As the Republican Party gears up for its first primary debate of the 2024 election cycle, all eyes are on Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The event, which will be broadcast live on FOX News, is already stirring up a storm of anticipation. However, the leading candidate, former President Trump, who is ahead by a staggering 30 points, has chosen to sit this one out.
Instead, he will be engaging in a candid conversation with Tucker Carlson, offering an alternative perspective to the mainstream narrative.
Carlson, known for his unfiltered approach, explained his decision to host the interview, stating, “We believe voters are interested in hearing what Trump thinks.”
“When he approached us about having a discussion for a larger audience than he’d receive on cable news, we were more than happy to oblige.”
This move has sparked intrigue among viewers, who are now torn between tuning into the GOP debate or the exclusive interview with President Trump.
Vivek is absolutely obliterating the establishment GOP. This debate is over and it’s not even close. He managed to praise Trump and own Christie in one sentence!
— 🇺🇸Travis🇺🇸 (@Travis_in_Flint) August 24, 2023
There are several compelling reasons why you might want to skip the GOP debate and instead tune in to Twitter-X and Tucker Carlson’s interview with former President Trump.
The most significant reason is the debate may not address the critical issues concerning the future of the United States.
DeSantis literally looked around to make sure it was safe to raise his hand!
— Brenden Dilley (@WarlordDilley) August 24, 2023
Here are ten questions that, unfortunately, will likely remain unanswered at tonight’s GOP debate:
1.) If one NATO country sabotages the gas pipeline of another NATO member, would this be considered an act of war or is this something you’re comfortable with?
2.) Do you consider the mysterious delivery of thousands of ballots in the middle of the night following a presidential election, when the GOP candidate is leading by over 100,000 votes, as a hallmark of free and fair elections?
3.) Do you agree with Chris Wray and Brad Raffensperger that feeding stacks of ballots through voting machines multiple times in the dead of night should be allowed in free and fair elections?
4.) What is your plan to assist the January 6 prisoners? Should Trump supporters be subjected to solitary confinement without trial?
5.) Who is Rosanne Boyland and how did she die?
6.) How many Trump supporters were killed on January 6? How many police officers lost their lives on the same day?
7.) Why have you remained silent about President Trump being indicted on speech crimes? Do you agree with the Democrats and elites that speech should now be criminalized?
8.) Do you support legal scholar Fani Willis’s proposal to hold a show trial with all 19 Trump associates in a courtroom at once, trying them for their unwillingness to accept the results of the 2020 election?
9.) Are you concerned that Democrats are running a president with severe dementia, who is tearing the country apart for reelection, despite having no support and not campaigning?
10.) Will you commit to completing the construction of the Trump border wall?
These are the questions that need answers. These are the issues that matter to the American people.
As we navigate the political landscape of 2024, it’s crucial to remember that it’s not just about who’s on stage, but also about the questions they’re willing to answer.