House Speaker Trump? Former Pres. Makes Final Decision

Donald Trump has solidified himself as a titan in politics and will be looked upon in the history books as perhaps the single-greatest President in modern United States history.

The powers that be (Deep State intelligence officials) colluded with the DNC machine to prevent his reelection and now the country is languishing under Joe Biden’s leadership. Since the election, Trump has teased a 2024 presidential bid ostensibly against a doddering Biden, but the jury’s out if bazooka Joe will make it.

But what’s to stop the same Deep State entities from preventing Donald Trump’s 2024 victory as they did in the previous election?

This is precisely why conservative thinkers and former Trump advisers devised a plan to circumvent all the collusion, cheating, and fraud perpetrated by D.C. swamp things.

Their plan? Get the Former President to run for Congress in 2022, defeat his opponents during the midterms, nominate him for House Speaker, then move forward with impeachment proceedings against Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

And voila!

President Donald Trump in 2022 — and a shoo-in for 2024.

The America First coalition in Congress is growing; day by day lawmakers are beginning to understand the importance of prioritizing the United States in both policy and leadership styles. They know Trumpism is just the ideology to do that, and many are hoping to aboard the Trump train.

As a matter of fact, it isn’t even necessary that Trump get elected to Congress before becoming House Speaker — a point that Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz has made on numerous occasions.

The House Speaker theory was originally devised by former White House adviser and all-around galaxy brain Steve Bannon who revealed his thoughts during an episode of his highly-controversial podcast.

However, as unprecedented and entertaining as the House Speaker theory may be, it doesn’t appear that Trump is particularly on board.

The Former President basically put the kibosh on the entire scenario this week during an interview.

“No, I think it’s not something I want to do. A lot of people bring it up. It’s brought up all the time. No, it’s not something I want to do,” Trump said.

But I think we all know why Trump isn’t necessarily receptive to the idea of becoming House Speaker.

Just look at the polls — he’s running for president!

Author: Monica Hedren