The Final Battle

Posted on March 5, 2024 by Robert Ringer


With the Super Tuesday massacre now behind us, it’s clear Donald Trump will be the 2024 Republican Party nominee, and panicked Democrats are concerned that even their well-oiled cheating machine may not be enough to keep him from winning the general election.  But don’t sell Democrats short, because, if nothing else, they are relentless.  They will never stop lying; they will never stop cheating; they will never stop trying to rig elections.

You may think the Supreme Court’s ruling on the ridiculous Colorado ballot case is a triumph of good over evil, but I can assure you it will not deter Democrats from trying again … and again … and again.  They are already talking about legislation in Congress that would cut right to the chase and keep Trump off the ballot.  And if all else fails, they are threatening to refuse to certify the upcoming election.  (You know, the same thing they accused Donald Trump of doing in 2020.)

It’s time to face up to the reality that the United States is no longer a nation where the rule of law reigns supreme.  This is not some big, new revelation.  It’s long been an open secret that the United States is a dangerous, crime-ridden country with a wide-open border and blatant criminality at the highest levels of government.  Ransacking retail establishments from Walgreens to Gucci seems perfectly normal in a country where it’s common knowledge that the man posing as president has made millions of dollars through a massive bribery and money-laundering scheme for half a century.

This was driven home recently by El Salvadore President Bukele when he spoke at
CPAC.  In the days of yore, Americans would have been insulted if the head of state of another country — especially a third-world country — lectured them on what they need to do to pull their country back from the brink of disaster.  At CPAC, however, his remarks were met with loud applause and cheering, because those in attendance realized that everything he was saying was true.

Bukele warned Americans not to make the same mistakes El Salvadore made in the sixties and seventies, urging them to reject globalism and fight against unelected bureaucrats, corrupt prosecutors, judges, and attorneys, and activists posing as journalists.  His depth of understanding of the problems that are turning the United States into a third-world country was eye opening.

Bukele reminded me of the late Andrew Breitbart, because of his emphasis on the need for Americans to take immediate action.  I interviewed Breitbart less than a year before he passed away, and I believe his greatest contribution was that he emphasized the importance of being proactive rather than playing defense against Democrat treachery.  He understood that passivity in politics is death, particularly in this day and age of lawless Democrats running roughshod over the Constitution.

If Democrats manage to cheat their way to victory in November — particularly if they manage a clean sweep by winning majorities in the House, Senate, and the presidency — it’s hard to see how America can survive.  They have clearly decided that 2024 is the time to go for full and permanent control of the government by pulling out all stops.  They are now openly working to subvert the 2024 election.  If they achieve power, they will try to imprison their political opponents, pack the Supreme Court, import tens of millions of new Democrat voters, and write laws aimed at watering down the Constitution.

On the other hand, if Republicans somehow manage to overcome the Democrats’ massive election-fraud antics, Donald Trump will have a very brief window of opportunity to take serious action.  Repeat, serious action as opposed to tinkering around the edges.  I believe he’s sincere when he says he intends to do many things to push back against Democrat criminality, but to actually follow through on them, he must overcome his addiction to sycophantism.

If he surrounds himself with sycophant Republicans like Tim Scott (who endorsed Lisa Murkowski!), prim and proper Matt Whitaker, and Kristie Noem (who has referred to John Thune as “my good friend”), his efforts will be doomed.  All of them are nice, well-meaning people, but nice and well-meaning don’t cut it during wartime.  And, make no mistake about it, we are at war.

This isn’t fun and games anymore.  It’s the final battle, literally.  If Republicans lose this battle, the war will be over.  If he is serious about holding the line against criminal Democrats, Trump needs to pick ruthless warriors like Stephen Miller, Kash Patel, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Ric Grenell, to name but a few.  If he gets this wrong, we all may as well start booking our reservations for the gulag.

If liberty is your goal, the one battle you cannot afford to lose is the final battle.  That being the case, we would all do well to make certain like-minded people understand this in the lead-up to November 5.

Robert Ringer

Robert Ringer is an American icon whose unique insights into life have helped millions of readers worldwide. He is also the author of two New York Times #1 bestselling books, both of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time.