Hopefully this outline will be the last one needed to fully understand the (Wall Street, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, K-Street) RNC/GOPe plan. And more specifically, how each of the candidates lines up within the construct for the 2016 GOP Primary.
Many political detractors have viewed the prior information as “conspiracy theory” or “tin foil hat” thinking. That’s fine, we’ve been following this since October of 2013 and it’s doubtful anyone who has not simultaneously followed along could possibly grasp the entire construct, almost two years of data, in a short period of absorption.
The fact-finding need to fully grasp the construct is why we continue to put all the reference material at the bottom. Within the reference material you will find hundreds of MSM and pdf citations for the specific tripwires, as they were placed, over the past two years.
All the evidence is there, we are not trying to convince anyone. We are, however, exposing the tripwires, the dots, and how they connect. Failure to admit the existence of the RNC/GOPe behavior -which leads to their road map- does not protect you from the consequences of it.
All of this information is free for the taking in any form, construct, or presentation that fits your needs. Use it as you will, or take the information and try to disprove what is contained therein; it matters not.
It is no longer a complex theory – it is now actually fully exposed.
♦ Jeb Bush is the easiest to outline because he is the entire reason for 11 of the 18 candidates to exist. Jeb Bush is the consummate Republican Establishment candidate. Jeb has the approvals of Wall Street, The U.S. CoC, K-Street and the professional republican party construct. Everyone inside the GOPe machine is in full support of Jeb.
The second easiest group to understand is Bush’s support team. The “splitters”: Jim Gilmore (VA), George Pataki (NY), Lindsey Graham (SC), Chris Christie (NJ), Rick Perry (TX), John Kasich (OH), Mike Huckabee (AR), Marco Rubio (FL) and Carly Fiorina CA/VA). All of these are Republican party insiders. All have strong connections to both the national party (RNC) and DC power brokers.
♦ Rick Santorum and ♦ Ben Carson are outliers, useful tools, pawns supported by Super-PACs. Carson has close ties to many liberal associations.
♦ Marco Rubio is a one-term senator paying back his friend and mentor Jeb Bush. Why would a one-term young senator with no accumulated wealth give up his seat in the Senate for a long-shot White House bid? The downside appears significant. Obviously the answer is the benefit must be greater than the risk. Personally I think back in 2013 and spring of 2014 Rubio looked like a great VP selection for re-payment. Regardless, for his loyalty Wall Street will reward his efforts if Jeb fails. Rubio’s goal is to split Florida and help Jeb win the 99 ‘winner-take-all’ electoral votes by blocking a more conservative option.
♦ Rick Perry’s initial GOPe compromise was evident in 2011 during the secret meeting in Colorado with the Koch Brothers prior to the 2012 race. However, the most obvious sign of his corruption to the DC machine came with Henry Barbour funding Perry’s supportive Super-Pac. Barbour was the tip-of-the-spear who attacked Chris McDaniels in the 2014 Mississippi primary on behalf of the GOPe, Mitch McConnell and Thad Cochran’s reelection. Barbours presence in the Perry camp made his affiliation transparent.
♦ Carly Fiorina is another consummate DC insider. She sells herself as an outsider but she worked for the John McCain campaign ’08, and Mitt Romney campaign in 2012. She even admitted her entry into the 2016 contest was spurred by Mitt Romney asking her to run. You can’t honestly run as an outsider and carry such establishment bona fides. In addition almost every one of her policies are straight from the Jeb Bush playbook. Fiorina aligns with Jeb 100%.
♦ Chris Christie is another former Republican Governors Association (RGA) head. He’s as much a part of the party apparatus as one could be. Christie’s job in the road map is to defend Jeb like he did for Mitt Romney in ’12. Chrisitie’s efforts toward the actual campaign are transparently halfhearted at best.
♦ Lindsey Graham, a DC politico and ever-present wallflower, looking to retain his own place at the trough of political influence. He’ll probably vote again for John McCain in the 2016 race, for the fourth time.
♦ Kasich, Gilmore and Pataki are all merely key primary state vote splitters. Ohio, Virginia and New York respectively. None of them have or had a chance. Kasich gaining the media attention similar to Jon Huntsman in ’12, but overall electorate meh.
That’s the easy bunch.
The next group is Scott Walker, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. Each with various degrees of ‘insider’ aspects and DC influence. The original road map was constructed with these three as the primary opponents to Jeb Bush. These were considered by the GOPe to be the main contenders to battle Jeb. The “splitters” were all recruited to stop these three from gaining support.
However, ♦ Scott Walker is compromised. In addition to the red flag of George Will’s wife Marci working on Walker’s campaign, the appearance of Brad Dayspring in the Walker Super-PAC was a far bigger alert. Dayspring was also part of the entire DC construct in the 2014 mid-term primaries. Dayspring is to Scott Walker what Henry Barbour is to Rick Perry. Therefore, unfortunately, Walker must be considered compromised by the machine.
Rand Paul and Ted Cruz were SERIOUS disappointments in December ’13 and January ’14, with their decision to join the McConnell coalition (Senate GOPe) and not support conservative challenges to incumbent Senators. (Here’s the moment it happened)
It became obvious that ♦ Rand Paul made a deal with Mitch McConnell to stay out of the Kentucky primary and not support Matt Bevin who was challenging McConnell for his senate seat. This would have been a massive win for conservatives; even bigger than Eric Cantor’s defeat. Unfortunately, the Cantor defeat alerted McConnell to the risk even quicker and he made adjustments to insure his safety.
In exchange for Rand’s allegiance McConnell used his power and influence to assist Rand Paul in Kentucky getting legislative change allowing Rand to run for Senate and Presidential race. Rand made a deal with the devil and he’s been compromised ever since. History will show this decision was the undoing of Rand Paul as it exposed his selfish underbelly. The indictments of his Super-PAC team (Jesse Benton) was just icing on the cake.
♦ Ted Cruz. No single decision was more disappointing than for Ted Cruz to join with Rand Paul and align with Mitch McConnell in the spring of ’14. As Vice-Chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Cruz was in place when McConnell pulled the trigger on the attacks against Ken Cuccinelli (Virginia governor race ’14), Chris McDaniel (Mississippi Senate), and Matt Bevin (Kentucky Senate). I don’t think Cruz was on board with the decision making, but he stayed quiet while the horrible action was taking place. Willful blindness.
My hunch is Cruz really regrets that decision. However, he remained on the NRSC until after the mid-terms were over, and didn’t leave until January of 2015. Ted Cruz laid down with dirty dog McConnell, albeit temporarily, and woke up months later covered in fleas. He has never fully or publicly apologized for his role against Chris McDaniel when Cruz gave McConnell’s henchmen (Benton, Barbour and Dayspring) $240,000 which they used to buy democrat votes and fund racist attack ads against McDaniel to benefit McConnell’s decepticon pal, Thad Cochran.
Ted Cruz has fought a good fight since that decision, but he essentially made himself ineffective within DC after that spring primary season. Obviously McConnell poked Cruz in the eye months later with intense ridicule during the pre-election shutdown fight. Cruz and McConnell have been enemies ever since; and Cruz is paying penance to the conservative base. Cruz recently campaigned for Chris McDaniel.
That only leaves Bobby Jindal and Donald Trump.
Both of which are the furthest away from the DC machine as any candidates. Unfortunately ♦ Jindal is viewed unfavorably as too weak. Also, partly due to his outsider status and partly due to his lack of fundraising -despite his conservative record- he won’t last long.
♦ Trump is the ONLY independent republican running without being beholden to the machine, apparatus, donors, K-Street or lobbyist group. Trump is also the only one fully outside of the RNC/GOPe tentacles of influence. Wall Street, The U.S. CoC, Tom Donohue, and Mitch McConnell hate Trump with the intensity of a thousand supernovas.
As a consequence the two most hated in the race, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, have something in common. Currently Donald Trump is facing the full weight and fury of the Republican furnace as we now see raging.
Donald Trump is uniquely positioned to overcome their fury. He appears to fully understand the roles and objectives, and he is brilliantly deconstructing their entire apparatus.
However, if Trump is destroyed, the eye of Sauron will quickly turn to Cruz…. and the GOPe road map will be back on track.
Here’s the full details of how the entire scheme was created and rolled out; as well as details of how to defeat them. There are hundreds of MSM historical citations inside the eleven linked outlines for those who need evidence or wish to research:
- ♦ Following The Money
- ♦ The GOPe Roadmap
- ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters”
- ♦ Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
- ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
- ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
- ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
- ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
- ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
- ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
- ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map