(RightIsRight.co) – In any political party, there’s a variety of opinions and even disagreements, but most people within the group usually agree on a few main values and priorities. Under President Donald Trump’s leadership, the GOP found a new vigor, but it seems not all Republicans are on board with it. One such person, conservative columnist George Will, made some ridiculous claims to this effect that are simply untrue.
During an interview with George Stephanopoulos on This Week, Washington Post op-ed writer George Will said the Republican Party is “defined by the terror it feels for its own voters.” Yet, he failed to acknowledge the numerous congressmen and women who stood up for their voters, the integrity of our elections, and our 45th president.
Will went on to talk about the Democratic push for a commission into the events of January 6. Byron York, the chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner, shares more about that when he countered Will’s comment:
On ABC yesterday, George Will said: 'I would like to see January 6th burned into the American mind as firmly as 9/11 because it was that scale of a shock to the system.' No, it wasn't. Perhaps a little perspective is in order: https://t.co/wJMb7dtVWq pic.twitter.com/pxdt152MOD
— Byron York (@ByronYork) May 24, 2021
The Republican party is, in fact, stronger than ever with numerous leaders pushing for limited government, conservative values, and strong national security. Embracing the GOP’s momentum from the 2020 election is how the conservative party will take back Congress and even the White House in the coming years.
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