According to conservative talk-radio host Grant Stinchfield from Dallas, TX, if you’re a member of the Never Trump movement you’re now somehow “anti-American”:

An excerpt:

Ted Cruz lost. Donald Trump won. They both played by the rules. That’s how a campaign works. We have winners and losers. Instead of moving on and backing the chosen nominee, these anti-American Never Trumpers now want to scream and moan about how stupid the American voters are. It’s an arrogant response that sounds eerily similar to John Boehner and Mitch McConnell’s response after the rise of the Tea Party. They even sound like my seven-year-old son when I told him he could not have two cookies. He looked at me and pouted, “Then I don’t want any!”

Anti-Trump voters aren’t happy, to say the least:

And today’s sentiment is a far cry from Stinchfield’s last op-ed in The Federalist from April where he apologized for voting for Trump in the Texas primary and called the now presumptive GOP nominee a “train wreck” with “no depth”:

Donald Trump is off the rails. He is a train wreck. It’s not just his antics and childish behavior that has me so put off, it’s his failure to improve as a candidate.

After nine months on the campaign trail, I expected Trump to fully grasp the issues and have in-depth policy solutions to our problems. Yet he still is “winging it.” He has failed to surround himself with top-notch, respected experts to craft a legitimate conservative platform. The reality is now clear: Trump has no depth, and he fails to grasp even the most basic conservative principles.

Stinchfield did also write back in April that he’ll “vote for whoever the Republican nominee is,” but can he really be surprised there are some conservatives who also think Trump is “off the rails” and are not quite ready to pull the lever?

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