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Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt called for a revolt at the Republican National Convention in July on  his radio show this morning. Hewitt begged RNC delegates to take a principled stand against likely candidate Donald Trump, even if it meant breaking party rules.

It’s like ignoring stage four cancer. You’ve got to attack it and right now the Republican party is facing — the plane is heading toward the mountain…

I want to support the nominee of the party, but I think the party ought to change the nominee because we’re going to get killed by this nominee. I have never said that. I’ve waited until the primary was over. I stayed Switzerland until the end and in 72 hours dovetailed from that.

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They ought to get together and let the convention decide. If Donald Trump pulls over a makeover in the next four to five weeks, great, they can keep him. It would be better if he had done so five weeks ago…

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The Republican National Committee needs to step in and step up and talk to him about getting out of the race…

The Republican National Committee can do one thing: they can change the rules to make the first two ballots advisory… make the delegates own it. If you are gonna commit suicide and someone is giving you a gun, don’t blame the gun, don’t blame the guy or the gal who gave you the gun, blame yourself.

Wow. What do you think the delegates will do?


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Mateus Kadesh

A right-leaning libertarian who hopes and prays that the American people remember what made our nation great.


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