8 Strategies For Exiting The Biden Years Stronger For The Right


Now is not the time for a history lesson. But, if you do a quick dive into the origin of conservatism, one of the basic pillar's has been defeatism. Don't ask why? And now here we are again. With Joe Biden in the White House, and Democrats in control of the House and the Senate, Republicans are being forced to retreat again. Political analyst Terry Schilling told KTRH, "Conservatives suffer from defeatism because it's in their DNA! It's just how it's been, and we have to start rejecting it because it's not what progressives do, and that's why they've been successful." So realistically, what can conservatives do to make it through the upcoming 'Biden' years? Schilling says, "The number one thing that Republicans need to do in order to handle Biden being in office is to embrace the disruption. The democrats are going to overreach, and they're going to be at risk of losing their power, and we need to be organizing right now." And that means unity, clarity, and solidarity. Like or dislike Donald Trump, he exposed a lot of the darkness in Washington and brought it to light. America has now seen who the Democrats truly are, and what they really want to do, and it's not good. Freedom is not free.


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