Heretofore I have not chosen to leave the Republican Party and become an Independent, because we have an excellent local representative, Congressman Bill Posey, and equally fine elected state and local Republican officials. However, if Mr. Trump is defeated on November 8th, my wife and I definitely plan to leave the party and encourage others to do the same; because the Republican Party will have defied the will of the people it represents and once more defeated their nominated candidate for the office of president. In addition, we will encourage Mr. Trump to form a new party and invite right thinking Republicans and Democrats—patriots—to join.
If the Republican Party’s leadership wants to save the party, they must expel every member who as publicly denounced Mr. Trump and demand all elected Republicans support their candidate or leave the party. Governor Scott, whom we have supported, denounced Mr. Trump over an eleven year-old open mike tape. We will never vote for him again. Senator Rubio has had the good sense to remain silent, and therefore he will receive our vote.
The Republican Party leadership seems fixated on defeating Mr. Trump, claiming supporting him will cost them House and Senate seats. Maintaining the status quo and remaining in power is more important to the elitist few, rather than saving the Republic. I am therefore calling on real Republicans not to vote for any Republican who has withdrawn support for the party’s candidate, Mr. Trump. This includes Speaker Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
To quote a paragraph from our book, America Reborn, where the statutory president is addressing a governor’s conference to discuss reelecting the government,
“It has been my observation, as a military officer, and recently as a member of President Rodman’s Cabinet, that the business of the people is often in conflict with the business of the Democratic and Republican parties. When this occurs, and it occurs altogether too often, the people’s business suffers. I have witnessed political vendettas ruin the lives of good men and women, block appointments of qualified people, and produce laws contrary to the best interests of the people.”
This is where we find ourselves today. Pride goes before the fall—so does false moral outrage. Fake, hysterical outrage over locker room bantering by their candidate while failing to mention Lyndon Johnson’s and Hillary Clinton’s fowl mouth.
The Republican Party is self destructive—suicidal. If it continues to support Hillary Clinton’s election as our next president, perhaps it is time for the party to complete the act.