Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Reports of Donald Trump’s Political Demise Have been Greatly Exaggerated; Yet Another Neocon Saboteur, Peter Wehner, Prematurely Celebrates Hillary’s ‘Landslide Victory,’ While Crying Crocodile Tears for the Party of Lincoln


The photographer who took this picture, the AP's Jae C. Hong, killed himself to get the most unflattering shot possible of the Republican presidential nominee

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

“Conservative” Peter Wehner has been sucking up to the racist Left, in order to ingratiate himself with it, and try and help career criminal and communist Hillary Clinton win the election in November, and finish off what’s left of America.

As for the polls Wehner cites, I don’t believe them. Let’s see what the polls say, after Hillary Clinton and Barack “Obama’s” impotent response to Orlando. If they still show Trump sinking in popularity, either they’re completely fraudulent, or a generation of mass, legal and illegal Third World immigration, thanks to the powers that be, has finished off the American people. But I bet on the first explanation. If the new polls go Wehner’s way, that is.

The Coming Political Catastrophe

By Peter Wehner
June 15, 2016 4:08 p.m.

Donald Trump is in the midst of a fairly dramatic collapse in public opinion polls.

What seems to be happening isn’t that Hillary Clinton is on the rise. Rather, Trump’s popularity is dangerously low for a presumptive presidential nominee at this stage (pre-summer) of the race. And since the start of June, the trend for Trump has been alarming.

[I don’t buy this at all.]

Several recent polls confirm this observation. A new Bloomberg Politics national poll shows Clinton leading Trump with 49 percent to 37 percent among likely voters in November’s election. 55 percent of those polled say they could never vote for the real-estate developer and TV personality. Women are a majority of voters, and a full 63 percent of them say they could never vote for Trump.

Then there is the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll showing that negative views of Trump have surged to 70 percent, their highest level of the 2016 campaign. (Hillary Clinton’s are at 55 percent.) It’s not only that Trump’s negatives are sky-high; it’s also that a majority of those who have negative impressions of him (56 percent) hold those views “strongly.”

And for those Trump supporters who are hoping he will benefit from his response to the Orlando massacre, based on the belief that he comes across as “strong” and “tough” and will protect us, there’s this: In a new CBS News poll, more than half (51 percent) of Americans disapprove of the way Trump is responding to the Orlando attack, while only a quarter (25 percent) approve.

So let’s take a step back to place where we are. This should be a moment, late spring/early summer, when Trump is consolidating Republican support and fortifying his position. Instead, the empirical evidence shows he is in perfectly awful shape, as weak and vulnerable as any major presidential candidate in decades. He is positioned to be wiped out in November, despite the fact that Mrs. Clinton is a bad candidate with much baggage.

Just a few weeks ago, Trump supporters were upbeat because he was within just a few points of Hillary Clinton. This was a false dawn. What they didn’t take into account is that she was still in a pitched battle with Bernie Sanders, which meant the Democratic support she can count on in the fall was suppressed. Trump, having effectively won the nomination, was consolidating Republican support. Once Clinton effectively secured the nomination, which she has now done, the gap was bound to increase. The fact that Trump was still losing to Clinton when he had that advantage should actually have been a warning sign.

What should be particularly worrisome for those rooting for Trump is that things have gotten markedly worse. Negative views of Trump have increased 10 points in the last month. That is because he is acting just as he has acted all year. The hope that he’ll flip the switch and become more “presidential,” more unifying, and less repulsive just isn’t happening. The Trump attacks on Judge Curiel and his heritage, arguing that because Curiel was a “Mexican” (he is not) he had an
“inherent conflict of interest” and was, therefore, unable to render a fair judgment–along with Trump dabbling in more crazy conspiracy theories (Vince Foster was murdered!) and now suggesting that the president is either connected to/sympathetic with Islamic terrorists–are all simply the latest additions to the same script.

[Of course, “Obama” is sympathetic to Islamic terrorists.

Wehner somehow forgot to mention that Gonzalo Curiel is a La Raza Reconquista. Of course, Curiel has a conflict of interest!]

Republicans now have to struggle with the realization of what they have done, the nature of the man their party has nominated, and the coming political catastrophe. It is a very painful time for the party of Lincoln.

[It’s not painful for Peter Wehner and his fellow GOP saboteurs—they’re clicking their heels with glee!]

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