Thursday, March 3, 2016

Trumps Great Tuesday Not 'Good Enough' for the Establishment & A Complicit Media

If Marco Rubio or even (maybe) Ted Cruz had won seven state primaries in one day, most American News outlets would have the achievement splashed across their headlines claiming the candidate must be Presidential material based on the overwhelming performance.

Apparently not so with perennial front-runner Donald Trump.

The day after adding seven more state victories to the three he already had, (while putting up with a week long phony attack that the man was some how a racist), the American Media, (no longer considered a resource for reported news), recharged its batteries of selective journalism, and began an all out assault on the candidate.

The sweet victories turned quickly into a "collective" campaign of "How Do We Stop Trump".  I've underlined the "WE", because the two-letter word needs to be defined/explained in the context of the sentence---just who the hell is WE????  It just amazes me, that the media finds it so easy to convince the reader how all things written must be inclusively in the best interest of the masses, as if we're all in this together.

Enter, Willard Mitt Romney, aka the loser.

In a desperate attempt to thwart Trumps campaign, (for reasons not yet clearly defined), former Massachusetts Governor, (and 2012 loser to Barack Obama), has decided to put his two cents into the Presidential race.  
(Via CNN) "Mitt Romney will speak Thursday on "the state of the 2016 presidential race," he said in a press release. 
The 2012 Republican nominee will speak at 11:30 a.m. ET on Thursday at the University of Utah's Hinckley Institute of Politics Forum, the same day that the remaining GOP presidential candidates are schedule to debate in Detroit.
A source close to Romney told CNN the speech is not an endorsement or announcement. Another source close to Romney's plans said he's expected to praise Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, who are both trying to be an alternative candidate to the brash billionaire. 
Instead, he'll use the speech to criticize GOP front-runner Donald Trump, emphasizing that Trump is the wrong person to lead the Republican Party in November and underscoring the "choices facing the Republican Party and the country" in this election."
Here we have a former Presidential candidate, (hand picked by this same establishment that wants to have nothing to do with Trump), who's going to give us his opinion on the state of the Republican election process.  Mind you, this is the same man that couldn't fight his way out of a Candy Crowley "paper bag", yet his wisdom and guidance should be taken seriously?  

With an expected complete Media blitz of "the irrelevant man", (at 11 a.m. eastern time), one can only surmise that Mr. Romney will provide us with his plethoric visions of "Why Donald Trump must be stopped".  

However, there's a slight problem with Mr. Romney's assumed dissertation/admonishment of the election process, sans the American Voter's choice: any attempt to change the rules or subvert the process will result in the utter destruction of the Republican Party, including those in the Establishment who are at the forefront of this Trump assault.  Such a brazen attempt by these cowardly elitist should be met with a revolt not seen in decades.  The establishment class's insult to the American voter is a disgrace and an affront to the Constitutionally directed democratic process.

Note to the Establishment:  Tread lightly.  

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