All signs are pointing to a major Red Wave in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections. No, not the red wave of Communism that seems to be infecting the ‘Blue’ Democrat Party. This Red Wave will be a major restructuring of Congressional majorities, one that enables the GOP to more soundly and adequately combat the radical Leftists policies of Joe Biden and his cohorts.
On Thursday, Former President Trump confirmed that he is meeting with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy at his home in Bedminster, New Jersey. Trump revealed the pair had “much to discuss” and will touch on the strategy to take back majorities in both the House and the Senate as campaign efforts ramp up on both sides of the aisle.
Statement from President Donald J. Trump:
"Kevin McCarthy will be meeting with me this afternoon at Trump National in Bedminster, N.J. Much to discuss!" pic.twitter.com/liK3AVhCq7
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) July 15, 2021
The GOP recently revealed the unbelievable fundraising numbers, indicating that Party messaging is resonating with the average American voter. Trump and McCarthy will likely to discuss how to further garner more fundraising dollars by leading the GOP down the path of America First greatness.
This meeting in New Jersey marks the second face-to-face discussion between the Former President and GOP leadership since Trump left office in January.
During the first meeting, Trump assured Rep. McCarthy that he was fully on board to lead Republican candidates to victory in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections.
They also discussed certain party RINOs who have acted as a roadblock for Trump’s MAGA agenda. Since voting in favor of Trump’s impeachment, Rep. Liz Cheney has been a major target. She was recently stripped of her committee chair position by McCarthy, a move signaling that the GOP has chosen the America First path.
Dozens of Republican lawmakers have traveled to Trump properties or the southern border to meet with him. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., and House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., are among those who have met with Trump.
Trump has spent recent weeks holding his first post-office rallies, speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas, criticizing Republicans for negotiating a bipartisan infrastructure plan, and talking about last year’s alleged election fraud.
The minority leader has not announced which Republicans will be appointed to the House’s select committee on the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the creation of the committee last month.
McCarthy could appoint Trump loyalists such as Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., and Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., or a less flashy GOP team. He will likely will choose Trump supporters but not controversial ones because Pelosi reserves the right to veto any of his picks.
The select committee said that it will hold its first public hearing on July 27.
Earlier Thursday, Trump issued a statement in response to a report saying Pelosi worried Trump might start a nuclear war during his final days in office.
“Nancy Pelosi is a known nutjob,” the former president said. “Her enraged quotes that she was afraid that I would use nuclear weapons is just more of the same.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney