In a column by Fred Hiatt, the Washington Post writer explained that Trumpism and all that it entitles is now being mainstreamed by not just the GOP but interest groups like The Japan-American Society of Washington, D.C.
While the GOP spends a considerable amount of time not passing an infrastructure package and stonewalling our country’s ability to pay our bills, they are campaigning. One glaring problem Republican officials have is that it is hard to campaign when your policy plans include “no idea,” “nothing,” “can’t do anything for you,” and “someone said they’re going to take your guns.” As a result, the only avenue of self-promotion GOP operatives have is fear-mongering that Democratic candidates and...
Gavin Newsom’s overwhelming victory in California’s recall vote is a warning to Republicans to change their strategies and platform if they want to succeed in the mid-term elections. California is bedeviled by horrific forest fires, power outages, water shortages, rising urban crime, COVID-19 restrictions, and surging illegal immigration. During the
Typically, current or former politicians send the opposite message to voters.
The former president warned that his supporters “will not be voting” in upcoming elections if “we don’t solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020.”
Trump is throwing a tantrum disguised as a political strategy. And it will backfire.
The line between the GOP fringe on Capitol Hill and the GOP leadership has been blurred to the point that it hardly exists at all.
In a pair of virtual focus groups, a picture emerged of disappointment with Biden — but no regrets that they helped send Trump packing after one term.
"Elections are about winning," the Louisiana Republican said.
For their fellow Republicans who missed the memo, Republicans for Voting Rights sent them a clear message yesterday: TRUMP LOST.
Rachel Maddow reports on a statement by Donald Trump with perhaps the most bipartisan appeal of anything he has ever uttered: that if his Big Lie about his losing bid for reelection in 2020 isn't "solved," then Republicans will not vote in 2022 or 2024.
It should be fairly easy for Republicans to acknowledge that the 2020 presidential election wasn’t stolen. Apparently, it’s more difficult for some than others.