Unbound and Unprincipled
Secret Meeting of the Political Establishment
Plans to Dump Trump at the Republican National Convention.
By Scott Rohter, March 2016
This week Donald Trump warned the RNC about the consequences of ignoring the will of millions of Republican voters. After thirty Republican Primaries and a couple of State Caucuses Donald Trump is still the clear leader in this race, both in terms of actual delegates and in terms of popular votes. Mr. Trump has won nineteen States while Ted Cruz has only won seven. John Kasich has only won a single state, that being his home State of Ohio. In terms of actual delegates Donald Trump has won 743 delegates to Ted Cruz’s 545 delegates while John Kasich has only won 143 delegates. The fact is that Donald Trump is the clear leader in this race. He has won almost as many delegates as all of the other Republican candidates combined… and unless something earth shattering happens between now and July, Donald Trump should be the next Republican Party nominee for President in 2016. How can the Republican Party wind up with any one else as their nominee besides Donald Trump? Oh, but trust me, they can…
In the event that Donald Trump arrives in Cleveland with less 1237 delegates, in subsequent rounds of voting anything can and probably will happen. The power brokers are likely to nominate Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio or John Kasich, or they might turn to Mitt Romney or Paul Ryan neither of whom even ran in this Primary. They would do any number of different things rather than nominate Donald Trump.
In a private meeting this week at a posh island resort off the coast of Georgia, many of America’s most influential political movers and shakers gathered to discuss how they could thwart Donald Trump’s Presidential aspirations. This exclusive, invitation only meeting was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute which is a Republican so called “think tank “. I can tell you that whatever they are thinking is not good. In attendance along with many wealthy Republican donors were also some very prominent progressive Democrats. Apple CEO Tim Cook was there. Google Co-founder Larry Page was there, and PayPal founder and CEO of Space-X Elon Musk was there. Republican strategist Karl Rove, Senator Mitch McConnell, Speaker Paul Ryan, and tabloid newspaper publisher and billionaire oil man/real estate investor Phillip Anschutz of examiner.com were there too. Mr. Anshutz owns the posh resort where the secret meeting was held. Progressive Republicans joined in with well known liberal Democrats including New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. to discuss how they could stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican nominee and the next President of the United States.
When you are rich like these people are it really doesn’t matter what political Party you belong to. Money makes for strange bedfellows and they all agreed that they would do whatever it takes and spend as much money as it takes to deny Donald Trump the Republican nomination.
This is not the so called right wing conspiracy referred to by Hillary Clinton back in 1992 when Bill was running for President. This conspiracy was not created to keep a Democrat from becoming President. It isn’t partisan. This conspiracy was created by members of the political establishment, members of the ruling elite in both political Parties to keep an outsider, Donald Trump from becoming our President. It was designed to thwart the will of millions of American voters. It is an insurgency whose declared purpose is to keep a reformer from outside the Beltway from winning the White House in 2016. We know who the leaders of this coup are. They are the one percenters who make up the political establishment of our country. This is the same Establishment which an overwhelming majority of rank and file Republican voters have rejected.
There weren’t enough chartered jets to fly in all of the people who wanted to attend this prestigious event. They could only fly in some of the most influential Republican and Democrat donors to the private island resort owned by Phillip Anschutz. They were members of America’s political ruling class who belong to both political Parties. There were many lesser known, but still influential people who did not attend, but who will still do the political establishment’s bidding like John Hawkins of Right Wing News and Erick Erickson of Red State. They took part in the meeting via telephone. There were others like radio talk show host Mark Levin, and John Batchelor, and Mary Kissel of the Wall Street Journal. They can all be counted on to do their best to undermine the Presidential aspirations of Donald Trump.
Mr. Trump has been receiving death threats while on the campaign trail. He has to wear a bullet proof vest every time he goes to one of his events. Recently his children have been the subject of death threats too. This is what liberals do whenever someone or something upsets their apple cart or threatens to challenge their view of the world. They attack whoever opposes them. They disrupted the Democrat National Convention in Chicago in 1969. They exhibited deplorable behavior during the furtive Occupy Wall Street Movement, and now these same type of liberal thugs and malcontents are threatening Donald Trump’s children. That’s the same thing they did when Ross Perot ran for President. They threatened his family… We all need to show our support for Donald Trump and his family… He is a brave man to put up with all of this crap. The surprising thing to me is that the Republican Establishment is just as bad as the DNC who is out to get Donald Trump.
We are told that if he wins the Republican nomination that about 20% of Republicans won’t vote for him.. These are the RINOs that have been in the Republican Party since the days of Teddy Roosevelt. They have been running the GOP for that long. They would rather vote for Hillary Clinton than vote for Donald Trump.. If Donald Trump arrives in Cleveland with the most delegates, but he is not the nominee of the Party then the RNC better worry about the 40% of Republicans who voted for Donald Trump who will leave the Republican Party if their votes are not counted. They won’t vote for a nominee selected by the Establishment at a brokered Convention.