During Donald Trump’s press conference at Mar-a-Lago last night as the Super Tuesday results were still coming in, the media asked the candidate twice about whether he had disavowed David Duke’s ‘endorsement’ strongly enough.
After initially brushing aside yet another inquiry and understandably exasperated by the needless attention to a non-issue, the second reporter succeeded in getting a response from Trump by taking a slightly different approach. A Sirius radio reporter asked about comments made by House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and how will a President Trump unify the Republican party?
Trump’s answer exemplifies the dynamic between the GOP establishment and the new paradigm under the Make America Great Again movement:
“I’m going to get along great with Congress. Paul Ryan, I don’t know him well, but I’m sure I’m going to get along great with him. And if I don’t, he’s going to have to pay a big price. OK?”
Politicians like Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and party leader Reince Priebus created the monster that Donald Trump has become through their own arrogance. Mitt Romney’s pitiful loss to Barack Obama in 2012 stoked the simmering disappointment before the impotent Republican majority elected in the 2014 midterms proved to be the LAST straw. They never thought that the back room deals and maneuvering would be exposed with the sunlight that candidate Trump has directed squarely at the darkened recesses. The establishment that has been running this country for at least the past three decades were caught off guard when he entered the Presidential race and captured the imagination and patriotism that this country has been starving for in a strong, nationalist leader.
The hubris of the Republican National Committee is evident considering the back room meetings they held in 2013 and 2014 to create a Road Map to nominate pre-selected candidate Jeb Bush. As Mike Huckabee said today, if the RNC wanted a selection instead of an election, then they should have held a coronation because they have wasted everybody’s time and millions of dollars in the process.
Yet, the Tom Donohoe Chamber of Commerce and Wall Street interests continue to push their agenda despite the fact that many in the Republican party have read the public’s response correctly and are jumping on board by endorsing Donald Trump.
Mitt Romney is scheduled to stage a press conference tomorrow, before the Republican Presidential debate in Detroit, Michigan. ‘Stage’ is the key word. He will be issuing a warning to any and all members of the Republican party who have or are planning to endorse Donald Trump. The arrogance and unMITTigated gall of the Establishment to continue their plan to steal the nomination from the overwhelming choice of the majority of not just Republican voters, but millions of cross overs from Independents and former Democrats is an example of the panic that the globalist cabal is now experiencing.
An article at Bloomberg today reveals the desperation on the part of the GOPe, who are now using Mitt Romney as their spokesman. Notice that the article’s source emphasizes that Romney is not going to endorse any candidate (Roger Stone has breaking news about that here):
‘The rapidly intensifying effort by the Republican establishment to dislodge Donald Trump from the top of the party’s presidential nominating race will star 2012 nominee Mitt Romney, who is preparing a speech for Thursday when he’ll lay out his case against the front-runner.
With Trump’s convincing victories on Tuesday, the single biggest day of voting in the Republican race, Romney was motivated to make a more formal case against him in hopes of keeping him from coalescing more support, according to a Republican source familiar with Romney’s plans. Romney has voiced criticism for Trump in recent months, including his attack last week on the New York businessman’s refusal to release his tax returns.
“Mitt doesn’t believe Donald Trump is the right person to lead the party,” the Republican said. “There are a number of mainstream Republicans falling in line with Trump, and he wants to speak up before more people go that route.”
While making the case against Trump, Romney is unlikely to endorse one of his opponents, the source said.’
There are two conservative groups who are spending millions on blistering ads against Trump, targeting Michigan and their primary on March 8. They are also pouring money in to and focusing on Florida and Illinois – which have huge delegate counts in the race – and the winner take all contests on March 15. The war against Donald Trump by Wall Street/Chamber of Commerce/GOPe forces is no holds barred and take no prisoners LAYING DOWN HATE to keep him from getting anywhere near the White House.
Remember, Donald Trump is self funding his campaign. This has never been done before. Mitt Romney said himself during a Las Vegas press conference for his failed Presidential run in 2012 that Trump has been “much more successful than I have” and highlighted many of the current issues that Romney credits Donald Trump with back in the 2012 presser.
If you feel any that there may be a time when you would consider stepping up and taking action to support a nationalist movement, to take part in saving our country from the New World Order globalists that have plagued this nation for thirty years, if you like the idea that one man has pledged to use his own hard earned money to try to make America great again, build a wall on our southern border, deport illegal immigrants, re-negotiate trade deals that have stolen tens of thousands of our factories and millions upon millions of good paying jobs, rebuild our military so that nobody, NOBODY messes with us ever again, please contact your local headquarters listed at DonaldJTrump.com and find out how to help. Whether it’s speaking out on Facebook and Twitter, putting up a lawn sign or a bumper sticker on your car, or better yet sending a post card to Mr. Trump to let him know that you are on board to stop the stealing of our nation and make this country bigger and better than ever before.