Guest post by Chadwick Dolgos
We are losing our country. I know that sounds like a standard Republican talking point, but it is nothing more than the absolute truth. The American people are being taxed into poverty to fund global initiatives, the comfort of illegal immigrants, and foreign wars. When will enough be enough?
This notion that money is infinite because the federal government can print at will is absurd and should be marked as misinformation on every single social media platform known to man. We all know, as rational human beings, that when you print more money, you devalue the current supply. When the value of the dollar goes down, the price of goods and services goes up. It’s not a difficult concept to understand, but many Americans failed to see the economic collapse following the trillion-dollar COVID-19 package coming and did not plan accordingly.
What’s odd is that, despite high inflation and low wages, our leaders in Washington D.C. are sending billions of dollars overseas to fund multiple wars. Where is all this money coming from, and why are many “fiscally conservative” Republicans in Congress on board? The over $33 trillion debt the United States has accumulated should be reason enough to stay out of foreign conflicts financially. Rand Paul and Thomas Massie shouldn’t have been the only Republicans in Congress to oppose aid to Israel. Unfortunately, even conservatives have special interests they must cater to.
Global warming should be the least of our worries three years after a global pandemic that crushed the economy, but that’s not stopping our federal government from funding Green New Deal initiatives when other countries are ignoring the Paris Climate Agreement completely without penalty. Not the United States, however. Our government loves to make doing business within our borders difficult, and they continue to enact outrageous regulations that make the cost of doing business in America unbearable.
We love spending billions of dollars on initiatives that produce little benefit because they get popular politicians like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez re-elected. Republicans like Dan Webster supported the continuing resolution that allowed the Biden regime to keep funding their global climate initiatives while millions of Americans are struggling to make ends meet.
The truth is, we cannot afford any more empty promises from Republicans who claim to run on an America-First agenda. Draining the swamp means getting rid of every politician who has voted to put America last these past four years. Getting Republicans elected is difficult. I’ve been working on campaigns for the past two years, and I know the work that goes into these efforts, and many fall short for reasons you’re not allowed to discuss on Facebook. We need to start getting the right Republicans elected.
Anthony Sabatini, a former Florida State Representative running for Congress against Dan Webster, is a true America-First fighter. He was named the most conservative legislator in Florida, and I imagine he’ll bring similar energy to Washington as well. He is an obvious choice for Congress if the goal is to stop foreign funding, end the global climate initiatives, and truly make America First again.
Another America-First Republican on the ballot during Republican primary season is David Giglio, who is running against the most corrupt Republican in Congress, Kevin McCarthy, and has pledged to work alongside President Donald Trump to wage war against the deep state, according to his campaign announcement press release. Giglio’s social media highlights that he has been consistent with his messaging and will do whatever it takes to take America back.
If Sabatini falls to Webster and Giglio to McCarthy, these are good indicators that our country is heading in the wrong direction. Webster has been ranked the “least effective member of Congress,” while McCarthy was removed from his position as Speaker by 8 courageous members of his own party.
We cannot expect real conservative change in Washington if We The People don’t do whatever it takes to get America-First conservative Republicans elected in 2024. We must take action instead of hoping for the best. We must put our money where our mouths are to truly have an impact on this cycle.