‘Lollipop Guild’ of RINO’s Goes On Attack; Trump Bites Back
July 5, 2015 By Colleen Conley

It’s been a HELLA week for The Donald, after his controversial comments about Mexican illegal immigrants during an announcement for his Presidential campaign.
Macy’s dumped his men’s clothing line, Univision dropped The Miss USA Pageant – which he co-owns – from it’s television line-up, and Mayor Bill de Blasio puffed that NYC will review all of Trump’s contracts with the city.

But the brash billionaire barely lifted a bushy eye-brow. And then came the trash talking from the Republican Establishment Cartel, comprised of Mitt Romney, Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush. The trio smash-mouthed Trump’s brutally honest, if not tactful, comments about the enormous problem of illegal immigration in America, something which neither side of the aisle seems to want to address, despite Americans’ desperate pleas to deal with the issue. NOW.

Of course, the Democrats want their votes, and the Republicans want to continue to provide corporations with cheap labor. This leaves taxpayers in the middle, necessarily having to bear the burden of the unsustainable costs of healthcare, education, entitlements, and crime -even possible terrorism- which comes along with the masses swarming over our porous southern border.

Romney was asked by a CNN reporter on Saturday “if Donald Trump’s comments on Mexicans have hurt the Republican Party?”

“Yes, I think he made a severe error in saying what he did about Mexican-Americans,” Romney replied. “And it’s unfortunate.”

Said “Gang of Eight” member and amnesty advocate Rubio,

“Trump’s comments are not just offensive and inaccurate, but also divisive. Our next president needs to be someone who brings Americans together – not someone who continues to divide. Our broken immigration system is something that needs to be solved, and comments like this move us further from – not closer to – a solution. We need leaders who offer serious solutions to secure our border and fix our broken immigration system.”

Ummm, yeah. So what have you been doing to solve the problem, Marco?

Last but not least, Jeb Bush remarked,

“I don’t think he represents the Republican Party, and his views are way out of the mainstream of what Republicans think. No one suggests that we shouldn’t control our borders – everybody has a belief that we should control our borders. But to make these extraordinarily ugly kind of comments is not reflective of the Republican Party. Trump is wrong on this.”

So if “everybody has a belief we should control our borders,” what is taking so long?

Regarding crime, the stats show Trump is right on. Ann Coulter’s new book, Adios America, cites several examples of illegal aliens engaging in rapes and murders.

Trump fired back to the critics with a statement to Breitbart saying:

I am very proud to be fighting for a strong and secure border. This is a very important issue, which all the other candidates would have ignored had I not started this important discussion. I will fix the border — no one else knows where to begin.

Today, Jeb Bush once again proves that he is out of touch with the American people. He doesn’t understand anything about the border or border security. In fact, Jeb believes illegal immigrants who break our laws when they cross our border come “out of love.”

As everybody knows, I never said that all Mexicans crossing the border are rapists. Jeb is mischaracterizing my statements only to inflame. Our unsecured border is a national security threat.

None of this appears to be hurting Trump’s poll numbers. Whatever one thinks of The Donald, I cannot help think of this little threesome when I hear Jeb, Mitt, and Marco welcoming everyone to Munchkinland….er, America