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These 9 facts demonstrate why Americans support Trump, despite the establishment's desperate smear attempts

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(NaturalNews) Billionaire Donald Trump has led the crowded field of Republican presidential contenders from the moment he entered the race on a promise to "build a big, beautiful wall" along the U.S. Southwest border "and make Mexico pay for it." And yet, oddly, the GOP establishment still thinks his campaign is going to implode, and that when all is said and done, Republican voters will choose a "saner" candidate to be the party's standard-bearer next year (read "a GOP candidate the Washington establishment endorses").

Those "preferred" candidates include Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, John Kasich and, to a lesser extent Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida – even though all of them, save Rubio, are polling in the low single digits.

So what gives? Why won't the Donald simply "go away?" What keeps him not only at the top of the GOP list, but rising in popularity as we near the primaries?

Easy: Trump is saying what is on the minds of tens of millions of Americans concerned about the direction of their country and ticked off at the cavalier manner in which the elites abuse our trust and violate our founding principles.

'Shrill sanctimony'

John Nolte, writing at Breitbart News, noted nine facts about Islam that the mainstream media and political class don't want you to know (but which Trump – wittingly and, perhaps, unwittingly – is making plain, to his advantage).

First, Nolte pays homage to Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., who recently used facts and common sense to present a good case against Trump's "ban Muslims temporarily" proposal.

"Contrast that with the shrill sanctimony, the outright lies about constitutional issues, and the politically correct emotional blackmail we've seen from the D.C. media" since the statement was made, Nolte wrote. "This is why Donald Trump is right now winning this debate."

The manner in which Trump introduced his proposal – a press release that no one anticipated, delivered late on a Monday afternoon following the San Bernardino shootings – was tactical in nature and "designed to keep his enemies off guard and sputtering," Nolte said. And it worked: Regardless of who was doing the talking against Trump's proposal – Jeb Bush or CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Democratic contender Hillary Clinton or MSNBC's Joe Scarborough – all looked "dazed, confused, and weak."

Nolte continued in his assessment:

"Best of all, they are exposing themselves by retreating into their dangerous, politically correct talking points — talking points that lie about the true threat of Islamic extremism.

"Here's the thing, though: The American people know these are lies. They have seen Paris and San Bernardino and Fort Hood and Boston and Chattanooga and on and on and on and on. They have access to a New Media that tells the truth about Islam. Even if they don't have all the facts, their instincts tell them something is horribly, terribly wrong when Obama and his DC Media allies paint Islam with Happy Talk."

Here's why Trump's winning the Muslim debate

All sourced, Nolte listed the nine reasons why Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric is resonating:

-- 1. Muslims in America are about 5,000 times more likely to commit an attack than non-Muslims. [Source]

-- 2. ISIS is already spread out around the U.S. [Source]

-- 3. 51 percent of Muslims in the U.S. support some form of Sharia, which is anathema to the U.S. Constitution. [Source]

-- 4. And 25 percent say violence against Americans is justified. [Source]

-- 5. Significant proportions of Muslims from around the world support ISIS. [Source]

-- 6. Alarming proportions of Muslims support suicide bombings. [Source]

-- 7. Only 81 percent of Muslims in the U.S. believe violence is never justified. [Source]

-- 8. Globally, concerning numbers of Muslims also back sharia law. [Source]

-- 9. Every year the U.S. admits thousands of Muslims from countries that support Sharia law. [Source]

As Nolte noted: "Obama, Democrats, and the DC Media bury these truths beneath hate rhetoric that labels others liars and hollow platitudes about 'our values' and 'tolerance.' And that should scare us more than anything else."

Rightfully, he thinks Trump was making less of a policy proclamation and more of a statement, for look at how the country is finally having a conversation that we should have had long ago, but that few inside the Beltway want to have.





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