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.”
Last updated Mar 16, 2016 at 5:52 AM ET
1,237 needed for nomination · 1,134 available
Florida · 99 delegates
Trump won and has 99 delegates
Illinois · 69 delegates
99% reporting · Trump won and has 24 delegates
North Carolina · 72 delegates
100% reporting · Trump won and has 29 delegates, Cruz has 26, Kasich has 9, Rubio has 5
Ohio · 66 delegates
Kasich won and has 66 delegates
In the news
Get live updates and results from the March 15th primaryelections, … So far, Trump has won 37.1 percent of the votes throughout Republican primaries and caucuses.
More news for primary results so far
POLITICO’s Live 2016 Primary Election Results and Maps by State, County and District. Includes 2016 Primary … Key Presidential Primaries Results by State …
CLICK HERE FOR THE TRUTH
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.
(click)Trump expected to juice up his run on Super Tuesday where polls have him leading in Florida and Ohio. Wins there will most likely cement his run for the nomination.
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.
Click here on the Romney tirade.
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.
Yes, it was as expected, yesterday was a Super Day for Donald Trump. Marching to victory in seven states all but destroying the aspirations of Cruz and Rubio. It is noteworthy though that the RNC and their stalwarts, most of them are RINO’s by the way, had to say. The most preposterous comments come from the lap dog Republicans who say that a Trump candidacy will be a Disaster for the Republican party. Actually, the Republican Party brought this on all by themselves due to the fact they did nothing for the past eight years by letting Obama run wild over them. Hey guys, “What goes around comes around.”
SUPER TUESDAY, voters go to the polls today casting their ballot for the eventual nominee. Donald Trump is on the march, like General Sherman torching Atlanta on his march to the sea, Trump has immolated the competition thus far; we have watched in amazement as they have gone down in flames.
For Republicans, the second-biggest prize is Georgia, with 76 delegates at stake. Both Trump and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio put in face time with voters Monday in the final hours before polls open, while Cruz stayed rooted in Texas.
Ted Cruz has put all in marbles on the Lone Star State, losing here will be the final nail in his coffin, buried six feet under and never to be seen again. In reality, the final nail was struck even before he entered the race – not being a “NATURAL BORN CITIZEN” Cruz is not Constitutionally eligible. Many voters feel the same way. Even if Cruz wins Texas by the slimmest of margins, this will be a devastating loss for him. Watch for Trump to catch his tail at the very last moment.
Rubio’s last stand is today, “the boy” as called by Trump has cast his lot on the lady crowd, but a Senator who has called for a path to citizenship for the illegals then back tracked is not presidential timber. On the other hand, Trump, who is not politically correct, raised the ire in people who now realize that the establishment has defecated on them for the past eight years – Republicans did the dirty work of Democrats. Trump is the only one who can clean up the mess.
The billionaire businessman leads by double-digits in Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Virginia, according to RealClearPolitics poll averages. Rough 53 percent of the GOP’s 595 delegates on Tuesday are in those states.
The debate last night was a prelude to the March 1 shootout. Let’s call it Hunger Games. Rubio and Chavez are chasing the front runner, they are hungry for a win, even by one vote. Chavez has the best chance in the Lone Star State, but Marco is chomping at his heals. However, Trump may pull out an upset. Overall, Trump, according to the polls is expected to come out the big winner on Tuesday.
What is happening here is very much what is happening in households across America. People are angry, households are angry, the American people are angry. Trump is the stir that mixes the drink. Right now, Americans don’t care what Trump says, they are attuned to his fighting demeanor, Americans are Mad as Hell. They have had enough of political correctness and devisive politicians.
Trump stated that Mexico will pay for the wall; the others say this is impossible. Vicente Fox, the ex-president of Mexico through out the F-bomb on the wall. This is the mindset of Mexico; they invade our country and expect us to take it.
An added twist, Mitt Romney calls for Trump to reveal his tax returns. Why is Mitt doing this? Does he feel wanting. Has he been hired as a pit bull by the RNC?
Click here for the latest Bloomberg poll which indicates the breath of Trump fever in the SEC.
The scenario played out better than expected. Nevada voters erupted last night for Donald Trump as his train steamed to victory, rolling over wanna-bee competitors in the Mother of All Wins; capturing 45% of the vote, a Monster win for Mr. Trump.
The breakdown revealed that he won on all social levels. But more importantly, Trump won the Hispanic vote by an overwhelming 44%. This shows the breath of his campaign as he takes on Ted Cruz in the Lone Star State.
Super Tuesday, less than a week away, March 1st is going to be the big enchilada, the prize we all have been waiting for.
The NBTP predicts more lopsided wins for Trump as he marches to the nomination in the same manner as Sherman’s march to the sea. Instead of destroying cities, Trump has been destroying the ambitions of lesser candidates who have been left in his wake.
Challenging the establishment, the status-quo and pundits alike brought Americans of all creeds to his camp. Americans, by the way, do not like being told what to do; Trump has tapped into this mind set.
We have been mothered by the liberal progressives from the day we were born, vaccinations, schooling, healthcare, you name it. Americans are sick and tired of the hand of Big Government tapping on our shoulder.
If you want to Make America Great Again click here.
The Nevada caucuses are tonight; will Donald Trump roll a seven or eleven? Who will crap out first, Cruz or Rubio? This is the last primary battle before Super Tuesday on March 1.
His (Donald Trump) winnowing fork is in his hand, and he will clear his threshing floor and gather his wheat into the barn, but the chaff he will burn with unquenchable fire.”