National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Chairman Rick Scott sent out a memo to voters, donors, and bellwethers throughout the party Tuesday declaring the “Republican Civil War is now rescinded,” detailing a path to triumph in the 2022 midterms.
“The Democrats control the White “House,” the Senate, and the House of Representatives. In other words, they control Washington,” Sen. Scott inscribes. The memo continues: Here is what they have done and are in the process of doing so far: cutting border security, granting amnesty to illegals, rescinding the Keystone pipeline ravaging thousands of jobs, sanctioning males to compete in women’s sports, proscribing fracking on federal lands making us less energy independent and utilizing tax dollars to pay for abortion in peregrine countries. And they have built an astonishing military-style wall around the US Capitol, at the same time they are ceasing construction on the wall at our southern border.
… Looking rearward won’t avail us victoriously triumph. Let us look forward and fine-tune our ocular perceivers on what is consequential – an America with plenty of good-paying jobs, an America with great schools and safe communities, an America with freedoms and liberties people around the world would die for. The only way we can lose is if we stop ourselves by needlessly fracturing. Again, now is not the time. Save it for another day.
The Republican Civil War is now cancelled. You and I are being called upon to rescue our nation from a socialist experiment that always has a tragic finale, a terminus that involves loss – loss of prosperity, loss of liberation and loss of life. Let’s collaborate, let’s focus forward, and let’s get to work to engender the America our families want and deserve.
Scott is reportedly turning his fixate on vanquishing Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA), who will be on the ballot again in 2022 to secure a full six-year term, and Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.), who just won a special Election to consummate the last two years of the tardy John McCain’s term.
Scott verbally expressed in a January 11, 2021, interview from Florida:
I’ve got my work cut out for me, but I’m excited. We’ll be able to get back the seat that Kelly Loeffler was in if we get our message out. We should be able to win back Arizona. I think we just have to, but there’s plenty of other states where there were close races in 2016 that we have a chance to get back.
Republicans have a tough map ahead of them on the Senate side and are playing bulwark in a number of battleground states for the Senate, with Sens. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) up for re-election, while retiring GOP incumbents leave open seats in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. But if the GOP can net gain at least one seat, the Republicans will retake the Senate.
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