Should the unthinkable happen, we need to be prepared.
While Democrats are off stealing elections; Conservatives like Ted Cruz are trying to play the long game and safeguard our country no matter what happens, or who wins.
I myself, definitely keep the faith and believe that Donald J Trump will be my president for the next 4 years. If these Dems manage to get away with what they did though, we need safeguards.
Senator Cruz wants President Trump to put in legislation on The Paris Climate Accords, and The Iranian Nuclear Deal as treaties, so that a republican congress would have to consent to them.
This is brilliant, and will keep these crazy commie, left-wing sellouts at bay, and largely toothless when it comes to both of these bills; bills which are huge sellouts to China.
Here is what we currently know:
The Red State Observer reported on the story:
Despite the smell of fraud in the air and an incredibly unfair media environment where blatant censorship of damaging Biden stories took place, the current reality must be faced. Given that, what Trump does next may be the most important stretch of his presidency. Handcuffing Biden must become the priority, especially since redistricting alone will likely hand Republicans the House in just two years.
On that front, Ted Cruz has an excellent idea that Trump needs to execute now.
Support for this move poured in immediately after Cruz made the suggestion. If Trump submits these deals, allowing McConnell to bring them for a vote where they will be rejected, Biden can be backed into a corner in regards to reinstating them. It will also make it clear that any deal he enters into after will have no teeth or enforcement mechanism. This is especially true for the Paris Accords, which are nothing but a pointless giveaway to China. The United States already leads the world in carbon reductions, to the extent that we should even care about such a thing.
MSM outlet The Associated Press also reported this:
Countries trying to keep alive the 2015 deal on Iran’s nuclear program agreed Monday to “positively address” the possibility of a U.S. return to the accord under the incoming Biden administration. Germany’s foreign minister urged Iran not to waste what he called a final window of opportunity.
Monday’s virtual meeting of parties to the agreement — the first at the level of foreign ministers in over a year — came as the deal is in what German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called a “downward spiral” caused by a mixture of strong U.S. pressure on Iran and Tehran’s violations of the accord.
The remaining countries that signed the agreement with Iran — Germany, France, Britain, China and Russia — have been trying to keep it from collapsing after the unilateral withdrawal of the United States in 2018.
The three European powers have expressed hope that with the change of administrations in Washington, the U.S. could be brought back into the deal, whose goal is to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear bomb — something Tehran insists it doesn’t want to do.
President-elect Joe Biden has said he hopes to return the U.S. to the deal, which was negotiated while he was vice president.