The nightmare that is a strengthening Trumpocalypse is bearing down on the ever-so-deserving Republican Party today, with events escalating rapidly.
Republicans are demoralized, desperately looking for an escape hatch. Enthusiasm is down, as they turn on their own. The RNC is no longer supporting the Trump campaign, while Trump himself has gone all-caps to assure us he’s never gonna give up his death grip on the party. It’s official, folks: We’ve upgraded to a Category IV Trumpocalypse within the last 24 hours.
And the Trump disaster is gaining steam: We’re already meeting the first criteria for a Category V event, Trumpageddon:
“Most elected Republicans withdraw Trump endorsements, but to little avail.”
The New York Times has a handy timeline of which Republicans are not supporting Trump, and when they announced. The list starts with those who saw him for what he was months ago and were willing to say so, and continues on to today’s announcements from those who were just dandy with his prior shit-stirring comments of hatred but couldn’t abide Friday’s particular revelations.
Watch this list carefully. Campaign Trump will pass through treacherous territory Sunday night at the debate; another blow-up could spark a mass exodus of Republican support that dwarfs what we’ve already seen, putting us well on the way to another upgrade.
What would that mean? 400 electoral votes, a Democratic Senate, a Supreme Court made whole, and maybe, juuuust maybe … a return of Speaker Pelosi.
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