National Review Disinvited From GOP Debate After Publishing Anti-Trump IssueYes, you read that right. Today, America's White Supremacist journal-of-record not only dropped a big snotty "think piece" rebuking Donald Trump for sweeping in and Pied-Pipered all of their chumps and meatheads away, but they turned to such leading thinkers as Erick Erickson and Glenn Beck to help swing the axe.
WASHINGTON — The publisher of the conservative National Review suggested on Thursday that the Republican National Committee is “depriving” its party by disinviting the magazine from hosting a debate because of an anti-Donald Trump symposium it published.
National Review publisher Jack Fowler told BuzzFeed News in an email Thursday night that he was not surprised that the RNC had rescinded its invitation to the magazine to co-host a GOP debate next month. “That said I would argue that the RNC should have waited for someone to complain, if someone was going to,” Fowler said. “The presumption is that our moderator / participant would not have asked an intelligent / fair question.”
On Thursday, National Review published an “Against Trump” issue that features essays arguing against nominating Trump by a range of conservative thinkers, including radio host and blogger Erick Erickson, radio host Glenn Beck, writer John Podhoretz, and evangelical leader Russell Moore. The magazine also published its own editorial calling Trump a “menace to American conservatism.”
In response, the apparatchiks of the Party of chumps and meatheads told America's White Supremacist journal-of-record that they could no longer play in their reindeer games.
National Review is a failing publication that has lost it's way. It's circulation is way down w its influence being at an all time low. Sad!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 22, 2016