Despite their blatant disregard for the Constitution and due process, Democrats pushed a second impeachment of Donald Trump. And, once again, they failed. They must be getting pretty sick of that pesky Constitution that requires 67 senators to vote to acquit a president.
Plenty of Republicans have warned Democrats of the aftermath of their actions. And those few Republicans who actually jumped ship to betray Donald Trump? Yeah, they might be facing repercussions sooner than they think.
Some of them might think they are safe, given the fact they are not up for re-election soon. But some of them are. And some of them are from states who wouldn’t mind recalling a senator, if he really ticked off the folks back home.
And there is a new fly in the ointment for these RINOs—Trump is coming back. He beat impeachment twice and nothing is stopping him from running again in the future. And Sen. Graham just revealed what he might do next.
Senator Lindsey Graham during an interview on Fox News Sunday said that he had spoken to former President Donald Trump after the Senate voted to acquit the nation’s 45th commander-in-chief of the single article of impeachment…
Graham noted that Trump is “ready to move on and rebuild the Republican Party. He’s excited about 2022.”
“He’s mad at some folks, but I understand that,” Graham said. [Source: Just the News]
The 2022 Midterm elections will be the next time Americans can weigh in on the federal government. It will give Republicans a chance to fight back against Biden and his radical regime. And it will give voters a chance to reshape the House and Senate in big ways.
Democrats should be very worried about their fate in the House. They lost seats in 2020, while Republicans gained seats. It won’t take much for Republicans to flip the House in 2022, especially if they get someone like Donald Trump running for them. In the Senate, there might be a few seats vulnerable, especially after the impeachment vote.
Some Republicans might have trouble holding onto their seats, unless a powerful figure like Trump lends them a hand. He had previously promised to campaign against Lisa Murkowski, who will be running for re-election in 2022 (and who voted against him in the impeachment trial).
Considering Trump got 75,000,000 (real) votes, there’s no doubt many, many Americans are still behind him. This impeachment farce was a pathetic attempt by the left to turn some of his supporters against him. Instead, they made Trump look like a tragic hero, a martyr who suffered injustice attacks for the cause.
He can easily use that in 2022 to his advantage, showing up at rallies to boost the chances of many candidates.
Sure, Twitter won’t be giving him his old account back. But do you really think Trump needs Twitter to reach America?
The leftist media hangs on his every word, even now. Come 2022, Americans will be eager to see Trump reappear, stumping for Republican candidates. Graham said Trump wants to “rebuild” the Republican Party. That seems to suggest Trump will have an active role in shaping the GOP’s future, a future minus the RINOs who bow to the D.C. swamp.
The next few years will be very interesting, to say the least.