Republicans Just Revealed Something About Trump That Will Shake the Establishment to Its Core

By Jack Davis. Republican voters have put the party’s elite establishment on notice that any attempt to tamper with the will of the people will face a buzzsaw of anger.

Across the ever-expanding band of America the New York Times labeled “Trump Country” and beyond, voters reacted with anger to 2012 GOP candidate Mitt Romney’s Thursday speech to derail Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s candidacy. Romney spoke amid multiple reports of behind-the-scenes maneuvers to deny Trump the nomination at this summer’s Republican National Convention.

“I personally am disgusted by it — I think it’s disgraceful,” said Lola Butler, 71, of Mandeville, La., who voted for Romney in 2012. “You’re telling me who to vote for and who not to vote for? Please.”

Butler made it crystal clear how she felt.

“There’s nothing short of Trump shooting my daughter in the street and my grandchildren — there is nothing and nobody that’s going to dissuade me from voting for Trump,” she said . . .

“The furious campaign now underway to stop Mr. Trump and the equally forceful rebellion against it captured the essence of the party’s breakdown over the past several weeks: Its most prominent guardians, misunderstanding their own voters, antagonize them as they try to reason with them, driving them even more energetically to Mr. Trump’s side,” reads the Times article published Saturday and written by Michael Barbaro, Ashley Parker and Jonathan Marton. (Read more from “Republicans Just Revealed Something About Trump That Will Shake the Establishment to Its Core” HERE)


Mitt Romney Would Vote for Write-In Candidate Over Donald Trump

By Jordan Fraiser. Former Gov. and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Donald Trump is “anything but presidential” and pledged to cast a write-in vote rather than support the Republican front-runner if he were to become this year’s GOP nominee.

During an interview on “Meet the Press”, Romney said. “I’m going to be voting, but I’ll vote for someone on the ballot that I think is a real conservative and who will make us proud and I may write in a name if I can’t find such a person.”

Romney stopped short of saying he regrets receiving Trump’s endorsement four years ago, but continued to condemn the Republican front-runner’s bombast and vulgarity. (Read more from “Mitt Romney Would Vote for Write-In Candidate Over Donald Trump” HERE)

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  • Kent2012

    At one time I liked Mitt and voted for him…now instead of helping the GOP forge a solid campaign front to counter the commies and hos he is saying things that you would expect to hear from parasites and coffee shop socialists that hate America…

  • wandamurline

    I read an interesting article the other day about Trump…it stated that Trump is not a Liberal or Conservative…that he is a Pragmatist….he doesn’t see the problem as liberal or conservative, he sees it only as a problem and that it must be fixed. That is a quality that should be admired and applauded, not condemned. Viewing problems from a Liberal perspective has resulted in the creation of more problems, more entitlement programs, more victims, more government, more political correctness and more attacks on the working class in all economic strata. Viewing things according to the so-called Republican conservative perspective has brought continued spending, globalism to the detriment of American interests and well being, denial of what the real problems are, weak, ineffective , milquetoast, leadership that amounts to Barney Fife Deputy Sheriff-appeasement oriented and afraid of its own shadow. In brief, it has brought liberal ideology with a pachyderm as a mascot juxtaposed to the ass of the Democrat Party. Immigration is not a Republican or Liberal problem…it is a problem that threatens the very fabric and infrastructure of America. It demands a pragmatic approach not an approach that is intended to appease one group or another. The impending collapse of the economy is not a liberal or conservative problem, it is an American problem. It demands a common sense approach to resolution that will never be fixed by either party. Trump understands China’s manipulation of currency…a problem that threatens our financial stability and he understands the proper balance needed to fix it….he knows how a business works unlike either side of the political aisle…as they continue the same old thing time and time again hoping for at some point it will work….it won’t. Listening to Clinton and Sanders talk about fixing America is like listening to two lunatics trying to “out crazy” one another. Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are owned lock, stock and barrel by the bankers and big corporations. I believe that a pragmatist might be just what America needs right now…as they see a problem and understand that the solution to fix same is not about a party, but a willingness and boldness to get it done.

    • ArmyCombatVet

      I never thought of Trump in the way you’ve described him as a pragmatist. To my way of thinking that’s way better than a Republican or democrat. Both parties have failed Americans and have been nothing but criminal self-dealers. In my mind their all felons and are killing America at every turn while fattening their bank accounts. We’ve been sold out and that is why the attacks on Trump are so vicious! Rubio is a total zero, a lazy do nothing pro-LGBT moron and an anchor baby, not eligible. Cruz as well, not eligible our founders were clear in their respect for and adherence to Vattel’s Law of Nations when forming our Constitutional Republic. Both parents must be citizens of the soil of the nation for the offspring to be eligible for the White House. HIs father was never a citizen of either Canada or America when he was born in Canada but both his mother and father were on the voter roles in Canada. No real natural born citizen maintains a birth certificate from another country for 44 years and then when convenient, renounces it to run for the top spot in the nation he wasn’t born in! He is a charlatan whose is up to his neck in illegal immigration, like Rubio but with a different twist.

      No more criminal self-dealing politicians. America can survive much but it can’t survive it’s fools! One other thing, the constant barrage of emails begging for money from Cruz is totally classless and desperate as is the frustration in trying to unsubscribe!

      • Joey Smith

        What will you do in a Hillary vs. Cruz scenario then?

        • Russ

          Not to worry Joey, that ain’t gonna happen! Trump 2016

  • usncb

    Mitt is a 2x loser, sure lets vote for him again and split the vote so the demons can win and usher in the NWO. Great idea for those who want to continue the demise the USA. Are you all so blind,,,,,,,,,,? DUMP-TRUMP . We should strive to rebuild our REPUBLIC .

  • Jesse A Wagner

    I for one am sick of the GOP Rino’s. They can all go to hell. They had there chance to do something in our country. Instead they Kowtow to the international bankers and George Soros, Oblama and the rest of the communists who are taking over our country. I hope that whoever gets in power sends in military personal and arrest all these communist traitors. And hunts down the rest of the traitors to our country. That includes the IMF and the Federal Reserve too. They are in my opinion why this country is in the mess it’s in. So, whether it’s Trump or Cruz I hope they have this in mind. Time to clean house of these traitors.

  • Jesse A Wagner

    I agree with you (wandamurline).
    But I am getting more and more convinced that our problem lie with the money. The people who really are in power are the Federal Reserve and the IMF. They have printed and printed illegal money’s and thrown it into our economy to undermine the very fabric and to steal from us Americans. You look across this land there is not a town or municipalities that has not been affected by our inflated money system. People cannot make ends meet. Used to be one person working could do well. Now it takes two people and still not make it without extra side jobs. Iceland did it. They went after these bankers and now things are getting better for them. It’s our time now to do the same. Establish a new money system and throw these den of thieves into prison where they belong. Bring back the wealth they stole and liquidate everything.

  • What most of the voters seem to enjoy about Donald Trump is his independence from influence, that is unique amongst all the inside belt candidates!

    What captured my attention as a Libertarian is that Trump can and has threatened to run as an Independent Candidate!

    Donald is a bit brazen, and, having never been in the military, nor briefed on the secret affairs of a President into our CIA matters, shouldn’t know what the TRIAD is.

    In 2007, Obama didn’t, and probably still doesn’t! Black Un-employment is in reality above 50%. Welfare doesn’t work, and
    the Clinton Laws / rules take the father/husband out of the family for all in HUD homes, or on any Child Support, or welfare!

    The Republican standard is to promote businesses, import cheap labor. All of which wins them the huge campaign funds.

    The Democrat way is to “purchase” the votes of all who need
    government aid and assistance, but, to promote also, the massive reduction of our black population, from the 18% of the 1960’s to the current 13%. 40+ million abortions by Planned Parenthood, in those 50+ years is an adjunct to the Ku Klux Klan plan of the Democrats.

    Libertarians, and Oath Keepers, despise all of those elements of both Party’s agendas.

    This time, we are demonstrating our way, which is to put “The Donald” into the WH. Cruz would make a good VP, though he is also
    a mixed bag of problems, being an insider…

    From the Obama and previous experiments of elected presidents, we KNOW that the President goes into office a neophyte, and gets some lessons and education, as he goes on.

  • Paul

    Mitt is a loser and an idiot. He is betraying the voice & will of the people. It is not about Mitt or the establishment, it is about what we the people want and we don’t want any more politicians in office! Trump is neither a conservative or liberal; he is an AMERICAN! That is the best way to describe him. Screw both parties since they’ve failed ALL of us. Time to clean house. GO TRUMP!

    • Junius Graham

      Mitt Romney, should save his money for something useful and
      less embarrassing! I won’t vote for him.

  • Kevin Miller

    I used to be fan of Trump.Never one of Romney or even McCain,for that matter.But I’m no longer a Trump fan,either. Politician or business man,he’s got Victory for the DEMONcrats,especially HITLERy written all over him…just like the other 2 Republicans I just mentioned.We DO need a Conservative President! whom is a Problem Solver and GOD Loving Constitutionalist who is NOT a distraction for the Other Team(Democrats)to win another Presidential(or in oBUMa’s case,PRETENDsidential Victory which would likely finish us off! For one thing,he’s planning on KEEPING Eminent Domain(Kicking Americans out of their homes).He’s also pro-LGBT.We’ve had ENOUGH Chief Executives,both Legal and ILLEGAL whom are Pro Homo “Marriage”,Pro Transgender and Pro Persecution of Christians whom don’t support same! We dn’t another such as that! Trump is NOT the Best Candidate for the job! We need another Reagan,NOT another FDR!

  • bobgreen2009

    Water sure is getting muddy.

  • MikefromNC

    There were 3 overall policies that led to the conservative uprising known as the TEA party;

    1- The stimulus

    2- The auto bailouts

    3- The bank bailouts

    Barack Obama supported all three. So did Donald Trump.

    Trump has also supported; tax increases (particularly on the wealthy), tariffs used to determine which companies succeed and which ones fail, single payer government run healthcare, eminent domain for private use (not public good), Planned Parenthood and partial birth abortion, racial quotas, hate crime legislation, and the assault weapons ban. Conservative?

    Trump has said he believes his own sister, a federal judge in NJ, would be an excellent choice for the Supreme Court. His sister helped strike New Jersey’s ban on partial birth abortions. Conservative?

    Trump has donated money to Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, John Kerry, Chuck Schumer, Charlie Rangel, Anthony Weiner, Rahm Emmanuel and Al Sharpton. He supported spineless Mitch McConnell over conservative Matt Bevin for the KY Senate seat. Conservative?

    Donald Trump has shown that he knows very little about the Constitution, history, the Law, political philosophies, nuclear strategy, diplomacy, defense, and economics (other than real estate).

    Liberal conventional wisdom continuously paints conservatives as stereotypically selfish, greedy, materialistic, bullying, misogynistic, angry and intolerant folks who are privileged and pampered elitists with only contempt for those less fortunate and less powerful. Beside that definition you will see a picture of Donald Trump. Ronald Reagan demonstrated the opposite characteristics.

    So where does anybody get the idea that Trump is conservative?

    The loss of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia moves this race from a hypothetical consideration into a real “do or die” situation for conservatives. It’s time for conservatives to get serious. Support Trump if you must, but please don’t do it while lying about your “conservatism”.

    • Daninfla6th

      Well said, Mike.

  • CSN

    Mitt Romney will probably vote Hillary Clinton. They really, in essence, are no different. Rove and Priebus are in collusion, and Romney-bot just did their bidding, don’t kid yourself that he did this on his own.

  • SF soldier

    Back stabbing Romney, this guy is a joke, sorry I voted for him back when!!!

  • Linda

    Trump & Romney are BOTH Dembos in Dumbo clothing !

  • kteissere

    Romney is reported as endorsing one of the three Republican candidates (not Trump). Wish he would stay out of it and if I were one of the three he is considering, I would run away as fast as I could.

  • Sue

    I voted for Mit; what a mistake. I thought he had integrity, but apparently I was wrong. Disappointed. This race is soooooo ugly, nasty, mean-spiried and disgusting.

  • PJ

    I cannot believe how far Romney has lowered himself. We . He’s right down there with that a-hole, Harry Reed. And I also Voted for the 2 losers Romney and McCain .

  • gunnerv1

    If it wasn’t for the Profanities (Trumps), I would equate trump with Teddy Roosevelt and the “Bully Pulpit” and “Carry a Big Stick” Diplomacy. I’m all for Trump, “The People” are pissed off at DC and Trump IS the answer.

  • vaquerobob

    Romney is a worthless puppet of the Beyond Worthless Establishment Republicans (RINO / TRAITORS) who ALL need to be KICKED to the curb!!!

  • Brian Artzberger

    Mitt, you are a RINO. Look it up. Nobody is interested in supporting a RINO or listening to one either. The Republican party has lied to it’s members for too long. Only Trump and Cruz are party outsiders and both are winning. The anti-establishment fervor that Trump has captured is obvious to everyone except Romney and his RINO, GOPe friends. If you want a liberal anti-establishment candidate vote Trump. If you want a constitutional conservative anti-establishment candidate vote Cruz. Mitt go home.

  • carlosperdue

    Mitt Romney is going to vote for a real conservative? That’s a hoot

  • ConsGram

    I am not a Trump fan, because I don’t feel he gives any real details to back up what he is saying he will do. Just sound bites that I admit is very appealing to the ones that just want something done. But what we have here is not about Trump personally but just the left pulling one of Saul’s rules for radical tactics. Look who was among the protesters but Bill Ayers. It time WE take control of this situation.