August 20, 2016
As the polls are on the upswing, anti-Trump Republicans are planning to run ads saying that Trump is going to lose.
They and the controlled Jew media are framing this how they’re framing it, but what we have here is yet another conspiracy against Donald Trump.
If the Republicans had not continued their primary-era schemes to thwart The Leader after he won the nomination, we wouldn’t be having these polling problems. The temporary problems with the polls were due in large part to the Republicans not having his back, and joining in these manufactured Jew Democrat media scandals – such as the Khan scandal – and giving the people the impression the whole world is against Trump, so he must be bad.
The polling problems aren’t even real for the most part, or have at the very least been egregiously exaggerated. It is part of politics for polls to ebb and flow.
Today the LA Times released a poll showing Trump beating Clinton, following his speech for women.
But these people who have attempted to thwart him at every turn are now claiming it’s all Trump’s fault.
This is like blaming Germany for World War 2.
Republicans, worried about preserving their House and Senate majorities in the face of fierce headwinds, are accelerating their plans to distance themselves from Donald Trump – and may soon concede, if only implicitly, his defeat.
Party strategists are mapping out blueprints for down-ballot candidates, in TV ads and on the campaign trail, to present themselves as checks on a Hillary Clinton presidency. It’s an approach that would essentially admit a Trump loss. In interviews, nearly one dozen Republican operatives said they had begun poll-testing the idea – which one labeled a “break glass in case of emergency” strategy – to gauge how the public would react to it.
They are doing this because they don’t want him to win, not because they think he can’t.
It’s a stupid argument – people aren’t going to vote for a Republican Congressman because a Republican Presidential candidate might lose. So this is a veiled attack on Trump – an attempt to lower confidence in him.
It would represent a remarkable step – one not seen since 1996, when down-ballot Republicans, resigned to Bob Dole’s loss, campaigned as backstops to Bill Clinton’s second term. It comes at a time of mounting unease among Republicans about Trump’s prospects and how it will impact the fortunes of others. In recent days, a debate has begun to simmer among the party’s operatives about whether it will soon be time for the Republican National Committee to cut Trump off and redirect resources to congressional lawmakers.
Again – this is a strategy to stop Trump framed as a strategy to deal with Trump’s failures. An attack on an enemy framed as a defense against someone else.
The deliberations extend to the highest levels of the party. American Crossroads, the influential conservative group that was co-founded by Karl Rove, has tested to see how voters would feel about Republicans casting themselves as being a check and balance to Hillary Clinton, according to four sources familiar with the deliberations. It has examined the question in a number of Senate races on the ballot this fall, said one person working with the group, who added that “it’s a question of not if but when” the group begins putting the message into TV ads. (An American Crossroads spokesman declined to comment on the talks, citing a desire not to discuss internal strategy.)
The National Republican Congressional Committee, which serves as the official House Republican campaign arm, has requested that imperiled candidates begin polling to see how voters in their districts would respond to a check-based campaign, according to two people who work with the group. (An NRCC spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.)
Republicans haven’t begun the offensive yet – but they’re flirting with it. Earlier this month, House Speaker Paul Ryan sent out a fundraising appeal, declaring, “If we fail to protect our majority in Congress, we could be handing President Hillary Clinton blank check.” This week, Mitt Romney told a group of donors on a conference call that a Clinton win was likely and that the party needed to focus resources on down-ballot races so the party could oppose her.
Republicans say the strategy could go into full effect next month, as races intensify and early voting nears in some key battlegrounds. With Trump’s poll numbers deteriorating, they add, time is of the essence.
All of these faggots need to be aware that whether Trump wins or loses, the people are going to remember that they worked to get Hillary Clinton elected as President.
But it is looking like we’re on the way back up.
The addition of Breitbart’s Steve Bannon to the team appears to be a brilliant move. The losing was tied to Manafort. Lewandowski ran non-stop wins through the primaries, then this guy shows up and everything went to hell. Granted, it was sent to hell by outside forces, but they’re the same outside forces that were there during the primaries, the campaign just wasn’t dealing with them as well.
We need more of what we saw with the teleprompter speech earlier this week. Everything has to be focused on appealing to women. The men aren’t going anywhere and the minorities aren’t getting on board – however, talking about Blacks nicely is a good idea because it appeals to White women.
To the Trump staffers who read the site: the Alt-Right is fine with whatever you do at this point, as long as Trump doesn’t go kiss that Jew wall. With everything else, do what you’ve got to do. And what you obviously have to do is just do the research on what it is that White women want, and say what they want you to say.
Personally – if I were you, Mr. Trump – I would make a big point to thank the mothers of your children, all of them at the same time, by name and talk about what great mothers they were. Show vulnerability (you can fake it, we all know you don’t actually have any), and thank her. The Jews won’t be able to resist taking the opportunity to make it a huge story related to your divorce from Ivanna, but the women wouldn’t hear that, they would just hear you saying she was a great mother.