In what can be only described as "Campaign Surge", Donald Trump took a huge step forward last night* in solidifying his lead in the Republican Presidential Primary. Winning 3 out of 4 states, Trump called for unity within the party during his victory speech in Florida.
"This was an amazing evening. I don’t think I’ve ever had so many horrible things said about me in one week," Trump said at press conference in Jupiter, Fla., a week before the state's primary. "It shows you how brilliant the public is because they knew they were lies.
"The bottom line is we have something going that's so good," the GOP presidential front-runner said. "We should grab each other and we should unify the party."But the folks at Fox News refuse to accept the reality of a Trump nomination. On a special edition of "The Five", Eric Bolling led off the monologue with a scathing indictment of the Establishment wing of the Republican party. It, [Bolling's statement], did not sit well with two other regulars, Dana Perino & Greg Gutfeld, who were clearly, (and personally), offended by the reference to the Establishment.
Ms. Perino seemed especially upset at the contention that "hard working politicians" in Washington were some how worthless parasites feeding on the system, and not heeding to the will of the people who elected them. She was visibly upset and did not hesitate to rebut Bolling's statement.
Gutfeld, on the other hand, took the indignation a step further by attacking Trump followers with an "in your face" purpose/resolve. Watch the video and decide for yourselves if Perino and Gutfeld don't seem a bit butthurt.
If you want to fast-forward to pertinant parts, Perino questions what the establishment is at 3:38 & Gutfeld's tirade starts at 6:12.
Not to be outdone in Fox's self-induced Trump Derangement Syndrome, (aka, TDS), Megyn Kelly interviewed Ted Cruz, and couldn't wait to bring up the idea of a contested convention. I've decided not to provide video or links to this interview, since it's another clear sign of Fox's outright disdain for the Republican front-runner.
But, I do have a message for the media pundits still inflicted with TDS---George Will, Charles Krauthammer, Bill Kristol, Karl Rove, Gutfeld & Perino, Mitt Romney, the "esteemed" editors at the National Review, and the many more Anti-Trump contingency---grab hold of the notion of a President Trump, or seek medical & psychological attention at your soonest convenience. There IS a cure for your indignant impulsions---it's called reality. Grab hold.
* How sad is it that a BBC linked story has a more honest assessment of this Presidential race, than most of the biased American Media with their own infliction of TDS?