Matt Kibbe is joined by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) to discuss the results of the recent midterm election. Many people were expecting Democrats to take a beating after COVID lockdowns, a weak economy, and record inflation, but for the most part, this didn’t happen. There are several explanations for this, including a number of lackluster Republican candidates and failure to sufficiently convince voters that Republicans would govern more responsibly. After all, many of the problems Americans now face started under a Republican president. If Republicans want to win in the future, they need to stand for something tangible. This is why Ron DeSantis had a good night, while moderate Republicans like Dr. Oz and Herschel Walker struggled. There’s also a conversation to be had about the role of Donald Trump in the GOP’s future, after many of his endorsements appeared to do more harm than good.
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Congessman Massie – yes, peanut-butter pretzels are fun, but too much carbs. The protein and fat do not overcome that. 🙂
While we’re at it, please go nuts on the recenty-released NIH food pyramid. Lucky Charms healthier than an egg fried in butter?!?
All I can say after watching this is, screw Trump (I censored the word I really wanted to use) and hurrah for Thomas Massie.
We need many more like him. We need a majority in Congress like him, not just a majority of Republicans, most of whom are either part of the problem or totally worthless.