Post Mini-Tuesday Election Night Debrief – “The Kitchen Sink Missed”…

trump smile 3No single candidate has ever faced such intense vitriol as we have seen in the past week against Donald Trump.  The entire DC based professional political apparatus has thrown everything, including the kitchen sink, at him.   Trump’s still standing, because WE are still standing. Steadfast, at his six!

The GOPe attack, led by Mitt Romney, is running into the reality of the electorate.  We are wise to their schemes and tricks.  The Rebel Alliance is well positioned and controlling the geography.

Let’s take a look at last night, state by state:

Michigan – Three intensely wonderful results.  ♦ First, Donald Trump wins with around 37% of the vote in a state that is very in tune with the message of how important it is to destroy the TPP trade deal; and how Donald Trump is the definitive candidate to restructure the manufacturing base and save the middle-class blue collar base.

♦ Second, Donald Trump wins the southern part of Michigan which borders Ohio.  This is an important aspect to remember considering the head-to-head race next week between Donald Trump and Ohio Governor John Kasich.   The Southern Michigan/Northern Ohio media markets share a base of consumer.   Trump carried this electorate.

♦ Third, John Kasich had hoped to do well in Michigan, he comes in a very disappointing 3rd place considering his expectations and investments in the race.  Again, this portends very well for Donald Trump going into March 15th and the primary race in Ohio, and Illinois.

Remember, Kasich is NOT on all district ballots in Illinois because his original role never included a need for him to do much there to assist the GOPe road-map.  He was only supposed to be the Ohio “splitter”.

Mitt Romney ConfusedIdaho – No outcome personifies how the Romney “Kitchen Sink Approach” missed, more than the result in Idaho.

By Mitt  Romney giving the Mormon base in Idaho marching instructions to support Ted Cruz, his plan backfired because Rubio dropped so low in the outcome he didn’t meet the minimum result for delegates.

If Romney had kept his mouth shut, Trump would have probably ended up with a win in Idaho, but less delegates.    If Trump had won Idaho with 40%, and Cruz and Rubio each had 30%, Trump would have received less delegates than the current outcome.

Because of the vote-shifting scheme, Cruz won but didn’t get 50% (the threshold for winning all 32 delegates), and because Rubio came in with less than 20% (the threshold for any delegates), Cruz won the state but Trump (in second place) exits with more delegates than if he had won but all three candidates shared delegates.

Oh, the irony is just too delicious.

Mississippi – There is no more wonderful outcome than was evidenced in Mississippi.

Today, as Mitch McConnell wakes up to read the newspaper, the wolverines in Mississippi have placed a big sign on his front lawn saying:

“Was Thad Cochran Worth It”?

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A special shout out in Mississippi Mitch Tyner and Charles Evers.  Some may think these two men are distinctly different, we do not.  They are both exceptional patriots.  They both bleed Red-White-and-Blue.

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Tyner having been the attorney for Chris McDaniels knew what would happen when the race-baiting attacks were attempted.  Evers knowing there was nothing more transparently ridiculous than such race-driven attacks.

Between them, they bookended a massive showing of support within the black Mississippi community for a candidate willing to put America First, Donald Trump.  Sign me up for the first fish fry.  Warmest possible regards to both of these heroes. Brilliant !

The message to the scheming GOPe team is: “Don’t Try To Go Full Mississippi Again”, it’s not professional – it’s personal…

Mississippi also became the sixth state to deliver the 50% +1 (Rule 40) delegates which means Team Trump only need two more states to qualify at the convention under current rules for nomination.   The GOPe will have a much harder time trying to change that rule, with a candidate, one candidate, who shows up having qualified under it.

The cherry on the top of an absolutely fantastic election night was….

Hawaii – Donald Trump finishes off the night by winning Hawaii with around 45% of the vote, Cruz second (32%) and Rubio barely getting more than 10%.

Four state contests, Trump wins three of the four, and gets more delegates in the second place finish (Idaho) than if he had won.   How’s that for a good night?

little marcoThe outcome only looks better when you consider the “political narrative” moving forward.

Marco Rubio didn’t win a single delegate in Michigan, Mississippi or Idaho and it looks like maybe, maybe, he’s get ONE delegate in Hawaii – THAT’s IT !

Marco Rubio is no longer able to run as a viable nominee for president.

Rubio has absolutely no momentum going into the Florida race, and any vote for Rubio can only be considered an anti-Trump vote to support a desperate bid to block Trump at the convention.  There is no other reason to vote for Rubio.

For John Kasich, again he placed third in Michigan, and didn’t even appear relevant in any other contest.  Like Rubio, Kasich has zero momentum going into the March 15th primary race for Ohio.   The transparency of motive, as a tool for the Romney Road-Block, now has a massive spotlight upon it.   That “I’m-only-casting-a-protest-vote” scenario is not exactly a strong motivating factor for Kasich supporters to show up to the polls.

Both Governor John Kasich and Senator Marco Rubio are now wearing the banner of pathetic tools for the GOPe.   Feel free to hammer this point home.

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844 Responses to Post Mini-Tuesday Election Night Debrief – “The Kitchen Sink Missed”…

  1. faridrushdi says:

    From the story: “By Mitt Romney giving the Mormon base in Idaho marching instructions to support Ted Cruz, his plan backfired because Rubio dropped so low in the outcome he didn’t meet the minimum result for delegates.”

    We Idaho Mormons take no marching orders from anyone save the president of our church, and Mitt Romney is NOT that guy. We voted for him in 2012 en masse only because he was the Republican nominee and we don’t vote Democrat. That said, we held our noses and voted for Romney because he was a very liberal candidate. The talk in church that year was about wishing we had alternative.

    Having lived in Idaho for almost 30 years, I can tell you there ARE reasons that Donald Trump lost here last night, and none of them had to do with the LDS faith. Exit polls showed Cruz won with Mormons, and he won with Catholics, and he won with Episcopalians, and he won on the religious eastern side of the state and he won in the western secular side of the state. Cruz won because we’re a rock-ribbed conservative state and the voters believed they were best served by Ted Cruz.

    The reason they thought that is that we were inundated with thousands of ads for the last month from both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. But there was silence from the Trump campaign. Cruz visited Idaho twice, and Marco Rubio was here on Sunday just down the road from me. But Donald Trump never came for a visit. When a candidate doesn’t put up advertisements, and he doesn’t visit, he allows his opponents to frame the discussion and more often than not he loses.

    So Donald Trump lost Idaho because he never tried to win. My guess is he realized that the combination of religion, conservatism and a closed primary indicated Idaho was a lost cause and he put his time and money into Michigan and Mississippi. I would have done the same.

    Answers are usually found far deeper than a surface barely scratched. Romney’s temper tantrum didn’t effect our vote at all. It was in fact a topic of ridicule during Sunday School this past Sunday. I was just one of 1,400 people to vote for Trump in my county. This Mormon did all he could do, and there was no lock-step marching orders involved.

    Go Trump 2016!

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    • Bravo! Good analysis.

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    • Martin says:

      It’s all good. According to sundance, Trump would have picked up less delegates had he won Idaho so this was the best outcome because, at this point, it’s all about delegates.

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    • MVW says:

      Thank you for a well thought out comment and for taking the time out to set the record straight. Mormons that I have met are generally level headed.

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      • grainofsalt2 says:

        Fair enough. I just don’t understand why the religious people prefer a liar and a fraud versus Candidate Trump who has the best interest of heart for ALL citizens of America. A Candidate Trump who has the intention of saving and helping the Christians of the world regardless of their different faiths from being destroyed and killed. I am a Catholic but never will I vote for a Liar and a Fraud just because Lyin’Ted is waving a Bible in front of me.

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    • nnud says:

      We shall see in Utah, right?

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Well said my friend. Nobody worked harder than Trump but he couldn’t be everywhere and your reasons for his not going to Idaho makes perfect sense. Thank you for coming out to vote for Trump. Blessings to you.

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    • BG says:

      I’ll have to second faridrushdi here. I’m in Idaho, but the north, and am Catholic. I personally got emails from Cruz, and also saw several TV ads for him. But all our info about Trump was from national media, whether formal or informal.

      I in fact was very concerned that Cruz would get over 50%, and was somewhat relieved that Rubio managed to siphon off enough of his potential support to prevent that. Rubio failing to get 20% also provided some lulz. The 12 delegates for Trump was, for all practical purposes, the best possible scenario for him.

      And yes, it’s not just Mormons who delivered for Cruz, although Trump was in the teens support in the southeast Mormon part of the state, behind Rubio even, so they were in fact the worst. But we do have quite a lot of evangelical and Calvinist Cruzbots in the southwest and north, just like they do in the Plains states like Kansas.

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    • singtune says:

      Excellent points & all Correct as I see that situation ~! Plus TRUMP got more delegates than if he had won,~~ with both Rubio & Cruz doing well.

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    • helenerbrown says:

      Good answer and thank you for the input. Similar reasons for close call in Louisiana and even some friends switched to Cruz at last minute mostly because of TV advertising.

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    • Interesting…thank you for your onsite analysis. I am one generation removed from Idaho and so I assumed facts similar to SD.

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    • amjean says:

      Nicely said, however, I would never vote or not
      vote for a candidate based on whether they visited
      my state. Negative ads from the other candidates
      usually turn me off (unless I know the facts, if there
      are any). I think it is our responsibility as voters
      to research the candidates and what we want
      for our country.

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  2. budmc ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ says:

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    • darcy says:

      She’s a finger-in-the-air sort of girl and has decided, probably correctly, that Mr. Trump will pass her over when time comes to staff his administration; and with the increasingly wide window we’re all getting into Sen. Cruz’s affiliations — and therefore, goals — she knows full well he’s pure establishment, all his “patriotic” blather to the contrary.
      Look at what I do, not what I say: a fitting motto for Ted Cruz.

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      • Joe says:

        The smart member of the GOPe and the one with balls supports Cruz to stop Trump and may start a trend, but it is too late. Like Reagan, Trump may find it advisable to select a member of the GOPe as his running mate to keep the GOPe from bolting the party. In that event she will be on the short list of possible candidates.

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        • thurmrob says:

          If Trump picks a GOPe for VP he better get some more bullet proof vests. They have a history in this country when they don’t have the people’s vote of getting picked for VP and then either running a shadow government or taking the oath after the President is taken out by a so called madman.

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  3. David Farrar says:

    ALERT! ALERT, IMPORTANT NEWS ALERT
    Why did the Ohio GOPe put a “proportional” allocation system on a winner take-all ballot?*
    * Source: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/you-wont-believe-what-they-did-to-the-ohio-ballot-to-stop-trump_032016

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    • Roadrunner says:

      This is the sort of establishment crapola that really ticks me off!
      They do everything they can to thwart the will of the people and force their will upon us!
      Their greed and corruption has no boundaries no low seems to low for them!
      Hopefully this matter gets straightened out.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Perhaps throwing a “life preserver” to John Kasich, in my opinion.

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    • Concerned says:

      This was a CTH topic from a day or two ago.

      Ohio used to award delegates proportionately, and they used to do it for their at-large delegates as well as their congressional district delegates. But they switched to winner-take-all for this year’s election. It looks like the people printing the ballots were not made aware of the change, or else they thought that it was winner-take-all separately for at-large and congressional district (which is possible to do).

      We need to find the actual Ohio GOP statements which explain how they intended the delegates to be allocated this year. I will look, please someone else post it if you have it.

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      • Concerned says:

        Last year legislators changed the primary date to allow for a winner-take-all primary — a move widely see as an effort to help Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s candidacy. But the legislation that moved the primary left the rules for the ballot language unchanged. […] The Ohio Republican Party intends to use the tallies from the at-large slate – the first item at the top of the GOP primary ballot – to determine which candidates will get all of the state’s 66 delegates to the Republican National Convention in July in Cleveland. […] the Republican Party is urging its voters to vote for both, marking the same candidate in the second slate as in the first. County boards of elections will tally both slates. “It’s been our position that we’re going to count both columns, because they’re both on the ballot,” Eck said. But the district delegate vote is essentially meaningless.

        http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2016/03/youre_not_seeing_double_gop_pr.html

        We need to make sure that all Ohio Trump voters mark Trump in both places, just to be safe.

        By the way, it was back in May 2015 that Ohio legislators and Governor Kasich changed the date of the Ohio primary from Mar 8 to Mar 15. RNC rules require proportionate allocation of delegates if the primary occurs before Mar 15. I love how Kasich changed the primary to benefit himself.

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  4. Loved this line from last night

    “I’m for fair trade or fair and balanced trade as you would say at Fox.”

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  5. Nottakingthisanymore says:

    Just saw a clip of Mittens on Kimmel Live where he reads a tweet that said Mit Romeny is a Loser and he agrees. I would love to see that in an endless loop.

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  6. Oildskool says:

    Does anybody know what “file” it was that supposedly recently got sealed about Cruz? I’ve read there are no records of any kind substantiating even legal U.S. Citizenship.

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    • duchess01 says:

      TED CRUZ IS IN THE US SENATE ILLEGALLY?

      http://www.newswithviews.com/JBWilliams/williams317.htm

      It appears his citizenship papers have been sealed – the most critical papers – but, hey our current prez sealed his on the first day in office – after fighting for years to withhold them –

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      • grainofsalt2 says:

        It still does not make it right for Lyin’Cruz to seal his birth records just because the sitting president did it, Lyin’Cruz is allowed to do the same. Two wrongs do not make a right.

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      • Daniel says:

        All of the filings against Cruz are about his eligibility for president. Perhaps it should be for his eligibility for the senate. I guess that is/has been the case. It just blows my mind that despite how obvious it all is, government does its best to avoid it.

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        • duchess01 says:

          He belongs to a special club – they protect each other – they are everywhere – in every job – in every court – and they do not respect the Constitution – don’t be fooled – neither does anoinTed!

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    • sheree252 says:

      Any records containing his CRBA form. The State Department requires this for every child of a citizen born in another country. Its the Consular Report of Birth Abroad that MUST be filed at the U.S. Embassy by the time the child is 18 in order for U.S. CITIZENSHIP to be transferred. Cruz has never supplied this form, not once. His mother’s records are also sealed. She is on the Canadian Voter Registration Roles in 1974 (a time period when dual citizenship was not recognized in CA and you had to be a citizen of CA to be on those roles). Releasing a copy of Mom’s B.C. is irrelevant, because we need to see later records to determine WHY she was on those roles. Those are the sealed records. Also sealed is how Cruz obtained his U.S. passport with a Canadian Birth Certificate.

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      • Reposted this on Limbaugh’s FB page where is trying say that the GOP hates Cruz more than Trump because he REALLY is an outsider.

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      • paulyho39 says:

        This all seems so strange to me! My two eldest children were born in Alberta Canada in 65 and 67 and they have had dual citizenship from day 1. We came back to the states for a number of years, and then returned to Canada…the two were given US passports with no problem…but they were also considered Canadian citizens and we had no problems with either country. Dual citizenship WAS acknowledged and accepted during that time, so I’m puzzled by what was said about Cruz not being able to get a US passport with Canadian Birth Certificate…citizenship! No problem for my kids!

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        • sheree252 says:

          It has to do with the Canadian Citizenship Act of 1947 (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/cit/overview/hist.asp – valid between 1/1/1947 and 2/15/77. Under the 1947 Law (in effect in 1970) dual citizenship was not recognized. More here: (http://www.examiner.com/article/proof-that-ted-cruz-did-not-become-a-us-citizen-at-birth)
          My guess is your children either fell through the cracks, or somehow the revised 1977 laws came into effect by the time they applied for their passports.

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        • skifflegirl says:

          Canada did not recognize dual citizenship in 1970 BUT UNITED STATES DID. So on our side of the border, he could be considered a dual citizen. It’s the U.S. law that Ted is citing. Whether that makes any difference hinges on his mom getting the Consular Report of Birth Abroad(CRBA) – which he has declined to produce because, I think, it is considered a form of NATURALIZATION, therefore NOT a Natural Born Citizen (NBC). I believe this is correct from what I researched at North American Law Center: http://northamericanlawcenter.org/ted-cruz-is-in-the-u-s-senate-illegally/#.VuB9-_krK01

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          • singtune says:

            Right! It is a Form of NATURALIZATION~! I have read everything I could on this subject & that is my conclusion too, “skifflegirl”.

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            • skifflegirl says:

              So Cruz is damned if he shows his CRBA and simply deflects requests for it. Very obamaesque.

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              • sheree252 says:

                Exactly! He needs the CRBA to prove U.S. Citizenship, but at the same time the CRBA proves Naturalization, not Natural Born. So he cannot release it because he’s screwed either way. He could never be a citizen of the U.S at all born abroad without an Act of Congress and any Acts of Congress (citizenship laws, codes, statutes or amendments) always refer to Naturalization as Congress cannot create or legislate Natural Born! So he deflects trying to prove it through his Mom’s place of birth in Delaware and a 1952 Naturalization Act. His mom is not running and the Naturalization Act is just that – Naturalization. I am continually amazed people cannot grasp this.

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                • skifflegirl says:

                  I think that this site has shown over and over that ‘gaslighting’ – “a form of mental abuse in which information is twisted or spun, selectively omitted to favor the abuser, or false information is presented with the intent of making victims doubt their own memory, perception, and sanity – is Ted Cruz’ and the elites most effective strategy with the support of the main stream media. It’s a formidable technique. Fortunately, most people are, or are becoming, very aware of this.

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        • In response to “paulyho39” ..

          The following is a SWAG — Scientific Wild Ass Guess — but grounded in some personal experience. Consider it a work of fiction if you like.

          The US does not care what Canada does or does not do. So as long as the US officials did not question your citizenship when you applied for a passport for your kids, no problem. This is important, see below.

          Now, Canada did worry about dual citizenship. Before Teddy was born, mommy really wanted (needed) social benefits when living in Canada. These benefits were available only to CA citizens, and she decided to apply. So when applying for CA citizenship, she went to the US consulate and denounced her US citizenship, and used this documentation to obtain CA citizenship as CA would not allow dual citizenship.

          Now Teddy is born, little Canadian:), and shortly after daddy-oh decides the weather in Texas is better and leaves mommy & Teddy in Canada. Then he has a change of heart, and decides that it would be better if all were to come to the US. This leads to the first “oh shit” moment.

          There is no CRBA, since Teddy is NOT a US citizen – the US Consulate in Alberta knew this, since mom denounced her citizenship there. So how does baby Ted (and mom) get back into the US ? By lying. Mom has a birth certificate (born in DE) .. see I am a US citizen. Believe me in those days, a drivers license allowed crossing back in (it did in Texas from Mexico) – (I assume similar informality at the CA border). Same with the kids. When my kids were traveling with me (road border crossing – not airports) as long as they were with me .. hey no prob. And if questions had been asked, Teddy’s BC listing mommy as birth mother – and she being a US citizen by birth – they would allow mother and child to enter.

          All is well again – everybody living in Texas. Now young Teddy is in high school, and his class wants to go on a foreign trip. Now he needs a US passport. This leads to the second “oh shit” moment. Teddy has no proof he is a US citizen (cuz he isn’t), and the passport people are not as easily fooled as the border people. So, mommy lies again, says she forgot about the CRBA – sheds some tears – does not disclose she has given up her US citizenship – and by hook & crook gets Rafael Eduardo a US passport.

          Now, this is where the plot thickens. So far Teddy has been a victim of circumstances – and overzealous parents. As he grows up and studies law, he starts asking questions.

          He finds out that (a) he is NOT a US citizen, but (b) daddy says that he is anointed by GOD, and (c) he starts to have political ambitions …

          What to do ? What to do ???

          Feel free to complete this narrative:)

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  7. JoeS says:

    RE, kitchen sink:

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  8. smcmull2 says:

    Are you old enough to remember when America “created” Disco Music, and then it was “rejected” by America, using the Bee Gees as scapegoats? All created by the Media… it’s what they do…

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  9. JoeS says:

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  10. zephyrbreeze says:

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  11. Chainsaw says:

    Hahaha Ka-sick held a victory rally for two third places and two last places last night!! So pathetic lololol :)

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  12. geoffb5 says:

    Many times support is bought with cash, like Fiorina for Cruz, other times it comes from the heart due to honesty and compassion.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Ain’t it better when it comes from the heart? Republicans are holding secret meetings to try to destroy Trump and they still don’t get it.

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  13. Let’s look at what has happened thus far, by state, in terms of primary election format, and ethnicity.

    There have this far been 26 state contests- three of which awarded no delegates – Colorado, Wyoming, and North Dakota. All three of these were caucus states, with respective black populations of 4.3 %, 1.3%, and 1.1%.

    Rubio has won one state – Minnesota, a caucus state, with a black population of 4.6%

    Cruz has won seven state contests – that look like this:
    Texas – Primary Election – Black population is 11.9%
    Oklahoma – Primary Election – Black population is 7.96%
    Kansas – Caucus – Black population is 6.2%
    Alaska – Caucus – Black population is 4.3%
    Iowa – Caucus – Black population is 2.7%
    Maine – Caucus – Black population is 1.0%
    Idaho – Primary Election – Black population is 1.0%

    What this means is “Non-Trump” candidates (all of them combined) have won eight out of the 23 state contests so far..

    But – “non-Trump” has won only three out of 15 state contests that were not caucuses, and only one contest out of 11 state contests that were in states with black population above 8%. And, Cruz’s home state of Texas (11.9% black) accounted for the lone state above 8% black population, and one of the three non-caucus states (the other two non-caucus states being Oklahoma and Idaho).

    Let’s look at the 15 states that Trump won:
    Mississippi – Primary Election – Black population is 37.3%
    Louisiana – Primary Election – Black population is 32.4%
    Georgia – Primary Election – Black population is 31.4%
    South Carolina – Primary Election – Black population is 28.5%
    Alabama – Primary Election – Black population is 26.4%
    Tennessee – Primary Election – Black population is 16.8%
    Arkansas – Primary Election – Black population is 15.8%
    Michigan – Primary Election – Black population is 14.2%
    Virginia – Primary Election – Black population is 10.9%
    Nevada – Caucus – Black population is 9.0%
    Kentucky – Caucus – Black population is 8.2%
    Massachusetts – Primary Election – Black population is 8.1%
    Hawaii – Caucus – Black population is 3.1%
    New Hampshire – Primary Election – Black population is 1.2%
    Vermont – Primary Election – Black population is 0.9%

    Thus – what we see is that Trump does relatively poorly in caucus states – winning only three out of eight caucus contests that awarded delegates. And – Trump did poorly in “lily white” states – in the ten contests that awarded delegates, and were in states with less than 8% black population, Trump won only three.

    So – we can deduce that Trump’s relative advantage lies in states that have straightforward primary elections, and have black populations above 8%.

    What do things look like for the remaining 24 state contests? Well, to start with, only one of them is caucus format – Montana, with caucus on 7 June (0.7% black population – the lowest black population of ANY state). I suspect that Montana will go to Cruz – just like its neighbor Idaho, which has the third lowest population of black citizens in the country.

    Of the other 23 states with straightforward primary elections, the ethnicity demographics look like this:

    (“H” indicates state that is also one of top 10 states by Hispanic population)

    Maryland – Primary Election – Black population is 30.1%
    North Carolina – Primary Election – Black population is 21.6%
    Delaware – Primary Election – Black population is 21.0%
    Florida – Primary Election – Black population is 15.9% (H)
    New York – – Primary Election – Black population is 15.2% (H)
    Illinois – Primary Election – Black population is 14.9% (H)
    New Jersey – Primary Election – Black population is 14.5% (H)
    Ohio – Primary Election – Black population is 12.0%
    Missouri – Primary Election – Black population is 11.5%
    Pennsylvania – Primary Election – Black population is 10.8%
    Connecticut – Primary Election – Black population is 10.3%
    Indiana – Primary Election – Black population is 9.0%
    Rhode Island – Primary Election – Black population is 7.5%
    California – Primary Election – Black population is 6.7% (H)
    Wisconsin – Primary Election – Black population is 6.7%
    Nebraska – Primary Election – Black population is 4.5%
    Arizona – Primary Election – Black population is 4.2% (H)
    Washington – Primary Election – Black population is 3.7%
    West Virginia – Primary Election – Black population is 3.6%
    New Mexico – Primary Election – Black population is 3.0% (H)
    Oregon – Primary Election – Black population is 2.0%
    Utah – Primary Election – Black population is 1.3%
    South Dakota – Primary Election – Black population is 1.1%

    So – 12 out of the 23 remaining primary states have a black populations of 9% or greater.

    Seven of the ten states with the highest Hispanic populations also have yet to vote. Of the other three, Cruz won Texas, Trump won Nevada, and Colorado awards no delegates early in the process.

    In the 12 remaining states with high minority populations, Trump’s campaign needs to focus on:

    1) Encouraging black and Hispanic supporters to register to vote, as Republicans.
    2) Inviting “crossover” voters from the Democratic plantation to register as Republicans.
    3) Aggressively battling the opposition forces that will surely continue to misrepresent Trump as a racist.

    Cruz and Rubio have thus far shown little traction in non-caucus states with high minority populations. Trump needs to continue to dominate in these states. In the other 11 states, he needs to prioritize winning in California, and do his best to win the rest of the “whiter” states.

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    • tampa2 says:

      SteveSykes..
      The problem is, the GOPe knows this, as well, and thus the “race card” will manifest itself in a malicious narrative orchestrated by the GOPe and the MSM. IT WILL get very ugly, nasty and go full nuclear, most likely on the eve of Florida/Ohio. Expect a bombshell with no time for Trump punch back.

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    • stringy theory says:

      Preacher rafael has basically won the states that went to Huck and Santorum plus is home state and neighboring state and a couple of others. He is running out of states he can win regardless of whether the sweaty cuban pool boys remains in the race or not. After Fl and OH, it will be all downhill for crudz.

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    • BG says:

      I’m quite surprised and pleased that Hawaii went for Trump. I was expect Cruz or even Rubio to get it.

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    • skifflegirl says:

      Very well done, Steve Sykes! I wrote something similar last week when it was too soon after Super Tuesday #1 to find any statistics so I did my own research as well: http://detonite.com/black-support-for-trump-on-rise/

      Georgia is third highest percentage of Blacks proportionally, but have the greatest number. So I used that state’s results and looked at the counties with highest concentration and, of course, Trump won all of those counties. Some counties in Georgia had a really high number of votes for Hillary compared to Trump, but mostly Trump got at least half the number of votes Clinton received. I’m no statistician, but no other candidate did anywhere near as well as Trump in the Black precincts.

      Very interesting stuff!

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  14. ssupsky says:

    Response to a letter from Mr.Trump after winning Mississippi and Michigan

    Dear Mr. Trump,

     Thank you for your hard work and sacrifice to Make America Great Again, to restore this nation to her values. No one in modern times has ever given so much for so little reward. You truly are a great American that through your words and deeds has proven beyond a doubt that you revere this nation and her ideals, that we are nation united under God to defend the corruption the world tries to force upon us.
    
     If no one else shows you appreciation, please let it be known that your efforts are heartfelt and that We the People are grateful that you are willing to lead us in bringing the land that we love back to values upon which she was founded. Those values being life, liberty, and happiness for all men and women.
    
     You, in your campaign have shown that you are no respecter of color or gender, rather you treat everyone with equality. Your sincere love for people is shown by the words you speak and the actions you perform. That you have proven yourself is evidenced in how you have raised your children and how they love and respect you.
    
     In closing, I would like to thank you for being the leader that America needs in this time of division. You unite the people to stand behind the principles that made this nation great. Thank you Mr. Trump
    

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    • ssupsky says:

      Dear Mr. Trump,

       Thank you for your hard work and sacrifice to Make America Great Again, to restore this nation to her values. No one in modern times has ever given so much for so little reward. You truly are a great American that through your words and deeds has proven beyond a doubt that you revere this nation and her ideals, that we are nation united under God to defend the corruption the world tries to force upon us.
      
       If no one else shows you appreciation, please let it be known that your efforts are heartfelt and that We the People are grateful that you are willing to lead us in bringing the land that we love back to values upon which she was founded. Those values being life, liberty, and happiness for all men and women.
      
       You, in your campaign have shown that you are no respecter of color or gender, rather you treat everyone with equality. Your sincere love for people is shown by the words you speak and the actions you perform. That you have proven yourself is evidenced in how you have raised your children and how they love and respect you.
      
       In closing, I would like to thank you for being the leader that America needs in this time of division. You unite the people to stand behind the principles that made this nation great. Thank you Mr.Trump
      

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  15. teajr says:

    We’re stationed out here in Utah, via San Antonio, and I must say that I have found Mormons to be very polite and tidy people. One thing is for sure out here, the Mormon Church runs this State, w/o exception, and they do indeed take marching orders from on-high.

    We’re still registered to vote in Tx, but we’re considering swapping to out here, although I’m not sure our Trump has much of a chance until the General Election in this State. Dmn Romney, and his Father too.. They’re anachronistic Dinosaurs. This is a soft Revolution, and we’re not gonna take it no mo. (<– Pastor Manning lol)

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      You realize that Salt Lake City just elected it’s first gay mayor, a lesbian, who is hardcore leftist. Salt Lake City ranks 7th gay population in the US at 4.7%, according to Gallup. They just had “sex week” at the University of Utah. The Book of Mormon play that mocks the church is still playing in Salt Lake. There are rabid environmentalists who are an infestation throughout the State, and their cozy relationship with BLM. All of these groups are actively against the LDS church. So if the church “runs” the state – it’s more like herding cats.

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      • nnud says:

        Bull, other than 2 cities, Ogden and Salt Lake City the vast majority of residents in every town and city is heavily Mormon, and they vote in high numbers.

        Utah will vote for Cruz or Romney if he gets in over 65%

        No cats just people that follow lockstep.

        By the way Mormons are in favor of all forms of immigration because they believe they are their Lamanite brothers and sisters

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        • teajr says:

          yep.. and they get around the World. When we were stationed in Japan, I remember seeing two Missionaries riding bikes down the street. I remember thinking, “It’s physically impossible to escape two factions- Girl Scouts and Mormon Missionaries. And yes, the Girl Scouts were there too, and yes- of course I bought 10 gazillion boxes of their cookies.:-)

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        • zephyrbreeze says:

          In St. George, a massive retirement community the majority of people are not active Mormons. There are bars, lots of people move here from outside the state. Many snowbirds who are not Mormon. Many Las Vegas transplants. Lots of land issues with lots of liberals against the long-term locals. It doesn’t feel like a religious area.

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          • teajr says:

            It’s true that they’re are enclaves of what they’d term “Gentiles,” no doubt about it. But the street system is done in a grid pattern relative to their position to the main Mormon Tabernacle. e.g. 4500 N 2100 E etc… I live 45 mins N. of the Tabernacle on Hill AFB, and right outside the gates, it’s the same grid address system. My GPS does not like it either, very difficult to input. lol

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      • teajr says:

        Yes, I get what you’re saying, BUT, just like any location that is predominately Conservative, the Liberals move in for the “Takeover.” They eventually do and ruin the State. California used to be completely different than it is now, as well as Houston (where I come from.) This isn’t an accident, but a concerted and deliberate effort on the part of Libs, as is the infiltration of our Educational System.

        Tell me what is on the side of Utah State Trooper’s Cars or on Highway Signs??? Now tell me what the significance of that symbol is.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        The times they are a changing. Even 10 years ago can you imagine that a NY Billionaire could take the South? I’m lovin it. That rally in Madison, Mississippi gave me goose bumps.

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  16. MJR says:

    It’s déjà vu all over again: Romney-Ryan filed intention to run for presidency with FEC
    Any person who intends or is considering running for the presidency of the United States of America must register with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) by filing an FEC Form 1.

    Created in 1974 by Congress as an amendment to the Federal Election Campaign Act, the FEC is an independent regulatory agency to regulate campaign finance legislation — “to disclose campaign finance information, to enforce the provisions of the law such as the limits and prohibitions on contributions, and to oversee the public funding of Presidential elections.”

    The FEC’s website discloses that one month and 8 days ago on January 31, 2016, Mitt Romney and House Speaker Paul Ryan — the GOP’s 2012 nominees for president and vice-president, respectively — had filed precisely FEC Form 1, indicating their intention, once again, to run for the presidency. Their filing number is 1047622. At the bottom of their FEC Form 1 is the notation “Generated Thu Mar 3 21:32:42 2016,” which means that despite Romney’s denials to the press, his intention to run for the presidency remains contemporary and operative.
    From the Federal Election Commission website:
    FEC FORM 1
    STATEMENT OF ORGANIZATION
    FILING FEC-1047622
    1. ROMNEY FOR PRESIDENT, INC.
    C/O RED CURVE SOLUTIONS, LLC
    138 CONANT STREET, 2ND FLOOR
    BEVERLY, MA 01915
    NOTE: Address is different than previously reported
    Email: rfp@redcurve.com
    2. Date: 01/30/2016
    FEC Committee ID #: C00431171
    This committee is a Principal Campaign Committee.
    Candidate: MITT ROMNEY / PAUL D. RYAN
    Party: Republican Party
    Office Sought: President
    State is in District:

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  17. kathyca says:

    Re-posting my favorite send up of Trump in celebration of mini-Tuesday. He has every reason to “love” himself. Warning – a bit racy maybe. But hilarious, imo.

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  18. THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

    Ann Romney thanking Donald Trump after ‘two-faced mittens’ won Michigan primary in 2012.

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  19. truthandjustice says:

    Re all this talk about Trump can’t beat Hillary — think they’re holding out on indicting her so they can use her to hopefully siphon more votes from Trump. I still think the plan is after the Primaries are over to indict her and then nominate Biden/Warren. We shall see………..

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    • duchess01 says:

      IMHO – they are not going to indict Hillary – even if they do, the indictment (charge) won’t stick – and the current prez will pardon her – if they cannot have who they want – the RNC will support her and dump Trump – there are many ways to siphon votes – we have seen only a few – we cannot really put much stock in the polls because we know they are skewed – TPTB who control our country have tentacles in both parties – they obviously feel threatened by a Trump Presidency – and we feel threatened by his opponent –

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      • Concerned Virginian says:

        Drudge Report today has an article about Loretta Lynch stating that the Department of Justice is “not required” to indict based on recommendations.

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        • duchess01 says:

          Oh, but if you misspeak about a certain group – she will send the SWAT team out after you – with indictment to follow – is there any question in your mind they do not represent us?

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        • John Galt says:

          That would be a dream scenario. Trump vs Clinton — Loretta Lynch refuses to indict Hillary in spite of FBI recommendations.

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    • sammyhains says:

      They say Trump can’t beat Hillary because a few polls shows him down by a couple points in a hypothetical match-up in 8 months.

      But polls showed Hillary Clinton winning by 20 points in Michigan just last week, and she lost by 2.

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      All this talk of Hillary not beating Trump doesn’t include one other factor.

      Lots of young voters are going for Bernie. They’re watching him beat Hillary in some states and still come away with less delegates because of the superdelegate system.

      If those young voters all feel that Hillary and the Dems stole the nomination from Sanders, a lot of them will simply walk away from Hillary and cross the aisle to Trump.

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  20. Tuskyou says:

    Started calling for Trump today. Took a break when I got a text from a volunteer in South Carolina I’ve been talking to. She says some Ohio Republican ballots have listed Trump’s name twice. If you see this you MUST check both. Also some ballots have listed “open candidate at large” whatever that is. She spoke to the Ohio contact person named Nancy Mays and she is aware. I don’t do social media… Can someone tweet this? If anyone can look into this further I’d appreciate it. Dental appt in 45 minutes. I’ll check in later.

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  21. goingsunny says:

    Here’s a video of Trump’s main campaign person in Hawaii – a native Hawaiian – overwhelmed by Trump’s victory in Hawaii.

    Thank you, Hawaii! (Lovely State, we lived there for 5 years a decade ago.)

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  22. flight2q says:

    I can’t believe Marco has lost momentum. Marco would totes win Florida if tween girls were voting!

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  23. Sentient says:

    Hillary’s winning all the states she can’t win in the fall and losing the states she need in the fall.

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  24. kallibella says:

    Last night was a great night four Our Candidate!!! I especially appreciated the tone and attitude of the comments posted on this blog last night. It was very uplifting and I felt as though God had given Us another chance, a real actionable chance to begin the arduous task of recovering Our Constitutional Republic.

    Trump’s presser/victory speech last night was probably the best I’ve seen. He was conciliatory and gracious, and still reminded Little Marco that he [Trump] was still in campaign mode when he referred to him as “Little Marco,” and to Ted as “Lying Ted.” It was as if he never loses sight of the message; he is an excellent multitasker when it comes to handling his message. He owns his message!

    I loved how Trump rejects the PC premises of questions put to him by the press. The reporter who got Trump’s smack down asked something about needing to apologize for using foul language. This question came after Trump was asked his take on the ad against him showing him using cuss words that were bleeped in the ad. The point of the ad we all know. But Trump turned it around and said he thought the ad ended up working in his favor [something having to do with the reality of how angry and disillusioned the American people are concerning their failed Government]. The smack down was absolutely delish!:)

    What a refuge this blog is in the face of all that has gone on in the last several months and recently. “The kitchen sink missed” and Our Candidate came out victorious in last night’s contests and is on schedule to continue his/Our winning trajectory and onto Cleveland to be nominated.
    I think that the GOPe/RNC/elitists will try to derail the Trump Train, no doubt about it, but if they continue to abide by the rules and if Trump continues to meet the requirements of the rules, I don’t see how they are going to take the nomination from him.

    Maybe I am naive and not learned enough in this stuff, but I think they know We are onto to them and disenfranchising Us will be the last drop! Trump gave them a heads up last night when he called Us, his supporters to vote Republican down the ticket and to support the good ones in Congress, because we are going to need all to pull together to save this country from the precipice. Olive branch: to the GOPe remember the downstream ticket.

    Though Trump offered up this conciliatory offer, there are those who have already began to say that they would rather vote for HRC. Lame Cherry [whom I just started reading as of two days ago] offers this:

    http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/2016/03/hillary-clinton-only-republican-in.html

    The attacks and the angling continue to be exposed with the Trump candidacy!

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    • Deb says:

      I would steer clear of conspiracy sites like lamecherry. There is enough actual evidence and facts that need to be researched in order to stop corruption without turning to anonymous blogs full of conspiracy theories.

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      • kallibella says:

        LC may be a conspiracy blog, as you say, and I hardly need to defend it or its contents, but as for the article linked to my comment, the matter is something we have known in reference to the UniParty and how it matters nothing to them whether they have HRC or Jeb! in the WH. The establishment has already sounded its threat and warning that if DJT is nominated some among them couldn’t support him and would rather vote for HRC. Narrowly speaking LC is not at odds with much of what we have read on CTH on this particular matter.
        That was the only ground upon which I offered the link.:)

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      • singtune says:

        Sorry~! LameCherry is a LOT more than just a Conspiracy Blog~! I have done research for 18 1/2 years & a LOT of what is said on that Blog is” On the Mark”! YES~~Stated a bit of an”ARTY” manner~~but real at the same time.

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      • singtune says:

        Deb~~~Perhaps if you would take a look at “lamecherry”~~you would See that the Person writing that Blog~~”quotes” & goes along with MUCH of what SUNDANCE talks about here. At times, when SUNDANCE has been attacked, the person wrting that Blog, has defended him

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      • But Deb, you are anonymous. No pic, no name, no blog, no info. In fact you have provided nothing about yourself. I went back and checked out Lame Cherry’s blog and I see the Cherry is not really anonymous at all, and the Cherry’s faithful work dates back to 2008, bears much heart and soul, creativity, and lots of very good information. Yet you feel justified in dismissing and reducing Lame Cherry as “an anonymous blog full of conspiracy theories?”

        I realize not everyone is able and/or chooses not to be as open about themselves on the internet as I am so I am not knocking you or anyone else for that. But to be anonymous yourself and then knock Lame Cherry who is not as anonymous as you are is a little hypocritical.

        As for Lame Cherry, although the blog is anonymous, as many blogs are, the Cherry’s insight is much appreciated. In fact, in addition to insight, I “see” the Cherry has a GREAT BIG TENDER HEART!

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  25. Toontown says:

    I read an article by Lame Chery that worries me. Cruz is using a software that is turned on in certain states to favor Cruz. That’s how he got Kansas and Maine. He said it was financed by Mr. Mercer. They turned it on for Idaho. He call it the Control. Don’t know if it’s true but it’s concerning moving forward. I tweeted his article to Twitter. I hope someone else looks into this.

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    • keebler AC says:

      Voters have to obliterate Cruz’s fraudulent votes which I suspect is happening because Cruz always climbs towards the end of the ballot counting. It’s as if “something” is doing an algorithm and adding votes for him where it can escape statistical detection. Barack Obama’s 2012 election results were the same. When you have 120% ballots over registered voters that is an indicator but Romney did not challenge it.

      If Trump voters show up en massed to large to defraud, the machines cannot go 200% overboard or it is sure to signal a problem. What’s not yet built into the ballots is a way to detect abnormal statistics and red flag the machined ballots. Hope a solution is found – but in the meantime, people have to plan to GET THEIR BOOTS ON AND MARCH THEMSELVES TO THE BALLOT, TAKE 10 FRIENDS.

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    • Deb says:

      This site relies on facts backed up by evidence. If you want to bring up an issue, you need more than just an annonymous blog post to back it up.

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      • thetigerlily22 says:

        Why are you so antagonistic toward Lame Cherry? You don’t like the site, fine. No one is forcing you to read it, or to reply to people who do go there to learn from it.

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      • If people of America keep demanding proof for obvious common sense issues they will be slaves in bondage forever. People have been warning about the foreign invasion in this country for years and always there are they naysayers demanding “proof.”

        It’s possible we don’t have the exact way they are doing it but anyone with common sense and a minimal research knows it’s been going on for decades, and witness it every time Cruz has a caucus and now even in Kansas. Anyone who doesn’t believe vote fraud has been deciding US elections for decades is naive.

        A person commenting on a blog doesn’t need proof to make an observation or an opinion. Most of the ones I see on here are points of discussion and not out to hurt anyone nor Trump nor America. We are not writing articles nor thesis but just leaving polite comments. With the exception of myself and a few others on here, most, including yourself, do not identify themselves, but no one demands proof.

        I don’t know who the anonymous Lame Cherry is but I have read some of the articles, just as I read other anonymous people’s articles. We are not babies here. We can read for ourselves, decipher what we feel to be truth, and go on from there. What’s important on CTH are Sundance’s articles, they are fact-checked and solid. People come to read Sundance’s articles. The comments are plainly not articles and obviously just comments, opinions, and observations.

        There are also many non-anonymous articles available on the web by well-known writers. However, we find many of them are full of lies. Just like the lying articles about the Mussolini quote that turned out was not a Mussolini quote at all.

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    • singtune says:

      Roger Stone is ONTO the “FRAUD” ~~~& if you are concerned you can donate to that cause online.

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    • thetigerlily22 says:

      If you want to know more about the international emergence of vote fraud in the past decade or so, Lame Cherry covered it heavily in 2012. When you’re on the website sometime, type “Scytl” in the search engine on the upper left-hand corner. Lots of pertinent articles (with background “evidence” in links to back it up:) ).

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  26. redsequin4 says:

    Wonder what the Masters of the Universe and the GOPe elites were cooking up on that island? I mean Elon Musk was there. Are they planning on sending The Donald to Mars?:)

    Report: 54 Private Jets at Private Island Meet to Stop Trump… Ryan, Rove, McConnell, Musk, Cook, Page, Kristol…
    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2016/03/09/huffpos-grim-54-private-jets-at-meeting-to-stop-trump/

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  27. M. Mueller says:

    What do you make of this? http://www.breitbart.com/video/2016/03/09/huffpos-grim-54-private-jets-at-meeting-to-stop-trump/ Scares the heck out of me. I just want them to stop.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Sorry, guess we were typing at the same time.

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      • redsequin4 says:

        Looks like we were all on the same wavelength….lol.

        But seriously, this is crazy. I mean Cook and the rest of the 1%, who rely on cheap foreign labor, have to be worried. If DT clamps down on our “trading partners” who aren’t partners at all but rip-off artists, you can imagine their panic. Perish the thought Apple would be “cajoled” by our new President into making the IPhone in the US and not China.

        The globalists are worried sick the Vulgarians, previously known as the American people, are finally awake and are wearing their Rowdy Roddy Piper glasses to finally see them for what they are, vampires sucking the life out of our country. Sucks to be them right now. But they have a secret weapon, Karl Rove! He laid out a plan at their Secret-Decoder-Ring-Island-Getaway-Weekend to stop Trump and you know how good Rove is at this stuff.

        Karl Rove didn’t believe Obama won Ohio

        (well actually there was, IMO, massive voter fraud in that state but still Obama did “win” and Rove was stumped, he’s such a tool)

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        • TheseTruths says:

          I don’t understand why they are being so open about their intentions. Seems it would be to their advantage to keep all this under wraps, then spring it on people at the convention.

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          • todayistheday99 says:

            It’s in their DNA to reveal their plan. Bill Kristol is too smug and arrogant to keep his big trap shut. Like a little kid with a secret, “I know something that you don’t know”.

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          • redsequin4 says:

            Well they’re the Rulers of the World in their minds so I guess ego maniacs really could care less what we think. The optics are horrible but they’re not into finesse.

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  28. NYGuy54 says:

    I see the bad moon arising.
    I see trouble on the way.
    I see earthquakes and lightnin’.
    I see bad times today.

    New Quinnipiac Florida and Ohio Polls

    FLORIDA
    Trump 45%
    Rubio 22%
    Cruz 18%
    From March 2 – 7, Quinnipiac University surveyed 657 Florida likely Republican
    primary voters with a margin of error of +/- 3.8 percentage points

    OHIO
    Trump 38%
    Kasich 32%
    Cruz 16%
    From March 2 – 7, Quinnipiac University surveyed 685 Ohio likely Republican
    primary voters with a margin of error of +/- 3.8 percentage points

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/images/polling/ps/ps03092016_Fhs28mb.pdf

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  29. truthandjustice says:

    For those that can and want to help Trump — he needs volunteers in the upcoming primary contests, but also in the contests which have taken place to ensure that Mr. Trump is properly represented during the actual delegate selection process, especially in the face of the talk of a brokered convention.

    To learn how you can help the Trump campaign win the nomination, go to:

    http://www.donaldjtrump.com

    To learn how you can help stop the fraud:

    http://www.stopthesteal.org/

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  30. MouseTheLuckyDog says:

    Boy Rush is going nuts again.

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  31. IMO says:

    Roger Stone (@RogerJStoneJr) | Twitter
    https://mobile.twitter.com/RogerJStoneJr

    Stone is on fire. Go Roger!

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  32. IMO says:

    EXCLUSIVE: Jon Voight Endorses Donald Trump – Breitbart
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2016/03/09/jon-voight-donald-trump/

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    • shallbe4 says:

      I love Jon Voight. He stands with the people.

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    • TheTorch says:

      What is interesting about this endorsement, is he has appeared on the Glenn Beck Radio show a few times, and all was good back then, but Beck has gone insane since then, and Voight specifically mentions talk radio in his endorsement…

      There is no doubt who he is referring too!

      Wonderful endorsement, from a smart, conservative patriotic guy who loves the USA.

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  33. skifflegirl says:

    Reince is currently (yep, it’s live) having a bizarre altercation with the very pregnant Jenna Lee on Fox. He has filed a FOIA request with the State Dept. for Hillary’s emails, saying his request isn’t frivilous – considering entities like Judicial Watch have been on the case for years – because he has STANDING. He is contentious and argumentative (ah, the real Reince showing through) and methinks he is swinging shiny objects in front of us to pull our attention away from the HP report that a fleet of jets carrying Silicon Valley giants/DC elites and other big wigs converged on a ‘stop Trump’ pow wow that we’ve all been reading about the past two days.

    Oh, so transparent.

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    • truthseekerr says:

      all those elites watch Fox….

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    • Oldskool says:

      Probably an attempted deflection as you suspect, but I’m also thinking he’s fishing to see if any communication with Trump, looking for a silver bullet. Stupid people do funny things when desperate.

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      • skifflegirl says:

        They are stupid (or evil, or both) but the exchange was really contentious. To go on live TV and beat up on a very pregnant woman (obviously, I’m in favor of chivalry, especially towards women about to give birth) like that really shows a level of desperation. Filing a FOIA is completely frivolous at this point. Jenna said so and he just attacked her. It is noteworthy and SD our sensei has conditioned me to look past the trivial to see underlying motives.

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      The FOIA request was filed months ago. What Priebus has done on behalf of the RNC is file a LAWSUIT in Federal Court today. The RNC is seeking all emails and correspondence between Hilary and staff during her tenure as Secretary of State concerning Benghazi, The Clinton Foundation, and her server. Other entities seeking this info have also been ignored by the State Department, including the AP.
      Regardless of the reason for the lawsuit if it focuses attention back on deceitful Hillary’s lies and obfuscations, I’m all for it!

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    • TheTorch says:

      The wheels are coming off.

      The RNC supposedly top secret meeting exposed for all to see.

      Would it not be wonderful if sometime manages to get hold of audio or video of that meeting, can you imagine, the fun that could be had with that!😀

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  34. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This is a moving video on Trump – worth the watch.

    End The Fed

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  35. IMO says:

    Still Report #691 – Trump’s Amazing News Conference

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  36. IMO says:

    Ted Cruz: The Establishment Insider

    Canadian Cruz the globalist is 0bama part deux.

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      Sure is.

      In 2008 the person this list described was detested by “true conservatives”.

      Harvard educated.
      First term Senator.
      Poor attendance in Senate.
      Considered a “Constitutional scholar”.
      Constantly lectures everyone when he talks .
      Believes he’s smarter than everyone else in the room.
      Zero leadership abilities.
      Career lawyer/politician with no private sector experience.
      Raised by parents and family with zero loyalty to this country.
      Questionable eligibility.
      Records sealed to prevent investigation of said questionable eligibility.
      Sleazeball tactics to win elections.

      In 2016 the person that list describes is hailed as a hero by “true conservatives”.

      All you do is take a D and switch it to an R. No one can say the globalists have no sense of humor, they’re playing a giant joke on “true conservatives”.

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  37. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Here is Trump’s votes last night compared to Romney in 2012. He got over 208,000 more votes than Romney.

    Mississippi Michigan    Idaho   Hawaii  total   
    

    Trump 191,216 481,296 62,278 5,677 740,467 58.2%
    Romney 90,161 409,522 27,514 4,548 531,745 41.8%

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  38. JasonF says:

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  39. Thank you SUNDANCE!!! Our wonderful navigator decoder code breaker for tying this all together in a clear and simple enough for me to understand manner. I get lost in the numbers and delegates and the players and it is just superb how you condensed it, filtering out all the unnecessary fat and just gave us the meat! Like the fact that Trump actually got more delegates due to Romney’s manipulating things than Trump would have had Romney just let well enough alone. Thanks Mitt!

    I consider that fact a MIRACLE. Something meant for evil, a wicked trap laid out for Trump, they stepped in themselves! It’s awe-inspiring to watch how each person is a part of the body to make up the whole and yet all function as one. You are a very important part, as you have the God-given talent and gift for not just writing, but for navigating, decoding, and breaking their code, but also lead the way.

    And to the surprise of those that don’t really know God’s ways, those that keep the Holy Spirit in a bottle with their own formulas and to doubt for one moment that God sent to America the right man for the job. Even through their vote fraud, vote rigging, cheating, et al, Donald Trump was victorious! Perhaps the crooks got sloppy, perhaps they got confused, in any case our prayers for God to thwart the vote fraud was answered, even if in Idaho it occurred, Trump got extra delegates as a result!

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  40. thanks for the great article

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