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On the Trump Bandwagon

Political pundit Joe Dan Gorman continues his case for Republican candidate Donald Trump in “The Yuge Case for Donald Trump Part II.” Gorman says, “When I decided to come out of the closet as a Trump supporter, I figured some of my viewers would get upset. Truth be told, I’m not here to make friends. I love you all, but I’m here to do everything I can and fight as hard as I can to help save this country.” Gorman explains his support for Trump in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Trump Will Not Be Owned

Donald Trump continues to electrify crowds across the country, but establishment Republicans claim it’s because of the abundance of low-information voters. Not so, says political commentator Joe Dan Gorman, and he intends to prove it. “Donald Trump is not your ordinary politician,” he says. “I don’t think anybody would possibly dispute that. But a lot (of people) suggest it’s a bad thing. It’s not a bad thing, it’s a good thing, and he’s defying all the laws of the political universe. His ideas: A sound immigration policy, returning manufacturing jobs to America, negotiating better trade deals. These are not radical ideas, These are common-sense ideas.” Tune in as Gorman makes his case for The Donald in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Riding the Trump Train

If it’s Intellectual Froglegs, you can be assured that Joe Dan Gorman is pummeling liberals. In this edition, Gorman chastises the lamestream media for dissing the candidacy of rising star Dr. Ben Carson, takes on the climate change fanatics and unabashedly reasserts, “I’m on the Trump Train.” Says Gorman, “I believe the man’s sincere and he clearly loves America. And you know what, the man tells the truth. It might come out clunky or socially insensitive, but but you know he’s telling the truth.”

We’re Mad As Hell …

When “the new” GOP ran away with the midterm elections in 2014, ceasing control of Congress, the electorate rejoiced. Finally, some formidable opposition to the corrupt leftist regime of President Obama and his cronies. But what happened? The GOP-controlled House and the Senate have capitulated to President Destruct-O’s every wish by funding the Iran Nuke Deal, Planned Parenthood, executive amnesty and Obamacare. But guess what, asks political commentator Joe Dan Gorman, “a conservative revolt is brewing.” In the immortal silver screen rant of Howard Beale in the 1976 film Network: “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore.” Join Gorman as he lauds the exploits of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, among others still fighting for the conservative base, in this moving edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Trump’s Autumn of Irritation

Weighing in on the always entertaining Donald Trump debate, political commentator Joe Dan Gorman says, “It appears that the summer of Trump is now moving into the autumn of irritation.” But The Donald won’t go away and appears to be getting stronger as the campaign gets longer. “Even the people against Trump are admitting that the establishment is out to get Trump,” Gorman says. “Forty-four of the questions in the CNN debate focuses on Donald Trump. Twenty-six questions contained Donald Trump’s name. And 26 of those questions were asked to the other candidates.” Gorman doubles down on his support for Trump in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Post-Constitution America

We have no doubt entered post-Constitution America, one filled with double standards and one adhering to laws merely for the sake of political expediency. Our great nation never experienced these problems for 239 years until now. “We’re no longer a nation of laws,” says political commentator Joe Dan Gorman. “We’re sick of the double standard crap, this for thee and not for me crap. We have a government that cherry picks the laws it enforces, and it only enforces the ones that promote their big-government agenda.” Gorman expouds on the issue in this scintillating edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Trump Deflecting Detractors

“The GOP always betrays conservatives, and that’s why we need Trump,” says political pundit Joe Dan Gorman. But although Donald Trump is more to the center than the conservative faction of the party, he also has a GOP bullseye on his back. “Donald Trump is the antithesis of political correctness, and that’s why he’s our selected middle finger,” Gorman says. Learn more about Gorman’s support for the anti-establishment Trump, who has taken the GOP and the nation by storm, in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

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Betrayed By the GOP

Joe Dan Gorman admits he was one of the cheerleaders when Kentucky’s Mitch McConnell and Republicans won the Senate in a landslide, giving the GOP control of Congress. But ohhh what a letdown it’s been for Gorman and conservatives. “Our Republican Party, they’re not just allowing the Democrats to steamroll our Bill of Rights, they’re helping them,” Gorman says. “We’re sick of being lied to, but now, we’re scared for our children.” Join Gorman as he explains further in this enlightening edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

The Plight Of the GOP

Zeroing in on the 2016 presidential election, political commentator Joe Dan Gorman asks, “Is it the end, or is it a reawakening?” Gorman says this could be the last go-round–at least for a long while–for Republicans to get their act together and right America’s ship. Meanwhile, pundits are intent on blaming GOP in-fighting and discord on presidential candidate Donald Trump and company. Gorman strongly disagrees. “You know what? The GOP is already destroying the GOP. They don’t need our help,” he says. Tune in as Gorman elaborates and also opines on Hillary Clinton and Benghazi, and the Planned Parenthood fiasco in this edition of Intellectual Froglegs.

Stop Feeding the Rinos

Joe Dan Gorman resumes his attack on radical liberalism in the first installment of “Frogleg Minute,” a spinoff of Intellectual Froglegs. Gorman, aka the Unicorn Whisperer, says the intensely biased media must stop attacking Donald Trump, but begin emulating what he’s doing right. “The dude is standing up to a bully media. And not only is he standing up, he’s pushing back,” Gorman says. “People love him, ‘but he’s insensitive!’ Who gives a crap! He’s right.” Gorman also tees off on the recent revelation on secret side deals to the Iran nuke deal, and predicts the whole issue may well be the spark of World War III.

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