Brent Bozell’s Open Letter

Does Donald Trump mean a word he says? Are conservative leaders supporting Trump prepared to live with the consequences if he doesn’t?

Many critics have outlined the innumerable left-wing positions and candidates Trump championed before he got in this race. It’s worth recalling some of them now: Trump not only supported but bankrolled amnesty. He supported taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood. He supported not just abortion but partial-birth abortion. He was open to gay marriage. He supported government-funded universal healthcare.

He supported eminent domain for (his) private gain. He supported the Wall Street bailout. He supported “assault weapons” bans. He applauded President Obama for doing a “great job.” He congratulated Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for doing a “good job.” He financially helped the Democrats pass Obamacare. Trump was a registered Democrat when that party was being led by the likes of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), donating heavily during President Obama’s tenure. He’s bankrolled Democrats like Jimmy Carter, Rahm Emmanuel, Anthony Weiner, Terry McAuliffe, Chuck Schumer, Charlie Rangel, Ted Kennedy and John Kerry, to name a few.

But Trump said he’s changed. On everything. Overnight. Just in time for the GOP nomination fight.


Let’s look at Mr. Trump’s record during this campaign.

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4 responses to “Brent Bozell’s Open Letter

  1. This is an excellent letter, and it’s very persuasive. BUT, the challenge I’m facing right now is that Trump is such a lightning rod figure, so hated by the New Republic neo-cons and both parties and the entire Press that it’s difficult to know what the actual truth is. I’ve been trying to slog through it, and it turns out that almost everything you read is total crap. It really is. See, for example:

    There’s also a 2nd chapter to this video.

    Also, there’s no link for this:
    “Last week Mr. Trump announced—guess what?—he’s not just pro-abortion, he wants the pro-life plank in the GOP platform removed, thus divorcing the Republican Party from the pro-life movement.”
    Can anybody point me to any reference where this is really true? Because if it’s true, as stated, then of course it would be a big deal to me. But I’m weary of tracking down all the lies. Really. Help me out here.

    Just to be clear, it’s not really true if all he wants is to stop emphasizing abortion so much in the party platform. The Pope, himself, has warned as much, though many of us argue about that.


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      I was quite surprised back in the early winter to watch a video of Molyneux with Bill Whittle and to see how enthusiastic Whittle was about Trump’s ability to crash through the media’s control of the narrative. Apparently Whittle and Molyneaux were both involved in the theater once upon a time.

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        About 6 minutes into the video I just posted, Bill Whittle references a video he made 4 days after Romney lost, stating that the next POTUS will come through the pop culture and speak the language of the people, basically. I heard that at the time and I was hoping it would be Palin.