Never Trumpers Deserve No Quarter

Never Trumpers Deserve No Quarter

Now that Donald Trump has won the presidential election in a historic, sweeping victory. It is time that we all remember exactly who the Never Trump crowd were, and offer them no quarter. This band of traitors tried to play high and mighty in the run up to the election, and were just as bad, if not worse than our opponents on the left.

In fact, the Never Trump crowd is worse than our opponents on the left, because they actively worked to undermine the presidential nominee chosen by the people. These turncoats ran to the Clinton and Democrat controlled mainstream media to do everything they could to undermine the will and vote of the people. These are the same jackasses that brought us John McCain and Mittens Romney as their choices to run against Obama, and told us that we needed to ‘get in line’ and get out the vote for these RINOs, all the while knowing that neither one of them stood a snowball’s chance in hell.

Personally, I have much more respect for an adversary that comes right out and fights face-to-face, than a supposed ally, who actively works to win the battle for the other side. There is a reason that prisoners of war are exchanged when the fight is over, but traitors are shot or hung.

Now don’t get your panties in a wad, I am absolutely not advocating violence against any of these sellouts, but I do advocate them being named, shamed, and remembered for being the traitors that they are. When the time of choosing was upon us, they chose to stand by Hillary Clinton and her corrupt political machine over the will of the people.

There are folks who were initially on the list, who did come to see the light, and got behind the people’s choice, like radio host Mark Levin. But, there are many, many more that rode the Never Trump train right up through election night. Then there were the super crybabies like John Kassic, and Jeb Bush, who claimed they would support the republican nominee when they thought Trump would never win, but backtracked like the RINOs they are when Trump won the nomination. Even Ted Cruz made a last-ditch effort to jump in and support Trump, but not until he realized that Trump had an actual chance of winning, and that he better get on board before he ended up looking like a total ass monkey like Kassic and Jeb.

Many of these folks since election night have been scrambling to the alphabet news channels, or turning up their microphones to offer up their opinion of what Trump needs to do to bring unity to the party, and what he needs to do to be successful. But we must remember, they were 100 percent wrong about everything else during this election cycle. They ridiculed all of us that voted for and supported Trump, and they actively worked to hand the election to the criminal Hillary Clinton. And, we will never know their true intentions in offering their feedback or advice, since they’ve proven they will stab us in the back in the run up to the election, what makes any of us believe they won’t do the same now that Trump has won the election?

So, I offer you this alphabetical list from of supposedly conservative Never Trumpers that we all need to keep close in our mind when they are parading themselves on TV or your favorite talk radio program.

Rep. Justin Amash (Mich.)

Gov. Charlie Baker (Mass.)

Brian Bartlett, former Mitt Romney aide and GOP communications strategist

Glenn Beck, radio host

Michael Berry, radio host

Max Boot, former foreign policy adviser to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)

Brent Bozell, conservative activist

Former Gov. Jeb Bush (Fla.)

Bruce Carroll, creator

Jay Caruso, RedState

Mona Charen, senior fellow at Ethics and Public Policy Center

Linda Chavez, columnist

Dean Clancy, former FreedomWorks vice president

Eliot Cohen, former George W. Bush official

Former Sen. Norm Coleman (Minn.)

Charles C. W. Cooke, writer for National Review

Doug Coon, Stay Right podcast

Rory Cooper, GOP strategist, managing director Purple Strategies

Jim Cunneen, former Calif. assemblyman

Rep. Carlos Curbelo (Fla.)

Steve Deace, radio host

Rep. Bob Dold (Ill.)

Ross Douthat, New York Times columnist

Erick Erickson, writer

Sen. Jeff Flake (Ariz.)

Mindy Finn, president, Empowered Women

Daniel Foster, contributing editor National Review Online

David French, writer at National Review

Jon Gabriel, editor-in-chief,

Sen. Lindsey Graham (S.C.)

Michael Graham, radio host

Jonah Goldberg, writer

Alan Goldsmith, former staffer, House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Stephen Gutowski, writer Washington Free Beacon

Rep. Richard Hanna (N.Y.)

Jamie Brown Hantman, former special assistant for legislative affairs for President George W. Bush

Stephen Hayes, senior writer at The Weekly Standard

Doug Heye, former RNC communications director

Quin Hillyer, contributing editor at National Review Online; senior editor at the American Spectator

Gov. Larry Hogan (Md.)

Ben Howe, RedState writer

Former Rep. Bob Inglis (S.C.)

Cheri Jacobus, GOP consultant and former Hill columnist

Robert Kagan, former Reagan official

Randy Kendrick, GOP donor

Matt Kibbe, former FreedomWorks CEO

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.)

Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.)

Philip Klein, managing editor at the Washington Examiner

Bill Kristol, The Weekly Standard editor

Frank Lavin, former Reagan aide

Justin LoFranco, former Scott Walker aide

Kevin Madden, former Mitt Romney aide

Bethany Mandel, senior contributor at The Federalist

Tucker Martin, former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s (R-Va.) communications director

Former RNC Chairman Mel Martínez (Fla.)

Liz Mair, GOP strategist

Lachlan Markey, writer for the Free Beacon

David McIntosh, Club for Growth president

Dan McLaughlin, editor at

Ken Mehlman, former RNC chairman

Tim Miller, Our Principles PAC

Joyce Mulliken, former Washington state senator

Ted Newton, political consultant & former Mitt Romney aide

James Nuzzo, former White House aide

Katie Packer, chairwoman of Our Principles PAC

Former Gov. George Pataki (N.Y.)

Former Rep. Ron Paul (Texas)

Katie Pavlich, Townhall editor and Hill columnist

Art Pope, GOP donor

Brittany Pounders, conservative writer

Tomás Regalado, Mayor of Miami

Rep. Reid Ribble (Wis.)

Marlene Ricketts, GOP donor

Former Gov. Tom Ridge (Pa.)

Rep. Scott Rigell (Va.)

Mitt Romney, 2012 GOP presidential nominee

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Fla.)

Paul Rosenzweig, former deputy assistant secretary, Department of Homeland Security

Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post conservative blogger

Patrick Ruffini, partner, Echelon Insights

Sarah Rumpf, former BreitBart contributor

Mark Salter, writer and former aide to John McCain

Rep. Mark Sanford (S.C.)

Sen. Ben Sasse (Neb.)

Elliott Schwartz, Our Principles PAC

Gabriel Schoenfeld, senior fellow, Hudson Institute

Tara Setmayer, CNN analyst and former GOP staffer

Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief The Daily Wire

Evan Siegfried, GOP strategist and commentator

Ben Stein, actor and political commentator

Brendan Steinhauser, GOP consultant

Stuart Stevens, former Romney strategist

Paul Singer, GOP donor

Erik Soderstrom, former field director for Carly Fiorina

Charlie Sykes, radio host

Brad Thor, writer

Michael R. Treiser, former Mitt Romney aide

Daniel P. Vajdich, former national security adviser to Ted Cruz

Connor Walsh, former digital director for former Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), founder Build Digital

Former Rep. J.C. Watts (Okla.)

Peter Wehner, New York Times contributor

Former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman (N.J.)

Meg Whitman, president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard

George Will, writer

Rick Wilson, Republican strategist

Nathan Wurtzel, Make America Awesome super-PAC

Bill Yarbrough, chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Ohio

Dave Yost, Ohio auditor of state

And, let’s not forget that former presidents George HW Bush and George W Bush both sold out the people that voted for them by showing that their allegiance was to their political cronies, the Clintons, and not the American people. There is a reason the Bush’s and the Clinton’s vacation together, and it’s because they are all part of the same corrupt, self-serving cabal of political insiders that have enriched themselves to the detriment of the American people. The only difference between the Bush’s, and the Clinton’s or Obama, is that they have a little more class when screwing over the people of United States.