(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – When it comes to who is sworn in on January 20th, no real American patriot has really committed to resigning to Biden being that person.
It’s clear that fraud most likely occurred and the proper constitutional avenues to challenge this need to take place.
We’ll see what happens January 6th and beyond.
However, if indeed presumed President-elect Joe Biden is in fact sworn in, the next most important date is November 5th, 2024.
An election for which there has already emerged a clear frontrunner:
President Donald J. Trump.
The Republican National Committee will meet on Amelia Island, Florida on January 6-8th—which overlaps, of course, the same day a joint session of Congress meets to count the Electoral College votes, Fox News reports.
As Newsmax explains it, top of the agenda is the reelection of current Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and picking vice-chairperson and other committee officials.
However, traditionally this would be when potential 2024 contenders would begin to establish themselves within the committee and other key players in the party.
Trump is set to address the conference on day two of the gathering, and hinted back at the beginning of December that a 2024 run could be in the works should his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election fail.
As Trump has reportedly told his advisers in private, he’d like to run again and may be announcing a second run before Joe Biden’s inauguration—or even during the event.
Other potential aspiring 2024 candidates invited to the RNC meeting are Vice President Mike Pence, former U.N. Amb. Nikki Haley, Sens. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Josh Hawley, R-Mo., Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Tim Scott, R-S.C., and Rick Scott, R-Fla., and Govs. Ron DeSantis of Florida and Kristi Noem of South Dakota, Newsmax notes.
Trump has said he is planning on remaining involved with GOP politics after leaving the White House and has already given McDaniel his endorsement for a second term leading the RNC as well as established a leadership PAC.
As for Republicans up for reelection in 2022 who have not sufficiently backed his challenge to the 2020 election, Trump has issued his typical blunt criticism.
Meanwhile, his approval ratings remain high among Republican voters, the majority of whom are skeptical of the legitimacy of a Biden win.
An NPR/PBS/Marist survey in early December revealed that 90% still support Trump, while 71% people polled by Fox News and 57% of voters from the NPR survey said they want to see Trump run again.
Featured image credit: Gage Skidmore – flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/30089689116/
Copyright 2020. TeaParty.org