Stopping Trump: The nervous cries of entrenched interests

Stopping Trump: The nervous cries of entrenched interests

The elites and entrenched interests keep trying to push Donald Trump out of the lead, and they keep failing.

WASHINGTON, March 10, 2016 – Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto joined the chorus of U.S. media pundits and Republican and Democratic party luminaries to say GOP presidential frontrunner Donald J. Trump is the equivalent of Germany’s military expansionist and genocidal maniac Adolf Hitler.

Trump’s crime, of course, is his pledge to secure America’s southern border so as to prevent Mexico from using the United States as a safety valve against social unrest aimed at its corrupt, bought-and-paid-for government.

“For many years,” reads an entry on Trump’s campaign web site, “Mexico’s leaders have been taking advantage of the United States by using illegal immigration to export crime and poverty in their own country (as well as other Latin American countries). They have even published pamphlets on how to illegally immigrate to the United States.”

And a study by Judicial Watch concludes that “non-citizens’ votes have changed significant election outcomes including the assignment of North Carolina’s 2008 electoral votes [that decide who will be president of the United States], and the pivotal Minnesota Senate victory of Democrat Al Franken in 2008.”

A few days ago, Hortensia Villegas, a Mexican citizen that has resided legally in the U.S. for a decade, told the New York Times she is applying for U.S. citizenship.

“I want to vote so Donald Trump won’t win,” she told the Times. Immigration activists helped her fill out a citizenship application, ironically, at a Denver union hall.

“A majority of Latinos are Democrats, and some Republicans accuse the White House of leading a thinly veiled effort to expand the ranks of the president’s party,” said the Times.

Last October, California’s Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1461, which allows anyone that receives or renews a driver’s license to register to vote.

True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht, who the Obama administration targeted for IRS harassment, said California’s heavily Democratic legislature made “an already bad situation much, much worse,” adding that California currently lacks the necessary safeguards “to keep noncitizens off the voter rolls.”

While Democrats work to fundamentally transform America utilizing a south-of-the-border, bottom-up strategy, Republican elites hope to bring change from the top on down.

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Last weekend, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tesla Motors and SpaceX founder Elon Musk, Google co-founder Larry Page and New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger – to name but a few – met at the luxurious Sea Island resort in Georgia with Bush-family Svengali Karl Rove, GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to coordinate a strategy to stop Donald J. Trump from winning the Republican presidential nomination.

Democratic socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the U.S. economy is “rigged.” What Bernie doesn’t realize is that it’s America’s two-party political economy that is rigged.

Sanders never really threatened to overturn the bipartisan cabal driving America toward national suicide. Donald Trump’s candidacy, on the other hand, can do just that.

It’s been impossible for certain billionaires, with the aid of their corrupt political and media toadies, to push billionaire Trump off his immigration message.

And while some work feverishly to give illegal aliens the right to vote, others gather at a posh resort to coordinate plans to launch the largest political smear campaign in American history.

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