The American conservatives are now united against President-elect Donald Trump and their support is not a matter of opinion.
The American Conservatism is the most prominent conservative organization in the U.S. with nearly 1 million members and a membership base of more than 2.3 million.
The organization’s executive director, Ken Blackwell, told The American Prospect’s Robert Draper, that the American Conservatives are no longer going to support the president-elect.
Blackwell said the American Conservative’s decision was made on Monday morning.
It is a decision that is not in any way influenced by politics.
I would say that our members don’t care about politics.
They care about being free and they care about freedom of speech.
In a statement, Blackwell added that he would “continue to speak out against President Trump” as the incoming administration moves forward.
But Blackwell’s statement came after the American Conservatory, an organization affiliated with the American conservative movement, voted to end its relationship with the group after a petition drive began in May to pressure the group to end the association.
“The American Conservative is not the same as the American National Conservative,” Blackwell told Draper.
“We are not the American Heritage Party.
We are not a 501(c)(4) political organization.
We have not ever been a political party.
We’ve never even been affiliated with a political candidate.”
Blackwell said in his statement that the decision was not based on political affiliation, but instead on the organization’s mission statement and its stated principles.
“There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers to questions of policy, and the American Constitution is the supreme law of the land.
We must never forget this, and we are proud to stand in solidarity with the Constitution,” Blackwell wrote.
He went on to add that the group is “deeply disappointed” by the election of Trump, who has made promises of a wall, a ban on Muslim immigration, and a Muslim registry.
“To the American people, we will always stand against the bigotry of President-Elect Trump,” Blackwell said.
“It is a sad day for our movement.
The next president of the United States will have to deal with the challenges of this country and the people of this great country.”
The American National Conservatives, founded in 1954 by Frank Gaffney, was the first national conservative group to formally endorse Donald Trump.
The group has also remained neutral during the presidential election cycle.
The conservative group’s leadership has been split between former Trump campaign staffers and conservative activists who are concerned about the incoming Trump administration’s anti-Muslim rhetoric and plans to roll back civil liberties and religious freedoms.
Blackwell’s move to end his association with the National Conservative Coalition comes after the organization announced that it would end its membership agreement with the Trump transition team.
The move comes after a series of high-profile resignations by Trump campaign officials in recent days, including campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, campaign chair Sam Clovis, and senior adviser Paul Manafort.
According to the group’s statement, the AmericanConservative is not going to participate in the transition and has no plans to do so in the future.