By Thomas Madison
This is rich! Official GOP mouthpiece/establishment tool, Reince Priebus, is warning Donald Trump that there are “consequences” to threatening a third party run.
Really, Reince? We have all watched your despicable RNC shenanigans, your refusal to back the clear GOP front runner, your grooming Paul Ryan to steal the nomination in an RNC-engineered brokered convention on a second ballot, your trotting out tired loser Mitt Romney to slam Trump, and we see you as the miserable snake that you are.
Rather than get behind your uber-popular candidate, Donald Trump, you have fought him at every turn, trying to destroy his candidacy, throwing support to his opponents, hanging him out to dry when he is in trouble. We the People will not forget!
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
Here are your options, Reince (what the hell kind of wimp-ass name is that, anyway?). You either get behind your front runner NOW, or you buy a big, fat tombstone for the Republican Party. Take your pick, it makes little difference to We the People. We can easily live without your miserable empty suits polluting our political landscape.
My advice, Reince Priebus, and the rest of you GOP career parasites, is support your front runner, do it now, and watch him reform and rebuild the corrupt mess that you have created.
There are “consequences” to GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s new threats to run third-party if he feels he was cheated out of the nomination, says RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
“And so when you make those kinds of comments, and you want people to fall in line for you, it makes it more difficult,” Priebus said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”
Those consequences come from the fact that seeking to head a group that you profess to dislike could be seen as a problem, he said.
“If you were running for president of the Kiwanis Club or the Boy Scouts and you said you don’t know if you like the Kiwanis or the Boy Scouts, I think that makes your challenge even greater to ultimately win those kinds of posts,” Priebus said. “It’s no different for the Republican Party.”