Joe the Plumber Blasts #NeverTrump

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Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher has a great OpEd up at Breitbart endorsing Donald Trump but there’s more!

Joe takes the upcoming Presidential race apart as only Joe can, one politician at a time and has a special note for the #NeverTrump fools.

First, the Trump endorsement.


People talk about a tipping point in time where liberty, freedom, and the system based on our Constitution which allowed America to become the most productive, powerful, and benevolent country in world history could all go away.

I don’t know if we’ve passed it, but I know this: I support Donald Trump to try and restore us first to sanity, then back to greatness. If you don’t believe the Constitution and our very way of life hang in the balance in this election, then you’d better start paying attention.

I’ve been supporting and promoting Donald Trump for President for a long time — whether it’s on the road, or on — where we say; “It’s not about right and left. It’s about right and wrong.” Never has this rang so true for us.

I’ve known Joe for a long time and one of the things you can always count on him for is straight talk.  He doesn’t mince words.  “It’s about right and wrong.”  That says it all.  Donald Trump is the man for this hour, he’s right.  In much the same way Ronald Reagan was the man for the hour in 1980, Donald Trump is that same man for today.  He’s not Ronald Reagan, but America doesn’t need Ronald Reagan today, she needs Donald Trump.

Next, Joe takes on the peanut gallery.  That would be Bernie, Fauxcahauntas, and Uncle Joe.

First, let’s get this whole Bernie Sanders thing out of the way: He is not going to be the nominee, he was never going to be the nominee, and even if a house falls on Hillary Clinton (there is precedent), the DNC will find someone to nominate whose name is not Bernie Sanders. And please, stop yourself when it comes to Joe Biden or Elizabeth Warren, okay? Pretty sure Joe doesn’t really know where the White House is and Ms. Warren is wrapped up in that FBI investigation for having a private smoke-signal system installed in her house… but I digress.

Yep, yep, and yep.  All I can say is, I’d actually love to see any of the above replace Hillary at the top of the ticket.  Really, make my day Dems.

And then there’s the #NeverTrump tools.  This group is filled with people who are Establishment commentators.  Joe didn’t name names, and I don’t speak for him, but I’ll throw a few out who I think fit the bill.

Bill Kristol.  Columnist and purported conservative.  Bill wants a third party and he’s apparently looking at a guy named David French.  French is a good guy and pretty good columnist – he writes for the National #NeverTrump Revew – but he’s about as well known as I am.  How Kristol thinks French is going to be a bad candidate let alone a viable candidate is beyond me.

Erick Erickson.  The founder of Red State, a blog that one time represented conservative values.  That went to hell when Erick went to work for CNN and sold his pathetic soul to the Establishment.  I still remember him saying that Candy Crowley would be the best, most professional debate moderator of all time.  And then he defended her when she stood up for Obama.  ‘Nuff said about that.

I could go on but I won’t.  You get the idea.

Joe focuses on the campaign and again, he’s right on the money with his estimate of what’s coming down the road.  I couldn’t agree more.

Donald Trump has done something which I’ve been waiting to happen for a long time: He’s won the Republican nomination for president virtually without spending a dime and saying whatever he wants without regard for approval whatsoever from Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Academia, or the politically correct press. When you read how Trump can’t beat Hillary, keep in mind you’re hearing it from the same people who scoffed down their smug noses that he could not possibly win the GOP nomination, either.

They piously labeled his campaign a reality show, a shameless plug for the Trump brand, or a joke. Then these same mystics assured you he would never win a thing after Iowa because he couldn’t prevail with his “style.” They are now stating unequivocally: Trump can’t win in November. I don’t believe that and never have. From the jump, I believed it when Trump said he hadn’t even started in on Hillary. That is a long time coming, my friends.

Fact is, Hillary Clinton hasn’t been called out on anything over the past 25 years, really. She hasn’t been challenged by the leftist press, by Republicans, or anyone on her laundry list of lies, transgressions, and criminal behavior.

As I said, right on the money.  Personally, I like Donald Trump because he’s not a nice man.  It’s about time we had a leader who would fight tooth-and-nail for the middle class.  Democrats have been the party of Wall Street for at least three decades, Republicans have been representing God knows who since Ronald Reagan left office, and the American middle class, the working men and women who make America great, have been on the outside being pandered to by the likes of John McCain, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and the Bush family.  It’s time to stop.  Donald Trump is the man to stop it.

Joe goes on in his OpEd to discuss Hillary, the major issues of the campaign including the impact of Supreme Court nominees.  You can read the whole piece here.  It’s worth your time.joe3

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