We as patriots and citizens have all observed the deterioration in society and the rule of law. The question we are asked at AIR most often and we all ask ourselves, how do we fight back? How do we bring honor, civility, truth, justice and individual freedoms back into our lives and the lives of our children and grandchildren and the generations to follow? How do we ensure future Americans live in the safety and security that is the birthright of the greatest country to ever exist?
Unfortunately, there is no silver bullet solution. We have been nearly undone by a steadfast policy of incrementalism spewed by the radical left, death by a thousand cuts. The path back is the same, a steadfast policy of incrementalism. We must fight back inch by inch, not only by putting good people in office but also by voting out those who are self-serving or betray our trust. Those that claim to be conservative but are not, these are the ones who control most of the Republican party. Having no moral compass or core values, these so-called Republicans believe that the populism of the hard left is the only road to winning elections and they promote the same destructive nonsense.
One such individual that has fallen into that empty hole of reasoning and lost his way is Robin Vos (R) of Wisconsin. Arguably the most powerful and influential politician in the State and longtime speaker for the Legislature, has aligned himself with radical communist oriented groups such as the Racine Interfaith Coalition, even reportedly contributing funds to this radical communist organization.
The Racine Interfaith Coalition espouses the openly communist Liberation Theology movement and is an affiliate of another radical organization, The Gamaliel Foundation. The Gamaliel foundation has been reported to have been involved in ballot harvesting in the 2020 elections and being associated with the violent communist organization, ANTIFA.
By all accounts, Vos believes that he will lose in the upcoming primary and has already spoken with several fellow legislators and tacitly admitted he expects to be defeated in the primary by discussing what can be done before his departure in January.
His defeat will be only one step in the right direction but what a message it will send to the Republican party. Vos is certainly one of the most powerful and influential politicians at the State level in any of the 50 States and I include the Governors in that calculation. His defeat will send a message of hope and encouragement for conservatives, we the people can still turn this around. Oddly, both the Democrat and Republican parties will receive a very different but still powerful message. Their joint hatred of conservatism and disdain for the American people will only be fueled but there will also be a seed of fear that they are losing their shared grip on power.
Unfortunately, it appears that Robin Vos has fallen into the bizarre world where it makes sense to him to cooperate with Democrats against Conservatives like so many other Rinos.