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WILLFUL DELUSION: Statement from Conservatives Against Trump, by Erick Erickson

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By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

During the past few days several nauseating anti-Trump groups have held private meetings in Washington DC, Sea Island (off the coast of Georgia), Palm Beach– and God only knows where else!

These anti-Trump groups are growing like mushrooms in the dark and include the likes of billionaire hedge-fund guru, Paul Singer, a pro-LGBT activist who donated millions of dollars in support of Marco Rubio’s campaign.

Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, has also joined the anti-Trump movement by making public statements against Trump and by attending these private meetings.

These groups are spending obscene amounts of money (millions) in their dark, infested and foul attempt to obstruct Trump’s candidacy.

The very unpopular anti-Trump element, which also includes big government globalists like Mitt Romney, Lindsey Graham and Neil Bush, is united in spirit and action with the Marxists in the Democrat Party– in a complot to bring down Donald Trump’s triumphant campaign. Why? Because Trump is a threat to the mafiosi who have hijacked our government and have sold America to the global-socialists.

Erick Erickson, the self-proclaimed “conservative” (former editor-in-chief of the political blog RedState and former political contributor for CNN) has issued a laughable statement on behalf of Conservatives Against Trump:

Excerpt:

We believe that the issue of Donald Trump is greater than an issue of party. It is an issue of morals and character that all Americans, not just those of us in the conservative movement, must confront.

The rest of Erickson’s statement against Trump can be read on The Resurgent (18 March, 2016).

Mr. Erickson is suffering from the malady of willful delusion, which seems to afflict politicians in Washington. Perhaps Mr. Erickson mixes with the DC element a bit too much.

Has Erickson considered the immorality that goes on in Capitol Hill? The backroom deals, the lying, the betrayal, the broken promises regarding conservative action— and on and on and on.

As such, how in the world can Erickson talk about the “issue of morals and character“– when the Republican Party establishment and most of our Republican legislators have let us down on just about every conservative moral front?

Erickson’s words mean absolutely nothing– when you consider the power behind the will of the people who are standing behind Donald Trump– with their most sincere desire to save this nation from the grip of socialism.

Erick Erickson and the anti-Trump groups are completely irrelevant to the process of saving America.

It’s time to lift the fog… someone has to say the truth.

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Marielena Montesino de Stuart Conservative Columnist and Speaker. Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate (on the ballot 2012 - Florida). New Leadership and Courage for America.