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DAVIDSON: Trump Prevails for Three More Months, or 32 Total Years? — Opinion

Who can keep the GOP momentum going?

Jeff Davidson

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While Democrats are licking their chops hoping that President Trump is roundly rejected by voters, a different outcome is more likely. In mere days, even with massive Democrat voter fraud and election criminality, Donald Trump is re-elected, maybe by a landslide, and serves out his second-term. Thereafter, in 2024, the GOP will need to run a candidate who can keep the momentum going, and has the capability to follow in the President’s footsteps. That will not be easy.

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Many possible candidates are emerging, Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas has shown remarkable bravery, insight, and outspokenness and would be among my first few choices. Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri would make a fine candidate. Certainly Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio would be an excellent choice. Given that Donald Trump went from non-politician to president, a congressional representative could land the highest office as well.

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Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia has spoken up admirably for conservative and Republican causes. Trey Gowdy, though retired from Congress, would generate strong interest. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas has emerged as one of the great leaders of the party, while four years ago, I knew a lot of people who couldn’t stand him.

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Nikki Haley, formerly governor of South Carolina and the U.S. representative to the UN for several years, has got a great political touch, speaks well, and could generate enthusiasm among a number of voting groups. Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee would get my vote if she decided to run. Sen. Rand Paul of Indiana has emerged as political force and could serve well. Fox News host Tucker Carlson has an amazing grasp of the issues and an unparalleled ability to deliver keen political insight and mega-doses of common sense in succinct, short bursts.

Indeed, the Republican party is rich in potential candidates. Is there a way, however, to reasonably ensure that a Republican will win after Donald Trump leaves office? Yes, and it will serve our country well.

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How could we continue to benefit from Donald Trump’s wisdom, insight, and instinct, in order to win the 2024 election? How do we keep our country moving forward, and not sliding into the Communist morass that Democrats so desperately crave?

If Donald Trump Jr. or Ivanka Trump Kushner runs for the presidency of the United States and wins, then we can look forward to another eight years of effective leadership. Donald Trump will be 78 in 2024, but can serve as a senior White House adviser to either his daughter or his eldest son.

Following the eight-year term of Don Jr. or Ivanka, the other child can then run, giving us 24 straight years of Trump leadership. By then, it’s likely that Donald Trump might have long passed from the scene or become too feeble to be of counsel to the president, but the die will be cast.

In 16 additional years, we have the opportunity to eradicate some or nearly all of the Leftist diseases such bigotry, rioting, looting, political correctness, cancel culture, doxing, a country with no borders, intentional misrepresentation of the facts, etc. The Left will never quit, but they can be diminished.

And Here’s More

John Adams was the second President of the U.S. and his son, John Quincy Adams, was the sixth. George H.W. Bush was the 41st president and his son George W. Bush was the 43rd. Following the second Trump child to be U.S. president, in 20 years Eric Trump will be 56. With Trump family leadership for years, prior to Eric’s two terms in office, he will have had enough practical know-how to continue to lead us effectively.

All kinds of things can happen, but why not entertain the possibility? It’s not out of bounds to consider that one of the Trump children can succeed their father. If that were to occur, it opens up the door to a second and third offspring ascending to the presidency as well.

What’s more, 28 years from now, Tiffany Trump will be a seasoned lawyer, and only 54, perhaps ready to lead. And, hold on to your hat: 28 years from now Barron Trump will be 42 and who knows what kind of political prowess he might have?

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Schaftlein Report: Liberty University CEO Summit Headed by Dr. Ben Carson

Guest Dave Brat joins Mark to talk about Liberty University’s CEO Summit Event

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Guest: Dave Brat – Liberty University Dean, School of Business (Liberty.edu/CEOSummit) – CEO Summit event August 10-12 Topics: 1) CEO’s from around the globe to gather at Liberty University 2) Goals and Objectives of the Summit 3) Rents up 11% YTD and Inflation running at 5.4% outstripping wage gains 4) Infrastructure bill still being written, almost $600B of additional spending within a $1.2T bill – Agreement at hand according to Sen. Schumer and Sen. Portman 5) Democrats still going to push $3.5T bill on “human” infrastructure – Another Entitlement with no Republican support – Status uncertain 6) CDC loses much credibility as recommended Mask Mandates return even for the Vaccinated folks. Why? *Sen. Cruz rips policy “No mask mandates, no vaccine mandates, no lock downs, no school closures” *Break through cases increase 7) Seattle rebuilding its Police force after losing 250 officers while crime surges up 33% this year 8) Chicago Police Chief blames the courts for early release of violent criminals for crime surge 9) The Border is out of control. Human Sex Trafficking soars. I have a real time report from New Mexico *Biden administration says to not use the term “Illegal Immigrant” 10) House Democratic margin falls to 3 votes after TX Special Election win by Jake Ellzey beating a Trump candidate 11) Biden approval hits a new low at 46% while 52% Disapprove *26% Strongly approve while 42% strongly Disapprove resulting in -16% – That is bad

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Justice Department Hints at Trouble for States Engaging in Election Audits

They don’t want other locales getting any ideas from Maricopa County

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In Arizona, an ongoing and auxiliary “audit” of the 2020 election results has kept proponents of the “Stop The Steal” movement on the edge of their seats. These folks believe that there were major, fraudulent issues with the electoral system itself, and they believe that a reexamination of the processes and networks involved in counting the vote will provide enough evidence to force Congress to act. Some may even have found themselves wondering if an end to the audit might come just days ahead of Mike Lindell’s “reinstatement day” prediction of August 13th – providing a bit of confluence to some of their theories about the future of Donald Trump’s political career. The Justice Department, on the other hand, isn’t too thrilled about the idea of these audits spreading to other states, and they’re flexing a little of their electoral power to keep other locales from getting any ideas. The Justice Department on Wednesday issued another warning aimed at states conducting or considering audits of ballots tallied in last year’s election, reminding election authorities that allowing ballots to be mishandled can violate federal law. While the Biden administration “guidance” document carries no formal legal weight and may not strike fear into local officials, the Justice Department used the release of the legal analysis to press their campaign of saber-rattling against Republican-led audits of the 2020 vote in Arizona and other states, as well as voting changes many GOP-controlled states are pursuing as part of purported anti-fraud efforts. Then came the mobster-esque verbiage. “Jurisdictions have to be careful not to let those ballots be defaced or mutilated or lost or destroyed as part of an audit,” said a Justice Department official who briefed reporters on condition of anonymity. “This document puts down a marker that says the Justice Department is concerned…

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