Even though the election is still not technically over, the fallout is already underway. The Republican party is re-grouping amidst a silent Donald Trump, while the Democrats are trying to decide where to start with their long liberal wish list. In the meantime millions of Americans are stuck in the middle, and don't feel any sense of victory. So does that leave an opening for another group to fill the void? Like say, 'The Tea Party'? Well, former Texas State congressman Matt Rinaldi told KTRH, the Tea Party never left!
"It's the conservative faction of the Republican party". "Republicans are split, just like the Democrats are and I think policy matters and that group is going to be very strong within the party moving forward".
And with Joe Biden on the brink, Rinaldi expects Republicans as well as those who identify as members of the Tea Party to be extremely motivated. "When the opposing party is in charge, bold policy ideas in the opposing party are always heard more loudly". "So I think in a mid-term election, conservatives will make huge gains". We shall see.