Trumpism Remains a Potent Force, So Watch 2022

On departing Washington, president Trump said about his four years in the White House:

“It’s been a great honor. The honor of a lifetime. The greatest people in the world, the greatest home in the world. We’ve had an amazing four years. We’ve accomplished a lot. We love the American people, and, again, it’s been something very special…”

“I just want to say goodbye, but hopefully it’s not a long-term goodbye. We’ll see each other again.”

“We love you. We will be back in some form.”

“I will always fight for you. I will always be watching. I will be listening…”

Notice the words, “hopefully it’s not a long-term goodbye. We’ll see each other again” and “We will be back in some form…” Amazing. And Democrats are terrified of those words.

Don’t forget, Donald Trump has four adult children. They are angry at what happened to their father. They may get seriously involved in politics sooner rather than later. Donald Trump Jr. is highly popular among conservatives. And the rest of his children are going to be like little satellites, spreading the word about Trumpism and seeking to keep the Trump flame burning bright. It won’t be hard to do. Just ask 74 million Americans who voted for the president.

Trumpism is an international movement, the antidote to globalism. So we can expect the president to do lots of traveling, and lots of speaking. This man loves the public eye, and his supporters love him. There has never been anything like him ever before. He may be just as effective, or moreso, out of office as in.

He will probably take it easy for a while, play some golf, tend to his business empire and such. But he can multi-task. He will probably be involved in politics one way or another on a regular basis starting soon. He is not going to take “retirement” lightly. This man is a fireball of energy. conjectured recently that president Trump will probably call into friendly radio and TV programs regularly like Rush Limbaugh and Newsmax and even local and regional stations as a way to stay involved. He will certainly establish some type of website through which he can keep in touch with his voters.

And while the leftists in the publishing industry say that they want their industry to boycott any book that the president writes, he can simply put it on the web for free and get 50 times as many readers as he might get through bookstores. So there.

You will also see this Capitol protest baloney fade away. That was just the last hurrah of the Trump haters. News reports seem to indicate that around 100 people have been arrested. This was no “coup”; this was a small bunch of rowdy Trump supporters who did almost no damage. This story is going to die off quickly.

The Democrats, on the other hand, are going to overplay their hand under Biden. They don’t want to consider that they had to steal the election from someone whom they said that America hates. And you can be sure that they are looking very nervously toward the 2022 mid-term elections already.

In the mid-term elections of 1994, 2002 and 2010, when presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama faced their first real electoral challenges after being elected in 1992, 2000 and 2008, their respective political parties (Democrat, Republican, Democrat) lost a total of 20 US Senate seats.

In 2010, Democrats lost a whopping 63 US House seats and majority control of the House. In 1994, Democrats lost a whopping 54 House seats and Republicans took over majority control of the House for the first time in 40 years as a reaction to Bill Clinton being elected in 1992. So Democrats are hunkering down for 2022 already. They know what is coming. Republicans almost took over the House in 2020 and they are tied 50-50 in the Senate today. A takeover in both is practically guaranteed.

In 2018, Republicans lost 43 House seats only because 55 Republicans, mostly Never Trumpers, retired from the House that year, essentially giving the House away. The unresolved Russia collusion hoax also hurt Republicans.

But in 2018, Republicans actually picked up two US Senate seats, which is amazing considering that the Russia hoax was still in play. This gain came after president Trump actively campaigned for Republican candidates.

When Biden and the Democrats overplay their hand between now and 2022, Republicans are going to win big in the mid-term elections, in both the Senate and House, predicts. You just watch. You read it first on

So hang in there, friends. Hope is on the horizon. We have lots of power in our Trumpism. Just look at how the stock value of Facebook and Twitter crashed by $50 billion over just two days in reaction to their bans on Trump. Facebook has since reversed the ban. The Trump Curse burned them bad.

Our president is certainly going to help us in every way he can by staying in the limelight. And if he decides to run in 2024 – which believes he will – you can be sure that Democrats are going to go totally insane.

Meanwhile our stolen-election president Joe Biden calls for “national unity”. What a joke. His party has fanned the flames of hatred since Trump announced his candidacy in June 2015. We are not going to suddenly sing in harmony with these skunks.

No, we are going to fight these dirtbags every step of the way. And it is going to be delicious, and fun, to watch and participate in. After all, the protest at the Capitol on January 6 has scared the daylights out of liberals. They think that we Trump supporters are all dangerous, armed radicals.

We are not, but let’s keep them fearing us while we peacefully and quietly make our case to the American people about Trumpism. It won’t take long for our ideas to take root once again. Biden’s agenda is going to bring down the country, and 2022 will be the first measure of how much power we, and our beloved president, still have.

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