There is no doubt that the Establishment is scared shitless about Trump becoming President, and it's not just for the reasons that are widely reported. Consider his position on vaccinations.
I happen to agree with him, but you have to understand how politically incorrect that is. It is as politically incorrect as saying that Oswald was innocent.
Here he is talking about it at one of the Republican debates. You can start at the 3 minute mark.
He claims that 35 years ago, if you look at the statistics, it's not even close. The rate of autism is now 1 in 69 of live births. He says he wants smaller doses of vaccines spread out over a longer period of time. Hmm. I wonder how he claims to know that that would make a big difference and solve the problem and render the vaccines safe. It seems like wishful thinking to me. But, he recalls the case of an employee of his who took their healthy 2 year old in for vaccines, and the child got deathly sick with a high fever, recovered, but then became autistic. And note that that is an M.D. standing next to him, Dr. Ben Carson, and interestingly enough, he doesn't react the way M.D.s are supposed to react, which is, "How dare you? Did you go to medical school? Do you know anything about vaccination science? No, you don't. So, shut your trap, and leave it to the fucking experts." But, I've got to hand it to Ben; he doesn't seem to be reacting that way. He took it all in stride.
But, for a celebrity of any kind to question the safety and effectiveness of vaccines is NOT OK, and they are invariably tarred and feathered for it.
The point is that questioning vaccination officialdom is like questioning JFK officialdom; it's not OK. It's just another "conspiracy theory" to the powers-that-be. And yet, one of these conspiracy theorists is about to become President.