Saturday, August 08, 2015

Conservative Outrage Over Donald Trump Disinvite At RedState Forum!

Donald Trump still leads.

There's a huge feud between conservatives. They are fighting with one another over how to handle the Trump effect. Matter of fact some are aiming at a conservative agitator who the network bosses claim is a straight shooter. This has sparked a backlash at not only the controversial media and business mogul but the network that runs stories about how old Hillary Clinton is.

Donald Trump is the front runner in the Republican clown car. He is by far leading strongly. I don't know what the latest polls post Megyn The Outrage Princess debate, but I am assuring that his supporters aren't going to bow out.

The conservatives really fear that Trump will likely go independent and become a spoiler.

Republicans are debating over how far is too far.

I know that network that said extremely sexist things about Hillary Clinton is none too happy over the way Trump roasted Megyn The Outrage Princess. When she questioned temperament by pointing out his responses towards women, Trump fired back saying that he's not concerned about political correctness and with all due respect that was pretty nasty of her to waste time on these things instead of focusing on issues.

He would fire back on Twitter and appear on CNN with this little gem. He said that Megyn would have blood coming out her eyes and her whatever. She and that network set him up. He wasn't take that lightly.

Well over at RedState, its founder Erick Erickson had enough. He had Trump as a major guest for his forum in Atlanta. But after the Megyn remarks, he banned Trump from the event.

Cue the conservative outrage.

Megyn The Outrage Princess and RedState founder Erick Erickson. He is a paid contributor to the network that claims that Barack Obama's Six Party Iranian deal is like Neville Chamberlain's Munich Accord

Many conservatives believe that the disinvite is a huge mistake. They believe that it's petty given that conservatives have long complained about how it's the junk food media's fault for making candidates suffer. Erickson is no stranger to saying controversial things about women, Blacks, and Muslims, stood firm in his decision.

Many have said that Erickson is no different than Trump. Some are calling him a "sell out" for banning him. Also what got conservative outrage is the fact he would invite Megyn to his event.

The whole debate was a train wreck. Clearly that didn't dent the Trump effect.

It probably made him more stronger than I've expected. I fear that the Republicans got a mess on them. They want to stop him and isolate him when he decides to run as an independent.

Conservatives are pissed that they allow political consultants, agitators and bloggers who are too close to the establishment picking their candidates.

Republicans who will appear at the event includes the notables: Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio.

As far as it goes, until the delegates are dispatched, Trump is in it.

Conservatives hate political correctness. Why would Erick Erickson make a move knowing that it would spark backlash?

Matter of fact, when he took a shot at Rosie O'Donnell, the audience applauded. Now all of sudden, the conservative Erickson wants to to ban Trump for clapping at an agitator who is known for saying sexist things herself.

The Trump campaign said that RedState's bold move shows how the Republican Party is weak and political correctness is causing a tear in the party.





1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Outrage is the right word. Didn't watch the Red State Debate because Erickson disinvited Donald Trump. What happened to free speech in America and Media objectivity rather than personal interpretation? Disgraceful and a clear signal to American voters to take back their freedoms and to steer the direction this country is going, which are our God-given birthrights.

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