Many patriotic vulgarians are unnecessarily concerned about recent predictable polling from the state of Iowa showing the vulgarian candidate Donald Trump being replaced as frontrunner by the soft-spoken Evangelical Ben Carson.
Toward those concerned voices we would simply proffer the following reminder:
Remove Donald Trump in 2015/16 and Ben Carson becomes Herman Cain, Ted Cruz becomes Newt Gingrich, and Jeb Bush positions comfortably as Mitt Romney circa 2012.
It really is that simple.
The entire construct of the RNC/GOPe political scheme has been, and continues to be, a Clinton VS Bush general election battle. The only consideration amid the affluent puppeteers is who gets to play the role of Bush, either Jeb or Marco Rubio will do just fine.
Any reader can review the annals of CTH historical research to find out for themselves why we chose to engage in a rather lengthy and controversial, albeit factually and empirically sound, analysis of what’s been going on amid the political landscape for several election cycles.
It was, at least initially, more of a curiosity exploration, than a desire to out the machinations of political powers; in part because we, the collective grouping of our association, have always held a firm grip on acceptance for ‘what is’ and strenuously fought against allowing various agenda-filled media presentations to filter our views. Such became the initial quest to find out what motives lay behind those who sell us candidates.
It was also from this reference we discovered the larger, much larger, agenda of the globalists and corporate media types that hold no affinity toward Main Street U.S.A.
In rather serendipitous timing, our discoveries of the motives behind the candidates came shortly before the entry of Donald Trump into the 2016 race. Thus, it became easy to support his candidacy because quite simply there’s nothing to lose.
Without Trump in the race, the Globalist, Wall Street, Corporate Media and RNC/GOPe delivery of Jeb Bush would ultimately be the outcome. All they had/have to do is follow the exact same plan which worked in 2012. The electorate, including us, unknowing of the Potemkin Village landscape, would simply follow along the yellow brick road pre-paved with the intentions of interests unseen. Not a big deal.
When we fully understand this reality, we simultaneously also understand why Donald Trump entered the 2016 presidential race. Like us, you, Trump sees the Potemkin construct and said “enough”, “someone’s got to get in this race to change the outcome”.
Step one in Trump’s campaign was to tear down the facade of the Village in order to awaken a larger understanding of who is actually behind these constructs.
Thus, Trump was immediately effective at exposing the deceivers amid our own ranks. Immediately Donald Trump drew inbound fire from those who hold a vested interest in retention of the ruse and maintenance of the path.
“You can’t build a border wall” the conservative pundits shouted. You also can’t stop amnesty, block anti-US trade deals, unhook our economy from the anchor of ObamaCare, stop Iran from nuclear weapons, and/or point out we haven’t had a budget in seven years.
Wait, these are conservatives?
Wow, who knew? Here was a massive crowd following along the Potemkin path without actually knowing the corporate media types were in on the globalist scheme all along.
All of a sudden the conservative freedom movement was faced with a reality that Megyn Kelly, Charles Krauthammer et al, are simply playing a distracting role while meeting back stage with the Clinton’s, Murdoch’s and worse, for crustless sandwiches and high-fives.
“Just stop this nonsense speak“, was the argument from Jonah Goldberg and those he calls his “politically savvy people“. “Fall back in line”, move along, and pay no attention to the vulgarian noisemaker – we’ve got a Bush/Rubio to promote….
Do you really think those goals change just because an awakening has surfaced? Not hardly ! They just need to add a level of depth to the facade in order to retain the ruse.
It was only two weeks ago (October 7th) when we pointed out the Quinnipiac poll lead-in. Remember this: “Stunningly Transparent Observation Bias”
[…] It is my hope that Democrats, Republicans and Independents can pause the “us -vs- them” activity for a moment, take a breath, look around and recognize we are all seemingly inside a manufactured political maze. Then, perhaps contemplate just how controlled this entire fiasco is.
As we have previously stated there are trillions of dollars, and immense national and global power interests, at play within this election. As each week passes, and absent of Wall Street gaining safety in their preferred outcome, the rabid control mechanisms are pushed into overdrive to tame the vulgarians on both sides of the political spectrum.
(#1) The lead of any print article/outline focuses the attention of the reader toward the content that follows. Look at the very first mention within the outline provided to give an analysis of the data. “Ben Carson and Joe Biden” ?
Joe Biden isn’t even a candidate, and the analysis appears to be skipping over the entire reason for conducting a ranking poll (ie. Candidates: Donald Trump et al, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton etc.) and going straight into a general election discussion about Ben Carson and Joe Biden. WTF?
(#2) …”Looking past the nominations“… What the heck? We don’t even know the outcome (data) of the surveys within this PRIMARY POLL, and the analysis is saying essentially: well, lets just skip over the pesky facts and get to what we really want to talk about… etc. Whereas those “pesky facts” are the entire reason for conducting a survey.
Where does the voter support for the candidates line up in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania? Not only did the lead in say they want to skip the substance to get to a conclusion, but now the analysis says you haven’t seen our results yet, but lets look past it. WTF?
(#3) “Those who are waiting for Donald Trump’s campaign to collapse…” etc. What the heck? Talk about wanting to display a bias, and simultaneously drum up up a self-fulfilling headline. This presentation is so completely filled with over-the-top observational bias it’s almost jaw dropping. (link)
So does it really surprise you to see a Quinnipiac poll, two weeks later, promoted from Iowa (polling methodology excluded for some weird reason) which now shows Ben Carson leading Donald Trump?
If this surprises anyone who reads here, you should probably run away. The political Potemkin Village doesn’t sell here any more than the facade of a 12-year-old picture of Trayvon Martin, or a sold Potemkin narrative of Dorian Johnson and the “hand’s up don’t shoot” ruse.
We don’t cotton to the gaslighting, and darn sure don’t fall victim to it.
So let’s digest a few Uni-Party realities to help understand the current landscape:
A TIME analysis of Federal Election Commission records indicates that, while donors to Barack Obama in 2012 have largely transferred their support to Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney’s donors are divided in their support of the 2016 hopefuls. While those donors favor Jeb Bush, having given the former Florida governor more than $5.4 million since through Sept. 30, they are also giving Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Ben Carson significant financial support.
Perhaps most surprising, more Romney money has flowed into Democrat Hillary Clinton’s coffers (more than $640,000 so far) than has been given to Republicans Rand Paul, Carly Fiorina or Chris Christie. (link)
What’s that? Romney mega-donor supporters support Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Ben carson? Gee, who’da thunk? And also have given $640,000 to Hillary Clinton? Hmmm… go figure.
And, to boost the overall narrative, the Des Moines Register today has come out with favorable polling for Ben Carson over Donald Trump?
Ya, don’t say.
And oh, lookie here:
Do you really think this is coincidental?
We should expect to see Frank Luntz’s group selling their post-debate analysis via Fox News on October 28th. And given the selection of the audience, what facade do you think they’re investing their time and effort in selling?
Friends, there is a battle here in this U.S.A.
The battle is between the Global Elites (via Wall Street interests), and an entire vested corporate media who are selling one side of that internal war, VERSUS you.
Globalists -VS- Nationalists
You can fall prey to the fraud, deception and general maneuvering of those parasites who are intent on the removal of America’s exceptionalism; or you can rise up, see the deception, tear down the facade and join a vulgarian uprising.
Television Ads – Spending So Far
Top overall spenders
- Team Bush: $10.7 million ($10.3 million from Right to Rise Super PAC, $400K from campaign)
- Team Kasich: $5.8 million (from two different outside groups)
- Team Rubio: $5.5 million (all from the dark-money 501c4 Conservative Solutions Project)
- Team Christie: $4.2 million ($3.8 million from Super PAC, $400K from campaign)
- Team Jindal: $3.1 million (all from Super PACs)
Top spenders in Iowa
- Team Jindal: $3.1 million
- Team Bush: $2.8 million
- Team Rubio: $933,000
Top spenders in New Hampshire
- Team Bush: $6 million
- Team Kasich: $5.8 million
- Team Christie: $4.2 million
- Team Rubio: $1.2 million
Top spenders in South Carolina
- Team Bush: $1.9 million
- Team Rubio: $715,000
Jeb Bush – […] Bush’s advisers, under pressure from their donors and from falling and stagnant poll numbers, have been discussing ways to retool the campaign in recent days, and came to the conclusion that a course correction was essential. While recent tangles with Donald Trump have energized the campaign, Bush’s senior team recognized a more fundamental set of changes was required that didn’t involve dealing directly with the party’s surprising—and surprisingly durable—front-runner. (more)