The 20 so called Conservatives probably made a very bad decision about attacking Donald Trump because when hate, anger and politics collide there’s usually a train-wreck about to happen.

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No one should be surprised that Glenn Beck is at the top of the pack – Glen no doubt along with Rich Lowry (National Review Editor) and possibly Erik Erickson are the team leaders for this shameful exhibition. 

These three men hate Trump because he’s exposed many of them as being “insiders.”  They have an intense dislike for him because he can’t be bought owned or packaged. 

Its one thing to disagree on policy, but an entirely different ballgame when one misrepresents and distorts the real truth.  Trump loves America, Americans and he’s taken on the corrupt Government and shady politicians single handedly. 

Anyway this is America last time I checked - you are the judge on the real motives of this group of 20.

Here are the names of the conservative leaders trying to stop Trump:

·         Thomas Sowell, economist.

·         Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center.

·         Glenn Beck, founder of The Blaze.

·         Edwin Meese and Michael Mukasey, former U.S. attorney generals.

·         Dana Loesch and Michael Medved, syndicated radio hosts.

·         Cal Thomas and Mona Charen, syndicated columnists.

·         William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard.

·         R. R. Reno, editor of First Things.

·         John Podhoretz, editor of Commentary.

·         Yuval Levin, editor of National Affairs.

·         Mark Helprin, novelist.

·         Andrew C. McCarthy, contributing editor, National Review.

·         Erick Erickson, founder of The Resurgent.

·         David McIntosh, president of the Club for Growth.

·         Steven F. Hayward, author and presidential scholar.

·         Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist.

·         David Boaz, executive vice president of the Cato Institute.

·         Katie Pavlich, editor of editor.

·         Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.

National Review isn’t American’s friendly little Conservative online newspaper - it is definitely packaged as a Conservative newspaper, but buyer beware. 

The Review endorsed Rand Paul, a Presidential elect who has a distasteful history of pushing immigration policies for open borders.  

The little ole Review has a love fest for Paul Ryan’s recent bill that funded sanctuary cities, along with tax credits for the illegals and Visa privileges for the Muslims.  

Ryan’s bill also included some corrections on the H-2B foreign worker program which pretty much would stop any immigration revisions at this time while taking more jobs from American citizens.

Americans know that illegal immigration is close to the top of their list of “To Do’s” and the open borders, sanctuary cities and all the Government freebies to the illegals is absolutely one of the reasons our economy is stagnant.

The flip-side of the coin, Trump has promised to build a border wall to stop illegal immigration and suggested a pause to stop the enormous inflow of Muslim immigration into the United States. 

To put this in perspective, Trump doesn’t hate Mexicans or Muslims but puts our Country first, which is what we need in a leader. 

In plain language Trump welcomes legal immigrants, but wants to stop the infusion of illegals and that is why he has promised us a wall.  He said pause (that means temporary halt) to the inflow of Muslims into our Country until our Government can hone the vetting process and eliminate terrorists who have been infiltrating our Nation.

So these 20 make believe Conservatives who have joined together to exterminate Donald Trump are hiding behind the skirts of a National publication who has a real disdain for Conservatism. 

The good thing is these 20 people have exposed themselves as dyed-in-the-wool “insiders.” Americans have had their fill of the “insider” scams, schemes and crooked politics 

May God Bless America

As Always

Little Tboca

PS    Here’s a brief FYI that shows the DNA of another group who are attacking Trump.  It takes a lot of guts to admit that they are trying to discourage voters from going to the polls.

The goal, according to the memo, isn’t to convert Mr. Trump’s supporters into backing other candidates, but to dissuade them from voting altogether, especially in New Hampshire’s influential first-in-the-nation primary.

Published by Marcia Wood