Have you had the feeling that President Trump will eventually sit in the Oval Office once again?
I’ll be honest: I have.
Now, I don’t know how it’s going to happen.
Could it be after the 2024 election?
But other plans are apparently in the works.
US House candidate Vernon Jones has revealed a plan to make Donald Trump President as early as next year.
You see, anyone can be named Speaker of the House.
You don’t even have to be a member of Congress.
The plan goes as follows.
Step 1: Republicans win back the House and Senate.
Step 2: Republicans name President Trump Speaker of the House.
Step 3: Republicans impeach, convict, and remove Biden and Kamala Harris from office.
Step 4: The Speaker of the House (Donald Trump) becomes president.
Those aren’t my words.
That’s the action plan presented by Vernon Jones, who has a very good shot at winning his race for the US House in Georgia!
See what he had to say below:
This past week has proven that we CANNOT wait until 2024 for Donald Trump to be President again.
Here’s my plan to get him back in the White House, BEFORE 2024, so that we can save our country 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/tVquJKhcV4
— Vernon Jones For Congress (@RepVernonJones) February 27, 2022
Vernon Jones discusses nominating Donald Trump for speaker when they get the majority in Congress in 2022.
Jones says he would introduce articles of impeachment for Biden/Harris which would see Trump become POTUS pic.twitter.com/cdJMjvYWmM
— CuriousRabitt 🐇🧐 (@ApocalypseBar_B) March 3, 2022
Folks, we don’t think this is a pipe dream.
Keep in mind that Vernon Jones was running for Governor of Georgia.
But then he changed to run for the US House.
Because he had a private phone conversation with President Trump.
Suddenly, after that phone call, Vernon decided not to run for governor, but for US House.
And that’s not all.
That’s when he first floated the idea of Trump for Speaker.
On Monday, Republican candidate Vernon Jones switched from the Georgia governor’s race to a US House contest at the behest of former President Donald Trump. Two days later, Jones endorsed Trump for speaker of the House.
“On Day One in Congress, I’ll file Articles of Impeachment against both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for betrayal of public trust,” tweeted Jones. “Then I’ll cast my vote for President Trump to be Speaker and invite my colleagues to join me. It’s time to throw out the old playbook.”
Which, well, interesting, right? Especially when you consider that Jones traveled to Mar-a-Lago last month for a meeting in which Trump offered to endorse Jones for Congress if he dropped out of the governor’s race. (Trump has endorsed former Sen. David Perdue, who is challenging Gov. Brian Kemp in the Republican primary.)
One has to wonder whether Jones told Trump about his plan to endorse the former President for House speaker.
Correlation is not causation, of course, but the timing seems to be more than just coincidence.
There appears to be a strategy happening behind the scenes.
BREAKING: Vernon Jones to nominate Trump for Speaker, and once the Senate confirms impeachment of Biden and Harris, Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States, says Jones.
— Donald J. Trump Tracker (@DJTTracker) March 3, 2022
The State of Our Union is empty grocery stores, rising inflation, and skyrocketing gas prices.
Oh, and being on the verge of WW3.
BRING BACK TRUMP.
— Vernon Jones For Congress (@RepVernonJones) March 1, 2022
Trump for Speaker isn’t just a fantasy.
It could actually happen and is legally and constitutionally possible.
Even NPR confirms:
If the Republicans take the House back in the 2022 midterm elections, they get to pick a speaker, and there’s no requirement that the speaker has to be an elected representative.
“Can you just imagine Nancy Pelosi having to hand that gavel to Donald J. Trump?” mused Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., a vocal Trump loyalist, when he spoke to a crowd in Iowa this summer. “She didn’t like when that Jan. 6 guy was sitting in her chair in her office. She is sure not going to like seeing Donald Trump sitting in her chair.”
Even if it sounds wild, Trump hasn’t shut down the idea when he has been asked about it, and it is causing people in both major parties to stop and think, since he remains the single most important Republican in the U.S. heading into next year’s elections. Congressional candidates eagerly seek his endorsement, and he’s actively exploring a run for president again in 2024.
Liz Harrington, a spokesperson for the former president, told NPR, “We know a lot of people are talking about it. A lot of people like the idea, but it’s nothing Mr. Trump is thinking about.”
So what do you think?
Could this really happen?
Or is it just a pipe dream?
I don’t know about you, but to me, Vernon Jones sounded pretty confident!