An open letter to those who support Trump…And we all you know who you are. (Guest Post)

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Those of you who support Trump and still consider yourselves to be patriotic have a duty to carefully consider the evidence at hand on what is going on in the party.

First, of all, you need to carefully think about why up to 12 Million Democrats temporarily crossed over to support Trump during the primaries. And you have to consider why a hostile press supported Trump with free airtime during this time period.

Note that similar events took place in previous elections with disastrous results.

Second, you also have a duty to thoughtfully reflect on the fact that most polls and analysis shown Trump losing in an electoral bloodbath.

Again, in recent presidential elections the polls and analysis indicated a certain result and that was borne out in the election.

Third, There is also the very strange case of a presidential candidate taking action against his own interests, making unforced errors such as the attacks on the judge in the Trump U fraud case or espousing policy positions directly opposite to Conservative principles e.g. raising taxes and denigrating the 2nd amendment.

These events should be bothersome to all of those who support Trump and yet many do not care.
One can debate certain parts of these events, but it is reckless to dismiss them in their entirety.

These are very dangerous aspects that should serve as a big flashing WARNING sign to Trump supporters – if they were interested in winning. And yet some supporters dismiss these items without a second thought – Why?

Ask yourself these questions:

Why would the Democrats desperately want Trump to be the nominee?

Why are some Trump supporters not bothered the polling and analysis that shows him losing in an electoral disaster of epic proportions?

Why are some Trump supporters not alarmed by his actions that sabotage his own campaign?

The purpose of this open letter is to plead with those who support Trump to consider the evidence at hand and help avoid setting a temporary mistake in stone that very well could be the grave marker for the party.. and the nation as constituted.

This is specifically directed at those who in the past have championed the Conservative cause: Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham, Matt Drudge… Like many others, I had been a loyal fan and listener to your programs and books over the years. So you people above all others need to consider the evidence in front of you and make the right decision.

The evidence I have presented should be the impetus for you to reconsider your support for Trump.

To be blunt about it: There is no rational point to supporting a candidate who will lose and take down the rest of the party with him. As previously stated, there are some in the Trump movement who are immune to facts and reality. Thus, there is only one logical conclusion for their actions and that is to have him lose and help Comrade Clinton win.

But those of you who can process this evidence with a clear mind should be able to make this determination on your own.

Those of you in the formerly Conservative media can find redemption in what you do now. You along with every other true patriots in the Trump camp should be taking the following steps:

1. Seriously consider the evidence at hand and reconsider your support for Trump.

2. Be mindful of the distinct possibility of a down ballot apocalypse IF Trumps remains on the ticket.

[And no, it does not matter that this means we will lose – at least with Trump OFF the ticket we have a chance to win and a good chance to keep control of Congress]

4. Implore Trump to drop out of this farce and let someone qualified take over in his stead.

5. At a minimum you have to encourage and support those who want to #FreetheDelegates and #DumpTrump and let the people decide with the current facts as they stand.

Bottom line: You have to do everything in your power to reverse the horrendous circumstance of Trump nomination and lose in the general election.

I cannot make any guarantees as to how history will judge you, but I can assure that you will not be lauded if you stay on your current path.

You are at a crossroads, stay with Trump down the dark path and you will be marching off to oblivion. Turn against this destination of doom and help save the party and the country and you may be able to continue as you have in the past. Because if he is nominated your fate will be tied to his and those who cannot dwell in reality or worse yet, those who want a Trump disaster.

It is your choice.

It will not be easy, but doing the right thing never is.

109 Responses to “An open letter to those who support Trump…And we all you know who you are. (Guest Post)”

  1. 101

    Artfldgr

    @John: Nanny here is a partial list of the countries that ended slavery before us

    your pretty ignorant…

    Iceland 1200 – had a sovereign monarch till 1944
    France 1315 – had a sovereign monarch till 1848 and napoleon was what?
    Sweden 1395 – had a king till 1970s
    England 1706 – still has a queen, but sovereign monarchs stopped POST american revolution
    Russia 1723 – the romanov family, then state slavery under communism
    Mexico 1810 – was the year they revolted against their spanish viceroyalty
    Canada 1819 – under the french king
    China 1851 – Taiping Rebellion

    i dont have time for your whole list but its out of context..
    communism is state slavery and ownership of all the people..
    so china has slavery now..

    The 2007 Chinese slave scandal involved thousands of slaves, including, thousands of children, who had gone missing and were forced to work in brickyards. Slavery in China also includes domestic servitude and forced begging
    2007 Chinese slave scandal
    a series of forced labour cases in Shanxi, China. Thousands of Chinese people including many children had been forced to work as slaves in illegal brickyards, and were tortured by the owners of the brickyards. As of June 2007, approximately 550 people have been rescued from such situations.

    but dont fear communism… right john?

    and russia
    Despite the abolition of slavery in Russia in 1723, when Peter the Great converted household slaves to serfs, Russia remains the 6th largest holder of slaves, estimated at 516,000 in 2013

    only states that became free and capitalist has no slavery..
    and those that had no economic benefit had ended it (like norway)

    so you are completely ignorant, and wiki is not correct as its talking about writs and laws that may or may not apply anymore.
    and note, serfs are slaves… people under communism are all technically slaves..

    get a clue

  2. 102

    John

    Dodger should have included Indonesia he might have more experience there
    Look that figure of 516000 are not really slaves. They are migrant workers from other countries who can not get work permits and live in unsatifactory conditions. You know sort of like here but we don’t call them slaves dow we?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slavery_in_Russia
    Despite the abolition of slavery in Russia in 1723, when Peter the Great converted household slaves to serfs, Russia remains the 6th largest holder of slaves, estimated at 516,000 in 2013.[1]
    Above is based on a Global Slavery Index report that mentions unsatisfactory living conditions of migrant workers who for a number of reasons can not obtain work permits in Russia but continue to work in the country illegally and for minimum wage
    @Artfldgr:
    unsure of what a monarchy has to do with slavery England has a soverign monarch are you saying they are all slaves?

  3. 103

    John

    what I THOUGHT we were talking about here was what we had in the USA chattel slavery
    Where slaves were property that could be legally sold as property
    Not serfs or wage slaves or bonded laborers
    Chattel slavery
    Not modern day sex slaves not moms who are slaves to their children
    or migrant workers like in russia that don’t have work permits or domestic slavery
    Chattel slavery like we had here that were slaves as defined by the law of the land
    not by circumstances

  4. 105

    retire05

    @mike191:

    Coming from you, who evades the reality of demography, is Austin and/or El Paso not citadels of the Democratic Party, I will wear you’re deflection as a badge of honor.

    Where did I ever claim that the major urban areas of Texas are not blue (except for Tarrant County where Romney kicked Obama’s rear end by a large margin, which I did not mention to begin with or in Harris County where Obama defeated Romney by less that 1/10th of 1 percent)? Oh, wait, I didn’t.

    I was responding to this idiot claim of yours that “From Johnson to Perry ,yes Texas is a Red State.”

    You need to trade that badge of honor in for a dunce hat.

  5. 106

    mike191

    @retire05: Do you mean the history of Texas were JFK was killed.Which led to Texan Johnson to become President that begot the War On Poverty. Which is the taproot of the Dem Party today. Was this the crucible you’re Conservative ideals and thoughts were forged in and made you a foot soldier for 40 years as you claim? Therefore, when you had a Blue President and Texas can turn to Perry as a possible president that is a change from blue to red.You can read into that statement as inane or foolish. At this juncture I will state to you that all that work you did as a political foot soldier will be moot even in Texas if Mrs. Clinton continues on the path of open borders.

  6. 107

    retire05

    @mike191:

    Do you mean the history of Texas were JFK was killed.Which led to Texan Johnson to become President that begot the War On Poverty. Which is the taproot of the Dem Party today. Was this the crucible you’re Conservative ideals and thoughts were forged in and made you a foot soldier for 40 years as you claim?

    I’m not a mathematical genius, but seems to me that the Johnson Presidency was 52 years ago, not 40. Forty years ago would have been 1976, the first time Reagan ran for President. But then, math does not seem to be your forte, either. Or maybe you just have a problem being able to clearly express what you are trying to say.

    Historically, Texas has only been red for 20 years, and not since Johnson. And the Johnson presidency did not lead Texas to being a red state. It was the voters of Texas who elected a Republican majority in the Texas Congress in 1996.

    You can read into that statement as inane or foolish.

    I read it for what it was; stupid.

    At this juncture I will state to you that all that work you did as a political foot soldier will be moot even in Texas if Mrs. Clinton continues on the path of open borders.

    Texas has been suffering under the plague that is open borders for far longer than the rest of the nation, and we still survive, and still continue to get redder. And stronger. The rest of the nation could learn from us and people like you could learn from those of us who have been in the trenches for 40 years.

    But alas, it seems that the arrogance of Trumpsters doesn’t allow for that.

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