Grasping at straws: Anti-Trump GOP’ers are failing to acknowledge the choice that confronts them

#Donald Trump (Photo Joe Raedle/Getty Images) and President Joe Biden (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Published January 23, 2024

Barring a criminal conviction that either lands him in jail, under house arrest, or in some other status that prevents him from running for and holding office, Donald Trump is going to be the presidential nominee of the Republican Party for the third consecutive election this fall.

As veteran pollster Tom Jensen told NC Newsline recently, the notion that former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley can somehow attract enough support to deny him the nomination is almost certainly fanciful. While she enjoys a good deal of backing from the anti-Trump wing of the party and some independent voters, those factions simply aren’t nearly large enough to overcome Trump’s overwhelming support among what has become the core of the GOP.

Meanwhile, over on the Democratic side, President Joe Biden is also clearly assured of renomination. While the president certainly has his share of doubters within his party who worry about his age and/or question his handling of the impossible quagmire in the Middle East, there is no other remotely viable alternative.

And third-party candidates? While the U.S. has had a few over the last several decades who attracted something more than a tiny share of the vote – most notably George Wallace in 1968 and Ross Perot in 1992 – there is no indication that anyone is even remotely poised to make such an impact in 2024.

The implications of this situation are numerous – both for partisans and the nation.



RELATED: Boris Johnson Says Davos Elite “Trembling Violently” At Return Of Trump

Published January 22, 2024

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the Davos elite are “trembling violently” at the very real prospect of Donald Trump winning the presidency again.

Johnson made the comments in an exclusive article for the Daily Mail.

“In the cocktail parties of Davos, I am told, the global wokerati have been trembling so violently that you could hear the ice tinkling in their negronis,” wrote the ex-PM.

After his landslide win in Iowa earlier this week, Trump is expected to enjoy a repeat performance in New Hampshire on Tuesday despite the avalanche of challenges he has faced.

“In the senior common rooms of our ­universities, in the synod of the Church of England, in the Orwellian corridors of the BBC and among much of the UK establishment there has been a caterwauling orgy of nose-holding abhorrence,” thundered Johnson.



RELATED: Video: Maddow Whines About ‘Rise Of Fascism’ After Trump Iowa Caucus Landslide

Published January 16, 2024

Leftist hack Rachel Maddow complained about a “rise of fascism” after Donald Trump easily won the Iowa Caucus in a landslide over his Republican opponents.

Trump scored a record breaking win, with over 56,000 votes, more than double that of his nearest rival Ron DeSantis, clearly outlining that he will be the GOP nominee.

It represents the biggest victory for an Iowa challenger in modern history.

Naturally, leftists had an absolute meltdown, with Rachel Maddow heading up the line, declaring she is “worried about potential rise of fascism in this country.”

“If we’re worried about our democracy falling to an authoritarian and potentially fascist form of government. The leader who is trying to do that is part of that equation… Is a much bigger part of that equation,” she added.

Following Trump’s victory, Alex Pfeiffer, from the Trump-aligned Make America Great Again super PAC urged that “It’s time for Nikki Haley, Ron DeSantis, and Vivek Ramaswamy to face reality and stop wasting time and resources.”

“Every dollar spent by president Trump’s primary losers is a dollar that could be fighting Joe Biden,” he added.





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