Angry Trump voters frustrated by angry #NeverTrump voters

Kimberly Ross:
When Donald Trump announced he was running for president last June, we who knew all along it was a bad idea prayed it was a joke. He was not (and still isn’t) a conservative, and quickly showed that his support was celebrity-style superficial. In short, he has been an (R) version of Obama. Many believed he wouldn’t be in the game for long.

Now we’re faced with Trump as the presumptive GOP nominee. It’s clear that we underestimated the pro-Trump movement, which is fueled by misdirected anger. But now they are underestimating those of us who vow to never vote for Trump.

With this reality before us, the sermon from his supporters is now “get in line!” and “get on board and shut up!”. We’re constantly told that not voting for Trump is a vote for Hillary. Since I intend to vote for neither, let me know how that works. #NeverTrump does not translate into #ImWithHer. We’re not the ones set to deliver a non-conservative political hack to the nomination stage at the GOP convention. We had plenty of experienced conservatives as viable options this cycle, but they were discarded in favor of orange flash. Hillary Clinton’s projected victory in the fall is on the shoulders of those who have supported Trump all along. I will bear no guilt for placing principle above party.

If you’re unaware, Donald Trump’s win in Indiana changes nothing about the diehard #NeverTrump movement. Our resolve is the same....
The blame for the loss goes to Trump and those of his supporters among whom were some of the most vile characters seen in a political contest.  By not voting for either it si possible to deny both a mandate for their bad policies.


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