First, I would like to say a YUUUUGE “thank you” to Judge Jeannine Pirro for saying what many of us Americans were thinking, but simply do not have the platform to say. Thank you Judge Jeannine for truly speaking for the American people. We love you and are very grateful.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Judge Jeannine absolutely lit not only Mitt Romney’s ass on fire, but also the leaders and elite of the Republican party. As a Trump supporting American, I am fully and firmly fed up with all of the above!
Judge Jeannine began by saying:
Tonight there’s an insurrection coming. Mitt Romney just confirmed it. We watched Governors, The National Review, Conservative leaders, establishment and party operatives trash Donald Trump.
But Mitt Romney will always be remembered as the one who put us over the edge and awoke a sleeping giant, The Silent Majority, the American people.
Fact : the establishment is panicked. Mitt essentially called for a brokered convention where the Republican nominee will be selected by party activists and delegates irrespective of their stage choice. The call to vote for whomever has the best chance of beating Donald Trump.
You want a brokered convention? A primer Mitt, whenever we have one we lose. Dewey and Ford emerged from a brokered convention to lose the general election. So why? Because the party elites and elders want to protect us and stop us from falling into the abyss? Mitt, I am sure you and your cronies don’t feel this, but most of us working 2 and 3 jobs think we are already in the abyss. The Obama abyss. Most of us feel scared about our safety and security.
Here is the full video of Judge Jeannine’s speech:
I find it so interesting that the establishment and party elite do not understand what they are doing and the effect that they have on not only the American people, but the rise of Donald Trump.
It figures that no one could explain it any better than David Horowitz, (founder of The David Horowitz Freedom Center) than he did in a piece that he wrote recently called Gang Rape. In this article Mr. Horowitz explains :
The Republican primary has come to look more like a gang rape than a political debate. This week the assault began with an orchestrated attack on Donald Trump by Mitt Romney, who recently lost an election to a failed president. His defeat led directly to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Syrians, and a refugee problem in the millions that has become a threat to Europe and – if there is another Republican loss in November – possibly to the United States. Four years ago, as he ran for the presidency, Romney praised Trump as a business genius with a masterful grasp of the economy, and accepted Trump’s financial support for his campaign. Yesterday, the same Mitt Romney denounced Trump as a “phony” and a “fraud” who would wreck the economy and who must be stopped by any means necessary. This assault, which occupied the news cycle for the entire day, was followed by an anti-Trump ambush conducted by Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz at the evening Fox debate. The two rival candidates accused Trump of being a phony and a fraud. Their attack was supported by Fox “moderators” Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace who came armed with videos designed to discredit Trump (and only Trump) as – what else? – a phony and a fraud.
The anti-Trump crowd seems to have missed the irony of this primary season. From the outset, instead of destroying Trump such bare knuckle assaults have increased Trump’s support while inflicting notable damage on the reputations of his attackers. Like many, I regarded Romney as probably the most decent man to run for the presidency in recent times. Even though I wasn’t a fan of his politically I held this view until his attack on Trump, which simultaneously exposed Romney as a hypocrite, a liar, and a treacherous fair weather friend.
Thank you Mr Horowitz for such an accurate description of what Mitt Romney has done to himself. But Mr Horowitz does not stop there. He continues to explain what has happened to Marco Rubio:
Marco Rubio is another victim of his anti-Trump attacks which mark his transformation from the passionate conservative who had inspired many (including myself) to think of him as probably the best face for Republicans in the coming election, into a political hatchet-man.
Mr Horowitz is a lot kinder to Ted Cruz than I (As a Christian, I disavow Ted Cruz and Glenn Beck) would have been because I do not abide by Ted’s Alinsky type tactics that he uses in his attacks on Donald Trump, but Mr Horowitz does do a fine job of explaining a small portion of why Ted Cruz has lost a lot of previously held respect from Trump supporters:
Ted Cruz has also diminished himself through his immoderate attacks on Trump. Cruz has won the admiration of conservatives, myself included, by showing the kind of political courage that has been so missing in congressional ranks, and Trump it should be said is wrong to have dismissed his lonely stands as accomplishing nothing. Ted Cruz is also very smart – smart enough to know that when businessman Trump contributes to powerful Democrats he is buying influence and not “funding the architects of Obamacare,” as the senator claims. Cruz is smart enough to know that since Trump was not a politician or political activist until this year he was not “flip-flopping” as a politician who supported both sides would be. But this knowledge hasn’t prevented Cruz from attacking Trump over and over for that very sin.
I will preface this next portion of Mr Horowitz’s commentary by stating that I do not agree with what he says here about Donald Trump actually losing the debate and looking like the underdog. Actually, what I saw was quite different. I saw someone relentless and resilient in the face of unrelenting and false attacks. I saw someone with staying power against the odds. I saw someone who had their face forward and their chin up with the attitude of a prize fighter, but definitely not an underdog. But here is what Mr Horowitz goes on to say:
Voters are not stupid, and they can recognize a gang rape when they see one. If you watched the debate, it was evident that Trump did not win it. He was beaten up, testy, and didn’t defend himself as effectively as he normally does. On the other hand, Trump prevailed in the Drudge poll asking who won the debate according to more than 50% of those responding. Cruz came second with 26% and Rubio came in last with 5%. How could this be so? The answer is that voters saw the pile on and didn’t like it. His attackers have turned Donald Trump the bully into the victim. In the fight to stop Trump, Trump is seen as the underdog, and voters are rallying around the underdog as they normally do.
I will also continue by saying that I was one of those who voted in that drudge poll for the reasons that I stated above the quote.
Further down Mr Horowitz’s commentary he brings up a point that I believe has escaped many of those people relentlessly attacking Donald Trump. America has spent the last, at least 30 years, vetting Donald Trump. Donald Trump has been a very public player in America for a very long time. His brilliance, fortitude, character and ethics have been on display in this country since I was personally a teenager.
There is another reason the personal attacks on Trump seem to bounce off him with such alacrity. Trump is a celebrity outside the political arena. He has been a familiar personality to Americans and has been for decades. So how can you hope to destroy him by misrepresenting that personality as though he were someone the public was just beginning to know? Republicans have seized on Trump’s delay (or alleged delay depending on who you listen to) in disassociating himself from David Duke. On the basis of that gotcha moment they have insinuated that Trump is a racist. This only makes them look as though they are trying to impersonate Democrats who make this accusation against all Republicans all the time. Americans know and generally like Donald Trump, and they know that he is obviously not a racist. So once again the insinuations reflect badly on those who make them.
At this point, I would like to point out the sheer stupidity and depths of dishonesty with which the media and the Republican party elite have behaved. I would like to remind people that the entire David Duke story was completely fabricated by the media. David Duke never even endorsed Donald Trump and has come out and said so himself. The video proof of Dukes statement may be viewed here.
Donald Trump’s intellect has been on display in this country for decades. He is a brilliant man and his success is a witness to that. For those of you who have no understanding of Donald Trump’s knowledge base and who are of the crowd saying that he doesn’t put forth his ideas, let me share with you a video from 1991 where the The House Task Force on Urgent Fiscal Issues requested Donald Trump’s assistance on economic recovery:
Mr Horowitz continues to explain why Trump supporters are very grateful to Donald Trump for bringing the issues that the elite from both parties have been trying to “hush”. But I must admit that in this I also, but only slightly, disagree with Mr Horowitz next statement:
Trump’s supporters are grateful to him for warning about threats to our nation in a way no other Republican has. Specifically he has sounded the alarm over the influx of millions of un-vetted and undocumented aliens, and prospect of mass immigration from terrorist regions, which Democrats want to encourage. Has Trump framed these confrontations in ways that open him to attack and that he should correct? Yes he has. And yes either he or someone else should correct them. But what voters also see is that the Republican attacks on Trump are equally reckless and extreme.
As I stated above, I do, slightly disagree with Mr Horowitz’s statement because I believe if Donald Trump had not addressed the issue in a way that did open him up for criticism, that the issue of immigration and border security would have been “hushed”, swept under the rug, unreported, etc… It was Donald Trump’s willingness to be bold, brash, controversial, and yes, maybe a little crass that kept the subject at the forefront of the conversation. Personally, I believe that Donald Trump has controlled and driven the dialogue the entire time knowing what it would take to drive the narrative.
Mr Horowitz continues by agreeing that the subject of immigration is tenuous at best and will take down this country if not addressed :
Are criminals coming across our open border from Mexico? In fact there are an estimated 400,000 convicted criminals in this country illegally, and only half of them are in prison (and that at our expense). Even if Trump erred in posing this issue, he is right, and the other Republican candidates should have supported his concern instead of joining Democrats in their attacks. Calling Trump racist for exposing the problem just reinforces the political correctness that is designed to bury it, and thus prevent Americans from knowing that there are hundreds of thousands of Mexican criminals in their country illegally.
As Mr Horowitz stated in the quote above, calling Donald Trump a racist does nothing but reinforce the political correctness that is killing this country. Most Americans, especially the older ones like myself, have experienced an America without political correctness see the path of destruction that it leaves in its wake.
Mr. Horowitz’s concluding paragraph I think is very important and also alludes to the largest reason that I am a Trump supporter :
Conservatives are upset at the fact that Trump’s speeches aren’t full of words and phrases like “constitutionalism” and “constitutional principles.” But the average voter is not going to understand how “constitutional principles” are going to stop the invasion of illegals. What they will understand is, “I’m going to build a wall and Mexico is going to pay for it.” Republicans finally have a candidate who is both a fighter and a salesman – fact that has already dramatically expanded the Republican ranks. Yet a formidable coalition of Republicans is determined to destroy him in a way that will take down their party if it continues, and possibly the country as well. There is a right way for the other Republican candidates to beat Trump, if that is your agenda – one that will prevent the loss of another election that Republicans have a chance to win. That way is to show that you can fight the Democrats better than he can, and win Republican primaries in the process.
And the bolded statement in the above quote is why I support Donald Trump. Not only do I believe that he is the only one who can fight the Democrats and win, but I believe he is the only one that truly wants to. I believe that the other candidates have the same agenda as the Democrats and have not even a desire to beat them because they are on the same team.