Did Donald J. Trump or Hillary R. Clinton have the best night last night? Hillary crushed the old socialist who has never done anything but talk, everywhere they competed. But Hillary last night said something monumentally stupid too. Donald J. Trump crushed Little Marco so badly Little Marco ran off spouting Bible verses; Trump stomped Ted Cruz everywhere they competed too. But Donald Trump did not win Ohio which is either a problem or a big gift. So who had the best night?
If it wasn’t for the Bible blaming Little Marco or the idiotic comments by Ted Cruz last night, Hillary Clinton would have won the “dumbest statement of the night” award. Hillary also has the problem that old socialist Bernie Sanders won’t go away because old socialist Bernie Sanders is not running for president. Old socialist Bernie leads a quixotic and idiotic “revolution” to make this country the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Ol’ Bernie doesn’t want to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. Ol’ socialist Bernie wants to go back to the U.S.S.R. glamourized version of his honeymoon years.
Bernie Sanders sole role is to cement the once great Democratic Party into an institution of the totalitarian left. To that end Bernie Sanders wants to force Hillary Clinton further and further left and any nominee in 2016 to be a candidate of the totalitarian left. Hillary is so far left already that every victory she garners comes at a high cost if she ever becomes a general election candidate (which we still doubt).
Still, Hillary Clinton won all on March 15. Meanwhile, Donald Trump lost Ohio but that might be a blessing. In every other respect Donald Trump had a great night. Consider the two headlines which caught our eyes last night:
These plots and headlines help Trump. As we predicted the riot in Chicago helped Trump and Trump won the state of Illinois last night. So when “top liberal leaders” and “top conservatives gather to plot” headlines appear, Trump zooms up and up.
Here are some more headlines from today that help Trump:
Headline: Limbaugh: Jeb Bush could mount a convention comeback
Yeah, “screw the voters” says the GOP establishment. These threats by the GOP establishment, and that is what they are, out and out threats against Trump voters by the GOP establishment, remind us of the riot in Chicago which deprived Trump of his right to speak and the rights of Trump supporters to hear him speak. As we warned, the public, and public opinion still counts in this country, the public will not accept the totalitarian riots in the streets or behind closed doors to thwart the will of the people. Before the elections yesterday we wrote that the elections would prove or disprove our theory that the Chicago riot helped Trump. Well, we were right.
And speaking of riots, the big news today is the shocking news that Donald J. Trump said if the nomination was stolen from him there might be riots:
Trump warns of ‘riots’ if he isn’t GOP nominee
A contested convention could ‘disenfranchise’ millions of voters, he says.
Big Media is in full outrage about what Trump said. But some of us remember the Big Media silence in 2008 when Barack Obama threatened riots in Denver if he was denied the nomination. We wrote about the Obama threats and many others wrote about “Intimidate ’08” as it was happening. Big Media ignored the Obama threats of violence. The difference between Trump and Obama? Obama stole Michigan and Florida delegates from Hillary and Hillary was the winner in vote totals too in 2008. In 2016 Trump is the only candidate that can win the nomination without a dirty back room deal at the convention that ignores the people.
Big Media attacks Trump saying the obvious even as Big Media ignores the big threat of violence:
Anti-Trump Groups Threaten ‘Largest Civil Disobedience Action of the Century’
With little fanfare and almost no news media attention, some of the same radical groups involved in shutting down Donald Trump’s Chicago rally last week are plotting a mass civil disobedience movement to begin next month.
They intend to march across the East Coast in order to spark a “fire that transforms the political climate in America.”
The AFL-CIO and Move-On will stomp and scream. Voters will flood to Trump. This will help Donald J. Trump. The more they tie up traffic and drum circle their noise the more Trump trumps.
This is a great week for Donald Trump after a great day for Trump on election day. Today, Trump schlonged Fox News:
SALT LAKE CITY — Monday’s GOP presidential debate scheduled here in Utah has been canceled, FOX 13 News has confirmed.
The decision to cancel the debate followed Donald Trump’s announcement on “FOX & Friends” that he would not be appearing. Instead, he said he would be appearing at a pro-Israel group’s event on Monday night. Trump dropping out led John Kasich to indicate he would not be appearing at Monday’s debate.
Enjoy that bit of news for a bit. Trump, on Fox News itself, announced he would not attend the Fox News debate to be hosted by Megyn Kelly because he will address the major Jewish lobby group instead. Try and figure out who the biggest loser in this is. Is the biggest loser Megyn Kelly? Is the biggest loser Fox News? Is the biggest loser Ted Cruz who can’t get any attention now? Is the biggest loser Mitt Romney who hoped to attack Trump in Mormon Salt Lake City? Is the biggest loser John Kasich who gets less attention that even the serpentine Ted Cruz? We don’t know who the biggest loser is but the big winner is Donald Trump who uses Fox News to attack Fox News.
Trump not only attacks Fox News on Fox News, Trump also schlonged Little Marco:
“I believe with all my heart that the winner of the Florida primary next Tuesday will be the nominee of the Republican Party,” Rubio told supporters on March 8, following crushing losses in Mississippi and Michigan.
“Thanks Marco We Agree,” the on-screen text reads in the video tweeted by Trump.
So who won the most last night? Hillary or Trump?
Hillary has a problem:
Bernie is being kept alive by independents. Clinton’s convincing victory in Ohio was all the more impressive because it took place in an open primary state that permitted same-day registration by independents. But exit polls, and reports from both campaigns, indicate that Clinton cleaned up by intensifying her turnout operations in black communities (she had a net 15-point lead in Ohio among registered Democrats) not by crossing over to working-class whites and young people who are more prone to avoid party affiliations.
In Illinois, Clinton lost indies by a roughly 75-to-25 percent margin — similar to the ratio that doomed her in Michigan a week ago. Trump, like Sanders, feasts on independents and thrives in open primaries, and Clinton’s staff acknowledges she has to cut into those margins to succeed in the fall. “It’s a serious problem,” a senior Clinton staffer told me. “It’s something we are going to be focused on once — I mean if — we get past Bernie.”
The red flags and warning bells are coming not only from the Clinton campaign but also from the Hillary haters that worked for Barack Obama:
Trump could be formidable in November, warns former Obama campaign chief
Democrats should not underestimate Donald Trump, David Plouffe warned Tuesday night.
Plouffe, who managed President Obama’s 2008 campaign and served as a senior adviser to the president, said Trump is a more dangerous candidate for Hillary Clinton than Sen. Ted Cruz.
“We’ve never seen anything like this in politics,” Plouffe told Fox News. “Democrats should not be popping champagne corks since Donald Trump is doing so well.”
The coalition of young people, minorities and women that twice sent Barack Obama to the White House should not be taken for granted, Plouffe said.
“It is the Obama coalition, it’s not the Democratic coalition or the Clinton coalition. It’s got to be earned,” he said. [snip]
Plouffe on Tuesday night specifically contrasted the relatively low turnout on the Democratic side with the new voters Trump is drawing to the Republican contest. Bringing new voters into the fold has become a staple of Trump’s campaign message.
“He’s clearly bringing people into the process, and Democrats better be very mindful of that because at the end of the day to win a presidential election you have to maximize your turnout,” Plouffe said. [snip]
“He’s defied every prediction, every convention,” Plouffe said.
Hillary R. Clinton and Donald J. Trump both had big nights. But Trump is the big winner. Trump’s opposition is still divided whereas Hillary still has an old socialist and young voters to fight. Hillary also is still off her game. Hillary almost won the “dumbest statement of the night” award. Hillary was saved by the even dumber statements made by Little Marco and Lyin’ Ted.
Little Marco blamed God for his loss instead of taking the smart step of endorsing Trump and saying the voters “have spoken and I will learn from this”. But the dumbest statement of the night was when Ted Cruz declared “Tonight was a good night.” If Tuesday night was a good night for Ted Cruz, who lost everything and everywhere, what does a bad night look like?
Ted Cruz won the “dumbest statement of the night” award hands down. But Hillary had a close second “dumbest statement of the night”. Hillary’s dumb statement of the night:
When we hear a candidate for president call for rounding up 12 million immigrants, banning all Muslims from entering the United States, when he embraces torture, that doesn’t make him strong; it makes him wrong.
…that bit of brilliant Bill Clintonism that goes like this: “Better to be strong and wrong than weak and right.”
Donald Trump continues to win because, Hillary’s opinion notwithstanding, he is perceived as “strong”. You don’t have to agree with Trump, you can think Trump is “wrong” and still vote for Trump. Bill Clinton frequently declares “Better to be strong and wrong than weak and right.” By now Hillary should have internalized that truth that Bill frequently utters.
After the Chicago riot and his many victories in primaries – with votes from evangelicals that were supposed to vote for Ted Cruz, moderates who were supposed to vote for Jeb Bush, crackpots that were supposed to vote for Rand Paul, Latinos that were supposed to vote for Little Marco, women that were supposed to vote for Carly Fiorina, and particularly after last night’s victories – Donald J. Trump is viewed as strong.
Donald Trump is viewed as strong in a country that is tired of Obama weakness and does not want a third Obama weakness term. That is why Trump had the best night over Hillary last night.