The media is on full out assault, almost to the point of being abusive, Donald Trump might just start getting sympathy support. He’s made no secret the people were pissed and fed up with the criminals in Washington.
The GOP neocons have conspired with the Democrats to ensure the greatest harm to the Donald Trump campaign team, and at a time when — surprise, surprise — information has been released that might hurt the Hillary Clinton campaign. Once again, it’s time for a distraction.
No Republican candidate or incumbent who isn’t actively supporting the Republican choice for president is getting my vote in November or at any time in the future. If you think that Hillary would be a better choice for president, then I know that you’re not the best choice for whatever you’re running for.
The GOP is now redirecting funds from Trump’s presidential campaign to others leaving him out in the cold. Romney had his binder of women and was a moderate Republican and the GOP supported him but Donald Trump, they run from.
From Wall Street Journal:
A divided Republican Party descended into turmoil, as a startling chorus of GOP candidates and officials repudiated their own presidential candidate and scrambled to find personal paths to political survival just a month before Election Day.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Saturday told party officials to redirect funds away from nominee Donald Trump to down-ballot candidates, according to an official informed of the decision. In practical terms, the party will be working to mobilize voters who support GOP House and Senate candidates regardless of their position on the presidential race.
That means the RNC will push Floridians who support both Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Sen. Marco Rubio to vote. Before today, the RNC wouldn’t have sought to turn out Clinton voters, leaving split-ticket voters for Senate campaigns to target.
The release on Friday of a 2005 video of Mr. Trump making lewd and degrading comments about women has led to recriminations from all corners of the GOP. Mr. Trump’s comments were denounced by the party chairman, the speaker of the House, a squadron of former GOP presidential candidates and a flood of members of Congress.
For almost eight years now, a Republican Congress has given Obama nearly everything he has asked for and allowed him to take whatever you didn’t give him outright. We need a Republican president. We don’t need a Republican Congress.
We aren’t electing a priest or a pastor. We are electing a leader who may have to get rough with people who hate our guts. I’d sure rather America loving Trump was doing it than Alinsky loving America hating Clinton was acting against us.
That’s ok, the people will pick up the slack and donate to Donald Trump even more.
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