Pretty Boy Rubio Now Blames The Media For His Problems..
Marco Rubio has some gaul, I’ll say that much. He’s now blaming the media for the fact that he’s not won a primary or a caucus.
This is a guy who totally conned the people of Florida into electing him Senator – a TOTAL Tea Party candidate, who immediately went to DC and began hooking up with the GOP elite and began the Amnesty plan we’re all aware of.
Now he goes on “Meet the Press” and calls Trump a “conman”?
Rubio says Trump is pulling one of the greatest (if not the greatest) political con jobs on voters this country has ever seen.
Which raises the question: were the people who voted for Trump in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada duped? Where they naïfs?
On “Face the Nation” Sunday, Rubio was asked that question.
And he responded that the supporters who elevated Trump to wins in those states weren’t dumb — they were just swindled. And it was the media who was at fault, since it loved both the good ratings Trump brings and the inevitable Hillary Clinton general election win when he ends up the nominee.
“The media coverage for Donald Trump has almost been cheerleading over the last couple weeks and I’m convinced because many in the press want him to be nominee,” said Rubio.
“One, I think they think it’s going to be good for ratings and two because they know they have a lot of material to work with.
If Donald Trump were to ever become the nominee, immediately the hounds of hell will descend on him, tear him apart, everything he’s ever done from not releasing his taxes to all of his failed business dealings. And Hillary Clinton’s going to have a clear shot to the Oval Office.”
Rubio went on – Read the whole thing HERE:
The self-proclaimed “underdog” has committed to “be in as many states as it takes to ensure that I’m the nominee and that Donald Trump never gets to 1,236 delegates.”
“I think there are many out there who are rooting for that outcome so that he’s the nominee, and you can see it in the coverage he’s gotten,” he said. “I mean, this guy has not offered a single serious policy proposal, which is important if you want to be president of the United States…. so I think there’s kind of a weird bias here in the media rooting for Donald Trump because they know he’s the easiest Republican to beat.”
… yeah, right.