Months before President Trump left office, America watched as liberals, social media sites, and even some Republicans tried to erase him from daily life.
Some RINOs tried to scrub his influence from the GOP, only learning too late what a mistake that was.
Democrats impeached him twice, hoping to prevent him from coming back. Others wanted to prevent landmarks from being named after him.
And we all know what sites like Twitter tried to do.
But Sen. Lindsey Graham has some bad news for those who want to “cancel” Donald Trump. They are the ones facing the big pink eraser.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is warning those who are trying to “erase Trump” are “going to wind up getting erased.”
“The most popular Republican in America, it’s not Lindsey Graham, is not Liz Cheney, it’s Donald Trump. People on our side of the aisle believe that Trump policies worked. They’re disappointed that he lost.”
He continued during Monday’s interview, “To try to erase Donald Trump from the Republican Party is insane. And the people who try to erase him are going to wind up getting erased.”
Graham warned that those who want to “erase” Trump from our nation will be the ones getting erased.
This is a powerful statement from one of the top Republicans in the country. And everyone, even Democrats, needs to be paying attention.
We are already seeing the fallout of Republicans turning on Trump after the 2020 Election. Those who voted against him during the impeachment are facing censures, primary rivals, and other punishments.
Establishment Republican Liz Cheney is only a breath away from losing her powerful seat in the party. All because she went after Trump in a vicious and baseless attack campaign.
Democrats should learn a lesson from Cheney’s fate. Americans of all walks of life are behind Trump and his America First agenda.
Already, candidates backed by Trump won special elections easily. And as Joe Biden continues to soil the bed that is the American economy, Democrats will be on the losing end for years to come.
The harder the left fights to undermine Trump’s legacy and policies, the worse many think it will go for them. Everything they touch seems to get worse.
But everything Trump touches seems to thrive, even after leaving office.
Graham may be on to something.
Do you think Trupm will continue to be a major player in Washington?
- Graham warned politicians that trying to “erase” Trump will get them erased.
- Republicans like Liz Cheney will face strong backlash for turning on Trump.
- Democrats who seek to reverse his policies could suffer major election losses.