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Trump’s endorsement of Globalist puppet, Paul Ryan, before WI primary is over, might cause him to lose millions of voters and possibly lose the election

Posted on | August 6, 2016 | 31 Comments

Trump’s endorsement of Globalist puppet, Paul Ryan, before WI primary is over, might cause him to lose millions of voters and possibly lose the election

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Veteran TV journalist, Lou Dobbs said it well: Paul Ryan, Kochs, Clinton are on one team- the Globalists playing against us, Americans.

People who are not in a zombie stupor, understand it and for that reason they are supporting Trump and supporting challengers to globalist puppets, Paul Ryan, John McCain and Kelly Ayotte.

Unfortunately, Trump made a Huuuuge mistake by endorsing these establishment politicians before the primaries in their respective states are over.

What Trump should have done in order to keep the party unity, was stay neutral during primaries. Trump should have stated that both Paul Ryan and his challenger, Paul Nehlen, supported him. Both, Ryan’s and Nehlen’s supporters have supported Trump, volunteered for him and donated to Trump’s campaign.  Trump should have stated that he will stay neutral until the primaries are over, he will let Democracy work, he will let the voters make their choice and he will support the winner of the Republican primary in the general election. So, in this scenario, people who support the challengers to the establishment politicians, would not have been angered. They would have stated: Trump was neutral until the primaries are over and after the primaries we will unite.

Now, after the premature endorsement, millions of Trump’s supporters are extremely disappointed, frustrated and angered. They see Trump as a sell out. Cozying up to party bosses and to our ruling globalist mafia will not motivate people to vote for Trump. Because people saw McCain and Romney as globalists, as corrupt as Obama, as sold out as Obama, people didn’t care to vote for McCain and Romney. Rush Limbaugh made an analysis and in his opinion Romney lost because 4-5 million Republicans simply didn’t care to go out and vote. If Trump continues listening to his advisers and cozying up to our globalist ruling organized crime, he will not motivate the voters to go out and vote for him.

Courageous leaders, like Ann Coulter, Phyllis Schlafly, Sarah Palin and Michelle Malkin, who helped Trump get the nomination, are campaigning for Ryan’s challenger, Paul Nehlen. Trump’s endorsement of Paul Ryan before the primary is over, undermined all of their efforts, all of their hard work. He undermined his biggest supporters for nothing, for no reason at all, as he could call for party unity in just 4 days, after the Wisconsin primary is over. Further, Globalist puppet, Paul Ryan, will not be a good governing partner for Trump, should Trump get elected.

Moreover, endorsement of Ryan will not endear Bernie Sanders’s voters either. In my opinion, this was a stupid move, which will not help Trump in any way and may cause him to lose the election.

As of late, I’ve seen more and more influence of the establishment on Trump and there is nothing positive about that.

I am 99% sure that Paul Ryan will collude with the most anti-American and treasonous globalist puppet, Barack Obama, and together they will pass the most anti-American and treasonous trade deal, TPP, which will send millions of American jobs to countries like Vietnam, where the average salary is 50 cents an hour. I believe, Ryan and Obama will pass this anti-American trade deal in the dark of the night, a day before Christmas, when people are busy and not paying attention.

I believe, that if Trump is serious about winning, he needs to do 2 things:

  1. he needs to go back to the issues that gave him the nomination, namely, end illegal immigration, build the border wall and end all of the free trade agreements,which bankrupted this nation and robbed millions of Americans of their jobs and wages. He will need to regain the trust of his supporters and it will not be easy after the stunt that he pulled today.
  2. he needs to put his money where his mouth is. In the beginning of the campaign Trump said that he will put as much as a billion dollars into this campaign in order to beat Hillary. Now is the time to do so, as Hillary is leading because millions of dollars worth of negative commercials pounding on Trump. It is time for Trump to start running his negative ads and beat Hillary.

Comments

31 Responses to “Trump’s endorsement of Globalist puppet, Paul Ryan, before WI primary is over, might cause him to lose millions of voters and possibly lose the election”

  1. Starlight
    August 6th, 2016 @ 7:09 am

    Did I not read a few days ago that Pence endorsed Ryan, first? Or was that someone
    else that was not on Trump’s okay list?
    The headline was that it was Pence
    splitting from Trump.

  2. Lorene B
    August 6th, 2016 @ 7:17 am

    The last thing he should do is endorse Ryan, Pence did it already, that should be enough.

  3. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    August 6th, 2016 @ 7:38 am

    yes, it was Pence

  4. Rich
    August 6th, 2016 @ 7:49 am

    There are deficit spending financed forces at work to divide the conservatives. Trump is trying to unite the conservative movement in order to win. He said from the outset that he was willing to do what it takes to make America Great Again. We must not allow the media and special interests to entice us to shoot ourselves in the foot. Trump is trying to be fair and to do the right thing while still reaching the main goal of rescuing this once great nation from the hands of the evil that is currently destroying us.

  5. Extirpates
    August 6th, 2016 @ 8:40 am

    Trump is able to snag defeat from the arms of victory!

  6. Rich
    August 6th, 2016 @ 8:54 am

    Trump has made it very clear to Pence and everyone in earshot exactly where he stands on the issues. That is what we should be making the focal point and that is the only thing we should be talking about. To do otherwise is the only way we can lose the election.

  7. Brian
    August 6th, 2016 @ 9:13 am

    I think that because of a bad week last week Trump was high-pressured into these endorsements to project unity and so he held his nose and did them. I hope that people will realize this. But Orly is right. Under the circumstances, with Trump supporters on both sides, he should have stayed neutral for at least a few more days.

    “I need a Republican Senate and a House to accomplish all the changes we have to make,” added Trump, who also said “my 80 percent friend is not my 20 percent enemy,” a phrase attributed to Ronald Reagan . . . but even then, as Orly says “Globalist puppet, Paul Ryan, will not be a good governing partner for Trump, should Trump get elected.”

    Orly, I wish you were a Trump adviser instead of some the clown’s who appear to be influencing him right now!

  8. bob69
    August 6th, 2016 @ 9:35 am

    Considering the choices, as long as Trump does not endorse Hillary, I’ll be voting for him.

  9. Jerry G
    August 6th, 2016 @ 10:35 am

    Trump did what he did because he had to. He would be called hypocritical in calling for party unity by not endorsing someone who had already endorsed him…although begrudgingly.American history is replete with politicians who hated each other personally but stood together to win votes. A notorious example of that of course was JFK and LBJ.

  10. Alexander Gofen
    August 6th, 2016 @ 11:12 am

    I had suspected that Trump was a Plan C – and now alas more and more proofs mounts on. The very fact WHICH kind of personalities are surfaced as contenders and present a choice for the “we the sheeple” now testifies that this nation does not deserve its further existence. If there remain any chances, only secession and dismantling of this gross sinful illegal entity into 50 separate states and redistribution of population by interests is a decent resolution of this unprecedented crisis.

  11. Davey Crockett
    August 6th, 2016 @ 11:29 am

    First, Trump turned down $200-M…so he can’t be bought!

    But he was probably having some fun, and was going to support them, anyway-???

    But…here’s how a lot of voters see Trump

    http://www.newsmax.com/Surveys/Results/id/323/

    I just got through with voting for another time.

  12. Paula Hoehn
    August 6th, 2016 @ 11:32 am

    Dear Orly,

    Paul Nehlen said Wisconsin GOP staffers kicked him out of a Donald Trump rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin Friday night, even though he had a ticket that he registered for online which granted him access to the rally.

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/08/06/wisconsin-gop-kicks-out-paul-ryans-challenger-from-trump-rally/#.

    Wisconsin GOP Kicks Out Paul Ryan’s Challenger From Trump Rally
    By Scott Greer, Deuty Editor
    1:52 AM 08/06/2016

    Excerpt:
    “Paul Nehlen, House Speaker Paul Ryan’s Republican primary challenger, was ejected by Wisconsin GOP staffers from a Donald Trump rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin Friday night.”

    ———
    Paula Hoehn

  13. speedie
    August 6th, 2016 @ 12:16 pm

    I am still voting for Trump, no matter what he says or who he endorses. Hillary would be a disaster for our country. I hope that people won’t turn away from Trump because of this endorsement.

  14. Virginia W.
    August 6th, 2016 @ 1:57 pm

    Completely agree w/speedie. The alternative to Donald Trump is disastrous for America. I believe the decision was purely strategic. Now the commies cannot bash him for non-unity via endless ads, at the debates, everywhere. Ryan might get ousted on Tuesday and Trump can surely remove him from speaker when he gets in White House. Trump didn’t turn $1M loan into $10B by being gullible, stupid, corrupt or bought. Just think of the witch’s voice and face all over your t.v. for the next 4-8 years. Not good.

    This is breaking Assange interview from today:
    https://www.rt.com/shows/going-underground/354847-wikileaks-dnc-leaks-russia/

  15. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    August 6th, 2016 @ 2:31 pm

    I will vote for Trump as well, however I am extremely disappointed by this stupid endorsement. He could have waited 4 more days to see how primary ends. If Nehlen wins, then it will look terrible for Trump in that Ryan lost in spite of Trump’s endorsement. If Ryan wins, it will look bad as well, as it will tell people that the globalist puppet won because Trump threw a patriot under the bus. Any way you look at it, it looks bad in the eyes of the patriots who gave Trump his nomination

  16. bob69
    August 6th, 2016 @ 3:08 pm

    Orly, I agree with your post number 13. It’s impossible for me to see an up-side to Trump endorsing Ryan, Trump winning the presidency was not helped by that move and if Ryan losses his primary it would have been a plus for Trump, now it will be seen as a negative after Ryan’s endorsement by Trump, and certainly the media will be beating up on The Donald if this happens. An illogical move was made by the Trump camp.

  17. Starlight
    August 6th, 2016 @ 3:50 pm

    I just submitted this post to Mr. Trump’s web site.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Mr. Trump HAS to have a method to the madness of him and Pence endorsing Paul Ryan.

    It possible is a huge mistake, and Dr. Taitz has commented on this on her web site. She is verywise and would make a super Attorney General for Mr. Trump, as many of us recommend.

    But aside from that, I am applauding Mr. Trump for his latest speech, which was
    delivered, as I modestly had suggested on Dr.Taitz’s site,3 days prior,

    w/o rancor, antagonism, or in a bombastic manner, but succinct, itemizing
    the sins of the opposition, and to the point, w/o being ungentlemanly.

    He is learning, I see, the value of being subdued but forceful at the same time.

    As for all the arrows thrown at him and his wife, who is an attribute for him,
    in many ways, it is like water off a duck’s back.

    The enemies are, as the prophecy stated so well, in 2011, ‘quaking and shaking’
    and do not know WHAT the heck to do next.. so they dredge up old tales of
    woe, which in the long run, mean nothing as far as Mr. Trump’s heart and soul
    for making America enviable and great again.

    Tell him to look for that prophecy, listen to it, and remember that he,as a Christian,
    is “protected by God’s feathers” and that when he is under God’s anointing,
    no weapon formed against him shall prosper.

    This country is in desperate need for a leader like him. He is only human,
    and he has many times, I am sure, when he wonders why he is in this
    journey which at times seems fool-hardy.

    He is in it, not necessarily from his own desires, but because it is God’s
    desire to rid this nation of corruption and greed and evil.

    God gave up on us, with Obama and his minions (of which there are
    MYRIADS from Congress to SCOTUS and all in between.)

    The prayers of the righteous have brought Mr. Trump to the forefront.

    And he is not called.. he is ‘chosen.’

    Mr. Trump is blessed among men. Rest and prayer, and you have it made
    in the upcoming election.

    I, and millions of us, wish it were now, not later.

    The rumor is that Obama is planning martial
    law and even cancelling the elections. We are aware of this.

    If he does this, there will be a war. Patriots will not tolerate another
    illegal month of this insane Muslim.

    Please refer to Dr. Taitz’s post .. she had once mentioned Jeff Sessions
    for some office.

    I am not really into this field of politics, but it is worth heeding her advice.

  18. RockSteady
    August 6th, 2016 @ 4:35 pm

    @ 10. Gofen

    If I recall, you’re a former(?) Soviet. How dare you say that the USA “does not deserve its further existence.” So why are you still here? Please take your whiny Komsomol sedition back to whatever Soviet craphole you came from. I’m sure Putin would welcome you as his chambermaid.

  19. Whoop D. Deaux
    August 6th, 2016 @ 4:46 pm

    At first I had the same disappointed reaction.

    These two articles show how brilliant Trump’s strategy is. Friends, he is way ahead of us.

    “Trump endorses Paul Ryan now, will deal with him later.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/08/06/trump-endorses-paul-ryan-now-deal-later-2/

    “Necessary Trump endorsements to stop media’s ‘disunity’ narrative.”

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/08/06/necessary-trump-endorsements-to-avoid-disunity-media-narratives-2/

  20. Dr Bob
    August 6th, 2016 @ 5:06 pm

    Trump was in a no win situation as Ryan is so far ahead in his re-election bid.

    Trump has to work with Ryan if he wins.

    I know Trump will say the words “Your’Fired” when the time is right.

    On all Super Bowl teams you have the situation where not all the players like each other. Sort of grin and bear it for now.

    Just my 2¢ worth.

  21. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    August 6th, 2016 @ 5:43 pm

    trump cannot fire Ryan, he cannot remove him from the position of the Speaker. My point is that trump should have waited 4 more days until the primary is over before endorsing Ryan

  22. Alexander Gofen
    August 6th, 2016 @ 6:01 pm

    For RockSteady: Even the Soviet Union, the dirty evil empire, managed to expose (some of) Stalin’s crimes in the ends of the 1950s. True, Stalin already was dead, though all his henchmen and the party and all the rest were all in place as before. And yet they did expose a lot and partially repent.

    Now here, America, the best achievement of humanity, bright city on the hill, since 2008 is taken by a usurper, a UFO (Unidentified Foreign Operative), helped by treason of all three branches of the government top down, and old parties. America is going to quietly swallow and bury this mega crime. Therefore this nation will forever remain in history with its indelible dishonor of the last decades: From the stained dress of Ms. Lewinsky to the soiled pants of the entire nation. For it will be the first time in history when the greatest treason and dictatorship have succeeded without violence, with the freedom of speech in place, but unused; with the 2nd Amendment still valid, but not one shot fired… If nothing else, this alone throws the civilization centuries back, because as Prof. Victor Hanson put it, “No law, no civilization”.

    For those still hoping in Trump, no ONE person (even a president) can save you from the disaster which is here due to your compliance and doing nothing for many decades – and due to your refusal to repent.

    As to your kind advice for me RockSteady, mind your business. We all finally report to our Creator…

  23. Alexander Zellbaum
    August 6th, 2016 @ 8:38 pm

    Trump endorsement of Paul Ryan and McCain is a sellout of the voters who support Trump.

    I contributed to Paul Nehlen campaign against Paul Ryan in Wisconsin.

    The sellout has begun with Trump making Pence the VP. Pence is friend wit Paul Ryan. Now Paul Ryan breaks Trump campaign.

    Trump is playing a baby in politics. Tis is surprising. Trump saw everything in politics for decades. Now Trump is getting played by Paul Ryan.

    What is the problem? Trump has a team that does not support Trump core values. So trump now departs from these values too. This is the rotten import from making Pence the VP.

    Where would Trump get votes now after these profound sellouts of Trump supporting voters?

  24. Richard
    August 6th, 2016 @ 10:38 pm

    I have emailed Donald trump at his email address info@donaldtrump.com probably a half a dozen tomes and they got back to me yesterday on this one. I sent him a comment that I have been posting on news stories about Obama executive orders on gun control.

    Here is the comment I sent him:

    Barack Obama says after every shooting or a terrorist attack about passing more gun control laws. He actually believes that criminals will obey the new law, when all it does is punish law abiding citizens. Here is a quote Obama said

    “In the days ahead, I intend to use whatever weight this office holds to make them a reality. If there’s even “one life” that can be saved, then we’ve got an obligation to try.”

    So Trump wants to save hundreds and maybe thousands of american lives by putting a temporary ban on muslims coming in as so called Syrian refugees that can’t be vetted. They are also coming in from Libya and other mid east muslim nations through Syria like Saudi Arabia and we know they have been infiltrated by ISIS and people are attacking Trump?

    I put in the subject line “IMPORTANT Use Obama’s own words against him and Hillary”
    They revised it more professionally it looks and got back to me. They replied,

    Re: IMPORTANT Use Obama’s own words against him and Hillary
    People

    Donald J. Trump for President
    Aug 6 at 12:00 PM

    To Rick

    Message body

    Good Afternoon Rick,

    Thank you so much for your support. We appreciate your advice and will definitely take it into consideration. Together we can Make America Great Again!

    Sincerely,

    Team Trump

    Paid for by Donald J. Trump for President Inc.

    From: Rick
    Sent: Tuesday, August 2, 2016 10:35 PM
    To: Donald J. Trump; Donald J. Trump for President
    Subject: IMPORTANT Use Obama’s own words against him and Hillary

    Obama said this in a speech about more restrictive gun rights legislation,
    President Obama said,
    “In the days ahead, I intend to use whatever weight this office holds to make them a reality. If there’s even one life that can be saved, then we’ve got an obligation to try.”

    So is banning immigrants now called refugees that even the FBI says they can’t vet and ISIS says they are infiltrating the Syrian refugees,
    there are going to be many americans killed here in terrorist attacks.. We have an obligation to try putting a hold on muslim refugees, if it
    will save “one life”

    So they do read the emails and get back to you if the subject can maybe be used that will have some impact on Obama and Hillary from other ones they receive? If you have suggestions email him. Every little bit can help get the traitors out of office.

  25. Rich
    August 7th, 2016 @ 4:23 am

    Ryan is not the problem, Trump is not the problem. The problem is the liberals have gotten some of us to bash ourselves not the liberals. The speakership does not control the borders the purse strings or anything else even with a conservative in office and especially if you have a lawless dictator in office.

  26. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    August 7th, 2016 @ 7:14 am

    Rich, Ryan is just as corrupt and on the take as Clinton and Dems

  27. Danny Stewart
    August 7th, 2016 @ 8:58 am

    I think there may be a mole in Trumps organization who is giving him bad advice on purpose.

  28. Starlight
    August 7th, 2016 @ 9:30 am

    This is a video showing Hillary’s strange facial movements, etc.. discussed by psychologists.

    I sent it to the info email that Rich gave.

    Maybe Mr. Trump knows, since he just commented on the fact that she is not ‘all there.’

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=video+on++hillary%27s+bizarre+behaviour&view=detail&mid=0959E70DEDEBF6BE4A870959E70DEDEBF6BE4A87&FORM=VIRE

  29. Starlight
    August 7th, 2016 @ 2:04 pm

    When you have about an hour to listen to this video, it would be an uplifting day for you who are uncertain about the choice of Mr. Trump for our true president.

    And if when listening, you scoff and deny its veracity, just remember that you did so,
    when November arrives and January is
    the month of release from captivity
    from corruption in high places.

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=2011+prophecy+of+trump+as+president&&view=detail&mid=2417B513A1CE60EBFBFA2417B513A1CE60EBFBFA&rvsmid=2417B513A1CE60EBFBFA2417B513A1CE60EBFBFA&fsscr=0&FORM=VDFSRV

  30. Stu
    August 7th, 2016 @ 6:23 pm

    Mr. Trump did what he had to do by endorsing Ryan, McCain, and Ayotte. He knows what he’s doing. Dr. Taitz mentioned this many times this past year about Mr. Trump, and that when he does or doesn’t do something to ‘be patient, Trump will know when the time is right’. (not exact words, but mighty close.

    We have to continue to believe in Mr. Trump and stop acting like the media if he does something we don’t approve of. It’s either support Trump or Hillary wins. I’ll take Trump any day, no matter what, we need to support him all the way. If you’re a true Trump supporter, you have to trust him and trust that he knows what he’s doing.

  31. Stu
    August 7th, 2016 @ 6:33 pm

    Unbiased Polls….

    http://www.longroom.com/polls/

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