#4 Saturday Election Results – Cruz Wins Kansas and Maine, Trump Wins Kentucky and Louisiana…

update-111:30pm We anticipate the need for more than one Super-Saturday election results thread. Hence, we will number them (as above) depending on the volume of inbound data.

MASSIVE TURNOUT !!

♦ Kansas & Maine = Team Cruz

♦ Kentucky & Louisiana = Team Trump

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◊ Politico Link To Results HERE

  • Kansas – Caucus. 40 delegates (12 district proportional, 25 state proportional, 3 party) Minimum threshold 10% – Ted Cruz Wins
  • Kentucky – Caucus. 46 delegates (all state proportional) Minimum threshold 5% – Donald Trump Wins
  • Louisiana – Primary 46 delegates (18 district, 28 state) Proportional. Minimum threshold 20% – Donald Trump Wins
  • Maine – Caucus. 23 delegates Proportional if no-one gets 50% – Ted Cruz Wins

It is really frustrating that many people’s comments do not understand the psy-ops of political manipulation.  The power-brokers within the political apparatus are working earnestly to create “optics and narratives”.  This is an ideological battle space – the GOPe are master manipulators of the electorate.

There is a reason why the State Republican Parties hold back data, and strategically time the release of data to frame media discussions and narratives.

Example: You’ll note the official republican party apparatus holding Maine data, while allowing “some” Cruz data [ie. Kansas 50%+ Cruz win] to flow into the media narrative. Once the media narrative embeds, voila’ Kansas releases final stats showing Cruz well below 50%, and gap very tight in Maine.

REGARDING MAINE – LOOK at Rubio’s numbers !! What you’ll note is that there was a coordinated GOPe operation to shift GOPe operatives from Rubio to Cruz so they can block Trump. There’s no way Senator Marco Rubio would be positioned so far down in GOPe country (Kennebunkport etc) were it not a very specific set of party instructions to do so.  This is Bush Family country.

And what happened? –  Eventually the Maine Republican Party apparatus holds a press conference to announce the results and “presto” Ted Cruz wins ! (didn’t get 50% though) Coincidentally, CNN knew to cut in NATIONAL TV BROADCAST – for the Maine results. Oh, how fortuitous. Helping to embed that constructed National RNC coordinated GOPe narrative that began earlier in the day.

REGARDING KENTUCKY – The state party apparatus (Mitch McConnell), as predicted, held back reporting Donald Trump’s favorable numbers as long as they could.  The goal again is to emphasize the two smaller state victories of Ted Cruz which they orchestrated to assist the overall objectives.

REGARDING LOUISIANA –  Again, another Trump win with a larger state delegate allocation with results held back in order to diminish the win.  The party apparatus (professional GOPe) again on the opposite side of the electorate.

See how that works?

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267 Responses to #4 Saturday Election Results – Cruz Wins Kansas and Maine, Trump Wins Kentucky and Louisiana…

  1. Ron says:

    Looking at raw vote counts today. We got trounced in KS, lost ME by less than 2500 votes, 10,000 plus victory in Kentucky, Almost 12,000 plus in Louisiana victory. Lesson to take away closed primaries don’t favor Trump. Closed primaries also tightening. We must bring all our people to the polls. If anything under 5% voter fraud can greatly affect the outcome.

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    • cycle1 says:

      isn’t Kansas weird? I mean Bernie Sanders won…..

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      • Gomez Cooley says:

        Missouri kicked their (Kansas) backsides up between their shoulders in the Northern War of Agression. The Jayhawks fought for the federal elites. We all lost the nation to the DCe as a result of that war.

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        • Jenny R. says:

          Ok, we are not fighting the Civil War — you do realize that a lot of Trump’s supporters are “Yankees” right?
          And some of the staunchest members of the GOPe elite (and Democrat elite) are from the South, right?

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          • Gomez Cooley says:

            The point is that this is an Elitist Establishment war waged upon The People since prior to the Civil War. We have to forget the government sanctioned history if we are to know the truth and understand our enemy. Otherwise we are shadow boxing.

            Organize locally. Get your neighbors and friends to change voter registration for primaries. And never engage Elitist supporters from a position of ignorance (la c k of knowledge).
            So, Jenny, we are fighting the Civil War which was never about North and South but, rather, about States Rights vs an all encompassing elitist regime. We all lost the first Civil War.

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            • MfM says:

              I carry cards with info on how to change parties in my state since it a closed primary. I’ve give out over 20. I tell them they have to do it immediately because of the cut off.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      In addition to fraud, another problem I see in closed primaries is when voters who want to vote for Trump, but they failed to ditch and switch their party affiliation cannot vote. California is a closed primary and 172 delegates are up for grabs. Polls may show the crossovers, but when it comes to real time voting it is when our numbers go down.

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      • grainofsalt says:

        Moderation? There’s no bad words in my post.🙁

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      • swissik says:

        Yes as an undeclared California voter I am unable to vote in a Republican primary without registering Republican. However I received a invitation to register in either of the following for their primaries: the Democrat party, the American Independent party and the Libertarian party. Seems as though the California Rep party continues on its suicide mission. For the life of me I cannot fathom any other reason.

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      • PhillyGirl says:

        It must be stressed at Trump’s rallies that people supporting him must be registered Republicans. Does he says that at his rallies? I’ve never heard it.

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      • Kroesus says:

        California is NOT a closed primary state….the top TWO get delegates and it is called a hybrid primary….the Dems opened voting rolls in primary here about 10 years ago so a safe Dem state could possibly affect a GOP candidate selection late in the race

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        • GiGizMe says:

          Kroesus, The California REPUBLICAN primary is CLOSED. Its my understanding that the deadline to register is 15 days prior to election day.

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        • skifflegirl says:

          California has changed it’s presidential primaries around A LOT over the past many years. We are usually in June when, normally, we don’t make any difference at all because the party selected candidates already have a lock on the nomination. And usually, it’s another reason that Calif sucks. But this year we are going to be working hard! In 2008, our primary was moved to March but that was a state of California thing, not a party decision (then again, who can tell, it’s Demofornia). But now we’ve bounced back to June. And only Democrats and Libertarians and whatever the other guy was, that one, too. Not an open primary for Republicans in 2016. REGISTER REPUBLICAN IN CALIFORNIA BY MAY 24TH!!! THEN VOTE TRUMP ON JUNE 7TH!!!

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        • Big Jake says:

          Hey there, Kros.

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    • There have thus far been 19 state contests. Seven of those were caucus states – and “non-Trump” won five of those caucuses. 12 of those contests were straightforward primaries – and “non-Trump” won just two of those elections. Clearly, winning in caucus states requires strong, experienced political organization – which is not favorable to a political outsider.

      “Non-Trump” has won seven of 19 contests – but only one of those seven (Texas) was in a state with a black population above 8%. Ten of Trumps 12 victories were in states with black populations above 8% – seven of those were in states with between 15.7 and 32.4% black populations. Everything I have seen in regards to Cruz and Rubio has been snow-white. Trump has employed many blacks over the years, and has a number of strong black endorsements. And – the message is finally getting through to blacks that the Democratic party is not really their friend.

      Of the remaining 28 state contests, only two are caucuses – both in lily-white states (Hawaii on 8 March, with 3.1 % black population, and Montana on 7 June, with 0.7% black population). Of the remaining 26 straightforward primary elections, 14 of the are in states with black populations of 9% or above.

      Trump has a good chance of outperforming expectations as the primary season progresses. His campaign needs to aggressively counter opposition efforts to misrepresent him as being racist.

      I expect that over the next 10 days, Trump will lose Hawaii (caucus state, 3.1% black), and Idaho (primary state, 1.0% black population). But, he should win the following states:

      Mississippi – 37.3% black
      North Carolina – 21.6 % black
      Florida – 15.9% black
      Illinois – 14.9% black
      Michigan – 14.2 % black
      Missouri – 11.5% black
      Ohio – 12.0% black

      Trump will perhaps then lose Arizona (4.1%), Utah (1.3%), and Wisconsin (6.7%) – but he should win New York (15.2%), Connecticut (10.3%), Delaware (21.0%) Maryland (30.1%) and Pennsylvania (10.8%).

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  2. PremAmerica says:

    So, Trump wins the 2 biggest states…. Trump gets more total votes…. In 3 Closed Caucuses and one Closed Primary in the heart of Ted Cruz’s best region in the US.

    Ted Cruz is finished.

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  3. kinthenorthwest says:

    Dixie —(new thread so here is my reply)
    As Legal Americans we need to know that our vote matters & that our vote is not being over ridden by fraud.

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    • PatriotUSA says:

      Correct and one must not forget the parseltongue attacks by mittens and those who think they are ‘conservatives’ or something that are nothing but spawns of the collectivist droolz of the communist, er umm I mean democrapic party. The joke of CPAC has backfired and quite badly. The GOPe has turned to dirty, filthy tactics and trying to tell us, me and you how and WHO we should vote for?? I think not and they wonder why our cold anger is turning into a tidal wave the likes of which has not been witnessed nor felt for over 100 years.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        I will be celebrating my 67th birthday in less than a week–
        I want to celebrate my 68th in the country I grew up in. The America my parents, grandparents & actually my relatives back to the Revolutionary War fought and died for.
        I want to celebrate my 68th in an America that I know my grandchildren,their children & on ward will be free, well off, and valued as Americans throughout the world. .

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        • swissik says:

          Happy birthday and may your wish come true!

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        • GiGizMe says:

          😄Happy Birthday K 🎂🎉

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        • Joseph Covello says:

          My dad passed away 9 years ago. He was a WWII veteran. Not long before he died he said to me: “I’m glad to have seen America when we were still America”. He was, of course, referring to the obvious loss of freedoms, rights and the insidious government that no WWII veteran could ever have imagined during that war for our very survival. This nation is not the nation our fathers and grandfathers fought so valiantly for. God rest their brave souls in eternal peace and bliss.

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          • Arkindole says:

            +Infinity

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            You must be so proud of him Joseph. Isn’t it great to have that history in your family. {{{Joseph}}}
            That was my mom too she was such a sweet lady . She was the only WWII vet who could fit into her uniform in the Veterans Day parade. She was not too happy with what was happening to America.
            She passed two years ago.

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        • blueslite says:

          Have a Happy Birthday!!! Many of us share your desires for America. Here’s hoping we get what we wish for!

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            TY {{{Blue}}}
            TY all i am in tears now…due to all of the beautiful words and sharing on here.
            The Treehouse is a great sanctuary of great friends. ❤ ❤ ❤

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        • PatriotUSA says:

          HB Kin, I just turned 63 and feel EXACTLY the same way. To ensure this, and I agree with what you have said, I have become more than willing to do all I can to ensure this. They say with age comes wisdom and patience. True but also with my age and wisdom comes a daring, somewhat reckless spirit to die for this cause that my family risked their lives for. Of course I am speaking for just meself here but me two kids know where I, we are from and the sacrifices made already for their dad and them. They thought their dad was just a crazed kook of some kind when they were younger. Now they are seeing before their eyes unfold what we who tread here have known and felt for some time,

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            Belated Happy Birthday {{{{Patriot}}}}
            yes it seems as I have aged so have my aspirations, dreams and hopes..
            Obama has been & is making America into something I don’t recognize anymore; not just because of the electronics.
            Respect for others is so rare that I gush over those that do.
            Respect for our country-Damn kids don’t have to do the pledge anymore, along with being able to talk or ?? while others are saying it.
            Even my liberal kids are seeing some of the light, but whatever their politics I love them.
            Thank you again.

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    • Dixie says:

      I’m concerned about it too, but what can we do about it? I don’t like what this country is turning into…..the honest people have been overwhelmed by the crooks.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Dixie we have to fight for our country Right now its with our vote & support for the right person. We need to get the word out there. We do that when we share the information we learn and share the awesome threads of Sundance’s with all his awesome research.
        .Later it might be with our lives. Yes I said it…

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  4. Pete V says:

    What seems to be clear is that we can’t trust the polls and that the GOPe deliberately uses tactical votig against Trump. It was not limited to Maine. As I pointed out in an earlier post they successfully used that strategy in the UK and France against anti-globalist parties.

    It worked well in Kansas, where Cruz had a demo advantage, and in Maine where they could prey on Rubio and Kasich voters.

    He got a close 2nd place in the other two states. They almost completely got us. If you want to laugh that off – fine with me, Trump luckily won’t.

    We had reports about Cruz supporters wooing Rubio voters at the caucus sites (part of the strategy), which shows that Cruz is establishment and enjoys being Romney’s lapdog. Reports also said that a Kentucky county that favored Rubio in the polls went to Cruz. Rubio cancelled events in several states, which is another indicator that we witness a strategy being used against us.

    Because Rubio failed to win a state, Cruz’s argument to woo GOPe voters outside of Florida/Ohio will become stronger. (But he won’t get all Rubio voters and there aren’t that many left in some places.)

    And what shouldn’t be forgotten is the fact that they target his rallies. Scenes in Orlando were ghastly. Seats behind Trump should be reserved for people who are on our side.

    The good news:

    We won Kentucky and Louisiana. This is a major victory. Not only failed the tactical vote scam in the Trump strongholds, we also survived the massive propaganda campaign.

    Again: This victory is bigger than the numbers indicate.

    Closed caucus scam is virtually over. A reason to look forward to the next days.

    And they are really stupid; Romney should have waited with his speech until it’s WTA. They made an error and now we can study how well their strategy worked and how to counter it.

    A few ideas:

    Use their tactical voting scheme against them. Tell everyone that Cruz won’t win the nomination because Texas wasn’t WTA and he failed to win the South. A vote for Cruz is a vote for a brokered convention (proven by Cruz getting the GOPe vote), a brokered convention will never pick Cruz, they will try to get Romney/Ryan or maybe Jeb/Rubio. They will either lose to Hillary or they will win, but it means amnesty and the destruction of America anyway.

    (When you talk with Cruz supporters then keep in mind that they think highly of Cruz. Don’t tell them that Cruz is deceiving them, because they won’t listen to you. Just tell them what I wrote above, and you can add something like “you don’t want Ted Cruz to end up as a part of a brokered convention cabal that he would never support and that will damage his standing”.)

    The same argument can also be used against Kasich in Ohio. Everybody knows that Kasich won’t be the nominee.

    If there is another debate prior to 3/15 then Trump has a chance to hit Kasich. He has to be careful; if he looks desperate or nasty then it will only help Kasich.

    If Cruz attacks him again for “not being conservative” and “being establishment”, Trump can ask Cruz why OCare-Romney said that people should vote for Cruz and what he thinks about getting basically an endorsement from Romney. Exposes Cruz as a GOPe puppet. He can also deflect the attack to Kasich to remember people that Kasich is a liberal. (A bit dangerous because Ohio is an open primary.)

    If Trump wins Ohio and Florida Cruz will be the last man standing. That means he has to get nuked once he served his purpose as a splitter of the anti-Trump vote.

    After Saturday Cruz supporters need to realize that Cruz is a GOPe tool, whether he wants it or not.

    We have to make sure that our people are registered (if that can still be changed) and go vote.

    We also have to figure out whether the debate, the visa gaffe and the ads/MSM propaganda caused additional damage. (I think it was mostly the tactitcal voting.)

    Fraud could play a role but you will have to ask a professional like Sundance whether it can produce a result vastly different from what the polls said in several states.

    And don’t panic; it was clear that things would get nasty and it wouldn’t be an easy fight. They made a big mistake by using the tactical vote prior to 3/15. Trump is a master of this game, he will find a way to deal with this issue.

    God bless you and stay strong.

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    • nyflacon says:

      Those protesters in Orlando today, were not sitting behind Trump. I was there.

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      • parallax says:

        the protestors weren’t directly behind Trump, but there were three young latinos squarely in the frame that looked like they wanted to be anywhere than in the best seats of the house. One was in using Zoolander’s “blue steel’ pose during the majority of the speech.

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        • grainofsalt says:

          The Latino was the one in the middle. The other two don’t look like Latinos to me.

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          • NCPatrick says:

            Yes, the guy in the middle with the extreme haircut .. he would sit briefly and then stand again with his hands in front of his crotch. Their suspicious non-responsive demeanor caused enough concern on line that security moved in. Did you see them? Trump, of course, didn’t know they were right behind him.

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        • srr says:

          Very interesting, not having seen Zoolander, I missed the “Blue Steel” pose, but not the reference because this is what you get when you Google –

          “Turnbull blue steel” –

          That’s Australia’s current Prime Minister.
          He is also a GOLDMAN SACKS man.

          That cover was done BEFORE The Party removed The Prime Minister The People Elected, Tony Abbott, and The Party Made Turnbull Prime Minister.

          Tony Abbott was Elected to Stop The Boat loads of Muslims and other criminals flooding into Australia, and He DID Stop The Boats!

          Australians Did NOT Elect that Goldman Sacks man, Malcolm Turnbull!

          The UN Owned, Anti-Sovereign Nation, Open Borders Traitors Installed him.
          They are trying to Re-Open our Borders to The Enemy Invaders again.

          Those SAME people who REMOVED Our ELECTED Prime Minister, and replaced him with a Goldman Sacks Puppet, are ALSO CAMPAIGNING FOR TED CRUZ.

          Ted Cruz and His Backers Are That Seriously BAD!

          But Take Heart.
          “The ‘they'” have been trying to push Donald Trump into politics for nearly 40 years. They wanted him young, inexperienced and not quite so rich and powerful, so that they could control him.

          Trump didn’t wait this long to finally make a run for President of The United States, because “The ‘they'” are now at their most powerful. No, “The ‘they'” are are now at their most exposed, vulnerable and panicked.

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      • grainofsalt says:

        nyflacon, when you get a chance watch the rally in youtube and you will see the three guys who were standing behind Trump.

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        • Derigitable says:

          Actually, when I saw it, I was watching him because it looked like he was going to jump DT with a knife or something. He just didn’t fit there, out of place. When somebody came up to talk to him, I thought it was DT’s guards, but then their “handler” appeared to take them from the room.

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          • countrychicken says:

            Didn’t see what was going on behind Trump until I watch the youtube video. I didn’t even notice the SS and police officer? (the one with the hat) behind Trump…sheesh, I think I need to pay attention a little better.
            IMHO, picking people from the audience is nice but his campaign people need to place supporters, local dignitaries or even golf buddies behind Mr. Trump. And please, no more dorito eating guys.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        The 3 sitting behind and to Mr. Trump’s left (our right) were doing hand signals and using their cell phones. I would be willing to bet (haven’t had time to re-watch to be certain) that just prior to each “protester” acting out that one of the 3 had just used his cell phone. I believe they were co-ordinating the protests. Just before the end of the rally, security moved in and detained them, or at least one of them. My feed had a 10-second delay and dropped seconds before the cops grabbed them; or so I have read.

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    • Glen says:

      Do you have any thoughts on countering RNC influence in rural caucus states, where local party hacks have disproportionate influence on the voting?

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    • Martin says:

      “the visa gaffe”

      It wasn’t a gaffe.

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      The polls aren’t off. Somehow Cruz throws the poo olls off only in caucus states. The #’s and trends don’t match up.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      If you look at 2008 you will notice that Hillary carried almost every non-Caucus state. However the DNC started playing other games with the votes, which I am truly praying that the GOP wont resort to.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      Pete, send this to the campaign if you will.

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    • churchill says:

      What’s WTA?

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  5. vincentjappi says:

    Cruz is TWICE INELIGIBLE, like Rubio.

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    • countrychicken says:

      I’m wondering why the establishment doesn’t seem to care about Presidential candidates being Natural Born Citizens. I’m also wondering why more people in our country don’t seem to care either. To me this is huge, why don’t more care?

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  6. Team Cruz? More like Team Globalists

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    • starfcker says:

      Tonight was a wakeup call. You could see it in trump’s demeaner. He is a tough man. This is a tough stretch. Tuesday ought to be better. Hang in there, big boy. The country is behind you, and grateful for your sacrifice.

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      • swissik says:

        I agree it was a wake up call and I honestly don’t have as much confidence in Trump’s ability to master the hits on his campaign as others on this site do. Does he or his people read comments here and other sites? If so the Trump team might consider some of the more useful suggestions that have been presented over the past few days. For example, ignore the more odious attacks on Trump by the Rubios and Cruzes of this world. Instead present a reasonable policy on a subject or at least state firmly that policies are on the Trump website for review.

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        • Espaeranza says:

          Actually, I think it was a pretty good night for Trump, better than Super Tuesday in fact.

          He has had everything including Mittens and D Duke thrown at him. All his negatives Trump U etc, and he has held the line. What else can they throw at him? People have heard this stuff and voted for him anyway.

          The caucuses where people can be intimidated and lose their livelihoods if they vote T are nearly over. The huge disparity between the party apparatus voters and general voters is about 15 or 20 percent as per the poll numbers. Good for the general.

          The primary was closed and the Donald still wins. We now know his crossover appeal is as much as 15 or more percent, that’s huge for the GE.

          Cruz has only won at home so far ie Canada or Texas, or on their borders.

          The coming states favour more liberal candidates ie Trump.

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        • Esperanza says:

          Trump was very relaxed. It is obviously going well according to his plan. I think he more or less wrote off the caucuses. He needs to hold Florida.

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        • benY says:

          I agree. The “little Marco” and “Lying Ted” need to be wrapped in their failures and teh consequences of those failures. e.g. TPP, Corker, Amnesty, but in a more detailed way, not just a mention. Of course, as I like to say, opinions vary and that’s just mine.

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  7. kinthenorthwest says:

    lineabirgit–Megyn’s snarl would really make here look like a ……. !!! if she had a shaved head.

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  8. Tom22ndState says:

    Great pic from those halcyon days last fall. Notice those hands, and that crummy jacket lol
    Congratulations Mr Trump!

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  9. Make America Mexico Again says:

    Trump needs to keep the message clear:

    “When you go to vote, you are either voting for Trump, or you are voting for the Republican Party to choose your candidate for you.”

    Make it clear that neither Cruz nor Rubio nor Kasich have a path to the nomination that involves winning 1237 delegates fairly. The two remaining options are Trump with a majority of delegates, or the RNC choosing anyone they like – someone who does not have a plurality of delegates.

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  10. Sandra says:

    I’m glad that Rubio was below 20% in LA. He got no delegates. LA Sec of State site showing that all but 1 precinct has reported. Trump 41.45%, Cruz 37.84%, Rubio 11.2%. I’m wondering why so many sites and news channels declared Trump the winner in LA when so few precincts had reported. This was based on polling? And the actual results don’t match the polls?

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    • boojum says:

      Because the majority of precincts in Orleans parish (the city of New Orleans) had yet to be counted, and the Orleans precincts which had come in were heavily Trump.

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  11. Regardless of what happens this election, our political system needs a big change. Right now, it mainly promotes lowlives getting ahead. Trump is the exception because he has money and the support of people. People like Jeff Sessions are so rare. The rest of these bozos have to beg, grovel, and lick boots to get money for their campaigns and then betray the promises they made to the people .

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  12. rinokiller says:

    There’s a good few of us aware of THE RESURRECTION PLAN if the GOP-E succeds.

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  13. Taco says:

    Tactical voting is one thing. If someone really doesn’t like Trump, and they vote for Cruz instead of their preferred candidate Rubio, or vice versa, fine that is their choice.

    The Maine tally is not the result of tactical voting.

    This was collusion.

    How hard would it be? The party apparatus swings into action a few phone calls, an informal survey. Some emails are sent. And suddenly the bulk of Rubio’s and Kasich’s support flows to Cruz.

    This is a coup. What we are witnessing is the uniparty subverting the will of the voters to ensure the success of their globalist agenda. Nothing more, nothing less.

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    • rinokiller says:

      Anybody seen Scooby Doo lately?

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      • Taco says:

        Remember we’re not talking a primary. It’s not like hundreds of thousands of people voted.

        They didn’t change the vote counts. They didn’t have to.

        10 or 12 people have a conversation, they conclude that Cruz is their best bet to stop Trump, and they informally spread those directions.

        I am disgusted that I ever considered myself a member of the Republican Party.

        • rinokiller says:

          I only returned Republican for only one reason

          TRUMP

          Other than that, I was DONE with the party!

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        • Athena the Warrior says:

          In Maine, people who were there to speak for Trump weren’t allowed unless they had been submitted by the Trump campaign and authorized by the Maine GOP. Apparently only a Cruz person was “authorized” to speak.

          Scroll through #SuperSaturday Tweets , there was even a video posted of a man who went there to speak on behalf of Trump but wasn’t allowed to.

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  14. lionelverney1 says:

    Cruz for PM !!! 😎

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  15. Yes he does … GOPe too !!! 😎

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  16. kinthenorthwest says:

    Trump For America & Legal Upright Americans.

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  17. mickie says:

    Something I was wondering earlier while watching DJT rally, maybe someone who has been to one can answer for me since I won’t be to one until he comes to my state of PA. . Do they have metal detectors or some other screening procedures put in place?

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  18. Raffaella says:

    WOW WOW WOW Judge Jeanine is killing Mit Romney. Sundance please post her monologue.

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  19. BuckWeaver says:

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  20. kinthenorthwest says:

    Another good Trump endorsement.

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  21. sundance says:

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  22. freedom says:

    I was sickened by the results today and the underhanded managing of the news. It is mind boggling that the voting outcome was so different from the polls (something smells rotten here). I am a staunch Trump supporter but do feel that the attacks by GOPe are having some effect and must be countered with great diplomacy, not anger. Maybe some good natured humor and very subtle mockery. I also feel that Trump has overplayed his hand as the arrogant “winner” and must be very careful with this. He should give very diplomatic and polite responses to insults and NOT skip any more conservative venues like CPAC! He should have gone to CPAC and just stood up to the bullies. Campaign managers must be very, very alert to fraud now as the ruling class is on a rampage. Please get Trump over the finish line as #1 !!!!

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    • rinokiller says:

      CPAC was an ambushtic setup!

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    • chojun says:

      I disagree about cpac. The better play was to speak directly with voters, not to the people who we are overthrowing.

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    • JRD says:

      CPAC is garbage.
      Did Palin attend? No. She is always the keynote. The establishment took over CPAC.
      They gave corrupt buffoon Paul Ryan an ovation!!!

      Wake up. This is an insurgency not a regular election.
      The cheese has been moved.

      Try this. CRUZ MADE A DEAL. Establishment votes are going to Cruz.
      Check out Bourbon, Fayette, and Jefferson Counties in Kentucky. The votes for Cruz there stink on ice.

      Once 8 of Jeb’s finance people went to work for Cruz this week red flags should have got up.
      http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/03/former-bush-finance-team-members-join-cruz/
      That’s cartel money, baby. Cruz isn’t even hiding it any longer.

      The establishment knows Cruz has no path to the nomination. The are using him to stop Trump getting the delegates he needs on the first ballot.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Right on Right on—They are going to use Cruz and then toss Cruz’s ineligible Canadian Born butt to the curb like a hot potato–Probably even get him ousted from the Senate to for fraud.

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      • Zennalou says:

        The standing ovation for Paul Ryan tells everyone all they need to know about CPAC.

        JRD, I have studied the Ky County map closely.To my knowledge Trump did not have any support from the “smart set” here. Matt Bevin did not endorse, but was for Ben Carson. Of course Mitch used his influence. Looking at the map, I think Rand Paul may have done more harm than anyone. I can’t prove it, but I do know he has been on a 2 or 3 week town hall tour of every little burg in the state. This morning Trump tweeted this out——Why would anyone in Kentucky listen to failed presidential candidate Rand Paul re: caucus. Made a fool of himself (1%.)
        KY his 2nd choice!——–
        After Trump tweeted that, I thought of Rand’s grand tour of the state and said to myself uhoh.

        I do not think Cruz got his vote here because of religion, if that had been the case he won have won Eastern Ky.—but Trump took that. Trump took Eastern because of the coal mines. I believe Cruz got the counties he got because of the establishment, not conservative or religious vote. He got the horse race farms, and he got Rand Paul’s home county and that section.

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        • Jenny R. says:

          It’s ironic that he got the horse race farms in KY, when the horse race industry in TX went for Trump (Cruz has royally screwed over the TX racing industry — and many people will likely lose their jobs…even some of the illegals working there preferred Trump, does that say anything?).

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    • swissik says:

      freedom: my thoughts exactly. At this juncture exhuberance should be avoided.

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    • Esperanza says:

      I disagree. CPAC was a set up, talking to voters in Kansas was better, they will remember in the GE. Ted went to CPAC because his voters are caucus dominators and were at CPAC.

      I don’t think the difference in polls in caucuses is that important. It just underscores T’s strengths in the general.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Trump’s support isn’t just coming from “conservatives” — he’s getting independents and democracts.
      CPAC would turn them off (or they wouldn’t care or notice), and he would have been ambushed there. He made the decision (probably a good one) to not go.
      He cannot appear too partisan (which he isn’t) as that is not his base.

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    • benY says:

      I agree, but, not about CPAC. It was an ambush and would have been difficult to counter the optics.

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  23. Trump edged out Cruz in total voting but Cruz prevailed in delegates, 60-44. Not enough to make a serious dent in Trump’s big lead. While the ME result is surprising and disappointing, it’s not all that significant. So overall Donald had a pretty decent night.

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  24. goingsunny says:

    Great wins for Team Trump in LA and KY. 😀 KY is particularly notable, considering it was a closed caucus. Trump does not have the traditional GOTV machinery for caucuses, and is disadvantaged in closed elections since many of his unaffiliated and democrat supporters are unable to vote. To pull off a win in KY with minimal campaigning is testament to the strength of Trump’s winning message.

    Here’s the good news. Except for HI, UT, ND and some territories, the remaining 28 States will have primaries. The not-so-good news — majority of those States are closed primaries. So we need to encourage Trump’s supporters who are independents and democrats to register GOP and the deadlines are fast approaching.

    Here’s a list of delegate allocation (LA is not fully allocated yet) and upcoming primaries/caucuses:
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/republican_delegate_count.html

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  25. Juan says:

    After taking all the incoming this week the results weren’t all that surprising … surely not disappointing. Lower margins in both KY & LA than I’d hoped for, but still WINS. Kansas wasn’t a shock as the format / demo favored him. Maine was a hard one to figure & was never confident about it. I’ll chalk it to be like OK a border state for Cruz.

    My biggest disappointment was the negative posting after the early returns. it was uncalled for & hope to never see a repeat of it. All battles cannot be won & the focus must remain on achieving the ultimate goal.

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    • singtune says:

      I Agree with you “Juan” ~~regarding the Negative Posting~! “Sundance surely explained what was going on very CLEARLY. Perhaps these Negative People did NOT Read what “Sundance” Posted!

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      • MacKenzie says:

        The problem is that too many people simply cannot manage their own emotions on their own.

        Talk to a like-minded friend on the phone or or via computer chat. Don’t just post cathartic, pessimistic “woe is me” regurgitations where they’re going to drag others down with you. Suck it up and be an adult. Everyone gets down at times, but it takes personal courage and responsibility to be an informal leader. Be someone who lifts others up. Grow a pair. No one can be Trump but Trump, but everyone can be a little more LIKE Trump.

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    • Esperanza says:

      Cruz taking his home states, Canada and Texas.

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  26. He’ll always be a winner to his Mommy !!! 😎

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  27. EJ says:

    This is the first time in the process that I have been frustrated. I am not convinced that Ted is part of the GOPe. I think he wants to win, but he can’t. The GOPe is just using him. The apparent momentum will go to the Cruzbots’ heads and it will be even harder to bring them to our side. From here out it will be a long drawn out brawl.

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  28. Carolyn says:

    Heard a call in to Cavuto this evening from GOPe bundler Noelle Nikpour. She said she is advising the big money people to either hold their money or place it on Cruz. Okay. How does this make Cruz an “outsider” if he is next in line for big money behind Rubio? IMO it doesn’t.

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    • Fourth of Juluau says:

      Because they know Cruz has no path to 1,237 delegates. They just want Cruz to do well enough to deny Trump 1,237, and then pick Romney or Jeb or Ryan at the convention.

      Trump is the ONLY candidate with a path to 1,237. Therefore you are either voting for Trump, or you are voting for a brokered convention and the GOPe picking an establishment stooge.

      Cruz supporters need to understand this. He has no path to 1,237. So if you continue to back Cruz, you are essentially backing Romney or Jeb or Paul Ryan through the backdoor.

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      • Esperanza says:

        On the other hand Cruz is a smart guy. He knows this. We’ll see. Still wouldn’t be surprised if he endorsed Trump.

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    • singtune says:

      Cruz has NEVER been an OUTSIDER!

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      • KitKat says:

        His selling himself as an “outsider” is a con job, tand his attacks calling Mr. Trump a “con artist” are projection. His connedservative supporters haven’t figured it out yet.

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  29. yohio says:

    This may not belong here, but just letting people know we are working hard in Ohio. We can still use people’s HELP though and I’m sure in places like Florida, Michigan and North Carolina. Please please volunteer even if in a different state you can still make calls. It’s going to take everyone’s help, if you call somewhere to help and not getting a response or don’t get answers, be persistent call other numbers and people sometimes have to get a hold of the right people. Remember a lot of the people helping are volunteers and don’t have all the answers. In January when called to help in Ohio to a couple weeks to get the right people to be able to make calls, don’t be mad everything is busy, free flowing, and at that time focus was on other states. Okay enough preaching, please help if you can, I at least know that whatever happens my wife and I did everything we could to make a difference.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      Yohio, my understanding to those who make phone calls is… they have a script as a guide? Do you only call Republicans or anyone? Is there a way to ask or suggest to people that they need to re-register and become a Republican to vote for Trump in the primary? It is important for a closed primary. It is where our numbers are taking a hit. Thanks for doing what you do.

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      • singtune says:

        “grainofsalt”~! The Trump Organization has the Calls ALL Set to GO. We use a program entitled “CALL FIRE”. We do have a Script & it is easy to do. The Calls are programmed automatically, from one call to another. There IS a PLAN~~& it is ORGANIZED. When our OWN Calls are finished, we help by calling into other states. The Organization tells us where to call next, gives us a new script..

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        • yohio says:

          My assumption though is the list of calls are of registered Republicans. If get no say thank you, if get yes talk about polling place and if undecided ask about issues that concern them make suggestions direct to website. When done with call place info about undecided and issues in computer and campaign suppose to address issue and call back. Everyone should volunteer

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    • Derigitable says:

      Getting hold of contact info for the Trump campaigns in the various locations is difficult. It’s a very closely guarded secret, and when you do find someone’s contact info, good luck getting a response from them. Lots of volunteers with no place to go.

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      • singtune says:

        Not true~! Perhaps you do not have the correct connections~! There are a Few Posters right here, that have Posted Multiple Working Links today! Please check them out, as they seem to be working for many people here. I made my own contacts with the Trump organization & became a Volunteer very easily ~~& i am 78 years old. Many People here at the REFUGE, are already volunteers.

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  30. regedit says:

    Everyone gets different feelings out of tonight.Being Donalds die hard supporter im starting to feel like
    Donald is not spending enough money(fully understand a lot of it is his own)but still
    Lack of organization on the ground(this basically goes back to money)very evident in caucuses
    plus
    Do not change your positions

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    • Send in a donation or buy some campaign gear, that will contribute $ to the cause

      Register to make calls through Callfire, can get set up to call very easily and that is a lot of the “ground game”

      Spread the word via Twitter, Facebook, grocery store line, restaurant

      Don’t stress, his positions haven’t changed

      Let Trump be Trump; he is a force to be reckoned with and he is on our side 🙂

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    • keebler AC says:

      Certain commentors I’ve never got the feeling of the die-hard supporter vibe. Never. Give it up because psy-ops doesn’t work here.

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      • regedit says:

        Trump 2016-that is what you like reading here?
        I know ,but a supporter doesnt have to be blind besides i post here on this very blog almost since the begining and if you dont like it so be it that is how i feel-next time skip to a post that doesnt hurt your feelings

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        • singtune says:

          “regedit”~~Trump does know what he is doing~! Get involved~~as WE Must support this Cause too. “We the People” ARE the MOVEMENT~! Our involvement is critical. it is NOT just about SPENDING. ______ We also need to let “TRUMP be TRUMP”~~~that IS what is appealing about him. He IS the Great Builder & Uniter

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          • regedit says:

            Absolutely agree -let Trump be Trump ….so Trump ….be Trump

            …except it makes my blood boil when he says-…”we will not let them die on the streets”
            or when he wanted to take Syrian refugees in his very first interview on the subject-I was like ….please Donald -DONT-Thanks God the next day he was against it
            or now when he is slowly backing from waterboarding—60% of respondents in exit polls support ban on muslims———stand by it-Dont soften up .Trump …be Trump

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    • Scott says:

      May be true money-wise but he would have had spend against three or four targets. Now, he can use the money solely to take out Cruz. The field has dropped except Ohio with Kasich. Rubio should drop more in Florida while Cruz, and Trump, try to finish him. I suspect Rubio will be severely pressured to drop before florida votes and to back Cruz. Now the big game starts.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      He did not change any positions as far as I know. The media are the ones changing it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • SharonKinDC says:

      Why on earth get into a $$ burning pissing contest when the GOP-e has virtually limitless funds. Seems to be to be a sure way to throw off Trump’s strategy…which btw, is working.

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  31. nyflacon says:

    Pundit on Judge Jeanine said Cruz gained only 5 more delegates tonight.

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  32. rjcylon says:

    Whoa, the return of the “Trump/Cruz thumbs up” photo.

    That photo has caused more heads at TRS to explode than anything else I can remember.

    I know everyone else has written Cruz off, but I am still open to a Trump/Cruz ticket. If Cruz is REALLY ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT… well here is his chance to prove it.

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    • Martin says:

      Cruz is not eligible to be VP.

      Liked by 5 people

    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Cruz has Huge eligibility issues which he should have solved way before throwing his had into the election. The citizenship requirement goes for VPOTUS too.

      Liked by 6 people

      • hbarsquared says:

        Exactly, to summarize let me share you a quote I just posted at Lucianne with a bunch of Cruzbots:
        “You guys do realize that Ted Cruz was born in Canada… If he is somehow chosen to be the republican nominee the democrats will surely attack him on the fact that he is a naturalized citizen vice a natural born citizen and thus ineligible for the the presidency. They are just keeping their collective powder dry until such a time. The democrats want Cruz to be the nominee… it would be the ultimate embarrassment of an already damaged party.”

        Cruz is the democrats dream… once he gets the nomination they can destroy him easily but not until then.

        Liked by 6 people

        • grainofsalt says:

          The Democrats will get their way into unsealing his birth records. The media will be on the Democrats side putting pressure. “That I can tell you!”😊

          Liked by 1 person

          • hbarsquared says:

            Absolutely, the media will hound him into submission…but not now only when it is too late for the republicans to change course. “The democrats are waiting until they see the whites of their eyes” the RNC is only too stupid to play along.

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        • rjcylon says:

          If Trump wins the nomination, and chooses Cruz as VP… we can all be sure he is eligible.

          If he doesn’t pick him…then we’ll have someone else.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          None of them understand it…What is really funny is that about 50% of Cruz’s supporters are his long time tea partiers. You know the Tea Party people who really pushed on the Obama birther issue.

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        • Howie says:

          It looks to me like the issue of eligibility can not be raised unless Cruz becomes a candidate for the presidency. At this point he is only for the republican nomination. If nominated he then can be legally questioned on NBC and then only by another actual presidential candidate. It also might be an original jurisdiction case where it can only be heard by SCOTUS.

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    • singtune says:

      Cruz has ALWAYS been Establishment! If you saw “Sundance’s ” post today with a VIDEO that showed WHY Jeff Sessions did NOT endorse Cruz, you would KNOW this to be TRUE. i suggest you go back and take a good View of this Video. You will then understand WHY Cruz can Never be V.P., on top of the Constitutionally Ineligible situation.

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  33. StuckincCA says:

    Got to rrespect Trumps hutspa. Calls for Rubio to drop so he cangohead to head with Cruz. No cowardly splitter games.

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  34. rashamon says:

    Nice job, Sundance and all who are phoning, handing out Trump info and plastering your bodies with campaign slogans!

    For those who need more info about Mr. Trump’s long-held beliefs, here’s a 1990 Playboy interview that makes it clear he supports making America great, He was determined then; he’s determined now. Thank heaven he’s on the side of “We the People” vs. that Gang in D.C.

    thecorporateculture.com/2015/playboy-interviewed-donald-trump-25-years-ago/

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  35. Paul Killinger says:

    To the Treeper from PA who asked about Trump Rally security, it is the province of the Secret Service. And they are well-trained and meticulous about it.

    At his Baton Rouge rally which I attended, there was a young lady who was blabbering on about her “rights” as Agents were wanding her and looking through her purse. Their response to her was, “You have to leave right now.”

    She left. ‘Nuff said.

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  36. yohio says:

    SD,
    If the theory true about someone embedded in the Cruz campaign, now would be a good time to drop the hammer. If Mercer he needs to cut or pull his funding now. Another question though if someone is, how did Trump campaign not know establishment was getting Rubio people to coalesce around Cruz? Also when is court for Ted this is all ridiculous if he’s not eligible.

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    • rjcylon says:

      And why does Sundance keep showing that photo of Trump and Cruz.

      I don’t want to get into sci-fi territory but what if Cruz is Trump’s Cruz mole?

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      • yohio says:

        Seriously think about it, I just want my country back. I’m sorry I would do cartwheels if Rubio dropped and Cruz and Trump said plan worked. Your looking at your ticket and If because Ted young he was VP with Trumps promise to help him run after. Everything forgiven it would be the greatest coup ever.

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        • yohio says:

          lol i’m flip flopping, if Ted not eligible a different story though, I can’t compromise on NBC

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          • Gail Combs says:

            Cruz is not a Natural Born Citizen.

            “Natural Born Citizen” IS a “settled matter”. The SCOTUS has ruled at least SIX times that a “Natural Born Citizen”is one born IN the United States to Parents who are BOTH US Citizens..
            The NBC clause exists for the sole purpose of preventing anyone born of foreign, dual or divided national allegiance from ever entering the Oval Office.
            Supreme Court Cases that Cite “Natural Born Citizen”as One Born on U.S. Soil to Citizen Parents
            Venus, 12 U.S. 8 Cranch 253 253 (1814)
            Shanks v DuPont, 28 U.S. 3 Pet. 242 242 (1830)
            Dred Scott v Sandford, 60 U.S. 393 (1857)
            Minor v Happersett, 88 U.S. 162 (1875)
            United States v Wong Kim Ark, 169 U.S. 649 (1898)
            Perkins v. Elg, 307 U.S. 325 (1939) .

            This is why the courts keep skirting the issue by saying people “Do Not Have Standing’

            How can we not have standing when the guy is running for president of the USA and if he wins will pass or veto legislation, write Ex Orders, agree to treaties and run the administration?

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        • rjcylon says:

          Yes it would. Trump says Cruz is the worst person alive then a few weeks later says hey, he did a good job at (xyz). It WOULD be the greatest coup ever.

          I can see Trump as President, Cruz as VP, Christie as AG.

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        • PhillyGirl says:

          I would be fine with that too

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        • rjcylon says:

          When all the dirty political stuff is over these people can make friends really quick.

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          • yohio says:

            Nothing of what I wrote either means I’m pleased with Cruz, if he is nominee he won’t win general. I literally know at least a hundred dems or more from clubs other lodges voting Trump who will not vote for Ted. So if a partnership it won’t work the other way. We will go to a brokered convention.

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            • rjcylon says:

              Don’t worry, no one is pegging you for a Cruz fan!

              Liked by 1 person

            • Jenny R. says:

              Same here. In this matter I think the Democrats I know are correct: they see Cruz as just another form of Hillary, and thus will not vote for him.
              Although a lot of the HIllary supporters are work recently have been talking up a vote for Cruz — I got lectured by one on the necessity of my embracing Cruz. Hahaha!
              By a person who has already come out in support of HIllary…funny election.

              I told him that both were frauds, and that maybe he should educate himself.

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              • Jenny R. says:

                “at” work
                So, I’ve encountered estranged Dems who are going for Trump (or staying home), Bernie supporters who are Bernie or nothing (and thus staying home), and Hillary supporters who are pushing Cruz and Rubio. As for the Republicans: working class is pro-Trump, white collar is split.
                I work in academia but hang out with the local union folks during my off time, so you can guess the political climate. And it points to not so much a political divide but a class divide; that’s where this is really at I think.

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      • singtune says:

        Cruz IS simply what “SUNDANCE” showed today~~on the Video of why Jeff Session’s did NOT endorse Cruz ~! CRUZ is deeply embedded in the Globalist Agenda~!

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        • yohio says:

          I want to SCREAM hearing this because I’ve said it a million times, these so called conservatives are going to try to screw us all again

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  37. sundance says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • Joe says:

      About a 1% difference.

      Big picture look is not encouraging regarding today.

      But neither was Iowa.

      Michigan is important for the big MO going into the Ides of March.

      Liked by 2 people

      • yohio says:

        Again Joe not really Cruzes big win in Kansas skews the one percent Trump won by 10-12 thousand in Kentucky an Louisianna and barely lost in Maine. Most Cruz votes in kansas

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    • Bacall says:

      What is so interesting is the Kansas vote so swelled the Cruz final aggregate number. How does Kansas have so many delegates when less than 100,000 people voted?? Weirder than most.

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  38. Bull Durham says:

    Cruz picked up Ben Carson voters and people fleeing Rubio and he could not win a primary, didn’t win 3/4 or 4/4, and didn’t reach 50%.

    Where the hell can he will? And how? These were closed caucuses where crossovers or non-registered where unaware they had to be registered. Many were turned away. We know they came for Trump.

    Cruz is a big fish in a small pond. The conservative branch of the Party overestimates their numbers. They mistake ideological fervor as a base that is big enough with which to win.

    Like a guy who really does well in the minor leagues, but can’t hit big league pitching.

    Cruz should cut a deal, before he loses everything forever. Because he will not be Pres. or VP for eight years, and if Trump picks a young person, that person may do eight of his own.

    Cruz should give it up soon, make a deal, get influence for himself and conservative issues and screw the Establishment forever. He would be thought of as clever and a patriot.

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  39. rjcylon says:

    Can someone tell me how many delegates Trump picked up tonight, and how many for Cruz?

    Liked by 1 person

  40. kinthenorthwest says:

    Liked by 5 people

    • Dixie says:

      Did anybody notice that during certain segments of her diatribe against Romney, they were showing pictures of Donald Trump? Someone just catching a short clip or just parts of her commentary might think she was talking about Donald Trump instead of Romney. IMHO, Fox did that on purpose.

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    • smiley says:

      GOOD for this savvy woman to talk about the brokered convention on a cable network.
      too many people have no idea what it is, much less how it will impact the outcome.
      and clinton.

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  41. yohio says:

    So what’s the counter to the GOPe coalescing around Cruz in closed primaries? We have done our best to get information out to people to switch to republican. They are going to try to pull same trick in Michigan

    Liked by 2 people

    • rinokiller says:

      If you know the plan, then spill it out to the others. They have the right to know what is going on

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      • yohio says:

        ?
        Rinokiller I’m asking what’s the plan or counter to what they did in Maine? If talking about because I suggested Michigan something going to happen there it’s because IMO easier for fraud, lots of dems voters who can switch. Ohio already going to be a mess with ballot and having to cast two votes. North Carolina establishment basically said will cheat and do anything to make sure Trump doesn’t win there

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  42. rjcylon says:

    Hey guys I hear Cruz made a deal with the devil and is the anti-christ. Talk about making bad deals!

    We all need to prepare for the possibility of a Trump/Cruz ticket. I’m not saying I am convinced that is what is going to happen. But if it does I will still vote for Trump, no matter what. Are you willing to still vote for Trump if he chooses Cruz as VP?

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    • singtune says:

      Never~! Trump will not pick a Constitutionally Ineligible Person or a Died in the WOOL Globalist to be V.P, ever~!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Trumped says:

      Give it a break.
      There is no indicator of that at all.
      If Trump has the majority of delegates and some + then he chooses VP.
      Trump is well on his way for the majority of delegates. Having states go for other candidates is totally normal and expected in every pres. race.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      Why would Trump choose Lyin’ Cruz when he knows the Constitutional lawyer is Constitutionally ineligible?
      P.S. I need an extra income. How much is the GOPe paying you to promote Cruz?

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  43. Kay Elle says:

    A Trump/Cruz ticket might be worth it just to watch Glenn Beck slit his wrists on live TV.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. I went searching for historical numbers on Maine Primary turnout:
    1996- closed primary ~100,000 votes
    2000- closed primary 97K votes
    2008 first caucus 5.4K votes
    2012 caucus 6.1K votes
    2016 caucus 18.5K votes
    First take away is the number of voters disenfranchised by the caucus system. Second take away is what caused a 300% increase in caucus numbers. Seems like the party is stirring the pot.

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  45. Linda Ruth says:

    Jim Stone opinion, but isn’t it obvious anyway?

    March 6 2016
    “The election is clearly and obviously being stolen.”

    “My estimate is that to date, over 35 percent of Trump’s rightful delegates have been stolen via election rigging. And that cannot be allowed.”

    “Massive vote fraud in Kansas, with over 50 percent of Trumps votes stolen. Auto bans on forums and comment sections for pointing it out. Massive troll teams calling Trump violent, scary, and bigoted in response to people who say anything in favor of Trump.”

    “Trump has now said the EPA and Department of Education will be disbanded if he gets in. Those two agencies are awful close to being the biggest enemies of the American people, and of America’s future. Obviously the biggest two are the prison/legal system and the family courts. But the EPA and Department of Education are awful close second, and for Trump to target those really means A PEACEFUL SOLUTION IS ON THE TABLE.”

    http://82.221.129.208/ifyouareinamericayouprobablycantseethisn4.html

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  46. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    Huge headlines hyped THE MASSIVE TURNOUT of Kansas caucus voters. MORE THAN DOUBLE of 2012. It looks impressive until you look at the actual numbers. Less than 5% (4.7) showed up at the republican caucus. I realize that people have the ‘right’ to stay home and not vote just as much as they have a right to vote. What many of them don’t understand is the also must suffer the consequences for not showing up.

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