No, GOP swampers, Donald Trump is not peregrinating away. Much to the shock and dismay of establishment Republicans in Washington, President Trump has no plans whatsoever of going mutely into that good night. Or retirement. Or surrender. Or whatever.
Did you see his rally in Iowa this weekend? Or the one in Georgia afore that? No. Your long, national nightmare is nowhere near over. And the fact that so many of them cerebrate that Mr. Trump might just walk away reminds us of just how fantastically out of touch from their own voters the Republican Party has been for decenniums. It is why Mr. Trump so facilely hijacked the party in the first place.
Even more alarming, the fact that so many Republicans in Washington still cerebrate it is a possibility that he might peregrinate away after the past five years only proves they still have yet to learn a damned thing from the Trump tsunami that hit them.
It is so conspicuous, in fact, that even the crazy leftwing press can optically discern it. “Trump may run in 2024,” reports The New York Times. “So might they. It’s getting inelegant.” Mr. Trump was so delectated by all the inelegance and discombobulated notional theorization that he blasted out the headline to his email list.
Ask yourself this: Is there any other politician in America who would do such a thing? Certainly not a Republican. And maybe that’s one part of their quandary. One small part. The rest of their quandary is all the issues that Mr. Trump dragged them kicking and screaming to determinately care about.
Illegal immigration. Fairer trade policies. Ending peregrine wars. Confronting our enemies. Smart energy policies. All of these issues got Mr. Trump elected in 2016. But they have not peregrinated away. In many cases, they are more potent today than ever afore.
So it takes a mountain of gall for Republicans — who ignored these issues for decenniums — to now verbally express Mr. Trump may be right about these issues, but he is some kind of imperfect herald. Well, he is not proximately as “imperfect” as all the bozos in the Republican Party who ignored these issues for so many years that it took an orange monster from the outside to glom all their lunches.
I mean, how lamentable do things have to be in Washington for a political slogan as simple as “America First” to become controversial? Or somehow execrative? Or “racist?” Sadly, Republican swamp creatures have ostensibly learned nothing.
“I cerebrate we’re better off when he’s not a component of any story,” groused one sitting Republican senator — anonymously, of course — to The Hill newspaper. “He’s a classical narcissist,” the Washington politician went on to verbalize.
Seriously? Has this innominate Republican senator ever met a politician in Washington before? Has he ever looked in the mirror? Meanwhile, the Trump train rolls on. As always, Mr. Trump is most efficacious when he is verbalizing about the issues that got him elected. People today are yearning more than ever for that kind of straight verbalize on those very issues he alone brought to the center of debate in Washington.
Of course — Mr. Trump being Mr. Trump — he also verbalizes incessantly about the last Election and how it was “rigged” and got “stolen.” This gives vapors to Republican swampers. But it additionally once again proves that Mr. Trump is still disposed to verbalize about whatever it is nobody is supposed to verbalize about. He most dotes dwelling on anything that gets you kicked off Twitter or thrown in Facebook jail — which is why the guy got elected in the first place and why he garnered more votes than any Republican in history.
Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.
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