Trump is playing his remaining haters for fools, although they can’t see it as they are emasculated cucks with poor social skills.
According to Byron York, Trump reached out to some of his high profile critics:
“I don’t know if I’m making news here,” National Review’s Jonah Goldberg said on Fox News Wednesday. “[Trump] also reached out to ‘National Review,’ a magazine that’s been pretty critical of him, asking for judges.”
On Friday morning, one of the most vocal #NeverTrumpers of all, Wisconsin conservative radio host Charlie Sykes, announced that Trump had sent him a handwritten, conciliatory note. The note was a copy of the New York Times with an article about formerly anti-Trump conservatives coming around to supporting Trump. Trump had written, “Charlie — I hope you can change your mind. Look forward to doing your show.” After the signature, Trump added, “I WILL WIN!”
Notice this important detail. Trump did not send this story to the media, his haters did.
Trump’s haters thought they would increase their social status by saying, “Look, Trump is reaching out to us. We are strong!”
Because they are not men of honor, they don’t realize they look petty and small minded.
Under the rules of being a man, when someone reaches out to you, he’s being the “bigger man.” If you act catty in response, you lose.
Yet again you see why National Review and other “true conservatives” are failing. They have no understanding of social dynamics or what it means to be a man.
They never read my book Danger & Play. Don’t make the same mistake.