How Republicans Can End the "Stolen 2020" Controversy
An easy way to end an intraparty argument and focus on 2024
The Republican Party is kind of a mess right now. They just barely won the House and lost ground in the Senate in what was supposed to be a red wave election against a historically unpopular President Biden. A lot of that is because Republicans are often fighting against themselves, and that can be traced back to the 2020 election.
Now, Trump says the 2020 election was stolen from him. Many Republicans agree with him and are like, “We can’t win anything while the Democrats are stealing elections!”
The other side is like, “That didn’t happen! We’ll keep losing elections when you scare away voters talking about 2020 election conspiracy theories!”
And then the first side is like, “If we don’t get to the bottom of how 2020 was stolen, it’s all for naught!”
And the other side is like, “There’s nothing to get to the bottom of! You have no evidence!”
And the first side is like, “Open your eyes, man!”
And the other side is like, “No! I got glue in them in a gluing accident. But regardless, the 2020 election wasn’t stolen!”
And so on and so on.
Well, I’m not here to argue this controversy because I don’t like people yelling at me when I take sides. I’m brave that way… brave about being open with my avoiding being yelled at.
But what I am here is to offer a solution — to provide a way for all Republicans to move on from this and work together regardless of their feelings on election theft. A way to end all the fighting and for the party to work as one and win in 2024. And it’s rather simple: