Why Donald Trump is Bad for the Conservative Movement
As you may know, Donald Trump is now being considered the frontrunner for the GOP Presidential candidacy. That is not only bad news for the GOP, but the conservative movement as a whole. In case you didn’t know, in a 1998 interview for People Magazine, he said this about a potential GOP run:
If I were to run, I’d run as a Republican. They’re the dumbest group of voters in the country. They believe anything on Fox News. I could lie and they’d still eat it up. I bet my numbers would be terrific.
So you see a pattern here, Trump is pretty much running as a Republican to make every single Christian and conservative in America look bad. The candidacy was pretty much created by mainstream society as a way to stereotype small-government supporters and anyone who votes Republican as racist, xenophobic, homophobic, and anything the media and entertainment can stereotype traditional Americans as. It’s a way to say goodbye to traditional America and our Judeo-Christian heritage. This is exactly what the media wants, and if we as conservatives don’t do something about it, they will indeed get their wish.
What the Quinnipiac poll says about our society is this. If Trump indeed becomes the GOP presidential candidate, the conservative movement in America is toast, and it will lead the way to either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders becoming president, and the USA we know will be gone forever. That’s exactly what the media and Hollywood – not to mention our modern society as a whole – want. In their worldview, if you don’t like Hillary Clinton, you’re a misogynist. If you are a Christian here in America, you are branded as homophobic, xenophobic, or whatever. If you are against illegal immigration, then you are for “white privilege”.
You see what’s in play here. If Ben Carson or Ted Cruz got the nomination, that would prove that the GOP is not the party of “old white men”, but with Donald Trump – an obnoxious character who is only a household name because he hosted a reality show being the front-runner, this can only spell trouble. The main reason he’s being considered the front runner right now is because this can be a way for the media to paint the GOP as the party of “old white men”. Nothing more. Ben Carson and Ted Cruz aren’t actual minorities according to the left either, because they are not “authentic” (in other words, don’t come here illegally, or are not hip-hop thugs, etc.) and act like “Uncle Toms”. Trump’s nomination is indeed going to destroy the GOP. Either we stop him, or else the conservative movement, and the Republican Party as a whole, will no longer have any power to stop the radical change the left wants to impose on this country.