Posted: Sep 24, 2022 12:01 AM
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Conventional wisdom always had it that Republicans were the party of Big Business while Democrats were the party of Big Law. However, we are not remotely in conventional times.
In case it’s gone unnoticed, Big Business has stabbed conservatives in the back while throwing us under the bus and every other treachery-themed idiom you can come up with. Corporate America has embraced of the fraudulent, globalist ESG agenda, adopted discriminatory – er “anti-racist” – hiring policies, attacked gun rights, sold the US out to China, and on and on.
Apparently, this is their way of saying “thank you” for our decades of slashing taxes and regulations for them.
However, as all this has happened, it has opened the door for Republicans to replace that institutional (and financial) support from Big Law. Once Republicans control Congress in January, the party can pass legislation enabling lawyers to fight the injustices of the Great Awokening. If lawyers can make money, and help us fight today’s trendy