Republican “All Lives Don’t Matter” Party

As evidence, I present, Gerrymandering, Citizens United, and Voter Suppression. I rest my case. Donald Trump struck Texas Tea and Black Gold when he betrayed Republicans by speaking publicly what Republicans only said in private, behind closed doors, and under the radar about Hispanic immigrants. Every astute observer knows that one of the prerequisites of being a Republican is speaking from both sides of your mouth. “Donald Trump’s Betrayal” is a cash cow for Literary Entrepreneurs. Betrayal this epic, fuels the movies, books, plays, poetry, news, and blogging industries. In other words, opportunities for thousands of people. It’s a win, win. ;-D

Listen, there’s a Twilight Zone episode titled, “It’s a Good Life,” where a narcissistic six-year-old boy dominates an entire town. In my new version, there’s a narcissistic sixty-nine-year old man who dominates the Republican Party. Can you guess where I’m going? Yea buddy, you know him as Donald Trump. C’mon, you have to appreciate that finally the Republicans have an adversary that has no conscience, and is constantly threatening them. Trump is a nightmare for Republicans because he’s a mirror image of them. Just like when Republicans had no conscience and constantly threatening to “repeal” Obamacare, or end Medicaid, and/or Social Security, well guess what, karma is a bitch.

Alright, Ted Cruz so far, has vindicated me. Ted Cruz betrayed Mitch McConnell, Trump style. Back on November 4, 2010, Mitch McConnell lied to the National Journal, “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president. You have to admit, knowing that Ted Cruz publicly betrayed Mitch McConnell, was another gift from Donald Trump to Literary Entrepreneurs. Don’t worry, there are many more Republicans who will publicly betray another Republicans. Truth be told, “Donald Trump’s Betrayal” is history in the making.

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