Sean Spicer’s advice for Republicans
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has a new book out, with a timely title: “Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America.”
It chronicles the progressive agenda now gripping the White House and provides grassroots guidelines for those who want to push back against it.
So what is the author’s advice to the Republican Party on the best strategy to counter this persistent force? Mr. Spicer looks to the recent off-year election which yielded substantial and unexpected Republican victories and a reality check for Democrats.
“After last week’s elections, Democrats are very aware that they have 12 months to get as much of their radical agenda passed before they lose the House of Representatives. Republicans in Congress must be ready to use every tool to stop them,” Mr. Spicer tells Inside the Beltway.
“First they must be willing to use every parliamentary tactic and procedure to slow down and stop their efforts. Second, and probably more important, they need to make a compelling and logical case regarding how dangerous and political the Democrats’ motives are. They did this effectively when it came to making the case for voter ID — now they must do it again with respect to everything from packing the U.S. Supreme Court and allowing migrants to flood over our southern border to making Washington, D.C., a state so they can get two additional Democrat senators,” he advises.