The Social Contract is broken.
The Bragg-Daniels attack on Donald Trump is the quintessential modern act of PC stupidity’s destruction of a society.
If it succeeds.
But yet again, President Trump’s vicious enemies have under-estimated and misread the master campaigner they seek to destroy.
The man is a builder.
From way back.
And now his astonishing creativity has the chance to build the single best thing to Make America truly Great Again.
A broad-based coalition for freedom.
These are some of the people I believe President Trump should invite now to agree to be part of his next administration (left to right):
Tulsi Gabbard, the former Bernie Sanders Democrat. She is now a CPAP star. Pat Buchanan recommended her to replace Bolton in the first Trump Administration. She looks great. She speaks great. And, in my opinion, she thinks great.
Mitt Romney. If Trump makes peace with the RINOs, he returns to The White House. Romney has just stated Trump is unfit for office, but magnanimity to Romney from Trump now extends Trump’s base. If a totally united Republican Party standing for freedom goes to the people in 2024, the Trump Democrats stand a chance of outnumbering yesteryear’s Reagan Democrats and potentially delivering landslides in all three houses.
Nikki Haley, former Governor of South Carolina for six years until she became Trump’s ambassador to the U.N.
Elise Stefanik, who was 30 years old when she entered Congress.
Governor Ron DeSantis, a very strong candidate for the VP spot on the ticket and, if willing, a certainty to be in Trump’s Unity Freedom Cabinet.
Marjorie Taylor Greene a very conservative woman from Rome, Georgia.
Senator Ted Cruz, the first Hispanic-American to become a U.S. Senator from Texas.
Kari Lake, a media star and Trump loyalist.
Senator Rand Paul, the very talented and highly moral son following in the footsteps of his truly immortal libertarian father, Ron.
A broad coalition for freedom like this would be unbeatable in 2024.
Can The Donald build it?
I hope so.
Geoff Fox, 5th April, 2023, Down Under