart Varney is a popular British-American political commentator. He hasn’t always seen eye-to-eye with the former president.
However, Varney felt many of President Trump’s policies were good for America. He felt strongly that the Trump administration’s stance on immigration was an excellent place to build a foundation.
But Varney also thinks it’s time to move on from the 2020 presidential election, as questionable as the results obviously are. There are a growing number of Republican politicians who feel the same way. In fact, a majority of Americans share these feelings.
President Trump joined Varney by phone the other day on FOX Business. Varney started the conversation by asking President Trump about the Georgia primary election. President Trump has endorsed David Perdue.
Perdue is challenging the incumbent Republican governor, Brian Kemp. Kemp has been in President Trump’s crosshairs since he failed to stop or pursue Democrat-paid ballot traffickers. These traffickers helped steal the electoral votes from President Trump.
Many insist that these Democrat operatives used the same scheme to fraudulently steal both Georgia Senate runoffs. Varney didn’t discount the notion that these elections were stolen. However, the FOX Business host insisted that Americans want to move on.
Varney quizzed his special guest. “What I hear from a number of Republicans is that they don’t want you to look back to the 2020 election and rehash it. They want to look forward to what we’re going to do with this economy and this society going forward. What do you say to that?”
President Trump then made a direct reference to the new documentary 2,000 Mules. 2,000 Mules is startling. It reveals video proof of hundreds of fraudulent ballot traffickers stuffing illegal ballots into drop boxes. This cannot be allowed to go unpunished.
But Varney’s idea was well received by the former president. But President Trump was firm in is belief that, “You have to look at history, Stuart!” That is completely true. The exchange remained extremely professional. Both men made strong points.
But to Varney’s point, President Trump and all Republicans must focus on one critical item. Republicans, led by the most successful modern-day president, must stick to a winning message. Conservatives must stop this out-of-control wave of radical liberalism.
The exchange remained extremely professional, and both men presented valuable thoughts. America is at a crossroads. Republicans must win the upcoming midterm elections. This would allow them to open doors to expose the 2020 election fraud.
But most importantly, it will allow conservative ideas to stop Joe Biden in his tracks. Republican leadership could help save our economy before we nosedive into a dangerous recession, potentially another depression.
Conservative minds could begin to tackle the horrific inflation that is plaguing Americans. Our country could return to energy independence. Republican policies would help stop the crime wave that is destroying our great cities. It must happen.
If it means President Trump and Republicans must dilute the rhetoric attacking the fraudulent 2020 election, then so be it. Republicans must retake control of Congress. Finally, in 2024, President Trump can flip the script and return for his second-term as President of the United States. Anything else could mean the death of our democracy.