The political experts say that this election is about the lesser of two evils, that both candidates are so hated, and that this is bad for America.
Remember, these are the same experts who said a year ago Trump had no chance of winning the nomination. And once again they are wrong, and for the same reason because they still are not listening.
They missed this huge election because they sat around mocking Trump's hair, language ("did he just say 'yuge'?") and celebrity. Had these self-described experts heard a word he said, they would not look so foolish today.
This election is about substance, not style. If it were about style, Trump would have never lasted past July last year. His opponents raised $700 million. He raised $17 million. On top of that he weathered the worst, most nasty and hostile press any candidate has had since Richard Nixon.
Trump not only survived but he thrived because he the right message: Make America Great Again.
Most Americans long for American greatness. The post-Reagan New World Order has America sacrificing its factories to free trade, its borders to ingrates, and its military leadership to a puny army run by Putin.
For this we are called racist, xenophobic, Islamophobic, moronic, and now that Hillary is the Democratic nominee, misogynist.
We don't care.
Trump said something about Judge Curiel's ancestry?
Too damned bad.
The same people who gleefully call him Drumpf now dare to complain about "racism."
But the others side of the argument has no argument. From an American point of view there is no benefit for the country behind open borders and unbridled free trade. The results are indefensible. And yet the stuck-ups at National Review mock rural communities for having problems adjusting to the loss of the factory or mine in that town.
They live in a town whose company is government.
I can hear the howling if the FBI Fingerprinting Center were moved from DC and re-located to West Virginia. In fact I did when Byrd moved it there in 1991.
The dirty little secret is many DC conservatives live off tax-deductible donations.
Imagine if the sugar daddies stopped writing the checks that keep the magazine afloat, as well as pay the think tanks that employ so many National Review writers. They are stuck with their ahistorical New World Order in which the European Union runs England, and the United Nations eventually runs the rest of the world.
The question this election is simple: Do we want to continue down this path away from greatness or not?
Most of the press hates the answer to that question from most Americans.
Coming soon -- "Trump the Press: Don Surber's take on how the pundits blew the 2016 Republican race."