Wars, illegal immigration, declining purchasing power, and the dictatorship of political correctness are the evils, and Trump is the cure. This sentiment fuels a significant portion of Republican voters, for whom “Make America Great Again” is not just a slogan but the prospect of rebuilding on the still-smoking ruins created by over three years of cancel culture and woke ideology – tools with which Democrats attempt to destroy the common denominator that allowed America to become great: unconditional love for the nation and Western values. One Nation under God.
We are talking about two distinct and distant Americas: on the left, the globalists sowing hatred towards Western Civilization as a whole; on the right, the patriots defending age-old values rooted in our society, starting from its foundational core: the family.
This contrast is also evident in symbols: while Democrats fill cities and even schools with rainbow flags of the LGBT communities, conservatives continue to brandish the beloved Stars and Stripes.
However, the ongoing Republican caucuses, which Trump decisively won in Iowa last night, marking over 50%, 30 points ahead of DeSantis and Haley, is a contest that major media outlets – all evidently biased against the former president – narrate by distorting many facts, using the framing technique, passing off their opinions as absolute truth.
In the continuation of this article, I will try to clarify some of the issues that will determine the outcome of these elections, to which, whether we like it or not in our latitudes, the fate of the entire West is closely linked:
Could they prevent Trump from running?
As of now, Donald Trump would be unable to run for the White House only in two cases: firstly, if he were defeated in the Republican primaries, an objectively unrealistic scenario. Secondly, in the unlikely event that someone organizes an assassination attempt. History sadly teaches us.
Can the Supreme Court disqualify him?
No. Lawsuits filed in some states against Trump are based on Section 3 of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which was passed after the Civil War (specifically in 1868) to prevent supporters of the Southern cause from holding public office. Since then, it has never been applied. Democrats are clinging to this provision to try to disqualify the former president for the events of January 6, 2021. However, Trump has never been convicted for what happened at Capitol Hill, and, in addition, the Supreme Court has a Republican majority (6 judges to 3).
What about other investigations against him?
Currently, Trump faces five proceedings: the one based on the allegations of the former pornstar Stormy Daniels, the investigation into classified documents found in his Mar-a-Lago residence, the Capitol Hill case mentioned earlier, the Georgia case accused of attempting to subvert the election result, and the case involving his company, the Trump Organization. So far, judicial persecution against him has only increased his popularity, given that many of the judges investigating him are blatantly aligned with the Democrats. In any case, absurdly, he could run (and win) even if he ended up in jail, although this is unlikely to happen.
Who will be Trump’s vice presidential candidate?
During an interview on Fox News, Donald Trump stated that he has already decided on his vice president but did not reveal the name. The choice is expected to be between Ben Carson, a surgeon and former Republican primary candidate in 2016, Vivek Ramaswamy, who has just announced his withdrawal from the primaries to support Trump, the popular conservative journalist Tucker Carlson, and Kari Lake, a candidate for governor of Arizona in 2022.
Do Democrats really have no alternatives to Biden?
The harsh numbers say that Joe Biden will go down in history as the most unpopular president ever. However, even if some prominent Democrats have publicly advised him to step aside, the question remains: What alternatives do they have? Some mention Gavin Newsom, the current Governor of California, whose rampant decay represents the epitome of the failed approach of woke ideology fanatics. Drugs (from marijuana to Fentanyl, which kills more than 300 people a day in the USA), robberies, illegal immigration, and reverse racism against anyone who “dare” to question the dictates of political correctness: social plagues that characterize all major cities governed by Democrats, from New York to San Francisco. Others suggest Michelle Obama, the former First Lady, who, at least in theory, could run as vice president with her husband returning to Washington. Fantasy? Who knows. For the Democratic electorate, such a scenario would be infinitely more appealing than a re-election of the unimpressive Sleepy Joe.
Are there outsiders outside traditional parties?
Yes, but not likely to win. I refer to Robert Kennedy Jr., son of Robert but forced to leave the Democrats to run as an independent due to his critical positions on vaccines during the pandemic. Setting aside this aspect, he is an extremely communicative candidate, capable of striking the right chords in his speeches for a disillusioned Democratic electorate and some Republican voters reluctant to vote for Trump. In theory, his candidacy should take more votes from the left than the right. A genuine twist would be the candidacy of Kevin Spacey: in a pre-Christmas interview with Tucker Carlson, the actor directly attacked Netflix and expressed his love for when reality and fiction become indistinguishable. With his candidacy, Spacey would follow in the footsteps of Volodymir Zelensky, who also entered the political arena after portraying the president in a TV series.
Why are all major media against Trump?
Because he represents the biggest obstacle to the complete affirmation of fanaticisms dictated by the woke agenda: gender ideology in elementary schools, erasing Western culture from history books, economic downturn through green extremism (ESG criteria – environmental, social, and governance), and the dictatorship of minorities (DEI criteria – diversity, equality, and inclusion) in favor of multinational corporations that finance these media, along with woke parties and lobbies.
For these reasons and many more that we will address in the coming weeks, we cannot reduce the significance of the American elections to a mere rematch between Biden and Trump. Much more is at stake: the survival of Western Civilization.
Considering that we will also vote for the renewal of the European Parliament in June, it becomes clear why the left and mainstream media are so nervous. And that’s a good sign.