Ending the pandemic, restoring critical supply lines, and launching a manufacturing renaissance are keys to four more years, president says.
Here's the short version of how Surber presents Solomon's reporting, and that one weird trick behind it:
Just the News reported that the president unveiled a six-point plan last week on a campaign visit to Toledo's Whirlpool plant.
According to Just the News, [Trump's] six points are: All focus on the economy.
All can be done without Congress. In other words, these are executive actions. Presidential. There is no caveat of "I Will Work With Congress" because Congress is not needed.
And, think about it. What do we need the modern Congress for? To essentially rubber stamp spending bills--yes, that of course. But that's pretty much a given. To conduct oversight? Uh, ... The less said about that, perhaps, the better.
No, Congress' one crucial remaining role is confirming appointees--especially judges. That's for the Senate, of course. Mitch McConnell has been doing a pretty good job there and, as long as the Senate holds GOP, can be counted on to continue that work. Hopefully a second term Trump will have learned a few things and, with the strongest AG in recent memory by his side, will be positioned to redress critical balances of power in our constitutional order, in support of Trump's agenda.
Trump is a man with a plan. MAGA. The Dem plan? It's out there for all who have eyes to see and ears to here: Bring American down. The choice for voters--a 'transcendently important' choice, as commenter Cassander puts it--is plain.