Republican National Committee Pushing Back Against Biden's Policies

"President Donald Trump’s supporters part" (CC BY 2.0) by wuestenigel

The first week of Joe Biden’s term in the White House is here. The 46th president, through his policies and executive orders, shows that he prioritizes China over Americans and virtue-signaling over delivering real results for the nation.
Thanks to the current president, thousands of union workers are now without jobs. Thanks to Biden’s bright idea to push for mass amnesty, there is still no real plan from his administration to end the current economic crisis.

“IMG_1002” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Elvert Barnes

During the 2020 presidential race, then-Vice President Mike Pence warned that Biden would merely be an “autopen president” should he win election. Biden’s decision to sign a record number of executive orders in under a week (executive orders that appease the radical left, of course) has proven that Pence’s warnings were merited.
However, the Republican National Committee warned this week that it is pushing back against policies from the 46th president, Newsmax confirms.

Pushback from the RNC

Per Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, the committee is going to resist Biden’s “extreme policies” and nominees. McDaniel then explained in a statement that the RNC will engage in voter outreach across different states; this outreach will contrast Biden’s vows on the campaign trail with his actions as president.

The RNC chairwoman specifically noted the means by which Biden courted energy workers only to later destroy their jobs. This will certainly be important in Pennsylvania, a state that greatly relies upon fracking, energy independence, and more. Biden’s recent cancellation of Keystone pipeline certainly isn’t doing him any favor with union workers either.
The partisan and failed policies of the Biden administration will also come up during the 2022 midterm elections. Republicans are going to work overtime to regain the majorities in both the Senate and the House.

2022, 2024, and Beyond

Conservatives are eagerly looking towards 2022 and 2024 as the years to get Republicans in power. This means taking back the House and Senate in 2022 and then winning the presidency in 2024. Many Republicans who voted to impeach Trump earlier this year are also expected to be challenged by their fellow Republicans in primary elections.

GOP members who run against Democrats in future elections will have plenty of ammunition due to the policies Biden has pushed via executive order. The many disaffected and now out-of-work union members will be a great base for Republicans to reach in 2022, 2024, and beyond.
Are you glad that Republican groups are pushing back against the actions of the Biden administration? Let us know in the comments section below.