Right now, Democrats in D.C. are wasting their time (and our tax dollars) trying to make sure Donald Trump never bothers them again. He made their lives terrible for four years, by actually putting Americans first. The swamp may have regained the federal government, but they clearly fear a Trump comeback.
The bogus second impeachment is just a way to prevent Trump from running for president in the future. It also serves (in Democrats’ minds) as a symbolic gesture of “erasing” the mark Trump left on Capitol Hill. But they are going to find it very hard to completely eliminate Trump’s legacy, both in Washington and around the country.
For one reason, Trump has already re-emerged with a new office and everything.
Former President Donald Trump has formally established an official post-presidency “Office of the Former President” in Palm Beach County, Florida.
“The Office of the Former President” will be responsible for managing Trump’s “correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities,” according to a statement released on Monday.
The office will also seek to “advance the interests of the United States and to carry on the agenda of the Trump Administration through advocacy, organizing, and public activism.”
“President Trump will always and forever be a champion for the American People,” the statement concludes. [Source: Breitbart]
It’s no secret the left did everything they could to silence Trump on his way back to private life. They shut down his social media accounts, hoping he would just shut up and leave America alone. But they forgot that 75,000,000 Americans voted for Trump—and they would find a way of hearing from him.
Or perhaps that’s why Democrats are trying so hard to shut down the former president? They know his influence will be felt for many years to come, so impeaching him and killing his access to social media is their way of choking out his influence?
Again and again, Democrats prove they are utter fools. So what if Trump doesn’t have a Twitter account? There are literally countless ways he can reach the public. Hell, he can even start his own social media network if he wanted to.
His new office will continue promoting an “America First” agenda through means other than the presidency. It will lead “advocacy, organizing, and public activism” efforts to protect and defend America’s interests.
When presidents leave office, they often form some kind of group to continue their efforts. But rarely do we see them have as much of an impact as when they were in office. Even golden boy Obama is hardly as influential as he was in 2008. But something tells me Trump is going to be different.
Considering the circumstances of the 2020 election, millions of Americans feel he was cheated, even martyred, for their freedoms. They will be eager to find ways to continue to support him, in or out of office.
This new endeavor might just have a tremendous impact on the country for years to come.