Donald Trump is getting ready for a political comeback.
That has the establishment in both parties nervous.
And Trey Gowdy had one message for Donald Trump that took everyone by surprise.
Former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy addressed the state of play heading into 2022 on his Sunday night Fox News Channel program.
Gowdy noted that many viewers were probably unhappy with unified Democrat control of government, but that the history of midterm elections suggested that Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi were in for a rough patch.
“The good thing about democracy is there is always another election on the horizon,” Gowdy began. “If past is prologue, Election Night 2022 will be a long one for Democrats. History tells us that, polling currently tells us that. The Democrats are facing several headwinds, the pandemic is still here, the economy is sputtering … people are concerned about the border and crime and education.”
Gowdy suggested that the party in power usually suffered massive losses in the midterm election because they misinterpreted the results of the last election.
“We know from history what is likely to happen in midterms, but the question is why does it always seem to happen?” Gowdy added. “Do political parties over-read election results?”
That could be the case.
The Senate is split 50/50 and Democrats hold their slimmest majority in the House of Representatives since World War 2.
Yet despite these narrow majorities Democrats are in the middle of a push to try and ram a multi-trillion-dollar socialist spending spree through Congress.
Biden’s big government agenda stalled in the Senate as West Virginia’s Joe Manchin and Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema balked at the $3.5 trillion price tag.
Gowdy ridiculed Democrats for trying to move a socialist agenda through Congress when the fate of the bill rested on the vote of a senator – Joe Manchin – who hailed from one of the most pro-Trump states in the union.
“Seriously, how much of the Biden agenda do you think West Virginia wants to be implemented?” Gowdy continued. “Perhaps the American people like checks and balances, perhaps we like change or perhaps this is how people respond when political parties forget about them. They create political chaos.
“The question is, will those currently in power figure out the American people want competence, not transformation. They want a better America, not a different America. Americans have more in common with Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema than they do the ‘Squad,’ even if the media does not,” Gowdy stated.
Gowdy concluded with a message to President Trump and other Republicans – that it was now time to unify against the Democrats and worry about stopping the left’s agenda and not have a repeat of the GeorgiaSenate elections from this past January.
“Will Republicans put their differences and ambitions aside long enough to let history and American people restore balance or will Georgia repeat itself?” Gowdy asked.
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