To #NeverTrump-sters, RINOs, Democrats, Leftists: Trump is PoTUS, and Here is Why
Facebook ^ | 01/13/2018 | walford
Posted on 1/13/2018, 8:10:57 PM by walford
I have been trying to find whom Reince Priebus was originally endorsing during the primaries, but, as noted earlier, theRepublican National Committee was bankrolling Jeb Bush — a guaranteed loser against Hillary. It was obvious that their plan and the plan of the #RINO leadership in Congress was to lose to Hillary and then cave to her as they were doing with Barack Obama.
The only choices in the 2016 Presidential election was Donald J. Trump or Hillary Clinton.
Casting a protest vote for a Third Party candidate was a vote for Hillary. The #NeverTrump-sters stuck to their fantasy of this perfect conservative candidate who had this guy’s body, another guy’s head, some other person’s limbs. That person doesn’t exist.
In the real world, you choose from what’s available.
Others were saying that Trump might be marginally more conservative than Hillary, but America would not suffer enough under Trump as they would with Hillary. That would, in turn rally the Republican base to nominate a ‘better’ candidate in 2020.
The problem with that idea would be that 4-8 more years of young people coming of age with a Democrat in the White House.#Obamanation was about getting the American people accustomed to being less self-sufficient and more dependent upon government.
We were being torn apart on class and ethnic levels. People were turning on the police and embracing criminals. America was being ground down on all levels under Obama and it would have continued under Hillary. The conservative movement did not rally under Obama; it has only divided upon itself further — hence, NeverTrump.
This momentum is still ongoing. The only thing that will slow it down is people enjoying the new well-paying jobs that are being created as taxes are lowered and regulations are reduced.
The NeverTrump-sters know America is better off under Trump and that infuriates them further. Like their ideological cousins, the #HardLeft, they don’t want this to be true, so they are still undermining the President’s legitimacy to govern, hoping that America will suffer for choosing a candidate rather than having the Establishment choose one for us.
Herman Cain said that if the GOP leadership ignored the clearly expressed will of their base and installed a #RINO like John Kasich as the nominee, that would have been the “end of the Republican Party.”
When they floated that trial balloon, the “threat” was that long-time Republican voters like myself would have stayed home, voted Third Party or spoiled our ballots with “None of the Above.”
The Republican Party is, ultimately a private organization and was free to select any candidate they wanted. And the voting base of that Party is not obligated to vote for that candidate if he/she does not suit their wishes or interests.
The most recent Presidential election was not a struggle between the two major Parties. It was a struggle between the elites of both Parties, the media, entertainment industry, academia — and the general population.
Fortunately for America, the elites lost and the people won.