I don’t get this:

no money

The pundits are saying that Trump’s so unappealing to big donors that they’re not only going to not give him money but they’re going to withhold funding of any Republican governors, senators, congressmen, etc etc, who are running.

                                                    WHY?

I’d have thought that if they don’t like Trump enough to support him, but ARE REPUBLICANS, they’d at least support all the other Republican candidates across the country to counteract a Hillary presidency?

Help me out here…………

Z

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19 Responses to I don’t get this:

  1. The big donors are New World / One World Order Globalists. They’re going to support Democrats now because the Republican Establishment they bought & paid for have lost their constituents support.

    The donors know We The People are on to their BS idea to strip our country of its sovereignty & freedom. They won’t accomplish their goals with Republicans, because We The People are demanding a return of our rights, freedoms & prosperity.

    The thing is, though, that a significant percentage of Democrats are suffering, too. They also want their jobs back, their healthcare back, their higher wages back, jobs for their adult children who can’t move out because they can’t find decent jobs, an end to foreigners over-running the country, an end to the threat of terrorism. The Democrats are starting to understand this agenda is ruining their lives, too.

    Trump is the answer to all of this. Not because of his ability to lead the nation, he’s unproven in that regard. But rather, Trump represents a bazooka being fired at the Ruling Class & their self-serving, unpatriotic, greedy globalist donors. We The People are fed up & tired of the unending, ever-increasing misery & despair.

  2. fredd says:

    Yes, these rich Donor Class folk are getting irked that their tsunami of money that they dumped on Jeb Bush got them zilch. It wasn’t all that long ago that they could simply cut the check (or lay the attache case stuffed with cash on the back porch), and then wait for the results to come in.

    That doesn’t work anymore, apparently, and now the Donor Class is going to Plan B, however that manifests itself. Still, the Donor Class really has no other tool in the toolbox than cash. But they are not stupid, they will find a way to make it work for them again. It always has in the past. Always.

  3. bocopro says:

    Simple. The old playground concept: do it my way or I’ll take my ball and go home.

    Childish, but apparently wisdom and maturity aren’t prerequisites for a career in politics, even as a donor.

  4. bocopro says:

    fredd: if I may . . . Damn the Supreme Court — full spite ahead.

  5. Silverfiddle says:

    The whole Demican-Republicrat kabuki is a DC con job.

    Why do you think the GOP have voted 5,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times to repeal Obamacare? Why has the GOP not held one hearing on Obama’s disastrous immigration and “refugee” policies? Why has Obama had unobstructed free rein to “fundamentally transform” America?

    A more-progressive, less-free America means more money, more power and more control for the global elites.

    Trump is a threat to them. From our perspective, he may be no better, but he upsets their global grift and at least exposes how they are dismantling America and selling it off piece by piece. Our birthright means nothing–we are livestock to be herded, milked and butchered… and yes… Paul Ryan, King Coal McConnell and and the rest of the slimy, lying bastards in the GOOP all have their snouts in the trough…

  6. Adrienne says:

    What everyone else said.

  7. FB says:

    Because they may not be able to corrupt the system. That’s why. The big donors have no problem giving money to both parties to get special treatment. That says a lot about our corrupt banana republic.

  8. bunkerville says:

    Already nailed it

  9. fredd says:

    FB: yes, we laugh and impugn those backward corrupt banana republics, and yet we are just a gigantic replica of exactly that at which we scorn. Smoky, back rooms with old, big, fat, ugly bald guys smoking Cuban cigars calling the shots, and laughing at the rest of us when we think we have input into the system with our votes.

    Don’t get me started.

  10. FB says:

    It’s not any different. And it gets worse the more power the politicians have. That’s what the crazy leftists don’t get. Oh well it’s a lost battle I think.

  11. FB says:

    I hope Paul Ryan gets the boot by the way. All those people who tell us what we want to hear then get established and play the game should be voted out right away. Since they don’t want to pass term limits, we should almost always vote the incumbent out.

  12. geeez2014 says:

    I don’t agree with much of what’s said above, but I appreciate your input.

    See, I don’t believe all politicians are evil or crooked……I just don’t. I’m totally realistic enough to know MANY ARE, on BOTH sides, but not all.

    I’m going to blog now on Trump’s speech this morning and post it as a new blog post today. Any of you see it?

  13. bocopro says:

    I’d rather watch paint dry. Can’t handle political speeches. ‘Course what’s often worse than watching/listening to ’em is the inevitable “analysis” by “experts” and pundits telling us what we SHOULD have heard ’em say.

    For years’n’years I’ve felt that campaigning should not be allowed until 90 days before the election date. I also feel that our system needs to be automated with ID by iris scan to determine both eligibility and whether that individual has voted already in any given cycle.

    SuperPACs and superdelegates should be banned, and any candidate who makes a promise to one group on a controversial issue but a contrary promise to another group should be surgically neutered, preferably with a rusty, blunted instrument.

    And . . . anyone who has been found guilty of lying to either police, the FBI, or Congress should be automatically ineligible for any office in Washington, D.C.

  14. geeez2014 says:

    bocopro…with this election, these speeches are important and nothing like watching paint dry! At least that’s my view THIS election year.
    It’s not the promises, not that stuff, that’s important….for me, it’s the tone. Most people disagree with me here on that. Sadly, instead of content, tone is so important this year, particularly that SO MANY of even my own cons. friends can’t bring to vote for Trump because of his bullying, thin skinnedness, etc.
    So every speech he makes that doesn’t do that too much is a positive thing.!

    That’s my take, anyway!! But I TOTALLY get your points. Particularly the HILLARY POINT!

  15. bocopro says:

    I’d agree with you on tone except for the fact that Soetoro, Lynch, Hillary, and roughly half the talking heads are completely tone DEAF!

    Especially on John Q.’s feelings about race, guns, terrorism, illegals, and Islam.

  16. Sparky says:

    I’m told that it’s the dirty little secret that the Country Club Republicans WANT Hilary because she’ll keep the Uncle Sugar gravy train going. That’s pretty wicked, isn’t it. That’s why I’m NOT a Republican but identify more with Libertarians. That said, though, I am going to vote for Trump. Hope that’s not a mistake.

  17. Mal says:

    MOST THE ABOVE POSTINGS EXPLAIN WHY WE KEEP RETURNING TO SUPPORT TRUMP.
    I mean, given the way things are, what other possible option do we really have? Vote GOP and hope for the best. Personally, I may have a bit more faith and confidence in Donald doing the job than I should, but I do. Just remember all the jokes about Reagan and how that turned out!

  18. FB says:

    They may not be evil but to stick to their job and make nice $$$ without doing too much they have to play the game. My dad was in politics and just that is problematic.

  19. Mal says:

    Yeah, FB. It all started when they figured out they could vote themselves benefits and it just kept on going…………………………

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