In Poll After Poll Trump Beats Clinton – And That Scares The Hell Out of GOPe Globalists…


The latest fear mongering approach from the Globalist GOPe advocates (progressive republicans) is to claim they need to attack Donald Trump because he cannot beat Hillary Clinton. This claim is a total sham intended to hide their ulterior motives and here’s why.

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First to the substance of the claims – In poll after poll of head-to-head match-ups Donald Trump clearly beats Hillary here are recent examples:

Fox News Poll – October Trump beats Clinton 45-40

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Minnesota PollTrump beats Clinton 45-42

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Florida PollTrump Beats Clinton 49-40

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Survey USA PollTrump beats Clinton 45-40

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And not only beats Clinton, but also dominates amid ALL DEMOGRAPHICS

  • Donald Trump is doing exceedingly well among blacks with 25% (Historically Republicans normally get 10%) also with 16% undecided, Trump could break 30%.
  • Trump is doing OK among Hispanics, far better than media is selling, with 30% supporting and 19% undecided; A generally fair expectation could get him to an outstanding 40%. (Romney got around 30%; G.W. Bush got around 40%)
  • Hillary Clinton is dominating among the high school education or less group while Trump wins the 4-year college and above crowd.
  • Donald Trump has a big lead among “political junkies” while Clinton does better with lower information voters.

In Poll after Poll after Poll Donald Trump beats Hillary Clinton and does much better than GOPe favorite Jeb Bush (SEE HERE): Trump beats Clinton 54-46

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This is not a new phenomenon. This polling reality has been statistically valid since August of this year, and was reaffirmed a week ago when Fox polling specifically asked Republican voters who is the best candidate to beat Hillary Clinton:

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So that puts this insufferable GOPe talking point to rest.

Now lets get down to why they need to sell it.

The reason is a simple one, the progressive republicans (GOPe) need an excuse for attacking Donald Trump with their cloak and dagger routine. The latest GOPe attack alignment comes via Liz Mair, an open borders/amnesty advocate:

(Via The Hill) Republican operative Liz Mair is planning a “guerrilla campaign” aimed at knocking Donald Trump out of the GOP presidential race, The Wall Street Journal is reporting.

Mair, a former online communications director at the Republican National Committee who also worked on behalf of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s presidential campaign earlier this year, has formed Trump Card LLC “to defeat and destroy” Trump’s candidacy, according to the report.

“In the absence of our efforts, Trump is exceedingly unlikely to implode or be forced out of the race,” said an internal memo that the Journal obtained. “The stark reality is that unless something dramatic and unconventional is done, Trump will be the Republican nominee and Hillary Clinton will become president.”

News of the recently formed group comes a day after the super-PAC supporting Ohio Gov. John Kasich, another GOP presidential rival, announced $2.5 million for TV, radio and other ads over two months targeting Trump in New Hampshire, where the real estate tycoon maintains a solid lead.

Another group, the economic think tank Club for Growth, has already hit Trump with $1 million in ads in the early-voting state of Iowa.

[…] Mair described Trump Card LLC to the Journal as “loosely organized and highly confidential.”

She said she hopes to lock up funds from donors who are interested in pushing back against Trump but don’t necessarily want their involvement to become publicly known. (link)

Notice how the attack supporters don’t want to put their names behind their scheme.  This is because they prefer to hide their agenda, they are globalists.

Donald Trump is a growing risk to their uniparty grip on power in DC.  If progressive republicans lose an election to a progressive democrat, nothing changes – they still have their seats, still have their jobs, and still have position of power and influence.

However, if a progressive republican loses an election to a genuine America-First conservative, they are out of a job.

This is why those who want Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton, will do anything to insure Donald Trump is defeated and removed.  They would rather lose to Hillary , and yes they will vote for her if needed, and still hold power, than see Trump win and know their influence disappears with his arrival.

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175 Responses to In Poll After Poll Trump Beats Clinton – And That Scares The Hell Out of GOPe Globalists…

  1. Daniel says:

    I don’t know about anyone else but I’ve seriously disturbed by that poll and the results. While I’m happy to see that Trump wins, the margin isn’t nearly wide enough. That’s narrow enough that Democrat fraud (and Republican fraud for that matter) stands a much better chance of going undetected.

    The other thing I think is disturbing is how many of the people out there will vote for a multi-felony-criminal… at all… for any office. But not just any office but for the highest office. I am absolutely blown away by the “royalty” treatment she is getting.

    • seventhndr says:

      We’re not even out of primaries. Imagine those two in a debate. The moderator will ask something stupid, she’ll cackle, and he’ll call it out like it is. I think once the nominees are picked, he’ll rocket north and it’ll be his to lose.

      • John Galt says:

        They have to time her drugs very carefully, or she won’t even be awake.

        • robertnotsowise says:

          L Dopa

          • Arkindole says:

            Further back, probably not basal ganglia/PD. If SD is right, which I think he is, she has organic with remaining edema and she’ll probably pull off a TIA or something else under stress. The scam is then blown. Look at the gaze in the picture above. It’s not just the contacts and it’s not just that photo.

            That whole issue is not talked about much. If sociopathgranny goes down, then what? Sanders? Body double? That essential means Trump gets another 35%.

      • Betty says:

        Plus President Trump has already branded Hillary exhausted and lack luster. We have all noticed her lack of fire. Trump is right, she is worn out. I don’t know why she is in this race, except for the slim chance she has been forced in to be a Jeb splitter. In-case some charismatic dem showed up.

        When Jeb said “I may have to lose the primaries to win the general” he meant just what is happening. I swear he planned on pissing off the conservative base enough so that they would stay home and then he would run up the middle and beat Hillary on her own ground. Maybe they would wait till October 2016 to announce Hillary was being indited just to be sure. All I know is that Hillary is a rag doll compared with what she used to be.

        • Mediasucks says:

          If the Stupid Party puts up Bush, I truly believe Trump will beat him soundly with write-ins. But I worry that Bush will siphon off enough votes from the clueless to let Hillary barely skate in.

      • Ketch says:


    • yadent says:

      Remember, the FSA (Free Sh-t Army) is about 40-45% of the population and will not let go of what they receive easily…… Clinton is their champion. BTW, the FSA aren’t just poor folks either.

      • AdukeLAXobserver says:

        You are so right. We are up against a army of people that want “free stuff”. It is going to be hard to get them to vote against their self interest.

    • VVV says:

      That’s why the Dems keep pushing for refugees and amnesty for illegals…more Dem voters. And when that happens this country will never be the same.

    • KBR says:

      I can’t help wondering whether her polls are virtual instead of real. Is that an onion that can be peeled?

      • KBR says:

        One more thing, I still feel that it’s odd that two candidates in this race have potentially deadly conditions, neither of which has been much mentioned in the press.
        Now one candidate can no longer learn. Another one is often confused.
        A set up perhaps for a ghost candidate, an unannounced candidate, a running mate president? Or for a long delay (for sickness) before the new (one of these) pres is fit to serve and the former pres graciously remains until then?
        Maybe not, but something is fishy about this.

        • JeremyR says:

          Its not a problem. Barry was fitted with “devices” so Soros could manipulate his mouth while remaining hidden.

    • We’ve only just begun in the GOP nomination election process. In the general election those numbers could change more and more to Trump’s favor. Trump can point out her horrible record as Secretary of State and how the entire world blew up around her.

      Hillary is already being pegged by Trump as weak and not having stamina, and I am guessing he will bring out the big gun: “SHE’S EXHAUSTED.” Easy to stick to her too because it is true, she’s hardly the energetic and vivacious candidate with luster she was back in 2008 and even those on the left are calling her “old” and worse. The recent comedian-fiasco especially. She was fuming. It hit too close to home for her!

      Trump’s twitter from today:

      • Rffaella says:

        Perfect Killshot to describe Hillary: No stamina

        Devastating for Hillary to have no stamina.

      • PremAmerica says:

        “No Strength, No Stamina”

        Trump really is the master brander. It’ll be fun to watch him pound Hillary with that message. Branding works only because it is true. Everyone else wastes their time trying to be cutesy and what not. Trump goes for the jugular with unvarnished plainspeak.

      • JoeS says:

        Funny, MQMC! Once Trump labels you-you NEVER lose the label. It is part of the the TRUMP BRANDING PROCESS!

        He is VERY observant of people, and he finds a characteristic that rings true about his competitors. Then he finds a way to sum it up quickly and, he sends it out. IT STICKS. Carly is an example.

        He probably was referring to her very dour facial expressions when he said that, and not necessarily her looks. That dour look without a smile is TRUE. Prior to that he said that when he hears her for 10 minutes, he gets a headache. That is VERY TRUE to people also. She was finished!

        He is probably holding back on Hillary now and just “keeping his powder dry.”

        • ah ha ha so true! Today and yesterday whenever he speaks of Hillary he just says “SHE IS NOT STRONG ENOUGH AND JUST DOESN’T HAVE THE STAMINA IN MY OPINION.”

          And it seems to be working, thus far I have not heard one interviewer ask “what do you mean by that?” As if they just naturally understand that she is not strong or have enough stamina!!

          He just picks the obvious.

          Have you heard about the INFOWARS CONTEST for Make fun of Hillary video? OMG! pays $5,000 for first prize.

          I guess when Hillary’s people called up those comedian’s boss at the comedy club demanding their names and info, it sort of got Alex a bit angry. He got so angry in his video he said “OK FOLKS LET’S GET GOING AND MAKE FUN OF THAT WITCH HILLARY.”

    • sammyhains says:

      Keep this in mind:
      Donald Trump is in a contentious race against 15 candidates who are all focusing all of their attacks on him. The Republican party establishment is screaming it will be the apocalypse if Trump is the nominee.

      On the Democrat side, Hillary Clinton has only nominal opposition in her primary, where the other candidates don’t even dare criticism her (“enough about the emails!”)

      And in the middle of all that, he is still beating Hillary.

      Everyone with a chosen candidate right now is saying “I won’t ever vote for anyone but my guy! Ever!”

      But just wait until the general election when Republicans start coalescing around the nominee (who will be Trump.) You will see Trump’s support shoot up 15 or 20 points.

      • Prothonotary Warbler says:

        Well, I for one won’t vote for anybody but my guy. However, my guy is Trump. So, I’m already there.

    • My shock is them showing that Carson could beat Hillary…are you kidding me??? He is pretty much an evangelical do they get this result..weird if you ask me.

    • Paul Henry says:

      Democratic fraud is worrisome. The more Trump will use sunlight on theGOPe/Democratic/Globalist nexus, the better off he will be.

  2. azgary says:

    so freaking annoying the anti-Trump brigade is always pulling the strawman.

    only mccain can win, only romney can win, Reagan can never win.

    we are tired of it.

    Trump will win:

    Latest presidential poll shows Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton in head-to-head contest, Trump taking 70% of the electoral votes


    blockquote>The latest 2016 presidential poll has Donald Trump destroying Hitlery Clinton in a head-to-head matchup, 375 electoral votes to Hitlery’s 163. That is an astonishing 70% to 30%, and is very good news if you are a Donald Trump supporter…. and I am!

    Based on an average of the RCP (Real Clear Politics) polling data from all the states and all the “head to head” matchups between Donald Trump (by far the winner of the GOP) and Hillary Clinton (The winner of the Democratic Party) shows bad news for the Democrats.

    Clinton is losing handily in all the swing states, and is even losing Democrat strongholds of Maryland, Connecticut, and Oregon.

    According to many polls, and the averages, Clinton cannot even hold on to California and New York without a major fight. On the bright side for the Democrat party, they make gains in the south as Obama is now off the ticket.
    Trump would defeat Hillary Clinton by 5 percentage points nationwide: getting 52% and Clinton gathering 47% (presuming the pollsters are citing the popular vote)

    • dizzymissl says:

      No offense, but I’ve seems lots of false information coming from the site you linked and the site. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was run by a lefty trying to make the right look stupid.

      • Agreed. PWS is at least guilty of bad-blogger journalism, for running what appeared to be a picture of NOLA Syrian refugees, when it was in fact Syrian refugees in Hungary. Prntly is also highly suspect – looks like somebody paid to take disinfo and post it. Another one to watch out for is eutimes – I’ve heard all kinds of theories, but their actual footprint seems to be disinfo and discrediting.

        • dizzymissl says:

          Trump posted one of the prntly

        • dizzymissl says:

          oopsy, hit post before I meant to. Anyways, Trump RT something from that prntly site and got ridiculed for days. We need to watch who is posting from there and if they aren’t a regular, consider games are being played.

  3. aprilyn43 says:

    I don’t say this because I want to see something happen! We’ve all known from the beginning the Republicans had an agenda, and Trump wasn’t part of it!
    Trump is the only Rep who can win against Killery (which is sad, cause she shouldn’t be allowed to run).
    They the powers that be are not going to let that happen. Something will happen to stop the Trump campaign!
    The Republicans would rather lose the election than let Trump win!

  4. John Galt says:

    She’s often confused and need naps. Seriously, is this the best they can do?

    • georgiafl says:

      The people who have tried for years to tutor Ben Carson on Foreign Policy are saying similar things, that he is no longer capable of learning.

    • hocuspocus13 says:

      Well…no they can do alot better how about a Communist or perhaps an Idiot I know how about that Pow Wow Senator 💋 Happy Friday Night

    • kpm58 says:

      There are too many people involved that are not stupid. Hillary is who they want. So it is not a question of is this the best they can do.

  5. Starkey Morgan says:

    Excellent! Paper pushing busybody do nothings everywhere are in fear for their Gubmet “jobs”. I love it.

  6. Col.(R) Ken says:

    “Cowboy Up”, “Rough Riders!!! Saddle Up”, “Trumps bugler has sounded assembly”!!! Sir, the Command is mounted and ready, Awaiting Orders”!!!

  7. knotpeesea says:

    whats great is that he doesn’t need to spend on ads and as the days go on in the real world, everything is crushing the dems without trump even needing to do anything to bring it about. syrian “crisis”, isis, paris, emails, illegal aliens and drug cartels at the border and so on and so forth. and also everything obama does and says does nothing but to prop trump up and sink the dems and rinos. it is so wonderful to see as it plays out.

  8. wyntre says:


    Will you PLEASE comment on the latest LSM attack on DT, the “Muslim Database” lie?

  9. georgiafl says:

    The GOPe and the Democrats and Wall Street ALL need the H3LL scared out of them. DC and NYC and Chicago and LA need the same. California is bankrupt and keeps spending. Colorado has ‘gone to pot.’ The nation is going to H3LL in a handbasket.

  10. Nessie509 says:

    Clonton is the incumbent so it isn’t a good thing for her to be under 50%. If conventional rules apply, the undecided vote goes to the challenger, Mr Trump.

  11. stevendufresne says:

    Trump would absolutely beat the brakes off Hillary. He knows Hillary intimately and would be relentless about the emails and the corruption of the Clinton Foundation. Once Trump gets locked in on someone our something it’s over. He will win in an epic Reaganesque landslide!

  12. TwoLaine says:

    It Gets Better!

    Judicial Watch: Email Reveals Top Aide Huma Abedin Warning State Department Staffer That Hillary Clinton Is “Often Confused”
    NOVEMBER 16, 2015

  13. starfcker says:

    Good luck to liz mair on getting any substantial funding. These people are insects, and desperate for a paying gig. Liz mair has zero chance of wounding trump. The consultant class is starving. Trump is out there outworking everybody right now. He smells blood. His aim is to end this early, and decisively.

    • PreNanny says:

      Right on Star, they are SO chapped that The Donald is not hiring them it is very amusing really 😉

    • Sentient says:

      Her former candidates (employers) were the FIRST TWO to quit: Perry and Walker. Lol.

    • 1hear2learn says:

      I like the sound of that, but fear they are willing to pay out the wazoo to try and stop Trump. Here’s to hoping it is another colossal waste of their $$!

      • wondering999 says:

        Yes, but these massive expenditures are part of what chaps ME. Oh no, we don’t have money for all sorts of essential and badly needed services.

        But to influence political outcomes? Oh!!! Suddenly these shady characters have bucks to burn. Guillotines were invented for a reason… but I’ll censor that thought. I’m not any kind of extremist. Just coldly angry.

        • Bill says:

          I understand that guillotines were relatively painless.

          I also understand the Pear of Anguish came in different sizes…for different…purposes.

          • ctdar says:

            painless if sharpened.

          • Malatrope says:

            How would anybody be able to report back on how it felt? The heads may retain consciousness for many long seconds, unable to breathe or speak, face down in a basket. Sounds pretty horrible to me!

            They were designed on the theory that the process was pretty painless. Theorize in one hand and do a business in the other and see which one sticks to the wall…

  14. Ono says:

    Hillary is not a popular person. Never has been! Never will be. Wait till Hollywood and the World personalities get on board the Trump train. She’ll be left at the station. I bet that Bill votes Trump.

    The Yuge hurdle is getting the nomination. If voting results do not come somewhat close to polls then America is going to start shouting fraud and treason. His popularity is getting harder and harder to dispute…by anyone.

    Trump ’16 The real deal!

  15. Doodahdaze says:

    The Republican establishment will work for the Beest against Donald. Worse than Mississippi. They are gone. Useless shills. They are desperate now. Desperate and pathetic RINOS.

  16. PreNanny says:

    “If progressive republicans lose an election to a progressive democrat, nothing changes – they still have their seats, still have their jobs, and still have position of power and influence.”

    I feel no compulsion to inform them otherwise,
    The politicians who have looked into our eyes lied to our faces, taken our money and time away from our loved ones , well those guy and gals I like to see them thunderstruck on primary/election day.

  17. mickie says:

    Not quite on topic, but wanted to let y’all know. Our next president will be on 20/20 tonight with Melania!

  18. Ellie says:

    Listened today to Rush. Mr. Trump has a connection with his voters that transcends mud-slinging politics we’re so accustomed to watching. The establishment with the press can use everything in their toolboxes to take Trump down. It’s not working. It won’t work. The press never built Trump. The press can’t take him down. Bogus reporting and false ads. (I hope Trump sues them). It’s to the point that it’s almost amusing how hysterical they are becoming. Expect to see this escalate.

    One thing the media, political establishment and polling wonks need to understand is this, people here in flyover are absolutely pissed off. Polling is bearing this out. It’s one thing to recognize the left’s child like illogical thinking and behavior that dominates the democrat party. But the behavior of the republicans has been shameful! They need to grow a set. Hopefully Trump can show them how to reclaim their manhood. A democrat must never occupy the White House. We face perilous times ahead.

  19. NHVoter says:

    I’m sure Cheri Jacobus, who suffers from a serious case of Trump Derangement Syndrome, will be co chair of this anti Trump guerrilla campaign.

      • NHVoter says:

        Sorry for the multiple posts but I want to bring a few of these tweets from Mair to your attention.

        • Bill says:

          And “socialized medicine” is different from Obolacare, exactly how?

          (That isn’t a question, even though it looks like one.)

          Splitting hairs. Distinction without a difference.

        • irvingtwosmokes says:

          JediJones is a TDS Freeper tool. I just don’t get the Cruz love. He’s as exciting as a bad case of hemorrhoids.

        • TheTorch says:

          LOL 😀

          Attacks are focused on things like socialized medicine ??

          Good grief, these people are total imbeciles.

          They just DO NOT get it do they.

          It’s the WALL baby!
          It’s Illegal Immigration.
          It’s Making America Great Again!

          Anyone who is a Trump supporter will have all 3 of those things as their top priority! which no other candidate supports, PERIOD.

          But they think he may lose support because of comments he has made on health care ?? OBAMACARE is a total disaster, anything that replaces that will be better than that hunk of junk and with President Trump it would be something well managed, efficient and cheaper.

          This is just so revealing. Does Trump have a plant in the GOPe, surely they can’t be this mindless, he will be heading to 50% at this rate, without spending a dime. 😀

          I have said before, do not underestimate the power of the GOPe to shoot themselves in the foot, they really are spectacular buffoons.

          and this new attack PAC involves, Liz Mair and Rick Wilson. 😀 😀 😀 😀

          • Raffaella says:

            Let me complete that for you:

            It is the WALL baby.
            It is illegal Immigration.
            It is changing trade deals
            It is Jobs Jobs Jobs
            It is making America Great Again.

            These people do not have a clue.

        • Notmeagain says:

          Just as I said yesterday, he made a remark about single pay working in Scotland and another vague one like “we have to take care of everyone” and boom! the meme that he is for socialized medicine. Everyone who brings this up should be made to eat a copy of the federal healthcare budget, because they obviously have no idea of how much money goes for it.

        • lecombatblog says:

          That’s all they got? Her bank acct must be dwindling. Political consultants have become the leeches of political campaigns. Mair sure has a great record – of losing. Yet she claims to be able to bring down Trump.

          Rush is right. The media can’t destroy Trump, because they didn’t make him. We did. His supporters understand the rigged game and are battling hard against it.

          Like I said: Trump needs us to get to the White House. We need Trump to make America great again!

        • jello333 says:

          If these idiots still think the same-sex marriage issue is gonna be more than a tiny, tiny issue in the election… well, they’re idiots. 😉

      • getfitnow says:

        I find it hilarious these people have let us and the Trump campaign know exactly what they are going to do and how they’re going to do it. It really is sad. I saw a comment that nailed it. It basically said these RINO attacks are like throwing spinach at Popeye – it will only make him stronger.

        • jello333 says:

          The main thing they DON’T want people to start realizing en masse is that their concern is NOT that if Trump is nominated, Hillary will win. Just the opposite… they know that if Trump is nominated, HE wins. As soon as a large percentage of the American people understand THAT, I believe Trump’s poll numbers will increase dramatically. People currently on the fence will, IMO, be more than a little angry to realize the games the major parties are playing… games that take the American people as fools.

      • JRD says:

        Reptile Rick Wilson working for the Rubio campaign, LOL.

        If Trump gets wind of the vile things Rick Wilson had to say about Ann Coulter and ties him to Rubio it will be a Trump rant of epic proportions. Rick Wilson will never work again and the Rubio campaign will be tarnished as misogynists and hoisted on Megyn Kelly’s petard with “The GOP War on Women.”

        I’d pay to see that one.

    • rhobin8301 says:

      And it has raised a whopping 356 dollars after being shared 31 times. Maybe we need to start a GoFundMe FOR Trump. The proceeds to go to his campaign, same format for small donors.

    • Prothonotary Warbler says:

      Nothing says “serious” to me quite like an unemployed woman who chooses, as her public image, a picture of herself with plastic snakes in her hair.

      I’m sure she’ll go far.

  20. 1hear2learn says:

    Love the info, but really love that graphic too with the Lion party logo!

  21. Glad you tackled this. Whenever I see it, hot suns form in my eyes.

    The reference of course is to some poll that showed everyone, including Chris Christie of all people beating Hillary. Yet curiously, not Donald Trump. My suspicion about that poll was, the results were inverted. That the real numbers showed Donald Trump alone, beating Hillary.

    I mean, how can anyone take a poll seriously, where Chris Christie wins against Hillary? Something must have been fishy with it.

    And the funny thing, way before that crossed on Hot Air, I vaguely recall them showing Trump beat all the Democrats, even an undeclared Biden. Though I was not really paying attention to much of this at the time.

  22. SpeedMaster says:

    CoC-GOPe has two choices.
    1). Gracefully accept the inevitable Trump nomination but lose influence and power or
    2). Pull a Mississippi, nominate ???, lose in 2016 but maintain the influence and power they now enjoy.

    The reason the “establishment” of the party is so hated and despised is that we know what their choice will be.

    • Bill says:

      “Hate” and “despise” are such kind, gentle words to describe my feeling about this particular flavor of scum–the establishment.

      But they’ll do.

  23. R-C says:

    “In the absence of our efforts, Trump is exceedingly unlikely to implode or be forced out of the race,” said an internal memo that the Journal obtained.

    Here’s a News Flash for you, Liz Mair. “Donald Trump is ‘exceedingly unlikely to implode’ even WITH your efforts, which will no doubt prove to be ‘pathetic’.

    What bunch of would-be megalomaniacs. They actually think they have even a tiny bit of influence over Trump supporters. Sad.

    The comment I made regarding Kasich’s anemic “super” PAC also applies here: “It’s going to be fun–really FUN–to watch this effort fizzle and fail.”

    I hope they spend gobs and gobs of RINO cash in their failing effort.

  24. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    I agree with Sundance 100% And speaking as a former US Army Green Beret final rank Captain I can tell you that I understand the threat to our country better then most and in my professional Opinion Trump is the only one that might be able to safe the republic. I am still mailing post cards are you?

  25. kpm58 says:

    What happens to the GOPe candidates in the other non-presidential races?
    Will they be able to say they have found the religion of Trump and have people believe them?
    Will they not give support to Trump in order to keep their CoC funding?
    These questions assume Trump wins the nomination.

  26. jackphatz says:

    I’m sorry this is so large. As you can see, Hillary just does not have the numbers on her side.
    Facebook likes
    Twitter followers
    * this is on Hillarys Facebook page: Me and my family have been democrats for generations. Obama has changed that, and Hillary you were our choice in vote this time around but with your not standing up and saying Obama is wrong and not saying anything about making a change to this Isis situation we are all honestly thinking of voting trump something I never thought I’d say EVER! Lots of clothing for sale lol.

    Facebook likes as Presidential candidate (page)
    Facebook likes as Senator (Page)
    Twitter followers
    992,000 as Senator (account)
    899,000 as presidential candidate (account)

    Facebook likes as Donald J(page)
    Facebook likes as Donald Trump for President (page)
    Twitter followers
    4,950,000 Donald J (account)

    So many individual Trump accounts! I didn’t bother with any other candidate, just thought this would be telling and it is.

    • kpm58 says:

      Why is there a large gap between Facebook and Twitter for Hillary?

      • jackphatz says:

        There are plenty of people on twitter who “sell” names to you to boost your twitter numbers. Look at her twitter followers, many are name only eggs with no background pics, many more have a pic but nothing else. I noticed a lot of foreign looking pics w/ foreign sounding names. Same with Jeb’s account. Most of his 375k are fake. Even trump has fake followers.

  27. cardinalmike says:

    The Donald in his own words regarding the recent dust-up:

    • jello333 says:

      As I said in another thread… GOOD. I should have known from the start that it was just another media lie, but I was gonna be worrying a little about it until I heard from Trump himself. He’s talking about tracking/monitoring “refugees”, NOT current Muslim American citizens. I understand why some people are concerned even about THEM (current citizens), but suggesting they all be forced to register, or carry some kind of special ID card? Just NO… that could destroy Trump’s campaign real quick.

  28. Charlie says:

    Trump will win in a landslide in both elections(primary and general). The thing to worry about is how can we patriots remove Obama, before our country gets damaged further. I swear to God in heaven, I despise liberals and RINOS, and wish them dead.

  29. Lou Dobbs had his nightly comment tonight about the Republican establishment’s plan to bring down Donald Trump. They have an LLC (which will have anonymous donors) and Kasich’s PAC which will run ads. The Republican establishment claims that they are afraid Hillary will beat Trump in the general election. They are really afraid of Trump beating Hillary. I put a comment on Lou Dobbs facebook commending him for the courage to make the comment.

    I wonder if this is what Jeb Bush referred to when he said that Donald Trump’s polls would go down by the middle of December.

    • Ziiggii says:

      You should have commended him on being a regular reader of The Conservative Treehouse, since all that stuff he spouted off has only been talked about here!

    • Saw that. I think Lou I is a Trump fan even though it goes against management. The whole Lou Dobbs show tonight was very favorable to Trump

    • sam says:

      Well Rubio is running this superpac through a charity entity, which does not disclose donors names. This is against FEC rules but by the time they get to it, the elections would have been over.

      Jeb Superpac is run by the same guy that he hires to do his marketing. They are all corrupt and violate campaign rules but IRS just turn a blind eye.

  30. cardinalmike says:

    These creatures are trying to raise funds through the “gofundme” website. Check out their write-up:

  31. NHVoter says:

    One of the Liz Mair’s anti Trump group’s goals is to keep Trump supporters from voting. Unreal.

    • kpm58 says:

      Telling someone from NH not to vote?
      I would rather swap spit with a Rattlesnake.
      Some traditions you just don’t mess with.

  32. NHVoter says:

    Oh look – the Trump haters beer club:

    Carly tagged Katie Pavlich & Dana Loesch FYI.

    • keebler AC says:

      It’s an embarassment these fembots call themselves Conservatives. The slappy-har-har dialog is more like flat beer and too much androgyns.

  33. irvingtwosmokes says:

    Anyone get one of these today? I got one and deleted it not making the connection

  34. djsyg7847 says:

    quote below from wall street journal article…

    ►►► “One possible ad would link Mr. Trump’s views and style to his celebrity foe, Rosie O’Donnell, in hopes of provoking a reaction from Mr. Trump, according to the memo.

    Other possible tactics include fake pro-Trump ads that show him supporting socialized medicine, seizing property through eminent domain and taking other positions that stray from GOP orthodoxy; using a Trump impersonator to show him insulting people; and attacking his business record in “stark, nasty terms.”…

    The goal, according to the memo, isn’t to covert Mr. Trump’s supporters into backing other candidates, but to dissuade them from voting altogether, especially in New Hampshire’s influential first-in-the-nation primary.” ◄◄◄

  35. keebler AC says:

    Poor choice of name for Karsick’s SuperPac.

    New Day USA receives one star out of 5 rating for poor ethics in business from its customers^tfw

    My how the mighty young fall, corrupted at so young an age by Karsich. The flag is hung wrongly too. Can you imagine waking up one day at age 30 or 40 and realizing you wasted your time on Karsich for a couple of $$ selling your youth out. I know some who will wake up at that age and high five that Trump is president and leading America out of the dark ages!!!

  36. Prothonotary Warbler says:

    You know what I find comical? We’re seeing multiple, competing superPACs forming specifically to attack Trump. They’ll probably spend more time jockeying for influence between themselves than actually performing their stated purpose.

    That, right there, tells you all you need to know about the GOPe and their lobbyist paymasters… for them, it’s all about Me, and My Paycheck.

  37. Big Picture says:

    First, national polls focus on the wrong target. You need to look at the swing states. They determine the outcome of the Electoral College. The swing states, and their electoral votes are:
    Florida: 29
    Ohio: 18
    North Carolina: 15
    Virginia: 13
    Wisconsin: 10
    Colorado: 9
    Iowa: 6
    Nevada: 6

    Trump is trouncing Hillary in Florida (49 to 40).
    Trump beats Hillary in Virginia (50 to 36) – from Roanoke poll on Nov. 17th
    North Carolina is 22% black, and Trump is getting 25% of the black vote. Romney got 6%.

    Wisconsin has also been trending Republican, and with its combination of urban blacks and Reagan Republicans, I think PA is a likely Trump pick up.

    Has anyone seen a recent poll for Ohio and a Trump/Hillary head-to-head?

    I think Trump will be our next President!

  38. keebler AC says:

    Forbes, Wall Street tool publication, is throwing spinach at Trump too. Any K Street or hedge fund troll would be anti-ApprenticeUSA. They like to make easy money, unlike Trump who works hard for every $bln he made. Most of his net worth is after expenses which would include employee salaries from admin to hotel labor, construction labor, day care for staff, good to high salaries from hotel cleaning, barhop to female executive. Hedge funds pay very little in staffing and their profit margins are near 90%. There’s Forbes arguing a la Trump derangement syndrome trying to make Trump’s net worth lower than the likes of Koch and Soros, and Google and Facebook. The first two make money off of the middle class nest eggs, stealing money by manipulating with their financial power. The next two make money off advertisements.

    Trump makes money off value-added services and in the process enriches the lives of his employees. Rather than share their skills, hedge funders and Google/Facebook steal money and ideas from others. Trump shares his ideas with Americans. He doesn’t reprimand them by telling them they have to be mathematicians and brain surgeons to be counted as successful. Community colleges and vocations match your skills. We have enough Ivy league professors with no job except to whine about pet peeves and special interests.

    • phil fan says:

      Good points. Trump adds value like running for POTUS and working to make America great again.

      Funny don’t see any of those other bozos doing that

    • sam says:

      Trump comment about the stock market a few months back. He say he put a little bit in the market and keep seeing it go up and got nervous and sold it all. Trump say, he believe in hard tangible asset so he doesn’t play the market.

      This is good as he’s not beholden to Wall Street and will stop the zero interest rate and free money printing.

  39. bofh says:

    Liz Mair??!! You mean the Liz Mair loser that was dumped by the losing Scott Walker operation? This is an out-of-work “consultant” trying to create a new position at the trough for herself. Pathetic.

  40. judyw says:

  41. LibertatiAutAdMortem says:

    Trump is Teflon and the CoC GOPe barrage will only make high stronger for the general election. What is hilarious though is the millions upon millions Jeb has spent on Fox News and Fox Business that have not moved the needle one iota. These nauseating ads that go on ad infinitum are a sure prompting for channel changing. I suspect with the current populace, the lies and deceit with regard to Mr. Trump will not be effective. Thankfully we will have conservative treehouse here to correct the record.

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  43. TrumpSupporter says:

    I haven’t voted for president for a lot of years. But I will for this election and Trump has my vote. He may say a few things that offend people, but be real. It might be offensive to some but it’s all in the name of making this country better. Somebody will ALWAYS be offended by something! The bottom line is he is dang good at business. And he knows how to MAKE money for our country, not keep burying us in debt. Thats why hes successful! He knows how to take a stand and he’s blunt about things. He says what he thinks and feels and isn’t shy about it. I appreciate that. He doesn’t say what ppl expect or hope he says. He doesnt sugar coat or hold back. He says it outright. And he doesn’t care what anyone thinks. To be 100% honest, when he said he was running I thought, what a joke. Lol I was totally against him. But the more he said and did, the more I was like, I kinda like him. Now, he has my vote. I am female. So a female president might be cool. One day. But I don’t think Hillary is that person. I look at them like this… who will be most likely to: Stand up to terrorism, stand up for the rights of the American ppl, keep our guns in our hands, (I’m not a gun owner, but it’s about KEEPING OUR RIGHTS), who will help our country make money instead of getting deeper in debt, who has the business sense to make America greater, and who will stand up, FOR AMERICA? It’s all about what’s best for AMERICA!! I believe the answer is Trump. So Mr. President, good luck, and Godspeed. Here’s one more vote.

  44. sdbc111 says:

    I believe Donald Trump loves America. He will do his best, and he is tenacious, to bring back manufacturing and balance the books. I believe he will make social security better knowing many people are poor and get us better medical options. It is quite possible that he could serve for 8 years and his family may follow in his footsteps. His daughter would be a wonderful president and she would not embarras us like the Clinton. She would be regal.

  45. ljcarolyne says:

    HC is getting worse by the shows.. incurable brain disease……polls are rigged as that is all lying media can do…except murdering ppl that R set to testify. Against Clinton…..BOLO for fraud…report it.

  46. When is the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump?

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