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Meuser: We Need A Course Correction In 2024

Rep. Dan Meuser

The following was written by Pennsylvania 9th Congressional District Rep. Dan Meuser.

The 9th Congressional District includes all of Carbon, Columbia, Schuylkill and Lebanon Counties as well as parts of Berks, Luzerne, Montour, and Northumberland Counties.

Contact him at meuser.house.gov/contact

The past two and a half years under the Biden Administration have been damaging to our nation’s national security, economic strength, and public safety.

Since the Biden Administration took office, they had the U.S. give up in Afghanistan, which caused the loss of American lives and resulted in leaving behind $80 billion in American military equipment that is now being used by the Taliban. This disgraceful episode in American history sent a message to every potential adversary in the world, including China, that the Biden Administration has no interest in maintaining the United States’ status as a world-power – and in so doing, a vacuum of leadership was created.

The Biden Administration has caused a disaster at our southern border. On a daily basis, death, rape, and violence take place. The cartels get very rich on illegal drugs and human trafficking. Much of Mexico has become a gangland due to the Biden border policies.

The U.S. economy has been rattled by extremely excessive spending and assault measures taken on the American energy industry have resulted in the highest level of inflation in 40 years. Our economy in turn has experienced interest rate hikes more rapidly than ever before.

American people and small businesses are under heightened threat from the crime on our city streets. And the scandals that continue to mount from the Biden White House are stunningly egregious. Equally astonishing is the highly irregular and dubious actions of the Biden DOJ, FBI, IRS, and SEC – instilling concern and fear in the hearts of our citizens. And remarkably, the Biden campaign slogan for 2024 is “Let’s Finish the Job.”

Our country cannot withstand four more years of a Biden Administration. We must correct course. I’ve had countless ambassadors and foreign ministers tell me directly that the world needs the U.S. to lead, to be strong, and yes, to correct course. And, more importantly, as the Representative of Pennsylvania’s Ninth Congressional District, the vast majority of Pennsylvanians voice this consistently.

There is a better way. We can be there again in a three to four-year period with the right leadership. In 2019, the world was at peace, a favorable trade agreement was just signed with China, and Russia was kept in check. The Abraham Accords were signed, which was the most comprehensive peace treaty ever in the Middle East. ISIS was wiped out, our military was strong and proud, and the Space Force was created – an absolutely essential new branch of our national defense.

The southern border was orderly and secure! The U.S. was not only energy independent but energy dominant. Gasoline was $2.38 a gallon. Inflation was a non-factor. Interest rates were 2.9 percent. Wages were up and taxes were down. There was a renewed sense of patriotism, which most Americans find very inspiring. We can get there again. This is why the only four-year solution in 2024 to making America as great as it needs to be is by electing Donald J. Trump. Former President Trump has proven his policies, plans, and ability to execute work for the vast majority if not all Americans. President Trump has no special interests influencing him. His only special interest is the U.S.A. President Trump realizes, as Reagan did, that a strong America is essential to the well-being of the entire free world.

I have gotten to know President Trump personally. I firmly believe in my heart and head that his sole focus is only on making America strong.

Just recently, I was with President Trump. Upon entering his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., he exclaimed with delight that the Longshoremen were having dinner at the club following their golf event. He had me follow him into a room filled with over 200 Longshoremen, and the room immediately went wild. Everyone was on their feet and various chants like “U.S.A. U.S.A.” and “Four More Years” broke out.

Many in the room were very likely Democrats. While they were very much so cheering for the man, Donald Trump, they were also cheering for their country to get on the right course. This is why I and many of my congressional colleagues have endorsed and are supporting Donald J. Trump for President.

4 Responses

  1. How about a course correction for you, Danny! You keep hitting Legistorm’s worst people to work for in all of Congress. You claim a degree from Cornell but you never graduated. First you blame Trump for McCormicks loss, then you endorse Trump. Make up your mind.

  2. You left out the part about him being an insurrectionist and traitor to the US Constitution.

  3. We definitely need a course correction, but that change must come from a new Congress and a stronger Senate majority and another four years of good judicial appointees.

    Afghanistan? Exactly who started this exodus? Yes, that republican president who has been in cahoots with communists like Putin and Kim.

    Trump inherited a strong economy, and he left with the worst job creation numbers since the stock market crash of 1929 — another victim of Voodoo Economics.

    FDR, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Joe Biden have restored the economy after Republican debacles. That is history.

    That is what must continue in 2024.

  4. WTF is wrong with this idiot. Trump has destroyed this county. He mismanaged the response to COVID which was the root cause of the economic collapse leading to record job losses and inflation. The southern border really hasn’t been secure in several decades. Trump also weakened our foreign policy and military standing. He gave legitimacy to North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un.

    There is a path to elect a reasonable traditional Republican as President in 2024 but it must not be TRUMP.





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