Mourning Joe: #Hillary2016 Imagines Superdelegates As Joe Biden Surfs Using His Son’s Coffin

Mourning Joe Biden is using the death of his son as a rationale to run for president. It’s not the first time Biden plugged into a family tragedy for personal political gain. If Joe Biden had family scruples he would tend to the living philanderer coke-head son and stop riding on the dead one’s coffin.

We sincerely hope Joe Biden runs for president against Hillary Clinton. We have two reasons for hoping the drunk lines up for the nomination race. Reason #1: maybe then Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, and Hillary2016, will finally wake up to the Barack Obama knife stuck in their backs. Reason #2: we want good Americans who enjoy sleazy gossip to get their fill.

This election cycle will be a sleazefest. On the GOP side the Republican establishment hopes are pinned on some scandal to bring down The Donald. Already, the allegation of rape has been trotted out but went flaccid as the alleged victim, the former wife, not only disputed the nonsense but also endorsed Donald Trump declaring he would be a grand president.

Hillary of course is the target of lots of sleaze allegations in Big Media. Most, if not all, of the sludge against Hillary comes from the Obama White House and Valerie Jarrett. As we know Barack Obama built his career secretly flinging an endless supply of Chicago stockyard feces and mud. It’s what Obama does.

Thus far however, Joe Biden has not faced the music. Other than an occasionally drunken dance, Joe Biden has been able to play the sad clown crying over a dead son.

Once the drunk dance is over, the piper must be payed. We’re here to collect.

As Obama connivers in the White House plot to bring Hillary2016 down, the pawn they have chosen is the perpetual loser Joe Biden. Joe Biden is a willing pawn, but a pawn nevertheless.

With the death of Joe Biden’s son Beau Biden, a path for pawns opened up for Joe Biden. For years Joe Biden has milked the story of the death of his wife. With the death of Beau Biden the path toward political profit became clear to dear ol’ Joe.

No one thought of Joe Biden for president in 2016. He’s a proven loser every time he has run for president. He’s been run out of a race because he is a plagiarist. Biden left his last presidential run after getting less than one percent of the vote in Iowa.

As everyone without political sense presumed, Hillary Clinton was to be the nominee in 2016. No one thought of Joe Biden, drunk in his basement, dancing as if he was back in The Villages of Florida. But with the death of Beau, a light bulb went pop, just like a badly implanted hair plug, over Joe’s woozy head.

Joe Biden went to the garbage scow called Maureen Dowd and told the sad tale, in ghastly detail, how on his death bed, good ol’ Beau begged daddy to run for president. It bought tears to our eyes.

We can see Beau, pallid and ashen, moments from death’s grip, barely able to lift a paw to talk to his paw. All very Grand Guignol. The only thing missing is a floating specter of the dead first wife rising through the headboard, or the liquor cabinet, to say “yes Joe, move towards the light, the klieg lights, nothing says grieving like a campaign press release, donor conferences, and a dead son quoted in the New York Times.”

Mourning becomes election.

Joe Biden might be mourning the death of his son’s electoral ambitions. Beau, at the time of his death was prepping to carry on the family dynasty with an election run for Governor of Delaware in 2016. It pains anyone in the Obama orbit to let a crisis go to waste. So Joe Biden will exploit the death of Beau and the death of Governor Biden 2016 to try a Biden 2016 presidential run.

Of course, the obvious way to balm the electoral itch in 2016 is to hunt for another Biden to run for office. As it happens there is a Hunter Biden in the family. But alas, Hunter ain’t getting jack. Why is that?

Pity Hunter Biden. Everyone is talking about Beau, the dead Biden, but few are talking about Hunter Biden. Why is that? Shouldn’t Joe think about Hunter, the son who lives?

In this age of gossip, let’s consider Hunter Biden. The last time Hunter Biden made a career move, few noticed. Big Media didn’t really think it was classy to discuss Hunter’s career moves. It was just not a topic to be discussed in polite company. But we didn’t go to Vassar.

Hunter Biden’s last career move was when he, was, um, 44:

The Navy Reserve discharged Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter this year after he tested positive for cocaine, U.S. officials confirmed.

The discharge of Biden, a 44-year-old lawyer and managing partner at an investment firm, was first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Thursday. He confirmed the report in a statement to CNN.

That was in 2014. By now, with the death of Beau in tow, surely that Biden spawn has mended his ways. Good thing Big Media, so busy going through Hillary’s and Trump’s underwear draws, managed to find so little time to track Hunter Biden’s career moves. By 2015, Hunter is ready to be first son.

Big Media will not step on Joe Biden’s dreams, not with Beau hovering above as the patron ghoul of the campaign. So Big Media has not discussed Hunter Biden’s latest outreach programs:

Vice President Joe Biden’s Son Hunter Says Ashley Madison Account Is Not His

Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden says the Ashley Madison account opened using his email address does not belong to him.

I am certain that the account in question is not mine,” Biden says in a press statement. “This account was clearly set up by someone else without my knowledge, and I first learned about the account in question from the media.

The married father of three, 45, adds that he no longer uses the email address linked to the account on the hacked adultery website and says someone set up the profile under his name to discredit him.

Oooh, those dastard Republicans must be up to this. Look how clever they are, they stole his email account to set up an account with an adultery website. Or maybe it was evil Hillary Clinton. We hear Hillary and “email” discussed a lot these days so maybe she has something to do with this email scandal? Or maybe Hunter Biden is another innocent victim of hackers… like Anthony Weiner. Oooh, those clever Republicans will do anything to stop the Biden juggernaut!

Hunter Biden cannot possibly have anything to do with Ashley Madison:

Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s account on the extramarital dating website Ashley Madison was used and likely created on the Georgetown University campus while Biden was teaching there.

Of course this is all cheap gossip. No, let’s say international consequences, to any of this. Well, not exactly, if Beau, er Hunter Biden is to be believed:

The email address provided for “Robert Biden’s” account matched a personal email address once used by Biden, the vice president’s son confirmed.

Biden thinks international agents, possibly Russian, who objected to his board membership with a Ukrainian gas company set up a fake account to discredit him. A source close to Biden told People Magazine after the first Breitbart story ran that the IP address for the account traces to Jacksonville, Florida.

But account information shows that the profile, which was confirmed by a credit card purchase in 2014, was used at the latitude/longitude point of 38.912682, -77.071704.

That latitude-longitude point just happens to exist on the Georgetown University campus, at an administrative building on Reservoir Road. And Hunter Biden just happened to be teaching there around the time the account was set up.

Well, we’re just going to need an FBI investigation, maybe some congressional committees to investigate. Maybe Anthony Weiner can be called to testify.

FBI investigations or congressional investigations, what we need is for someone in Big Media to ask the Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden whether or not his family is a target of nefarious forces in Russia or elsewhere. We are sure Joe Biden will want a thorough investigation to make sure that Beau was not murdered, nor Hunter hunted. Let the Joe Biden examination by Big Media commence.

These matters of national security and Russian high level black-mail attempts might just be lies by Hunter Biden. But they require a full airing.

As Big Media continues to examine Hillary2016, and point out every weakness of Hillary Clinton and Hillary2016, the American People deserve an equal examination of Joe Biden.

We are told that Joe Biden is so much better on so many levels to get the nomination than Hillary Clinton that a full discussion is required. Ryan Lizza cited some of the high brow reasons why Mourning Joe should not run:

Even if Biden had a lead over Clinton with particular groups, it would be unusually difficult for him to campaign to her left. He has recently courted Senator Elizabeth Warren, but many Warren fans have moved into the Sanders camp. More awkwardly, as a senator from Delaware, which is home to the credit-card industry, Biden was the leading champion of the bankruptcy legislation that Warren spent a decade fighting against in the late nineteen-nineties and early two thousands. Biden’s record on criminal-justice reform is similarly out of step with the current Democratic Party: he was the author of the 1994 crime bill, from which many experts trace the record level of mass incarceration for nonviolent crimes, especially in minority communities.

On foreign policy, Clinton and Biden were often on different sides of important debates within the Obama Administration, with Biden more often taking the non-interventionist course and Clinton being more comfortable with the use of force. But on the great foreign-policy issue of modern times—the Iraq war—Biden, like Clinton, voted in favor of it while in the Senate.

One of the debates Hillary and drunken Joe differed on was the raid to get Osama Bin Laden. Hillary wanted to kill the killer. Joe? Joe said “no.”

As leftist loon Micheal Tomasky writes, a Hillary Clinton versus Joe Biden nomination fight would get ugly real fast. The gloves would come off. Joe Biden at every turn would dig up Beau and every Clinton “scandal” and Hillary would have to respond to the threat that comes directly from the White House and could no longer be ignored as Obama staff and Obama donors rallied to Mourning Joe in an effort to bury Hillary.

And that is our #1 reason for hoping Ol’ drunk Joe runs. Here’s Lizza:

While Clinton is free to stray from Obama’s policies, the Vice-President’s every utterance would be judged against Obama’s official pronouncements. Each time there was a difference of opinion, commentators would wonder why he couldn’t convince the President of his ideas.

Maybe, it’s a slim maybe, but just maybe with Joe Biden in the race Hillary Clinton would stop lying to herself and the nation and face her real enemy: Barack Obama.

At this point, just before September’s song begins to play, Hillary Clinton reminds us of a deluded matriarch surrounded by lace fans and sick sycophants. Hillary is surrounded by courtiers with long knives that bear the Obama crest. Hillary lies there, counting invisible armies and non-existent allies, and a ghost army of soon to dissolve super-delegates. It’s ugly. We think of King Theoden as Gandalf the Pink arrives.

Hillary2016 has to be freed from the muddled message mess it currently it is in. If Joe Biden gets in the race there is a chance Hillary will finally do what she must do.

The irony of this all is that, as we have written before, this is all part of Obama’s plan.

First get Hillary to run earlier than she should to provide the time to develop the plan.

Then put up a leftist loon to oppose Hillary and weaken her further by solidifying the left against her.

Then bring in an establishment tool willing to be used – that’s the phase we are in now with Joe the drunk. All to weaken Hillary further.

Then, keep all the candidates and their factions fighting each other. Keep them divided.

Then the real Obama candidate will appear. It’s not Biden. It’s not Warren. It surely is not Hillary. To be continued…


Why (And How) Donald Trump Must Fight Against Fox News, Megyn Kelly, And Jorge Ramos

Update: New York mag source on Trump/Fox feud: “Roger [Ailes] says Trump is unelectable. His goal here is to save the country.” And as we write below, illegal immigration amnesty activist Rupert Murdoch wants illegal immigration amnesty shill Mike Bloomberg to run for president in order to stop Donald Trump. Bloomberg, Murdoch, Ailes Stand with illegal immigration activist Jorge Ramos. Americans should Stand with Trump.


We’ll explain it in simple terms for the stupid losers who don’t think Trump is correct in his tactic of continued attacks against Megyn Kelly.

We’ll explain in simple terms why Donald Trump is wise to continue his denunciations of Megyn Kelly. And now that Roger Ailes of Fox News has weighed in on Trump v. Kelly, we’ll explain why/how Trump must also fight Fox News. Plus, we’ll explain in simple terms why Trump was wise in his Jorge Ramos beat-down. We’ll explain this all, in simple terms so that even stupid losers will understand. And to top it off we’ll explain exactly how Trump can bring Ailes/Megyn/Fox to their knees.

Here in simple terms, so that even stupid losers can understand, is why, exactly why, Donald Trump must continue his attacks on Megyn Kelly and Fox News: The January 6, 2016 GOP debate from Iowa will be hosted by Fox News and feature Megyn Kelly, Bret Baier, and Chris Wallace. The March 2016 debate will also feature the same Fox News miscreats.

Yeah, the same team of Trump trashers will host the Iowa debate as Iowa is about to caucus (and the March debate too). Donald Trump has to prep the battlefield for January 6, 2016 and March 2016. That is why Trump must continue to attack Megyn Kelly and Fox News. At the end of this article we’ll post in detail exactly how Donald Trump can trump Fox News and win the war.

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Now that even the densest dolt should see the danger to Trump and why his war with Fox News and Kelly is wise, we’ll fill in some of the latest developments in the saga of Donald Trump versus Fox News. Then we’ll tackle Jorge Ramos. Then at the very end we will detail in very simple terms HOW trump can wage war on Fox News and win. First, the latest developments:

This morning on Fox and Friends, a program Donald Trump used to appear on every week, the hosts of the show appeared to be North Korea war prisoners forced to read confessions. The show aired and read a statement, word for word, from Fox News chief Roger Ailes.

This was all a followup to Tuesday’s forced denunciations of Trump via Twitter from most Fox News “personalities.” It was the latest GOP establishment attempt to firebomb Donald Trump:

Ailes’s verbal howitzer against the front-running Republican—a highly unusual deployment for any news organization, let alone one that has been the GOP establishment and home of conservative viewers—comes after what seemed a coordinated defense of Kelly by at least 10 other Fox News personalities today on Twitter and on air.

According to CNN’s Brian Stelter, the pro-Kelly comments included Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade opining on Tuesday’s show that Trump is “totally out of control”; The Five co-host Dana Perino tweeting, “The intelligence, class & grace of Megyn Kelly shined last night after her week’s vacation with her family”; anchor Bret Baier, Kelly’s co-moderator at the debate, tweeting that Trump “has made his feelings clear. But THIS needs to stop;” and Sean Hannity tweeting to Trump, “Leave @Megynkelly Alone.”

Fox News has gone to war against Donald Trump. The first Pearl Harbor style attack was at the first debate. Donald Trump has to counterattack and firebomb Fox News and that is what he is doing.

Immediately after Fox News Chief Roger Ailes attacked Trump, Trump responded. Trump stood by his charge of bias by Megyn Kelly against him as well as the biased structure of the debate. Trump noted the latest poll news which show him breaking away from the pack dogs. Trump also announced CNN live coverage of his event in Iowa that night. It was a direct slap at Fox News by Trump and the comic end is that Fox News carried the Trump press conference and speech in Iowa live along with other networks.

Fox News, alongside the GOP establishment, is waging war against Donald Trump. It’s obvious. The debate was structured to be an attack against Trump starting with the very first question which was designed to isolate Donald Trump from the rest of the field. The Fox News war against Donald Trump comes from the very top:

The Fox hosts rallied around Kelly a day after Rupert Murdoch, whose media conglomerate owns Fox News, urged former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to run for president in response to Trump becoming a “very serious candidate.”

A billionaire asks a billionaire to thwart a billionaire who wants to Make America Great Again. Donald Trump is an odd weapon but a fortuitous one to have to beat back the political class snakes.

Fox News using Megyn Kelly as their weapon has declared war against Donald Trump. Fox News picked a tough target.

The only smart decision from Fox News this week was to cover the Donald Trump speech and press conference in Iowa Tuesday night. It was a doozy. Just when you think you’ve had enough Trump news Trump trumps again. This time it was Donald Trump versus illegal immigration political activist Jorge Ramos who poses as a journalist.

In brief, what happened: Trump held a press conference. Trump called on a reporter to ask a question. Jorge Ramos, on his feet, shouting a screed at Trump, tried to score against Trump. Steely eyed Trump told Jorge to shut up and sit down that another reporter was asking a question. Trump stood his ground. Trump told immigration activist Jorge Ramos to go back to Univision (Trump is suing Univision). Trump then glanced to his side and with nary the flutter of an eyelash a Trump security guard escorted the hysterical illegal immigration activist from the news conference. In the course of questions by the press about what happened Trump indicated he would allow illegal immigration activist Jorge Ramos back in. Shortly after Ramos returned and Trump and Ramos had an exchange.

To fully appreciate the Trump versus illegal immigration activist Jorge Ramos situation last night we need to understand that the entire episode was a sort of synecdoche, an encapsulation, of Donald Trump’s illegal immigration plan. Consider, Jorge Ramos, like an illegal alien, jumped the line and defied the press conference rules, Trump removed him, then once illegal immigration amnesty shill Jorge Ramos accepted the rule of law he was allowed to return.

Trump not only talks tough, he is tough, his actions are fearless. Trump deported Ramos then once Ramos abided by the rules, he was allowed to return to expound on his illegal immigration amnesty polemic only to be Trumped. That’s why people trust Trump.

Trump not only squashed the illegal immigration amnesty activist. Trump saw and took advantage of the situation to agree that Bush is incompetent and lacks the energy to implement Trump’s plan of action against illegal immigration. It was a Trumpnado super-storm.

Did we forget to mention that as with Fox News and Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump was prepping the battlefield for the February 26, 2016 debate which will be hosted by NBC and Telemundo?

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For those of us who recall with disgust the Big Media attacks against Hillary Clinton and the fawning treatment of Barack Obama in 2008 there is some wistfulness combined with exhilaration these days. The wistfulness comes because so many times in 2007/2008 we exhorted Hillary Clinton and the 2008 campaign to do what Trump is doing now to such great effect.

The exhilaration comes every time we see Donald Trump punch a Big Media blowhard in the face.

As we advised Hillary Clinton in 2008, John McCain in 2008, all the GOP candidates in 2008 during the Herman Cain episode, and Mitt Romney when he became the nominee: Big Media is the enemy. All candidates should follow Trump’s lead. Stand with Trump. Even if you hate him and you think it profits you to see Trump hurt or removed from politics, Stand with Trump, because Trump fights the enemy. The enemy is Big Media. The enemy is all Big Media. The call letters in the name don’t matter. The enemy is Big Media.

Donald Trump we are happy to see understands the enemy is Big Media. What does Donald Trump do? Get a dog to eat a dog!

So, HOW can Trump win the war against Fox News?

Right now Trump’s strategy is the wise one of building up CNN ratings with many appearances on that network so that when on September 16 CNN hosts the next GOP debate the ratings will be much higher than the 24 million that saw the August Fox News debate.

Fox News, which many Obama Hopium Guzzlers refuse to watch, hosted the first debate in the sleepy days of August. But still, with Trump as the draw card, 24 million viewers tuned in.

For CNN the debate will be in September when everyone is back to work and engaged in politics. There will be Obama Hopium Guzzler eyeballs willing to watch. Also after Lucha Libre 1, this wrestling match sequel will get millions more eyeballs because of all the advance publicity. And Trump’s increased appearances on CNN will build up the ratings much to Fox News’ consternation.

By the way, did we mention that the guy CNN hired to rescue that sinking ship is one Jeff Zucker who brought Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice to NBC and watched the ratings soar when he headed that network? Jeff Zucker sees The Donald as a way to rescue CNN and Fox News does not like this one single witty bit.

So that is some of the background. But we promised to say exactly HOW Donald Trump can beat Fox News in a simple way. We’ve outlined the background, and we like Trump’s continued appearances on Fox News even as Trump denounced Fox News on Tuesday and said Fox News treats him badly.

DONALD TRUMP: Look, I have a lot of respect for Roger [Ailes]. We’ll see. I mean, you know, maybe, maybe not. I really don’t know.

Look, i think they covered me terribly, Fox News. I think they cover me terribly.

And I’m winning by double digits in every poll. Maybe it matters, maybe it doesn’t. I don’t think I get good treatment from Fox. They certainly cover me a lot. Well, I’m being covered by everybody. I don’t know. I don’t think so because I think they give me very bad treatment. I think Fox treats me terribly. A lot of the people that like me think they treat me terribly.

So HOW exactly should Donald Trump trump Fox News and bring it to its knees?

This is how: Shortly before the January 6 debate from Iowa on Fox News, Donald Trump should announce he will not appear. Trump can gallantly give his spot to Carly Fiorina. Trump should then say he will hold his own event opposite the Fox News debate. Trump should get a network broadcaster such as ABC News to televise his debate: A debate featuring Donald Trump versus Bernie Sanders (or Hillary, but she won’t accept the invite whereas Saint Bernard will because it will help him).

Result – tens of millions of viewers for ABC, Bernie Sanders Kooks happy, Bernie Sanders happy, strong Hillary Clinton fuming, both party establishments trumped, next to zero ratings for Fox News.

It’s that simple.


#BlackMonday Hits Joe Biden And #Hillary2016 But Not Donald Trump

Barack dragged scowling Medusa back from another weeks long vacation today. Hillary Clinton is also on vacation. The only one on stage, with a sense of urgency, during the Black Monday meltdown is Donald Trump.

This morning, before the stock markets on Wall Street opened, there was Donald Trump on TV speaking with urgency about the economic plight of the American People. Trump denounced hedge fund managers and added to his years long warnings about China. Yes, you read that right. Billionaire Donald Trump denounced hedge fund managers as parasites who unlike him built nothing.

Hillary? Obama? Biden? MIA.

In the first half hour of opening the markets spectacularly followed up the 350 point loss from Thursday and the 530 point loss from Friday. At one point the plunge was over 1,000 points and after violent ups and downs the market closed 588 points lower.

The big losers today were not to be found on Wall Street however. The big losers today are Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton. Once again, Donald Trump is the winner of the entire week.

Anyone or anything associated with Barack Obama is today’s big loser, again. The Obama economy and the stink of Barack Obama will knock out any presidential candidate who defends Barack Obama economic policy in any way. The Associated Press decorates the funeral parlor:

AP survey: Dimmer outlook for US economy, wages and hiring

For much of the economy’s fitful and sluggish six-year recovery from the Great Recession, analysts have foreseen a sunnier future: Growth would pick up in six months, or in a year.

That was then.

The latest Associated Press survey of leading economists shows that most now foresee a weaker expansion than they had earlier. A majority of the nearly three dozen who responded to the survey predict tepid economic growth, weak pay gains and modest hiring for the next two years at least.

We no longer have reason for optimism that the economy is going to accelerate,” said Mike Englund, chief economist at Action Economics. “The real question is, when is the next downturn coming?

The “next two years,” no “reason for optimism,” “when is the next downturn coming?” is a frightening place for a presidential candidate who wants to be an Obama “third term” or even associated with Obama the boob.

Was this predictable? Well we certainly have written repeatedly about this. Why? Because we know enough to not expect much from a boob other than boobery. A boob is a boob. The only thing to expect from a boob is that he will boob and boob again. If a boob says he will fix the economy expect the economy to be dismantled. If a boob says he will fix relationships with the Muslim world expect more terrorism and havoc. Whatever a boob says he will do, expect the opposite. This is not a complex formulation.

So why did Hillary2016 ever think that association with a boob was a good idea? In 2013, before the birth of Hillary2016, we wrote about how Joe Biden would run for president as the Obama third term, and we provided smart warnings to Hillary Clinton:

Is the Hillary Clinton 2016 rationale the same as Joe Biden’s reason to run? Ol’ Joe will go to the electorate and say things are going so well and so on track “we must stay the course!” [snip]

Republicans and the Republican 2016 candidate? Republicans will reason with the electorate and say things are off track and it is “time for a change!”.

Hillary Clinton 2016? Is it “time for a change”? Or is it “stay the course”. Thus far, it is mush. [snip]

Hillary Clinton should position herself as the candidate of “CHANGE!”. Repeat the positions taken in 2008 and note how wise that course would have been. Declare it is “time for a change” to effective leadership and unite the white working class with her campaign for change. Let Joe Biden be the “stay the course” candidate aboard the Titanic. Hillary Clinton 2016 could easily be the lot less scary candidate of “time for a change” which is the default on every Republican 2016 bumper sticker. But cutesie-wutsie won’t get the gold. Yet that muddled message mess is the course Hillary Clinton 2016 is on.

The hideous “stay the course” strategy Hillary2016 grabbed onto leads to days of reckoning like today.

It’s time for complete and total change from the horror house that is Obama.

It’s time for complete and total change – but #Hillary2016 is deaf, dumb, and blind, to reality.

It’s time for complete and total change – but Hillary haters who control the DNC think the key should be to go from Boob Barack to Bumbling Joe. Leftist Kook Hillary Haters think the Hillary2016 hole is not big enough. Their solution is to dig deeper and deeper until they get to the lowest bottom – and unearth Joe Biden. The Hillary2016 frying pan strategy is not bad enough. These Kooks want to leap into the fire with drunken Joe.

It’s time for complete and total change – but Hillary2016 is dead to reality. The Kooks in control of the party think the savior strategy is to pour cologne over the drunk, try to sober him up, and say, “Hey Joe, want to be our pawn and a sure loser?”

It’s time for complete and total change – only billionaire Donald Trump urgently understands.


Comedy Tonight: Obama Economy Vs. #Hillary2016 – @RealDonaldTrump In Mobile Alabama – Donald Trump Eagle – #BlackLivesMatter #FeelTheBern Tinfoil

Update: Question, why is Trump holding a mega-rally in Alabama tonight? Answer: Because he can.


The stock market fell over 350 points yesterday and today it is 530 points down. Could the DOW fall to 5000? Might the worst just be beginning and the presidential race will take place during a recession? This Obama economy news does not help anyone who runs as the “third Obama term.” Memo to #Hillary2016: use your money to buy a clue. Read what we wrote years ago #Hillary2016 to see the future.

The years of the Obama economy lethargy and stocks sink is a metaphor for the boob called Barack Obama. The same listless blah, the same fakery, the same awakening in America to the flim-flam scam and the consequences of same.

The stink is now overwhelming. In 2008 as the Obama Denver Corinthian column faker was in full scam we warned, and mourned, that Obama was the death of the Democratic Party. The rigor mortis has set in. With the rotted corpse before him, white liberal Obama supporter Jeff Greenfield in Politico, performed last rites, seven years after we did:

Democratic Blues

Barack Obama will leave his party in its worst shape since the Great Depression—even if Hillary wins.

As historians begin to assess Barack Obama’s record as president, there’s at least one legacy he’ll leave that will indeed be historic—but not in the way he would have hoped. Even as Democrats look favorably ahead to the presidential landscape of 2016, the strength in the Electoral College belies huge losses across much of the country. In fact, no president in modern times has presided over so disastrous a stretch for his party, at almost every level of politics. [snip]

Yet when you move from policy to politics, the task is a lot simpler—just measure the clout of the president’s party when he took office and when he left it. By that measure, Obama’s six years have been terrible. [snip]

The first signs of the slowly unfolding debacle that has meant the decimation of the Democratic Party nationally began early—with the special election of Scott Brown to Ted Kennedy’s empty Senate seat in Massachusetts. [snip]

The party’s record over the past six years has made clear that when Barack Obama leaves office in January 2017 the Democratic Party will have ceded vast sections of the country to Republicans, and will be left with a weak bench of high-level elected officials. It is, in fact, so bleak a record that even if the Democrats hold the White House and retake the Senate in 2016, the party’s wounds will remain deep and enduring, threatening the enactment of anything like a “progressive” agenda across much of the nation and eliminating nearly a decade’s worth of rising stars who might help strengthen the party in elections ahead. [snip]

Eight years later, when he leaves office in 2017 at 55, he’ll actually be one of the party’s only leaders not eligible for Social Security. [snip]

Barack Obama took office in 2009 with 60 Democrats in the Senate—counting two independents who caucused with the party—and 257 House members. Today, there are 46 members of the Senate Democratic caucus, the worst showing since the first year after the Reagan landslide. Across the Capitol, there are 188 Democrats in the House, giving Republicans their best showing since Herbert Hoover took the White House in 1929.

This is, however, the tip of the iceberg. When you look at the states, the collapse of the party’s fortunes are worse. Republicans now hold 31 governorships, nine more than they held when Obama was inaugurated. During the last six years the GOP has won governorships in purple and even deep blue states: Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio. [snip]

Now turn to state legislatures—although if you’re a loyal Democrat, you may want to avert your eyes. In 2009, Democrats were in full control of 27 state legislatures; Republicans held full power in 14. Now? The GOP is in full control of 30 state legislatures; Democrats hold full power in just 11. In 24 states, Republicans control the governorship and both houses of the legislature—giving them total control over the political process. That increased power at the state level has already led to serious consequences for Democrats, for their political future and for their goals.

“It’s almost a crime,” Democratic Party Vice Chair Donna Brazile says. “We have been absolutely decimated at the state and local level.”

Taken as a whole, these six years have been almost historically awful for Democrats. [snip]

No two-term president in recent times has seen his party clobbered in both midterm elections. [snip]

The losses of U.S. Senate seats and gubernatorial offices across the country have left the party starved for next generation leaders…. [snip]

The big GOP gains in the House came in 2010, when Democrats lost 64 House seats—the worst midterm showing for a party since 1894. Moreover, in 2014, the Republicans won nine Senate seats—and you can’t gerrymander a state. [snip]

For Republicans, the explanation for Democratic travails is more straightforward: Voters don’t like what Obama and his party has been doing. “Today, the greatest problem Obama has is that the economy has not gotten better in the Obama years, except for those at the top. For most people, it’s either the same or worse,” says Stuart Stevens, who piloted Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign. And, he adds, the signature achievement of the president, “Obamacare,” proved so unpopular in 2014—in large part thanks to the disastrous website rollout—that Democratic candidates were wary of even raising it.

Greenfield is not writing anything we have not written repeatedly. We write this same stuff every few months, or weeks. But Hillary2016 has not listened to us. Maybe Hillary2016 will listen to Greenfield. Maybe Hillary2016 will wake up from drunken stupor, open eyes, and realize that a “third Obama term” as a campaign strategy is STUPID. LOSER STUPID.

Hillary2016 is not the only campaign that is LOSER STUPID. Consider Bernie Sanders, or Saint Bernard of the Green Mountains, as we mockingly refer to him. Saint Bernard was born in Brooklyn. Pardon us as we race-bait like an Obama supporter before a prison crowd, but perhaps it was all those black people in Brooklyn that scared Saint Bernard into moving to a much whiter, much nicer Vermont.

Whatever the reasons for the white flight of Saint Bernard, Saint Bernard has not had dealings with black people other than in cute protests from half a century ago. So now Saint Bernard supporters are hatin’ on black people because these black people are showing up most unbecomingly at Saint Bernard rallies. The Saint Barnard supporters are barking that those black people are part of a conspiracy:

Online And In Person, Bernie Sanders’ White Supporters Advance A Black Lives Matter Conspiracy

Someone’s pulling the strings, some upset white Sanders supporters tell each other. Black activists say the persistent criticism (and theories, racism, and misogyny) from the Bernie faithful proves that many white leftists just don’t get it.

At a recent Bernie Sanders event, Dave, a white fiftysomething in a Grateful Dead hat, offered an explanation for Black Lives Matter, the activist group that had interrupted Sanders just hours earlier in Seattle.

They weren’t activists. They were “agent provocateurs,” Dave said, sent by the Democratic establishment to quash the Vermont socialist’s message. [snip]

The conspiracy theories are hiding in plain sight at Sanders’ giant rallies. The crowds are mostly white and mostly frustrated by the confrontations with black activists some Sanders supporters say are doing nothing but tearing down the only candidate who truly believes in the Black Lives Matter cause. But some of Sanders’ backers even take it a step further. Online and in person, this set of white Sanders fans wonder aloud if there’s some outside force causing the protest movement to target the senator.

The basic mythology is that someone — maybe frontrunner Hillary Clinton, maybe the Republicans, maybe her billionaire backers, maybe even the FBI — is using Black Lives Matter to tear Sanders down, to diminish an insurgent candidacy that, the supporters say, is viewed as a real threat by the establishment.

If Hillary2016 was behind the #BlackLivesMatter attacks against Saint Bernard we would be shocked because it would display a semblance of intelligence. Saint Bernard is barking up the wrong tree if he thinks #Hillary2016 is that quick, smart, or capable. We would love it if it was true. But sadly, that would require what Hillary2016 lacks in intelligence, strategy, tactics, or ability.

The barking mad supporters of Saint Bernard don’t seem to understand that the reason why #BlackLivesMatter thugs target Saint Bernard rallies is because Saint Bernard rolls over and plays dead the minute they arrive.

Donald Trump had it right when he mocked Saint Bernard for being “weak” in regards to #BlackLivesMatter. Donald Trump is not weak so he can smell the unusual stink of fear from far away. Donald Trump is an eagle.

That eagle Donald Trump so resembles is called “Uncle Sam.” Donald Trump and Uncle Sam both live very high up in the sky and they have a very cute pout and pensive mien.

Donald Trump is very like the eagle. If we think about what kind of bird Bernie Sanders resembles it would have to be something small and feather-headed, like a finch or hummingbird (our apologies to finches and hummingbirds). Jeb Bush? What kind of bird is Jeb Bush? Um, a pigeon?

Compare and contrast how Donald Trump answered a question about the term “anchor babies” and the way Jeb Bush answered the same question a short time later. We provide the evidence via Youtube:

Jeb Bush comes off as a loser. It’s not even a matter of what he says. It’s a matter of body language and the way humans communicate that makes it easy to see the difference between eagle Donald Trump and pigeon Jeb Bush. The race for the GOP nomination is between Trump and the establishment candidate Jeb Bush. There is no other. As to energy level, Trump is already the winner.

Via television we will all be able to witness the energy Trumpnado. For all the skepticism that Trump really has a chance to be president, even long time liberal analysts are saying that yup, this time things might really be different. That maybe Trump might trump.

Tonight in Mobile, Alabama, there will be a Donald Trump rally. Tens of thousands of people will attend as the eagle lands. It’s supposed to start at 7:30 p.m. ET. There are some very good reasons for Trump to be in Alabama tonight. Call this the Southern rally, not just an Alabama rally. Tonight is key. We’ll be watching.


Reality Show – The Real And UnReal In The Age Of Fake: @REALdonaldTrump – #Hillary2016 – #BlackLivesMatter – Shaun King – Donald Trump Killers, And George Soros

Coal stocks rose today amidst a general market slump. The reason? George Soros who has attacked coal as the “lethal bullet” causing climate change bought millions of dollars worth of coal stocks. Why? H. Sterling Burnett of the Heartland Institute surmises, “George Soros spent millions of dollars and multiple years helping to driving down price of coal… But my suspicion is that he helped to drive stocks down, bought as many shares as he can, and, when stocks rebound, he can sell his shares and make a huge profit.” No surprise here. We recall climate change warrior Al Gore who sold his business to a fossil fuel founded and maintained Arabist network.

Since 2009 and the occupation of the White House by Barack Obama, we have referred to this particular time as “the Age of Fake.” Al Gore is a for profit fake. George Soros is a for profit fake. Who’s the bigger fake between these two? Al Gore who burns jet fuel to and fro his climate change speeches and heats/cools his mansions instead of having a frugal life? Or George Soros? We submit that the depths of fake when it comes to George Soros have yet to be plumbed. It is rumored, and non-denial denied that George Soros, through his networks of scams and scam artists, funds Kooky “organizations” such as #BlackLivesMatter. Here’s an excerpt (dear reader, we challenge you to try and spot the biggest liar in this story) from the latest lies of #BlackLivesMatter:

Did Black Lives Matter Organizer Shaun King Mislead Oprah Winfrey By Pretending To Be Biracial?

An investigative blogger has accused Shaun King, a key figure in the Black Lives Matter movement, of misleading media icon Oprah Winfrey by pretending to be biracial in order to qualify for an “Oprah scholarship” to historically black Morehouse College. The blogger says King is white and has been lying about his ethnicity for years.

King is a high-profile campaigner against “police brutality” and “justice correspondent” for the liberal Daily Kos website who told Rebel magazine in 2012 that he was biracial, with the magazine reporting that he is the “son of a Caucasian mother and an African-American father.” He has also described himself as “mixed with a black family” on Twitter.

King has been lionised by the press, praised as hero of civil rights and social activism. He has written extensively about a childhood in which he was terrorised by “decades old racial tensions.” He claims to have been “the focus of constant abuse of the resident rednecks of my school.”

Yet, in recent weeks, rumours have been circulating about his ethnicity. A 1995 police incident report lists Shaun King’s ethnicity as white. And blogger Vicki Pate, who has been assembling forensic accounts of Shaun King’s background and family tree on her blog, “Re-NewsIt!,” has published her findings. [snip]

She claims that King is entirely white and says a birth certificate, which Breitbart has since independently acquired from the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics, names a white man as his father.

King’s case echoes that of Rachel Dolezal, a civil rights activist from Washington who claimed to be biracial while in fact being of caucasian origin. Dolezal continues to insist she “identifies as black,” despite her parents revealing that she is entirely white.

If Pate is right, Shaun King, who often uses black and white photographs of himself online rather than colour images, may have misled African-American hero Winfrey by applying for and accepting an Oprah Scholarship to the historically black Morehouse College. Oprah Scholarships are given exclusively to black men.

In his Daily Kos diary, King refers to himself as a “brother,” writing: “Oprah Winfrey paid my way through Morehouse. The leadership scholarship that I received from her is why I have a college degree today. Five hundred other brothers have the exact same story.”

So, who’s the biggest fake, the worst of the worst, in this story? If you answered Shaun King, you’re wrong. Sure Shaun King is a honky cracka liar, a culture vulture, a phony, a fake, a race-baiter who accused whites and his classmates in Kentucky of a brutal racist assault that never happened, a man who could not keep details of his lies straight (3 black daughters or 4?; 4 spinal surgeries or 3?; car crash or no car crash?) and all around creep. But he’s not the biggest creep in this story.

The biggest creep in this story is Oprah Winfrey. Oprah, the great “Angel” of racial reconciliation only gives these scholarships to black men. In 2008 Oprah chose Barack Obama over a woman running for president because of skin color. Since 2008 all of Oprah’s endorsements have the commonality of only going to black people. Oprah who built her empire on the backs of (mostly white) women gives scholarships only to black people. Does that bother you?

Imagine if a Hillary Clinton supporter was discovered to give scholarships only to white people. Imagine if Donald Trump was discovered to give scholarships only to white people. Imagine if Mitt Rommney was discovered to give scholarships only to white people. But give scholarships to people based on skin color other than “white” and no one bats an eyelash.

Perhaps that is why creeps such as Rachel Strife Dolezal pretends she is black. Perhaps that is why a Shaun King pretends to be a black King. Perhaps. What we do know is that in this Age of Fake you cannot say “All Lives Matter” because you will be branded a racist. You are only allowed by the racists and race-baiters “Black Lives Matter.” Which brings us to a moment this past week in which Hillary Clinton comported herself with a degree of honor.

The #BlackLivesMatter phonies wanted to disrupt a Hillary2016 rally but failed to do so. Hillary Clinton agreed to meet with them after the rally. The #BlackLivesMatter creeps tried to Mau-Mau Hillary but Hillary stood her ground. It was one of the few good moments for Hillary2016 this campaign season.

You could see Hillary impatient with the blowhards of #BlackLivesMatter. A few seconds more and #BlackLivesMatter would have blacked out as Hillary smashed a chair over those fakes. Hillary was not interested in the flowery words, she said a plan was needed. #BlackLivesMatter wanted Hillary to bow down and be intimidated.

#BlackLivesMatter has tried to intimidate everyone into their racist race-baiting world-view. #BlackLivesMatter humiliated weak Bernie Sanders in front of a rally of thousands.

#BlackLivesMatter then humiliated the weak loser Jeb Bush.

Donald Trump has made it clear that #BlackLivesMatter better not tangle with him or there will be blood on the floor and it won’t be his.

In a world of fake, Donald Trump is the real thing. Trump’s Twitter handle is #RealDonaldTrump. That’s not because Trump anticipated he would be cast into the non-reality of politics but because there are a lot of people who pretend to be Donald Trump so he took on the name #RealDonaldTrump which emphasizes that indeed he is “real.”

The phony Chris Matthews recognizes just how real Donald Trump is:

Donald Trump took on #BlackLivesMatter while at the same time making clear his commitment to help create jobs in America thereby helping all Americans including Black Americans. In a very specific appeal to Black Americans, Donald Trump spoke about the detrimental effects of illegal immigration on the poor and the black poor.

Included in his comprehensive immigration plan Donald Trump declared his intention to change the law and stop “birthright citizenship.” For that, Trump has been attacked. Bill O’Reilly attacked Trump and mocked him saying that the Constitution would have to be changed.

Trump believes the Constitution will not have to be changed. And many legal scholars agree with Trump:

Although the Constitution of 1787 mentioned citizens, it did not define citizenship. It was in 1868 that a definition of citizenship entered the Constitution with the ratification of the Fourteenth Amendment. Here is the familiar language: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” Thus there are two components to American citizenship: birth or naturalization in the U.S. and being subject to the jurisdiction of the U.S. Today, we somehow have come to believe that anyone born within the geographical limits of the U.S. is automatically subject to its jurisdiction; but this renders the jurisdiction clause utterly superfluous. If this had been the intention of the framers of the Fourteenth Amendment, presumably they would have said simply that all persons born or naturalized in the U.S. are thereby citizens.

Donald Trump is not alone in his concern for the rule of law and the detrimental effects of illegal immigration on wages as the labor pool grows but job opportunities remain low. Black women such as the “stump for Trump girls” side with Trump on #BlackLivesMatter:

“Stump for Trump girls” stand by Trump on illegal immigration too:

Other Black women are speaking up on birthright citizenship.

A Latino man likewise sides with Donald Trump:

We are a country, yes. But in this country we have laws and rules and regulations that need to be followed. How can we become—how can we be a great nation when we reward people that come to this country illegally?

I don’t have anything against immigrants. But there’s a difference between “immigrant” and “illegal immigrant.”


And I ask myself: what part of “illegal” don’t you guys understand?

Real Donald Trump has a growing wave of reality on his side. There are some, who want low wage slaves, who intend to take down Real Donald Trump. Marco Rubio and Scott Walker, hiding behind their secret donors intend to assassinate Donald Trump with ads.

Charlie Gasparino who swims in Wall Street waters warns that Donald Trump is about to be assassinated in TV ads right after Labor Day:

Gasparino has previously reported that Wall Street is terrified of Trump. Imagine that. Wall Street terrified of a billionaire. Wall Street laughed at the fakes from Occupy Wall Street, but is terrified of Trump. Wall Street is right to be terrified of Trump because he is real, not fake.


@RealDonaldTrump Winning Immigration Plan In 3 Words: Enforce The Law!

Update II: Here we go: Marco Rubio opposes repeal of birthright citizenship, contra Trump. Yup, Marco Rubio walked himself into the Trump trap. Jeb Bush also walked into the Trump trap. Result? In the Florida winner take all primary Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio will split the amnesty for illegal immigration vote. Donald J. Trump takes it all as the winner.


Update: Scott Walker on Trump’s immigration plan: I oppose birthright citizenship for children of illegals too, you know. Bobby Jindal says “me too.” It’s “follow the leader” and Trump is the leader in more ways than one.

Jindal’s “me too” must hurt Ben Domenech (whom we cite in our article below) the most because Domenech race-baited Trump’s illegal immigration plan using Bobby Jindal as his foil (a photo of Trump in full Seig Heil salute is included for subtlety). Now it’s back to the race-baiting board for Domenech as Bobby Jindal follows the leader – Donald J. Trump.


Before you pass new laws you won’t enforce, enforce the law already on the books.

Marco Rubio and the political class wrote and tried to pass their “Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan”. The Rubio political class “Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan” was more millions of words added to the legislative and regulatory library, unread and entirely without meaning. All the millions of new words had no meaning because they would not have been enforced.

This past Sunday Donald Trump unveiled his Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan. In three words, all of which have meaning, the plan would “enforce the law.”

There is no point in passing a new law if it will not be enforced. There is no point in having a law if it is not enforced. A law that is not enforced is not a law, it is not even a suggestion. A law that is not enforced is a bunch of words devoid of meaning. That is to say, Barack Obama is the embodiment of the concept – a collection of words without meaning other than self-absorption.

Donald Trump’s detailed Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan is mostly about illegal immigration. For a candidate that has been mocked as personality “without policy details” the release of the Trump plan has rocked the political class.

Scott Walker reacted to the Trump plan. Scott Walker essentially tried to get into a custody dispute with The Donald. Scott Walker tried to claim he is the mother of Trump’s comprehensive immigration reform plan:

Gov. Scott Walker offered support for Donald Trump’s new immigration plan, comparing it favorably to policies that he has backed as Wisconsin governor.

It’s similar to what I brought up about four or five months ago,” the GOP presidential candidate said Monday on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends” when asked about Trump’s plan.

Walker wouldn’t explicitly endorse the plan when asked by host Steve Doocy if he would give it a “thumbs up,” but compared it to the plan he outlined on a March appearance on “Fox News Sunday” with Chris Wallace.

“I haven’t looked at all the details of his but the things I’ve heard are very similar to the things I mentioned to Chris Wallace on the show earlier this year,” he said.

He noted that his three major goals are to secure the border, enforce existing law and have “no amnesty” for the millions of people in the country illegally.

Walker is taking the smart route to Donald Trump. Like Ted Cruz, Scott Walker understands that the sure road to Perry Palookaville is to attack Trump and the constituency that supports Trump.

Others in the establishment political class are apoplectic with Trump. Ben Domenech calls it Donald Trump’s Clown Immigration Plan. Domenech’s critique is mostly an attack against Donald Trump personally with lots of Obama style race-baiting thrown in. Likewise Noah Rothman’s article Trump’s War on Legal Immigration a Tipping Point for the GOP is a spittle flecked paper assault against Trump “nativism” with all the embellishments from Obama style race-baiting along with pearl-clutching undie wetting cries about the destruction of the GOP brand.

Rothman’s fury includes charges that Trump would deport the Statue of Liberty back to France without the Emma Lazarus poem attached. Senator Lindsey Graham echoes Rothman with a whine, “I just hope we don’t go down that road as a party. So our leading contender, Mr. Trump, is going backward on immigration. And I think he’s going to take all of us with him if we don’t watch it.”

The political class establishment wing of the GOP agrees with Rothman when he attacks Trump:

If the GOP’s slate of 2016 candidates fails to attack this propagandist soapbox agitation masquerading as a platform, it will mark the moment when Trump finally began to rub off on the GOP. This “plan” is a road to electoral ruin. The GOP’s viable and responsible candidates would be best advised to call this inhumane and unrealistic approach to immigration reform what it is in stark terms, even at the risk of their standing in the polls and the alienation of the conservative movement’s talker class. The GOP is at risk of losing the general before it even begins.

Rothman, Graham, and the GOP establishment wing of the political class are a tad hysterical as is the entire political class that wants to export jobs abroad and lower wages at home. Byron York, asks the question the political class does not want asked, Are Trump’s immigration views out of the mainstream?:

Donald Trump set off yet another wave of anguish and frustration among Republican political elites Sunday with more provocative statements about immigration, along with the release of a Trump immigration plan influenced by the Senate’s leading immigration hawk. But there are indications Trump’s positions on immigration are more in line with the views of the public — not just GOP voters, but the public at large — than those of his critics. [snip]

Are they out of the mainstream at all? A recent academic paper, by Stanford professor David Broockman and Berkeley Ph.D candidate Douglas Ahler, suggests a majority of the public’s views on immigration are closer to Trump’s than to the advocates of comprehensive immigration reform. [snip]

“Many citizens support policies that seem to fall outside of the range of policy options considered in elite discourse,” Broockman and Ahler conclude. [snip]

It’s probably fair to say that, if Broockman and Ahler are correct, a majority of Americans — not just Republican voters, but all Americans — hold views that are consistent with Trump’s position, or are even more restrictive. Opponents like Graham portray Trump’s immigration position as far out of the mainstream, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.

“Enforce the law” say Americans. “Before you pass new laws you won’t enforce, enforce the law already on the books.”

In an article about how Scott Walker is “being Trumped” by Donald Trump in Iowa we find this nugget which explains why Scott Walker wants to claim some of the parentage DNA of the Trump Comprehensive Immigration Reform Plan:

Like most every other candidate in the historically crowded field, the Wisconsin governor’s standing in state and national polls has been hurt by the summer surge of billionaire Donald Trump, the party’s front-runner. [snip]

“I run into people who support him, but I think the polls reflect the fact that everyone is just struggling to get traction, outside of the three non-politicians,” said John Bloom, Republican Party treasurer in Polk County, the state’s largest.

Bloom, who is undecided in the race, was referring to Trump, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina.

He’s not ruling out the possibility of a Trump win in Iowa.

“If you had asked me a month ago, I would have said no,” he said. “But I think there is more commitment there to something. I don’t know if it’s for Trump, or this rebellion against our leadership.”

That’s so American you can bottle it and sell it at prime prices, “this rebellion against our leadership.”

“This rebellion against our leadership” is one we here at Big Pink understood immediately. Unlike the clumsy “analysis,” dare we say “stupid loser” claptrap from most other websites, we saw what was happening from the outset. And we were mocked as was Trump. Trump was also…, hey, what’s that “first they laugh at you” quote? They’re not laughing now.

As we’ve written, Trump is ahead in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina, and Florida. If Trump wins Florida then Jeb Bush is vanquished and the nomination race is over with Trump as the nominee. No one else matters. It’s either Trump or Bush. No one else matters. The establishment plan to crown Bush is undone by Trump. And now the ditzes say it indeed can be Trump:

Halperin: Trump Reached ‘Turning Point,’ ‘Most’ Estab Cands Think He Can Win Nomination

Bloomberg Politics Managing Editor Mark Halperin stated that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has “reached a turning point” where the “establishment candidates” think he can win Iowa, “most” believe he can win the nomination, and “a significant number think he could win the White House” on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

Halperin was asked his writing that “Most importantly, we’ve reached a turning point with Trump, the major establishment campaigns of both parties now think Trump could win Iowa, and most of them think he could win the nomination, and a significant number think he could win the White House.” And that the campaigns were in “full freak out mode.”

He said, “Trump may not end up as the nominee, but right now, he’s changed the race, not just leading in the Fox poll, but coming to the fair. I’ve been to the fair with Barack Obama at his peak, Sarah Palin at her peak, with other candidates, George Bush. The reception Trump got here was not just about celebrity. I walked with him for 45 minutes after the helicopter ride, he came to the fair, and people were yelling things to him with passion. ‘Save us,’ ‘You’re the only one who can stop Hillary,’ ‘Thank you for making America great again.’ The other campaigns — the other leading Republican campaigns, monitored Trump’s behavior here. And that was part, along with the Fox poll, and along with the developments of the last couple of weeks, of them saying, as you just quoted, they now believe Trump can win Iowa.”

Host Joe Scarborough then remarked, “that really changes everything in this campaign about how they react to him.” Halperin agreed with this point.

Donald Trump says “enforce the law”. In addition Trump has additional proposals such as ending birthright citizenship. With Trump those additional laws will not be meaningless political mush talk. That’s what frightens the political class that only communicates in mush talk, not Trump English.

It’s either Trump and law enforcement, or Bush and illegal immigration non-enforcement amnesty. That’s the border fight the GOP is in.


@realDonaldTrump Alert: The Picture Every Donald Trump Supporter Must See

In one picture. One picture encapsulates the long article with many words we wrote about the fixed GOP nomination fight:

That was the plan… it was designed to nominate Jeb Bush… the plan would have worked… but then came Trump.

The GOP primary election is a fix. It’s like fixed wrestling fights. Clown fighters are brought in to entertain the slack-jawed cheer-leaders of puny fighters predestined to lose. But the fight is fixed. The outcome determined, in plush surroundings, long before the sweaty genitals of the fighters got jock-strapped.

Ted Cruz can’t block the fix, he’s a pawn. Carly Fiorina can’t block the fix, she’s a pawn. Ben Carson can’t block the fix, he’s a surprise pawn. Marco Rubio can’t block the fix, he’s a pawn. Rand Paul can’t block the fix, he’s pawned. Chris Christie can’t block the fix, he’s a pawn. Scott Walker can’t block the fix, he’s a pawn. Mike Huckabee can’t block the fix, he’s a pawn. Perry/Santorum/Pataki/Jindal/Gilmore/Graham dumb as rocks pawns, can’t block the fix. They’re all pawns in the great fixed game of thrones.

Divide and conquer. The fix is in. Sadly, only one man, one impure vessel, can stop the fix and the masters of the fix. It’s either impure vessel Trump or Bush III in this GOP primary game of thrones.

Trump and no other has fought Fox News and won. Trump brings new voters into the fray. Coveted new voters other campaigns will not get, cannot get. And they will be legal voters not imported illegally.

Illegal Immigration Amnesty Leadership Dinner

Valerie Jarrett (fixer of the 2008 DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee), Rupert Murdoch (fixer of the Fox News GOP debate), Jeb Bush (fixed to wear the hand-me-down crown) at the December 1, 2015 Wall Street Journal CEO Council. The games of thrones was fixed long ago. The spoils of cheap imported labor and new voters proportioned on luxury plates.

The fixers must be stopped. Only one man can stop them.


The Donald Trump Polls Are All Wrong. Wrong. @RealDonaldTrump Even Stronger Than The Polls Suggest

Don’t believe the polls about Donald Trump and the GOP nomination race. Trump is tops of the pops, but still the polls are wrong. Donald Trump is even stronger than the polls suggest. The obverse is true about Hillary2016.

Why? As we explained in July, Donald Trump’s mystique is this:


Americans find themselves in a snake pit and they welcome the Trump stick to beat back the snakes. We wrote that at a time that the Trump movement was just beginning and it appeared that Trump would be a summer fling like in the movie Grease.

You’re the one that I want Trump style.

After our snake pit analysis, those who despise Donald Trump and find him oh so déclassé tried to explain The Donald’s allure with all sorts of overwrought theories. Most of the theories were not so veiled insults at Trump supporters. The insults, what the Donald Trump haters termed “analysis” but really they were just plain old insults delivered in French or political mush speech, amounted to “anger.”

Yup, anger. Trump voters were “angry” and therefore “emotional” which led to the bad choice “stupid” support for Donald Trump. Some of these establishment insults were softened by political mush speech conceding that ‘the GOP establishment had “overpromised” and not gone crazy in opposition to Obama and anyway, Trump is not a conservative! Trump is not this or that he’s an egotistical so and so and why are these Trump supporters so stupid and HELL why are they supporting Trump even when he says things that would kill candidates and HELL we’re angry that they’re angry and they’re not obeying us and doing as we instruct – dammit don’t they realize we intended to divide and conquer them with Cruz and Paul and those other dupes so that Jeb Bush could take the crown and now they’re coalescing around Trump who doesn’t need establishment support but rather insults us and dammit DON’T THOSE MOTHERFUKCERS REALIZE THEY’RE UPSETTING OUR PLANS FOR BUSH DAMMIT WE’RE SO ANGRY that these Trump supporters are so angry and don’t realize we know best and we are their betters but these Trump supporters are so angry they don’t know what is good for them and we’ll destroy Trump any way using any means and dammit we hate those Trump supporters WE HATE THEM uuuggggghhh!!!!!‘ And so it went with the enlightened unemotional establishment mob.

But it is not anger that motivates the Trump supporter. It is cold hard logic. That overused Einstein bit about doing the same thing and expecting different outcomes being the definition of insanity is at the root of much of what is happening. Voters worldwide recognize that the global establishment political class has more in common with each other than with the constituencies in their own respective countries. And that’s why the polls cannot be trusted. As we explained back in early July:


We’ve been warning about this for the longest time. In recent elections in so-called “democratic” countries – the voters are being ignored. In election after election, voters vote for an establishment political party – then once in power the political party they voted for stabs them in the back. Witness the 2014 elections in the United States in which the Republican Party won elections based on opposition to Barack Obama then once in cozy offices they pull out all the stops to assist Barack Obama to pass ObamaTrade. This happens over and over and over.

Eventually voters catch on and they decide to vote for the biggest motherf*cker around who will do what they want. The voters find themselves in a snake pit, surrounded by vipers, and they reach up to grab whatever stick is handed to them.

In Europe, extreme right wing parties increase in popularity. Why? Because the voters find themselves in a snake pit – betrayed by the political parties they vote for based on lies. Eventually the voters say “Fu*k you motherf*ckers, Fu*k you” and Marine Le Pen gathers strength in France, Denmark goes right wing, and the rallies in Germany grow and grow. In many of these cases the issue is immigration and illegal immigration.

The voters trapped in the snake pit learn. Voters lie to pollsters then because the voters see the polls as part of the establishment ruse to tar them as whatever the establishment is against. In Greece the polls showed a 50-50 race on last week’s referendum and instead the results were 60-40. In Israel, Netanyahu was slated to lose, Netanyahu won big. In Great Britain, the Tories were supposed to be wiped out, they won a shocking majority outright. In 2014 it happened in America. In 2016 watch out.

The voters are in a snake pit and Donald Trump is the stick they will use to beat back the vipers.

Yup. “Voters lie to pollsters then because the voters see the polls as part of the establishment ruse to tar them as whatever the establishment is against.” That’s half the reason why Donald Trump is even stronger than polls suggest.

The voters woke up to the fact, somewhat like Russian Ukrainians who “scorched earth” to leave noting at all to the NAZI invaders, that depriving the establishment of their “eyes and ears” – and that is what polls are – the eyes and ears of the establishment – was wise – so the voters lie to the pollsters.

The second portion of the reason why the polls cannot be trusted in the case of Donald Trump is because of the very political correctness Donald Trump decries. It’s a particularly resilient voter in near 100% Democratic Party Manhattan that will dare say “I am a Trump voter.” It’s a thick skinned Republican that will stand up and say “I am a Trump voter.” So the majority of voters, take the easy way out and remain meek and obedient. That is until they get into the voting booth, wherein like Superman (or Supergirl Superwoman, for the politically correct) they shed the peasant garb and become mighty Americans exercising that nuclear weapon of a free people – the vote.

“Can’t start a fire without a spark.” Trump is that spark. So don’t believe the polls. Donald Trump is stronger than the polls reflect. Further, contrary to establishment class claims that voters will abandon their summer fling with Trump once it is time to vote, Trump will only gain once the voting begins.

But what about Iowa? Iowa has that wacky system without the secret ballot. What will happen in Iowa? As Trump maintains support and more and more people detect that their friends, neighbors, and family, are also secret Trump supporters (or Trump haters for that matter) they will either succumb or be emboldened. If Iowa voters weaken and decide not to express themselves openly for Trump, then Trump will have to rely on the voters in secret ballot states.

So the task for Donald Trump in Iowa is simple. Like an activist for Queer Nation or ACT-UP, Donald Trump has to have his Iowa supporters “come out of the closet.”

This task for Donald Trump in Iowa should have been difficult. It should have been difficult to get voters to come out of the closet in support of Trump. But, oddly enough, Trump already leads in Iowa. And therein lies the danger for the establishment (which we define as “both parties, Big Media, lobbyists, special interests, unions, the Chamber of Commerce, the regulatory bureaucratic state, and all those who encourage or feed upon this gargantuan power structure” and as we have been asked to include, the cultural establishment in Hollywood and other bastions of politically correct propaganda.)

What we see has happened already is that individual Trump supporters have connected with other Trump supporters. Like little raindrops they have formed puddles. Those little raindrops and puddles can be understood as a few individuals and small groups of voters that become bigger groups and bigger groups and soon those bigger groups grow ever bigger and they connect with other big groups and before you know it they outgrow the “group” category. They become an insurrection.

For Hillary2016 the obverse is true. Voters will lie to pollsters and express support for her in public but in private, watch out. Unless there is drastic change and ISIS style beheadings in Brooklyn along a clear declaration that it is “time for change” not “stay the course” the insurrectionist pitchforks will burn her campaign like a torch thrown on August haystacks.


Watch And Learn #Hillary2016: Donald Trump V. Fox News – PLUS – China! – Iran!- PLUS PLUS PLUS – Our Very Big Big Big Question for Fox News, Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace, And Bret Baier – PLUS PLUS PLUS Why Does Donald Trump Call So Many People Stupid Losers???

Update II: CNN poll of Iowa: Trump 22, Carson 14, Walker 9, Cruz 8, Fiorina 7. Earthquake warning..// eart*!#qu**#@!&ak*(^%3e ”\\/wa##rn(*&ing… new Io*&$wa poll*&^)$^^. Bush is at 5 along with Rand Paul and Rubio. Establishment election fixers for boy Bush are a’skered. Hold me closer tiny dancer.


Update: Echelon Insights post-debate poll: Trump 29, Carson 10, Fiorina 9, Rubio 9, Bush 9. Call him “Zombie Trump” because the GOP establishment and Big Media put him in a coffin, nail it shut, bury him, and still… Zombie Trump. Lots of caveats with this Patrick Ruffini online poll based on Googled information, and Trump is actually down a few statistical noise points from the last Echelon, but still Zombie Trump walks, talks and is fresh as a daisy – confirming all the recent polls that Trump is still tops. The news from this poll? Look at the man for whom the GOP establishment tried to fix this primary election. Bush is 20 points behind Trump. Call the medics!


Let’s start with our “very big big big question for Fox News, Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace, and Bret Baier”: Does Fox News or do any of you have email? or Twitter? or assistants? or texting capacity? or cell phones? or phones? or access to the internet? or Facebook? We hear you do have such advanced technology and have many assistants at work for Fox News. Which leads to a whole lotta other questions.

Now, we know that Fox News wanted to bait Trump to anger so that the guards waiting off stage could come in and perp walk The Donald off the stage. We already wrote about that. We quoted the L.A. Times quoting Bret Baier about the well crafted strategy to ignominiously dump Trump in front of millions after Trump fell into a Cecil the lion type well crafted trap. We know about the anti-Trump strategy, but doesn’t some form of decency and respect as a “fair and balanced” news organization compel a slight change in strategy when a big news event occurs?

Before 8:00 p.m. on debate night (the debate started at 9:00) a rather astounding event occurred. This event was massive in impact, had many implications for Obama, Hillary2016, Republicans, Republican candidates for president, the 2016 elections, war, peace, Europe, the Middle East, and of course impacted the economy and just about everything else. The shocking non-shocker is that this event was a total surprise yet not a completely total surprise and therefore a lot of people anticipated this event, feared this event, or hoped for this event, but in any case were on the lookout for this event. Well before the debate began this event occurred. Fox News viewers, all 24 million lured by Donald Trump’s appearance, heard not a beep or a peep about this stunning event.

The event? Democratic Senator and presumed to be the next leader of the Senate Democrats Chuck Schumer declared his opposition to Obama’s give-Iran-the-nuclear-bomb deal. Move-on immediately attacked Schumer as did James Fallows on Twitter – all well before 8:00, an hour before the debate. Chuck Schumer has long been considered THE vote in congress that could block Obama’s treachery because Schumer wields a lot of influence as a Jewish member of Congress and of course that little bit that he is the Senator from New York. Oh, and on the House side Elliot Engel joined Schumer to oppose the Obama gift to Iranian Valerie Jarrett and the haters of Jews and Israel.

Did Fox News viewers learn of any of this on the night when fifty million eyeballs were tuned on Fox News? No. Not a word. Thomas Sowell, not a Trump fan at all, denounced the debate “moderators” because of their “disservice” to the country on the Iran issue.

Megyn Kelly did not think this was worthy of a question to the Republican candidates for president. Neither did Chris Wallace who frequently indulges himself with foreign policy on his Sunday TV show on Fox News. Bret Baier also did not think this news about Iran merited a mention let alone a question to the assembled presidential candidates for the Republican nomination.

There was an Iran question buried in the middle of the debate. But imagine if the very first question from Bret Baier was an announcement about the Chuck Schumer opposition to Obama’s Iran deal and the question was “Raise your hand if you agree with Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer that the Obama Iran deal is bad.” Would have led to an entirely different night, right? But the strategy was to dump on Trump and not even a world shaking event would be allowed to distract from that main mission. Or we could be wrong and Fox News does not have texting, email, assistants, or breaking news gathering capacity.

The viewing public and Donald Trump saw the attempt to trash Trump. Unless the viewer had political motivation(s) or was in favor of another candidate and enjoyed the Fox News alliance to destroy Trump and advance the candidate of choice it was apparent to all that Fox News structured (Bret Baier’s word) the questions to take down Trump.

Donald Trump noticed and that’s why Donald Trump went to war against Fox News. Trump has been the star of a “reality show” and dealt with the assaults from tabloid media. Trump knows that how you “structure” (Bret Baier’s word) a debate or a reality show will determine the outcome. Trump saw the threat and instead of ignoring the threat he threatened back.

Now, many say Trump should just have let it all go and stuck to his issues. That was the advice of now removed Trump advisor Roger Stone and even Rush Limbaugh. To be frank, we would prefer Trump stick to the issues. We don’t think the attacks against Megyn Kelly, Chris Wallace, and Bret Baier are the course we think is wise. Not our preference. But at the same time we do think that Donald Trump was wise in his attacks against Megyn Kelly, Chris Walace, Bret Baier, and Fox News.

Why is Donald Trump’s war on Fox News wise? Because presidents and presidential candidates do not get to determine the issues. They can only pick and choose which to run on. But then some issues sort of creep up on you or jump on you. Picture the next president who wants to base his/her presidency on domestic issue X. But then in the first week in office Iran explodes a nuke. Continue with domestic issue X, or wake up and address the issue that just jumped on you. Presidential candidates that say “we must stay focused on the issue of blah-blah” while the public wants another issue addressed are stupid losers.

A president comes into office and wants to do X. But then H happens and all hell breaks loose. The president that persists with X and ignores H is going to get in trouble. There is something to not getting distracted, but sometimes what you think is a distraction, is the distraction that people want addressed.

The GOP establishment wanted the issue to be X. The GOP establishment did not want to speak about illegal immigration. Donald Trump spoke about illegal immigration and the public responded. The GOP establishment is not happy because a candidate came forth that spoke about what the public wanted to hear, not what the GOP establishment wanted to hear.

Donald Trump was smart enough to see that Fox News and the political establishment (as we define it that includes both political parties, lobbyists, Big Media, etc. etc.) was out to get him. The public saw that Big Media and the establishment were out to trash Trump. That became the issue the public wanted addressed. Was Trump really tough enough? Would Trump take on his “allies” on Fox News? Would Trump defend himself thereby giving the public confidence that Trump would defend the country? Or was Trump a tough talking schlemiel? Trump gave the public what the public wanted and thereby saved himself from the plots and schemes of Big Media and the GOP establishment.

So Trump went to war. It was a bloody war. In the end peace reigns. But it was a peace won through strength. Donald Trump won the war on Fox News because Trump stood strong.

The vast technological apparatus of modern political warfare targeted Donald Trump and Donald Trump won.

Trump was accused by Rich Lowery of “whining.” Donald Trump, like a queer on Gay Pride day took the “queer” and turned into into a boastful “Queer And Proud” affirmation:

“Well I think he’s probably right, I am the most fabulous whiner. I do whine, because I want to win,” Trump said on CNN’s “New Day” when host Chris Cuomo asked about Lowry’s remarks in a New York Post column.

I am a whiner, and I’m a whiner and I keep whining and whining until I win. I want to win for our country, and I’m going to make our country great again,” Trump said on CNN.

“Our country right now is a debtor nation, we have airports that are third-world airports, we have roadways that are falling apart, we have bridges that are coming down and that are unsafe,” Trump added.

The fun bit of the “whining?” It was on CNN, not Fox News. Build up CNN, ignore Fox News was the Trump strategy and it worked. But no one should think that while the GOP establishment waged all out war against Donald Trump, that Donald Trump waged all out war. Donald Trump was actually kinda nice.

Donald Trump did not once play the race card against the Red State Gestapo that disinvited him to their rally. Trump could have noted in a loud voice that Red State did not invite Ben Carson to the event at all. “It was racism” Trump could have baited. Trump likewise could have highlighted in Big Media appearances the sexist attacks against Sarah Palin by Fox News that Bristol Palin wrote about:

It’s official. I used to use this blog to point out how liberals use the “outrage industry” to manipulate people and keep their power. Now Republicans are just as bad.

By now you’ve undoubtedly heard that there’s a guy named Erick Erickson, of RedState, who disinvited Donald Trump from a gathering of conservatives because, as he put it, “there are even lines blunt talkers and unprofessional politicians should not cross. Decency is one of those lines.”

Want to learn some “lessons in sexual and political decency” from Erickson? Here are three: [snip]

And we get the Fox moderators asking questions that the New York Times applauds? Please. Let’s don’t use the Democratic “war on women” talking points when we have ISIS to worry about.

Mark Levin said the debates were an “embarrassment as far as I’m concerned… while the New York Times and CNN praised the event, I considered it an exploitation of the process, which is supposed to inform the American people. Not gotcha questions, not gossip… I think the American people are owed an apology.

Oh and before we get off the topic of Fox News and the fact that they are “oh-so-shocked” at the supposed sexism of Donald Trump… here’s a little perspective.

Back in 2010, Chris Wallace joked about having my Mom sit on his lap during an interview. In 2011, Roger Ailes said, “I hired Sarah Palin because she was hot and got ratings.”

Fox and Erickson need to get off their high horse on how outraged they are NOW about sexism and decency.

No, Donald Trump did not go nuclear, but he could have. Donald Trump waged smart war against Fox News. What Trump did was he focused the mind of Roger Ailes on what could happen.

The next GOP debate in September is on CNN. Trump will get that debate ratings as he did last week. CNN can utilize the next debate to raise their ratings. Pre-debate, debate, post-debate, CNN can use the debate to become a news network not the silly station it is now. Trump was willing to help CNN and Roger Ailes saw that. Ailes blinked. Now Trump can get back to other issues.

Peace through strength. It was a great example of how to deal with Iran, ISIS, China, etc. It was presidential.

Speaking of China, who is the candidate that has been talking about China’s manipulation of it’s currency. Who is the candidate that constantly talks about China’s devaluation of its currency which hurts America? Who is the candidate that alerted the world best about the latest China currency devaluation? Um, Trump. The issues that Trump has chosen to highlight are the issues that matter and that the public understands matter and wants addressed.

Trump owns the China issue because he warned and his warnings continue to prove correct:

Presidential candidate Trump: China devaluation will devastate US

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Tuesday said China’s devaluation of the yuan would be “devastating” for the United States.

“They’re just destroying us,” the billionaire businessman, a long-time critic of China’s currency policy, said in a CNN interview.

They keep devaluing their currency until they get it right. They’re doing a big cut in the yuan, and that’s going to be devastating for us.” [snip]

China has been a frequent theme for Trump since he entered the 2016 presidential campaign, promising to be a tougher negotiator with Beijing in order to bolster the U.S. economy.

“We have so much power over China,” he told CNN. “China has gotten rich off of us. China has rebuilt itself with the money it’s sucked out of the United States and the jobs that it’s sucked out of the United States.”

The markets agree with Trump. The same Trump that has attacked ObamaTrade policies. The same Trump that sides with unions against the Chamber of Commerce on ObamaTrade – unlike most if not all other candidates except for Saint Bernard.

Maybe now that Trump has won the war against Fox News there will be a “fair and balanced” discussion about how correct Trump has been about China and currency devaluation.

Trump won the war against Fox News when Roger Ailes capitulated and called Trump. Trump then appeared on Fox and Friends (but did not discuss Megyn Kelly) and will appear on Hannity as well. Ailes promised that Fox News coverage will be “fair and balanced” and Trump won. Trump’s victory is bigger than it appears.

Now that Trump has trumped Fox News he is catnip for all news outlets who see the opportunity to exploit the rift to get themselves a little bit of The Donald and those juicy ratings. Read this and weep Fox News:

The feud seemed to thaw Monday after the network’s chairman, Roger Ailes, reached out to Trump directly to clear the air.

“I assured him that we will continue to cover this campaign with fairness & balance,” Ailes said in a statement.

Trump said on Twitter that Ailes had assured him he would always be treated fairly by the network.

“As far as I’m concerned, I’m fine with it,” Trump said in a freewheeling, 30-minute interview with CNN’s “New Day” when asked about the flap after concluding his interview with Fox.

The CNN conversation was much more heated, as host Chris Cuomo pressed Trump on his lack of specific policy proposals since declaring his presidential run. His campaign has said it plans to unveil new policy plans soon.

“They want me to come up with a 10-point plan, a 14-point plan, a 20-point plan. It doesn’t necessarily work that way,” said Trump, who argued that, in business, flexibility is key.

Asked about how he would achieve his goal of simplifying the tax code, Trump responded: “Here’s what you can do: You can have a fair tax, you can have a flat tax, or you can leave the system alone, which is probably the simplest at this point, leave the system alone and take out deductions and lower taxes and do lots of really good things, leaving the system the way it is.”

“And I know exactly what I want to do, I just don’t want to announce it yet,” he added. “I’m just not prepared to tell you right now.” [snip]

On both shows, Trump refused once again to rule out a third-party run.

We’re going to keep the door open, we’re going to see what happens,” he said on Fox. “I want to run as a Republican But I do want to keep that door open in case I don’t get treated fairly.”

The medium is the message. Notice how Trump made news on CNN even as he returned to Fox News? Trump now has both Fox News and CNN as options. If one screws him, he turns to another. If the Republican establishment screws him there is another option. Want to know our experience with billionaires? Two trains running. Billionaires always have an escape route. Billionaires always want another option. Billionaires and successful people always have a two trains running strategy. If one train stalls, they hop on another. It’s the art of the deal. It’s how to win.

What Donald Trump is doing is exactly what we advised Hillary Clinton to do to MSNBC in 2008. Instead we got one single solitary Hillary quip taking down Chris Matthews to his face when he asked Hillary to come to his show. Hillary should have blasted MSNBC and rallied her troops to her side with the same savage fury Donald Trump supporters have rallied to Donald Trump.

All this leads us to a question: Is anyone in Brooklyn watching The Donald? Will Hillary2016 learn anything from Donald Trump’s victories? The troubles for Hillary2016 are mounting and her response is to issue more position papers and garbage no one is reading or listening to. Those position papers really helped against Obama in 2008 didn’t they? To borrow from Olivander from Harry Potter books: The issues choose the candidate, the candidate does not choose the issues.

We hope for an answer from Brooklyn headquarters someday that is congruent with reality and the issues people care about. We won’t hold our breath for the answer. We do however have an answer to our question as to why Donald Trump calls so many people STUPID LOSERS?

Rick Perry has run out of money, can’t pay his staff, so Perry can continue to call Donald Trump a “cancer” because no one cares anymore, he’s out of the running. Rand Paul has decided to turn his entire campaign into an attack Trump careening tricycle.

The rest of the candidates and their supporters don’t realize that it’s either Trump or Bush. There is no other. Carly Fiorina is now fluffed by Big Media and the GOP establishment because fluffing Jeb Bush has not worked. So Jeb will sit back and Tweet. Fiorina and Carson or whomever will be fluffed in turn before they are snuffed. Fluff then snuff. Fluff then snuff – the GOP establishment strategy once Trump is dispatched. It’s an attempt to stop Trump using various squirrel candidates, divide the opposition, then having stopped Trump, Mitt Romney Jeb Bush is last one standing. Fluff and snuff. Fluff to snuff Trump, snuff Trump, then snuff them all. Jeb wins without Trump.

So want to know why Donald Trump calls so many people STUPID LOSERS? Because they are.


Newsflash: It’s A Fix – It’s Trump Or Bush That Will Win – Cruz, Rubio, Kasich, Huckabee, Carson, Walker, Paul, Christie, Are Losers

Update II: Morning Consult poll: Trump’s lead grows after GOP debate to 32 percent, now ahead by more than 20 points. Trigger warning: check out the chart at the link. Meggyn Kelly has Frank Luntz egg all over her.

Triple Trumpnado? Trump’s popularity continues to climb as PPP’s newest Iowa poll finds Donald Trump leading the Republican field in the state even after a weekend of controversy. Trump at 19%, Bush at 11%, and as we write below, the losers don’t matter in this fixed wrestling match. Then there’s this Exclusive: Trump’s Republican support holds strong post-debate – Reuters/Ipsos poll. Drudge was right, Luntz was wrong, Fox News and GOP establishment busy with plots and schemes to push Bush.

Hillary2016 better learn from Trump and worry. Bush v. Hillary means Hillary wins. Hillary v. Trump? All bets are off.


Update: Peace in our time: Fox News reportedly in talks with Trump for interview in primetime tonight. Peace through strength!

Why will Fox News capitulate to The Donald? Because tens of thousands of Fox News viewers are boycotting the network. Because tens of thousands of Meggyn Kelly fans are blasting her on her very own Facebook page. Because the Trump interview which drew BLOOD was on CNN opposite Meggyn’s show. Because Trump has the drawing power to hurt Fox News if he continues to target Fox News prime time by going on CNN (which incidentally will host the next debate so Trump getting eyeballs to CNN, building up his CNN cred, and hurting egg-on-her-face Meggyn is triple Trumpnado).

There is also this which proves the Fox News fail and the Trump Triumph: Holy Guacamole Batman! New sciency poll out:

Donald Trump’s lead over his Republican presidential rivals grew substantially in the days following the first GOP debate and his controversial comments about moderator Megyn Kelly.

Trump’s support increased by 7 points, to 32 percent, according to the latest Morning Consult tracking poll.

The real estate mogul’s closest rival — former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush — lost 1 point, down to 11 percent support among self-identified Republicans and Republican-leaning independents.

Support for all other candidates was in the single digits in the poll.


Is there anything dumber than a Ted Cruz supporter? Well, maybe a Carly Fiorina supporter. Maybe a Ben Carson supporter. Maybe a Rubio supporter. Maybe a Paul supporter. Maybe a Christie supporter. Maybe a Walker supporter. Maybe a Huckabee supporter. Maybe Perry/Santorum/Pataki/Jindal/Gilmore/Graham supporter(s), if any.

Some of the dummies will find what we say provocative. But take it from those of us who attended the 2008 Rules and Bylaws Committee of the Democratic National Committee. We know what we are talking about and you are all total dummies no matter how smart you think you are.

We’ll start off slowly. Why do you dummies think that in the early primaries the delegates won will be distributed proportionate to the margin of victory of the (many) candidates? Why do you fools think that the first state that is winner take all is one of the most delegate rich states and that state happens to be Jeb Bush’s Florida? Why do you numbskulls think that there are only about 10 debates this election cycle compared to the 27 of the last election cycle?

All of this is designed to help one candidate snuff out the possibility of a debate based campaign from an undercapitalized candidate and to assure that the candidate with the most money and the biggest organization will be the eventual nominee. That was the plan… it was designed to nominate Jeb Bush… the plan would have worked… but then came Trump.

We know the above are difficult for those who don’t understand the rules of the game or how to win by fixing the rules of the game. Many of you would place bets to win on a horse that is lame and cross-eyed. Yeah, you really like that horse and you’re sure that horse is great so… gee… I’m gonna bet on that horse.

We’re going to post now two good reasons why you are all dummies. Most of you are too stupid to understand so we will try to spell it out for you, if necessary with those magnetic color alphabet sets children stick on refrigerators.

Here’s the first clue, which we ourselves wrote, as a preamble to our discussion of the Losers’ Forum which preceded the great debate last Thursday:

Big Media decides who gets coverage, the type of coverage, which polls to laud, which polls to ignore then uses the coverage and the polls to decide who gets to be a legitimate candidate on the debate stage. It’s an outrage. Worse, the political parties and the political candidates not only put up with this, they encourage the Big Media and establishment corruption of our political process because they are all part of the corrupt establishment.

We’re gonna strain your feeble minds now, even though we’re sure you did not understand our previous paragraph(s), so reach for your Ginko Biloba and try to follow. We know you object to our citation of something we ourselves wrote so now we will quote from someone who has attacked this website, hates this website, and is considered somewhat prominent even though he graduated from the DailyKooks website. Gird yourselves now. There will be some words larger than “cat” and “dog.” Some of the concepts (that means thinky things) might elude (that means you might not understand because you mind is to un-evolved) you but do try and follow, idiots:

Stage 6: Endgame

When it happens: June through Republican National Convention, July 18-21
Potential threat to Trump: The Republican Party does everything in its power to deny him the nomination.

If Trump makes it past Stage 4, we’ll have to consider his campaign successful, up to a point. He’ll have gotten further than any similar candidate has in the past. But he’d still be a long way from winning the nomination, and the final two stages might be his hardest yet.

The Republican Party’s delegate selection rules are straightforward in some states but byzantine in others, especially in caucus states where delegates are sometimes not formally pledged to the candidate who apparently earned their support on election night. Furthermore, about 7 percent of delegates to the RNC are party leaders — what Democrats would call “superdelegates” — who are usually not bound by the results of the popular vote in their states at all.

This introduces a little bit of slack into the system. It works in favor of establishment-backed candidates, or those who have an intricate understanding of the delegate rules. And it works against candidates like Trump.

Regular FiveThirtyEight readers will be familiar with “The Party Decides” paradigm of the nomination process. It posits that the nominee represents the consensus choice of influential members of the party, and that rank-and-file voters serve mostly to vet and validate the candidates in the event of a close call.

Much of the party’s influence consists of what you might call soft power,” the ability to influence outcomes by persuasion rather than coercion. But the party also has some “hard power”: It literally makes the rules. It can rule against candidates it doesn’t like in the event of delegate-counting disputes. It can probably even change the rules midstream. There isn’t a lot of precedent to worry about violating, since it’s been 40 years since Republicans came close to a brokered convention.

If Trump made it this far, the Republican Party would go to extraordinary lengths to avoid nominating him. In “The Party Decides” view, parties are basically looking for two things from their nominees: They want them to be reliable (meaning, they can be counted on to enact the Republican agenda once in office), and they want them to be electable (meaning, they can win in November).

Hold your horses dummies. By now you are saying “aha, you see Donald Trump will never win. Why is this article calling supporters of other candidates stupid when what that article clearly states is that Trump can’t win the Republican Party nomination?” Now take your meds and try to follow the reasoning (thinky things) of what we have just written.

We’ll explain it to you now: This GOP primary election is a fix. The entire primary process and schedule was designed to nominate Jeb Bush. But Donald Trump surprised everyone and got in the race. Donald Trump has the money. Donald Trump has the Big Media expertise. Donald Trump has the experience of dealing in politics and with politicians. It was all “fixed” for Jeb Bush and then Trump got in.

As we wrote before, Trump can win. Why? Trump can win because he can take advantage of the fix that was set up to benefit Jeb Bush.
Put that in your jock straps and wiggle.

Donald Trump has the financial advantage Jeb Bush thought he would have. Donald Trump can not only win (according to all the polls from those states) Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina (latest poll there has Donald Trump ahead with 34% Jeb Bush 10%) but he can knock out Jeb Bush and win Florida and all those many many delegates. No other candidate can do that.

Hey, dummies, why do we call you dummies, especially you Ted Cruz dummies? We call you dummies because you think that once Trump goes away your candidate will rise and maybe have a chance to win. That’s so stupid. Your candidates don’t have a chance. The fix is in. We think Ted Cruz supporters are especially stupid because they think that the establishment figure most hated by the establishment due to his personality and obnoxiousness (which we do think should be admired by the way) won’t be swept away with ease by the very forces that have tried with all their raw power and vitriol to destroy Donald Trump.

We have to mock any and all supporters of candidates who say “oh, I like so-and-so,” “oh, so-and-so is so inspirational,” “so-and-so candidate is really blah-blah-blah and I really think that he/she has a strong chance to win this thing,” or the dumbest of all “I just want a candidate that can win and so-and-so is it!” Hardy-hardy-har-har – LOL – ROTFL – Ha!

The fix is in dummies. Only one candidate can win now other than Jeb Bush. Like it or not it is Trump or Bush.

We waited until after the first debate to make this assessment. But it is clear now that Trump is the sole alternative. If Trump is knocked out one by one the others – Cruz, Paul, Walker, Kasich, Rubio, will be dismantled and sent to oblivion. The fix is in. The establishment gets what it wants. Except of course that Donald Trump remains standing.

There are a few other things we want to make everyone aware of. Did you know that Fox News had a plan to evict Trump from the debates physically? It’s likely that Fox News wanted to provoke Trump into an explosion so that they could have armed guards come in and remove him:

They reviewed not just the questions they would ask, but the structure of every query, keeping in mind the constraints of time and the need to avoid repeating topics. As they sorted and re-sorted questions, the unpredictability of real estate tycoon and reality TV star Donald Trump was never far from their minds.

Baier even had a “nuclear option” at the ready for Trump if he ignored all protocol.

The script — which he didn’t have to use — took a page from Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” TV show. It went like this: “Mr. Trump in your business you have rules. You follow rules. We have rules on this stage. We don’t want to have to escort you to the elevator outside this boardroom.”

“We’re hoping we don’t have to use it,” Baier said later. “We’re locked and loaded.”

They baited Trump on purpose to then try to evict him.

Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone, no admirer of Trump has warnings and observations the GOP better understand:

Republican Assault on Trump May Only Make Him Stronger
Party insiders ganged up on Trump in the first GOP debate, but the tactic may backfire [snip]

In thinking about what actually happened last night, i.e. what was meaningful as opposed to merely lurid and entertaining, you have to start with the performance of Trump, who might just have lured the Republican Party into a trap from which it will not escape.

There was clearly an effort last night by Republican party interests to knock Trump off his frontrunner pedestal. We saw ambush tactics from the start.

Bret Baier started the whole thing off by asking the candidates to promise they wouldn’t run on a third-party ticket. Trump declined, highlighting his non-Republican-ness. Megyn Kelly followed up by asking Trump to defend his record of calling women “fat pigs” and “disgusting animals” and then made his probable inability to score female votes in a race against Hillary part of her question.

Later questions targeted Trump’s heretical views on abortion and health care, and his history of donating money to the likes of Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi.

No other candidate got anything near this kind of treatment in the debate. A more typical question was Baier softballing Mike Huckabee, asking: “Is the government simply too big for any one person, even a Republican, to shrink?”

Then there was the postgame show. Fox had pollster Frank Luntz come on and speak with a “focus group” that expressed concern about the damage Trump will do to the party. [snip]

That Fox and the other “contestants” onstage were ganging up on Trump was clear enough, but it hasn’t stopped there. Trump is now also seeing a wave of punditry pieces flowing in from traditional conservative outlets slamming his campaign. The National Review’s Jonah Goldberg wrote a long piece this month, “Trump fans, it’s time for an intervention.” [snip]

Meanwhile, Rich Lowry at the Review called the debate a “fabulously awful” night for Trump. He slobbered over the rest of the field. He said Bush “made no mistakes, ” Christie was “forceful,” Carson was “winsome,” Kasich “more of a presence than I would have thought,” and Huckabee was “incapable of having a bad debate.”

Meanwhile, Fox contributor Charles Krauthammer gleefully declared the debate to be the “end of Trump,” saying that he looked “lost.” [snip]

What the Goldbergs and the Wills and Krauthammers of the world probably don’t get is that by singling Trump out for abuse, they’re almost certainly boosting his campaign. First of all, while it might have looked like a damning image to see Trump alone onstage with his hand up and refusing to pledge not to run as an Independent, on another level it was a great Trump moment. As it has been all season, there was Trump, and everyone else. That scene just made the other nine guys onstage look like what they are, stooges beholden to their party and their donors, unable to think for themselves.[snip]

Assuming this doesn’t all end in Trump becoming president and the world shortly thereafter ending in nuclear apocalypse, this twist might end up being the funniest thing to come out of the debate and the campaign in general.[snip]

We may not be laughing two years from now, but for the time being, man, what a show.

There is a lot of leftist claptrap and whistling past the graveyard from Taibbi but even he understands that there was and is a concerted effort to destroy Trump by the GOP establishment and that the effort might make Trump stronger.

After the first GOP debate it is clear that if Trump is destroyed Jeb Bush is the Republican nominee for president. We have very little doubt that in a Clinton versus Bush race there is only one possible outcome: President Hillary Clinton.

We don’t know what happens if Donald Trump becomes the Republican nominee for president. But we have written before that Hillary2016 should learn from Trump about how to handle Big Media and that Hillary Clinton should be very afraid of a Donald Trump nomination. Donald Trump has many admirers that Hillary2016 might not expect.

We do think Donald Trump has some chance to win the nomination mostly because of this:

Donald J. Trump is running a real HOPE AND CHANGE campaign with unceasing attacks on the political establishment of the country which includes both parties, Big Media, lobbyists, special interests, unions, the Chamber of Commerce, the regulatory bureaucratic state, and all those who encourage or feed upon this gargantuan power structure – which is what makes Trump so difficult to destroy.

The Republican/Big Media/Hollywood/political class establishment will try to stop Donald Trump. But Donald Trump, aside from his message and his “crusade” against the establishment campaign holds a Trump card that no other candidate in this political casino can bet on which is why Trump won the GOP debate.

The establishment will consider and threaten to use the rules and all the soft and hard power of the party bosses against Trump. The GOP establishment might try to do to Trump what the DNC did to Hillary such as give delegates she won at the ballot box to a candidate that was not even on the ballot. The GOP might try to steal the election from Trump.

The Trump card, which drives the GOP establishment wild because they see that with that one card Trump holds them, like wolves, at bay. Trump can run as an independent and has nicely said so.

The fear for the GOP is that Trump can run as an independent and lay waste to all the plots and schemes to gift the nomination to Jeb Bush. No other candidate has that Trump card. No other candidate was smart enough to strategize as to how to fight the GOP establishment. All the other candidates were dummies. You do see that, don’t you, Cruz dummies?