Donald Trump Is The Nominee But Every State Needs To Keep Voting…

Candidate Ted Cruz and candidate John Kasich have officially “suspended” their campaign efforts to win the republican nomination.  However, the campaign effort to deliver a resounding win for Donald Trump continues.

Yes, a major hurdle has been crossed – Donald Trump is now the last remaining candidate running for the nomination; but that doesn’t mean the push through the last remaining states should be any less important.  Every vote counts.  Every delegate matters.

Anyone who is inclined toward complacency needs only to look at the reaction yesterday by House Speaker Paul ‘Omnibus‘ Ryan and note why it is vital for the electorate to remain as committed as ever to isolate all vestiges of the UniParty:

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The financial interests of the UniParty (within the professional political class) are never going to improve with a Donald Trump candidacy.  Trump represents an existential threat to every aspect of scheme and graft that infects the DC apparatus.   For them there is no upside in any of this; hence they will remain steadfast in their opposition.

The ‘principles‘ Speaker Ryan mentions are more accurately defined as indulgences.  Those indulgences are not policy matters, they are issues of livelihood and income.

Speaker Ryan is only one representative voice who has been paid, directly paid, by Wall Street interests for a legislative priority list.  That list includes: ♦ the retention of Obamacare, ♦ the advancement of Common Core, ♦ the success of Trans-Pacific Trade ratification and ♦ comprehensive immigration reform to include amnesty.

Donald Trump as a representative ‘will of the people’, is in direct opposition to each of these Wall Street legislative priorities. Therefore there is no policy compromise possible from two fundamentally oppositional sets of interests.

If We The People are to succeed in overwhelming the legislative agenda of Wall Street, we can only accomplish that endeavor through a resounding statistical victory carrying our voice.  Donald Trump must carry a “majority voter mandate” through the convention to ensure those who would carry out the usurping intent find themselves fully in the minority position.

In June of 2014 Comprehensive Immigration Reform, via the Gang-of-Eight bill, was not eliminated by congress, it was eliminated by the will of the people through the removal of Majority Leader Eric Cantor.  Without Cantor’s defeat, the immigration vote was only three days from passage in the House of Representatives. Similarly, the collective will of the electorate must be urgently visible at the GOP convention by the nominee of the people carrying the message.

Every Vote Counts – toward insuring that message is clear and resounding.

The oppositional entities will use every angle of statistical analysis to carry out the Wall Street agenda despite the will of the people.

Historically, this same thing happened in 2010 when 70% of the national electorate opposed ObamaCare, yet congress passed it anyway.  Never forget nor underestimate the intent of congress to usurp the will of the majority.

“If you like your plan”….  “If you like your doctor”…..  “It’s not a tax”…. “We must pass it to find out what’s in it”…. etc.  And remember Johnathan Gruber.

From the perspective inside the UniParty DC bubble the “whack-o-birds“, the slope-heads in flyover country, are insignificant to their collective agenda financed by K-Street lobbyists who are paid by Wall Street financiers.

Both sides of the legislative body hold firmly to a principle that obfuscation and manipulation can be used as tools to distract and ultimately avoid accountability.

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Battered Conservative Syndrome.

Thousands stood and cheered at CPAC for Paul “no-budget/Omnibus” Ryan.  Why?  Because the clapping audience was/are disassociated enablers unable to see the ridiculous construct of their applause.

We must be stronger in mind, will, and ultimately exhibited influence than the abusers who continually rely on scheme to deceive an unwilling electorate.

The intellectual foresight behind “Cold Anger” does not act despite itself, instead it prudently drives a reckoning; unrelenting and clear-eyed, toward the objective. Complacency and apathy are our enemies.

We must give candidate Donald Trump a clear, bold and decisive mandate in order to overcome the UniParty’s predictable, statistical, and deflective talking points.  Every vote matters until the last polling station closes on June 7th 2016.

Sweep up the confetti, take down the décor, empty the trash cans, stack up the chairs…

…. Meet at the Old Mill, We Ride At Midnight !

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583 Responses to Donald Trump Is The Nominee But Every State Needs To Keep Voting…

  1. Pam says:

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  2. srr says:

    There are already pockets of “Sweden” All Over America.

    This is far too often overlooked/deliberately ignored By All Media.

    Donald J. Trump is The Only Candidate with A Realistic Plan to Make All of America, America Again, So That America Can Be Great Again.

    EVERYONE Opposing Donald J. Trump for President, IS Voting To MAKE America SWEDEN.

    Watch, listen, understand how they are doing it and how bad it is –

    The Fall of Sweden
    Ingrid Carlqvist and Stefan Molyneux

    6 May 2016

    In the midst of the European Migrant Crisis, Sweden has been said to be on the verge of economic collapse under the weight of mass Muslim immigration. Ingrid Carlqvist joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the state of Sweden, the impact of multiculturalism, Islam as a totalitarian political ideology, the massive increase of crime, the rise of a true rape culture and what the future looks like for the Swedish people.

    Ingrid Carlqvist is a journalist and author based in Sweden, a Distinguished Senior Fellow of Gatestone Institute, and editor-in-chief of Dispatch International .

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    • pawatcher says:

      Thank you srr!! This should be mandatory for every high school civics class, the next generations need to understand how to keep Our culture out of the hands of government.
      Of course it is up to Trump and We the People to grab Our culture out of the hands of DC government and bureaucracies. Border security, immigration laws enforced, understanding the incompatibility of Islam with Our constitution are necessary as quickly as possible. Should start on day one of Trump’s Presidency.
      Just remember Sweden has a population of 9 million- that’s the size of NJ. Each state has to have it’s powers restored, wrench it out of DC, and throw a monkey wrench into the works of DC globalists. Multiculturalism is not compatible with US.
      Will share this video with as many as I can. Like looking into a crystal ball- this is what’s on the horizon for US, courtesy of Our own government.

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  3. Maisy says:

    I read Cruz still trying to get delegates so it is important to realize that these crooked elites are still working to Stop Trump.Do not let your guard down. If you think they are accepting Trump or the American people are going to disrupt their long plans for globalism you are mistaken.Ryan probably still planning to throw in for the convention and the voters be slapped down. This Is a battle for control of the entire world.

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    • Martin says:

      Indeed! I am convinced this is a fake quit, stepping out of the spotlight to work at his “problem” from another angle. Remember, there was a “secret” meeting of Cruz and Kasich and several national-level GOPers during the CA Convention. I take this as another Sea Island conclave, only for a course correction. What happened only after Indiana is evidence. I don’t believe the money dried up, that he had an epiphany, or that he had damaged his campaign beyond repair. That’s too easy. The staunch behavior of the bots/#NeverTrump contingent makes me uneasy.

      Somebody will talk, let something slip, or an FEC filing will illuminate the clues.

      “Coast” is not in the Trump family vocabulary, and TRUST towards the GOPe should not be in ours. It’s not all good until Inauguration Day.

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  4. Sandra says:

    Sorry to those of you who had seen all of my comments from last night and my earlier ones today, but I’m really interested in the details of the WV primary and trying to figure out whether or not this primary would ever be important, thanks to it’s quirky rules.

    On the ballot are Presidential candidates as well as delegates. Each WV voter chooses a Presidential candidate. The winner of that contest receives 3 bound RNC delegates.

    Each WV voter then chooses a particular number of statewide delegates and a particular number of congressional district delegates. Some of the delegates are shown to be “committed” to certain candidates, others are listed as “uncommitted”. None of these delegates are bound, so at the convention even the delegates listed as Trump-committed are not required to vote for Trump at the national convention. This is similar to PA with all of its unbound delegates.

    I don’t doubt that Trump and his team fully understand the workings of the WV primary. And being so close to being the nominee, and perhaps even having received some back-room guarantee that he will be the nominee, they may see WV as being unnecessary. Even if Cruz were still an active candidate, winning only 3 delegates up front and having to wait until the convention to see how the other delegates will vote … not really worth a great effort.

    The way I look at it though … Trump hasn’t yet reached 1237 so he should go for every delegate he can get, even the measly 3 from WV. And if by some horrible chance there is a contested convention, it would be better if WV elects the Trump-committed delegates than the Cruz-committed or uncommitted delegates. There’s no guarantee that the Trump-committed delegates will vote for Trump but there’s probably a better chance that they will than any other type of delegate.

    Also, the vague message to WV voters could possibly be interpreted by people in other states that their vote no longer matters, that he’s got this nomination locked down. If he does already and we’re not aware of it because we don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes, well that’s great but I wish he could share. 🙂 If he doesn’t have the nomination yet and we’re trying to avoid a contested convention mess, then it’s really important for voters to drive Trump well past 1237.

    If you respond to my post, please let it be discussion of the details of the WV primary. I really am not interested in hearing vague “Trump won WV” or “don’t worry”. I want to understand the process. We all should understand it. Now that I know about WV’s primary I think the citizens there are being cheated by the process, much like in PA. How can you vote for delegates but have no idea how they will vote at the convention? It’s not as bad as what happened in CO though, that was the worst!

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    • benY says:

      IMO, nothing is over even after 1237. Slimy Cruz hinted at Trump not getting a plurality of the voting public, and even if Trump gets more votes (not delegates) then anyone else I believe they will try to ride the dead horse that “more voters did not vote for Trump than for him”. This is why I think Trump should push for overwhelming voter counts in all states. They can change the rules to whatever they want, delegates, no delegates. Not saying it will work, but the best defense is a good offense.

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      • Never take anything for granted when it comes to the GOPe. Especially in your state GOPe officials.

        We here in Colorado can testify to that. You must watch them like a hawk, all the way to the end. Every single one of them.

        Find out who your state chairman is, and who everyone one is on your state committee.

        Make sure they know that you know who they are.

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        • Bosporous Byzantium says:

          Bingo! The GOP and the Democrats should be watched the same way you deal with bedbugs…..leave nothing to chance.

          “They” are near their food source and wait till you are sleeping, don’t pay attention or ignorant of the surroundings.

          Vigilance by disseminating information, voting, picket lines and showing up to meetings to voice your angry voices.

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    • Eris says:

      Thank you Sandra. I did the research with Google and came up with the same information you did but it’s amazing the amount of misinformation being passed around claiming that the WV delegates are automatically won by Mr. Trump when in fact the weird WV Republican Presidential Preferential Primary is a direct election of 31 delegates who are legally unbound (“soft pledged”). The remaining unelected 3 delegates are state party leaders who are pledged to vote for the primary popular votes winner but are also legally unbound). People keep referring to a rule that does not exist. Sigh.

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    • Yep, keep going.
      If an alligator eats everyone but one participant in the Iron Man race, the lone survivor Must still cross the finish line to win.

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  5. Pam says:

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  6. Pam says:

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    • scott says:

      I doubt Trump was surprised when this happened! He knew it was coming and used it to make a statement that Ryan is the bad guy while good guy Trump is trying to unite the party.

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      • mhs100 says:

        This proves that Super-pac, Elites, the Party, Establishment, etc not supporting Trump, do not care about this country or its people. It is all about them being in control and finances.

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  7. melski says:

    Besides Ryan, McCain and Graham, how many more of the GOPe will we need to “Cantor” before they crawl out from under their rocks and see the sunlight?

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  8. Raffaella says:

    I AM STILL CONCERNED ABOUT LAST NIGHTS WV RALLY – it is posted everywhere for people to replay and hear Trump say not to vote. No one from campaign is correcting it. Trump tweeted later but not sure if it is enough.

    POST ON EVERY BLOG COMMENT SECTION THAT PEOPLE NEED TO KEEP VOTING. and link it to this article by Sundance.

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    • froggieleggs says:

      If you watched Hannity last night, He played a clip of Trump’s WV rally. When Trump told them they didn’t need to vote, he explained it’s because he is the only one running so all delegates go to him.

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      • Raffaella says:

        It does not matter if Trump gets all delegates or not. The optics of Trump not winning in big numbers even after everyone has dropped out is horrible. If by chance Trump supporters do not show up but Cruz supporters do, then Cruz wins, Horrible optics for Trump.

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        • froggieleggs says:

          Oh I totally get that. I was just trying to easy your mind that Trump knows what he is doing in regards to hitting that 1237 mark. 🙂 I completely agree that people still need to get out and vote.

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        • WeThePeople2016 says:

          I agree with you.

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        • Was Trump standing on the New Madrid Fault line?
          This seems like the first fracture of Trump supporters. (Moderate 5 – 5.9)

          Trump does not need anyone to vote to win all the delegates per WV laws.
          Winning the popular vote by Cruz or Kasich would be a bad situation played over 24/7.

          Trump winning all the delegates without voters voting sounds like CO voting.

          Trump would be getting the highest percentage of popular vote now that he is the only nominee. That is a very good reason for everyone to show up to vote.

          There are other candidates in the primary that needs to get voter support.
          I voted for 17 people other than presidential choice in my states election.

          Go out and show support for West Virginia, support for Trump, support for Government of the people, by the people, for the people.

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        • redsequin4 says:

          Totally agree. He needs to keep racking up the popular vote, he has historic numbers and those will only grow as the rest of the primary states vote. That will feed into his momentum for the convention and general. How would it look if the Trump voters stayed home and the Cruz and Kasich voters racked up big numbers? I don’t trust Cruz, he’s playing some shadow games right now.

          Anyway I hope DT doesn’t ever say this again to voters in other primaries! Why isn’t Manafort or Corey telling him to stop saying this? He mentioned it again on BB this morning while being interviewed by Bannon.

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        • tellthetruth2016 says:

          Then thatvwould show Lyin Cruz On WV BUT, TRUMP got the delegates. …… Yea, people should still vote…….

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      • The WV sec of state shows ALL candidates still registered: http://www.sos.wv.gov/elections/pages/default.aspx

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      • 123loulou says:

        They have only suspended their campaigns, they did not withdraw from the campaign. Plus the republicans can still throw somebody into the mix. Trump needs to get the 1237 delegate votes. It is not over till the fat lady sings.

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      • Concerned says:

        I don’t know how Hannity can say all of the delegates go to Trump when they are not bound. And unlike PA where they had the vote and then Trump’s team talked to the elected delegates and perhaps convinced some to vote for Trump, the WV delegates are completely unknown until Tuesday. My guess is that they are writing WV off because of the bizarre primary there. Primaries where delegates instead of candidates are elected are so weird. Illinois has that too but the delegates are bound.

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        • froggieleggs says:

          Hannity didn’t say it Trump said it at his rally. At least in the clip he played on his show. Being as Trump is the only candidate running, all delegates go to him on the night of the primary. Trump is planning on making 1237 before the convention.

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          • Concerned says:

            But the delegates don’t go to Trump, that’s the thing. If it were a normal winner-take-all primary, they would, but WV is different. Direct-elect delegates, and they’re not bound. More like PA than any other state.

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        • tellthetruth2016 says:

          But, there are other people running for office on th ballot also, YES, VOTE, W. V, VOTE….

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          • Pam says:

            That’s right. It’s not all about Trump in primaries. A governor will be elected this year, and after years of Dem governors, there is a Republican running who apparently has a chance. The Republican is uncontested, but there are many other state offices to be voted on. Also, some offices will be filled by ONLY the primary vote (they call them “non-partisan”.)

            I’d post a link, but I wrote a long comment about this and WP kicked it out, so the only thing I could figure was the link. Search for “offices on the 2016 ballot – Natalie Tennant.” It will bring up an official wv.gov page with the info.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      I’m concerned about why no one in the Trump campaign has made a correction. It starts to appear like they won’t admit a misstep or at least offer an explanation.

      A Tweet doesn’t cut it in my opinion. Maybe Mr. Trump will address today at his rally.

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      People will still go out and vote. Why? Because they want to. They want to be part of Trumps movement. He was just saying that they didn’t really have to if they didn’t want to.
      I wouldn’t be surprised if he still gets a record turnout.
      I wish he hadn’t said it but it is what it is.

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    • mazziflol says:

      I dunno..I havent heard anything really. Im kind of tuned out of MSM though. Then again, would anyone who would be voting for Trump really be listening to the MSM anyway? It’s 6 of 1, 1/2 dozen of the other. It was a miss speak or whatever, and although maybe a serious, seems many are making a mountain out of a mole hill. Don’t forget Trump also said “Even though we are winning, pretend were losing…because we need to win big.”

      When the MSM freaks out and starts pimping the “Trump said not to vote…OMG!!!!!” We vulgarians are not listening anyways….

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    • Riddick says:

      Still 3 days to go, plenty of time to re-focus.

      Interesting that Drudge played this well and has no link to any of this.

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  9. Venus says:

    Well, well, well look at everyone –Trump supporters and not — running around telling others there IS a need to vote still.

    I think Trump may just know what he’s doing.

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    • Bingo! Man is a political master chess player.

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      • flova says:

        Not to mention Manafort. This guy comes on board and Trump knocks out Cruz and Kasich fast and hard.

        The 2 of them together have at least 70 years of master tournaments between them.

        BTW, Keep it up Ryan–you are only making us stronger and increasing Trump voters. How stupid are these people? They are the ones who sold us out and now they think we care if they don’t support Trump? That’s the best endorsement he could hope for. The people, the abused former victims, are fighting back!

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    • Concerned says:

      I think Trump may just know what he’s doing.

      But do you understand what’s going on with WV? Maybe you’re OK just placing your faith in the Trump team and believing that they will never make any mistakes. I’m not. I want to understand everything. I think the reason why crappy politicians have been elected for so many years is because we did not do our due diligence, we didn’t take the time to understand how the political processes work.

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  10. Remington says:

    I don’t think we’ve seen the last of lyin’ ted. Things are never as they seem with the GOPe, and should NEVER be trusted. The abrupt “suspension” of his campaign came as a surprise to not only me, but his staff as well. Thinking out loud, could it be that since he was so odious,so repulsive, someone made a decision to get him get him away from the public eye. As we’ve been saying, the more exposure he has, the less people liked him. So they resort to plan B, let him work behind the scenes. We’re hearing that he is buying/bribing delegates…communicating with people that they should still vote for him….Maybe this devil is being held under “raps” until Cleveland?

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    • Raffaella says:

      I saw on Twitter that Cruz’s campaign is still sending out emails to supporters and scheming quietly. DO NOT TRUST ANYONE.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      It is certainly a possibility that they simply decided to move him behind the curtain for the time being.. Cruz was naturally highly invested in his campaign. Understandably, It would be extremely hard for him to give up the race.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      I read that Cruz’s immediate reason to suspend the campaign was Trump’s mention of Cruz’s father’s association with Lee Harvey Oswald — and all that that might mean. Stop the shining of that light immediately. I also thought of this reason when Cruz hugged his father as he suspended his campaign, so eliminating Heidi in the inner circle that he elbowed her in the face. A second reason I also read is that the financiers said “no more” dough.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        I believe there is no doubt that the reason Cruz suspended was because of the exposure of his father’s past and the ties to his big benefactors. They slithered back to Texas after they were exposed in South Carolina and Jeb got out right after that. Then, they were about to face full exposure because of Cruz. Big mistake Daddy Cruz made coming out swinging against Donald Trump right before Indiana. Roger Stone also confirmed that he talked with Oswald’s former mistress who confirmed Senior Cruz was, in fact, tied to Oswald.

        It was likely a late hour call that Cruz received telling him he had to suspend, which explains why his staff were caught flat-footed and also why Kasich initially said he was staying in (since he thought Cruz was as well).

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    • Joe Knuckles says:

      The video of him punching and elbowing his wife in the face should finish him off. He was unlikable as could be already, this won’t help. He’s done, period.

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      • Keln says:

        I can’t stand Cruz, but the elbow thing was just a clumsy accident. Cruz seems to be an awkward person anyway.

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        • srr says:

          I have to disagree.

          Drama/acting, wasn’t a bit of fun for him in school, it was part of his training towards pulling off his grand plan.

          Cruz’s every gesture is calculated. His head tilts, upward nods, arm flourishes, everything a part of him carefully playing his part as some divinely chose priest/king, because that’s all he cares about, World Domination.

          Heide is not part of his world, so she wasn’t there for him to be careful of.
          It was clear insight into the man’s dangerous degree of monomania.

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      The GOP dried up his $$$$ or his big donors did not want to throw good money in the trash……..

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  11. fred5678 says:

    I look forward to an AVALANCHE of a TSUNAMI of voting in WV — first time to show how energized Trump voters are, even with no active competition.

    We have to demoralize Hillary!!!!!!!

    VOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTEVOTE

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  12. Paul Ryan has personified & perpetuated the ABC PRINCIPLES of the GOPe who elected him Speaker:
    ABANDON, BETRAY & COLLUDE
    • ABANDON Campaign Promises to your Voters, by leaving our borders undefended to flood America with Illegals & drugs, granting them Amnesty to cancel Citizens’ votes and perpetuating ObamaCare
    • BETRAY your Voters, by funding Democrats’ Agenda unopposed and passing Kickback Legislation to line Globalists’ pockets, multiply imports that destroy American Businesses and import foreigners to steal Citizen Jobs and suppress their Wages
    • COLLUDE against your Voters, to cancel their votes for Convention Delegates and cheat them of their democratically elected Nominee for President.

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    • Paul Ryan has practiced the ABCs of National Destruction at a level that transcends those of Hillary Clinton:
      • ABANDON our Nation’s Ambassador to Libya and his Defenders by allowing Islamists to murder them unopposed.
      • BETRAY our Nation through Bribery & Extortion tactics that lined her family’s pockets in return for Bill’s Presidential Pardons and International Deals that undermine American Sovereignty and Prosperity
      • COLLUDE with Islamists to destroy Mideast Stability and displace the Leaders of America’s Mideast Allies with Muslim Brotherhood terrorists

      Hillary may have undermined America’s International Interests, but

      Paul Ryan is a TRAITOR to HIS OWN PARTY’S VOTERS and AMERICA’S NATIONAL SECURITY, letting Obama go UNOPPOSED in leaving our borders undefended, refusing to enforce our immigration laws, and funding America’s Self-Declared Islamist Enemy Iran with $150 Billion.

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    • How can any American Patriot vote for ANY GOP Representative who fails to replace Paul Ryan as Speaker, or ANY GOP Senator who votes in favor of ANY part of Paul Ryan’s Globalist Agenda?

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  13. Daz says:

    I think everyone should vote even though he’s the only candidate running. To send a clear message to the Uniparty that ALL the states demand Donald Trump as president. That we won’t be silenced. I don’t know what Trump”s thinking, but I know what many voters are thinking. America values are not just Trump”s alone, but it’s ours to.

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  14. seasand47 says:

    The betrayal of the RNC has just pushed me over to donate to Trump campaign! Thanks to CTH and Sundance for all the uptodate information.

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  15. srr says:

    At DRUDGE –

    +160,000 jobs in April…
    Fewest in 7 Months…
    94,044,000 not participating…
    BUT 25,460,000 Foreigners Working…

    Economic growth slows sharply…

    RECORD AMERICANS RENOUNCE CITIZENSHIP

    Gee, so how’s that UN pandering UNI-Party System workin’ for ya?

    Don’t you think it’s time to Elect An America Lovin’ American Man to be President?
    An American who can and will get America back to work Making America Great Again,
    is Donald J. Trump.

    I don’t see any other who has the CV and Proven track record, to qualify for the job, and get it done, in record time and under budget.

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  16. Okeydoker says:

    Ryan is an open borders amnesty dirtbag that needs to be defeated!

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    • Carolina Kat says:

      When you see our political class in DC, you realize we must have legalized prostitution. Ryan isn’t so much ‘for’ these things, he probably has no strong opinion, he’s just PAID to be for these things.

      OTOH, Trump believes in what he is fighting for – and that will make all the difference.

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  17. Mike says:

    I just sent this to the Donald Trump campaign:

    “Dear Team Trump

    I’ve been a Trump supporter since early on. I’m assuming you get a lot of unsolicited, helpful advice, and here’s a little more.

    There is worry and concern among your ranks about the comments to not vote in the upcoming West Virginia Primary. I know you tweeted a correction, but the media is not exactly being quick on the draw in getting the word out. I think we all know their agenda. I also think many in WV may think they do not have to vote.

    Here’s my suggestion: I got tickets for the Fort Wayne, IN rally and know of your procedure. Those in WV had to go through the same procedure I did, and know that you have everyone’s mobile phone numbers and can text them.

    Why don’t you simply TEXT everyone and tell them that they have to vote? That way you will know that everyone got the message. Maybe you can then tell your online contacts that you have done so, and they can spread the word.

    I think it might help clearing up the confusion and anxiety. That’s my helpful, unsolicited advice. Hope it helps

    Best wishes

    (name redacted)

    I sent it here, don’t know if this is the right place. It’s the only place I found on his site for contact,
    Any help anybody wants to give in this matter is appreciated.

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  18. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Thank you SD for pointing this out again. I hope that Trump clears this up at his rallies today. It is very important that the voters actually vote in the upcoming primaries to secure the 1,237 delegate number needed and to give Trump a cushion as well. It is also important to increase his vote totals to show the world and the GOPe the mandate by We the People!

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  19. srr says:

    Should the U.S. Build an “ISIS Wall”?
    by Raymond Ibrahim • May 5, 2016 at 4:00 am

    “If you really want to protect Americans from ISIS, you secure the southern border. It’s that simple.” — Rep. Duncan Hunter .

    The Department of Homeland Security denied Hunter’s claims, called them “categorically false” and added that “no credible intelligence to suggest terrorist organizations are actively plotting to cross the southwest border.” Days later, however, it was confirmed that “4 ISIS Terrorists” were arrested crossing the border into Texas.

    Under Obama’s presidency alone, 2.5 million illegals have crossed the border. And those are just the ones we know about. How many of these are ISIS operatives, sympathizers or facilitators?

    Securing the U.S.-Mexico border — with an electronic fence, which has worked so effectively in Israel — is more urgent than we think.

    Image: The Israeli-built border fence between Israel and Egypt, completed in December 2013, put a complete stop to illegal infiltration from Egypt into Israel. Before the fence was built, many terrorists, traffickers, and drug smugglers crossed the border each year. (Image source: Idobi/Wikimedia Commons)

    Of all the reasons a majority of Americans support the plan of businessman and U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump to “build a wall” along the U.S.-Mexico border, perhaps the most critical is to avoid letting terrorists into the country. Drugs enter, the victims of traffickers enter, but the most imminent danger comes from operatives of the Islamic State (ISIS) and like-minded groups that are trying to use this porous border as a way to smuggle weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) into the United States and launch terror attacks that could make 9/11 seem like a morning in May.

    Just last week, “One of the American men accused in Minnesota of trying to join the Islamic State group wanted to open up routes from Syria to the U.S. through Mexico… Guled Ali Omar told the ISIS members about the route so that it could be used to send members to America to carry out terrorist attacks, prosecutors alleged in a document.”

    Continue Reading Article –
    http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/7987/isis-mexico-border-wall

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      “If you really want to protect Americans from ISIS, you secure the southern border. It’s that simple.” — Rep. Duncan Hunter .

      This is one of the reasons why I keep saying Rep. Duncan Hunter would be a great V.P. pick.

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      • Voltaire's Crack says:

        I like him for Interior. There are a lot of water problems in CA and this will be a bigger issue. Need a west-coaster to reform land management practices. I believe he would be really good at this.

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  20. Gnu and Improved says:

    Someone mentioned that Paul Ryan looks like Eddie Munster. Cruz looks like Grandpa Munster. I’m starting to see a pattern here. 😄

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  21. LW says:

    I understand Trump gets the delegates but if the Cruz people show up to vote, do we really want the media reporting that Cruz beat him in votes? Also, do they have local gop running that can be hurt from low turn out?

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  22. Pops says:

    So Trump had a brain fart last night, so what? There are more important things to be concerned about, and keeping the heat on the Hilderbeast is number one. IMHO.

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    • Reality Wins says:

      I have been pointing out to Dems and GOPe types that before the political season started the mantra from both sides was – NO MORE CLINTONS / NO MORE BUSHS!

      We on the right gave Bush the heave ho whilst the left is coronating Clinton and the GOPe is cheering them on. If they haven’t figured out by the support Trump is getting that we have had enough then they deserve what is about to come at them.

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  23. Pops says:

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  24. Pops says:

    You can’t stump the Trump – episode XXV:

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  25. Carolina Kat says:

    At this point voting for Trump is an historic moment not to be missed. No matter the state of the race, don’t deny yourself of being part of this victory for America. Go Vote Trump 2016. Do it for yourself. Make history.

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    • Really, go and vote for Trump. We here in Colorado were denied that honor. Don’t let that happen to any of you out there if it is coming to your state.

      Make your vote heard and make your vote count.

      Aim small miss small.

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  26. srr says:

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 6 hours ago

    “@Ausbiz: Many would say that you are the only talented person running for the top job this time! #MakeAmericaGreatAgain #TrumpTrain”

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  27. gonzotx says:

    I wrote Nehlin and told him he needs to get on the Trump train. Very disappointed.

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    • Deb says:

      Cruz has a lot of support in two of the counties that make up the district he’s running in. Trump won Rock county, but the district also covers two other counties that are closer to Milwaukee and very blue. They are also full of establishment Republicans. He had to walk a fine line, as Ryan’s remarks about Trump reflect his constituents.

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    • To GOP Politicians: No Endorsement and Active Campaigning for Trump, No Funding or Votes from me. If you don’t join the Trump Train and DEMONSTRATE you’re making a difference to advance the Trump Agenda (and oppose that of the GOPe), you haven’t EARNED the opportunity to serve the American Citizens.

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  28. srr says:

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 6 minutes ago

    I hear @JoeNBC of rapidly fading @Morning_Joe is pushing hard for a third party candidate to run. This will guarantee a Crooked Hillary win.

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    • Trumpire says:

      I really like the “Crooked Hillary” name. It’s genius branding, actually.

      Use it everywhere. Saturate the populace it. It sinks in. It really does.

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    • srr says:

      Yep, Trump is right about The Media.
      They lie worse than Cruz, to keep Crooks like Hillary in power, to keep paying the lying Media to keep Crooks like Hillary in power, to keep paying the lying Media … do you see a pattern … well just like Joe’s tanking show, this is from an Australian News Family (Fairfax), that would have long ago gone bankrupt, if not for their crooked politician mates –

      Hillary needs to get into the gutter
      ANALYSIS Clinton and her surrogates have to throw dirt – throw lots of it, throw it first and throw it fast.

      http://www.theage.com.au/world/trump-v-clinton-will-be-the-dirtiest-campaign-in-american-political-history-20160506-gonvqk.html

      btw, that slop, that goes on, and on,and on (including with images designed to ‘trigger’ ‘hateful emotions towards Trump),isn’t an “analysis”, it’s an attempt at a killer hit piece against Donald Trump of the ‘quality’ you’d expect from a modern, spoiled brat, hormonal teen having a temper tantrum … in other words, it will have currency with it’s target audience.

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    • Martin says:

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    • redsequin4 says:

      Yeah Joe said yesterday he’s disappointed Trump hadn’t walked back the temporary ban on Muslims and now he can’t vote for Trump because of that. So no more Trump interviews I predict. Trump needs him like a hole in the head. Joe and Mika can continue their shtick of talking over each other and dressing alike.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        This happens every election. The media is reasonable to Republicans during the Primary, like they have been to Trump, until the GE. Then, they go back to their liberal ways. Trump has already made his mark and proven he can take his message directly to the people. He really no longer needs the media. They will continue to have him on anyway, because he helps their ratings. However, by now, we know he is battle-hardened to withstand the GE.

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        • paper doll says:

          It’s impossible to know what Joe and Mika actually think about anything imo…they aren’t paid for their opinions…just repeat the ones they are given to say . Apparently the big wigs at GE don’t like Trump.

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  29. Trumpire says:

    Tempest in a teapot. Hand-wringers let it go.

    Get back on message with VOTE TRUMP, VOTE TRUMP, VOTE TRUMP!

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    • Concerned says:

      It’s not helpful to write “let it go”. There are people who want to understand the primaries. Don’t criticize them.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Trumpire says:

        I haven’t read all the comments and if some need explanations that fine but there are some really weak kneed nervous Nellies who need to get a grip. It’s just a speck of dust is not a log.

        Eyes on the prize.

        Crush Cruz, Crush Ryan, Crush the Uniparty, CRUSH CROOKED HILLARY!

        VOTE TRUMP, VOTE TRUMP, VOTE TRUMP

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  30. Just FYI, even if all the other candidates perform seppuku I will be voting for Trump in NJ.

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    • Concerned says:

      I learned a new word today. Thank you. And I would too if I were someone in any of the remaining states! Enjoy your vote! I don’t think it’s over until the RNC declares that Trump is the official nominee. Until then your votes are just as important now as they were when Cruz suspended.

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  31. rumpole2 says:

    Paul Ryan needs to contact Team trump and ask if he can make an appointment with one of Trump’s aides and get briefed on the way things are now that Trump is the Head of the Party.
    Ryan does not get it…. yet!
    He needs to try and catch up… get up to speed.

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  32. srr says:

    People, a Six Year Old Child is NOT an “activist”!
    Being Used and Abused as a Political Tool, yes, and look who’s doing the using and abusing –

    Hypocrite Obama Bars Illegal Alien Parents of Child Amnesty Activist from White House

    President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden met with child amnesty activist Sophie Cruz at the White House on Thursday as part of a celebration of the Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo–but Obama barred six-year-old Sophie’s illegal alien parents from joining her at the White House because of their immigration status.

    Sophie became world-famous last year when she was used for a publicity stunt by a pro-amnesty group in which she rushed the motorcade of Pope Francis in Washington, D.C. to personally lobby the Pope for help in pushing amnesty.

    La Casa Blanca ✔ ‎@lacasablanca
    Today, @POTUS and @VP met young activist Sophie Cruz at the White House #CincoDeMayo reception. Photo by @petesouza.
    11:25 AM – 6 May 2016

    Obama has made a mockery of immigration laws by granting temporary amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens while gutting border and interior enforcement. Yet Obama declined to intervene and grant a waiver to Sophie’s parents so they could join their daughter at the White House.

    The Washington Post stayed with Sophie’s parents while their daughter was in the White House:

    Arelis R. Hernández ✔ ‎@arelisrhdz
    VIDEO: Six-year-old Sophie Cruz heads into the White House while her parents have to wait for her outside. http://wapo.st/1Nl2fdd
    6:15 AM – 6 May 2016

    “On the screen of her pink iPhone, Zoyla Cruz watched her young daughter ogle the desserts being served Thursday at the White House celebration of Cinco de Mayo.

    Six-year-old Sophie — known around the world for darting past security to reach Pope Francis last fall — was invited to the event as a “champion of immigration reform,” the White House said. Her parents, two of this country’s 11 million undocumented immigrants, were not permitted to accompany her because of their immigration status.

    So while Sophie squealed in delight about the performance of the Mexican rock band Maná at the presidential mansion, her parents waited for her at a restaurant a block away.

    “It breaks my heart,” Zoyla Cruz said in Spanish, teary at missing her little girl’s latest moment in the spotlight. “I’m dying. Imagine all those families separated by deportation.”

    Zoyla and Raul Cruz crossed the border from Mexico a decade ago in search of economic opportunity. He works in a Los Angeles factory; she was a retail cashier before becoming a stay-at-home mom. Because of Sophie, who was born in California, and 2-year-old Sahara, they would probably qualify for deportation relief under a program proposed by President Obama that is under review by the U.S. Supreme Court.””

    more links at –
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/05/hypocrite-obama-bars-illegal-alien-parents-child-amnesty-activist-white-house/

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    • srr says:

      Everywhere I look, all over the world, all I see is how vitally important it is VOTE FOR TRUMP, Make Trump The President of America, Make America Great Again, and Be a Beacon of For The World Again, Guiding humanity away from the deadly shores we’re all being tossed towards.

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    • Concerned says:

      Could that be any more barfy? What a bunch of superficial nonsense. Is this what we’ve been reduced to? That’s politics for stupid people. Obama’s exit cannot come soon enough!!!

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  33. NYTS says:

    This is final confirmation that we need a viable 3rd party for Independents. The R party can not be rehabilitated. The D party is long gone. Not a singular belief in common, except more spending. The last few years of unparalleled government debt creation indicates their true motives. The real reason the Fed can’t raise rates is the debt becomes unsustainable within the annual budget we don’t even produce anymore. (Et tu Ryan?) Though I do believe it’s law to do so. Nothing but continuing debt resolutions. With the public pony show about “blame”. This slime will fight Trump every step of the way. Nothing should surprise us.

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  34. Kalena says:

    Listening to the radio as I work today. Goodness, there are a lot of butthurt Uniparty GOP traitors refusing to get behind our presumptive nominee. I am so disgusted. Even Rush Limbaugh was laughing at Grahamnesty complaining the Trump is “not conservative enough”. Zowie!!!

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  35. v4ni11ista says:

    3 Moonbats in commie hats, 3 RINOs with K-Street cats, 3 Omnibus and debt roof liars, 3 delegate and vote deniers went out to wail and join the Pigs in Hillary vests and Bernie wigs. But suddenly, Trump won the game, and so America’s Great Again!

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  36. keebler AC says:

    For those who may have missed it earlier 😀

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  37. DJF says:

    Here is a link to the Varney & Co. interview with Paul Nehlen this morning, for those who are interested but may have missed it.
    https://goo.gl/c82KrX

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    • Concerned says:

      Wow, that’s big! Nehlen was on FOX Business! Good for him, I hope he has lots more appearances, get his name out there.

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      • DJF says:

        Not good. He backed away from supporting Trump.

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        • Concerned says:

          As mentioned elsewhere, part of his district is heavily infested by gopes. Keep in mind, Ryan is from the same district. Southeastern WI is gope country. They are the ones who made Cruz win Wisconsin.

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          • DJF says:

            Right. So his brave stance is not so much, in reality. As he said this a.m. he will “wait till the party elites are done with the process”. So much for the Harley persona.

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            • Concerned says:

              Well, he’s running for office, so I don’t know what “brave” means if you do something that kills your chance to be elected.

              I put together some info:

              Wisconsin’s CD-1 includes the following entire counties (show with the primary vote results for Trump and Cruz):

              Kenosha
              Trump 11,139
              Cruz 10,855

              Racine
              Trump 11,756
              Cruz 18,698

              Walworth
              Trump 7,534
              Cruz 10,719

              Wisconsin’s CD-1 also includes portions of three other counties. If the voting demographics are evenly distributed so that we can presume that the votes in the portions are proportional to the votes in the entire counties, then we have the following:

              Rock (eastern half only)
              Trump 5,132
              Cruz 4,519

              Waukesha (southern third only)
              Trump 9,062
              Cruz 25,041

              Milwaukee (southern third only)
              Trump 9,839
              Cruz 20,482

              Adding up the votes for each candidate we get this for the entire district:

              CD-1
              Trump 54,462
              Cruz 90,314

              As you can see, Trump is a loser in CD-1. No surprise because nearly the entire southwest corner of WI is serious GOPE territory. This is why Nehlen cannot attach himself to Trump.

              It’s more important to boot Ryan out than it is to demand that Nehlen pledge allegiance to Trump, IMO. Booting Ryan out affects the entire US, because Ryan will no longer be SOTH. Putting Nehlen in office just means that Wisconsin’s CD-1 has a new representative, i.e., it’s local to the district and doesn’t affect the rest of the country. I think it’s a great deal all around.

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  38. Eric Kennedy says:

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  39. keebler AC says:

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  40. Raffaella says:

    THIS IS GETTING DANGEROUS REGARDING WV. Comments directly from RedState and Cruz supporters:

    Donald Trump Tells His WV Supporters To Not Vote In the Primary (VIDEO) | RedState
    http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2016/05/06/donald-trump-tells-wv-supporters-vote-primary-video/

    So what happens if they don’t turn out, #NeverTrump does, and he still drops below 1237?

    These states already printed their ballots.

    Cruz’ name is still on there.

    TRUMP NEEDS TO FIX THIS RIGHT AWAY. EVEN IF TRUMP GETS ALL THE DELEGATES, THE VISUAL OF TRUMP LOSING WV WILL BE HORRIBLE.

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  41. Pam says:

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  42. Gunnhild says:

    It ain’t over until the fat lady sings…past errors have been assuming what was thought to be a shoo-in. Never assume and vote your primary.

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