A slew of Republicans from Jason Chaffetz to Mitt Romney to Dana Perino to the Bush family have said they won’t vote for Trump. Paul Ryan won’t defend him. Mitch McConnell won’t talk about him.
The RNC has redirected funds from the presidential race to down ticket contests. Republican donors have given up trying to raise money for him and many have demanded a refund.
Trump has no ground game, no advertising budget, has pulled out of Virginia, and is losing ALL of the swing states in every poll.
He is getting his ass stomped to pieces with every demographic except white men without an education. Every time he opens his mouth, he reveals what an ugly, reprehensible, morally bent fraud he really is. He lives in a universe of delusions:
– “Nobody has more respect for women than me.”
– “Nobody knows more about taxes.”
– “Nobody knows more about debt.”
– “Nobody knows more about banking.”
– “There’s nobody bigger or better at the military than I am.”
– “Nobody knows more about trade than me.”
– “There’s nobody who understands the horror of nuclear more than me.”
His running mate and all of his blathering surrogates have been reduced to walking back Trump’s insane rhetoric and trying to downplay his boasting about sexual assault.
Trump has been endorsed by ONE (1) single newspaper in America, a cheap rag in Santa Barbara that doesn’t even explain why they support him. The rest – every single major newspaper in America – has endorsed his opponent while describing him as an unqualified, ignorant, tacky and contemptible existential threat to political commonwealth.
But Trump insists that the ONLY way he can lose the election is if black people steal it by each voting multiple times, and urges his rancid followers to hang about the polls watching those “other communities” to ensure his delusional expectation of victory is not ripped from his stubby little fingers.
If this ain’t technically treason, it damn well ought to be.