The Never Trump Movement Is Anti-American And Hypocritical

Here are some tough words from someone who admits he’s not a fan of Trump — first, here’s the writer’s bio:

Grant Stinchfield is the evening drive time conservative talk show host in Dallas, Texas, on 570 KLIF, a Cumulus Station. Grant is also a business owner, operating both a large auto care

Here is the opening of the article:

We only have two choices for president. We must pick the better of the two. It really is that simple.

Far too many of my ultra-conservative colleagues are acting exactly like the party elitists they purport to despise. They didn’t get their way, so they throw a temper tantrum. Let the whining and crying begin. I don’t have time for it. I beg of you, get over it.

I’m tired of reading how the Republican Party is now “screwed.” Another headline warns, “It’s Time to Assume We’re Already Dead.” Give me a break! The Tea Party movement is alive and well here in Texas and beyond.

Ted Cruz lost. Donald Trump won. They both played by the rules. That’s how a campaign works. We have winners and losers. Instead of moving on and backing the chosen nominee, these anti-American Never Trumpers now want to scream and moan about how stupid the American voters are. It’s an arrogant response that sounds eerily similar to John Boehner and Mitch McConnell’s response after the rise of the Tea Party. They even sound like my seven-year-old son when I told him he could not have two cookies. He looked at me and pouted, “Then I don’t want any!”

Stop Being Sore Losers

This goes for you too, Speaker Ryan. You may not like it, but Trump is the boss now. It’s his party to lead. Ryan claims Trump “inherited” the party of Lincoln and Reagan. In reality, Trump won it in decisive fashion. The Never Trumpers like Ryan refuse to talk about reality. Trump has already surpassed 10 million votes. That’s more than Mitt Romney’s primary vote total from 2012 as well as John McCain’s from 2008.

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