Staying the course for Donald Trump
As the election gets closer we’re inundated with #Never Trump and other anti-America “pundits” claiming the ‘high-road’ of principles and values of which they in reality have none. The decline of the United States has been overwhelmingly evident especially for the last eight years, and yet the afore mentioned phonies are more than willing to facilitate said decline. As one author over at American Thinker put it …
Members of the GOP elite who’ve come out against Donald Trump see themselves as above the fray. Men of honor and dignity. Statesmen who are better than the likes of a Donald Trump. But their actions and inactions as political (non)leaders have failed the American people so profoundly, they’ve lost all claim to whatever notions they have of themselves as honorable men.
Is it honorable to lie to the American public (and do so over and over again)? Is it honorable to align with the opponent on matters of grave import? Is it honorable to dish out a steady stream of pathetic excuses as to why they haven’t accomplished anything they promised as if we’re a bunch of idiots just waiting to eat up whatever stupidity is thrown our way?
Is it honorable to put our lives at increased risk? Is it honorable to behave as if the left does not mean to destroy this nation?
Is it honorable to contribute to the decline of America?
No it is not. It is dishonorable. And no amount of polite, gracious, sophisticated words that flow out of the mouths of GOP elites can change that. As Trump said about Hillary in the last debate: “It’s just words, folks. It’s just words.”
A war is going on and it’s not just Islam vs the West (which is bad enough). There’s a war for the heart and soul of America. Name me even one anti-Trump elite who genuinely grasps that terrifying fact and who has an appropriate sense of urgency?
I can’t think of one.
And folks, I can’t either. We’ve got Erick Erickson who said he will vote for Evan McMullin, who just happens to be all in for the importation of Muslims from hostile Islamic nations. We’ve got the low-life Bush family who is about as anti-Trump as one can get … think Billy Bush and the recently leaked “lewd” Trump tape. Paul Ryan (think leaked lewd tape) and other establishment Republicans who are so “honorable” and genteel they refuse to support the Republican nominee for president. I’ll give the Democrats credit. They support their man/woman no matter how vile they might be, they stick together. Whether that’s good, bad, moral or immoral means nothing. They are united and that folks, is why they win elections. That is why Trump is struggling. He’s fighting the Democrat machine, the media on all fronts, left and right. And, he’s fighting the Republican elite, not to mention Christians who suddenly had a spiritual awakening that they could be violating their Christian faith by voting for such a dastardly human being embodied in Donald Trump. Yet allowing Hillary to squat in the White House whose view on abortion is that it’s cool, right up until a child is making it’s way down the birth canal. They are willing to let Hillary appoint Supreme Court justices who will no doubt be hostile to the Christian faith, possibly ruling that practicing Christianity is hate-speech. They will allow Hillary to import millions of Muslims from hostile Islamic nations … relocating them to our neighborhoods, and then cry when their children get raped. All that is cool with them … just don’t let Donald Trump become president. “He’s not a real Christian, like me!”
And here’s another little tid-bit about some of the Republicans who oppose Trump and where they stand on immigration …
As Republican elites continue to defy Republican voters on the crucial issue of immigration, it’s not surprising that the Senate’s open-borders crowd is refusing to back the man who—largely because of his hawkish immigration position — was chosen by Republican voters to be their party’s nominee. While only 30 percent of Senate Republicans voted for the open-borders “Gang of Eight” legislation (30 percent too many), the percentage was far higher among Trump defectors. Among senators who were in office in 2013, 55 percent (6 of 11) of those who now say that they cannot support Trump voted to support the “Gang of Eight” legislation.
Kelly Ayotte (R., N.H.) says she “cannot support” and “will not vote for” Trump. Susan Collins (R., Maine) says she “could not support” Trump. Jeff Flake (R., Ariz.) says Trump “needs to withdraw from the race.” Mark Kirk (R., Ill.) says Trump “should drop out.” John McCain (R., Ariz.) says he “will not vote for” Trump (but will instead “write in the name of some good” Republican, who in McCain’s imagination is running for president). And Lisa Murkowski (R., Alaska) says she “cannot and will not support” Trump, who has “has forfeited the right to be our party’s nominee.” All six voted for the Gang of Eight bill.
Over in the House, Speaker Paul Ryan has largely withdrawn his support from Trump, saying he’ll no longer campaign for him and will not defend him (although he still endorses him). Now that Marco Rubio has been (partially) chastened, Ryan is perhaps the most prominent and forceful Republican backer of open-borders immigration law.
There are about 14 million reasons to not support the above Republicans when their turn for re-election comes up. Those are the 14 million Americans who voted for Trump to secure the nomination yet those RINOs refuse to listen to the voters and will gladly hand the White House over to Hillary.