Tuesday, March 1, 2016

How the GOP Insiders Plan to Steal the Nod From Trump & GOP Could Back Hillary if Trump or Cruz Wins Nomination

Via Billy

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump February 23, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Despite a growing string of victories in the Republican primaries ,the DC-Wall Street cabal that has dominated the GOP since 1988 has no intention of letting the billionaire real estate mogul be nominated. None other than Karl Rove has insisted the stop-Trump effort is not too late and can succeed.

A new superPAC has dumped $10 million dollars into blistering negative TV ads against Trump in the last three days. The Koch brothers and their associates deny funding the effort but they denials are questionable at best. The New York Times reported Sunday that the Rubio and Kasich campaigns are now openly planning on a ‘brokered convention” to stop Trump in the back rooms in Cleveland. The New York Daily News reported that Barbara Bush has vowed revenge against Trump for ending the “low energy” campaign of her son Jeb, the anointed one and that the Bush clan is all-in in the effort to stop Trump. The News reported that Jeb may transfer the $25 to $30 million in SuperPAC funds he has left to an anti-Trump effort.

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Congressman Rep. Steve King (R-IA) appeared on Breitbart News Daily Tuesday morning to support Senator Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) in today’s crucial primary elections and to warn that the GOP Establishment is determined to punish Trump and Cruz supporters, and they could even tacitly get behind Hillary Clinton as someone “they can do business with” if Cruz or Trump wins the nomination. 

Breitbart News Daily host Stephen K. Bannon noted the nearly complete blackout on Cruz news in this final leg of the primary season, with the exception of Breitbart News and a few other conservative sources, and asked King why the Republican Party seemed so determined to starve Cruz of media oxygen at a crucial moment — not to mention their stated determination to fight Trump or Cruz all the way to the convention, no matter how they fare in the primaries.

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  1. Meanwhile, Trump is currently steamrolling...7 states so far as of 10pm EST.

    my 2 cents on Bannon - he shouldn't be on the radio - he has a *TERRIBLE* problem of interrupting people and putting words in their mouth, and when he interrupts people, he'll repeat something 4 or 5 times as he stammers and stutters his way to his disruptive point. Absolutely infuriates me and I hardly listen to the Patriot channel in the morning anymore because of this tool.

  2. Record turnout for republican primary voters because of Trump. If they pull the rug out from under him there's gonna be some pissed off people. Lots and lots of them.

  3. Almost all of the polls were predicting 10/11, he barely managed to get 7. Trump will not go to the convention with a majority. The party will nominate Rubio in the second vote. Trump will run 3d party. Clinton will win.

    Doesn't matter. A new President at this point is like putting a new captain aboard the Titanic after the crash.

    David Martin

    1. Trump will run 3d party. Clinton will win.

      And it will be the end of the Republican party.

    2. " 'Tis a consummation devoutly to be wish'd." The death of the GOP would open the way for a political party that would openly represent white people and our interests. It would damage the neo-cons, for they would have no party to call their own, and the GOP certainly is the neo-cons' party--lock, stock, and barrel. Death of the GOP? Good riddance to bad rubbish!

  4. Heh! The GOP Establishment's goose is cooked, but for some idiotic reason it's still honking like it matters anymore.

    I guess this is where the old saying, "crazy as a goose" comes from. :)

    Central Alabamaian