Chris Christie has a message for Republicans

Chris Christie has a message for Republicans…and for Vic Crone’s social media flunky and former Young Nat President, Sean Topham, who is due to jet off to help on Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Jersey governor Chris Christie has drawn a line in the sand, telling reporters that if you’re not helping Donald Trump win the presidency, then you’re helping Hillary.

Speaking to reporters, Christie said that Republicans refusing to help Trump only help Hillary win the nomination for president, and they need to “get onboard”:

Enough of everybody complaining. If you’re a Republican, it’s time to get on board and help the nominee.  Or if you don’t, you’re helping Hillary be elected president. One or the other, there’s no choice anymore. We now know who the two nominees are going to be, there’s no speculation any longer. So, if you’re a Republican and you’re not helping Trump, then you’re helping Hillary.

Chris Christie has remained one of the real-estate mogul’s most ardent supporters. Fox News commentators even went as far to call the New Jersey governor Donald Trump’s “enforcer.”

It’s a fair point. Like him or loathe him, he won fair and square against the odds. If the Republican party want to win the White House then they need to work together otherwise they are going to have four more years out of the White House and Hillary Clinton will be president.

She, of course, has as bad a truthiness problem as Donald Trump but pretends otherwise.

Politics can become awfully binary at times…for us or against us…this time, though, Chris Christie has a point.

There are a lot of bitter Republicans out there, but Donald Trump would just call them bad losers…and he’d be right. In order for Trump to at least have a chance of winning they have to work together.

 

– Truth Revolt


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