It’s over for Trump. Unless Donald J. Trump vomits on one of his opponents or pulls down his own pants and moons the audience or even swings his penis in front of the TV cameras – it’s over for Trump and he has won this primary election cycle To make matters more stark, we’re not even sure if doing the aforementioned would stop the Trump triumph.
But what about Cruz? Irrelevant. Cruz is just the latest Big Media catnip.
Tonight’s GOP debate (which can be seen on CNN at 8:30 p.m. ET) is about terror. Tonight’s GOP debate is not only about Islamic Terror. Tonight’s GOP debate is about the establishment terror inspired by Donald J. Trump.
Consider, last week we were shocked, truly shocked, that anyone thought Donald J. Trump would be in any way hurt by his proposed temporary ban on Muslims coming to this country. But as shocked as we were, it cannot be denied that the establishment of both political parties and Big Media believed, truly believed deep in their corrupt bones that Donald J. Trump had given them the means to destroy him.
The establishment of both political parties and Big Media set up Trump as a free fire zone. They threw everything at Trump. Everyone attacked Trump. Then the smoke cleared and the damage assessed.
After the nuclear attacks on Donald J. Trump, like in one of those alien invasion movies when the aliens with their protective shields withstand nuclear bombardment unscathed, Donald J Trump not only survived the united establishment attacks – Trump thrived.
That’s when the establishment shook in terror. They threw everything at Trump. But he absorbed the energy of the attacks and grew stronger. It was pure science fiction into political fiction come true.
The attacks nuked Trump. Then the polls came out. That’s when the nuclear attacks against Donald J. Trump stopped and the establishment gasped in horror to see they had only destroyed themselves.
Not only had Trump survived, Trump thrived. The South Carolina poll pealed the death of the establishment. In that South Carolina poll Trump surged eight points, to 35%, after his Muslim temporary ban remarks to a 20 point lead over his closest rival. The establishment shook in terror and horror. The attacks stopped momentarily to bury the dead.
Then in quick succession more polls rang the death of the establishment and the Trump triumph. The Monmouth poll sealed the deal with Trump at 41%, breaking all his supposed “ceilings”. The Washington Post/ABC poll followed with Trump at 38%.
The establishment is in terror of Trump:
In face of criticism, Trump surges to his biggest lead over the GOP field
Following his proposal to temporarily bar Muslims from entering the country, Donald Trump has increased his lead in the Republican primary to its largest margin yet, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
The results are the latest sign that Trump’s outspoken comments on immigration and terrorism continue to find an audience among rank-and-file Republicans in spite of sharp condemnation from Democrats, GOP leaders, some of Trump’s rivals and a chorus of world leaders.
The survey puts Trump’s support at 38 percent among registered Republicans and GOP-leaning independents, six points higher than in October and November. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who also is running an anti-establishment campaign, has surged into second place with 15 percent, effectively doubling his support since last month.
Cruz at 15% and Trump at 38%. Big Media wants to turn this into a Cruz “surge”. Cruz will go the way of Carly Fiorina, Bobby Jindal, Scott Walker, and the rest who thought they could nuke Trump and win either Iowa or some state or nationally or something only to hit the brick Trump wall.
So dominant is Hillary Clinton’s polling in the presidential primaries, notes the press critic Howard Kurtz, that the media have essentially stopped paying attention to the Democratic race at all. [snip]
According to the two latest national polls, conducted as the furor over Trump’s call for a temporary moratorium on Muslim migration reached a fever pitch, the real estate magnate leads the Republican field by either 23 or 27 points. Tuesday’s Washington Post/ABC News poll has Trump with more than double the support of the second place finisher, Ted Cruz. Indeed, Trump’s lead over his primary opponents is larger than both Ronald Reagan’s was in the 1980 race, and George H. W Bush’s was in the 1988 contest.
The latest national polls of the Democrats, meanwhile, show Secretary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders by a mere 20 or 19 points. And her support appears to be plateauing, while Trump’s numbers are surging. All of which is to say, on a national level, Trump is clearly in a stronger position than Clinton is.
Yup, it’s over for Trump. It’s December 15. December 15 is the day:
Jeb Bush reiterated his view that Trump will soon fade in the race, saying that by the time of the next Republican debate on December 15, “Trump will be in decline.”
Tonight is the last GOP debate of the year and we’re halfway through all the debates scheduled through next year. Tonight is last and half.
At the “last and half” GOP debate one thing is clear: It’s over for Trump. Victory approaches.