Meet the Maverick Members of the Coming Republican Red Wave

With the midterms less than a week away, the polls are looking better and better for the Republican Party.

The simple truth is the disastrous Biden presidency, along with our record inflation and collapsing culture, turned people away from the Democrat Party.

Americans don’t want criminals roaming the streets, used syringes sticking in their feet, tent cities lining the underpasses, drag queen story hours and World War 3.

They want freedom, prosperity and family. They want tradition, truth, and common sense.

That’s why a massive red wave is looking more and more likely. But this isn’t just going to be a RINO party; red party is crammed full of America First absolutists who love Trump and hate DC parlor games.

Let’s meet a few…

America First Mavericks

A number of individuals running for the US House of Representatives are very much part of the MAGA movement; a few of them even took part in the January 6, 2021 protests.

The liberal media and outlets like the far-left Associated Press propaganda network have tried to portray them as insurrectionists or somehow involved in the violence that occurred that day.

Nothing could be further from the truth; it’s important to remember that the vast majority of those who attended the rally on January 6 never participated in any violence of any kind, nor entered the US Capitol building.

There is a large movement of nationalists and populists running under the GOP banner, many of whom have a very good chance of winning office.

MAGA Badasses

These include people like American hero Navy SEAL vet Derrick Van Orden, who cheered along in the crowd on January 6 in defense of election integrity and Trump. Van Orden is most likely going to snatch away a Democrat seat in Wisconsin.

Another example? Fellow vet and special forces hero Cory Mills from Florida who made it very clear he is against the BLM movement and bragged how riot control equipment made by his own company was used to keep them in line during the summer of 2020.

Meet Karoline Leavitt, a former Trump assistant running in New Hampshire who maintains that the 2020 election was rigged. She’s not scared to stand out or be labeled by CNN. She doesn’t care. And she stands a good chance of winning.

The Bottom Line

Leavitt is part of a red wave that doesn’t apologize, doesn’t back down, and has no patience for the kind of Mitch McConnell-style establishment politics which defined the GOP prior to Trump.

These people like Leavitt, Joe Kent from Washington, and others are not afraid to get in a scrap on social media. They’re not afraid to back up their opinions and not back down; they’re not afraid to say they’re going to DC to interrupt the insider game.

This article appeared in StatesmanPost and has been published here with permission.