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Trump Killed the Republican Star

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During the primaries, Trump’s kids unfortunately couldn’t vote for their dad because all of them were registered as Democrats. Even The Donald has spent most of his life registered as a Democrat. So then why, when The Donald ran for president, would he run as a Republican? An even more perplexing enigma is why would Republican voters support him in droves? What do they see in him? Is it the class action fraud case he is the defendant in? Is it his platforms, that he still, with two months before election, refuses to clarify? Is it his business empire, that he has built by hiring illegal aliens over Americans?

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I feel these same questions will be asked for years to come, as historians study the death of the Republican party. The Donald has tapped into a gushing vein of the Republican party. Whatever Trump has tapped into, is not going away anytime soon.

Last election, when Romney lost, the GOP blamed their defeat on a problem with minorities. Of course, this is a huge problem for the GOP, but as Trump is illustrating, there were other problems as well, much more crucial.

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The GOP has grown so distant from its voter base, that many uneducated Republicans found an orange skinned savior in a figure that was everything that the establishment was not.

This problem has been in the making for a few decades. Ironically, the stale platforms of the Republican party are essentially the number one suspects in the murder of the Republican party.

Thirty years ago, the Republican party became the party of the wealthy. In the guise of ‘trickle down economics’, the Republicans championed a justification to strip the middle class of benefits in order to give tax breaks to the top 1%. Give tax breaks to the wealthy, and it will ‘trickle down’ to the middle class.

Think of the massive scheme that needs to be implemented to convince a majority of Americans that it is in their best interests to be stripped of a portion of their wealth and benefits!

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Look at the Tea Party. A conservative wing of the Republican party formed around the belief that Americans are being taxed too much. The ‘tea party’ conjures up images of colonial farmers and weavers, who were taxed exorbitant amounts by the British Empire. Such tyrannical abuses of power is why we fought the Revolutionary War. But flash forward two hundred years. Big oil companies and big tobacco companies partnered with the Koch brothers and formed the Tea Party. If you combined the wealth of the two Koch brothers you might have the wealthiest fortune in the world. These three massive financial powerhouses formed the Tea Party because they didn’t like so much of their wealth going to pay for our schools and roads.

This is from the ‘about us’ page on teaparty.org.

The Tea Party is a grassroots movement that calls awareness to any issue which challenges the security, sovereignty, or domestic tranquility of our beloved nation, the United States of America. From our founding, the Tea Party represents the voice of the true owners of the United States: WE THE PEOPLE.

TeaParty.org was created on: September 2nd, 2004. Many claim to be the founders of this movement; however, it was the brave souls of the men and women in 1773, known today as the Boston Tea Party, who dared to defy the greatest military might on earth. We are the beneficiaries of their courage.

The Tea Party is a grassroots movement that calls awareness to any issue which challenges the security, sovereignty, or domestic tranquility of our beloved nation, the United States of America. From our founding, the Tea Party represents the voice of the true owners of the United States: WE THE PEOPLE.

TeaParty.org was created on: September 2nd, 2004. Many claim to be the founders of this movement; however, it was the brave souls of the men and women in 1773, known today as the Boston Tea Party, who dared to defy the greatest military might on earth. We are the beneficiaries of their courage.

The Tea Party includes those who possess a strong belief in the foundational Judeo-Christian values embedded in our great founding documents. We believe the responsibility of our beloved nation is etched upon the hearts of true American Patriots from every race, religion, national origin, and walk of life sharing a common belief in the values which made and keep our beloved nation great. This belief led to the creation of the modern-day Tea Party.

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If you believe that, then there is a bridge in China I’d love to sell you!

The real kicker, is that the majority of Republican votes come from the uneducated middle/lower class, from whom these benefits were being stripped from!

Such deception does not last forever. Maintaining loyalty with lies, requires a very articulated web. These uneducated voters have been tricked and manipulated for so long, that eventually the nationally accepted information found in newspapers and on cable news shows is dismissed as lies. Lie to me for so long, and eventually I won’t believe you! Most Trump supporters do not even like Fox News anymore.

“Whatever happens, I think it’s going to be very hard for the Republican party to go back to the agenda it had before,” said Gary Bauer, a conservative activist.

According to the typical uneducated Trumpkin, the only reliable source of information now, are those outlandish conspiracy theory websites. In fact, many of these loyal Trumpkins are so skeptical of any conventional source of news, that Trump has rebuilt his cabinet with the largest names in this Republican conspiracy world.

Steve Bannon, for example, is the architect of Breitbart, an ultra conservative web site, that many brain washed Republicans accept as fact. He was recently chosen by Trump as the “campaign CEO”. Another selected top adviser, was recently fired top Fox News Roger Ailes. There is  a reason why Trump chose the two largest names in the Republican conspiracy galaxy as his top two campaign advisers!

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In a push to serve the elite, the Republican politicians have thrown the majority of Republicans down to the floor. Now that they are on their feet again, they won’t go back to the Republicans and they sure as heck fire won’t go to the Democrats.

No better example of how far Donald Trump has tossed the typical uneducated Republican, than how the image of Fox News, in the eyes of the conservative, has been tarnished.

Fox News is being ripped apart by conservatives from both sides of the aisle. Mark Levin, a talk-radio host, labeled Fox as “a Donald Trump Super PAC…not a news channel.” Evidence – remember when Donald Trump accused Ted Cruz’ father of having something to do with J.F.K.’s assassination? As if Breitbart uncovered some evidence looked over by fifty years of FBI investigations. Clearly, such a crazy conspiracy theory deserves no place but in the cell of some weird comic book, but Fox News’ anchors actually presented this like a real news story! Glenn Beck, even accused the network of using some lighting tricks to make The Donald look more presidential during interviews.

Donald Trump, left, speaks as Ted Cruz, center, and Jeb Bush look on during the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Venetian Hotel & Casino on Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)

When Glenn Beck distrusts Fox News, then the Republican is fishing in shallow water.

David French wrote in The National Review, that Fox is “killing the conservative movement” the network “has constructed a big beautiful and lucrative gated community – a comfortable conservative cocoon” in which Republicans “persuade each other of the rightness of their ideas…But they never get a chance to preach to the unconverted.”

No party can win the popular vote in such an idyllic fashion.

Never before in the Republican party has there been such a split over a presidential nominee. Even the Republican National Committee is turning their back on The Donald. The RNC scrapped plans to praise The Donald’s YUGE immigration speech, after the nominee continued his disgustingly racist slam on illegals and even suggested deporting Hillary Clinton!?

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Despite the RNC and Trump assuring the public that the relationship is fine between the two, Priebus has told some Republicans that he is “disappointed” with the candidate’s refusal “to evolve”. Though he has denied such quotes.

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is warning that Trump could cost Republicans control of the House.

“The conclusion has become that the guy is incorrigible,” said Thomas M. Davis III, a former House member from Virginia who is still close to many of the party’s leaders. “He’s going to leave our candidates with no choice but to go their own separate way.”

With erratic Trump at the helm of the Republican party, many Republicans are forced to go on their own or face an inevitable demise.

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