Rand Paul And The New GOP
Rand Paul is the real rising star of the GOP.
As I’ve been telling you for months now, I expect a complete collapse of the Democratic Party following the wipe out in this year’s elections.
From massive Culture War losses which have red-pilled minorities to hysterical outbreaks over basic Presidential foreign policy the Democrats are losing the center of the U.S. electorate.
… just 33% of those surveyed feel the Democratic Party is “in the mainstream.” More than half (56%) consider them out of step.
Just two years ago in 2016, those numbers were far different: 48% mainstream, 42% out. That means the “mainstream” number has plunged 15%, a huge drop in just two years.
What does this have to do with Rand Paul?
Because Paul is positioning himself, smartly, to take advantage of the power vacuum left by the vacancy that will be left in the GOP this fall. The old guard GOP establishment is losing control of the party.
The Neoconservatives are openly jumping ship back to the Democrats.
As I talk about in my latest article for Strategic Culture Foundation, the Democrats are rallying around a 30% share of the electorate that is slowly shrinking.
Rasmussen put out a poll recently which I believe is accurate saying that 65% of self-identified Democrats believe Trump is a traitor while as many as a third of Republicans do as well….
…With more than 40% of the U.S. electorate identifying as Independent (and that number is rising) those in the ‘treason’ camp represent, at most, 30% of voters – 20% from the Democrats, at most 10% from Republicans.
It is the same globalist, interventionist coalition that has seen its brethren monkey-hammered