Thursday night, the political ends social media became a buzz with the release of numerous articles online from National Review at 9pm Central Time. The topic? Why Donald Trump should not become the Republican nominee for President. With a
byline of "The Editors" a group of over 20 prominent conservative voices jointly wrote one article to express their views on why Donald Trump is not deserving of the GOP nominee. Numerous other articles were individually written by the contributors as well. In the first two paragraphs a feature article titled "Against Trump",
The Editors opine:
Trump is a philosophically unmoored political opportunist who would trash the broad conservative ideological consensus within the GOP in favor of a free-floating populism with strong-man overtones. Trump’s political opinions have wobbled all over the lot. The real-estate mogul and reality-TV star has supported abortion, gun control, single-payer health care à la Canada, and punitive taxes on the wealthy. (He and Bernie Sanders have shared more than funky outer-borough accents.) Since declaring his candidacy he has taken a more conservative line, yet there are great gaping holes in it.

Nationally syndicated talkshow host Glenn Beck is a part of the group who contributed to "Against Trump" for National Review.

Beck states that Trump has supported too many "big government" policies during the Obama administration.  Three of them are: "the stimulus, the auto bailouts, and the bank bailouts. Barack Obama supported all three. So did Donald Trump," Beck wrote.

After the release of the "Against Trump" feature, Donald Trump summed up his thoughts in three tweets:

As it gets closer to the start of the 2016 primaries, Trump continues to poll well with Republican voters in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

The final Republican Presidential Debate before the Iowa Caucus is Thursday, January 28 on the FOX News Channel.