Monday, July 20, 2015

The GOP is in Melt Down as Trump Threatens Run As An Independent

The GOP clown car of would be presidential nominees continues to provide lots of entertainment as Donald trump continues to be acclaimed by much of the lunatic party base and now threatens to run as an independent candidate - prospect that could easily throw the 2016 election to the Democrats if Trump follows through on his threat.  Of course, the GOP establishment has no one to blame except itself for the current circus given its courtship with crazies and extremists over the last several decades.  Politicususa looks at the GOP meltdown over The Donald's provocations.  Here are excerpts:

Donald Trump refused to drop out of the race for the Republican nomination today and confirmed that he may run as an Independent if he does not win the Republican nomination.

Transcript from ABC’s This Week:
RADDATZ: So let me just get this clear. You are not apologizing. And you are certainly not pulling out of the race as some of your opponents have suggested.

TRUMP: Of course they’d love to have me do that because I’m leading the pack. I’m certainly not pulling out; I’m leading and I’m leading in many states. North Carolina just came in; I’m way in the lead there. Nevada, as I said, just came in. I’m way in the lead there.
Not only is Trump not going anywhere, but on Saturday, he sent his strongest signal yet that he would run as an Independent if he does not get the Republican nomination. When asked if he would not run as a third-party candidate, Trump said, “No, no. I won’t go on record as saying that.”

Republicans created the political environment that he is flourishing. Fox News and the GOP loved Trump when he was chasing after President Obama’s birth certificate. 2012 Republican presidential candidates, including Mitt Romney, courted him and kissed his ring. 

The Republican Party is in a state of full-blown state of meltdown because they can’t stop Donald Trump.

The monster has turned on its creator. Donald Trump is poised to destroy the Republican village, and there is nothing the torch and pitchfork wielding villagers can do about it.

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