Scant days away from an anticipated schlonging in the Florida primary, Marco Rubio is desperately trying to remain relevant. Considering that  Jeb! hasn’t yet endorsed him it looks like barring a miracle  – or some timely voting machine trickery – that Prince Marco’s once promising political career will slowly sink into the swamps come Wednesday. It should come as no surprise that young Rubio is reneging on his adherence to the RNC’s Reince Priebus’ Stalinst pledge to back the eventual nominee. It would seem that this bodes well for front-runner Donald Trump as weaseling out of his pledge shows that the sweaty Cuban con artist is finally getting it through his arrogant skull that it won’t be him.

Politico reports that “Rubio, Kasich waver on supporting Trump as GOP nominee”:

Marco Rubio and John Kasich on Saturday said they were no longer sure they could support Donald Trump should he become the GOP presidential nominee after protests and unrest sparked by a planned Trump rally in Chicago.

“I don’t know,” the Florida senator said, pausing in despair, after being asked directly if he stands by his pledge to support Trump if he’s the party’s nominee. “I already talked about the fact that I think Hillary Clinton would be terrible for this country, but the fact that you’re even asking me that question … I still at this moment intend to support the Republican nominee, but … it’s getting harder every day.”

John Kasich wavered too. “It makes it extremely difficult,” he told reporters in Ohio.

Both the Florida senator and Ohio governor, fighting to avoid campaign-ending losses to Trump in their home states on Tuesday, blamed him for fostering a climate at his campaign events that enables violence. That climate, Rubio said, has the country “careening toward chaos and anarchy.”

“We settle our differences in this country at the ballot box, not with guns or bayonets or violence,” Rubio said during a press conference before his first campaign event of the day in the Tampa area.

“You wonder if we’re headed in a different direction today where we’re no longer capable of having differences of opinion but in fact now protests become a license to take up violence and take on your opponents physically,” he said. “This is what happens when a leading presidential candidate goes around feeding into a narrative of bitterness and anger and frustration.”

Rubio along with Trump’s other opponents and various and sundry haters are exploiting the Nazi Brownshirt style  tactics that shut down a Trump rally in Chicago. If Rubio, Kasich and Cruz are taking the sides with a bunch of cop-hating anti-American black militants and aspiring young Marxists it’s clear that they themselves no longer have a place in the GOP. Politico also reports that the Miami motor mouth is imploring his supporters – a rapidly dwindling and forlorn bunch to vote for Kasich in the Ohio primary.

As also reported by Politico “Rubio urges voters to back Kasich in Ohio to stop Trump”:

Marco Rubio, desperate to save his presidential campaign in his home state, is adopting the Mitt Romney strategy—asking Republicans hoping to stop Donald Trump to support his rival, John Kasich, in Ohio.

“John Kasich is the only one who can beat Donald Trump in Ohio,” Rubio said. “If a voter in Ohio is motivated by stopping Donald Trump, I suspect that’s the only choice they can make.”

The flip-side of that strategic gambit is to convince any voters in Florida not backing Trump to support him in Tuesday’s primary.

“I’m the only one who can beat Trump in Florida,” Rubio said during a press conference Friday morning at Temple Beth El.

“A vote for Ted Cruz or John Kasich in Florida is a vote for Donald Trump. Any vote that doesn’t go to me is helping Donald Trump win the 99 delegates that this state will award to the winner.”

Rubio denied any quid pro quo with Kasich. “

Rubio and Kasich along with a good number of highly influential neocons are now in full sabotage mode, they are going to make the pivot to backing Hillary Clinton in November and want to do as much as they can to destroy the Republican party apparatus to weaken Trump. Now there’s some ‘loyalty’ that even a pledge can’t anticipate. It brings to mind the infamous Vietnam era quote:  “we had to destroy the village in order to save it” but in 2016 what really needs to be saved are the asses of rats like Rubio whose gargantuan egos won’t allow them to accept that they are being rejected by the voters.

The Washington Post which is the central transmission station for anti-Trump propaganda is claiming that Rubio changed his mind about honoring the pledge due to the “violence” but that’s horseshit, he never expected that Trump would hand his ass to him in such a humiliating manner an