Friday, January 6, 2017

hese 13 “Republicans” BACKSTABBED Donald Trump

Donald Trump broke records during the Republican Primary. He did it before the primary was even over too. For reference the record was George W. Bush in 2000 with 10.8 million. Donald Trump ended up with 13.4 million votes total in the primary.

He creamed a large Republican field and sent the Democratic party into a tizzy. They have thrown everything at Donald Trump including the barn door. He’s put the spotlight on Hillary Clinton, exposing her crimes and he has fought back against a corrupt and bias media establishment that has been caught coordinating with the Clinton campaign.

Donald Trump has peeled back the veneer of lies and corruption surrounding Washington, D.C. And some Republicans despite their rhetoric aren’t too happy about it. They’ve even tried to backstab Mr. Trump in order to ruin him.

We’ve compiled a list of 13 of these Republicans who have betrayed Donald Trump! You might not recognize all of them but they are all Congressmen, Senators, Governors, and well-connected individuals that seem to do anything and everything they can to destroy Donald Trump.

13. Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush, the former Governor of Florida, might be the ultimate political loser this election. Right out of the gate, Jeb Bush was low energy. He even wasted tons of donor money.

Bush, like the rest of the Republican Presidential candidates, pledged to support the eventual nominee. He’s never done that. After Trump secured the GOP nomination, cry baby Bush whined on Facebook. 

 12. Condoleeza Rice
Condoleeza Rice who was President George W. Bush’s national security adviser and then Secretary of State decided to go after Donald Trump earlier this month.

11. Ben Sasse

Ben Sasse is a first term United States Senator out of Nebraska. However, Ben Sasse has no love for Donald Trump.

In an open letter on Facebook during the Republican primary Sasse said, “If Donald Trump becomes the Republican nominee, my expectation is that I will look for some third candidate.”

Sasse has continued his attacks against Donald Trump. In July, he “essentially called Trump a racist and said he’s open to embracing the Libertarian Party.”

0. Barbara Comstock

Barabra Comstock, a Virginia Congresswoman, has been on the warpath against Donald Trump for more than six months.

In May, she revealed she wasn’t supporting Donald Trump saying he “needs to earn the votes of me and many others.”

And then just a couple of days ago she showed her true face. “This is disgusting, vile, and disqualifying. No woman should ever be subjected to this type of obscene behavior and it is unbecoming of anybody seeking high office. In light of these comments, Donald Trump should step aside and allow our party to replace him with Mike Pence or another appropriate nominee from the Republican Party. I cannot in good conscience vote for Donald Trump and I would never vote for Hillary Clinton.”

Comstock’s betrayal of Donald Trump may very well end up losing her the House seat and if this is the way she is going to act, Donald Trump will be better off without her trying to railroad him in the House.

9. Mike Crapo ( Crapo is his real name LOL)


8. Carly Fiorina


 Donald Trump does not represent me or my party. I understand the responsibility of Republicans to support their nominee. Our nominee has weighty responsibilities as well. Donald Trump has manifestly failed in these responsibilities.

I have traveled the country for years warning Americans that Hillary Clinton is unfit to be President.

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7. Bill Haslam

Governor Bill Haslam of Tennessee fashioned himself Brutus when he attacked Donald Trump.

“I want to emphasize that character in our leaders does matter. None of us in elected office are perfect, but the decisions that are made in the Oval Office have too many consequences to ignore the behavior we have seen.” He continued, “It is time for the good of the nation and the Republican Party for Donald Trump to step aside and let Gov. Mike Pence assume the role as the party’s nominee. If he does not step aside, I will write in a Republican for the office of President.”

Well, Governor Haslam, apparently you haven’t seen the pattern of behavior that is perfect for the White House. The behavior that flew to Louisiana bringing care packages to help the flooding victims or sending a bus full of Trump supporters to offer aid to Hurricane Matthew victims. That’s the pattern of behavior I see. One that puts Americans first.

6. Joe Heck

Joe Heck is a Nevada Republican Senate Candidate who has abandoned Trump.

Heck issued a statement, “I can no longer look past the pattern of behavior and comments that have been made by Donald Trump. Therefore, I cannot in good conscience continue to support Donald Trump.”

It sounds like a broken record. I mean do all of these people get their speeches written by the same person? How many times can people say “pattern of behavior.”

Fortunately, Donald’s comments speak for themselves like these:

5. Justin Amash
Michigan Congressman Justin Amash has always been a Never Trumper. But he wanted to make sure everyone knew it earlier this month.

Amash doubled down on his betrayal of Donald Trump.

4.Mitt Romney, the former Governor of Massachusetts and two-time failed Presidential candidate, has no love for Donald Trump.

Romney has been trying to undermine Donald Trump for a long time now. He has even expressed support for Libertarian goofball Gary Johnson.

3. John McCain

John McCain, another failed Presidential candidate and a sitting Arizona Senator, is one of the biggest traitors to Mr. Trump.

McCain came out against Mr. Trump from the get-go by refusing to show up at a rally and distancing himself from Donald Trump.

Mr. Trump called out McCain’s childish antics

2. John Kasich

If you thought it couldn’t get any worse than John McCain, you are wrong. Look no further than the sitting Governor of Ohio and another failed Presidential candidate John Kasich.

Kasich was a sore loser throughout the entire Republican primary process staying in the fight when he didn’t even get as many votes as Ted Cruz.

His whiny, loser behavior continued when he refused to show up to the Republican National Convention despite it being in Ohio, you know the state he is the Governor of.

In September, Kasich went on CNN and said it is “highly unlikely” he would vote for Donald Trump. He’s even embraced the TPP which would sell out American jobs to foreign countries.

Lest we not forget that he too reneged on his pledge to support the Republican nominee. John Kasich even has the Ohio Republican Party working against Donald Trump and actively attacking him on Twitter!

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