There has been plenty of drama within the Republican Party lately over its future involvement with Donald Trump. A number of D.C. Republicans—mostly in the House—have signaled their willingness to ditch the 45th president. Some even voted against him in the left’s bogus second impeachment.
The de facto ring leader of this group was Liz Cheney, who faced a brutal execution of her career recently. Her removal from House GOP leadership was proof that Donald Trump was going nowhere—and could even be president once again.
But that doesn’t seem to be the end of the controversy. Democrats want to create a “commission” to investigate the January 6 riot. It’s another clear attempt by the left to blame Trump for the actions of others. Most House Republicans voted against this bill, except for 35 of them.
So, Trump came out blasting the GOP for never being able to stick together.
“See, 35 wayward Republicans – they just can’t help themselves. We have much better policy and are much better for the Country, but the Democrats stick together, the Republicans don’t,” Trump said in his statement…
“They don’t have the Romneys, Little Ben Sasses, and Cheneys of the world,” said Trump, referring to Wyoming GOP Rep. Liz Cheney and Republican Sens. Mitt Romney and Ben Sasse, who have publicly opposes Trump. “Unfortunately, we do. Sometimes there are consequences to being ineffective and weak. The voters understand!” [Source: Just the News]
Say what you will about Democrats. They have no morals. Their plans are terrible for America. They are communists eager to bow to China. But at least the party as a whole is united.
That may not be the case forever (or on all issues) but most of the time, Democrats are willing to put aside their differences when it counts. They aren’t as quick as Republicans to undermine their agenda or goals, just to make a name for themselves.
And keep in mind, most Democrats are career politicians who are only in public office to get rich. Yet even they are willing to unite for a common goal.
Republicans? Their “convictions” often get the best of them, causing rifts and splits we’d never seen on the left.
Just think about it. Right now, radical progressives are gradually eroding the Democrat’s moderate base. More and more open socialists are taking over the party. That, in time, will lead to the party’s demise. But do you see them fighting in public? Of course not.
But Republicans can’t even get along over a former president that performed miracles in office.
Donald Trump’s rebuke might be painful, but it’s accurate. When the chips are down, Republicans would rather grab the spotlight than support the large vision of the party.
How will that fare in future elections? Trump said it himself, “The voters understand.”
Author: Mark Anderson