Written by Kenn Daily on August 10, 2016

Fifty Republicans formally condemned Donald Trump. The group co-signed a letter claiming the GOP’s presidential candidate “would be the most reckless president in American history.”

The accusations are validated by … nothing.

The signatories collectively announced they would not support Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy. The letter states emphatically, “None of us will vote for Donald Trump.”

The New York Times described the turncoats as “Fifty of the nation’s most senior Republican national security officials, many of them former top aides or cabinet members for President George W. Bush.”

Some Republicans are sorry to see the fifty effectively leave the Grand Old Party. I, on the other hand, feel nothing but relief.

Should we be fretting over a fractured and split Republican Party?

Not in the slightest. Here’s the reason:

Ridding one’s body of toxins, impurities, cancers, and the like can hardly be called “a split.”

The Republican Party is not splitting. It just had a bowel movement.

Nonetheless, the mainstream national media seem intent on displacing reality with the absurd notion that ridding the Republican party of noxious, left-trending foreign bodies is somehow a sign of poor health.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Our bodies are designed to eliminate excrement. When you have a bowel movement, your body is not splitting. It’s simply doing what comes natural to healthy humans.

Likewise, a healthy Republican Party should not only expect regular eliminations, it should be relieved by them.

Failure to rid oneself of impurities will lead to dire sickness and, in time, death. Failure of the GOP to rid itself of impurities will likewise lead to a weakened, divisive party. Without the regular eliminations the party will eventually self-destruct.

The letter lacks specifics. Rather, it’s focus is on unsubstantiated abstracts.

• It condemns the successful business tycoon as lacking character, values, and experience. The letter fails to provide any documentation to support the contentions.

Trump supporters, myself included, perceive him as the sole candidate who truly possesses character, values, and experience. That is specifically why we support him.

Character: He demonstrates character in his willingness to stand immutably against the torrents of media duplicity.

Values: His values are made evident when contrasted with generations of Washington corruption.

Experience: Considering our nation is rapidly approaching a $20-trillion debt, his business experience could not be more valuable at this specific time in American history.

• The letter seems to portray Trump as a loose cannon; a man who fails to act with the dignity expected of a world leader. His behavior is not presidential.

Given the collective failure of past administrations, America needs a president who doesn’t behave presidential.

• According to the letter, “Mr. Trump has demonstrated repeatedly that he has little understanding of America’s vital national interest, its complex diplomatic challenges, its indispensable alliances, and the democratic values on which U.S. foreign policy must be based.”

No citations were offered. None are needed. The accusations are fabrications.

Note that the signatories of the letter are national security officials, “many of them former top aides or cabinet members for President George W. Bush,” according to the New York Times.

The foreign policy failures of president Bush are not only legendary; they are historically evident. Even as your read this article, our nation is embroiled in costly international conflicts exasperated by Bush, his top aides, and cabinet members.

• The cosigners affirm that Trump would be a dangerous president who would “risk our country’s national security and well-being.”

Again, the accusations are as false as they are unsubstantiated.

The centerpiece of Trump’s campaign addresses the most damning risk to national security ever faced by our country: Uncontrolled immigration. He has vowed to build a wall along our nation’s southern border. Considering our nation has constructed 46,876 miles of Interstate highways, it is not implausible or impossible to build a 1,989-mile wall. The wall would be a real measure of homeland security and justified as a defense expenditure. And, as Trump often affirms, Mexico will pick up the tab.

Since 9-11/2001 there have been 28,977* Islamic terror attacks; about three per day. The increased frequency of Islamic terrorism in the United States more than justifies Trump’s pledge to temporarily ban immigrants from Muslim countries. Islam is the world’s largest, oldest, and deadliest hate group. Yet it is embraced by Hillary Clinton and the Democrats.

Trump’s promise to secure our borders is not only a responsible national security policy, it is absolutely necessary for our nation’s survival.

• Earlier this year my body was invaded by bacteria. I was diagnosed with sepsis. Physicians alerted me that immediate action was required for my survival. Without antibiotics, the bacteria would invade my vital organs and I would die.

Fortunately, I survived after a week of intravenous therapy.

America has been invaded from within by the bacteria of cultural Marxism and the regressive left. Trump is the antibiotic we need to survive.

• I recommend you print the afore mentioned letter. Keep in your lavatory where you may read it without wasting your time. Upon completion, use the letter to wipe. Flush.

* As of July 8, 2016

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Kenn Gividen (aka, Kenn Daily) is the publisher of Now 64 years old, Kenn formed his conservative views at the age of 14 and was an early member of Young Americans for Freedom. He is a vociferous anti-racist but sets himself apart from most conservatives by refusing to be bullied into silence regarding racial issues. Violent black crime is a signature issue of his website. Kenn is a semi-retired business owner. He lives in Indiana with his wife of 40 years. He has two grown children -- a daughter and son -- four grandchildren, and two granddogs.