Whether you like it or not.
This passage from Norris’ op-ed lays out the disastrous consequences of the GOP not uniting in this election:
“If Republicans cannot come together as a unified body, then we most assuredly will lose the presidential election, and, consequently, lose many congressional and Senate seats. The Democrats will then dominate Congress, as well as the presidency, for God only knows how long. And most grievous of all, justice seats on the U.S. Supreme Court will be filled by Hillary’s nominees, and their next decade of decisions will certainly dismantle or destroy what is left of our republic.”
Norris was not always a Trump supporter — early in the election and going as far back as the 2008 election, he supported Gov. Mike Huckabee.
“After Mike dropped out, I decided to wait until the people chose the candidate they wanted as their next president. Then, I would wholeheartedly support that candidate, which is now Donald Trump,” Norris wrote.
Norris explains what would likely happen if Republican don’t rally around Trump:
“If reluctant Republicans and other freedom-loving citizens don’t rally now behind GOP nominee Donald Trump, we could elect Hillary by default, or by those who merely stay at home on Election Day.”
For anyone that is concerned about Trump, consider Norris’ words here:
“You can always tell a person’s real character and personhood by those who closely surround him, especially if they’re family. Consider not only how poised and positive Trump’s adult children are but also how much they admire and respect their father. Even the liberal media, with all of its bias against Trump, cannot say a negative thing about how much his children love him, and how much he loves his children.
Do you think that type of family passion and values could really exist without the family’s members knowing Trump is the real deal?”
Now think about the people that Clinton surrounds herself with — if you can stomach it.
Norris quoted these famous words from Benjamin Franklin: “We must all hang together, or most assuredly we will all hang separately.”
Norris ends with a call to everyone to unite behind Trump:
“I would like to encourage every Republican – whether establishment, moderate, liberal or conservative – to come together and unite for the good of our country. Actually, I would like to see independents and Reagan Democrats join us as well to help “Make America Great Again.”
Think Secretary of State Debbie “Does Hillary” Wasserman-Schultz… 🙂
Secretary of Education: Bernie Sanders
Supreme Court Justice Loretta Lynch.
Then tell me voting for Trump is all that bad… (and I’m not his biggest fan either).