But my Republican Party did not get out of the woods either. This weekend, former President Trump is organizing a rally in my neck of the woods. If legendary Southern rocker Charlie Daniels was still with us today, his hit song could be rewritten as: “A president went to Georgia, he was looking for the soul of a party to steal.”
Conservatives have every right to be upset that Trump missed an easy shot by losing a winnable election to President Biden. Unfortunately, our greatest fears were confirmed regarding Biden’s policy proposals.
The next election cannot be a discussion of the past, unless we want to keep losing. Republican candidates cannot win general elections nationwide if they put all their energy in the primary on a litmus test around baseless electoral conspiracy theories.
When Trump comes to Georgia this weekend, expect him to repackage his “greatest hits” and once again hijack our great state for his own selfish agenda. It can make good theater, but it pushes back the conservative movement. If we continue, we envision another four years in which President Biden will take the lead.
Just as the Republican Party can’t resist questioning the lost battles of the past, America can’t afford four more years of Biden and Crew. There is no limit to the damage they can inflict.
The stakes are high for both entities. Hopefully common sense and cold heads will prevail for the sake of this generation and the next.