A good friend in New Mexico sent me a link to a website I’m not sure I’ve visited previously and still don’t know anything about. Nevertheless, two things from the page I visited stand out. First, this paragraph (from this article) that was quoted there:
What so frightens the conservative movement about Trump’s success is that he reveals just how thin the support for their ideas really is. His campaign is a rebuke to their institutions. It says the Republican Party doesn’t need all these think tanks, all this supposed policy expertise. It says look at these people calling themselves libertarians and conservatives, the ones in tassel-loafers and bow ties. Have they made you more free? Have their endless policy papers and studies and books conserved anything for you? These people are worthless. They are defunct. You don’t need them, and you’re better off without them.
Anyone that has spent any time on my website knows I love the think tanks and the materials they produce, but the above point is another way of articulating what I call our side’s failure in the information war.
Next, from the same website was a long page of pictures of Trump rallies — here are just a few — visit this page to see more of them.
All images are from theconservativetreehouse.com.