The Real Reason Trump Dropped Out of the Debate(It’s Not What You Think)

Like everyone I was shocked and confused to hear Trump dropped out of the debate. The mainstream media and FOX  News said it was because he was afraid of Megyn Kelly and said she was unfair to him last time. Pendants started saying he was afraid of her and how would he deal with Putin and the mullahs in Iran if he couldn’t take criticism and runs if anyone criticizes him. I knew there must be some other reason as I don’t believe the media anymore. Rush Limbaugh hit it perfectly on his radio show and confirmed what I suspected. He said:

So far Trump says he’s not showing up.  He claims he’s not showing up because Megyn Kelly is going to continue to be a moderator.  And if you believe that, I can give you substantive reasons.  And it’s all in The Art of the Deal.  Trump is not that hard to understand if you pay attention to him and read his books.  In The Art of the Deal, one of the things that he makes a huge deal about is being able to know when to walk away and have the guts and the courage to do it. 

Trump is so far outside the formula that has been established for American politics that people who are inside the formula can’t comprehend it.  They don’t understand why somebody would want to venture so far outside it, because it is what it is, and there’s a ladder of success that you have to climb.  And somebody challenging it like this in more ways than one, as Trump is doing, has just got everybody experiencing every kind of emotion you can:  They’re angry, they are flabbergasted, they’re shocked, they’re stunned —  and all of it because he’s leading. 

Everything he’s doing goes against the book.  Everything that any analyst or consultant or professional would tell you not to do, Donald Trump is doing it, and he’s leading the pack.  This creates its own set of emotions and feelings and thoughts that run from person to person.  Now, the political business, if you want to look at it that way, is like any other business.  It has its people who are considered the elites in it — and like any business, they hate outsiders.  They don’t want outsiders just storming in trying to take over, and much less succeeding at it. 

Like any group of elites, they’re exclusionary. 

They want to keep people out. 

They want to be in charge of who gets in the club. They want to be in charge of who’s allowed to rise or climb the ladder in the club.  Politics is no different, and all of those determinations are made by who gets money and who doesn’t.  But Trump is functioning totally outside this structure that has existed for decades.  As such, the people who are only familiar with the structure and believe in it and cherish it and want to protect it, feel threatened in ways that you can’t even comprehend.  So that leads them to try to figure out: How is all this working for Trump?  Why do his followers grow? Why does his support expand every time he busts a rule wide open? Trump Refuses to Play by the Rules – The Rush Limbaugh Show

Yes Rush hit it right. The people at the top of the RNC don’t want Trump in there. They sent orders down to get rid of him. They are using the Megyn Kelly excuse to make him look timid and afraid.  Nothing could be further from the truth. Like Rush says “this is all part of the deal.” Trump is no dummy and did not get to where he is by being stupid or timid. He has buildings all over the world and met with world leaders so he knows how to make deals and successful too.

This was evident during the first republican debate when the candidates wanted him to sign a pledge saying he would support the candidate if he lost. He responded by saying he would sign it if they would sign a pledge saying they would support him when he gets it.

Trump also found out they planned to ambush him by having these three young You tubers ask questions, one of which was a young Muslim woman who called Trump a bigot and compared him to Hitler because of his “temporary” ban on Muslims. These young people didn’t hear the word “temporary” and I guess in their poor liberal biased education they weren’t told that liberal president Jimmy Carter banned the Iranians for four years during the Iran hostage crisis. So naturally Trump is going to say “Who needs this?” and dropped out. Since then Roger Ailes  the CEO of FOX and who thinks the world of Megyn Kelly has since contacted Trump’s wife and daughter begging them to make him come back. Trump said the only one he will talk to is Aile’s boss Rupert Murdoch. Again all part of the deal.  

Every time Trump appears on Fox in the debates they have the highest  ratings in history. Fox always charges the advertisers more when they have a debate with him on it. Trump told FOX he didn’t like them exploiting him like that and they should donate some of their profits  to veterans’ charities.

Tonite  a Superpac has offered one and a half million dollars to veterans charities if Trump will debate Cruz by Saturday for one hour. Carly Fiorina has jumped in with offering two million. On Sean Hannity’s show Sean was interviewing the other candidates in Iowa and both Chris Christie and Jeb Bush naturally brought into the narrative of Trump being scared and said “What kind of leader is that.? ” This is all part of them getting him out of the way to better their chances. Sean wondered why Trump would accuse Fox of being unfair to him when they’ve had him on more than any other candidate and Greta, Fox and Friends, O’Reilly and he have all been fair to him. Either Sean really doesn’t know what’s really going on or he’s just playing along with the false narrative to keep it alive and protect his job. Besides Trump said he doesn’t need Fox News to win the nomination. 10 Reasons Fox News Hates Trump

The establishment big boys want Bush in there so they can control him. They can’t control Trump as he would shake the status quo up and they could all lose their jobs so he has to go. Bush is only at 3%. He can’t win against Hillary, but the establishment doesn’t care if Hillary gets in because at least they will still have their jobs. Otherwise why would they want to get rid of their front runner so bad?

My wife and I watch the TV show Blacklist and it deals with an underlying theme that there is this cabal that controls the way elections go. I think this is what is happening here. As one comment I saw said,” I think the next president  has already been chosen and this is just a dog and pony show to make us think we have a voice.” Yes I think the election of 2016 is rigged. It wouldn’t  surprise me.




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Jim Clayton

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  1. I think the election is rigged too. But the curtain has been drawn so far back that Fox News is exposed. Rigging the election will be so completely obvious this time around that they might not have the guts or the ability to pull it off. If I were Trump, I would triple my private security detail. They are getting very desperate.

  2. Dear Mr. Clayton, I think there are several reasons the GOP establishment are trying to take down Trump. One reason is that nothing in Trumps past public statements suggests he is a conservative. On that I agree.

    But you touch on other reason. They can’t control him. Trump won’t play by their rules, which makes Trump an implied threat to their position at the top of the food chain. In that, the GOPe is very much like Democrats.

    I came to that conclusion 6 months ago after learning that some of Trumps most public & passionate supporters are two black women – a demographic the GOPe claims to have wanted to reach for 30 years. Yet they are trying to stop him? That tells me they are more about their personal status than they are about winning an election and the slim chance to change the direction of the country a Nov. win would provide.

    The only (rhetorical) question I have for the GOPe is: which of those 2 motivations is the most dominant?

  3. This is no more than a demonstration of his expert marketing skills….Megan Kelly is no more than ‘bait and switch the emphasis of attention to him. Trump is an opportunist and does’t appear to care where or when he takes his advantage . He’s a ‘deal maker’ alright…..just read his book “The Art of Deal Making” where he reveals a great deal of the lengths he is willing to go to in order to get what he wants…..including sleeping with the wives of others…….

    Trump doesn’t play by the rules seems to attract voters…..hmmm will he be willing to abide with the Constitution if it doesn’t allow ‘his’ way? Sounds like an ‘Obamaizam” to me.

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