Back in 1992, President Trump explained that he appreciates loyalty and those who aren’t loyal gets the floor mopped up with them.
Here we are in 2021.
Do you believe the stakes are any less for disloyalty than they were so long ago? And if so, who would he target? In 2022, we know at least two targets. Gov Brian Kemp and SOS Brad Raffensperger.
They turned a blind eye to the irregularities in the state as glaring as they were. Both are up for reelection. And make no mistake about it, Trump is the most popular Republican in the country.
He is also likely to urge Senate Republicans to ditch Mitch “Pelosi’s B*^ch” McConnell. McConnell allegedly told a reporter that he believed Trump committed an impeachable crime.
Citizen Trump once said that he “would have wiped the floor with the guys who weren’t loyal”. This was from an interview in 1992. According to the American Independent:
A recently surfaced recording of Donald Trump’s appearance on the Charlie Rose show in 1992 shows that Trump has been obsessed with loyalty and revenge for a very long time.
Trump explicitly divides people into two groups: Those who are loyal to him and those who are disloyal. And he chillingly declares that he “loves getting even” with those he perceives as having been disloyal — people who “didn’t come to [his] aid” or “do small things that would have helped.”
But if you want to see this video today you have to put up with Google – YouTube chyrons or footnotes at the bottom of the page under the video – garbage that says “states certify results after ensuring ballots are properly counted and correcting irregularities and errors”.
These people are sick – Big Media, Big Tech, the Democrats and many Republicans. The 2020 election was stolen. We could name three significant issues in three states that would overturn the election if addressed. Unfortunately, it seems that no one but the 74.2 million Americans who voted for President Trump would care.
I look for Trump to do a lot of personal appearances in 2022, not to defeat Democrats but to defeat Republicans who might as well be Democrats.