The GOP is in panic mode, and rightfully so. They've fully lost control of their party via Republican, mad-scientist-magnum opus, Donald J. Trump and are starting to accept their fate that he will be the GOP nominee. But not everyone is abandoning ship just yet.
Since the two mendacious, xenophobic misanthropes, who both happen to be Hispanic, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, are ironically fighting over honesty, Laura Ingraham is giving her two cents to help out Marco Roboto triumph and shrink the GOP field down to two. She appeared this morning on Fox and Friends to advise the Republican hopeful...sort of.
Laura admonished Cruz that he didn't push back from the Rubio accusations more forcefully, more like Donald Trump would have done. However, it presents an opportunity for the Rubio camp to mount an offensive against Cruz. But it's trite, as far as she's concerned, and he needs to go big, and go right. FAR RIGHT.
INGRAHAM: They want Rubio to be the man against Trump and they basically want Kasich and Cruz out of the way, the establishment does. So they're jumping all over this, so it's very predictable.
The radio host/Fox 'News' pundit is trying to explain why Rubio needs to change course. He needs to be more radical and cater to the immigrant-fearing base. Here's why she thinks this way:
INGRAHAM: Here's what people are missing in this race: you can have all the endorsements you want from all the elected officials you want you could have the Bushes, you could have Tim Scott, you could have Nikki Haley. But if you're lined up with the policies that have driven the middle class into a hole over the last fifteen years, globalist economic policies, really horrible, unenforceable trade deals, open borders immigration, foreign workers coming in to take American jobs, and, and a military policy that a lot of people think has gone awry. If you're lined up with those policies, you can have all the endorsements you want, but you're not going to win these contests, because the American middle class... they're rising up against the old order and the dinosaurs of the GOP...(Rubio) is kind of a younger, Cuban version of Jeb Bush, so why am I going to go to Rubio?
Kooiman, the blonde centerpiece on the couch, suggests Rubio dispense with Kasich by promising him the VP spot. Ingraham thinks that Trump can easily triumph in Ohio, no matter what Kasich is doing, because of the un-propitious trade deals that have royally screwed Ohioans. Trump, according to a summary of polls, is leading Kasich by a margin of 31%-26%, so this is a lose-lose for everyone but Trump.
Laura Ingraham suggests Marco Roboto has to do a 'mea-culpa' on his previous stance of amnesty and humanity with regards to immigration reform. He has to go back and totally disavow any shred of humane thought and treat immigrants like the garbage the GOP claims they are, because that's what the base wants. Big donors, apparently, want someone that will oust the Donald and be the malleable figurehead that Rubio would most assuredly be. But sadly, she doesn't seem too optimistic that this will come to pass.
She cautions the whole movement against Trump, believing, no matter what, that he will still garner the nomination because he's tapped in to the enthusiasm of the uneducated, huddled masses of the GOP base. Thou shalt reap what thou hast sown, GOP.