Once the GOP will take back the House this 2022, there’s a move that Republicans can make that would shake Pelosi, Biden, and all of DC to its core.
According to the inside sources, there is a great possibility they could “crown” President Tump the Speaker of the House.
Will it happen?
Some say it just might, and that’s why Trump is getting ready to hit the rally circuit again.
According to Bizpaceview reports:
Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union, offered the surprising claim while speaking with Newsmax host John Bachman.
Starting off the discussion, Bachman said he believes “the road to 2022” starts in Ohio, where the former president intends to hold his first post-presidential rally on June 26th.
“I think the road to 2022 really starts in Columbus, Ohio because we’re going to see one of the kinds of the classic Trump rallies. I imagine there’s going to be a massive crowd there. Trump’s also going to go to Tampa, Florida, and the border,” he said.
He then asked Schlapp, whose wife, Mercedes Schlapp, was a senior Trump administration official, how excited he feels about the return of these rallies.
“His travel is coinciding with these different congressional races. There’s a lot of buzzes out there that Donald Trump would even be potentially someone they crown as the speaker of the House if the Republicans get the majority back,” Schlapp said.
He cautioned however that this isn’t a confirmed fact, though he did argue that it inspires “an interesting conversation about Trump inserting himself in the fight for the Republicans to get back the majority.”
“He’s going to be a big boost to the elephant’s chances to do that. I think there’s a high probability they take back the House. These rallies are going to be a real balm, a real sense of comfort for 75 million Americans who feel cancelled, feel like he’s been cancelled,” he said.
Continuing, he added, “And so I feel like these rallies are going to have a tremendous injection of positive energy into our politics. And Nancy Pelosi better beware, because they have embraced these radical concepts. It’s just not where America is.”
This is reflected in part in President Joe Biden’s disapproval rating, which has climbed from an average of 36 per cent in late January to a record 43.4 per cent as of June 16th, according to data from RealClearPolitics.
It’s also reflected in growing complaints about inflation, higher taxes, the border crisis and rampant crime.
There’s also growing concerned about the administration’s adoption of nanny-state policies like a menthol cigarette ban that critics argue would lead to more law enforcement activities against blacks and discriminatory policies like race-based assistance programs.
Schlapp believes that, of these myriads of issues, immigration may be the clincher.
“[T]his issue impacts those who live around the border, especially in Texas, which has the biggest bulk of the border. And it affects minority communities. I think the idea of orderly immigration, legal immigration system, is very popular with people who live in these border states and the minority communities around the border,” he said.
Continuing, he added, “I think what you’re going to see is a continual drive of people of colour to the Republican Party because they’re for common sense ideas like an orderly immigration system, a closed border. They’re for families, they’re for small businesses, they’re for faith.”
This is true. Multiple studies have shown that far-left “progressives” comprise just a tiny minority of the U.S. population. Most Americans are more centred, which is why the Democrat Party’s embrace of radical policies could backfire.
“[T]he Democrat Party’s embrace of radicalism is not gonna work well with these voters. You’ll see our numbers go up in these communities,” Schlapp predicted.
Watch it here: Newsmax