The mainstream media and the conservative media are in a state of shock on the day after Super Tuesday.
They are still unable to come to terms with Donald Trump's massive appeal.
Still unwilling to acknowledge that Ted Cruz is actually a viable candidate for the White House.
They still just can't seem to understand why American voters will not do their bidding and support Marco Rubio.
There’s plenty of book smarts among that crowd -- but no street smarts.
So let me explain what this election is all about.
It's about the hundreds of Indiana workers who just found out their jobs are heading to Mexico.
It's about the Disney employees who were fired -- and then forced to train their foreign replacements.
It's about a systematic invasion of our nation by illegal aliens -- while our government turns a blind eye.
It's about people like Kate Steinle -- murdered on American soil -- by an illegal immigrant.
It's about a war on religious liberty -- and our right to bear arms.
It's about a feckless government that refuses to acknowledge we are at war with radical Islam.
For the past eight years -- we have been told that America is no longer an exceptional nation -- that we are responsible for global chaos.
That Old Glory is a sign of racism and xenophobia.
The American people are fed up. And now we're serving notice on both parties: We are beholden to no one -- Republican or Democrat -- and if we have to burn down the village to save village -- then burn, baby, burn.
That's what this election is all about.