New Hotness From the SurrenderCons: President Trump’s Movement Will Be Stronger if He Gives Up

New Hotness From the SurrenderCons: President Trump’s Movement Will Be Stronger if He Gives Up. By Streiff.

As the state certification of the 2020 presidential election results come down to the wire, more and more members of the Happy Loser Caucus are surfacing. They complain that it is just so blue-collar, so working-class, so down-scale for President Trump to continue to fight it out now that all the news organizations and Important People™ have declared that the race is over. …

There is a certain desperation in the calls for President Trump to concede defeat. One senses that the concern is much more about a fear of having to explain his decision to fight on to leftwing friends at a cocktail party (while wearing a face mask and engaging in social distancing) than it does about anything having to do with the integrity of the election process and the fate of the nation. …

This is an example of what is out there. …

First off, Option #1 is not an option for the coalition that Trump has built. Why? Vince Lombardi, who coached football back when it was a manly sport, and before loathing the United States was a core value and gender-fluid mediocrities were made into role models, said, “Show me a good loser, and I’ll show you a loser.” …

People do not get fired up to support meek and mild losers. That’s why the Draft Mitt Romney boomlet never materialized.

As for Option #2, you either believe that rules were changed in a way that permitted vote fraud on a scale that changed the outcome of the election, or you don’t. Right now, public opinion polls suggest that over 70% of all Republicans and about one-third of all Democrats believe the election was stolen.

For reasons that escape me, Whelan suggests that President Trump’s best play, if he believes the election was stolen, is to just stop fighting. … I don’t think it is an accident that the only solution deemed reasonable by Whelan is one that would totally demoralize the Trump coalition.

The people who tried to foist Scott Walker and Jeb Bush off on us in the 2016 primary want to see the last of the people who turned out for Trump rallies and put Trump in the White House the first time around. They want them to go away so they can go back to being Happy Losers with cable news contributor gigs. They want to go back to selling American patrimony to China and giving the Chamber of Commerce all the cheap labor it wants while providing the Democrats with hordes of economically dependent, illegal alien voters.

Where are the households earning under $100k per year going to find their champions, if potential champions are class traitors who are easily bought off?