The conservative organization Citizens United, will present its program on Feb. 25 defending the “successful America first policies” of the former President Donald Trump, and “counterattack” the leftist agenda imposed by President Joe Biden. 

“Joe Biden did not receive a mandate from the American people to impose his radical agenda on America,” the nonprofit contends on its website on Feb. 25. 

Also, referring to the many productive initiatives created by Trump and destroyed by Biden, Citizens United President David Bossie said of Biden, “We won’t let him undo Donald Trump’s successful America first policies without a fight,” according to Fox News. 

Citizens United will announce its project at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida. Its website already features petitions that supporters can join.

Among them is one to “restore confidence in our elections,” one to “fight Biden’s amnesty” and one to “appoint a special counsel” to handle the federal investigation into Hunter Biden’s tax affairs. 

Citizens United believes it is necessary to keep Americans informed of news that directly affects them, given the cover-up often perpetrated by progressive media, called “fake news.” 

“Since the ‘Never-Trump’ resistance warriors and the liberal fake news media refuse to cover how the Biden administration’s radical, liberal agenda will impact the lives of everyday Americans, we decided to launch this project to educate the American people,” Bossie added. 

They also plan to broadcast their messages on television and radio, “This project is part of our overall effort to defeat the Biden agenda and will include television and radio advertising campaigns as warranted,” Bossie explained. 

This movement has the strong support of many of the Republican congressmen and former Trump administration officials. 

Some of them will be speaking at the Orlando conference, including Sens. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.). Donald Trump Jr. will address the audience on Friday.

Former President Trump will be the keynote speaker on Sunday, when the large gathering concludes. 

Also, on hand will be former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem.

Trump continues to have the support of the vast majority of Republican voters and the former president’s leadership has strengthened, as Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-s.C.) acknowledged.

“I think we’re going to see in the next couple of months Donald Trump lead the Republican Party on policy and give us the energy we need to take back the House and the Senate,” Graham said on Sean Hannity’s show.

He added, “If we are able to get behind President Trump and follow his lead, we will win in 2022. If we argue with ourselves, we’re going to—we’re going to lose. And there’s no reason to lose.”