Former President Donald Trump has been making some stealth moves behind the scenes which were revealed by yesterday’s news flashes. The RINO Republicans are furious that Trump wants to defund them. On Monday, the public was informed that the Republican National Committee “replied to a cease and desist letter from former President Trump’s attorneys.” The Republican leadership is going frantic.
Trump moves to purge the party
The only hope the Republican Party has of survival is to purge the renegade RINOs who act and vote like Democrats. The secret to doing that is cut off their funding and Trump already made the first moves. The sleeper cells in the GOP are terrified that their gravy train just got derailed.
Some are brazen enough to think they could vote to impeach Trump then turn around and expect to use him for fundraising. GOP leadership is ready to go to the mat in litigation, claiming “every right” to “use his name and likeness.” Trump warned them to stop doing it or they would face consequences.
Former President Trump gave all of the renegade traitors fair notice at the Conservative Political Action Conference. From the stage, he urged the big money donors to send their checks to his Save America PAC instead of the GOP.
“There’s only one way to contribute to our efforts to elect America first Republican conservatives and in turn, make America great again and that’s through Save America PAC and DonaldJTrump.com,” Trump advised. That’s only one of his bold moves.
Trump made his determination crystal clear in a statement released separately Monday night. “No more money for RINOS. They do nothing but hurt the Republican Party and our great voting base – they will never lead us to Greatness.”
The lawyer for the GOP made a few moves of his own in response. Chief Counsel for the Republican National Committee, Justin Riemer, sent a letter to team Trump. His position is that the GOP “has every right to refer to public figures as it engages in core, First Amendment-protected political speech, and it will continue to do so in pursuit of these common goals.”
Immediately cease and desist
Last weekend, Alex Cannon, who serves as attorney for the Save America PAC, hit Riemer right between his RINO eyes with a “cease and desist letter” demanding “that Trump’s name be used only with permission in their fundraising campaigns.”
The moves were designed to protect the Trump “brand” and prevent “the unauthorized use of President Donald J. Trump’s name, image and/or likeness in all fundraising, persuasion, and/or issue speech.” Trump is totally committed to electing conservatives, not moderates and his lawyer says nobody, “friend or foe,” has “permission to use his likeness without explicit approval.”
These drastic moves are intended to help sort out the Democrat sleeper cells in the next primary contest “because they are actively hurting the party.” Ten House members and seven Senators turned traitor by voting to impeach the second time around. Now they think they can cash in on Trump afterward.
The new Super PAC is “gaining steam and millions of loyal supporters as a massive fundraising machine.” The GOP will desparately need his support to regain ground lost to the liberal imperialists in 2020.
Along with the bold moves the conservative public is thrilled to hear that Brad Parscale is back in action, working closely with Corey Lewandowski to spearhead the new PAC. Even though the lawyer for the RNC is sending nastygrams around, the GOP is tiptoeing while they do it.
They need all Trump’s money and the use of his image to get folks elected. That’s fine, team Trump says. Just make sure that those folks really are Republican and there won’t be any problem. Any RINOs will have to forage for themselves.