Were the Trump voters thinking at all?

Erick Erickson:
The truth is that Trump cannot win. 42% of Republican voters have an unfavorable view of Trump. 53% of registered voters have an unfavorable view of Trump. 70% of women have an unfavorable view of Trump. 89% of Hispanics have an unfavorable view of Trump.

The Republican Party is on the verge of nominating the least popular politician in American presidential history. Ironically, the party’s voters are doing it to spite its own leaders, but its leaders prefer Trump to the other guy.

The result will be Hillary Clinton winning in November. Trump cannot build a meaningful coalition outside of blue collar white voters, white supremacists, and internet conspiracy theorists. The rest of the voting public no more wants Trump than herpes.
There are some ways Hillary could lose, but it would require honesty and integrity in a DOJ that has been corrupted by the Obama administration.  That makes that possibility a long shot at this point.  I think the best course for those who oppose both Clinton and Trump is to deny them a mandate.  They should do it openly and loudly.  They can refuse to vote for either.  Whether they vote for someone else is not the point.  There is a good possibility that many voters will just go Gault on this "choice."


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