The media and the left are going nuts right now as they continue to create fear and panic in the country about Ukraine.
They have stirred the masses into a frenzy banging their World War 3 drums and also creating more division and animosity against middle-class truckers defending their personal rights.
However, while they have been busily distracted with all this they have for just a brief moment forgotten about Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, Trump is making moves behind the scenes that these leftists have not noticed, but the New York Times finally caught on, and now they’re really nervous.
So, what is Trump up to?
Well, for one thing, he is not going to risk the 2024 election and is making moves now so that it doesn’t take place, and the first place he’s starting is with the “Secretary of State” role.
At this very moment, Trump is building an army of his America First Secretary of State candidates to take power.
They’ll be fortifying red states and taking over blue states.
TikTok user Gene Ho explains what Trump is doing.
It’s a smart move.
According to Wayne Dupree, The New York Times reported that nearly two dozen Republicans who have publicly questioned or disputed the results of the 2020 election are running for secretary of state across the country, in some cases after being directly encouraged by allies of former President Donald J. Trump.
Their candidacies are alarming watchdog groups, Democrats and some fellow Republicans, who worry that these Trump supporters if elected to posts that exist largely to safeguard and administer the democratic process, would weaponize those offices to undermine it — whether by subverting an election outright or by sowing doubts about any local, state or federal elections their party loses.
For decades, secretaries of state worked in relative anonymity, setting regulations and enforcing rules for how elections were administered by local counties and boards. Some held their jobs for many years and viewed themselves not as politicians but as bureaucrats in chief, tending to such arcane responsibilities as keeping the state seal or maintaining custody of state archives.
The aftermath of the 2020 presidential election changed all that.
Just look how worried the New York Times is:
All told, some 21 candidates who dispute Mr. Biden’s victory are running for secretary of state in 18 states, according to States United Action, a nonpartisan group tracking races for secretary of state throughout the country.
“It’s like putting arsonists in charge of the Fire Department,” said Joanna Lydgate, the group’s chief executive. “When we think about the anti-democracy playbook, you change the rules and you change the players so you can change the outcome.”
Many of the election deniers are running in solidly red states where it is less likely that their actions could tilt a presidential election. But several others, who have formed a coalition calling itself the America First slate, are running in states won by Mr. Biden in 2020, including in the crucial battleground states of Michigan, Arizona and Nevada.
This is the “Soros game plan” and what he did when he quietly took over DAs in US cities.
It worked out great for George and Trump is hoping to have the same success.
Only Trump isn’t trying to destroy the country, he’s trying to save it.