“I’d rather take our chances with nearly anyone else than continue with this certain loser who will likely cost the Senate and much more,” said a New Hampshire Republican — who, like all respondents, completed the survey anonymously.I said from the get-go that this was a fool's errand and now Trump is behind in Georgia. Georgia! That's not just a firebell in the night; that's the foreshadowing of a Reagan-Mondale beatdown.
There was a movie in 1964 called "Seven Days in May" about a planned coup d'etat in America and, if I remember correctly, one scene involved the Vice President and a majority of the cabinet signing a declaration that the President was unfit which gave the imprimatur for a military takeover. (It might have been the 1994 remake that had this scene). This scene invokes section 4 of the 25th Amendment where, if a majority of the Cabinet says the President is a nutcase, he can be removed.
Surely the RNC has some kind of proviso or codicil in their charter to remove the Mad Hatter. Call it whatever you want, although I prefer the "Torricelli switcheroo." Hillary stole the nomination from a decrepit socialist by colluding with the DNC and using her charity as a slush fund. Invoke a sanity clause and install someone who, as a minimum, will not embarrass the Republican party by losing Utah.