Friday, January 15, 2016

These Stats Are One Of The Reasons I Hope The GOP Nominee Is Not Donald Trump

There is one telling set of stats that should give conservative Republicans pause in supporting Donald Trump as the GOP nominee. 

A hat/tip to Cheri Jacobus, president of Capitol Strategies, PR. 

Cheri Jacobus
This is directly from Cheri's Face Book page on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016:

ABC/CBS/NBC evening news minutes in 2015 about 
Trump 327     
Clinton 121   
Bush 57   
Carson 57
Rubio 22 
Cruz 21   
Sanders 20 _________________________________________________  
From those numbers it is totally obvious who the main stream media want as the nominees:  Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.  It's not even close.  They gave both Trump and Clinton greater than 5 times more air time than their closest competitors in their respective Party.   

And think GOP, you know darn well they do not want Donald Trump as the president.  The main stream media wants and will work for Hillary Clinton to be the President of the United States of America.  That is why they are giving her so much time on the air and it also why they are giving Donald Trump so much more air time than all the other GOP candidates because they want Trump to be her opponent, as they think he would be the easiest candidate for Hillary to beat.    

And that, my friends, is why I think everyone who considers themself a conservative Republican should have pause about supporting Trump.  

If Donald Trump is the candidate who the mainstream media wants as our nominee, he sure is not the one who I want and, in my humble opinion, not the one you should want either. 


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