Do you hear that?
It’s the sound of silence from Team Trump.
They’ve been quiet… too quiet.
Think about it: not only is there President Trump, there is also all his allies as well as his family members.
We’ve hardly heard anything since Biden’s inauguration.
Don’t you think this is highly unusual?
Especially coming from someone who has a reputation as a vocal fighter?
Well, it turns out that Team Trump is just re-charging their batteries behind the scenes.
Better yet, they’re quietly strategizing how to best make an EPIC comeback.
How do we know this?
Donald Trump Jr. himself has confirmed this!
More details below:
Donald Trump Jr. : My father said it best: "We haven't finished yet."
Here's What Comes Next For Our Amazing Movement pic.twitter.com/uUr5C8ycIC
— capitana Bazokera🖕🔫 (@ArwenES25) February 4, 2021
While President Trump appears to be permanently banned from social media (we believe he’ll eventually be allowed back on), Trump Jr. still has his platforms.
He released a video previewing what comes next for the movement.
The Epoch Times has more details:
Donald Trump Jr.., the son of former President Donald Trump, said that efforts from the former president and his team to advance the interests of the United States are continuing. He characterized such efforts as “a movement of the people … against the elite.”
In a video on Trump Jr.’s social media accounts, headlined “here’s what comes next for our amazing movement,” he told supporters, “Just want to make sure everyone knows, guys, we are not done yet.”
Trump Jr. then shared a recent video clip that showed his father walking off the golf course while saying, “We haven’t finished yet.”
“He’s actually accurate,” Trump Jr. said of his father’s remarks. “The reality is this movement isn’t over. All of the blood, sweat, and tears that you guys have all put into this thing is very much still alive and well. You see that. I mean, this is really a movement of the people, a movement against the establishment, a movement against the elite.”
He continued: “A lot of those things have been brewing for quite some time. And that’s why for me I’m still standing engaged and we’re going to get in there and fight to elect people who really represent the people—people like you who have gone through so much.”
Trump Jr. said that the former president is still “going to be in that fight.”
“I know he’s still going to keep going. I know we’re up against a lot, we always have been,” Trump Jr. said, later adding that his father is “going to be in there making sure that we have people who truly represent what America is all about.”
The former president’s son moved on to speak about how fact checkers on social media appear to be biased against conservatives while lenient toward “the other side.” Drawing from his personal experience, he said that his content is fact checked “even if there’s even a little bit” of irregularity.
“When I look at things that I put up on my social media that are totally objective or that are satire, one or the other, that [social media content] gets fact checked so that they can use that to knock my platform, to prevent me from getting any kind of reach,” he said. “I see that stuff on a daily basis, I don’t see that on the other side. I don’t see Joe Biden getting fact checked when he said he’s not going to ban fracking, when he bans fracking.”
He added, “If there’s even a little bit of ambiguity they get the benefit of the doubt, whereas if there’s even a little bit, a modicum, something like I said, subjective, who’s to know what the fact checker’s thinking, but certainly I know what I’m thinking and I can come up with a parameter that makes everything correct but the fact checkers can say that it falls outside of those lines.
“Joe Biden, not one tweet—as many incorrect ones that they’ve put out—has been fact checked. It’s truly sick,” Trump Jr. expressed.
He alleged that the Biden administration appeared to have a “China first, America last policy,” accusing the new administration of “crushing jobs” amid the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic.
“The nonsense never seems to end, but neither will our fight, neither will our resolve, neither will our will to go on. We’re going to keep pushing for the American people and make sure our kids grow up in a country that we all recognize and love,” he said.
President Trump is a fighter.
Have you ever known him to go down with a fight?
No! And that’s why we all love him so much!
He doesn’t fight for himself.
He fights for YOU!
And just because Joe Biden and the Democrats appear to have momentum on their side, that doesn’t mean that good people still can’t prevail.
President Trump is quiet. Too quiet. I like it
— George Papadopoulos (@GeorgePapa19) February 2, 2021
"Honestly, Twitter did him a favor," the Republican added, referring to the social media company's lifetime ban on the now-former president.
— Darren Samuelsohn (@dsamuelsohn) February 5, 2021
Minus that free megaphone, some Trump advisors are pushing him to speak publicly as soon as possible. They're concerned that he may be losing his grip on the GOP the longer he stays quiet.
— Darren Samuelsohn (@dsamuelsohn) February 5, 2021
It appears that one of Trump’s plans includes a “revenge tour.”
Trump is expected to campaign against any Republican who votes against him during this sham impeachment trial.
Surely even Republicans within the swamp know that Trump still holds incredible power among the base.
The Independent reports:
Former President Donald Trump is planning a revenge tour around the country after the end of his second impeachment trial, to campaign against Republicans who oppose him, according to a report.
Mr Trump has been advised that it would be unwise to go out and rail against incumbent Republicans before the end of the trial despite that Mr Trump acquittal is almost a foregone conclusion at this point.
A Republican close to Mr Trump told Insider: “Even he recognises that we have Trump fatigue. Even he knows that you can get overexposed, and he wore the electorate out. And that was part of the problem. He clearly wore the country out with his behaviour between the election and the inauguration.”
“Twitter did him a favour,” the Republican added, referring to the former president’s lifetime ban from the platform. Even so, advisors are telling Mr Trump that he should speak publicly soon in order to not lose his vice-like grip on the party.
A former Trump campaign adviser told Insider that the longer Mr Trump remains holed up at Mar-A-Lago, his South Florida club, the less of a serious 2024 contender he becomes.
The vast majority of Republican voters are still in Mr Trump’s camp with the latest poll from Quinnipiac released 4 February showing that 86 per cent of Republicans believe the Senate should acquit Mr Trump and 76 per cent of them believe the lie that there was widespread fraud in the election. Overall, a majority of Americans, 59 per cent, does not believe that there was widespread fraud.
Mr Trump’s tour would reportedly focus on the ten House Republicans who voted for his impeachment, with one of the possible targets being Anthony Gonzalez, who represents a district outside Cleveland, Ohio, a district which Mr Trump won with 57 per cent of the vote in 2020. Mr Gonzalez himself fared a little bit better, getting 63 per cent of the vote in his first reelection bid.
The former president – who values loyalty over perhaps anything else – is also preparing to possibly start trying to take down any Senators who vote for his conviction in the upcoming impeachment trial or cross him in any other way.
He’s already urged South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem to take on Senator John Thune in 2022 because of Mr Thune’s criticism of Mr Trump’s attempts to overturn the election. Mr Thune won reelection in the state in 2016 with almost 72 per cent of the vote, while Mr Trump won the state in 2020 with ten per cent less of the vote.
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski could also be targeted as she has been one of the most outspoken Republican critics of Mr Trump during his time in office and she was one of five Republicans last month who voted with Democrats to strike down a resolution saying that an impeachment trial for a former president would be unconstitutional. Mr Trump won the state of Alaska in 2020 with 52.8 per cent to Joe Biden’s 42.8 per cent.
Even as plans are being made, Trump spokesperson Jason Miller told Insider that it was “too soon to discuss specific 2022 campaign activity”.
We don’t know about you, but we are definitely excited about what the future holds.
Biden’s “dark winter” is temporary.
But hope is eternal.
And by all available accounts, President Trump is poised to make a major comeback!