RUSH: Holy cow, folks. Trump Derangement Syndrome is spreading. Trump Derangement Syndrome is everywhere. It literally is everywhere. Well, we’re not deranged here because we don’t get deranged about anything, but, I mean, the Drive-Bys, the Democrats, many in the Republican Party are just beside themselves now. They don’t know what to do.
For example, from CBS News: “Get Trump Off Ballot, Demands Ex-New Hampshire GOP Leader –– A former chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party wants Donald Trump off the state’s GOP presidential primary ballot.” The guy’s name is Fergus Cullen. “Fergus Cullen filed a formal complaint Monday –” wait ’til you hear this “– challenging Trump’s eligibility to appear on the ballot as a Republican due to his ‘inconsistent views.'” He should not be permitted on the ballot because of, quote, “his inconsistent views” and, quote, “his purpose to sabotage the Republican Party.”
“It is my belief that Mr. Trump must present evidence that he is a registered member of the Republican Party because his views … are inconsistent with the Republican Party platform and the Republican Party of New Hampshire’s statement of principles and bylaws.” It’s a six page manifesto outlining every one of what Fergus Cullen says are Trump’s flip-flops dating back to 1999.
Who knew that you could be prohibited from running for election for having inconsistent views. Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight, you know, this polling wunderkind that used to be at the New York Times that leftists invested all of their hope and prayers in in 2012, he’s telling everybody, look, all you people worried about Trump, forget it. The polling data right now doesn’t mean anything, because nobody’s paying attention. All of this is superfluous. This is all gonna change when we get into the new year and we’re only a month or so away from the Hawkeye Cauci.
He says you’re gonna see an entirely different picture once polling begins as we get near the election, so stop fretting it. Trump’s not gonna be anywhere. He doesn’t come out and say that specifically. That’s the overall point.