New Year, New Spirit: A Bright Future for MAGA, Trump

by Summer Lane

Op-ed by Summer Lane | Photo: Alamy

2023 has arrived, and with it, so has a sense of renewed hope. 2022 was a busy midterm year filled with energizing Save America rallies held by President Donald Trump in an unprecedented effort to boost the campaigns of countless America First candidates.

2022 was a fight. It was a triumph in most ways, with the resurrection of free speech on sites like Truth Social and the emergence of incredible freedom fighters like Kari Lake of Arizona.

President Trump also announced his presidential candidacy in November 2022, fulfilling the wishes of a nationwide base of freedom-loving supporters who have sorely missed his leadership since 2021.

As 2023 begins, what can Americans expect? 2022 was difficult for many citizens, thanks to the failed policies of Joe Biden’s administration. From rising prices on goods and services to an unnecessary war in Eastern Europe, it’s hard to believe that 2023 will offer a reprieve from Biden’s iron-fisted push toward tyranny.

Thankfully, it looks like 2023 will herald the beginning of a new era of conservatism.

President Trump is back on the campaign trail

Although the 45th president hasn’t yet started holding rallies for his 2024 campaign, he has already begun to offer Americans policy plans that would save the U.S. from the brink of destruction if he reigns victorious in another presidential bid.

In December, he laid out a multi-pronged plan to combat the tyranny of Big Tech while protecting Americans’ First Amendment rights. Via Newsmax, Trump promised to order the Department of Justice to investigate those involved in online censorship, as well as vowing to stop federal money from being utilized to label free speech as “disinformation.”

According to Trump, he would also take a look at Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and specify who gets to meet the standards for its protection based on “neutrality, transparency, fairness, and non-discrimination.”

In yet another impressive policy pitch, President Trump recently laid out a steely plan to “wage war” against the deadly drug cartels who are bringing chaos and lethality over the unsecured Southern border.

“We will show NO MERCY on the cartels,” he said. “…in addition to restoring strong border security, I will deploy all necessary military assets, including the U.S. Navy, to impose the full naval embargo on the cartels. I did that before and it worked.”

Trump’s policy plans so far are simple, bold, and effective solutions to the ugly and unnecessary problems inflicted upon Americans by a malicious and bungling Biden administration.

America First has clearly defined the ‘New Right’

Strong-willed, independent America First candidates reigned supreme in 2022. Despite election irregularities and dubious vote-counting processes, the midterm election cycle was still a triumph for supporters of President Trump. Per RSBN, Trump’s endorsed candidates won 232 out of 252 races.

Because of the Save America movement in 2022, conservative rockstars like Kari Lake have emerged, providing a blueprint for success for freedom fighters willing to wade into the fray and take hits for liberty.

For the first time since 1923, the House of Representatives has not immediately moved to vote in a Speaker of the House, marking a significant sense of individualism arising in the People’s House. Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., commented on Twitter, “This is by far the most debate we’ve had about the way Congress operates in decades. That alone is a massive win.”

The new Republican majority in the House may not be perfect, but it is certainly a step away from unfettered Democrat power.

Election fraud continues to be exposed

It goes without saying that, like it or hate it, the 2020 presidential election has been fraught with allegations of fraud and irregularities. The first week of 2023 saw President Trump slamming former election worker Ruby Freeman for damning new footage from a police camera in Cobb County, Georgia, that contradicted her testimony to the Jan. 6 House Committee. Freeman was caught on camera in 2020 allegedly scanning and rescanning ballots in Fulton County.

In the newly-released police video, she alleges that there were multiple people involved in covering up fraud in Fulton County – vindicating proponents of election integrity in the Peach State.

Further, the Supreme Court has docketed a provoking lawsuit from Raland J. Brunson (Brunson v. Alma S. Adams et al) that seeks to unseat Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and all of the members of Congress who voted to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election despite widespread evidence of fraud.

Meanwhile, in Arizona, GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is taking her lawsuit against Maricopa County and her Democrat opponent Katie Hobbs to the next level. Via RSBN, Lake is appealing after Judge Thompson ruled that she and her team didn’t have enough evidence to prove “intentional” misconduct in the catastrophically defunct Maricopa County election processes.

In states across the country, the broken U.S. election system is continually being exposed and concerned Americans are working overtime to address those weak points before 2024.

Get ready: 2023 is paving the way for 2024

The lead-up to the 2024 election year has only just begun. While it is unclear who else will be bold enough to run against a powerhouse like President Trump, one thing is certain: 2023 is paving the way forward toward America’s greatest comeback yet.

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