Those who were hoping the Donald Trump tsunami that swept into American politics in 2015 would re-shape the GOP into a more populist party in touch with its grassroots working- and middle-class voter base have reason to worry. A trend is underway in the Joe Biden years: major GOP candidates for high office appear more plugged into the massive revenue streams of the ruling establishment than the cause of Draining the Swamp.
Glenn Youngkin’s victory in the Virginia gubernatorial race in November has fired the Republican establishment with a belief that a road out of Trumpism may have been opened. Youngkin has deep ties to many of the globalist moneyed individuals and organizations that the Make America Great Again ranks have been critical of, yet somehow, the governor-elect successfully branded himself as a local Virginian out to roll back big government excess.
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