Right now, Republican politicians and the conservative intellectual establishment are pointing fingers. To make matters even more complicated, previous President Donald Trump is poised to announce his third bid for the presidency on Tuesday.
Trump has already begun to criticize the only candidate who might be able to defeat him for the Republican nomination: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
What happens on the right will determine the party’s future trajectory, and not only Republicans are paying attention. President Joe Biden stated recently at a news conference, “The Republican Base is going to have to decide, like previous, like our parties in the past, who they are.”
Of course, he’s correct.
But, if Biden and his Democrat colleagues are wise, they will recognize that they must do the same, even if the midterm elections were not as terrible for them as first predicted. However, I believe the election results were not harsh enough to compel Democrats to change their position.
Over the last two years, the left has strengthened positions that are unpopular with the American people. Progressives have been promoting their agenda in the educational system when it comes to education. K-12 pupils are being exposed to far-leftist doctrine on race, sexuality, and gender identity by school districts. The majority of Americans, including Democrats, have indicated that they are opposed to this. This was thought to be one of the numerous causes contributing to the Democrats’ losses.
Let’s hope, Republicans in the House will be able to keep the worst aspects of Biden’s agenda from becoming law. If this is the case, Democrats continuing to pursue ideas that Americans oppose may actually help the Republicans in 2024, as long as they can get their house in order.