Former President Donald Trump blasted Mitch McConnell and RINO (Republican in Name Only) Senate Republicans in a statement this week, challenging Republicans to “fight for America.”
The brief statement said, “Under the weak leadership of Mitch McConnell, Senate Republicans continue to lose.
“He lost Arizona, he lost Georgia, he ignored election fraud and he doesn’t fight. Now he’s giving Democrats everything they want and getting nothing in return. No deal is better than a bad deal.
“Fight for America, not for special interests and Radical Democrats. RINOs are ruining America, right alongside Communist Democrats.”
It’s been a downward spiral for Trump and conservative in recent months. First the presidential election, then the Senate following the election of two Democrats in a Georgia January runoff election and now open borders and growing Bidenflation as the left seeks to pass even more wasteful spending in a new infrastructure bill.
Trump continued to argue that, “No deal is better than a bad deal.”
The “Art of the Deal” author knows what he’s talking about when it comes to deal-making. It looks like every time Republicans join a “bipartisan” plan with Democrats, there is suddenly a bait and switch that includes approving another leftist deal to move forward.
The infrastructure deal, by the way, plans to include a pathway for citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants. Not sure what that has to do with building bridges and roads, but Democrats are insisting it stays in the bill.
And will spending another trillion dollars or more really “help” the American people or the economy? Not really. It’s like saying that increasing the limit on your credit card helps. Sure, you can spend more, but it’s not really helping in the long term.
Instead, Trump argues those compromising with the left have become part of ruining America. The way forward is not partnering with those seeking to take advantage of their current power, but to defeat them in the next election.
Until then, the focus should not be cooperating with more plans to harm the country, but calling out the left’s radical plans and opposing them accordingly. Perhaps this is why Trump’s poll numbers remain high despite not being president, or even being on social media.
He’s out to oppose those hurting the country rather than give in to their demands. The Senate needs more of this approach to stop Biden’s spending spree and deadly border policies.
Trump’s final words calling the left “Communist Democrats” is not exactly right, but it’s getting close. We now have some in Congress who would support Cuba’s communism, call Israel a terrorist group and support defunding the police. Worse, other Democrats continue to support them through their silence or outright agreement.
It’s time to stop letting the left ruin America and work toward efforts that actually help the nation. If it takes stalling until the midterms, then so be it. America is better off with no infrastructure than a plan filled with leftist provisions that further harm the country.