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Stop the Steal Petition: If you cannot attend, sign the petition.

So Far, 24,219 People Have Signed The Pledge

It’s Time For The Republican Party To Unite Behind The People’s Choice, Donald Trump…Or Else.

We’re not happy with the Republican Party right now. We can’t put it much more politely than that.

For a long time now, something hasn’t smelled right with the way, despite the famous “pledge,” the Republican Party leadership has been treating Donald Trump.

But more recently, a line has clearly been crossed.

We’ve run out of patience with the shenanigans. We’ve seen the attempts by the Cruz campaign (and whoever really is behind the Cruz campaign’s resurgence) trying to snatch Trump delegates after the fact in Arizona. We’ve seen Republican Establishment-friendly media outlets using valuable airtime not only to smear Trump but even promote bogus charges against his campaign manager in the days before the critical Wisconsin Primary. We’ve seen the use of individuals such as Lindsey Graham as point persons to get “the message” out.

And then there’s RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. We heard him say “If you don’t like the party, then sit down. The party is choosing a nominee.”

Really, Reince? If that’s the case, why do we even vote?

Perhaps the Chairman might want to reconsider that statement? We’ll give him some time to think it over. In the meantime, here are a few things we would like for the Chairman and the rest of the GOP Establishment to remember:

  1. We have every right to stay home on Election Day.

    2. We have every right to vote for Donald Trump even if he isn’t the GOP nominee, either via a third party or write-in.

In fact, that is exactly what we are perfectly willing to do.

It’s time to UNITE behind the one candidate who has received almost two million more votes than any of the other candidates.

Failing to do so would alienate millions of Trump voters and could very well bring about the end of the Republican Party. It would also guarantee eight more years of progressive policies that would be the final nail in the coffin for this once-great country.

Would the Republican Establishment really be OK with Hillary Clinton (or worse, an avowed socialist) picking the next three Supreme Court Justices?

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