Christopher Jon Bjerknes
While Donald Trump is discussing the issues in terms of what it means to be American, and in terms of what is in the best interests of Americans and America, the Cuckservatives are trying to define what it means to be a Republican in anti-American terms. While Trump is trumpeting our sovereign rights, free speech and the right to bear arms, the Cuckservatives are kowtowing to Latinos and favoring the Chinese and Mexicans over Americans.
I wish that Trump would return the focus of his campaign to pro-American issues. If he wants to talk about political correctness may he also mention his First Amendment rights to speak the truth. When discussing his right to run as an independent candidate in the general election, may he also state it is his right as an American to do so, and it is the right of the American People to choose whom they will to be President based on the issues, not media spin, or party subversion. Trump could well state that if the parties offer the American People no choice to save America, he will.
Trump is rising based on his nationalism. He should consider framing his arguments in those terms, while he adjusts his make America great hat. Americans' lives matter, and it is the job of the President of the United States of America to represent us, not Mexicans or Chinese, or Israelis.
An interesting talk on the problems of the Mexican invasion appears here:
Trump has the facts on his side and is on the Right side of the issues. He should not fall into cuckservitude and continually define himself in response to personal attacks, but instead should lead with an offensive on the issues that have made him popular and a breath of fresh air.
Should the moderators of the next debate play the same childish and manipulative games as Fox News, Trump could demand they ask a proper question in the interest of the dignity of the country and the rights of the voters, or he will leave the stage on behalf of the country and the American People.