Why Establishment Republicans Have Joined Democrats in Opposing Donald Trump

ELDER PATRIOT – There is a concern among many voters that because Donald Trump is opposed by certain big name Republicans he is unworthy of the presidency. The fact that so many members of the Elite Republican Guard believe that Hillary Clinton is an acceptable alternative should raise questions among those voters as to what makes Trump so unacceptable to them.

After all, these Republican kingpins are all on record as having previously claimed Hillary Clinton is the least accomplished and most corrupt person ever to run for the presidency. So what gives?

In only seven and a half minutes Judge Andrew Napolitano explains that our choice is not Republicans versus Democrats, nor Conservatives versus Progressives, but the lying, self-serving political class versus Donald Trump.

If you doubt that there is a ruling class who care more about them selves than they care about you ask yourself why these previously staunch Republicans are willing to put aside their opposition to abortion, attacks on gun rights, irresponsible fiscal policy, high taxes, lax law enforcement and soft punishment, drugs, Common Core, the ban on opening America’s energy resources, stifling regulations, the war on religion and families, trade deals that favor our foreign partners and that make America subservient to foreign tribunals (a direct threat to our nation’s sovereignty,) and Obamacare?

This signals almost a complete capitulation to the Progressive agenda except for the single issue that bonds these Republicans with their Democrat counterparts. And, it is that issue that identifies them as members of the self-serving political class. That issue is delivering American sovereignty to the altar of a globalist, one-world government that increases their power, the power of their corporate puppet masters, and the power of out of control international bankers that are funding the entire effort. The blurring of national identities is fundamental to their plans and unregulated, unfettered immigration is one flank of that effort in reaching that goal.

Nothing serves to highlight Donald Trump’s fight against these entrenched interests than comparing the commercials that he and Hillary are running in battleground states. Trump’s current ad addresses real issues that Hillary and those Republicans supporting her had assiduously avoided until Trump forced these issues into the forefront when he entered the race in June of 2015. It remains the single issue that establishment Republicans and Democrats would rather not discuss:

Meanwhile, Mrs. Clinton’s ad, running concurrently in the same states insults the intelligence of her target audience because there is almost no substance to the ad.

Trump outsourced the production of his clothing line, so what? This is exactly what the Globalists like Mrs. Clinton claim is so good for our economy, cheap goods from foreign countries. Virtually the entire American textile industry has been forced to do the same thing because of the ruling elite’s fiscal and regulatory policies that they have imposed on companies trying to do business in the United States at the behest (that means payoffs) of corporation and foreign countries.

Mrs. Clinton’s ad is nothing more than an attempt at a personal attack on Donald Trump and it is not substantive in any way. It is, after all, an attack on her opponent who followed the policies that has been enriching her for decades.

The contrasting ads strongly suggests the Globalists have found themselves out of bullets and that, of the two candidates, only Donald Trump is speaking to issues of significance to the American people.

This makes it clearer than ever that the only ideology that this election will decide is whether the United States remains a sovereign and independent country or if we surrender our freedoms to foreign control.

This is not the first time America has been forced to make this decision. Ronald Reagan boldly summoned a waning American spirit a half-century ago in his speech “A Time for Choosing:”

“This is the issue of this election: whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capitol can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves.”

And, just as they oppose Donald Trump today, the Republican elites opposed Reagan.  Like Trump, Reagan dared challenge the self-serving politicians of his day:

“I’d like to suggest there is no such thing as a left or right. There’s only an up or down: [up] man’s old—old-aged dream, the ultimate in individual freedom consistent with law and order, or down to the ant heap of totalitarianism.”