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It’s Time to Unite Behind Trump If We Want to Win in 2024

The 2024 Presidential election is rapidly approaching. In many ways it can’t come soon enough. Americans have now spent nearly three painful years waking up every day astonished to learn that the Biden administration has outdone its previous act of insanity.

The shocking revelation, for example, that the Biden Administration is covertly flying illegals into the interior of the U.S. is quickly forgotten when new revelations emerge that the same Administration is sabotaging Texas’ efforts to secure the border—ordering federal agents to cut through the wire barriers erected by the state of Texas.

After botching the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan—which left 13 U.S. service members dead and both Americans and billions in American military equipment behind, while turning the country over to the Taliban—Biden invited Russia to invade Ukraine with his “minor incursion” remark. The Biden administration has since sent billions in U.S. military equipment and munitions to Ukraine, not to mention more than $100 billion in U.S. taxpayer dollars.

Fears of a Biden-caused nuclear World War in Eastern Europe have faded, only to be replaced with the even more realistic and frightful prospect of an imminent Third World War in the Middle East. Biden, like the Obama administration before, has inexplicably funded the hostile Iranian regime, which in turn funds the very terrorists that seek the annihilation of both Israel and the U.S.

The upshot of all this—three years of “governance” by either the most incompetent or otherwise malevolent administration in American history—is an American citizenry vacillating constantly between a state of angst and denial; as if we are all trapped on a frozen pond as the temperature continues to rise. For many this denial has become a coping mechanism to survive the day to day dread.

How many more days can we endure life under the Biden administration? Nearly ten million illegals have entered the country in less than four years. The border remains open and illegals continue to pour in even as the threat of a radical Islamic terrorist attack crescendos and a steady stream of Americans die from fentanyl made in Mexico with Chinese sourced chemicals.

Problems and crises are neither addressed nor resolved by the Biden administration; only ignored and forgotten by the introduction of new or greater crises of the administration’s own seemingly deliberate making.

Does anyone remember the mystery Chinese spy balloon? The four times deported illegal that murdered his five Texas neighbors in Cleveland, Texas? The cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline? How are the victims of the chemical spill and subsequent aerosolization of toxins from the still-unexplained “controlled burn” in East Palestine, Ohio faring? Has Biden made his promised visit yet?

The failures of the Biden administration are so frequent and numerous so as to almost have a beneficial effect for the pretend President. Americans suffer collective amnesia. Our memories can hardly retain—much less process—the catastrophes of today before our minds are bombarded with a whole set of new tragedies.

If Americans can’t remember the Biden Administration’s failures yesterday, can these same Americans honestly recall the Trump successes of yesteryear?

Even still, Americans seem to have at least a vague recollection that they were at least generally better off under the Trump administration than they are today under the Biden Administration.

Poll after poll now shows Trump narrowly leading Biden—and even others like Newsom—in hypothetical matchups for 2024. Polls themselves can certainly be inaccurate but so too can they accurately represent public sentiment. Why shouldn’t Trump be leading Biden given the historic failures of the Biden administration?

And yet while all historical indications point to what ought to be virtually a guaranteed Trump victory in 2024, many Republicans choose to remain dubious; not just dubious but actively engaged in sabotaging GOP chances, as if they themselves would rather will Trump’s defeat than his victory.

Consequently, while 2024 can’t come soon enough it may also come too soon if Republicans continue to both inexplicably deny Trump’s ability to win and actively undermine it by searching for and even manufacturing reasons to hate Trump.

Trump’s supposed unelectability is a spurious claim with little basis in reality. If Trump is so unpopular, why did he receive ten million more votes in 2020 than he did in 2016?

Most of those Republicans who now would point to Trump’s loss in 2020 as evidence that he cannot win in 2024 ignore the fact that he did win in 2016 and have developed a curious amnesia as it relates to the Democrats’ unprecedented mail-in ballot strategy of 2020; a strategy these same Republicans once claimed was utilized to steal the election.

Why would deeply unpopular GOP Presidential candidates Ron DeSantis or Nikki Haley—both polling more than 40 points behind Trump—fare better than Trump in a general election? And why would Democrats be less motivated to use mail-in ballots to their advantage against DeSantis or Haley than Trump?

The reality is that Trump can win. But that necessary outcome becomes less likely the longer Republicans deny Trump’s inevitable nomination, adopt leftist talking points, and attack him with greater vitriol than they reserve for Joe Biden or any Democrat.

Americans have all lived under a Trump and Biden administration. Can any American objectively claim to be better under Biden than Trump? Trump is a great candidate whose record eviscerates the current pretender in the Oval Office.

Casting one’s vote for Trump over Biden or any other Democrat in 2024 ought to be one of the easiest decisions any American has had to make. And it can be.

We have less than a year to persuade Americans to vote to save the country in 2024. Wouldn’t we be better served—and our country—by making the obvious case to re-elect our eventual nominee, Trump, rather than spending our time regurgitating Democrat talking points and lies in an effort to help Democrats win?

The ice is melting beneath our feet and Trump is our life raft. We should be urging Americans to climb aboard rather than trying to convince them it’s a shark. It’s time to unite behind Trump if we want to win in 2024. That’s why I wrote America’s Last Stand: Will You Vote to Save or Destroy America in 2024. 

If I can make the case to save our Republic, you can too. In fact, you must. It’s time to unite behind Trump if we want to win in 2024.

Drew Thomas Allen is the author of America’s Last Stand: Will You Vote to Save or Destroy America in 2024 and the VP of client development at Publius PR, a premiere communications firm, where Allen has worked as a publicist for many of the biggest names in politics: Peter Navarro, Dr. Naomi Wolf, Dr. Ben Carson, Alan Dershowitz, and Kari Lake, to name a few.

In addition to running PR Campaigns for some of the most recognizable names in politics, Allen is a widely published columnist, in-demand political analyst on radio and tv, and host of the popular Drew Allen Show podcast.

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Drew Allen, the Millenial Minister of Truth, is the host of “The Drew Allen Show” podcast and a widely published columnist and political analyst. He is the Vice President of Client Development at Publius PR and also the Editor of the Publius National Post. Subscribe to read his work at drewallen.substack.com.

Photo: COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA - NOVEMBER 25: Former U.S. President Donald Trump waves to the crowd during halftime in the Palmetto Bowl between Clemson and South Carolina at Williams Brice Stadium on November 25, 2023 in Columbia, South Carolina. Trump attended the rivalry game in a key early-voting state as he campaigns ahead of next year’s Republican presidential primary. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)