On Thursday, CJ Pearson and Ryan Fournier, National Chairman of Students For Trump, released the following statement in response to the recent disavowal of GOP nominee Donald Trump by the Chairwoman of the College Republican National Committee, demanding her resignation.
“Alexandra Smith, Chairwoman of the College Republican National Committee (CRNC), put herself before her party and ultimately, before her country," they said.
In a tweet, Smith made clear that she was unable to support the nominee of the Republican Party.
"And for that reason," they added, "we are calling for her resignation. As a private citizen, we respect the right of Alexandra to support the candidate of her choosing, but in her capacity as Chairwoman of the CRNC, we see it as her moral obligation to support the GOP nominee."
According to the College Republican National Committee's website, they said, "it is the mission of the CRNC to 'elect Republican candidates, support the Republican agenda, and become the future leaders of the conservative movement.' Due to the discordant opinions of Chairwoman Smith and the CRNC as to who to support, doubt rests upon the ability of the College Republicans to perform two crucial tenets of its organizational mission: elect Republican candidates and support the Republican agenda.
"This is why it is imperative Chairwoman Smith steps aside," the statement said. "On November 8th, it will be a time for a choosing. A choice between a campaign that has put America first since its commencement, the campaign of Donald J. Trump, or the campaign of the morally bankrupt, dishonest Hillary Rodham Clinton.
"When it comes to the 2016 presidential election, Alexandra has made the wrong choice and it is why the undersigned and the thousands of young Americans we represent are calling for her resignation. James Freeman Clarke once said, 'A politician thinks of the next election. A statesman, of the next generation.' Alexandra is undoubtedly guilty of the former.”
Smith is not the only Republican to disavow Trump.
A number of Republicans -- including prominent conservatives -- have turned their backs on Trump with some demanding he step down, effectively handing America over to Democrat Hillary Clinton and her puppet-master, George Soros.
A post at Breitbart noted:
They are worried that Trump’s 2005 comments — made when he was a businessman, TV star, and private citizen — will be the next Todd Akin moment, when Republicans let Democrats saddle them with one odd comment about abortion in 2012. Then as now, Republicans compounded the damage by treating a media controversy as a “crisis.”
It is worth asking whether this panicked mob has the rudimentary courage required to stand up to the Islamic State, or Vladimir Putin, if they cannot bear the pressure of a manufactured “October surprise.”
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