A conservative Latino’s view on politics…
As readers of RightOnDaily.com know, conservative victories are few and far between in the blue state of “Kalifornia” but we never give or concede the fight. This past primary we were victorious but the fight to reclaim our land has just begun. With that, we need warriors. John Cox holds an 850,000-vote lead over Assemblyman Travis Allen. Some Cox supporters are still unnecessarily battling. Engaging the dwindling Allen supporters that are full of vitriol. DON’T. It’s time to move on!
Most Allen supporters are joining us to battle alongside Cox against the evil beast, known as “GRUESOME NEWSOM.” They understand what’s at stake for this blue state that’s turning bloodred with pension debt, sanctuary statehood, high poverty, high unemployment, and jobs fleeing the state with the working-class following.
Their Numbers are Dwindling Daily
There are a few Allen supporters that can’t let go and want to fight. They’re like wounded beasts yet gain short-term satisfaction by denigrating Cox and his supporters. Don’t encourage them. They’re bitter, angry and resentful after suffering a beatdown of epic proportions.
Realize this – their flock is dwindling each day. The few remaining keep their hate going by feeding off you when you respond to them. They’re looking to fight and vent their anger and vitriol at someone, anyone with their only criteria – their foe be a John Cox for governor supporter.
For some of the more kindhearted Cox supporters, realize on the internet, most people become 700-pound gorillas behind a computer making statements they’d never say to you in person. Never forget that.
Time to Focus on “Gruesome Newsom”
Forgive them and realize the more we focus on Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom and the rest of the leftist‘s agenda, the quicker those who are still angry will come around. His plans to make life even worse with higher taxes, an unaffordable single-payer tax plan, and so much more is the key to our victory. Trying to convince those who won’t let the primary go, is not conducive to Cox winning in November nor of bringing Cox and Allen camps together.
We’ve all been there
Those who know me, and have seen my battles with them, know I give and take better than they do – they hated me because I used their tactics. That time is over and trying to debate them keeps us from moving ahead. I’ve not engaged one person because it’s time to move forward.
Anyone who supported any candidate other than President Donald Trump last election cycle knows how Allen supporters feel. Remember that. Show compassion. My own experience – I was like these few angry Allen supporters when Trump destroyed my candidate, Ted Cruz. Destroy him, he did, and I was bitter and angry!
For me and millions of Cruz supporters, we slowly came around with the realization the Democrats were the enemy as we saw Trump versus Hillary Rodham Clinton heat up. That opened my eyes more than any Trump surrogate trying to tell me it’s time to move forward.
My anger blinded me and didn’t want to let go. Clinton and the lies spewed by the mainstream media (MSM) and Democrats gave me the “reality check” and put everything back into perspective. We Cruz supporters eventually came around.
Have patience with the few who can’t let go. Don’t block them or antagonize them because we’re going to need every single vote. The Allen camp had its share of warriors who fought to the bitter end and we need them to take up the conservative mantle. To fight with John Cox to win back this state!
For now, we can support Cox on social media by exposing “Gruesome Newsom” and the leftist, socialist, liberalism he wants to expand on. You can also support him by getting off the computer or device your reading this on and go out and volunteer and do something instead of just posting.
Finally, … have compassion, my friends, have compassion.
William Del Pilar is politically active, currently sitting on the Valley Center Community Planning Group’s board (VCCPG), an elected position. Technically, he’s a politician. As an entrepreneur, Del Pilar drove his fantasy sports company to set the standard for analysis and news distribution, helping to commercialize the industry from 1997-2008. Del Pilar sat on the boards of the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) and Fantasy Sports Ventures (now owned by Gannett Co., Inc.). You can view his other Op-Eds at the Valley Roadrunner, Del Pilar’s hometown paper and SD Rostra, San Diego’s online hub for politics.