Whether it’s the latest ruling on disbanding the special master Judge Aileen Cannon insisted on having, or whether the Supreme Court permitted Congress to have access to his tax returns, it seems that the loser Trump keeps piling up his losses. All of the above happened after he single-handedly stood in the way of most Republicans predicting a red wave sweeping them into power after the mid-term elections. Everyday, the American people realize that Trump, a werewolf, has become a dead weight but whose hardcore supporters still cling unto him like a drowning man clings to a raft, which is forcing the GOP to walk on egg shells as some of its leadership contemplates releasing him ever so slowly and ever so carefully without losing his voters.
Good luck Mitch. Who knows, you might just succeed in getting rid of Trump after he loses the 2024 elections too.
One thing is clear today. The January 6 committee work on what Trump has done between November 4, 2020 and January 20, 2021 has opened the eyes of the American people. Most Americans now see him the way the rest of us did back in 2015. The charlatan that is working a new grift and using the White House as his base of operations.
A man of no morality or integrity willing to destroy his own country just to satisfy an infantile need for love, acceptance, and success.
In the room today, there is only one sane political party. Imperfect maybe, but sane.
HOW DO YOU LOSE TRUMP WITHOUT LOSING THE NEW VOTERS?
Even though many in the GOP know that the new voters Donald Trump attracted to the party were mostly racist and Nazis, the GOP leadership still clings to the idea it needs to keep them motivated to vote Republican long after Trump is gone. Is this a realistic aim? Is it worth standing by MAGA politics for the GOP to harness the powers of these new voters even at the risk of what we see before us today in our Republic? Do we want insurrectionist voters to go mainstream?
The answer to these questions seems to present us with a resounding “yes” as the GOP continues to kowtow to Trump. Nothing the former President does is going to deny him the GOP central support. Not even hosting an antisemitic bigot at his Mar-a-Lago estate during Thanksgiving dinner.
This demonstrates clearly that the GOP does not really want to lose Trump. Or, rather, it cannot lose him without losing his base, which is something the GOP leadership is unwilling to do. Houston, we have a problem. Our country is falling apart and the men and women we trusted to keep it glued together are failing us miserably because of their selfish pursuit for personal power.
Unless the Fuhrer dies, this tango between the GOP and its new anti-establishment positions will continue to harm this country for some time. In the room today, there is only one sane political party. Imperfect maybe, but sane.
To people like Mitch McConnell, the American people have rejected the werewolf already
FROM VAMPIRES TO WEREWOLVES
The very wise Hershel Walker, running for a Senate seat in Georgia, did not plug his statement that werewolves can defeat vampires out of thin air. No, siree. This is a subject matter that, we believe, is the center of discussion by many of the top GOP leadership.
Before Trump, they were all vampires sucking the blood of the American people by passing laws to help only the rich and powerful. Then they realized that a werewolf, like Donald Trump, who ate them all for lunch, has a better chance of galvanizing the troops than their apathetic campaign road shows could ever do. Not only a werewolf ate the vampires, but the werewolf also brought new followers and new voters. Never mind their bigotry and salute to Nazism.
This is why Walker wants to be a werewolf. It came from the deep bowls of the GOP’s understanding of the Trump phenomenon.
To people like Mitch McConnell, the American people have rejected the werewolf already. How to get rid of him without losing his base is the big question on his mind. Maybe the answer lies in one simple fact: You can’t.