By Thomas Madison
This is sick! Billionaire tech CEOs, who have businesses and interests overseas, joined so-called conservative pundits and GOP congressional bigwigs, on a small island off the coast of Georgia, for a private and secret meeting, the topic of which was “how to stop Republican front-runner Donald Trump,” according to Huffington Post reporter Ryan Grim.
Speaking to smug CNN hosebag, Brooke Baldwin, and her trained seal, Grim explained the purpose of the private meeting, and it was not golf. It was to destroy the candidacy of Donald Trump.
I know of no writer with the imagination to even dream up a scenario like this. Here, we have an uber-popular Republican candidate, who is blowing away the field, and the Republican elite is meeting to see what they have to do to destroy him. Rather than embrace this phenomenon, get behind their candidate, and enjoy the glorious ride all the way to the White House, these parasites prefer a President Hillary Clinton to a President Donald Trump.
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I can understand their concern, but I don’t think they are seeing the big picture. The offshore CEOs are terrified that The Donald means to punish them with import tariffs for their treasonous interest overseas, which has destroyed the US job market. What they aren’t understanding is that the import tariff is only one piece in the puzzle to convince them to come home. There is also the carrot and stick of corporate taxes being slashed. Trump doesn’t want to destroy their companies. He simply wants them to come home, offer jobs to Americans, and pay American taxes, and he is using every incentive at his disposal to achieve that goal.
As for the GOP status quo parasites, they are trembling at the thought of President Trump smashing their K Street piggy banks. By and large these career parasites have come to Washington as citizen legislators of humble means, only to become multi-millionaires, thanks to lobbyist cash (John Boner, alone, was paid $5 million to shove Barack Hussein’s Pacific trade deal down the throats of the American people). Donald Trump clearly understands this problem, which is costing Mom and Pop America dearly, and he aims to stop it, if the parasites don’t stop him first.
Huffington Post reporter Ryan Grim told CNN’s Brooke Baldwin on Tuesday that “something like 54 private jets” had arrived at an elite meeting of tech CEOs, GOP party insiders and big donors set on stopping Donald Trump before he wins the Republican nomination.
The meeting was the annual World Forum, an off-the-record conference hosted by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a leading Washington, D.C.-based conservative think tank. AEI has hosted the “secretive” event since 1982, but this year had a unique focus. Republican pundit Bill Kristol and former George W. Bush strategist Karl Rove were there, among others, including leaders of both the House and Senate.
Grim broke the story:
Billionaires, tech CEOs and top members of the Republican establishment flew to a private island resort off the coast of Georgia this weekend for the American Enterprise Institute’s annual World Forum, according to sources familiar with the secretive gathering.
The main topic at the closed-to-the-press confab? How to stop Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator and Facebook investor Sean Parker, and Tesla Motors and SpaceX honcho Elon Musk all attended. So did Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), political guru Karl Rove, House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), GOP Sens. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), and Sen. Ben Sasse (Neb.), who recently made news by saying he “cannot support Donald Trump.”
Grim added: “Federal Aviation Administration records available on FlightAware.com show that a fleet of private jets flew into and out of two small airports near Sea Island this weekend. Fifty-four planes flew out of the airport on St. Simons Island, Georgia, on Sunday — nearly four times as many as departed from the airport the previous Sunday.”