House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy made a grave mistake following the events on Jan. 6, 2021.
Instead of standing behind President Trump and defending (or at least considering) his claims of widespread voter fraud, which have now been proven, McCarthy decided to be a conniving backstabber.
McCarthy was heard in a leaked audio recording questioning whether or not to call for Donald Trump’s resignation following the Jan. 6 protests. Since then, Tucker Carlson and other high-profile right-wingers have grown sour on the minority leader.
BREAKING: Audio recording contradicts Rep. Kevin McCarthy's denial that he said he would call Donald Trump to recommend that Trump resign pic.twitter.com/iRmSFoeQPz
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) April 22, 2022
Trump is now reconsidering his previous decision not to run for House Speaker in 2022 as it’s become evident that his America First agenda may not be represented properly amongst House GOP leadership.
If Republicans “win big” in the 2022 midterm elections – basically a guarantee at this point – many believe Trump is the exact person needed to save Congress from destruction as it inches closer to passing gun control and other extreme measures.
House Speaker Trump could also initiate the impeachment of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, which if successful would lead to his reinstatement in the White House.
You may be confused as to why Trump is reconsidering a House Speaker run after endorsing Kevin McCarthy in the 2020 midterms.
Well, Trump never endorsed McCarthy for House Speaker, a clarification the Former President made in a recent interview.
Trump was a guest on Wayne Allyn Root’s conservative talk show to discuss a falling out with McCarthy and his endorsement for House Speaker.
Toward the end of a recent interview, Trump interjected to correct conservative talk show host Wayne Allyn Root after he said Trump endorsed McCarthy for speaker. “No, I haven’t,” Trump said. “No, no, no. I haven’t,” he added through some cross-talk. “No, I endorsed him in his race. But I haven’t endorsed anybody for speaker.”
Another look at Trump’s endorsement of McCarthy from two weeks ago will confirm no mention of the House Speaker whatsoever. Trump referred to McCarthy as a “strong and fearless Leader of the House Republican Conference.”
We’re screwed. pic.twitter.com/TPDZNVJRA6
— Stacy Rae 🇺🇸 (@stacyhrae) June 5, 2022
House Speaker Trump would make a significantly bigger splash than his first presidential election did. Once again, he’d be making history as the first House Speaker not to be an elected member of the House.
Author: Asa McCue