Elitist Bigots Despise Trump
[box type=”tick”]Live On The Radio Talkback Tuesday 10 May 2016 – Chuck Wilder Noon – 2 PM PDST – http://crntalk.com/chuckwilder[/box] It is interesting to observe the malevolent marplots, i.e., the establishment elitists, engage in what is by definition invidious discrimination against Donald Trump and all who support him.
Elitists such as Mitt Romney, George Will, William Kristol, various politicos, and the shadowy camorra of Republican saboteurs openly proclaim their intentions to undermine the will of the people.
For a group who boasts itself as knowing what the will of the people is, it’s interesting that understanding escapes these so-called Republicans pursuant to the fact that voters have made it clear they want Donald Trump.
As I have said many times, this election isn’t about Donald Trump as such – it is about the right of We the People to choose the candidate of “our” choice. These elitists are politically androgynous. They presume to laud over us as singularly knowing what is best for us. In their minds We the People know less than nothing. Therein they err. We know who we want and We the People are in full revolt. Not only do we no longer trust the elitists but we hold them in the lowest of contempt.
When we hear and/or watch Romney, Kristol, Will, et al, openly announce they plan to sway Republican voters to Hillary Clinton, it is a transpicuous display of their elitist contempt for you and me. It’s not the job of these people to pick the candidate they want and then tell us to vote for them. That may have worked in the days of Tammany Hall but We the People have had enough of the broken promises, outright lies, disrespect, and elitism.
It is disgusting to hear those people say they know what the American people want. Which of us did they ask? They certainly didn’t ask me. They have tried to tell me, but they haven’t asked me. If they knew what we wanted, House Speaker Paul Ryan wouldn’t have (in a matter of speaking) done to us what porn actors do to one another when he gave Obama more than asked for in the budget.
Speaking of whom, Paul Ryan many have replaced John Boehner as Obama’s new “best boy friend forever” in Congress, but he is not ours. He has continued the pattern of being a rubber stamp for Obama in the tradition of John Boehner.
Republicans are treating us as the very thing Larry Wilmore called Obama at the White House Correspondent’s Association dinner. Which is exactly the way they are treating Donald Trump.
If Donald Trump had written Jeb Bush a check for a million dollars or more these same people would be smiling and patting him on the back. His being a blue-collar billionaire doesn’t earn him any more respect from them than we do. The fact that he has the unmitigated gall to not just defy them, but to beat them in their rigged game, is an insult of gargantuan proportions.
Which brings me to another point. If I were Donald Trump’s adviser I would tell him to remember what it is that has made him successful thus far in the race. I would remind him that all of the opportunistic political leeches who are now jumping on his bandwagon do not care for him any more today than they did two months ago. But unlike two months ago, today they see an opportunity to be players. And that is the thing these people live for most.
I would remind Mr. Trump that the reason unprecedented millions of people crossing every demographic support(ed) him is specifically because he isn’t one of them. I would caution him that he should be very weary of listening to the opportunists now embracing his campaign as they attempt to mold him into the candidate they are comfortable with.
I would say: “Mr. Trump, you are a smart man and your instincts have not failed you in business or in your campaign thus far. So why allow the ‘Inside the Beltway’ crowd to make you over?”
Elections are about the will of the people not the will of the nefarious cabal that infests the political-scape like myiasis. It isn’t We the People who are wrong, it is those who believe themselves to be singularly knowledgeable when it comes to what is best for us.
We are not their children. We are their employers. Benefits made available from lobbyists notwithstanding, what these people have – they have because we are constrained to give it to them. To that end, we suffer under a more onerous zeitgeist of taxation without representation than our forefathers sought freedom from. We are being denied the right to choose the representative(s) of our choice. The battle lines are drawn and we will prevail.
And that is what the elitists fear most. They fear our coming to the realization that the true Constitutional power/authority lies with us – not with them.
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Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here