Donald Trump is remaking the Georgia Republican party, utilizing such tactics as a high-profile rally amid his endorsement of several candidates for high statewide offices. But an obstacle is how money is pouring in from liberals to try to reelect anti-Trump politicians, such as the Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. Out-of-state money rains down on liberal Republicans who are opposed by conservative primary voters. Liberals see what is at stake in these primaries, and they realize that if they can prop up a RINO in his primary, then the Left prevails no matter who wins the general election.
Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming has raised more than $7 million, the vast majority of it from outside of the state she is supposed to be representing. Her opponent should expose Cheney as a tool of the Left at this point, and demand that Cheney return donations by liberals to her campaign. As the anti-Trump Republicans take money from the Left, they become beholden to the liberal agenda on issues that count most.
Trump is doing everything he can to fumigate the GOP from this infestation by the Left, and he needs all hands on deck to right the ship as the Left increases its attempt to hijack it. With liberal control of Big Tech, Hollywood, and the media, liberal political donations are as much as fifty times larger than conservative political donations.
The only antidote to the pestilence upon the Republican Party by the Left is the assertion of the Trump brand. The big mistake of the left is assuming that conservatives support Donald Trump because of who he is rather than what he stands for. Trump is not simply a celebrity riding the wave of stardom and dragging the right along with him. In reality, he succeeds because he resonates with the resentment of hypocrisy that has been building for a generation. The Kemps and Cheneys of the world need to realize that money is not enough to maintain their power any more. We the People demand real representation by men and women who share our values, regardless of their party affiliation.