Conservative Rick Wilson: Trump Is “Sweaty and Terrified” After Story Claiming He Mocked Dead Troops

Conservative Rick Wilson suggested on Friday that the Trump White House is in a panic following a story claiming the President mocked dead U.S. soldiers and refused to visit a military cemetery.

Wilson, a former Republican political strategist opposed to Trump, shared a tweet from the President defending himself against a charge that he didn’t want to grant the late Senator John McCain a state funeral. read more

Conservative Rick Wilson: People Will Piss on Trump’s Grave Because of His “Treason”

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Rick Wilson is holding nothing back these days in his criticism of Donald Trump. The former Republican political strategist openly accused the President of treason.

Wilson spoke to The Daily Beast‘s Molly Jong-Fast on Tuesday. He is a co-host for that news outlet’s New Abnormal  podcast. Wilson didn’t pull any punches.

“The word traitor and the word treason in this country gets abused like crazy,” Wilson said.

“It’s true. But sometimes by you,” Jong-Fast said.

“But in this case, it’s not an abuse of the word,” Wilson replied.

Wilson is referring to reports that Trump knew perhaps as long ago as last year that Russia was offering bounties for the deaths of U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

“He met the literal definition of treason. He gave aid and comfort to the enemy and abetted the enemy. He did not take action.”

He went on to suggest that Trump would end up being so disrespected that people would even target his final resting place.

“This is a guy who was already going down into the dustbin of history,” Wilson said.

“And now there’s going to be a line at his grave where they’re going to have to throw cat litter down. Because people are gonna piss on it for all time,” he said.

“Wait, things got very dark,” Jong-Fast said.

The President this morning claimed the story about Russian bounties was a hoax.

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Critics Shred Trump’s Newest Conspiracy: “Crown Jewel of Absolute Dumbf*ckery”

Donald Trump’s critics have rounded on him after he shared a conspiracy about a 75-year-old peace activist. The President told his Twitter followers that the man could have faked his assault by police.

Buffalo protester shoved by Police could be an ANTIFA provocateur,” Trump said.

“I watched, he fell harder than was pushed. Was aiming scanner. Could be a set up?”

Buffalo police pushed Martin Gugino to the ground and two officers

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Rick Wilson Calls Trump’s Social Media Executive Order “Vomit” and Slams Its “Ludicrously Wrong” Supporters

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Conservative Rick Wilson has preemptively attacked Donald Trump’s impending executive order on social media. He also warned Republicans it could end badly for them.

“We don’t know what the WH Counsel’s office is going to vomit out when it comes to this social media executive order, but the idea by many Trump ‘conservatives’ that this is a Good Thing, is I think, ludicrously wrong,” Wilson tweeted.

1/ We don't know what the WH Counsel's office is going to vomit out when it comes to this social media executive order, but the idea by many Trump "conservatives" that this is a Good Thing, is I think, ludicrously wrong.

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Shania Twain Is Showing That Donald Trump Is Radioactive

Republican consultant Rick Wilson wrote a book called “Everything Trump Touches Dies” and this morning’s news is showing just how true that is.  Canadian singer Shania Twain responded to an interview question by saying she would have voted for Trump if she could, because he seemed like he was “honest.”

In The Guardian Twain was quoted as saying, “I would have voted for him because, even though he was offensive, he seemed honest. Do you want straight or polite? Not that you shouldn’t be able to have both. If I were voting, I just don’t want bull——t. I would have voted for a feeling that it was transparent. And politics has a reputation of not being that, right?”

The backlash against Twain was immediate and severe.  Minutes after the interview was published, her name was the top trending item on Twitter. Even longtime fans were denouncing her and disowning her.

Her positive comments about the president may have killed her career comeback, so she has been doing her best to take back her fateful words.   She issued a statement to PEOPLE Magazine, saying, “I would like to apologize to anybody I have offended in a recent interview with The Guardian relating to the American president.”

The top-selling singer also posted a series of tweets in which she attempted to undo the damage caused by her words supporting the worst president in U.S. history.

“I would like to apologise to anybody I have offended in a recent interview with the Guardian relating to the American President. The question caught me off guard. As a Canadian, I regret answering this unexpected question without giving my response more context (1/4)”

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Republican Strategist Rick Wilson Slams Trump’s ‘Neo-Nazi’ Base Of Supporters

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Rick Wilson, one of the most outspoken #NeverTrump Republican figures, tore into Trump’s “neo-Nazi” fanbase on Tuesday night, saying Trump supporters “range in sophistication from the guys who are fairly clever race-baiters to the crazies in mom’s basement screaming for Hot Pockets and a new Holocaust.”

Watch the full segment below, via MSNBC:

Wilson said:

The fact of that matter is, Donald Trump understands who these people are. I’ve come to believe it’s not a bug, it’s a feature. This is is a guy who understands that the center of his play is this deeply resentful, edge-case group of people who really believe that the Jews control the world and that white nationalism is the future of American politics. They range in sophistication from the guys who are fairly clever race-baiters…to the crazies in mom’s basement screaming for Hot Pockets and a new Holocaust. read more