Donald Trump’s supporters in the Empire State made it clear, that Trump is their man. It didn’t take long to separate the men from the boys, but when it was all done, Trump was the last man standing. According to the polls, Trump garnered 65% of the vote with Kasich reaping 22% and Cruz a blip on the radar screen with 14%. In so doing Trump will have picked up 95 delegates.
Mr. Trump secured the 58 – winner take all – votes in Arizona, once again showing the resilience of his formidable campaign. Cruz won Utah with the help of Mitt the turncoat Romney, who lobbied on Cruz’s behalf in the Mormon State; this was no surprise. As the board now stands, Trump is closer to securing the nomination as he piles up delegates and increases his lead over Cruz. Kasich is far behind, with no chance to bring home the top prize. So expect some sort of deal, it is inevitable, between the Kasich and Trump. However, read the following paragraph in order to ascertain the eligibility or non-eligibility of CRUZ.
No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident . To us the preceding eligibility requirements are crystal clear. Note, where it says “or a citizen of the United States, as the time of the adoption of this Constitution”, this clearly implies that one seeking the highest office in the Land must be today a Natural Born Citizen which conclusively means, “BORN IN THE UNITED STATES.” This must be litigated because according to the Constitution Ted Cruz is NOT ELIGIBLE. There is no two ways about it.
Donald Trump had a Big Night, El Nino drops out, time for Cruz to face the music and Fox News gave Kasich top billing for capturing his home state of Ohio. The reality is that Kasich is a loser, only winning a paltry amount of delegates.
But in the end “we the people” are looking for TRUMP to TOWER over Washington D.C. They have thrown the kitchen sink at him, yet he is still standing. The “powers to be” have suffered defeat after defeat and still living in a fantasy land.
“THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE FED UP WITH POLITICIAN TELLING THEM WHAT TO DO.” What we saw last night is “ignition” of the REVOLUTION. As we said before, “REVOLUTION IS THE ONLY SOLUTION.”
TRUMP WINS FLORIDA, ILLINOIS, N CAROLINA...
GINGRICH: Republican Party 'won't be able to stop him'...
KASICH WINS OHIO...
WASH POST: Fall of establishment...
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The Trump Express is rolling through the Midwest, closing in on the tail of Kasich, in Florida, on the other hand he is about to claim victory; Rubio mired in an Everglades Swamp. Cruz, is waging a good fight, but the official scorecard is not in his favor.
The gang of eight, Romney, Bush, RNC, CNBC, ABC, CBS, CNN and the WSJ have not landed anything resembling a left hook, let alone a right uppercut to the Trump surge. At the end of the day, we predict that Donald J. Trump will have thrown a three pointer that got the attention of Steph Curry.
The cigar smoke is beginning to rise, a (click here to see what is happening behind the scenes)backroom deal is in the offing. Anything to stop Trump says the RNC. They fear what he represents – Anti-establishment. Many ingrained Republicans are afraid for their careers, being outed as scam artists, politicians on the take, making deals to enrich their family and friends. Donald Trump will find out who they are and this does not sit well with the RNC. Americans understand why Trump momentum is gathering steam. They are sick and tired of politics as usual; sick and tired of politicians lying to them.
Maybe some power broker could conceivably convince Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and John Kasich to come together, with the expectation that Rubio would be president, Kasich would be vice president, and Cruz would be attorney general or a Supreme Court appointment? It’s probably illegal to make such promises, but it could be stressed, for example, that Cruz would be given every consideration for this spot. Then again, it could also be that once the delegates are no longer bound, they could vote for someone who isn’t even running for president—say, Mitt Romney or Speaker Paul Ryan.
From the NY TIMES, “The rank and file are sticking with Trump.” They have had it with RINOs.
Trump says, “bringing it on.” The mainstream Republicans are pulling out all stops, including vicious, pernicious, and deleterious attacks on the front runner. This was expected, they could not hold their tongues much longer. Being defeated by an outsider was least expected. What was once called a comedy act by the wannabees, they now are on the receiving end of the joke.
Today there are five states at play. On the Republican side, Trump leads with 329 delegates, followed by 231 for Cruz, 110 for Rubio and 25 for Kasich. The GOP candidate needs 2,472 to win the nomination, with increasing talk, particularly within the GOP establishment, about having a so-called “broker convention” to stop Trump’s insurgent candidacy.
Republican good old boys have been blind sighted by Trumps surge. They have never faced an opponent who can dish it out with impunity. However, thus far when Rubio and Cruz attack Trump it slides off him like teflon. The media has attacked him on multiple occasions only to see it backfire. Currently the lame stream media is anti-Trump. We can only think of the number one reason why – the media did not understand the pent up anger among “we the people.” Now the media is trying to stop Trump’s runaway train. Sorry to say it is too late.
Mitt Romney, a two time failure at the presidential sweepstakes and the self-appointed guardian of the Republican establishment, stood at a podium in Utah Thursday morning and accused Donald Trump – the same Donald Trump whose support he courted and touted in 2012 – of being “very, very not smart.”
“Dishonesty is Trump’s hallmark,” said Romney – apparently without a shred of self-reflection or embarrassment.
As this reprint from the WSJ shows, Donald Trump spent 1/8 of a cent for each vote he won. On the other hand Bush spent a whopping $276. This is a eye popping number. And there is no doubt on the Republican side Hillary Clinton spent 20 to 30 times that of Sanders. Keep this in mind folks when voting, do not be swayed by False Gods.
*SANDERS 60% CLINTON 38%
*TRUMP 34% KASICH 16% CRUZ 11%
These are exciting days, especially to see the likes of Clinton being tossed overboard like a drunken sailor; and she is, drunk on politics, drunk on power, drunk on telling lies over and over again, drunk on Wall Street money, drunk on everything that is wrong with the country. Hillary Clinton is plain old drunk. LOCK HER UP ALREADY, SHE IS A KILLER. One added note, Hillary flew too close to the sun and was Bern’d real bad.
The people in New Hampshire said it all, “Hillary you don’t represent us, get our of town now and never come back.” Yeah, did you see Hillary, she said, “I will fight for New Hampshire, I love New Hampshire.” The lies continue to flow from her mouth like diarrhea. Turn back the clock one year to Sanders jumping into the race. They thought he was a fool, a old codger turning back Mother Time to Marx and Lenin. However, his message is gaining traction and fast with the young, they see a rigged system and want change now; know your enemy says Bernie they are Big Banks, Big Corporations, Big Pharma. All of these Bigs are friends of Hillary Clinton and the American people are fed up with it, fed up with the Clintons and Bushes too.
On the Republican score, Trump won a hhhuuuggge victory. The surprise was Kasich coming in a distant second by 19 points. Christie’s balloon was popped unable to crack the top four. Our advice Christie, drop out before it is too late; they don’t like your New Jersey accent. Cruz found it tough to win, a minimum of Evangelicals live up there. The Rubio fella was out of his league; Bush is old hat.
Now the contest heads to the Palmetto State of South Carolina where we think Trump will win a decisive victory because of vote splitting between the also rans. Secondly, Trump has the MO. On the Democratic front Sanders has the Mo, a great ground game and the common people who like his message. Clinton thinks the Blacks will put her over the top. We ask the question, what has she done to help the Blacks, not only lately, but ever. Mind you she is backed by the National Education Association which hates Charter Schools which Blacks love.
The National Education Association follows the American Federation of Teachers in endorsing the Democratic front-runner.
The above headline was from October. Guess they didn’t get the message in New Hampshire where the students score in the top ties and education dollars is in the lowest tier. Advice to Hillary, “go back to school.”
“REVOLUTION IS THE SOLUTION”
Two Republicans did the honorable thing by dropping out of the race for president. We commend them for their effort; they did the right thing. However, others still have delusions of grandeur. They are the ones with no chance of winning, but do a disservice to those who have the money and support to continue on. Why do Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Lindsey Graham, Rand Paul, George Pataki and John Kasich, continue on? What do they have to gain?
Right now there are really only five viable candidates if you count Jeb Bush who basically has no support. Those with a chance are Trump, Carson, Cruz, Fioriana (slight chance) and Rubio. The legitimate question is why do the others continue on? BIG HEAD.
The head of the RNC, Reince Priebus needs to send them a message, “drop out” now, you are running interference with the those who have a legitimate chance of winning.