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.
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.