Conservative radio talk show host Steve Deace: “This thing is imploding!”
With the Republican Party National Convention just one month away, a movement to block bloviating billionaire and reality TV actor Donald Trump from becoming the GOP nominee is quickly gaining support among both grassroots constitutional conservatives and Tea Party activists, as well as with more establishment Republicans.
GOP delegates, the last firewall in stopping the party of Reagan and Lincoln from nominating a narcissistic con man due to the temporary unbridled passions of a nation filled with useful idiots and easily duped cultists, are hurriedly organizing to plan a coup at the Republican convention.
“He’s a sinking island,” said former Marco Rubio communications director Alex Conant. “His poll numbers are under water. His poll numbers continue to go down compared to Hillary Clinton and it’s about to get a lot worse,” he told CNN this week.
“The last thing I would do is tell anybody to do something that’s contrary to their conscience. Of course, I wouldn’t do that,” Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan told NBC’s Chuck Todd in a preview of an upcoming interview on Meet the Press to be aired on Sunday.
On Friday, conservative radio talk show host Steve Deace, author the new C.S. Lewis-inspired “A Nefarious Plot,” appeared on MSNBC and explained the unfortunate predicament the Republican Party and the Trump campaign are facing, and I would highly recommend watching the entire interview below.
“This is the biggest face-palm since the storm troopers fell for ‘These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.‘
This thing is imploding and at this point, I would be mildly surprised if he came out of Cleveland as the nominee.”
Steve Deace correctly notes that the delegates at the convention write their own rules and states that delegates — many of whom are not Trump loyalists — are not necessarily obligated to support the New York liberal.
“Delegates are going to have to stand up and save the country from this and save the party of Lincoln and Reagan from this,” Deace proclaimed. “If they walk out of Cleveland with Trump as the nominee, this is going to be an annihilation. It’s going to be an annihilation all over the country and it won’t just be Mr. Trump that’s annihilated. It’s going to be a lot of down-ballot Republicans,” he predicted, claiming that a Trump nomination is going to have a “mass reversal” of a lot of the gains that Republicans have made, including in state legislatures, across the nation the past several years.
“This literally is an ‘Anybody but Trump’ movement,” Kendal Unruh, a Republican delegate from Colorado told The Washington Post. “Nobody has any idea who is going to step in and be the nominee, but we’re not worried about that. We’re just doing that job to make sure that he’s not the face of our party.”
The Post reported that they’ve interviewed dozens of GOP delegates involved in ousting Trump.