That’s not entirely true.
There will be some think tanks funded by the Chamber of Commerce (until it’s abolished and all the capitalists are gulaged) and a few irrelevant libertarian projects, but the conservative movement as a popular project will be dead.
Right now the biggest threat to the conservative movement, as I’ve been emphasizing these past few years, is the ‘wokening’ of corporate America.
1. Dot com monopolies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon censoring conservatives and denying them a platform.
2. Financial, payment companies, like Visa/Mastercard cutting off conservative organizations
3. Companies firing people for their political views. As we’ve seen in the past few weeks, that covers everyone from CEOs to random employees.
This is an area that conservatives have been slow to wake up to. Many still insist that companies have the right to do what they want. And you can make that argument. But the simple reality is that if political diversity isn’t protected the way that racial diversity is, there will be no conservative movement. Just some retirees and people anonymously grousing online.