Posts Tagged ‘2016 GOP Primary’

Donald Trump Locks Up GOP Nomination With Yuge Wins On Final Primary Day

Donald J. Trump officially clinches the GOP nomination today with 1436 pledged delegates, that number climbing to well over 1500 when adding soft pledged delegates.

I should embed a video with 1000s of examples of anchors, pundits and opponents emphatically proclaiming that Mr. Trump would never be the GOP nominee, but why bother?

The voters have SPOKEN and the corrupt GOP establishment, in concert with their paid media shills, will never again dictate who our candidate will be.

In the wake of his stunning victory, Mr. Trump laid out a positive and optimistic plan for the future of our nation, with an epic “America First” speech.

The “America First” revolution has begun and I’m proud that I am a part of it. We must not allow Hillary Clinton, and her leftist allies, to drag this great nation into a perpetual state of socialist mediocrity, where all aspects of our lives are regulated and controlled by the “PC Police” and self proclaimed “Social Justice Warriors”.

We will not go quietly into that good night. We will stand and we will fight.

God bless America and God bless Donald J. Trump.

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Trump Becomes The GOP’s Presumptive Nominee

Senator Ted Cruz suspended his campaign on Tuesday night, allowing Donald Trump to claim the mantle of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Trump said of Cruz; “He’s one hell of a competitor” and that Ted’s decision to drop out of the race was “brave”. Trump went on to say; “We’re gonna win in November”.

No definitive word as to the status or future plans of Gov. John Kasich’s campaign, but he is expected to step aside.

John Kasich suspends, clearing the field for an uncontested Trump nomination.

Ted Cruz Throws In The Towel

After a complete Indiana delegate sweep by Donald Trump , Senator Ted Cruz suspends his campaign. “We left it all on the field on Indiana”; said Cruz. “I said I would continue on as long as there was a viable path to victory. Tonight, I’m sorry to say it appears that path has been foreclosed”, Cruz said.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus tweeted the following:

The GOP Establishment’s Path Forward In a Post Bush Era

Now that Jeb Bush has been forced out of the primary, the GOPe is putting all their weight behind a first term Senator; Marco Rubio. In terms of “Cult of Personality”, Marco is the establishment’s dream candidate. He’s a counter to the Democrat’s “First Female President” narrative. The GOP can simply proclaim that Rubio would be the “First Hispanic President”.

The GOPe also likes the fact that Rubio is naive, easily influenced and fully onboard with establishment’s globalist agenda. Many of his donors, such as the CoC, are especially pleased with his support for expanding immigration using H-1B visas, along with his full support of amnesty for illegal aliens, which of course, he tries to hide from the voters. Marco does have some experience in that area. He’s already betrayed constituents who helped elect him to the Senate, with his first action pushing Amnesty.

Rubio is in a position to play the race card, and I fully expect that card to be played on Donald Trump, just as soon as the opportunity arises. The GOPe, along with their media lapdogs, will attempt to persuade voters that Trump is not electable. They will have their phony agenda polls playing 24/7 on media outlets like Fox News and CNN, which should be taken with a very large grain of salt.

A Marco Rubio candidacy is far from a sure thing. I would argue that it’s unlikely. He is very vulnerable on several fronts. Donald Trump, and Rubio’s other opponents, should hang Amnesty around his neck like an anchor. They should remind voters that he joined with Chuck Schumer for the Gang of Eight Amnesty Bill, which provided ironclad proof that he cannot be trusted. It is uncertain if Rubio can withstand a full frontal assault from Donald Trump. We saw him utterly collapse during the debates, when faced with a strong attack from Gov. Chris Christie.

John Kasich is hanging around in the background, just in case the Rubio campaign unravels. If Rubio fails to gain traction, it will most likely be too late for Kasich. He can still pick up a few convention delegates, possibly win Ohio and be there for a last minute “Hail Mary”, if needed.

I don’t really see Ted Cruz or Ben Carson having any chance to win the nomination. However, they are currently playing a role by splitting the votes. The candidate who advantages most from the splitting of votes is up for debate. My sense is that it doesn’t matter all that much. It appears to be a wash, with perhaps a slight advantage to Rubio in a two person race, but not enough to best Trump. I think if it comes down to a two man race between Rubio and Trump, the alpha dog will be apparent to everyone and the race will be over.

If the GOPe can’t win outright in the delegate count, they will not hesitate to take the fight to a brokered convention, in hopes of winning there. They will not care if the entire process gets blown up. I think many of the career GOP politicians in DC would prefer the corrupt status quo continue with a Clinton presidency. Some have already said as much. To avoid that mess, Donald Trump’s supporters will need to get out the vote, so as to lock up the nomination before it ever comes to a brokered convention.

In any event, it’s going to be a wild ride on the Trump Train, all the way to the convention.