It will take more than going to rallies. And not a lot of time. If the effort is focused and smart.
President Donald Trump is the nominal head of the Republican Party. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, Republicans In Name Only, #CampaignConservatives and #Chambercrats, pretend to support the President’s agenda. They do not. As do not many of the #FakeConservatives in the U.S. House and Senate facing re-election in 2018. Their current actions (or, perhaps, inaction) speak louder than words.
Just as the fake Republicans in the House and Senate do not support President Trump, the Republicans In Name Only who populate many of the elected 168 member slots of the Republican National Committee (“RNC”) (that includes the chairmen of the state parties and the territories and their national committeemen and national committeewomen) are trying to sabotage President Trump’s agenda. That effort is in full view of any objective observer.
Ought we not replace these incumbent Republicans In Name Only? To ask the question is to answer it. Of course we must. So . . . how to do it? By going to rallies? By commenting on a blog?
No. That will not do it. We need to focus on getting Trump supporters to actually vote in the primary election and then the general election.
We conservatives who support President Donald J. Trump need to unite and organize for real political action where we live “inside” the Republican Party apparatus to be in a position to make sure that the best conservative candidate in the all-important, traditionally, very-low-turnout primary election, gets the most votes.
I know how to make that happen. It does not take more than two or three hours a month.
Can you sacrifice that amount of time?
My brother Tom tells me that whenever he asks for volunteers back in our hometown for anything of a civic nature, the two most common excuses are, “I’m too busy” and “I don’t have enough time.”
You are not too busy. You have the time.
Deliberately, this article is short, as everything in it has been said before in my prior articles. Both here and at Breitbart.com.
Here is what you, dear reader, if you consider yourself a President Trump supporter, must do to help defeat every incumbent Republican In Name Only in the upcoming 2018 primary elections:
Vote in the primary! Make sure that you vote in the Republican primary election for the best conservative candidate. On average, in most states, only about twenty per cent of Republican voters turn out to actually vote in the primary election. Do not be one of those no shows.
Become a Republican Party precinct committeeman where you live.
So that you can change the Party and change the outcomes of the primary elections.
You will become part of the Republican Party “elite.”
Only about one out of one-hundred Republicans can become a precinct committeeman, and only about half of these slots are filled.
And the Republicans In Name Only globalists currently in these positions, on the RNC, do not what you to know this.
Again, go to my articles. Read a few of them. They are not long. Some even have videos.
Here’s a video from 2013 that explains everything in about four minutes. And explains why the RNC does NOT want you to become a precinct committeeman.
Ought President Trump be telling you this at the rallies and elsewhere? Of course. As I explained in my most recent article here at Breitbart. And as my friend and colleague Vassar Bushmills explained recently here.
Imagine if President Trump, while in Phoenix, Arizona, the other day, had asked his supporters to become Arizona Republican Party precinct committeemen, where about 55% of those slots are vacant and can be filled by volunteering – and all one must do to become one is fill out a one-page form.
What was our “conservative” Republican Arizona Republican Party Chairman doing at that rally? He was circulating among the attendees to sign up “volunteers.” To do what? Become precinct committeemen? Of course not. No, he was signing up volunteers to help get out the vote in the primary for #FakeConservative #CampaignConservative incumbent #NeverTrump Sen. Jeff Flake.
Why did he not tell the “volunteers” to become precinct committeemen?
I do not know.
Why didn’t President Trump tell the approximately five thousand attendees to become Republican Party precinct committeemen?
I do not know.
So . . . because they will not tell you, I will tell you.
And then I hope you will tell others. And become a precinct committeeman where you live.
Which will allow we conservatives to unite and organize for real political action where we live to win our local elections and, as a result, the state and national elections.
Politically. For real results at the ballot box.
The “how” of it is in my articles. Both here and at Breitbart.com
Let’s do this.
Are you with me?
Here’s a mission for you that you can easily carry out.
Please do it and then report back.
I hope this helps.
Daniel J. Schultz graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1978 and served as an Army Human Intelligence Officer. He is an attorney and these views are his own and no reflection of his current employer. He has been a Republican Party precinct committeeman since 2007 and was a co-winner of the Conservative HQ Liberty Prize based on his e-book Taking Back Your Government: The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy. State-specific and other information relating to The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy can be found at //precinctproject.us and //theprecinctproject.wordpress.com. Mr. Schultz can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.