Tripwire Alert – The Republican Party Now Admits They are Supporting Ted Cruz So They Can Lose To Hillary…

Remember – There will always be three “Battle Spaces”: ¹ The visible fight. ² The Generals. ³ The Politicians and Wall Street Decision-makers.

Look at this picture carefully.

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It’s actually a cropped screen-grab from a republican political ad that first ran in December 2013 when no-one was paying attention to 2016 presidential politics.

Throughout the early spring of 2014 the party ad popped up on various conservative sites and was widely distributed when few were paying attention.

We copied and saved the image, along with a host of other images and research data links, because that picture’s appearance coincided with our initial research into the GOPe roadmap to nominate Jeb Bush.

It was from these initial discoveries, and quietly tracking the various leadership members within the professional republican party and GOPe apparatus in Washington DC, that eventually led us to share the outline of the nomination path they were constructing. Eventually, that became The GOPe Roadmap.

Everything that has taken place from January 2015 to today was/is entirely predictable when you understand their original goals.

So it shouldn’t, at least to those who have read here for a while, come as a surprise to see an article today where the professional republican party admits they are now supporting Ted Cruz because they want Hillary Clinton to win in November ’16:

Republican elders, desperate to stop Donald Trump, are increasingly convinced they would rather forfeit the White House than hand their party to the divisive Manhattan billionaire.

That’s why the party’s establishment is suddenly rallying behind Ted Cruz, a man they’ve long despised and who has little chance, in the view of many GOP veterans, of defeating Hillary Clinton on Election Day. (link)

You should read the entire article; they’re not even trying to hide any more.  That’s a rather stark admission from the entire right side camp of the UniParty.  They’d rather see Hillary Clinton elected, than to see Donald Trump victorious.

mcconnell ryanThey” includes: the RNC apparatus (which in reality is nothing more than the donors who fund it), and the GOPe apparatus which is the Washington DC based professional arm of the Republican Party, the “establishment” (which includes Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell).

The Globalists, global financiers, Wall Street, and the downstream K-Street legislative Orcs (ex. Tom Donohue) who do their bidding, are doing exactly what we predicted and foretold they would do if they lost Jeb on the other side of their controlled equation.

Now, before moving on to the stuff that might be considered too unfathomable to even contemplate, I will admit this is written exclusively for YOU – so I don’t really want to see this distributed.  Unlike most within the blog-o-sphere per se’, what you see on these CTH pages is entirely here under the auspices of an underground conversation.  Small is good.

♦ Point One –  Every media website, MSM or Alternative,  and media outlet MSM or Alternative, is dependent on revenue.  Those who control the revenue control the content of those outlets – period.  Including large blogs like Lucianne, AT, and the Salem Communications Group (Human Events, Red State, Twitchy,) as examples.

Other obvious examples include: The Wilks Brothers purchased and underwrite The Daily Wire, a Ben Shapiro propaganda site.  Robert Mercer purchased and underwrites  Rupert Murdoch purchased and underwrites Fox News, etc.  Each of these are influence agents.

You should think of all media, traditional and non-traditional, as influence agents.  Then ask yourself why and what are they trying to influence?

You should do the same thought processing with polls.  Almost all polls are influence agents.  What and who are they trying to influence?   What is the value in broadcasting a Frank Luntz focus group?  Why broadcast what a group of people think in Florida?  What’s the purpose?… etc.

There are some, a few, valid media polls.  But someone always has to pay for the polling process.  Again, these are not altruistic endeavors.

♦ Point Two – There will always be things with are true, but unfortunately can never be proven.  Two examples:

First Example – I firmly believe the IRS targeting of Tea party and Patriot groups was a specific outcome of 1) the 2010 mid-term “shellacking”, 2) The SCOTUS Citizens United decision, 3) The White House seeking a way in the early years of their term to keep control of their legislative agenda.

Jack Lew (Obama’s Chief of Staff) and various White House agents, met and brainstormed ideas to dilute the position of their opponents.  As a consequence the IRS and DOJ scheme to weaponize the Dept. of Treasury began.

After discovery, Jack Lew became secretary of the Dept. of Treasury, insuring protection; and well, you know the rest of the political ‘hide-the-guilty-pea’ shell game. – HERE’s WHY – (w/ dozens of MSM embed links)

Second Example – I firmly believe the Benghazi murder fiasco was blood on the hands of both the Democrats (Via Hillary Clinton/State Dept) -AND- The Republican party leadership (via Intelligence Oversight Gang-of-Eight).

Both presidential finding memos in 2011 (Libya) and 2012 (Syria) authorized the joint State Dept./CIA operations which included various covert arms deals that make Iran/Contra seem like childs-play.  The oversight for both operations fell upon the Congressional Intelligence “Gang-of-Eight”. – HERE’s WHY – (w/ hundreds of MSM embed links)

However, despite my own opinion of these two examples being grounded in facts – that I can point to with specific reference and certainty – there’s also never going to be any accountability for either usurpation because both sides of the UniParty benefitted from them.

• The Democrats (White House and Leadership) and Big GOPe Republicans (Leadership) both benefitted from the Tea Party being targeted.

• The Democrats (White House and Leadership) and Big Gope Republicans (Leadership) both benefitted from hiding their duplicity in the Libyan/Syrian covert operations.  Both sides of the UniParty (4 members each party – with oversight) have blood on their hands.

Thus neither of these two events can ever hope to find accountability.  However, that doesn’t mean the truth underwriting my opinion isn’t real.  It just means history will never find the exposition in the news media.  99+% of America is oblivious.


Here’s the disconcerting unfathomable part.

We could never reconcile, fully reconcile, how Senator Ted Cruz fit into the grand scheme of the GOPe roadmap.  For the longest time we could find evidence of his affiliation, but never enough substance to identify the motive.  Unlike all of the other “splitters” there simply wasn’t enough historical reference to rule in, or out, a specific motive.

Cruz took office in 2013 and announced his decision to run in March 2015.  A short window to find the trail of evidence needed to determine motive.  As a consequence we always granted him benefit of the doubt.

However, as time progressed throughout 2015 (post announcement) things clarified which made the October ’13 though July ’14 begin to make more sense.   Sometime around late 2015, with mounting evidence of affiliations and activity,  I realized with specific certainty that Cruz was NOT outside the roadmap, he was actually within it.

cruz McConnellHowever, the final pixels needed for a clarified motive remained elusive.  Well, that was until last week and the revelation which fit like the missing piece of the Cruz/GOPe puzzle.

The GOPe dislikes Ted Cruz for the same reason the larger majority of the U.S. is turned off by him, his transparently inherent ‘do-anything-to-gain-status’ selfishness.  The original distrust born NOT because he’s an outsider per se’, but rather because he’s an INSIDER who decided the best way to advance himself was to bite the hand that fed him.

When Ted worked for George W Bush, he was angling for a bigger position than he received. As described, Cruz actually wanted to be the U.S. Attorney General.

Cruz was thinking (as a campaign lawyer who helped win the 00′ Florida election challenge) he had more pull than he actually did.  Thinking he possessed more juice because of some of his Texas connections.  His marriage to Heidi was supposed to solidify his position because she was actually held in higher regard than Ted within the Texas/GOPe sphere.

Ted Cruz was seen by the insiders as over ambitious, an opinion that was only reenforced by his ambitious reach and expectation to be named Attorney General.

So Ted Cruz decided since he knew the ins and outs of the GOPe (insofar as the GOP and Bushes were one and the same), and since he couldn’t advance any further within that sphere, that he would run against them.

He ran for Senate against a GOPe favorite in 2012 and won.  Cruz hoping this would show the GOPe that he was a serious contender and they would welcome him back into the fold.

Except, his actions backfired, mostly because of Ted’s outsider rhetoric, and also because his freshman year (2013) was spent antagonizing the very political group he would need to gain additional influence.

The customary view of Ted Cruz choosing to run for POTUS, appeared on its surface to be a slap in the face Jeb Bush and the GOPe. However, in reality, when considered against the backdrop of the GOPe Roadmap, his run was an olive branch by Ted to the GOPe.

How? Because two-year Senator Ted Cruz entered the race to split the conservative vote in order to help Jeb win.

Cruz was never supposed to be in his current position after Iowa.  New Hampshire, was always where Jeb’s path began.  Cruz was a needed splitter in the SEC states, and if the race got down to him and Jeb, well, the fact that Ted isn’t natural born was going to come out, forcing him to drop out, leaving Jeb and his millions in donor money as the last man standing.

This is the classic GOP maneuver.  An almost identical scheme to the process that allowed Mitt Romney to attain the nomination, with little support, in 2012.  Why do you think Jeb always spoke about winning without the base, and also losing the primaries to win the nomination?

In hindsight, it all makes sense now, doesn’t it?

Again, Trump was the wildcard the GOPe didn’t expect.  All other angles and players were carefully, strategically, and electorally mapped out.  But Trump screwed up the entire plan.  In July 2015, not knowing how it would all work out, Ted Cruz was sent to cozy up to Trump with a non-aggression pact, but Trump was no dummy.

Trump also knows the eligibility issue is a major problem, a major problem that can be beneficial at a contested/open convention.

However, no-one knows the scope and multi-trillion dollar consequences of the race better than those who constructed it (Battle Group #3).  As an outcome, those who understand the scope of the current race, are also the same power-brokers who work earnestly to control every possible outcome.

Throughout the first two months of 2016; as the race began to take on increasing shape, and against the reality the Trump juggernaut of vulgarians were not going to be easily stopped, Trump’s “eligibility ace-in-the-hole“, would need to be diminished as an insurance policy against Trump being victorious.

How would such influential power-elites remove the risk inherent in the Trump Eligibility Card?   Well, if you think deeply enough about it, they’d need to reference prior historical activity when such consequential presidential election decisions are made.

Who would ultimately be making such an emergency eligibility determination?  The “Natural Born Citizen” argument has never been settled before.  Mostly, because no-one with standing has ever faced a need to challenge its meaning.

But Trump has that “standing”.  And Trump has that eligibility challenge available to him.  So who would ultimately be charged with making such a consequential decision for all future American politicians to follow?

Follow the problem to its natural conclusion and you’ll find The Supreme Court of The United States.  Who on that panel would be most likely to be considered an “originalist” within that body of constitutional decision makers – and who would be virtually guaranteed to side with Trump’s challenge?

Donald Trump won New Hampshire February 9th, 2016.  Jeb Bush, who, according to the best laid plans – was supposed to begin rolling down the road of the GOPe roadmap, finished FOURTH.

Donald Trump won South Carolina February 20th.  Jeb Bush, again, finished FOURTH with only 7.8% of the vote.  Jeb suspended his campaign.

In between New Hampshire on the 9th, and Jeb’s exit on the 20th, was February 13th.

On February 13th, 2016 Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the originalist, died unexpectedly, on a ranch in Texas….

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…. as a direct and specific outcome, and as bizarre as it seems, against the backdrop of the 2016 Presidential election, both sides of the UniParty benefit.

Yet again.

Just a Reminder, this is an insurgency. – The modern enemy of Wall Street is Main Street vulgarians. The enemy of the RNC/GOPe is not Democrats, it’s Grassroots Conservatives, more vulgarians.

The Republican Party, and the Republican media apparatus, view us as their enemy. We are the enemy they need to protect themselves from:

In 2014, the RNC approved selection rules that govern how each state’s delegates are portioned out from the primaries. Under one of the changes, states holding their primaries between March 1 and March 14 will have their delegates doled out proportionately with election results, a change that will likely stymie a movement candidate.

States that have primaries on or after March 15 will be winner-take-all states.

That’s important because another RNC rule change requires that a candidate must win a majority of delegates in eight or more states before his or her name may be presented for nomination at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

With 18 GOP presidential candidates, for now, it will be that much harder for any candidate to win a majority in any state, let alone eight. (Article July 2015)

GOP-versus-Tea-PartyNow, ask yourself, why would the RNC want to “stymie a movement candidate“? Who exactly does that benefit? Obviously, the “non-movement” candidate, ie “the turtle“.

Isn’t the entire reason for campaigning in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina etc. to make a movement/momentum?

In addition Rule #40 changed in 2014 from previously five needed state wins, to a newer threshold of eight (8):

Officially, it’s Rule 40 in the RNC handbook and it states that any candidate for president “shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight (8) or more states” before their name is presented for nomination at the national convention. (article March 2014)

Again, ask yourself who does this benefit? A candidate can win seven states outright, and still not have their name presented for nomination?

These rules were made/affirmed in 2014 – Who or what exactly was the GOP concerned about blocking in 2016 that would necessitate such rules? When combined with other rule changes you can clearly identify a consolidation of power within the RNC apparatus intentionally constructed to stop the candidate of the GRASSROOTS from achieving victory.

It’s all part of their GOPe Roadmap.

♦ Reference and Resources – (links to internal MSM references are contained within prior outlines): RNC Rule Changes RNC Rule Battles

  1. Following The Money
  2. The GOPe Roadmap
  3. ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters
  4. ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
  5. ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
  6. ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
  7. ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
  8. ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
  9. ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
  10. ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
  11. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
  12. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
  13. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
  14. ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
  15. ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
  16. ♦ Florida Polling Exposes – Donald Trump defeating Jeb’s Florida Strategy
  17. ♦ Rush Limbaugh Discusses/AffirmsThe “splitter strategy”
  18. ♦ The Biden Paradox – Trump Winning Means Clinton Must Be Removed
  19. ♦ Salem Media Communications (GOPe Media Arm) Launches Attack
  20. ♦ Open Letter To GOPe – The Conservative Frustration
  21. ♦ Why The GOPe Will Never Stop Attacking Donald Trump
  22. ♦ Trump indicates he is well aware of the GOP Mississippi Trickery 2014
  23. ♦ GOPe (Stuart Stevens and Henry Barbour) recruit for a Mississippi style takedown
  24. ♦ Chris Christie Joins the insurgency – Christie Endorsement
  25. ♦ The Demonization of Donald Trump Begins – The Racial Onslaught Miss ’14 Redux
  26. ♦ Ben Carson Drops Out – Manipulators of his Campaign Exposed
  27. ♦ Mitt Romney admits the GOPe Road Map and Splitter Strategy
  28. Senator Ted Cruz and the Fallacy of False Choices

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645 Responses to Tripwire Alert – The Republican Party Now Admits They are Supporting Ted Cruz So They Can Lose To Hillary…

  1. Sandy says:

    All corruption!!! Paul Ryan looks like a Muslim in the picture. Why even bother to care who wins when the CORRUPT establishment chooses who they want!! America is done. So many illegals, Muslims pouring in being put on welfare, Cubans will come into America in grooves. I guess the American people will have to move to another country because there will be no room for them.

    Liked by 2 people

    • nightmare on k st says:

      Get up and fight

      Liked by 10 people

    • Mindcraft says:

      The New World Order = one world government = elites and serfs = nowhere to run. The only thing standing in the way of the NWO is the U.S. middle class and the U.S. constitution. Thus the massive influx of illegal and legal migration from from 3rd world nations, the trade deals that put the U.S. at a disadvantage, and the massive increase in foreign work visas.

      Once the U.S. middle class falls, everywhere falls in line. There is no place to run. We had a chance with Ross Perot and a 2nd chance with Trump. I hope we don’t blow it twice. There will not be a 3rd chance.

      Liked by 4 people

      • archer52 says:

        Once they digitize your money completely and kill off the ability to hoard cash and things like gold and guns, THEN you’ll be done.

        This is a matter of submission to a world run by a few. It won’t work. It never has. But it always causes chaos and revolutions and deaths- sometimes into the millions.


    • Tim Guiney says:

      Sandy, grow a set, and get up and take a stand to save your country, either that or STFU!


  2. David says:

    My opinion – No justice on the Supreme Court, not even Scalia if he were alive, is going to rule Cruz is ineligible. That opens up way too many cans of worms. The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of itself in the past rather than upset the apple cart, and justices are screened for national security deference. They simply won’t rock the boat. If Trump makes that play, the best he can do is threaten Cruz with a lawsuit as a bargaining chip.

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    • entagor says:

      I have tried to piece together the Cruz birth situation. Cruz may actually have a problem with his mother. Since his father was only Canadian, it is the mother who determines Cruz’s status. She is listed as US born, but, missing is the verification of her birth certificate. She has to have resided in the US for a certain number of years prior to her son’s foreign birth. She also had to have renounced her US citizenship to become a Canadian citizen as dual citizenship was not allowed by law in Canada at that time. When she renounced US citizenship she had to have used documentation to prove her American status. What if the data doesnt jibe?

      I wonder if Cruz did not renounce his dual citizenship – and who knew about it until 2014 – because perhaps his mother’s true birth does not either verifiy original US citizenship or does not match the stats that appear on her Canadian citizenship records.

      If Cruz had a sticky issue with his mom’s status, he might just shut up about it

      Such a parentage problem would make Cruz amenable to Dream act and pathway to citizenship laws


      • georgiafl says:

        It’s a mystery…. and Ted doesn’t look a lot like either parent.


      • skifflegirl says:

        Craig Mazin, Cruz’ college roommate, says Ted knew he was a Canadian citizen at Princeton. His testimony could help if his MBZ doesn’t careen off the road. Other than that, Eleanor Cruz lived in England during the early and mid sixties. It’s where she divorced her first husband and had the baby that died. Then in 1968 she went to Canada and was there until 1974 when Rafael returned to the family and moved them to Houston. She didn’t reside in the U.S. on a consistent basis in the decade before Ted’s birth.

        BTW the CIA perfected frozen poison darts in the 1970’s, capable of piercing clothing and skin, then leaving no more than a tiny red mark as a trace. No blood test would detect it. Just an elderly man having a heart attack is all it would seem to be…


      • Barrell says:

        My thoughts are at this point it doesn’t matter what the supreme court thinks or how it will rule. I suspect they will throw him out at the convention under “questionable eligibility circumstances” thus opening the door for a Romney/Ryan or Ryan/Romney ticket.


      • chrystalia99 says:

        It isn’t the mother at all., Under the laws the founders looked to for a definition, citizenship, like inheritance, is passed through the father.

        He is ineligible for the same reason obama was–non-citizen father. Mothers had no standing under the law in those days, anywhere. And Rubio was ineligible because neither of his parents was a citizen when he was born, they were naturalized when he was four–so he needed to be naturalized with them from a Constitutional point of view.

        Publius Huldah’s site is the go-to spot for the originalist/constructionist view.


      • Art Deco says:

        She is listed as US born, but, missing is the verification of her birth certificate.

        Digital images of her birth certificate have been published by the Cruz campaign. Delaware birth records from that era have not been subject to bloc digitization, but other sorts have. You can, through the conduit of, see the register entries pertaining to her father’s birth in 1905, her paternal grandparents’ death certificates, her parents’ marriage certificate, the census sheets from 1940 where her family is recorded (father, mother, Eleanor, and sister). You can see the entries recording her father’s death and her mother’s in the Social Security Death Index &c. You can see photographs of the gravesites of various maternal relatives, &c.

        She lived in Delaware from 1934 to 1952, in Texas from 1952 to 1958 (Houston, pretty much), and in New Orleans from 1967 to 1969. I assume the birther onanists will come up with some excuse for why 26 years residency in the country in which she was born is insufficient for whatever purpose they’ve dreamed up next. That’s how this stuff goes.


        • Gail Combs says:

          Cruz had a Canadian passport up until AFTER he was a US senator.

          Elisa Sluijs said:
          ” …And as a neighbor to Elanor I know more that I am sure Cruz does not want told but the Consulate in Calgary Alberta has no problem in stating she could not and did not record his birth with them as she was not American at the time of his birth. She could not have been for as many years as she lived in Canada with out visas being issued, All records previously stated are public records you however must send in a written request to obtain copies, Unlike the Us this is all public record for a fee.

          I lived next door to Elanor Elizabeth Wilson for many years I was present when she went to Canada Immigration in 1968 and denounced her US Citizenship and surrendered her US Passport. she at that time was given Canadian Citizenship she went directly from there to the Canada Manpower Office and obtained a Canadian Social Insurance number, she then went to Alberta Health and obtained Alberta Health care, she also registered to Vote in the Canadian elections and did so as a Canadian citizen no Americans can vote in Canadian elections, nor can they hold Alberta Health coverage nor reside in Canada that long with out being deported for over staying her visa, she was American at the time of his birth I know I was there, I know too she went to the American Consulate in Calgary she was told she had given up her citizenship and her children had no status in the United States.

          She used her birth certificate to reenter the US under false pretenses as a US citizen in 1974 and did not let on she had denounced her citizenship I expect. But I can prove by consulate records, voters records, Alberta health care records, Immigration of Canada records, Social Insurance records{basically the same as social security in the states} that she was no longer American at the time of his birth but Canadian and had not reapplied to get her citizenship back either.

          Cruz whole claim to American Citizenship is false he is not American, and even by the American Immigration Laws he gave up being American when he turned 22 and had not denounced his Canadian status before then. by the Laws of immigration you must choose by the 21st birthday there is no holding duel citizenship in the US beyond 21 years of age. notarized copies of all these records are now filed with the Court of Queens bench in safe keeping so that no one can make them disappear as well as having been turned over to American Authorities whom we did not trust to investigate this matter as well, so we also sent to England copies of these notarized documents so they can not be destroyed or gotten rid of

          Number 1 she had been in Canada since 1960 excuse me became a landed immigrant in 1961 filed for Citizenship in 62 with the proper proceedures taken and having been completed she became a Canadian Citizen in 1968 “good for you…… have made me very happy to know some people have brain’s still….”


  3. andi lee says:

    Our founding fathers built this country, standing on the word of Our Lord and Savior, with much insight and guidance, aligned with our heavanly Father. Our founding fathers renounced the King, George III from Great Britain, and declared our King, the King of Kings. That declaration is still relevant!

    Those grievances, all 25 of them, noted in our Declaration of Independence, are very much relevent today. We must renounce, once again, Obama Cinton, Cruz Bush, et al.

    Hedomism, today, is in-your-face very real and very ugly and they are not even afraid that the headless cat is out of the bag for the world to see. They should be afraid, very afraid. Thank you, Sundance, and dear treepers, but most importantly, praise God, Amen!
    Joy comes in the morning!

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  4. francesmuldoon says:

    The problem facing Trump if he were to decide to run as an Independent, is that he would have to declare before the Convention in July…actually he would have to declare by May 9th if he wanted to be on the ballot in Texas.

    Four other States (NC, NM, IL, and IN) have June deadlines to submit paperwork and attain the required signatures for ballot access. If Trump were to wait until the Convention before he decided on an Independent run, he would not be allowed on the ballot in those States as well as DE, FL,GA, NV, OK, SC,

    If Trump attempted to run as a Write-In candidate, he would not be allowed on the ballot in seven States. AR, LA, OK, NV, SD, SC. In thirty five other States he would still have to file paperwork in advance.

    Sore Loser Laws apply to Independents and Write-In candidates in TX and SD. These are designed to make it more difficult for Independents and write-ins to gain access to the ballots.

    The only recourse Trump would have is to file several lawsuits challenging these laws and others, which would undoubtedly last until well after the November election…leaving him in Limbo throughout that time.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MissV says:

      Delegates can be challenged at the convention. Roger Stone tweeted about it yesterday. Apologies if this doesn’t show properly. Not sure how to post links.

      Liked by 4 people

    • KillingEmSoftly says:

      Great information, thanks for posting! The flip side of that is all the noise coming out of the GOPe about forming a 3rd party if Trump gets the nomination is just that, noise. If Trump – or any other independent candidate – has to jump through those hoops, then a GOPe backed candidate that didn’t win the nomination would also have to jump through those hoops. So, unless they’re filing paperwork right now in preparation for that, there is nothing to worry about.


      • francesmuldoon says:

        True enough…but they also make the rules.
        I think the RNC is taking a wait and see attitude until after the PA primary on April 26 to see Trump’s relative strength. PA is a winner take all with a 71 delegate prize.

        If they decided to go Third Party at that time, they could attempt to run an independent candidate as part of an existing Party like the Libertarian who already have ballot access in many States…or they could use the 2 1/2 weeks until the Texas May 9th deadline to acquire the needed signatures and paperwork filings.

        Since they are basically filing to themselves I am sure they could find a way to be on all of the ballots.


    • WSB says:

      Or he could run on an established party, no?


  5. davecatbone says:

    Breathless. The presence of evil in the world from the same mechanism that perpetrated the Franklin coverup. God please help us.

    Liked by 2 people

    • nightmare on k st says:

      Yep, George HW Bush was in on that, reminds me Denny Hastert will be sentenced next month, may get up to 6 months under plea deal on case


  6. So you don’t want us to share this revelation.. how can we not share can we remain silent.. ???


    • nightmare on k st says:

      Active Treepers start posting SD links at other websites, like Politico, Fox, Rush, NR, Breitbart, to inform them

      This article is top shelf, think Top Secret here, like in Hillary Clinton email, need to know basis

      Not for rookies with training wheels, the #3 group may get pi$$ed and retaliate, did you catch any of the negative radio and tv ads against Trump, do you know who Alexander Litvinenko is?

      Liked by 2 people

  7. Alleycats says:

    I believed from the moment I heard it, that Scalia’s death was intentional and served someone’s nefarious agenda. The timing and circumstances were simply too convenient. I felt the same way about Andrew Breitbart.

    Liked by 11 people

  8. TAS says:

    Great Article!!!!….I have been suspicious of Scalia’s death ever since it happened. The guy had known health problems, but to suddenly come up dead in some out of the way place with such a minor investigation should throw up a red flag to everyone. I always suspected it was for 2nd A. reasons only. What never occured to me was it could also be for the “birther” issue too. I understand the article was mainly about Cruz and the role he plays, this has been apparent for sometime, but the Scalia/birther issue is what jumped out at me as I believe this will come into play. The timing of when to use it is what’s important. Again, great article!!!!

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    • joanfoster says:

      I am not in the least suspicious of Scalia’s death. I do believe it was from natural causes given the fact that his own doctor said his heart was too weak for shoulder surgery. I also believe however that an autopsy should have been performed since he was a public figure and died outside of his community. All that said, there are any number of Justices that would not want to see Cruz as President so I don’t think the issue of Scalia being an originalist that needed to be eliminated is a very compelling theory.


      • TAS says:

        We all have our own opinions, but to dismiss such an important event as the unexpected death of a Supreme Court Justice to “natural causes” is like flipping a coin and hoping you called it right. It may have been just his time to go, then again, it may have not. To not question how it was handled is a recipe for disaster. As for the Justices “wants”, its about what the Constitution says, not what they want!

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  9. be says:

    One thing the “establishment” may not count on is lying Ted. Now that he is in with endorsements he may not want to lose .. He is power hungry and will do anything, as we have seen, to obtain it. Cannot trust Ted.

    Liked by 1 person

    • The Boss says:

      Ted is establishment anyway. If he wins, they win too. Remember, Cruz is a false choice.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Angry Dumbo says:

        The JEB! endorsement is the kiss of death. The consultant class is desperately flailing for a lifeboat and grabbed onto trusTed. WOW. In politics your enemies speak more about your real motives than your friends, but Bush family connections aren’t what they used to be. Choosing to equate Trump with Hitler is a bridge too far for Democrats and a bridge to nowhere for Republicans. The conservative consultant class is gone forever. Every step in this process is making me like the Bush family less and I can no longer listen to Rush Limbaugh.

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        • helix35 says:

          Is there anything more pathetic, ill-informed, and clueless than Ted Cruz supporter? All those “true conservatives” had to do was a little homework. Is that asking too much? God Almighty.

          Liked by 4 people

          • AdamSelene says:

            But they don’t care. They are zombie programmed. Any “research” that doesn’t fit their pre-formed conclusion (Ted is the True Conservative Hero outsider) is deflected or spun away. They think Trump paid off Palin, Christie, Carson…but that Jeb and Graham and Beck don’t have ulterior motives. They think Trump is “establishment” because he has money and bought politicians…but that Cruz’s donations from Club for Growth and Goldman Sachs are because these organizations support Ted’s “true constitutional conservative message.”

            Cruzbots are absolutely deranged. I’ve been arguing politics with people on the internet since usenet in the 80s. In all my years I have never, ever seen anyone (who wasn’t a paid shill) as blindingly obtuse as a Cruzbot.

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        • Boudica says:

          We should have stopped listening to Rush the night he slept in the Lincoln bedroom. BOUGHT


    • nightmare on k st says:

      I am hoping that is the case, Trump needs, should welcome, defectors, I don’t see 1,237 in the crystal ball, so a Trump-Cruz ticket is better than a Cruz-Kasich one, we have to start dealing in reality here. I know, cold cruel numbers, delegates are generally party regulars, once they go to a second ballot, Trumps numbers go down, it’s either Cruz makes a deal with his alienated GOPe friends, or Trump, there is NO other way Trump gets 1,237, eventhough he has the majority going in


  10. Angry Dumbo says:

    Powerful. The will to lose must be denied. The invisible game is invisible no more. When rank and file Republicans learn that Hillary is the endgame, Trump is the only choice.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. stepman2001 says:

    Reblogged this on stepman2001 and commented:

    The result of the People not staying immersed in their own self governance. AWAKEN those that are STILL sleeping.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. mamadogsite says:

    I do believe, imho, that after the primaries in the NE, where Trump will pick up a yuge number of deligates, he should hold a power meeting with Cruz and via the “Art of the Deal”…deal a VP slot for Ted thus shutting down any brokerd anything….I still think Trump has something on Cruz, as well as many in the GOPe circle….know your enemy, yes?

    Trump didn’t take this journey on as an innocent….he has been studying this whole process at least since 2012….yes????? He probably knows more than most of us about the Washington Hell Hole…..people whisper…especially those who imbibe a little too much at parties. Trump is a sponge….he absorbes sees, remembers. Why else would we be backing him?

    The thousands upon thousands of regular folks at his rallys fuel him forward, give him hope and courage. He is not letting up or letting us down. Negative, defeatism thinking on our part makes us vulnerable. We cannot let him down.

    As we immerse ourselves in prayer this Holy weekend, say a few extra Our Fathers for Trump and his family. Through prayer and clear thoughts and minds we are a formiddable force.

    May you have a Blessed Easter. Hugs from Florida

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  13. stringy theory says:

    Let me state up front that I believe Trump will gain the number of delegates to win on the first ballot at the Republican convention and then go on to crush hitlery.

    Having said that, I find it amazing that the elites who own the R side of the uniparty think they can go with Hillary in 2016 and not destroy the party completely and all of its candidates down the ticket. If they screw Trump, there will be no more GOP and there will no longer be a uniparty. There will be a Democrat party that owns everything so there will be no further need of Republicans who will lose their place at the taxpayer funded money trough.

    The Politico article linked here should be read as Sundance suggests. The elites think they can put Hillary in but retain the House and Senate as a bulwark against her. They have their thinking 100% backwards. If they run Cruz or one of the other GOP hacks, not only will Hillary win, but the rest of the Republican ticket will lose–because disillusioned Trump supporters stay home and/or show up at the polls to vote against the rest of the Republicans, as I will.

    I knew that things were bad but until I started reading the analysis here at CTH, I had no clue how far the rot had progressed.

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    • Betty says:

      “I find it amazing that the elites who own the R side of the uniparty think they can go with Hillary in 2016 and not destroy the party completely and all of its candidates down the ticket. ”

      I DON’T. The uni-party, or who ever it is who is trying to run this show, has no love for America. They only uses AMERICA as a PLACE TO STAND while they deal out the cards of their rigged card game around the world.

      Those down ticket tools need to realize that they are just as expendable as the rest of us. Even the idiot child Ryan.


  14. How do we find out the names of the individuals who are actual Trump delegates from the states/districts that he’s won so far ?

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  15. LM says:

    I think it would be interesting to see an illustrated list of the positions of Cruz before and after Trump.

    In the following article, near the end, there is a quote from Zero Hedge which explains the “me, too” copying of Ted.

    The money and power aligned against Mr. Trump is mind boggling. These are people who are used to controlling information, power, and populations. They mean business, and they are all backing Cruz. What will they stop at to,get what they want?



    The REASON TED had retained his Canadian Citizenship [and the Certificate proves TED LIED that he was unaware of this Citizenship when he ran for Texas Senator] is that his DUAL CITIZENSHIP made him the PERFECT PRESIDENT to DESTROY U.S. SOVEREIGNTY by CONSUMMATING the NORTH AMERICAN UNION ARCHITECTED by his wife HEIDI.


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    • duchess01 says:

      Absotutalutely, Knight! You got it, Dude!


    • vincentjappi says:

      The evidence has yet to emerge that Cruz was naturalized, either at birth
      or after overstaying a visa.


    • entagor says:

      His father’s status is clear. His mother’s status is iffy. She had to use birth certificate etc to establish her American citizenship when she renounced it. She had to renounce her American citizenship to get Canadian citizenship because dual citizenship was not then allowed in Canada. She had to meet specific US residency requirements for Cruz to be natural born of an American citizen but at the time of birth his mother was not a US citizen

      Cruz is at least a natural born Canadian citizen. Canadian birth certificates are public. It is possible there is a problem in misuse of documentation by his mother over the years which would be revealed by sealed US records. My guess he might have decided to pretend there was no problem and run for the Senate. At which point there was no turning back.

      Might explain why Cruz hooked up with soccer ball Beck.
      If his status or his mom was implicated he would be open to blackmail

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  17. duchess01 says:

    The ‘birther’ issue may appear to be a ‘Trump Card’ – but, it is a non-issue – Obama sealed his records to stop the inquiries prior to his ‘selection’ – Cruz has sealed his – the question is why – the answer – they both have something to hide – the REAL problem is stated in the title of this article – why would an entire group of legislators back a candidate they detest and cannot trust – because they know they can derail him and think they can derail Trump – to keep the status quo – and continue to fill their pockets – enter Hillary Clinton – she is one of them – a much safer bet – Cruz is in it to lose – and put a monkey wrench in Trumps aspirations – they foresaw something or they would not have changed the rules two years prior to the actual election – the picture at the top of this article says it all – this was the plan – anyone with a half a brain could see this coming – but, Bush failed because people don’t want him – and without their help, Clinton will fail for the same reason –


    • Jett Black says:

      It’s pretty simple, I think: <0 sealed his records because they contain evidence that he committed fraud by claiming to be a foreign student when applying for college. He was, however, probably born in Hawaii, though the proof is sketchy, like everything else about him and his family.

      Cruz’s records show that he was born in Canada, had sole Canadian citizenship, and only claimed USA citizenship, along with his mother, by fraud.

      So <0’s sealed files probably show what we all know–he’s a fraudster. Cruz’s records probably prove what we all believe, that he is not a legal citizen, let alone a NBC of the USA. And people scoff at “slippery slope” or “domino effect” arguments!


      • duchess01 says:

        Except for one snag – The Bush Clan has given the Canadian Con Man their support – perhaps, because of his support for the North American Union – one of the 10 Unions – 10 Kingdoms – that will give their allegiance to the NWO – however, either way – Cruz or Clinton – they win!

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Cruz has “some kind of US Citizenship” Some have suggested that he was in that bunch that Reagan granted citizenship to?! Who knows. When those questions were coming forward, “zing” records were supposedly sealed.


    • uvaldegirl says:

      The establishment now owns Ted Cruz, as a senator or a president (never happening). That is valuable to own the “anti-establishment” Cruz, as Hannity, Levin and Rush continue to say he is. Then they control both sides of the mainstream R coin.


      • duchess01 says:

        Makes sense – they could not control him when he was a senator – so that made him anti-establishment sorta kinda – but, now that he has teamed up with the Bushes – he has gone full establishment – yes – they play both sides against the middle – they can take the boy out of Canada, but they can’t take Canada out of the boy – and just maybe, they don’t want to do that!


    • NC Patriot says:

      Is it possible Trump got his records before hey were sealed? When did he seal them?


  18. The Heritic says:

    I think that the situation, and I agree with your summarization, is even worse than you have stated. Look at who is backing Cruz. I don’t mean the DC/beltway pundits; we all know they are establishment. Who anti-establishment is backing Cruz? Talk radio – the big names – Limbaugh, Levin, Beck…. When happens to them, when their guy is revealed to be a duplicitous establishment hack? They will lose all credibility and influence. Good bye talk radio. The fraud that is Cruz may well take down some of the biggest voices against the establishment, all because they really wanted to believe in the ‘one true conservative’.

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  19. NYcon says:

    This is a fantastic article. It’s well thought out and predicated on fact. As crazy as it sounds, we have gotten to a point where this type of stuff is now plausible and it’s disgusting. My personal opinion is basically identical, but with a slight variation in the ending of this with Scalia. I don’t think he was killed. If he were, his own family must have been in on it because they did not ask for an autopsy, and then requested people stop suggesting he was murdered. The man was in extremely poor health. My grandfather died at 68 for having just one of the many conditions Scalia had. However, I do think the GOPe will use this opportunity to ensure a liberal SC justice take’s his place. They may frame it however they want, but it’ll happen.


    • Sassy1 says:

      The fact that Scalia had “health conditions” was what they counted on to be able to downplay his death. His family was probably assured by someone they trusted that no autopsy was necessary. The handling of his death was botched on so many levels it’s mind-boggling. And we’re so used to BHO that we don’t even think about it, but any other president would have immediately directed that a full investigation be made into the death of a sitting Supreme Court Justice, who died alone, away from home. And funny, the friend he had flown down with, according the Washington Post, was traveling in Argentina the next week and couldn’t be reached for comment. Another little tidbit from the sheriff’s report, his breathing machine wasn’t hooked up, just odd, odd, odd, everywhere you look. I think his fatal mistake was to underestimate the evil he was up against. No way did he just lay down and die so conveniently (IMO).

      Liked by 1 person

    • uvaldegirl says:

      I think it was very odd that the family did not request an autopsy. Much the same way, I find it very odd that the Libyan ambassador, Christopher Stephen’s family, have never spoken in disappointment about Hillary. Doesn’t life at some point outweigh party affiliation?


  20. Strike Eagle says:

    Sundance or other Vulgarians — Is/was Rand Paul a knowing and willing player in the GOPe Roadmap? I can see his role as a splitter for the libertarian votes … Did he run of his own accord? Did GOPe forces “dupe” him into running? Or was he a “willing accomplice” in the roadmap?


    • SteveFrench says:

      Been wondering this myself because I want to like Rand. If I remember correctly, he wasn’t as clearly shown to be a willing accomplice as some of the others like Graham, Fiorina, etc in the earlier Roadmap posts. Could be that he was in a similar situation to Carson, in that the people backing him financially and strategically were duping him.


    • Gail Combs says:

      Rand was actually my first choice until I looked at him and discovered he was a globalist.

      I think Rand Paul’s stand on the Trans Pacific Partnership suicidal for the USA and his view of China truly bizarre.

      The New American: Rand Paul to Obama: “Prioritize” Passage of Trans-Pacific Partnership
      …Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.), a man whose personal popularity and political fortunes have increased in direct proportion to his spreading of his libertarian-leaning ideals, has now publicly embraced the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), an unprecedented sovereignty surrender masquerading as a multi-national trade pact…..

      Los Angles Times: Rand Paul drops the mic on Donald Trump over China’s participation in trade deal
      “BOOM…That was the implied sound effect Tuesday night as Sen. Rand Paul casually reminded Donald Trump about China’s lack of participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the sweeping trade deal among the U.S. and 11 other countries. Trump had been on a tear, railing about how the deal was “a disaster” and saying China was the “No. 1 abuser” of the U.S….
      Paul was the only person who seemed to know the basics of the trade deal, which has returned to the headlines in recent days as the full text of the complex deal was released.

      Rand Paul, IF he had actually read that darn treaty should have know it is very easy to ADD another country and the ‘No China” gambit was the exact same chess move Clinton played to get the World Trade Organization treaty ratified. Then Clinton worked his rump off to get China added a few years later tossing the ball to Buch to finish the job.

      Is Rand really that dumb? Or is he FOR CHINA

      China trade improves economy AND makes fight less likely
      When I was about ten years old, like many conservative middle-class families, our inclination was to resist anything to do with Red China. In that black and white world, you were either for us or against us. Trade with China was thought to be trade with the enemy. A funny thing happened, though, along the way. Many conservatives came to understand a larger truth. As trade began to blossom with China, many conservatives, myself included, came to admit that trade improves our economic well-being AND makes us less likely to fight. The success of trade with China made many conservatives rethink their view of the world. — Rand Paul


      So yeah, Rand is FOR CHINA.

      This above paragraph is straight out of the Progressive play book on Interdependence one of Al Gore’s favorite issues. SEE: Dale C. Copeland, “Economic Interdependence and War: A Theory of Trade Expectations,” International Security, Vol. 20, no.4 (Spring 1996) for exactly how dangerous Interdependence is.


  21. vincentjappi says:

    The “Natural Born Citizen” argument WAS INDEED settled on March 29, 1875,
    by the Minor v. Happersett decision.
    Chief Justice Waite found that petitioner Virginia Minor was undoubtedly a citizen,
    given that she was a “natural-born citizen”:
    “born in the country, of parents who are its citizens”.

    Two other Supreme Court decisions have used in their holdings the same definition:
    Wong Kim Ark of March 28, 1898 — Wong had to be naturalized through Chief Justice Gray’s interpretation of the 14th Amendment, given that he wasn’t “natural-born”
    Perkins v. Elg of May 29, 1939 — Marie Elg couldn’t be deprived of her US citizenship,
    given that she was “natural-born”..
    The issue is thus settled as a matter of law, and has been for almost 141 years now.

    The problem is to find a JUDGE ready to DO HIS JOB, a rarity which has not been forthcoming with the Usurper Barry Soetoro, whose real identity remains a matter of conjecture,
    given that no “judge” has been willing to force him to provide legal evidence on the issue,
    but who certainly ran, and was elected, under a false one.

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  22. kinthenorthwest says:

    Thank You Greta.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. kinthenorthwest says:

    For some giggles


  24. gloriosaedominae1 says:

    This truly is a fantastic article that puts all the pieces in place. It used to really bother me that we would have an unstoppable frontrunner after Iowa and New Hampshire in the recent past. Of course that was allowed because all of those candidates were anointed by the donors.

    I especially appreciated the section pertaining to websites in the main stream, and those of the alternative right, being dependent on revenue. He who pays the piper calls the tune.

    Church Militant dot com is a website that caters to Traditional Catholics. They do much good work from my perspective. But lately I have noticed a gentle push towards Ted Cruz. On the night of the Chicago Rally they even had as Ben Shapiro, Matt Walsh, and Alan Keyes as guests in a round table discussion.

    Here is their latest gentle persuasion push to Dump Trump.

    If you are Catholic and actually understand the Faith I would encourage you to opine. If not, as the author of this article attests for similar reasons, it would be best to use for informational purposes only.

    Out of curiosity, are sites that cater to the needs of Evangelicals seeing this kind of activity? I suppose that is a rhetorical question. But I would be interested in the perspective of folks here who are seeing solid allies fall for this deceit. Either in the form of dupes or as subversive agents.


    • I have been trying to help the cause with the “conservative” Catholics even over at Church Militant’s FB page. My feelings are many “conservative” Christians that support Cruz are LOW INFORMATION voters and LOW INFORMATION Christians. They are not inclined to go deeper into anything.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deb says:

      Church Militant is “conservative,” not “traditional.” There is a difference, though I hate the way the word “Traditional” is being used now. Aren’t we all supposed to be “traditional?” How about we just use the words “orthodox” and “hererodox,” maybe then we can weed out the heterodox politicians like Pelosi and Cuomo and the heterodox leaders like the “nuns on the bus.”


  25. GOUSAAmer114 says:

    I love the site, Sundance. But I don’t know.

    Before Trump entered the race, I went to several small fundraisers for Cruz. I identified him as a phony back then (and nowhere more so than on the issues of immigration, trade and the national interest). But to think that he got into the race just to lose to Jeb!, I just have a hard time believing it. His team seems intensely devoted to winning this, even if they are so insanely off the mark (“It was the missing Evangelicals that stayed home in 2012″/”That old Reagan Coalition is behind Ted.” I will say this: Heidi absolutely sees herself as his equal. If he were to win (which of course he can’t), she would absolutely think herself co-President. Spending time with her in person is slightly disturbing

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    • russian limbaugh says:

      POLITICIANS do it all the time.

      What is hard to believe?


    • Deb says:

      I can believe either scenario. I could also believe that he made a deal with Team Jeb knowing full well the “road map” would fail, at which point he planned to go ahead and win it all. Nothing would surprise me at this point, and I also get the impression that Heidi wants this even more than Ted.

      I can’t actually know what’s in his mind, and I probably never will. I just know he’s an opportunistic and ambitious politician, and I trust him less that other opportunistic and ambitious politicians including Kasich.


      • uvaldegirl says:

        I can see Cruz knowing the roadmap was questionable. He won as an outsider in TX against the GOPe’s David Dewhurst, so that was direct experience.
        Jeb and Hillary are so clearly NOT wanted by their respective rank and file…of course maybe the DNC and RNC are just that much more frighteningly manipulative and powerful.


  26. Trumped says:

    View this post on Instagram

    Endorsements for Lyin' Ted

    A post shared by President Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on

    “Cruz Endorsements” ad by Trump

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  27. You MUST go to Diamond & Silk’s Facebook page and watch them perform their new Ted Cruz song. Not posted on youtube channel yet. It is priceless!


  28. Remington says:

    What a read….Normally, this situation is like looking at a cat through a picket fence and only seeing parts of the cat, but you know the whole cat is there. I’m pretty good at connecting the dots, but sundance has made the the cat crystal clear for me…It’s KILLING me that he asked us not to circulate to friends – this is powerful stuff.

    The evil we face is overwhelming. Pray to God he gives our Country another chance to do the right thing, and make it one nation, under God once again…

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  29. kallibella says:

    Treepers, do we think that Donald Trump entered this race without knowing about how the UniParty works? Do we think that he doesn’t know what to do now? Do we think he has no recourse?

    There are many, many panicked and concerned comments on this thread. Though I’m not blind to the realities that surround this race, I do have confidence that Trump knows how to navigate through all of this.

    Do we not remember his own account of how he took a deep breath, and with Melania by his side came down the escalator and made the announcement to run? He further has explained how he had for years supported the GOP nominees only to see them fail when failure was in his mind the most preposterous of outcomes. This is a man who has for many, many years studied the possibility of running for president. Reluctant as he may have been, he now sounds convinced that he “must” run, because as he understands it all, America is on the way of being forever changed and he won’t have any of it for himself, his children, grandchildren and for his fellow citizens.

    Remember that he being an outsider with “insider” knowledge, an outsider with the ability to “buy” with his monetary support politicians selling themselves, he has had an insider’s view of the rotten cesspool that is the UniParty. He may have been present when in the course of routine UniParty conversations, some of the politicians may have offered key information that gave him more details about how these globalists/elites think.

    Before he took that deep breath and come down to announce, he KNEW what he was getting into! He KNEW the opposition he was to encounter and all the sacrifices he would need to make in order to fight for his family’s future, his future, and Ours. He must have known about the GOPe plans to select Jeb! and that may have been a catalyst that made him run. Think about it Jeb! loses to HRC. Another loser like Romney.

    He has repeatedly said that he never gets into a project if he thinks that he has no chance to come out ahead/victorious.

    He is ahead of the field; has the most delegates thus far; has made an impression in the voting public such that millions of previously inactive individuals are voting for the first time or for the first time in many years; he is the subject matter of discussion on TV/MSM constantly and he gets to repeat and repeat and repeat his message. He is in effect using the MSM tactic of repeating something until it sinks in.

    And though the UniParty with the help of their media have been pushing their narrative with polls and lies and other underhanded practices, like the soft selling of the brokered convention [which is an attempt to suppress the Trump vote], reality happens: the murder of Kate in San Francisco, islamic terror attacks in Europe and in California and now Brussels and so on. All the while he being the only candidate with common sense to predict the likelihood of more attacks and of more lawlessness. Do we really need to be a sage/prophet to read the circumstances and reasonably predict outcomes? He says he is a “common sense conservative.”

    His support went up after the Paris attack four months ago.
    I think his support has gone up after Brussels.

    Take a look at how Arizonians reacted!

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  30. kallibella says:

    This article and others are not written to scare us, but rather they give us an opportunity to think outside the box in regards to the machinations of the UniParty.

    Analyzing the possible moves the UniParty [predictably] may make does NOT in any practical way mean or imply that Trump is outmaneuvered and that therefore he is on his way out.

    I feel that articles like this one are useful in training our minds to contemplate details that are not discussed in the MSM and give us the more educated keen look at how these depraved people that make up the UniParty work, and to the lengths and extent they may go to workout their plans to their satisfaction.

    Not all of us who have awakened to the negative results of the UniParty’s policies are political junkies and therefore find this article very informative and a good tool for our intellectual re-training/re-education.

    If we at the CTH can think up scenarios, I am fully convinced Trump has thought about scenarios and has made arrangements to meet them head on and overcome them. He is a fighter.

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  31. redsequin4 says:

    Shadow campaign to deny Trump his delegates begins
    Kasich and Cruz quietly work to persuade delegates to break with GOP voters in a contested convention.


  32. Josh says:

    I fear that this entire campaign and all involved (and I do mean all) is nothing but a bit of kabuki theatre to get Hillary into the Presidency. There … I’ve said it. I pray to G-d almighty that I am wrong.


    • uvaldegirl says:

      I know that Romney and most likely the McCain campaigns were Kabuki theater. I do believe that Trump is honest. The rest of them were there for Jeb! to win or lose…not worry. Jeb or Hillary. Same thing.


  33. David Farrar says:

    I think it is pretty clear if the Rules Committee made any changes in their rules that would be detrimental to Donald Trump’s interests he would not have been treated fairly by the RNC, and have every right to sue the RNC and Sen Cruz in particular on the nbC issue, and start a 3rd party effort.


  34. Kiisha Velasquez says:

    I am trying so hard not to get discouraged, but it is getting harder and harder. Linden graham said it today that he is supporting cruz so they only lose the white house and hold on to the senate. And yet cruz is going around acting like that was a great endorsement. The voters too know he will be killed in the general yet they are voting for him anyway. I don’t think my sanity can withstand another 4 years like this.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Deb says:

      Keep calm and Trump on.

      We can’t change the fact that millions of Americans are ill educated, misinformed, and unable to use reason.

      All we can do is keep fighting for truth by supporting Trump and trying to convince whomever we can to do the same.

      It’s not easy, but doing the right thing seldom is.

      Keep your eye on the prize, as they say. Ignore the GOPe circus if it gets you down

      Keep calm and Trump on.

      Liked by 1 person

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Kiisha, sounds to me like you need to unplug from the boob tube, especially when Nancy Graham, et al are on. Keep remembering…..they are all lying to you.


  35. Rino Hunters United! says:

    Rule 40 was specifically altered in 2012, from 5 states to 8 states, to remove ANY CHANCE that Ron Paul had at reaching the nomination. This rule was altered AT THE PRE-CONVENTION Meeting. You would think they could have just added a rule that no one with the first name ‘Ron’ could be the Nominee.
    I am no Pauler, but that move is actually a GOOD LESSON for all of us to see how corrupt our own party is.

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  36. Jeffrey Coley says:

    Excellent analysis, but too clever by half on two points:

    The notion that Justice Scalia was murdered to tip the balance in the event of a SCOTUS hearing on Cruz’s “natural born” status is preposterous. Leaving aside the convoluted chain of events that MIGHT have led to such a hearing which makes the murder a gross overreach, the man was 79 years old and suffering from heart disease and diabetes. Living to the ripe old age of 79 is more surprising than dying peacefully in his sleep inside a locked bedroom.
    You are spot on when you call out Cruz as arrogant and abrasive, however he is most certainly NOT a part of the establishment: He is despised almost as much as Trump, precisely because he marches to his own tune and does not play the establishment’s games. They have come to him at this late stage only because they see him as the last best chance to stop Trump and force a contested convention – where they would very much like to take the nomination from BOTH men. Cruz is a solid conservative, both intellectually and ideologically.

    HOWEVER, Trump has the advantage because he has the ability to connect emotionally with people. No other candidate running in this cycle can do that. Cruz tries but it comes across as manipulative.

    I do think that Trump will win the nomination, and then he will destroy Hillary (or whoever gets the nomination should she be indicted).


    • Gail Combs says:

      #1. NO AUTOPSY. If the death is unattended there is an autopsy PERIOD. Just ask ayone who had someone die outside a hospital esp. out side the home.

      #2. Cruz IS establishment ever since he worked for the Bush campaign and then the Bush admin. He was a trojan horse slipped into the Tea Party camp to make sure that votes in the senate went the way the elite wanted. Just look at his voting record. Most telling is he did NOT vote to Audit the Fed but did vote for the Trans Pacific Partnership deal making with Obummer. TTP (not TPP)

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