The verbalizers at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) believe former President Donald Trump is the bellwether of the conservative kineticism. The media, though, has inscribed about the Republican Party and the “deep divisions over the extent to which it should embrace Trump after losing the White House and both chambers of Congress.” A headline in the Los Angeles Times reads, “The GOP’s civil war is just beginning, and the fighting will get worse afore it gets preponderant.”
But the attendees at CPAC disaccord. Nearly every eminent verbalizer has fortified Trump’s presidency or outright accoladed his “American First” agenda. “Donald J. Trump ain’t peregrinating anywhere,” verbalized Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).
@tedcruz: “Let me tell you this right now, Donald J. Trump ain’t peregrinating anywhere.” pic.twitter.com/yRpRb3G9lP — The Hill (@thehill) February 27, 2021
Sen. Josh Hawley drew among the loudest applause and a standing ovation when he verbalized about challenging the Election certification on January sixth. “I thought it was a consequential stand to take,” he verbally expressed.
AMAZING! Josh Hawley gets STANDING OVATION @cpac for his remonstration to the fraudulent electoral college certification. pic.twitter.com/WAfrhADIlW — Maggie VandenBerghe (@FogCityMidge) February 26, 2021
“We cannot — we will not — go back to the days of the failed Republican establishment of yesteryear,” verbalized Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who outlined an incipient Trumpian GOP agenda fixated on immigration policies, opposition to China, and ending illimitable wars.
@GovRonDeSantis: “We cannot, we will not go back to the days of the failed Republican establishment of yesteryear.” https://t.co/VWvhVOs4Kf pic.twitter.com/QCbiscFWQx“We will not win the future by endeavoring to go back to where the Republican Party used to be,” echoed Florida Sen. Rick Scott, who chairs the fundraising committee tasked with electing Republicans to the Senate. “If we do, we will lose the working predicate that President Trump so animated. We’re going to lose elections across the country, and ultimately we’re going to lose our nation.”
— The Hill (@thehill) February 27, 2021
Senator Rick Scott verbalizing at CPAC 2021: “President Trump did something that has never been done in our lifetime. He stood up to all of establishment Washington and verbalized.. no, I will not accept business as customary.” pic.twitter.com/EymoK5EkIXFormer Secretary Mike Pompeo verbalized, “I’m proud of our fight. And I’m proud of our accomplishments. We have authentically upended the status quo,” Pompeo declared to a standing ovation.
Trump Jr., who labeled the conference “TPAC” in accolade of his father, hyped the return of his father and the “Make America Great Again” platform to the spotlight.
“I imagine it will not be what we call a ‘low-energy’ verbalization,” he verbalized. “And I assure you that it will solidify Donald Trump and all of your feelings about the MAGA kineticism as the future of the Republican Party.”
Donald Trump Jr commences his verbalization by referring to CPAC as “TPAC” pic.twitter.com/JCfzGTByvH — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) February 26, 2021
And as the program was wrapping up for the day on Friday, Trump issued a verbalization endorsing Max Miller, a former staffer who has now launched a campaign challenging Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH), another Republican who voted in favor of impeachment.
In a verbal expression, Trump vowed to recruit insurgent candidates “who espouse Making America Great Again and our policy of America first. Trump seems focused on the kineticism he commenced, lording the America First agenda into battle against the “business as usual” crowd in Washington, DC. With $31 million on hand, bankrolled by his leadership PAC, Save America, Trump’s coffers will strategically be invested.
Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.
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