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Will Trump survive to be elected President of the United States of America or will he be assasinated?

'Kill Trump': Enraged left calls for assassination

Critics demand death for GOP front-runner after Muslim remarks

By Douglas Ernst WND 12/ 08 / 2015


Donald Trump’s online critics have proposed an alternative to his anti-terrorism policies: Assassinate him instead.

Secret Service agents assigned to protect Trump since Nov. 11 may be working overtime in the wake of his comments on halting Muslim immigration into the U.S. A slew of death threats against the billionaire were tweeted after a campaign stop in South Carolina on Monday.

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“Without looking at the various polling data, it is obvious to anybody the hatred is beyond comprehension. Where this hatred comes from and why we will have to determine,” Trump said in a statement released Tuesday. “Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life.”

Trump’s extreme critics saw no irony between his statements on Islamic radicals and their calls for his assassination.

“Can we kill Trump?” asked a woman named Tijani.

“Now he wants to impede Muslims from entering the U.S.? Someone really needs to kill trump ASAP,” wrote a user identified as Aldo.

“ISIS needs to kill Trump,” wrote a woman named Jodie.

An extensive list of the calls to violence was compiled by Infowars on Tuesday.


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House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus both distanced the Republican Party from Trump on Tuesday.

“We need to aggressively take on radical Islamic terrorism but not at the expense of our American values,” Priebus told the Washington Examiner.

“This is not conservatism. What was proposed [by Trump] is not what this party stands for. And more importantly, it’s not what this country stands for,” Ryan said during a press conference with House Republicans.

The billionaire defended his position during an appearance on CNN Tuesday morning, telling host Chris Cuomo that a rejection of his plan is tantamount to putting “blinders” on.

“You’re going to have many more World Trade Centers if you don’t solve it – many, many more and probably beyond the World Trade Center,” WND reported.

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Trump’s supporters in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, seemed to have no reservations with his idea new Monday night.

“I think that we should definitely disallow any Muslims from coming in. Any of them. The reason is simple: We can’t identify what their attitude is,” 75-year-old Charlie Marzka of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, told CNN Tuesday.

“That’s a very prudent idea,” added Lauren Martel. “I think he’s done due diligence when he makes that statement. We have to protect our American citizens first.”

A USA Today/Suffolk University poll released Tuesday shows Trump still maintaining a commanding lead over his nearest Republican rival, Texas Sen. Tex Cruz.

The billionaire takes 27 percent of Republican primary voters compared to Cruz’s 17 percent.

The poll was conducted Dec. 3 through Dec. 6 and has a plus or minus 5 percentage point margin of error.



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Comment by PHILIP SCHNEIDER on December 9, 2015 at 3:00pm

Well thought out and reasoned response Jim.

"Conservatism's failure this time around will, I believe, finish us as a union.And if formal disunity of this once venerable union is what it takes to restore constitutional order in at least a portion of that union, then I have no reservations about embracing such an outcome."


I believe we are very close to "revolution".

Comment by Jim Delaney on December 9, 2015 at 1:32pm

Though he certainly elicits more angst, from both the left and the right, than do other candidates, I venture to say that Trump is probably in no more danger of being assassinated than are the other candidates. That said, in these perilous times the assassination of any of the candidates wouldn't surprise me at all.

I also sense that once the catharsis of legitimate visceral anger among Republican and Conservative Americans is played out, that Mr. Trump's star will fade. To most Americans, I just don't think he's viewed as "presidential". That's not to say that what he's now saying and doing--i.e. strategically stirring and heating the pot--is of no use; it's just that after awhile the pot's contents--that being the justifiable anti-Establishment angst of Americans insisting upon commonsense solutions--boils away.

My real concern is not whether or not Trump gets the nomination, which I don't believe he will, it is whether or not he can effectively debate a very slick, double-talking Hillary, a quintessentially shameless, wily politician who also happens to be considerably more articulate than Mr. Trump.  I have some very serious doubts about Trump's ability to successfully handle such a debate and to convince a winning majority that he is presidential timber.

At this point, and unless his demeanor/deportment/substance--not necessarily his message--is cleaned up, I fear a Trump nomination could doom conservative hopes to capture the White House. And if we fail in that regard, I see serious tumult ahead--possibly even the country's disunion. Four more years of heavy-handed, destructive Progressivism would simply be too much for most patriotic Americans to tolerate.

The Trump Phenom is not difficult to explain or understand; however, it's outcome and effects, whether deleterious or constructive, are still very much unknown.

Very importantly, I'm not at all sure that I can trust that Mr. Trump will not run as a third party candidate if his support erodes. His ambiguous messaging on this score is very troubling.

My hope is that a real conservative, constitution-first patriot is elected, and to achieve that end I will personally and collectively do all I can. Conservatism's failure this time around will, I believe, finish us as a union.And if formal disunity of this once venerable union is what it takes to restore constitutional order in at least a portion of that union, then I have no reservations about embracing such an outcome. I just hope such a break-up can be avoided, but NOT at the risk of permitting the further erosion of our founding principles and liberties. Unity at any price is folly.

So, a lot hangs in the balance with this upcoming election, for its outcome could well determine our fate as a unified people and country. Exaggerated concern? Not this time...






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