Most of you knew this was going to be a wild ride. Heck, many knew back in June 2015 when candidate Donald Trump entered the race this was going to be unlike anything we’d ever seen. Boy howdy, was that ever an understatement
Going all the way back to the spring of 2014 those who didn’t fall into the emotional chasm, which surrounds candidate advocacy, saw the makings of a really strange situation possible. Today many of those possibilities are now front and center.
In Iowa…. candidate Ted Cruz takes to the stage next to Glenn Beck to accept a quickly structured endorsement to stem the electoral collapse. If pictures are worth a thousand words, the look on Senator Cruz’s face is, well, priceless:
And really, who can blame him….. poor Ted eh’?
After all, the endorsement comes from a man who uses a radio and media platform to continually decry “identity politics” yet uses the event to proclaim his anointed candidate based on what else, ethnic identity:
“The first Hispanic president”?
You just can’t make this stuff up.
And following Mr. Beck’s recent ‘gang-of-22-conservatives’ proclamation as published in the National Review, Beck goes on to say “if not Ted – then he supports Bernie Sanders”, an avowed communist.
Wait, wha… huh?
Yes, this is what happens when a compass-spinning candidate attaches his wagon to the squirrly Cheshire Cat, Glenn Beck, who relishes life inside a swirling Political rabbit hole.
By golly Ted Cruz is the reincarnation of George Washington that Glenn Beck has prayed for, swear!…. and if that doesn’t work for you, why there’s always Karl Marx’s second-coming, Bernie, as a contingency vote.
Yeah, the ‘waiting-for-a-root-canal-look’ on Ted Cruz’s face makes more sense when the context is presented. “O’ Canada, my home and native land“… take me away.
And some people wonder why others look quizzically upon Mark Levin’s attachment.
Meanwhile in other Iowan Political News:
♦ Meanwhile the actuarial (non emotional) review of the presidential race points to a growing, albeit still annoyed, acceptance by Wall Street that candidate Donald Trump has outwitted -and outworked- all of his competition.
If you remember back in July we shared a predictable tripwire which would become visible if Wall Street was forced to accept a pending Trump victory.
In the stratosphere of global financial networks there remains a large stake in EGO, very large and consequential ego. Even larger than their lust for power and influence they hate to be on the losing side of anything, massive ego.
It’s not the “establishment GOP” warming up to a Trump Presidency; rather it’s a Wall Street coalition of financiers for the establishment GOP who are moderating their anti-Trump position. They have to.
They see the looming probability their opposition, Donald J Trump the “America First” candidate, is not only capable of defeating them – victory is increasingly within our grasp.