It’s getting REALLY UGLY Folks! The party elites, better known as Republicans In Name Only or simply RINOs aren’t going down without a fight!
Seventy turncoat Republican elites are organizing a letter urging RNC Chairman Reince Priebus to defund Donald Trump this election cycle.
Shortly after receiving this letter, Reince Priebus attended two Trump rallies in Pennsylvania, for the first time where he reiterated his strong support for Donald Trump and denounced any plotting attempts against him.
He attended a rally in Erie and one in Altoona, both in Pennsylvania. Reince Priebus is actually turning out to be a great guy who respects the people and their votes for Donald Trump.
During his speech in Erie, Reince told the voters that he “is honored to be working with Donald Trump” and that “Trump raised money for the Republican Party, a huge sum of $82 million in July alone, to beat Hillary Clinton”. Reince also slammed the corrupt one-sided Democratic-controlled media and called on the voters to put Donald Trump in the White House instead of Crooked Hillary Clinton.
During his speech in Altoona, Reince told the voters the exact same thing he told the Erie voters and again reiterated his strong support for Donald Trump. Reince Priebus is thus subtly telling those 70 RINO traitors to go f**k themselves and that he is not going to play their dirty games. After all look what happened to DNC’s Debbie Wasserman Schultz when she was caught colluding with Clinton scumbags against Bernie Sanders…
These Republicans want Hillary Clinton, arguably the most corrupt presidential candidate in history, in the White House.
And these Republicans are spitting in the face of the record-number of voters who supported Donald Trump in the GOP primary this year.
One top Republican told FOX News that Donald Trump is raising money for Republican candidates — not the other way around.
More than 70 Republicans have signed an open letter to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus urging him to stop spending any money to help Donald Trump win in November and shift those contributions to Senate and House races.
The letter comes as a number of Republican senators and high-profile GOP national security officials have come forward saying they cannot vote for Trump.
“We believe that Donald Trump’s divisiveness, recklessness, incompetence, and record-breaking unpopularity risk turning this election into a Democratic landslide, and only the immediate shift of all available RNC resources to vulnerable Senate and House races will prevent the GOP from drowning with a Trump-emblazoned anchor around its neck,” states a draft of the letter obtained by POLITICO. “This should not be a difficult decision, as Donald Trump’s chances of being elected president are evaporating by the day.”
Former Sen. Gordon Humphrey of New Hampshire and former Reps. Chris Shays of Connecticut, Tom Coleman of Missouri and Vin Weber of Minnesota are among the Republicans lending their name to the letter. Close to 20 of the co-signers are former RNC staffers, including Mindy Finn (former RNC chief digital strategist), Christine Iverson Gunderson (former RNC press secretary), Virginia Hume Onufer (former RNC deputy press secretary), Beth Miller (former RNC field communications division director), Heather Layman (former deputy press secretary), B. Jay Cooper (former RNC communications director under four chairmen) and Patrick Ruffini (former RNC ecampaign director).
Republican Andrew Weinstein, a vocal anti-Trump Republican, is one of the operatives organizing the letter, which began circulating earlier this week and is expected to be sent next week. Weinstein served as director of media relations for the Dole/Kemp presidential campaign and was deputy press secretary to then-House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
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