I’ve talked before how his victory in the general is not necessarily a good thing. Difficult times are on the horizon and it would be a shame to have blame placed on anyone outside of the established political class that ran the country into the dirt over the past few decades.
But he won the nomination so far for the most part, and I’d like to see how he does as president. But no everybody in the GOP is willing to back him. Lindsay Graham and Paul Ryan have come out and said they will not support him yet, as if they are trying to bargain their support for some personal favors. The great thing is that Trump fired back that he doesn’t want their support, they’ve done such a brilliant job of screwing things up that Trump doesn’t want to be associated with them and their failure. Paul Ryan’s omnibus bill that surprised even the Democrats when they were able to pass their 1.1 trillion spending bill.
He completely betrayed all values of small government when passing the bill, not to mention key Republican issues.
Trump has called for local voters in their districts to dump both Graham and Ryan. Talk was in the air a few months ago of Trump considering funding Ryan’s primary opponent. This attention Graham and Ryan are receiving is giving a big spot light to their contenders. There is a growing chance they could be thrown out of office. The man running against Ryan is a guy who worked his way up from maintenance working to a big time business man. He’s got tattoos, rides a motorcycle and seems like a real human being.
Martin Armstrong has predicted that this election isn’t about just Trump, it’s about a wave of Trumps. From Europe’s growing right wing nationalist parties, to the Texas GOP election where a wildcard squeaked out a win, to established incumbents like Ryan and Graham being seriously challenged in their PRIMARY. The GOP establishment had this to say about the subject of the Texas GOP election:
“We will explore every single option that exists, whether it be persuading him to resign, trying to force him to resign, constraining his power, removing his ability to spend money or resisting any attempt for him to access data or our social media account,” Mackowiak told the Tribune. “I’m treating this as a coup and as a hostile takeover.”
They don’t get it. The people are fed up and we are going to have hundreds of these Trump-like outsiders coming into politics, it can’t be stopped.