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Building America First in the States
« on: April 07, 2021, 03:43:56 PM »
Building America First in the States

Alliance for Free Citizens is a new states-based conservative grassroots organization.


April 7, 2021|

12:01 am
Ryan Girdusky

In the aftermath of the 2020 election, conservatives, nationalists, and populists have found themselves in the political wilderness. With Democrats holding slim majorities in both chambers of Congress and an aging Joe Biden relegating his priorities to his progressive staff, supporters of President Trump don’t have a seat at the decision desk to accomplish their agenda in Washington. At their best, they can only hope to stop the far-left agenda of Democrats in the House and Senate.

Conservatives have found themselves in this place before. Even when there was a divided government and Republicans only controlled one branch of the government, conservatives still lacked meaningful influence on the national policy agenda. The most recent example was in the aftermath of the 2010 Republican landslide that gave the party a large majority in the House.

In those cases, conservatives successfully turned their attention to the state legislatures to deliver them victories on abortion, gun rights, and immigration. Supporters of President Trump’s America First agenda have begun doing the same thing.

A new organization, Alliance for Free Citizens, has put together America First policy proposals on immigration, COVID restrictions, election integrity, critical race theory, and encouraging marriage and traditional families.

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https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/building-america-first-in-the-states/
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