I can understand why Republican voters in Florida didn’t vote for Rubio–he solicited and obtained the endorsement of Nikki Haley, the Republican Governor of South Carolina who started this cultural genocide against the American South–this posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America that is destructive to the United States of America.

But I cannot understand why Republican voters in Florida didn’t vote for Cruz or Kasich, instead of Trump.

That said, it’s over in Florida.

But it’s not over in all of the United States.

Republican voters remaining must realize that a vote for Trump is a vote for Clinton.

Here’s why:

By many, if not most estimates, Blacks and Hispanics together already outnumber Whites in the United States.

And while many Blacks and Hispanics might vote for Cruz or Kasich, no Blacks or Hispanics will vote for Trump.

Why should they?

Donald Trump considers all Hispanics to be foreigners who don’t belong here.  It doesn’t matter to him that there are millions of Hispanics (known as Latinos in the West) whose families have been here from a time before the Mexican War–when much of the what is now the United States was Mexican territory.

And Donald Trump encourages violence against Black protesters at his rallies. Some of these protesters are somewhat violent themselves, I see that.  But most of them aren’t.  And though many of them are loud and aggressive, they still have the right to exercise their constitutional right to freedom of speech.

Donald Trump has argued that he and his supporters have a right to freedom of speech, as well.  And I acknowledge that.  That is what the security guards are for–nonviolently removing protesters from Trump rallies.

But that incident in North Carolina, in which a Trump supporter punched a Black protester as he was already being escorted out by security guards, was not self defense.  That assailant got out of his seat, walked over to the aisle, and punched the protester when he was in no position to fight back.  And Trump called that “self defense”.

Blacks and Hispanics have good reason not to vote for Donald Trump.

But Whites have good reason not to vote for Donald Trump, as well:

If Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President this year, and Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton will get all of the Black and Hispanic votes–and enough of the White votes to finish off Trump.

I really don’t want Hillary Clinton to be President of the United States–and I don’t think you do either.

So you Republican voters remaining had better vote for Ted Cruz or John Kasich, instead of Donald Trump.

Because a vote for Trump is a vote for Clinton–and that’s just a fact.


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