I quit the Republican Party in 2012 because the party leadership was entrenched in a downward spiral, enabling the Democratic Party goals rather than advancing a conservative agenda. This election confirms that suspicion. The Republican establishment elites have stabbed the nominee in the back.
There are two obstacles: A sudden nationalist move in the opposite direction and a prominent standard bearer. Enter Donald Trump and fed-up conservatives, independents and Democrats tired of being taken for granted. This includes minority voters and gun owners in all demographics.
Result? Trump wins. At which time all the pundits should find real jobs.
Jim Kononoff, Coral Gables