“They’ve made all of our Founding Fathers out to be evil racists. They weren’t.”

While the Republicans look to be in pretty good shape to take back the House of Representatives in November 2022, the situation in the Senate is much tighter.  There are two schools of thought in the US Senate on how to approach the 2022 election. Mitch McConnell wants to run against Joe Biden. (link)

Rick Scott is breaking with McConnell to nationalize the senatorial campaigns, as Newt Gingrich nationalized the House races in 1994. (link)

Rick Scott and his staff are trying to win big and have the guts to put what they are about on paper as his “11 Points Plan to Rescue America.” (more)

  1. Our kids will say the pledge of allegiance, salute the Flag, learn that America is a great country, and choose the school that best fits them.

  2. Government will never again ask American citizens to disclose their race, ethnicity, or skin color on any government forms.

  3. The soft-on-crime days of coddling criminal behavior will end. We will re-fund and respect the police because they, not the criminals, are the good guys.

  4. We will secure our border, finish building the wall, and name it after President Donald Trump.

  5. We will grow America’s economy, starve Washington’s economy, and stop Socialism.

  6. We will eliminate all federal programs that can be done locally, and enact term limits for federal bureaucrats and Congress.

  7. We will protect the integrity of American Democracy and stop left-wing efforts to rig elections.

  8. We will protect, defend, and promote the American Family at all costs.

  9. Men are men, women are women, and unborn babies are babies. We believe in science.

  10. Americans will be free to welcome God into all aspects of our lives.

  11. We are Americans, not globalists.


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