This week history was made from within the Republican party. Donald Trump, the presumptive republican presidential nominee, broke the Republican Primary vote record by 1.4 million votes. Former President George W. Bush received 12,000,000 in the year 2000. Donald Trump received a total of 13,406,108 votes, more votes than any other candidate in the history of the Republican party. This past Tuesday marked the end to a long hard fought battle for the Republican nomination of president. Seventeen total candidates, one man left standing, and that man is Donald Trump. In the end, the race wasn't much of a contest at all. However, candidates Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Marco Rubio, and Governor John Kasich gave it their best shots. Unfortunately their best shots were not enough against the all too popular candidate Donald Trump. The race was one in which millions of dollars were spent, but the candidate with the most money was not the candidate who won. In fact,the candidate with the most money from both donors and super pacs went down pretty fast. That candidate was former Governor Jeb Bush who had in total $87,028,887, proving that the man with the most campaign cash is not necessarily the man who wins. No, Donald Trump spent around $55 million of his own money, and won. He won because the people wanted him to win. He won due to Donald Trump speaking a language everyone could hear and understand. He spoke out of anger. He spoke out of frustration. He spoke out of fear. He spoke the truth. Donald Trump spoke what the people in this country have been saying and thinking for the past seven and a half years. The people of this country have been lied to, they have been misled, and they have been ignored. With Donald Trump the people had a voice, and they knew their voice had been heard.
While Donald Trump is no doubt the candidate of the people, including republicans, democrats, and independents, he is not the candidate for all. Unfortunately just as the Democrat presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton has an annoyance in her opposing candidate, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump has an annoyance in the washed up, failed former presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. This weekend Mitt Romney is said to be hosting and speaking at an anti-Trump Summit. Over 13 million voters cast their votes for Donald Trump and a former failed Presidential nominee is speaking out? Perhaps Mitt Romney is undergoing some sort of a failed presidential candidate crisis, I don't know. What I do know is that Mitt Romney is rattled, he is envious, and he is angered. He is clearly a man that can not stand the fact that Donald Trump, a former campaign donor of his, may actually win the presidency. It is actually all too amusing. It is amusing as I personally find the old cronies of the Republican establishment laughable. Someone who has never been in politics has managed to not only break into the game of politics, but win at the game of politics. The fact that Donald Trump has come out of nowhere and managed to win the nomination for President is just positively unnerving to many. Perhaps all at this so called anti- Trump Summit should take note. They should take note in that the American people are sick and tired of the politicians whom they elected doing nothing. The people elected these so called conservatives to do a job and that job is not being done. If their jobs had been done, perhaps we the people would have elected a politician.
The last politician I voted for was Mitt Romney, and he failed me. He failed me and he failed the American people who voted for him. Frankly seeing Mitt Romney address fellow Republicans on how terrible Trump would be as President makes me sick! It makes me sick as he all but kissed Barrack Obama's derriere during his failed campaign. Mitt Romney lost an election that was his for the taking. He failed miserably. He just couldn't attack President Obama over Benghazi, he picked an equally as meek running mate in Paul Ryan, and he lost. America does not care what a frustrated, jealous-has-been of a politician has to say .We the people have had it with the Republican and Democratic parties. We the people want Donald Trump! No amount of bashing, bullying, or bad mouthing will steer the people away from a candidate they feel will work for them. Donald Trump said it best in his most Presidential moment to date, "And now, I’m going to fight for you, the American people like nobody has ever fought before. And I’m not a politician fighting, I’m me. You’re going to see some real good things happen." Donald Trump is the man whom the people truly believe has the capacity and know how to "Make America Great Again". With over 13 million people behind him, I strongly suggest that Mitt Romney, and his fellow anti Trumpers get on the #Trump Train. The people have spoken, and spoken in mass, and the Republicans need to embrace that, and support the most popular Republican Presidential Nominee ever, Donald Trump!
(c)Sean Bianca GOPGIRLBLOG 2016