On March 15, 2016, Donald Trump lapped the field in the Super Tuesday primaries. To stop him, people at the RNC and their buds in the press rallied behind Ted Cruz under the #Never Trump hashtag, because we know from experience how well these hashtag campaigns by the Obama administration have gone. A month later the results are in.
Apparently support for Trump is up and support for Cruz is down. I say apparently because anymore, the political polls might as well be darts thrown at the dartboard by drunken fools. Hillary was supposed to win Michigan by 20, remember? Lost by 2.
But that is politics. Let's talk about what really matters: Me.
Yesterday, Jonah Goldberg at National Review tweeted: "I haven't supported any of the frontrunners -- Jeb, Carson or Trump. But not supporting Trump is my only crime."
I tweeted back: "You will come around. Others may not because they are childish."
This led to a new post today at National Review: "No, I Will Never ‘Come Around’ to Supporting Trump."
So let me mark him down as a maybe.
A few of his readers took to Twitter to say I insulted them. Good. I encourage them to start a #NeverSurber hashtag. If they do who knows? I could be at 18 in next month's Fox News poll.