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Posted by Tim Bryce on August 3, 2021


– The fight is far from over.

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The state of California represents a microcosm of the Utopian world Democrats envision for the United States. It is essentially a two class society featuring the elites and working class. The middle class is fleeing the state in droves and taking their money with them, representing the economic engine businesses and government depend on to operate. Consequently, the cost of living has skyrocketed, the state is in debt, taxes are on the rise, and the government is enacting more rules and regulations routinely thereby choking the lives of the citizens and businesses remaining there. Even if you decide to leave the state, your assets come under the scrutiny of the state’s Office of Tax Appeals (OTA). Not surprising therefore, California is dependent on federal subsidies to help bail them out, something all American taxpayers must pay for. The California experiment may be applauded by Democrats, but everyone else sees it as a cesspool.

California has also embraced the concept of de-funding police departments and “catch-and-release” of criminals, meaning crime is rising dramatically, thereby deterring tourism and the safety of the citizenry. In other words, the state is no longer a fun place to visit and can actually be quite risky.

Bankruptcies are also up in the “Golden State,” and state government workers have a mandate to wear masks and take Covid-19 vaccinations (as does the federal government). No wonder Californians are fleeing to Republican states such as Texas and Florida. In all likelihood, all Democrat-led states will follow California’s model, particularly Illinois, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York.

Not surprising, Americans are hopelessly divided over the state of the Union. Recent polls indicate the country is heading in the wrong direction and President Biding’s ratings keep sagging.

So Republicans are wondering who will stand up to the Democrats in the 2024 presidential election. Even though President Trump is the early favorite, having easily won two CPAC straw polls, some Republicans, particularly moderate RINOs are concerned with his electability. Again, we hear the lament, “He doesn’t act presidential.” Maybe, but if the former president has taught us anything, he knows how to get things done, such as securing the border, curbing unemployment, producing a robust economy, energy independence, facing down our international competition, our Jerusalem embassy, producing the Covid-19 vaccine, and much more.

The only other possible candidates as of today are Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, both good people but lack the skill to do battle with the Loony-Left, although both are learning. Frankly, what is needed is a war-time president who knows how to do battle with the Democrats. That only leaves Donald Trump, as the one person who knows how to fight back. The Democrats already know this, and explains why they continue to attack him savagely even though he is out of office. For example, the histrionics of the Democrats’ January 6th Committee is carefully choreographed and designed to bring shame on President Trump. The point is, the American public has already made up their mind on the subject and either approve or reject what is said by this committee. Basically, this is a colossal waste of time and intended to deflect criticism of Democrats as we approach the 2022 Congressional elections.

Trump alone stands in the way of the Democrats’ agenda to realize their utopian world, which is why they will say and do anything, whether it is legal or not, to keep him from returning to power.

As a businessman, President Trump learned a long time ago you do not run from a fight, particularly if you are right. Failure to do so is an admission of guilt. This is why he makes the most foreboding candidate to take down the Democrat machine. Governors DeSantis and Noem understand the problem, but may not be ready for the fight quite yet.

As an outsider, Trump doesn’t particularly care what politicians think of him, including members of his own party. He is more interested in the American people and results, including securing our government for future generations. While Democrats will try to portray him as an evil demigod, Mr. Trump will wear his two impeachments as a red badge of courage which will actually serve as an asset as opposed to a liability in the next election.

What we have to understand is that the 2024 presidential election will be the most costly and bloodthirsty in our history. The Democrats and their minions, the News Media, will see to that. To Independents and Republicans, including RINOs, you have to ask yourself, are you satisfied with how the Democrats are running the government? If not, who possesses the chutzpah to wrestle the government away from the Democrats before we go the way of California?

Forget personalities for a moment; ask yourself, who will get the job done?

Only one name comes to my mind; Donald Trump.

Keep the Faith!

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  1. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Published:


    On Tue, Aug 3, 2021 at 5:15 AM THE BRYCE IS RIGHT! wrote:

    > Tim Bryce posted: “BRYCE ON POLITICS – The fight is far from over. Click > for AUDIO VERSION. To use this segment in a Radio broadcast or Podcast, > send TIM a request. The state of California represents a microcosm of the > Utopian world Democrats envision for the United States.” >


  2. Tim Bryce said

    A D.P. of Debary, Florida wrote…

    “Thanks for your great column this morning. I largely agree with you about needing Donald Trump in2024. However that election is over three years off and a lot can happen in the meantime. Who knows what other champions will rise in the GOP? Also, Republicans and Trump are wise to focus on 2022. And I hope he makes no announcement until afterward. If we don’t take back control of at least the Senate, there may be little hope of an honest election in 2024… If it isn’t already too late.”


  3. Tim Bryce said

    An H.N. of East Lake, Florida wrote…

    “Love what you had to say about why Trump must run again!! “


  4. James said

    The way I see it.

    Trump is the only candidate that doesn’t have to worry about making money for himself, his children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, etc. They are all financially comfortable, super intelligent and extremely successful. He is the only candidate that his children made it on their own without their father being in govt. This makes him able to focus on working for the people instead of working to make him and his family wealthy or being influence to make a certain group rich. It is what other would say, a candidate that can’t be bought.

    He has always been the type of person that never backs down. If he did, he would have never created nor achieved all the things he has done. He knows how to focus and finish to get the results he wants or needs. He is also the type of person to stand and defend his position and to take back what was rightfully his to begin with. This makes all candidates and the people who influence govt. fear him and the working class people to support and love him.

    If Trump’s history is any indication, he will run again. He knows he has nothing to lose and the base of his supporters are still with him as he continues to test their love for him.

    The question is, what is Biden’s going to do with all of Trump’s supporters before the next election? Are the people that are still locked up for trespassing the Capital any indication of what is to come?


  5. Tim Bryce said

    A J.U. of Palm Harbor, Florida wrote…

    “Right On the Mark Brother!!”


  6. Tim Bryce said

    A P.E. of Tampa, Florida wrote…

    “Democrooks have had years and years to perfect massive vote fraud at the national level. Next they will move down to the state level to ensure dwindling competition in Congress. I think Trump will be the last Republican president as we move toward totalitarian government.”


  7. Walter Sawicki II said

    Unlike when the far left, who kept protesting and destroying property, we stopped and went back to work. That is what we do, we don’t have big money to pump into our protests. So we go to work and pay taxes and bills. January 6 was a one time deal, it’s over, go to work. Walter Sawicki IISec., treas. and LEO4 Lodges

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  8. Thomas M. said

    The Left cannot keep itself together without an enemy. Trump may be personally crude and rub people the wrong way. But he has created the blueprint. You are only starting to see a crop of local politicans coming through locally that understand and fight for what it means.

    The midterms in 2022 are crucial to see if it can spread elsewhere through Congress.

    We are also now seeing evidence of the Democrat party beginning to eat itself. Their tentpole that they try to wrap under all victims has just gotten so big….that it cannot sustain itself.
    Big corporate interests are now squeezing against unions, feminists against trans rights groups, and anti-vaxxers and anti-mask advocates are crying for their own victimhood as loud as those who protest it on freedom grounds.

    It is amusing to see–as neither side wants to give an inch and only argue. Whereas the media insists on taking one side, further alienting those who they choose to shame.
    Eventually the only ones left in the room are those voices too busy shouting to hear anyone else. This is how the “silent majority” came to influence election outcomes.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Lawrence P. Marlin said

    This is an outstanding observation about is going on today. Mr. Bryce cuts through all the fog. Thank you for your very astute review of the political situation.

    Liked by 1 person

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