(Liberty Bell) – While who holds the office of the presidency is vitally important to the direction of the United States, it isn’t the end all, be all. The way things are going right now it’s hard for conservatives to see the light at the end of the tunnel but we must try. There was corruption and fraud and it is being exposed and will continue to be exposed. President Trump is not out of this race yet.
If all of the attempts to fight the corruption and cheating fail, we have to focus on the fact that we did not lose any seats in the House and could still maintain control of the Senate. Right now it’s hard to find any rays of sunlight but let this be one: 13 female Republican candidates have been declared winners after Election day in their house races.
This is great news for the GOP and helps in the effort to diminish the lies spun by the left, namely that Republicans are somehow “anti-woman.” Clearly Republicans respect women and that’s why voters decided to elect a pretty large number of them.
While speaking at a press conference on Thursday, President Trump noted that “this was the year of the Republican woman” and also stated that the Republican Party is actually the party of “inclusion.” Democrats heads are likely spinning as they watch their narrative that President Trump and Republican men are misogynistic pigs slowly crumble at their feet.
It truly is an exciting development to watch the GOP take on a whole new identity as the age-old false stereotypes slowly but surely fall by the wayside. When all is said and done, as many as 33 Republican women could win House seats. According to Just the News, win totals this week have already doubled the number of female GOP House members.
Among the, so far, 13 GOP women who won their House races is Lauren Boebert (pictured at top), the “holster-wearing Colorado business woman who scrapped to keep open her pub amid strict coronavirus rules,” as Just the News reports.
Boebert, an open-carrying 2nd Amendment advocate, unseated GOP incumbent Rep. Scott Tipton in the primary and then went on to win Tuesday against Democratic challenger Diane Bush.
Another winning Republican woman is Majorie Taylor Greene from Georgia. As Just the News reports, Greene won her seat in suburban Atlanta “despite a comment that suggest support for the controversial QAnon conspiracy and saying that black males are ‘slaves to the Democratic Party.’”
Some others include Cuban-American former broadcast journalist for Telemundo, Maria Elvira Salazar of Florida, a former lieutenant governor and the first female president of the state Senate in Minnesota, Michelle Fischbach, Oklahoma State Senator Stephanie Bice, South Carolina State Rep. Nancy Mace, and former New Mexico State Rep. Yvette Herrell.
These are all upcoming GOP members to watch over the next few years and they should all give us hope that all is not yet lost. Even if Joe Biden should end up in the White House, legitimately or not, we have to focus on the fact that there will still be strong members of the GOP fighting for conservatives everywhere.
Without President Trump, they will become the front line and we have to trust that they’ll defend what is right and the constitution.
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