The GOPe Roadmap, Status Update and The Event Horizon…

A general conversation, and series of questions, has begun amid readers who understand the RNC/GOPe road map and subsequent scheme.  Essentially the question is becoming:

what will the GOPe do regarding their ongoing onslaught to eliminate Donald Trump, if Trump becomes inevitable”?

The answer to that question is fraught with possibilities. However, as a general rule, crossing the Rubicon of inevitability will not change the present course. Here’s why:

Any predictive review must generally reflect upon the “bigger picture” and interests of those who ultimately framed, and continue to finance, the original outline – those interests are Wall Street interests. So before answering the question, you must first remember what they constructed.

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There are ten candidates specifically part of the Jeb Bush nomination map.  Not seventeen, TEN!

They are:  ♦ Jeb Bush ♦ – Marco Rubio, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie, John Kasich, Rick Perry, Lindsey Graham, George Pataki, Jim Gilmore and previously, Rick Perry (anticipate the Perry endorsement and PAC $ headed for Bush).

Each of the aforementioned can be tied to relationships, behavior and specific action in 2014 which reflects their association to the scheme.  Therefore they are in the definitive category – See Here.

That leaves Jindal, Paul, Walker, Santorum, Carson, Cruz and obviously Trump. Excluding Trump, there was nothing in 2014 which would *specifically* tie them *directly* to the road map, therefore we have never aligned them with the group of Jeb party insiders.

[*NOTE* Only those who we could actually and provably identify the motives for, were given the designation of “splitters“.  All others were granted the benefit of doubt.]

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However, Bobby Jindal’s recent activity reflects his general favorability, or leaning, toward the GOPe group.  He is not a stupid guy; far from it actually – he’s a Rhodes Scholar.  Yet the severity of his approach shows he is willing to lose his own position in the race to advance a common party goal or interest.

Scott Walker’s recent activity also reflects he is heavily influenced by the DC party machine.  The attachment of Brad Dayspring, famous for his role in the Mississippi race-baiting scheme born of Mitch McConnell, to the Walker Super-PAC was always a red flag.  So the probability of his outcome being pro-Jeb is more than likely.

Rand Paul is best understood from the position of the vanity driven step-mom in Cinderella.  However, when Paul looks in the mirror his focus is upon the reflection of influence, not appearance.   Senator Rand Paul joined fellow Kentuckian McConnell’s scheme team between Christmas ’13 and the State of the Union speech in January of 2014.  Every consequence thereafter has been self-serving quid pro quo.

Ted cruz and rand paul

Rick Santorum was/is irrelevant (floating between 0% and 1% for months). Sorry Rick.

Ben carsonAlso, useful tool, candidate Ben Carson is far more difficult to inflate, than he will be to deflate.

Inflation relies heavily on two needs:  #1) Low-info emotional electorate, which is easily swayed; and, #2) willful blindness by the media; cue Megyn Kelly et al.

Carson essentially became a useful and necessary tool for Team Jeb – as we currently see.  However, his own community doesn’t even know the guy, yet he’s running for President:

In the rural community outside of Baltimore where Carson has lived for nearly 15 years, many of his neighbors claim to have never spoken to him. Some didn’t even know if Carson and his family still live in their seven-bedroom, $1.7-million house set on a 35-acre piece of pastureland between cornfields. They know, vaguely, that he bought another home in Florida (West Palm Beach) for retirement.

“I don’t even think he could win if he was running for mayor out here,” said one of his neighbors, who lives along the winding gravel road that leads to his palatial estate. “No one out here knows him. He tends to insulate himself.” (link)

This level of ease regarding opposition research on Carson simply means that Team Jeb can swat him away faster than you can say ‘Hermain Cain’ as soon as his usefulness has expired.  Carson is the prototype for an RNC useful political tool; the kind of candidate that makes Karl Rove giddy with glee as he thinks about dropping info to media.

All of these non-Jeb candidates (Jindal, Paul, Walker, Santorum and Carson) hold some level of ‘usefulness’ but are not connected –or at least not directly connected– to the overall GOPe scheme as it was constructed in 2014.

Ted Cruz is an entirely different matter – hence our previous outline.  And I will pause because within the next 48 hours we shall know more. (Nuf said for now on Cruz).

Which leads us back to the original question:

“what will the GOPe do regarding their ongoing onslaught to eliminate Donald Trump, if Trump becomes inevitable”?

The Tripwire we identified back in July remains today.  If Wall Street (writ large) views Donald Trump as inevitable, they will re-evaluate –QUICKLY– the opposite side of their controllable coin.  Meaning they will evaluate Hillary Clinton.

Wall Street (The U.S. CoC, Tom Donohue, and all varied interests, DNC/RNC et al) set this up as a win/win. A Clinton/Bush strategy.  If Trump is believed to be inevitable in victory over Bush, they need to re-evaluate the Clinton side STAT.

They’ll have two choices:  #1) Stick with Hillary, or  #2) add Joe Biden (and later Elizabeth Warren as VP).

Personally, I believe they will bring in Biden.  My belief is based on increasingly obvious polling which shows Trump beating Hillary in head-to-head match-ups, AND based on the continuing growth of Trump’s coalition of enthusiastic supporters.

The very real groundswell behind Trump is why we stated Biden would enter, even before head-to-head polling was visible to support it.  The polling only further supports the initial prediction.

We will not necessarily see this upcoming Democrat battle royale taking place.  However, you can be damned sure Bill and Hillary will be calling in all their markers in an effort to sway Wall Street to stick with them.  It’s going to be beyond ugly.

However, I doubt the Clinton’s will succeed this time.  There’s just too much at stake, too much risk, and Hillary has many legal issues the power-brokers can use to leverage her out.

REGARDLESS of the Biden/Clinton battle – the GOPe onslaught against Trump will continue, unrelenting, all the way through the primary.

Why?  Simple answer – go back to the decision-makers; regardless of Biden or Clinton, Trump’s removal is vital.  They will plan for the primary race attacks on Trump to soften him up for destruction in the general election race against Biden or Hillary.

Remember, Wall Street’s goal is Jeb.  Remove Jeb and their goal is to destroy the replacement and get the other side of the coin (Biden/Clinton) into the White House.

These power interests must retain control at all costs.  This fundamental aspect is why the attacks, from both sides, on Donald Trump will continue from now until the general election in November of 2016.

The RNC/GOPe can openly attack Trump until he gets the nomination.  After that they must change to subversive attacks – that’s the only difference.

This is also fundamentally the reason why there’s really no pressure on any “splitter” candidate to drop out.

Traditionally candidates drop out when they don’t have electorate support; their money dries up and they can no longer compete.   That’s not true any longer – now there’s Super-PACs to keep them in the race, and Wall Street to fund the Super-PACs.

So as long as they hold value in attacking Trump, and so long as their Super-PAC’s are funded, the Ten-For-Jeb will continue the fight against Trump regardless of Jeb’s non-viable candidacy.

So there’s the answer to the question:

Trump’s inevitability really doesn’t change the goal much, because the goal never stops being the destruction of Donald Trump.

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Makes ya all warm and fuzzy, no?  Each time I look deeply into this scheme I ask myself the same question, who would ever willingly want to put themselves through this nightmare?  I’m left believing only a person with a lifetime of preparation…

…and that would be, Donald Trump !

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Just a Reminder, this is an insurgency. – The modern enemy of Wall Street is Main Street vulgarians. The enemy of the RNC/GOPe is not Democrats, it’s Grassroots Conservatives, more vulgarians.

The Republican Party, and the Republican media apparatus, view us as their enemy. We are the enemy they need to protect themselves from:

In 2014, the RNC approved selection rules that govern how each state’s delegates are portioned out from the primaries. Under one of the changes, states holding their primaries between March 1 and March 14 will have their delegates doled out proportionately with election results, a change that will likely stymie a movement candidate.

States that have primaries on or after March 15 will be winner-take-all states.

That’s important because another RNC rule change requires that a candidate must win a majority of delegates in eight or more states before his or her name may be presented for nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

With 18 GOP presidential candidates, for now, it will be that much harder for any candidate to win a majority in any state, let alone eight. (Article July 2015)

GOP-versus-Tea-PartyNow, ask yourself, why would the RNC want to “stymie a movement candidate“? Who exactly does that benefit? Obviously, the “non-movement” candidate, ie “the turtle“.

Isn’t the entire reason for campaigning in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina etc. to make a movement/momentum?

In addition Rule #40 changed in 2014 from previously five needed state wins, to a newer threshold of eight (8):

Officially, it’s Rule 40 in the RNC handbook and it states that any candidate for president “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states” before their name is presented for nomination at the national convention. (article March 2014)

Again, ask yourself who does this benefit? A candidate can win seven states outright, and still not have their name presented for nomination?

These rules were made/affirmed in 2014 – Who or what exactly was the GOP concerned about blocking in 2016 that would necessitate such rules? When combined with other rule changes you can clearly identify a consolidation of power within the RNC apparatus intentionally constructed to stop the candidate of the GRASSROOTS from achieving victory.

It’s all part of their GOPe Roadmap.

update-1 Reference and Resources – (links to internal MSM references are contained within prior outlines):

RNC Rule Changes

RNC Rule Battles

  1. Following The Money
  2. The GOPe Roadmap
  3. ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters
  4. ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
  5. ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
  6. ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
  7. ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
  8. ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
  9. ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
  10. ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
  11. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
  12. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
  13. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
  14. ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
  15. ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
  16. ♦ Rush Limbaugh Discusses/AffirmsThe “splitter strategy”
  17. ♦ The Biden Paradox – Trump Winning Means Clinton Must Be Removed
  18. ♦ Salem Media Communications (GOPe Media Arm) Launches Attack
  19. ♦ Open Letter To GOPe – The Conservative Frustration
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298 Responses to The GOPe Roadmap, Status Update and The Event Horizon…

  1. IF I wasn’t already 100% behind Trump, and was shopping for a Republican candidate to back, here is one reason why I will never consider voting for John Kasich:

    Kasich backs Obama on bringing Syrian refugees to US

    Sept. 13– WASHINGTON –– Republican presidential candidate John Kasich said Sunday that he supports President Barack Obama’s plan to admit at least 10,000 Syrian refugees to the U.S. over the next year.
    “It’s very important that we don’t let anybody infiltrate who’s part of a radical group,” Kasich said. “But America needs to be part of this solution.”

    No, John, America does NOT “need” to do anything for the “refugees”. What America NEEDS to do is start minding to our own current problems. The most important of which are our burgeoning debt crisis and the threat posed by foreign immigrants who have zero intention to become productive citizens of America. Let the local Arab nations open their doors to the people who chose to emigrate from, rather than defend, their homelands.

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  2. winky says:

    I for one have been asking for along time why so many canidates on the Repub side, but now it all makes sense…what a scam on the American people….why doesn’t Trump go on national tv and tell the world what a scam is being put upon the people to buy an election…wow…can you imagine that…expose these corrupt creeps.Go Trump

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  3. Since wed. I have literally asked nearly 200 people about bringing more Syrian refuges into America, I kid you not, not one person wants these people in our country! Also good news.. Most have become serious minded about Mr. Trump as president. Seriously! In June, most thought ( me too ) that he wasn’t commited, ( not now ! ) the poll numbers reflect the truth as I’m seeing it around here. Trumps #’s & Sanders #’s are truth!

    Go Team Trump!!

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  4. TwoLaine says:

    I left a thread 4 hours ago, I tho’t on this page, about a CNN ad I had just seen that quoted Reagan’s Shining City on a Hill Farewell Address. Instead, I just finally found it over on:

    The Charge of the Vulgarians:

    But no one is listening over there, so this is my promised follow-up. 😉 I finally found the sponsor of the ad. Their website below includes the ad. I have also seen it probably at least another 4-5 times since. And the CNN heat is all on TRUMP, non-stop, still.

    National Immigration Foreign Action Fund

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    • TwoLaine says:

      CNN is pushing iCarly, big time, and pushing for a TRUMP fight with her. They are also misquoting her. She didn’t say, “I am a leader”, she said, “I think…….(long hesitation – Perry Botox moment perhaps?) ….. I am a leader. 😉 They play the clip over and over, but the banner at the bottom of the screen, and what they say when quoting her, is false.


    • doodahdaze says:

      The voters are not cooperating. Something is wrong. What to do?

      Liked by 1 person

    • sundance says:

      Who’s the third moderator? Jake Tapper, Hugh Hewitt and who?


    • lovely says:

      Thank you! I caught a bit of this commercial earlier and I said to myself, wait a minute didn’t they just endorse Trump position that we need a wall?

      Reagan’s words;

      And if the city had to have walls the walls would have doors open to anyone with the will and the heart to get here.

      A simple understanding of the english language allows one to discern that if there is a need for a wall, the door is to allow those with the heart and will to get here come through that door legally, otherwise there is logically no need for a wall.

      Trump has already talked about his magnificent, wonderful, terrific door, that will be in the wall so the NIFAF has just put out a pro Trump commercial but they are apparently too ignorant to realize it.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        That is NOT their intent, and they are not marketing to English 1st speakers. They pulled soundbytes that benefit their angle.

        “I will build a wall”
        “They will be out day one”
        “I will end birthright citizenship”


        “Ronald Reagan had a different Vision for America”

        Then snippets of Reagan’s speech that would suit them.

        This has got to be costing them a fortune in ads! Sunday, CNN, Pre-Debate & Sunday Political Shows!

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        • lovely says:

          I know it is not their intent. But it is the proper interpretation of their commercial. It cost them a fortune and they fouled the message. I’m not going to be the only one who picks up on the flaw in their commercial and it is a big flaw. Good.

          Another thing that the commercial does is show just how afraid of Trump the left is. Why the heck include Walker and Cruz in the commercial? Cruz and Walker’s poll numbers combined barely reach double digits. Including Cruz and Walker was intentional and it has nothing to do with Walker or Cruz.


    • TwoLaine says:

      MSNBC just spent a good 5 minutes airing and discussing this ad. They said it will be aired heavily during the debates at the Reagan Library. Surprise, surprise.


    • Sylvia says:

      twoLane; as you mention CNN it brings to mind what i just listened to from CNN! Poppy had two law mongers on and they were asked to comment on ALL the lawsuits DJT has had. JUST BEFORE SAT.!!! TIMING is everything huh? theydug into federal suites that were noted and then all 3 of them kept hammering away about it. CNN is in the toilet as far as I am concerned. Crue isnt the only one playing DIRTY TRICKS! i CANNOT BELIEVE IT. The ratings CNN continue to get from Trump you would think theyd be praising his every move. Too bad the rest of the pack wasnt being ‘dug’ into??? I hope and pray Donald Trump wins the Presidency! but from what I read in The Last Refuge its going to be an uphill battle??? What do you think?


  5. chiavarm says:

    Before I forget: I Love that picture of the Elephant clashing with the Rino!

    Any way I just saw a story that California Gov Brown is salivating at throwing his hat into the ring.


  6. TwoLaine says:

    Sundance and Team, before I forget, Thank You for keeping me sane in such an insane world. From the bottom of my heart, I so value what each of you contributes! Sunlight and sunshine. Love it! 🙂

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Cameraman says:

    Fascinating to see the Trump Vs. Clinton narrative evolve. Another pretty good poll for The Donald against Clinton. Not leading but edging closer.


    • Cameraman says:

      Forgot to mention the sample bias in the above poll which makes it a much better result for Trump than the headline suggests:

      Q: Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a…

      Democrat 33%, Republican 22%, Independent 35%, Other 5% No opinion 4%

      78% of the polling sample was not Republican as opposed to 67% being not Democrat. Doesn’t seem balanced to me.


    • Pedro says:

      Frankly I don’t believe any of these polls. There is a Gravis poll that is done by One America News Network; msm never mentions it. According to that believable poll, Trump is at 40% nationally and has substantial leads in early states. I watched this video and it helps to solidify Trumps lead and why the msm will never cover polls of over 3000 people. By the way Trump is leading Clinton 54% to 48%


  8. doodahdaze says:

    Carson sez we have neglected AA’s. I think we have paid them lots of attention. Is he nuts?

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  9. zephyrbreeze says:

    I didn’t see that anyone posted this WSJ interview with Donald Trump. Again, he comes across as very credible, practical, and reasonable. VIDEO:

    Liked by 3 people

  10. tampafan says:

    Will open primary states be a factor for Trump? His illegal immigration message is gaining traction in the African American community. His campaign speeches should include “Go register as a Republican and vote for me in the primary”. Take a page out of the Haley Barbour Republican playbook (minus the racist smears).

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  11. lovely says:

    Silly Jack Trapper! Pledges are just for Donald Trump.

    Reince Priebus sets the record straight about that silly pledge.


    Joining me now is Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus. Mr. Chairman, thanks for joining us. I can’t recall a presidential race where the front-runner was throwing and receiving so many elbows. Just this morning, Governor George Pataki released a statement in which he’s basically saying he’s refusing to support Donald – Donald Trump if he’s the Republican nominee. He will not vote for Donald Trump, he says
    This comes on the heels of an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer in which Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, also running for president, repeatedly refused to pledge to support Trump if he wins the Republican nomination. You got the Republican candidates to sign these loyalty pledges. Are you concerned at all?


    No, I’m not concerned. I – you know what? Every candidate in all these campaigns are going to do whatever they need to do in order to benefit their own campaigns. And I suspect that there will be a lot more things happening over the next several weeks. But they’re all going to have an opportunity on Wednesday. And you’re going to be in the middle of it, Jake. And I think, you know, one of the undiscussed issues is just controlling the debate and making sure that everyone has an ability to speak. And there will probably be more elbows thrown at that debate. And you’re going to have your hands full. But I suspect that it will be a great night and a good opportunity for those campaigns to make their voices more heard, and they can speak to each other about it

    Priebus even calls Trapper “Buddy”

    Can Priebus be any more transparent?


  12. JRD says:


    No one hated Reagan more than Jeb.

    For 7 years we have had to listen to The Dauphin Jeb tell us the Age of Reagan is over.

    During a campaign office opening in Miami, Bush opened his white button-down shirt to reveal an emblem that’s iconic to conservatives: The Ronald Reagan/George H.W. Bush 1984 campaign logo.

    “Let me show you something,” he told the crowd as he unbuttoned his shirt. “That’s the party I believe in: Reagan and Bush.”


    The Bushies mocked and ridiculed Reagan for wanting to take out the Soviet Union.

    The Bushies have no conscience. They sold their soul.

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  13. TwoLaine says:

    CNN also has a cute Mike Rowe commercial out on his upcoming CNN show. He’s sitting with his Dad on the couch. Dad is doing something on his smartphone. Mike asks him what he is doing. Dad says he is texting in a debate question. Mike says that he wanted to tell him about his new show on CNN. Dad asks if there is any chance TRUMP will be on it? Mike makes a funny Mike face and says he’ll see what he can do.

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  14. kpm58 says:

    If Walker is out, where will the Kochs put there support?


  15. justfactsplz says:

    Sundance, I like when you put in the warning and the outline at the end of these articles. It makes it easy for the many new posters we have to research earlier articles until they get used to the site and all of it’s research features. All of these new posters are searching for some semblance of truth in this mess and are potential Trump supporters. We are shining a much needed light right now for our country’s survival.

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  16. georgiafl says:


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  17. SouthCentralPA says:

    “Event Horizon”. Really … ? What is supposed to be the black hole in this situation (besides HRC’s cold, black heart ba dum dum) ? When you mis-use terms like Stazi [sic], event horizon, night of the long knives, it makes you sound like something out of, and not the incisive thinker you have demonstrated yourself to be on numerous occasions.

    Two things to think about: 1) do you think the people you identify as “wall street interests” are short-sighted or evil? 2) If they’re so all-powerful, flush with cash, and bent on world domination ominous organ chord where the bleepity-bleep is their turn-out machine?? I live in a borough in the heart of the Red Ninth (the most Republican district in PA), and there was a BHO officefront on our town square in 2012 to get less than a hundred votes. Where was any such sort of effort for ominous organ chord Mitt Romney?

    Before you mistake my motivation(s), I will say that as I become less convinced that Trump is a Clinton plant to play the role of Perot for a new Clinton, I am warming up to him. But for the love of all that is holy, I have seen no indication from those you call the GOPe ominous organ chord (last one, I promise) have the desire to WIN when it counts. And maybe, as you say DT can get pry off the rusty chassis parts and help the GOP get back to a point where it wants to win. Not cash cushy K Street checks, not go-along-to-get-along, not be well thought of by the MFM, but WIN, dadgumit.

    ominous organ chord (okay, I fibbed 🙂 )


  18. Saw the YouGov/CBS poll. Remember Iowa is not a primary it is a caucus. Santorum won it in 2012 and it did him little good. New Hampshire is the important one. Bush was suppose to win this state just like Romney. If he does worse than second place, Bush is over. The GOPe can’t afford Carson in the 20% for too long. He is only taking votes from the splitters and Bush and all the non-Trump votes for that matters. That doesn’t help Bush in the end. If Carson is beating Bush why would he drop out and turn over his votes to Bush, like some think he will. End the end Carson has to be run out of the campaign and before February. Remember Bush is the only candidate for the GOPe and Trump must be stopped. Like SD said, Carson will be deflated at the right time. In the end Bush will have to cannibalize the splitter votes to get his number up. That dosen’t mean the road map is totally dead. Bush can still hope for an open convention with no one having a clear majority. It would tear the party appart but by that time it won’t matter to the GOPe. Also leaving Carson in to rack up some victories in the hope that latter he will release them in the convention doesn’t mean they have to vote for Bush. They are free to vote for whoever they want if released.


  19. krzycatlady says:

    …am still watching Cruz…while I appreciate Trump’s plainspokenness on bringing up serious issues etc I am too often recalling all of those generalities the emperor so mesmerized people with back in 08…as a nation we are frustrated beyond belief with the direction that the current regime has taken us in, helped of course by the Rove cabal…and we are in far worse shape now than back then. we need to consider very carefully just who we elect to that office because that person will inherit one hell of a mess to have to deal with.


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  23. Jon Bjornerud says:

    I am a liberal, but so tired of all the B. S. of our current political talk and media driven PC agenda. Finally, we have a candidate that is saying the truth. I may not agree with him on everything, but what do we as a nation have to lose given our current dangers and inability to do ANYTHING!!!
    Trump is perhaps the Ceased the people need to reform this corrupt senate. And I genuinely believe Trump is doing this from the heart. He is the United that can draw from across divides. He will get a large group of the African American vote. He will get like minded Latinos that don’t want the kook aid from the media. People are finally stopping to question this whole charade we have been fed, and it will threaten the powers that be!! Et tu Brutus?
    I am in your camp, this is the moment of vital importance in the American experiment ! Great work.


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