Trump Leading Latest PPP Poll In North Carolina…

donald-trumpAnticipate all national polls showing the same result. However, due to Media and GOP aversion to Trump, anticipate paid political polling silence (if possible) until the last minute for debate #1 lineup.  PPP’s newest (independent) North Carolina poll finds that Donald Trump’s momentum just keeps on building. He’s the top choice of Republican primary voters in the state:

Donald Trump 16%
♦ Jeb Bush 12%  (CoC Supported √ )
♦ Scott Walker 12% (CoC Unknown yet possible)
♦ Mike Huckabee 11%  ( Foster Friess √ )
♦ Ben Carson 9%  (Sheldon Adelson √ )
♦ Marco Rubio 9% (CoC Supported √ )
♦ Rand Paul 7%
♦ Ted Cruz 6% (CoC Unknown yet probable)
♦ Chris Christie 5% (CoC Supported √ )
♦ Carly Fiorina 4% (CoC Unknown yet probable)
♦ Rick Perry 2% (CoC Supported √ )

1% each for Lindsey Graham, Bobby Jindal, and Rick Santorum, and less than 1% each for John Kasich and George Pataki.

Candidate Trump is also leading the field amid young NC voters (by a mile), and men.

It is important to determine, research and note the CoC (U.S. Chamber of Commerce)  support because it’s the only TRUE method to keep track of the Jeb Bush strategy.

To understand the larger Establishment GOP -professional political class- election strategy the methodology is simple. Take the percentage of predictive polling (per state) favorable to Jeb Bush, then insure a sufficient number of candidates, each targeted to a specific constituency) below Jeb’s threshold – to create the largest possible share of the total voting electorate for Jeb.

It is a specific Five State Plan (Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida, Nevada) with emphasis on Florida’s biggest delegate count.

Example:  If Jeb were polling 20%, the CoC would coordinate campaign funding for as many candidates needed to reduce the next closest candidate below the 20% margin.

If Walker was polling 35% (candidate example) with Bush at 30%, the CoC would fund Rubio and Christie to fracture the Walker 35%.  The CoC will fund as many candidates as needed to keep the Bush margin at/near the top until FL. 

The CoC (through the establishment GOP structure) quietly constructed the Florida Primary to a “Winner Takes All Delegate” position two months ago (no-one was paying attention).

This is part of the CoC/Wall Street/GOP “5 state strategy” to insure Jeb Bush wins the nomination.

Rubio’s role is specifically to be a vote splitter for any other candidate who might pose a risk to Jeb’s FL victory (ie. Walker or Cruz).  He’s the insurance policy.

After the Florida primary, if the GOP plan is successful – and with Bush winning Florida, Rubio will endorse Jeb Bush….. then it’s coasting to the nomination.

Candidate Jeb Bush attends Chamber of Commerce dinner with Fox's Rupert Murdoch and Valerie Jarrett (December 2014)

Candidate Jeb Bush attends Chamber of Commerce dinner with Fox’s Rupert Murdoch and Valerie Jarrett (December 2014)

Rubio’s loyalty reward is $$$ because he’s given up his Senate Seat to work for the Wall Street (CoC) team.

This was/is the strategy between the CoC, the GOP, and the hierarchy of the Republican political machine.   We cannot make it any more clear than this.

Donald Trump’s growing coalition, however, is currently screwing up the plan.  Therefore, if the GOP is to succeed, Trump must be destroyed !


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108 Responses to Trump Leading Latest PPP Poll In North Carolina…

  1. Allen says:

    I don’t allow polls to sway my judgement, much less a “predictive poll.” Polls are a tool of a sample size of trend and I’m convinced that most poll numbers are fabricated (outright lies) to influence those sitting on a fence and I do not yield to anyone’s “cause,” especially this early in the race.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. 1hear2learn says:

    Wowsers, Trump taking the lead! Also, thanks for the succinct summary of CoC plan!

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Justice_099 says:

    What I really can’t understand is why Jeb Bush has ANY support at all among supposed republican primary voters. It seems completely vapor. He really hasn’t gotten much press. He really hasn’t done much talking about issues. Really, he hasn’t done much of anything yet campaign-wise. So why would he just magically have all this support?

    I don’t personally know any republicans that actually like Bush.

    Liked by 8 people

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Cause somehow he supposedly has 100M dollars raised. The FEC quarterly reports are due I believe on the 15th of July for the 2nd quarter. So some numbers should be available officially soon.

      Liked by 1 person

      • BigMamaTEA says:

        TPTB have anointed him.

        Liked by 1 person

        • smiley says:

          disturbingly, there are those who support JB for that reason…they mistake it for a good thing.
          I am thrilled to see TRUMP with a 4% lead over that baby-faced nothing !
          surprised to see Cruz so low…???
          he’s a brilliant candidate..I still support him, too.
          also a fascinating explanation by SD on strategy.

          TRUMP ! 2016!

          Liked by 3 people

          • Agreed. And there are more than a “few” idiots who would vote for Bush simply because they think it would be “Cool” to have a 3rd member of the same family as a POTUS. Of course, these are the same “DeepThinkers” who watch round-the-clock reruns of shows like “Party Down South” on demand.


            • smiley says:

              its also surprising (to me ) how many Floridians still cling to the myth that he “was a great Governor”… its a mantra.
              I think he’s counting on that mindless-set, plus the Latino vote.
              those who are changing their minds about him are toying with the idea of Rubio for the same reasons : a version of Bush without the Bush baggage…IOW : safe.
              fortunately, there are also a LOT of Trump supporters..but Florida is a tough nut to crack and its also very expensive to campaign here.
              ps…a lot of sanctuary cities in FL.
              there’s also a fairly large Muslim demographic to deal with in FL.


        • ImpeachEmAll says:

          Let us not forget

          Obama’s path to

          the Rainbow House.


          • smiley says:

            THAT’S the problem.
            wouldn’t it be helpful if THAT could be a talking point ?
            instead of a “conspiracy theory” to be laughed at.

            Liked by 1 person

    • yankeeintx says:

      Amazingly enough, while campaigning for Ted Cruz, I run into people who think it’s better to vote for someone in the mushy middle. These people will tell me they are against amnesty, for a secure border, smaller gov’t and abolishing the IRS, but think they should vote for someone that would appeal to Dems too. There are also some who say they wait until after the primary to choose, and let all the other voters decide who should be the nominee. It’s mind boggling.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Attorney says:

      I could not vote for the “man” no matter whom is nominated by the Democratic Party. I think the GOP Establishment underestimates how may in the base, and outside it as well, utterly despise this individual.


  4. TEAFORALL says:

    The GOP is very worried about Trump. Yesterday they told Trump to go easy. BS I say BRING IT ON MR TRUMP. The heat is on ILLEGALS /criminals, notice how the other side is very quite Sta on point every day……………….

    Liked by 10 people

  5. boutis says:

    The current plan is to shame everyone who might support Trump. It is 2008 all over again. To not be an Obama hysteric was to be a racist. To not buy into his baloney as a great man was racist. To mention his complete lack of bona fides, experience, personal background was racist. A similar tack is being used for Jeb! with his unusual fixation and sympathy for Mexico (his early visits there and his wife shaped his perceptions obviously) which the public do not share. This is a clash of cultures (Mexico has been a corrupt oligarchy for over 150 years and before that an abused colony for wealth extraction for Spain another loser country who peoples leave) which is now a failed state due to drug cartels running it. And we are supposed to be ashamed that our ancestors who worked, fought, died for success and just roll over for the invasion because ….Tacos? Jeb! the goober Bush brother found a wife there? The CofC wants more cheap (and criminal) labor and customers? No. NO MORE SHAME. Mexico has problems because they are a crooked top down culture and they want to import it here. NO.

    Liked by 12 people

    • IntoTheFray says:

      “Mexico has problems because they are a crooked top down culture and they want to import it here.”
      With the help of our corrupt politicians, judicial branch and MSM, I think they already have!


    • bitterlyclinging says:

      Alynski’s Rules for Radicals: “Pick your target. Polarize your target. Freeze your target. Paralyze your target.”
      Currently in use against Donald Trump, the Confederate Flag, Southerners, and the entire white Conservative population of the United States.
      Teddy Kennedy opened the door for this when he persuaded the Congress to stop allowing immigration into the US from its traditional sources of immigration and turn to the non traditional sources more amenable to the Democrats electoral appeals.
      The taking apart of the country’s cultural, social, and political foundation, brick by brick by brick, initially slow, has increased exponentially under Hussein Obama.


  6. TwoLaine says:

    But Jeb! said he doesn’t reflect the values of the Republican party. How could this be? 😉


  7. georgiafl says:

    According to ACLU, LaRaza and NYT, 75% of illegals commit felonies:

    “According to these organizations, as many as 75 percent of illegal immigrants use unlawfully obtained Social Security numbers to pay payroll (Social Security) taxes. That, in turn, means that the vast majority of illegal immigrants are committing multiple federal and state felonies including forgery, Social Security fraud, perjury on I-9 forms, and identity theft.

    It also means that potentially millions of Americans, including an untold number of innocent children, are victims of identity theft when their Social Security numbers are used by illegal immigrants. Of course, the ACLU, La Raza, the New York Times, and the SSA conveniently overlook that connection and they are never challenged by the media or politicians.”

    Liked by 8 people

    • archer52 says:

      Yes, but what people do not understand is the government knows this and is quite content to take the money. Where do you think the fictitious SSN goes? To the government, with money attached to it. All they have to do is flag old dead Mrs McClarey’s SSN that somehow shows she is working in a chicken processing factory- a challenge since she’s been dead for twenty years- and send a couple of agents down there to talk to her. Then arrest and deport the illegal using her SSN.

      Buuuttt, wait a minute! If she’s dead, she’ll never collect that money in the future, which means the government keeps it and uses it to fund current obligations. Which may include (sadly) SSI for Mr Cornelius Brown- who has strangely also been dead-for at least ten years, but is now Jorge Rodreguiz lately from Mexico. (One report revealed that twenty percent of illegals coming into California go immediately on welfare, often with the help of churches and other organizations in Cal.)

      Like I said, it would take ten minutes to clear this up if that is what they wanted to do. All they have to do is target the employers.

      Illegals are like ants at a picnic. They are attracted to the food. The food here is work, benefits, a secure life. They don’t want to be Americans (I know, I’ve talked to hundreds). They want to make money and send it home- to the tune of 25 billion dollars a year. That money moves through the Mexican economy, and is taxed when it comes in by the Mexican government, which makes them very, very happy Gringo!

      I don’t blame them for wanting a better life. I blame us for abandoning OUR people- who want a better life- in exchange for free cash and low cost labor. You want this to stop? Take away the sugar from the picnic. Target the employers with fines and jail time if they are found to be employing illegals. Give everybody a chance- say six months- to register and apply for a worker visa (five year max). Take away any federal benefits. Your tax dollars (and borrowing) is literally going south to prop up Mexico. The illegals will cram into one house, sometimes twenty to a home, in order to save expenses so they can send money home. A noble effort BUT not the way WE live up here.

      However, once ID’ed and processed, as long as they stay clean, we TAX THEM, they get no government benefits (no welfare, healthcare (they can buy Obamacare like the rest of us) etc- they are NOT citizens) and can stay five years if they don’t cause trouble. Commit a crime, you are out. We’ll get another one just like you. Get caught you are out- and you don’t come back for five years to reapply legitimately. Lose your job- find another within a certain time limit or go home.

      We need low cost labor. But big business wants it because it is cheap BECAUSE it is illegal. That has to stop. But you don’t see anyone willing to take on big business. When Arizona wrote its law, I read it and predicted it would fail. It targeted illegals and those who help. But nothing on targeting employers.

      Oklahoma, I think, did target the employers and I read somewhere 400,000 illegals self-deported from that state at the time.

      And remember, government and big business are screwing you by warping the labor market.

      Yes, it is true, much to my shame, that there are far too many citizens of all colors, races, ages and backgrounds that are simply inferior to illegals in work ethic and drive. But we did that to ourselves.

      I remember having my roof redone after a storm. The crew taking it off were Guatemalans, the crew putting it back on were Mexicans. They did a GREAT job- fast.

      The supervisor was a country boy white guy. We were talking as we watched those guys hustle in 90 degree heat and I asked the obvious question. “Where are the white and black workers?” He looked at me for a second and said, “Well…every time we hire one, they last a couple of days and then say the work is too hard and they don’t get paid enough to do it. Then they quit.” He motioned to the Mexicans on the roof. “These guys work all day, never complain, are never late, don’t do drugs and are happy with what I can afford to pay them.” That is because they came from a different world. They are HAPPY to have this work.

      Not lazy, not criminal, just not interested in being an American or helping our economy.

      And the truth is this: be prepared because all of this we live in is an illusion. It will adjust. The days of laying on your mom’s couch, smoking a little weed, playing PS3 and hanging out are going to end- worldwide. The cash is gone, which means government version of this credit card supported lifestyle is going to be going soon too.

      Then people will fight to get the privilege to work on a roof for a living- or they go hungry. Just like back in the thirties.

      It is going to be really that simple. And then you’ll see this whole illegal immigrant rights take on a whole new perspective.

      Liked by 7 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        July 2015 – HOW THE LEFT PLANS TO WIN IN 2016


      • boutis says:

        The myth that they don’t cost anything is just that. The SS taxes they pay (many only work for cash) does not offset the enormous costs they impose on communities in additional expenses. The education costs are multiples of anything they pay into the social security trust fund PER CHILD since the community has to pay additionally for education. The enormous fraud of Earned Income Tax Credits when they file returns with 13 kids claimed as dependents and get huge refunds from general revenue which is a net drain on tax revenue. The unpaid medical bills they rack up at publicly funded clinics not to mention private hospitals which leads to increased costs to insurers and deductibles we have to pay. Law enforcement are enormous costs to chase them down. Auto and property insurance rates sky high to cover their damage because they never bother to get insurance. When people like Jeb Bush say illegals are good for the economy he is talking about cheap labor costs for employers. WE pay for them with everything else from taxes to insurance to death and injury from them. Illegal aliens are expensive and ruinous. Overall they are a horrible net cost.

        Liked by 3 people

        • archer52 says:

          agreed. It is a myth. They serve a purpose, but have learned quickly- as all humans do- where the free stuff is at and they take it. What makes it hard to swallow is the outrageously haughty manner they display when taking it. Like it was a right…oh darn it, my bad, it is…now.

          Hispanics are being taught to be the new occupants of the concrete plantations the Left likes as they grow in population and influence. Jesse Jackson figured this out a number of years ago and was not happy that “his people” are once again going to get screwed.


        • “horrible net cost”
          They’re not the only ones.


    • John Galt says:

      “are victims of identity theft when their Social Security numbers are used by illegal immigrants.”

      They actually helped my former mother-in-law out by getting her a bunch of credit for quarters worked for social security benefits. Repeated letters to SSA about the matter were ignored.

      Liked by 1 person

      • IntoTheFray says:

        I worked at an accounting firm preparing tax returns for a number of years in the 80’s. around 25% of our IRS audits were caused by illegal aliens illegally using a persons SSN. This credited income to them for which they knew nothing about. As I’m sure you all know, with the IRS, you are guilty until you prove yourself innocent. A tremendous amount of time and expense was involved in trying to prove these people hadn’t earned the income, saying nothing about interest and penalties because as far as the IRS was concerned, they did and hadn’t claimed it on their return and hadn’t paid taxes on it. The expense of these illegal aliens is tremendous and there is no way they make up for it with their mostly minimum wage jobs.

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  8. Arkindole says:

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  9. Tkim says:

    If this were criminally minded Canadians pouring over the border there would be no pushback against Trump and we know this. Decent Americans, I think, are no longer willing to cower like dogs when their master’s say,”Bad !”

    We have been told in the past decade that if we want to practice self defense, guard our borders, cut entitlements, or increase security we are racists. You just don’t like the color of that criminal’s skin! Racist! Go to your corner!

    Even white people who have been married for decades to black or Hispanic people are called racist. The word now means “one who does not want to be a victim of crime or have his or her tax dollars enable criminals to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle.”

    The government that refuses to secure our southern border is the same one that makes educated, in demand professionals from all continents gather documents and affidavits sometimes for years to prove that he or she is a law abiding person of character who will work and contribute to the US economy.

    Once you cross the border illegally you ARE a criminal.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. SouthCentralPA says:

    To adapt a progressive slogan, “This is what ‘starting a conversation’ looks like!”

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Aslan's Girl says:

    Abso-freakin’-lutely spot-on! We are wise to their tricks. Trump is beating up both the GOP Elites and the MSM, so I hope he’s wise to their plan too!

    (no-one was paying attention).

    Except YOU, sundace, oh so wise YOU, and through you, US.

    I cannot stand looking at Jeb and his simpery, sickly sweet smile. It turns my stomach. He’s lost too much weight, making his neck too thin. Then he puts this beatific, innocent smile on and I change the channel as quickly as possible. He really looks like a dopey child. Sorry, but it annoys the heck out of me because I know he is FAR from “innocent”. Look at him in that pic with ValJar! UGH. How could any right-thinking person be that close to that evil orb and smile?! I’d be throwing up, or casting out her devils in the name of Jesus.

    Sidenote, are we sure Rand is clean? He endorsed Mitch…


  12. Santiago says:

    Go Trump!
    Trump 2016!!!


  13. Aslan's Girl says:

    Rewatching Trump’s interview on MSNBC and I loved how he asked the dummy journo if she was allowed to use “piss off”. As soon as she said it I jumped a little and got a chuckle out of his calling her out for her unprofessionalism.
    THIS is why he was “my guy” in 2011. He really is terrific on most things. Love his quickness and lucidity. No word-salads, either.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Dean says:

    So far this is great news–and Donald seems to be benefitting from an anti-media backlash. Now the Republican establishment will draw all their guns blazing at him. Also in Iowa Hillary leads Sanders by 43 points in a new poll (Midwest Matters 1000 likely Dem caucus goers) but the mainstream media says nothing about it. When is the adoring press going to bring up Sanders’ communist connections–such as the fact that he took his honeymoon in the Soviet Union-and that he visited the Sandanista government in Nicaragua?


    • auscitizenmom says:

      I think they mentioned his honeymoon on the Five yesterday.


    • IntoTheFray says:

      “Now the Republican establishment will draw all their guns blazing at him.”
      Exactly! Both the Dino’s and the Rino’s, along with their accomplices, the MSM, will do all they can to sabotage Mr. Trump’s run, just like they did Herman Cain when he got popular. The lies and deception will be epic, I am sure.
      I hope that both he and the voters are ready for the dirty tricks that will spew forth, starting in the near future. We the voters need to support good candidates in spite of the vicious attacks on them, no matter how serious they seem. If we don’t, we will end up with more of the same and living in a socialist hell.
      I, for one, will NOT vote for Jeb, nor most of the other milk toast candidates currently running under the GOP(Group Of Pecksniffians[deceivers]) banner. If Jeb or one of the other sellouts is the GOP nominee, I will either write in Trump, stay home, or, heaven forbid, vote DINO with the thought that, if this country is going down, let’s get it over with. At least the Dem’s, unlike the RINO’s, are up front about what they want. Ugh!


  15. Ziiggii says:

    Page 8 of that PPP paper there is a very interesting chart about Bush favorability vs the Base ideology. Those that find Bush favorable (43%) also identify themselves (75%) as “somewhat liberal”. That is the most concrete example of there being no fundamental difference in ideology by the Dino’s and Rino’s. As well, shows that there is a concerted effort by the Establishment to get “their” candidate past the primary just like SD outlined.

    Remember there was an effort to have Dems change party to effect the Republican primary’s. They were successful in the Thad run off in MS.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Lou says:

    Jeb Bush has so many supporters????
    how? I really think the system is rigged when I see Jeb in 2nd place.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. dsb steve says:

    Just shows how weak the national republicans are. None are willing to defend the arresting officers in the Gray case and demand that the charges against them be dropped.


  18. seacane says:

    I like how Trump is willing to force the MSM to address issue/question(s), that would otherwise be ignored. Until he releases his financials 7/16, he isn’t ” all in”. My fear, is that Chris Christy , Rand Paul, Cruz… Might run as an Independent, split the ticket – as Perot did , help “Slick Willy ” win.


  19. Josie says:

    #TRUMP says Reince lied about call. Love it.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. John Galt says:

    Uniparty vs Trump & USA

    Liked by 2 people

  21. TwoLaine says:

    Let Trump Make America Great Again!

    Liked by 6 people

  22. Sophie Maele says:

    In an interview, Trump just said he owns a gun and a carry permit. I hope he is actually carrying that gun and doubles his security detail. The globalists who control both parties will be coming after him.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. BobNoxious says:

    While I enjoy some of the points Trump makes and somewhat admire his unapologetic antics, I’m finally growing a little tired of him and really feel that he is doing far more harm than good in the long run- assuming this charade continues much past this summer.

    Liked by 2 people

    • I will never grow tired of the beat-down he is giving the liar media. NEVER!

      Liked by 3 people

    • doodahdaze says:

      Noe doubt the RNC/Boosh plan is much better. Lets hurry and get all the illegals voting so they can vote for Yeb and Republicans. This is the brilliant strategy. Millions of conservative illegals voting.


    • boutis says:

      As long as he is willing to bring up subjects that the uni-party and the media have declared No-Go I am willing to support him. Talking about un-pleasant subjects that people are uncomfortable with is never going to be popular. Some people just cover their ears and go Lalalala or scream shut up. Adults know things have to be faced and dealt with. I don’t care what is good for political parties. I care what is good for the nation.

      Liked by 1 person

  24. talkaftercarefulthought says:

    Still not sure if this is a MSM head-fake, I’ll wait to see if Trump’s face ends up on the cover of time with the word “Maverick” pasted across him.


  25. georgiafl says:

    Trump keeps swinging: “Hillary was the worst Secretary of State in US History”

    Liked by 2 people

  26. bodicacia says:

    Welp….he’s gotten Vincente Fox’s attention anyway. Here, he opines.


    • NYGuy54 says:

      You know he’s struck a chord when the corrupt politicans and media get their feathers ruffled like that. Yesterday I heard a “republican” strategist on CNN call Trump an arrogant jerk that nobody likes. Well that’s not what people said when he made money for them.

      Liked by 3 people

  27. pattyloo says:

    I’ve read the CoC strategy and about the FL winner-take-all primary. Given these, do you see a way for Trump to get the R nomination? do the Republicans have a way to cheat the voting machines like the dems do every general election?


    • doodahdaze says:

      Yes. Maybe the voters will wake up. Today McLame was trotted out to trash Trump. That should help Trump a lot. But the GOP will do their best any way they can to get rid of Trump. At they same time they will shed their base. Then the question is whether the liberal Latinos can make up the slack. I doubt it. The democrats can always outbid the GOP. I can easily see a path back to minority status in the House and Senate for these Birdbrains.


      • pattyloo says:

        sounds like you think the primaries will actually come down to votes cast by real people. that’s refreshing. i wonder, though, if the general could be un-fixed. (i don’t believe Obama honestly won either gen election by votes or electoral college).


        • doodahdaze says:

          Right but they have all these candidates to put the fix in for Yeb. They have rigged it as much as they can for the Yebster. I do think that Yeb and Rubio can be beaten in Florida by Trump. The winner take all might backfire on them.


    • sundance says:

      The way for Trump to beat the GOP machine (Bush) is to get more primary votes than him.

      It’s going to be hard for the GOP to split up a Trump coalition who are anti-establishment, when Bush is 100% establishment.

      Liked by 2 people

  28. NYGuy54 says:

    Go Trump. Stick it to them. Tired of the things that come out of the mouths of the party. I tuned out once I heard they kept that annoying Reince Priebus as head of the RNC.


  29. jetstream says:

    Trump has an interesting week coming up.


    Liked by 2 people

  30. wallythewalrus says:

    With Trump’
    s Mexican comments I was thinking he should adopt this symbol for his campaign only substitute his head for Danny’s.


  31. Serpentor says:

    These gotcha questions about Trump employing illegals could be handled slightly better, as SD outlined a few days ago. It’s not that he’s handling them poorly, but the sharks are circling the water and he can get them away by punching one or two in the nose, sort to speak.

    If many of his subcontractors feel as though they cannot verify status because it’s too costly or potentially hazardous legally, then Trump should mention this. Look, it’s now unconstitutional to verify citizenship prior to voting – why in the world would anyone think verifying for employment would be so easy, legally and financially? Here’s another thing, when they work, whose SSN are they using? Does anyone ever mention the potential for harm vis a vis identity theft? And that’s just the “non-criminal” good ones that we interact and see everyday. Trump originally was only talking about the criminal ones that we generally don’t see, but who are terrorizing communities throughout the land.

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  32. jameswlee2014 says:

    Unsaid, and I wonder why, is that the vast majority of American citizens agree with Trump on this: return the illegals and seal the border. Americans have watched with sadness and horror as we have suffered a foreign invasion abetted by politicians whose cowardice in the face of childish pc insults has sapped our faith in our elected officials as a class. We feel abandoned and betrayed.

    Consequently, it appears much more likely that the rabid reaction to Trump springs not from any disagreement but because it reveals their timidity and a craven knuckling under to an effete mob of juvenile name callers that renders them morally unfit to lead the great American people

    Liked by 3 people

    • doodahdaze says:

      Trump is only for building an wall. Not for rounding up and deporting. After the wall is built he says he will work on what to do with the ones that are here but with no path to the voting booth. The democrats are only interested in the path to the voting booth, period. The GOP does not seem to have a clue what it is doing, except they love everybody or something. To me they appear to be self destructing.

      Liked by 2 people

  33. Dickie Benzie says:

    The republican party has become a breeding ground for weak, cowardly “do-nothings”; including and especially Boehner and McConnell. Jeb Bush has zero chance of winning the presidency; we will be blessed with Hillary, regardless of how many scandals she survives.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. canadacan says:

    This is the backlash we’ve been talking about.
    This is a tsunami.
    This is an idea whose time has come

    Liked by 2 people

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