#RCNinCle: Make America First Again And Other Brilliant King Tut Wholesale Lifts

Update:Even many Ted Cruz supporters are seeing him for the reptile he is tonight.

Ted Cruz might have united the GOP more with his nasty speech than even with an endorsement.

An endorsement might have been an OK thing to do but most people would know it was not sincere and just politically expedient (like Marco Rubio). But the snake move, the disgusting reptilian speech by Lyin’ Ted has revealed to many of his supporter that Trump was right. Trump called him “lyin’ Ted” for a reason. Ted Cruz is a liar.”

There is now a visceral loathing of Lyin’ Ted Cruz. Trump tried to unite the party and therefore invited Lyin’ Ted Cruz to speak to the RNC. Then Ted Cruz proved he is a reptile, a snake, scumbag. The Art of the Deal. Trump gave Lyin’ Ted enough rope. Lyin’ Ted Cruz used that rope to hang himself.


Who’s more clueless? Ted Cruz, The Dimocrats, John Kasich, Big Media, or Hillary Clinton?

None of the above see what is happening at the Republican National Convention even as they write and talk about the Republican National Convention. Plagiarism? That’s penny ante. It’s wholesale theft and it’s the Dims, Hillary Clinton, and Big Media helping the Republican load up the trucks. The future? Ted Cruz and John Kasich can’t see how the future has been taken from them already. Let’s discuss all of this.

In October 2015 we wrote @RealDonaldTrump Walks Away With The Clinton Coalition. The wholesale theft is happening in prime time and none of the clueless see it. Some excerpts of what we wrote that October 2015 day:

The white working class should have been the bedrock of Hillary2016. The white working class support for Hillary Clinton in 2008 provided grand victories of 40 point margins when Hillary was most wounded. Now Hillary2016 has repeatedly abandoned those voters. [snip]

The bedrock of a winning coalition, the people Barack Obama dismissed in 2008 as “bitter” and clinging to their guns and Bibles, used to be the FDR coalition and the Clinton coalition. No longer. They are now part of the Trump Triumph. Hillary2016 has abandoned them so they have abandoned her.

The counter argument to Trump winning the white working class vote is that Trump won’t get the nomination. At every turn we hear of a new pawn up to the job of destroying Donald J. Trump. [snip]

Donald J. Trump is not a conservative the GOP establishment likes nor a liberal the Democratic Party likes. Donald Trump will destroy the Republican Party as we now know it because Barack Obama destroyed the Democratic Party as we once knew it. The GOP has long contained a struggle between it’s populist voters and the big money Chamber of Commerce types that want a low wage society. Donald Trump is against a low wage society and therefore against illegal immigration. The white working class understands this. Enough of the black working class and the Latino working class understands this too.

The white working class chased out of the Democratic Party by Obama’s Kook coalition had no where to go but to the Republican Party. Now the former Democrats join in solidarity with the long time populist Republicans – ergo TRUMP.

There’s a wholesale theft going on every night in Cleveland and all Big Media and the dummies talk about is “plagiarism”. They don’t see the obvious. Every time that magnificently beautiful Melania Trump gets negative or positive Big Media coverage comparing her in any way to Michelle Obama it is a boon for Trump2016. Why? Because the medium is the message! It’s teleVISION. You see that gorgeous exotic bird Melania Trump. Then you see what looks like a Moose in high heels.

In rap music it’s called “sampling” but in order to damage Trump2016 all Big Media and the dummy ally Dimocrats want to wail about is “plagiarism” – not realizing the beautiful bird wins over the high heeled moose. While the dummies caterwaul about “plagiarism” the wholesale theft of the working class voters and what used to be Democratic Party themes is being stolen by the truckload.

Some see the wholesale theft and watch with glee. Barack Obama destroyed the Democratic Party and its winning FDR/Kennedy/Clinton coalition therefore homeless Democrats have gone to Trump. The latest prime time laugh is how the Republicans, in full prime time Klieg lights have put in their platform a return of Glass Steagall:

Republican Platform Under Trump Backs Glass-Steagall’s Return

Republican National Convention delegates approved a platform Monday that calls for reinstating the Glass-Steagall Act and scaling back the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul, calling it the Democrats’ “legislative Godzilla.”

The Glass-Steagall measure puts presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump and his party in the company of unlikely allies such as Bernie Sanders, the democratic socialist who ran against Democrat Hillary Clinton on a plan that included Glass-Steagall reinstatement, underscoring the blurring of political lines in the 2016 race. [snip]

Trump has been a vocal critic of trade deals such as the TPP and the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying they have cost U.S. jobs and should be renegotiated. His stance has pitted him against some party stalwarts and pro-business groups such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

We support reinstating the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 which prohibits commercial banks from engaging in high-risk investment,” said the platform released by the Republican National Committee.

Clinton, whose husband signed a repeal of the law in 1999, doesn’t advocate for its return.

“We believe that the Obama-Clinton years have passed legislation that has been favorable to the big banks, which is one of the reason why you see all of the Wall Street money going to her,” Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort told reporters prior to the platform’s approval.

We are supporting the small banks and Main Street. We talk about legislation that affects, you know, some of the mistakes made in repealing Glass-Steagall and some of the mistakes made in imposing Dodd-Frank. The platform reflects those things,” Manafort said.

It’s a wholesale theft in prime time Klieg lights but all Big Media and Dimocrats want to do is give more publicity to that beautiful bird of happiness Melania Trump.

It’s wholesale theft in prime time Klieg lights with trucks lined up for miles as they load up on the stolen goods. Goldfinger never dreamed so big.

The wholesale theft goes on every night! Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign slogan was Putting People First. Tonight’s theme at the Donald J. Trump RNC is “Make America First Again. Last night the theme was “Make America Work Again which we noted was the old “JOBS, JOBS, JOBS” recycled for a new era and new leadership.

Tonight’s theme is a variant of Putting People First although Big Media and the rest of the clueless insist on slapping on nationalist paint to cover the appeal of the message to the working class. Even the first night’s Make America Safe Again was a retread of the old “security mom” argument designed to appeal to women.

The Donald J. Trump #RNCinCle convention is the greatest robbery of a grave site since Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon looted the tomb of King Tut.

Clueless Big Media, Hillary Clinton, the Obama Dimocrats, are not the only clueless clowns. After all Lyin’ Ted Cruz and John Kasich are still alive.

Last night a spectacular speech was given by Donald Trump, Jr. The speech by Trump Jr. was very well delivered and full of powerful messages. In that speech the Donald J. Trump movement became greater and long-lasting.

The speech by Trump Jr. was very effective as a boost to Donald J. Trump. But much more happened in that speech. The transcript of Donald Trump, Jr.’s speech to the RNC reveals the golden nuggets:

For the first time, parents no longer think that their kids will be as well off as we were. We’ve lost the confidence in our leaders and the faith in our institutions. [snip]

He didn’t hide out behind some desk in an executive suite. He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, pouring sheet rock and pouring concrete and hanging sheet rock. He listened to them and he valued their opinions as much and often more than the guys from Harvard and Wharton locked away in offices, away from the real work.

He’s recognized the talent and the drive that all Americans have.

He’s promoted people based on their character, their street smarts, and their work ethic, not simply paper credentials.

To this day, many of the top executives in our company are individuals that started out in positions that were blue collar. But he saw something in them and he pushed them to succeed.

The true gift as a leader is that he sees the potential in people that they don’t even see in themselves – the potential that other executives would overlook because their resumes don’t include the names of fancy colleges and degrees.

I know he values those workers and those qualities in people, because those are the individuals he had my sibling and me work under when we started out.

That he would trust his own children’s formative years to these men and women says all you need to know about Donald Trump.

We didn’t learn from MBAs. We learned from people who had doctorates in common sense. Guys like Vinny Stellio [sp], who taught us how to drive heavy equipment, operate tractors and chainsaws, who worked his way through the ranks to become a trusted adviser of my father.

It’s why we’re the only children of billionaires as comfortable in a D10 Caterpillar as we are in our own cars.

My father knew that those were the guys and gals that would teach us the dignity of hard work from a very young age.

He knows that at the heart of the American dream is the idea that whoever we are, wherever we’re from, we can get ahead, where everyone can prosper together.

The other party also tells us they believe in the American dream. They say we should worry about economic inequality and immobility.

You know what? They’re right. But they don’t tell you that it was their policies that caused the problem and it was their policies that have no accountability.

They gave us the worst immigration system in the world, one that imports immobility, one that drives down employment and wages for Hispanic Americans, for African Americans, and for everyone. An immigration system that favors illegals over those trying to go through the process legally and, at times, even over law-abiding citizens.

It was Bernie Sanders himself who warned that a large tide of new workers keeps wages low and poverty high.

The other party gave us public schools that far too often fail our students, especially those who have no options. [snip]

They want to run everything top-down from Washington. They tell us they’re the experts and they know what’s best.

The other party gave us a regulatory state on steroids. [snip]

Imagine trying to digest all that before you even open your doors for business. That doesn’t help consumers. What it does is destroy small business in favor of big businesses who can afford the vast number of lawyers and accountants needed to comply. Dodd-Frank is consumer protection for billionaires.

We’ve produced the thickest network of patronage and influence of any country at any time in world history. It’s composed of a self-satisfied people at the top – our new aristocrats. We can’t live that way any longer, it’s too risky.

“Our new aristocrats!” That’s revolutionary stuff and delivered at the New Republican Party convention! Our excerpts are from only half of the speech delivered by Donald Trump, Jr. There’s plenty more.

Donald Trump, Jr.’s speech is a speech that long ago could have been delivered at a Democratic Party Convention to great applause if it was delivered by a rich Kennedy or a rich Roosevelt. Listen to the echoes of what once was the great Democratic Party in defense of the working class as delivered by Donald Trump, Jr.:

We will not accept the current state of our country because it’s too hard to change. That’s not the America I know.

We’re going to unleash the creative spirit and energy of all Americans.

We’re going to make our schools the best in the world for every single American of every single ethnicity and background.

We’re going to put Americans first. All Americans. Not a special class of crony elites at the top of the heap.

We’re going to elect a president who will work with everyone to pass legislation that will make our country great again.

It’s an astonishing speech in defense of the working class and the American people.

The Donald Trump Jr. speech is very positive and with every positive it is an attack against the opposition party. But it is much more than that.

Clueless John Kasich, Ted Cruz, believe that if they can sink Donald J. Trump in 2016 they will be positioned for victory in 2020. That is delusional.

Jeb Bush thought he was destined to be the Republican nominee for president in 2016 because the primary schedule and every rule was designed to fix the election for Jeb’s victory. All the rules Jeb Bush set in place insured the nomination of Donald J. Trump. Jeb! only received 3 delegate votes from the convention which means Jeb! spend $50 million per delegate.

John Kasich and Ted Cruz think if they sabotage Trump2016 and fix the rules to their benefit somehow they will be the future. They are clueless.

The Republican National Convention has created a New Republican Party. Donald J. Trump is the future of the Republican Party no matter what happens in November. If Trump wins that is an obvious truth. But even if Trump would lose, Trumpism will rule the day at the New Republican Party.

The moment Donald Trump Jr. spoke it became clear there was one obvious heir to Donald J. Trump and many others lined up with the movement. Clueless Ted Cruz and Clueless John Kasich can’t see the future is now. Neither can the other clueless, their pockets picked, houses empty, as the future rolls forward by the truckload.


96 thoughts on “#RCNinCle: Make America First Again And Other Brilliant King Tut Wholesale Lifts

  1. Clueless John Kasich still absent. Clueless Ted Cruz will speak tonight.

    Lyin’ Ted will be surrounded by strong supporters of Trump before and after his speech. The convention and Big Media will be waiting to hear an endorsement of Trump. If Lyin’ Ted endorses Trump it will devastate Glenn Beck who is furious at the prospect and has said an endorsement would be a betrayal.

    The schedule:


    Primetime Program, 7 P.M.

    Laura Ingraham, Radio Host

    Phil Ruffin, Businessman

    Pam Bondi, Attorney General of Florida

    Eileen Collins, Astronaut (retired)

    Michelle Van Etten, Small Business Owner

    Kentucky State Senator Ralph Alvarado, Jr.

    Darrell Scott, Pastor

    Harold Hamm, Continental Resources

    Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker

    Lynne Patton, The Eric Trump Foundation

    U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida)

    U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas)

    Eric Trump, Executive Vice President of The Trump Organization

    Newt & Callista Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House and his wife

    Indiana Governor Mike Pence.

  2. http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_GOP_2016_CONVENTION_2020?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2016-07-20-08-29-05

    CLEVELAND (AP) — To chants of “2020, 2020,” Republican Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday left open the possibility of a second White House run even as Donald Trump arrived in Cleveland to accept the GOP presidential nomination.

    “I don’t know what the future is going to hold. I don’t know what’s going to happen,” Cruz told his rowdy supporters, many of them cheering another bid. “But what I do know what remains unshakable is my faith in the men and women here.”

    The freshman lawmaker with Texas-size political ambitions has stopped short of a full-throated endorsement of Trump, his bitter primary rival who often mocked him as “Lyin’ Ted.” Cruz was slated to deliver a prime-time convention speech, but no endorsement was expected.

    At a rally with some 900 delegates, donors, GOP officials and supporters at a lakeside restaurant, Cruz never mentioned Trump’s name during an appearance billed as a “thank you” event for supporters.

    “Our party now has a nominee,” Cruz said Wednesday, just as Trump’s plane flew overhead. The senator laughed and said wryly: “That was pretty well-orchestrated.”

    With an eye toward 2020, Cruz’s team drafted a convention speech focusing on adherence to the Constitution, a calling card for conservatives and a perceived contrast with Trump.

    Far from a Trump endorsement, Cruz said he and his followers had the duty “to follow our conscience.” And he defined party unity on his terms: “To unite behind liberty and for us to empower the grassroots.”

    If their reaction to Trump’s jet landing is any indication, unity will be a difficult task. The crowd booed loudly as the aircraft emblazoned with “TRUMP,” descended over the Cleveland skyline. [snip]

    Texas fundraiser Mica Mosbacher said Wednesday that Cruz has taken a “quantum leap” with his convention speech after a rough primary, but based on conversations with his advisers the senator and his team are not ready to fully back Trump.

    “I think they’re about 80 percent there,” said Mosbacher, who expects Cruz to make overtures toward unity in his remarks.

    Paul Manafort, Trump’s top campaign adviser, said Wednesday that it will be clear from Cruz’s speech that he’s supporting Trump, though “how he says it, I don’t know.”

    In a brief interview with The Associated Press, Manafort dismissed the importance of Cruz using the word endorse.

    “No, it doesn’t at all. The point is the same. … If he’s voting, that’s the signal,” he said.

    Before Trump even accepts the nomination, Cruz’s supporters as well as critics were saying undercurrents in Cleveland are emboldening the senator’s band of believers and stoking his 2020 prospects, should Trump lose in November.

    Cruz is eager to be seen as the face of the modern conservative movement should there be an open GOP field in four years.

    So what Cruz says later Wednesday during his prime-time convention speech will be closely watched for clues about his presidential aspirations.

    If Ted Cruz does not outright endorse Trump, he is forever “lyin’ Ted”.

  3. I don’t know how anyone supports Lyin’ Ted…

    Don’t think I can watch…

    Trump Jr’s speech was epic, to deny is ridiculous.

  4. I’m on vacay. I was not aware of the Moose/Melania plagiarism flap when I turned the tv on about to listen to her speech with the aid of a split screen. I have to tell you, i was laughing like crazy. I thought to myself, BRILLIANT!

    Melania is poking fun at the MOOSE with a ‘satirical comedy’ speech… hahaha!

    It’s ALL GOOD! Gonzo!

  5. Governor Rick Scott is doing well. He sounds like he has a speech impediment cause he slurs some words. His message is one of the best and strongest for Trump.

  6. More delusions from lyin’ Ted:


    Ted Cruz would run in 2020 even if Trump is president, RNC official says

    Cruz is already laying the groundwork for another run for president in 2020, but a top RNC official told Yahoo News that they expect him to run even if Donald Trump becomes president this fall. That would represent the first major challenge of an incumbent president from inside his own party since Teddy Kennedy ran against President Jimmy Carter in 1980.

    “If Trump wins, you better bet your ass Cruz is going to primary him,” the RNC official told Yahoo News. [snip]

    Cruz has not even endorsed Trump, though he is now under pressure from allies and supporters to support the GOP nominee. Even Cuccinelli told Politico he’s going to vote for Trump now. And two other 2016 candidates speaking Wednesday night — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who will be there in person, and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who’ll appear via video link — have offered support for Trump, though it is weak. It is the ultimate example on Trump’s part of holding your friends close and your enemies closer.

    Cruz would not be alone in withholding an endorsement. Among other 2016 Republican candidates, Ohio Gov. John Kasich has not endorsed, nor has former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.

    However, many of the older religious conservatives who are politically active — the kind who were with Cruz over Rubio in the primary — have swallowed their distaste for Trump and jumped on board. [snip]

    But by accepting a speaking slot, Cruz put himself in position to be in Cleveland and in possession of credentials to get into the arena in case a delegate revolt succeeded. And his camp was involved, according to multiple sources, in a discussion about having Cruz propose that Walker run as an alternative against Trump ahead of the rules committee vote last week, which would have set off chaos. Cruz’s adviser Jeff Roe vetoed the idea, according to one source. A Cruz adviser did not respond to a request for comment.

    Cruz’s speech will be one of the most closely watched of this convention, precisely because of all the intrigue. He is a Trump enemy, speaking at Trump’s coronation.

  7. Enemy at the podium. …

    Cruz will run against President Trump 2020..oh my, get the behind me Satan…lol

  8. Laura Ingraham with a rousing demand that Lyin’ Ted and the other candidates honor their pledge and endorse Trump, TONIGHT!

    C-SPAN is the best coverage.

  9. Just watched Laura Ingraham. UNBELIEVABLE. I hope someone can post her speech for those not able to see it. Wow!

  10. They could so rock this Eileen Collins Astronaut out of the orbit. They could have had special effects behind her, some 2001 music, I was just envisioning all of this.

  11. You know there are people who look great in bald heads.
    Yul Brenner.


    Obama? Naaa. He would look better–and sound much better with no head, like in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

  12. We missed Darrell Scott, the pastor. We caught the end as the crowd stomped and yelled. It appears that Scott rocked the house and we, like dolts, missed it.

    C’mon Youtube, help us.

  13. Can’t watch this now, ’cause we’re listening to Governor Scott Walker, a man who is living up to his pledge, unlike lyin’ Ted Cruz.

    Here’s Pastor Darrell Scott, which we will watch later:

  14. Yes,

    Good to see Walker keep his pledge. He really disliked Trump he worked hard against Trump in WI contest.

    Still boring, lol.

    Yes wbb,

    Yule Brier was always hot. Even as a young girl, way before bald heads were in, Yul was and will,always be the first, and hotest…

  15. I guess the Sisters didn’t make the cut. Too bad, they supported him when many minorities wouldn’t think of…

  16. Liddle Marco on video. He’s only endorsing Trump because he knows if Trump loses Florida, Liddle Marco loses too. So Liddle Marco did the smart thing and appeared at Trump’s victory convention.

  17. OMG did he say we are angry at a goverent that break’s it’s promises?

    Kind of LIKE YOU Ted?

  18. GET THE HOOK!!!! This reptile has droned on long enough. Even though we like the country, send him back to Canada, America has suffered enough.

  19. The New York delegation is shouting “WE WANT TRUMP” to shut up the reptile who won’t endorse Trump. Lyin’ Ted Cruz.

  20. He’s not going to endorse, asswhipe…

    Tried to belittle NY delegation when they shouted, “We want Trump”…

  21. I thought Cruz was getting a great response until it became apparent that he would not endorse Trump.

  22. Eric, nice, good guy, not his brother however . I noticed Tiffany is always next to him. He really looks out for her. The body language with Ivana, not as good, too bad.

  23. Newt Gingrich up now. He wasn’t chosen as VP but shows class. Sure to back Trump.

    Newt is slyly slapping Ted Cruz. Brilliantly done repeated slaps against Ted Cruz.

  24. House band pretty good. Remind me of a band in New Orleans, house band could sing anything…Bourbon

    Yuck…Ryan again…

  25. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/07/20/cruz_vote_your_conscience_in_november.html

    “To those listening,” he added. “Please, don’t stay home in November. If you love our country… stand and speak and vote your concsience. Vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution.”

    Chants of: “We want Trump!” erupted throughout the room when Cruz asked voters to vote their conscience. “We appreciate the enthusiasm of the New York delegation,” Cruz replied.

    Scumbag Cruz.

  26. http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/07/20/ted-cruz-vote-your-conscience/

    And then, Cruz delivered those fateful words: “Vote your conscience.”

    The boos and interruptions never ceased after that, with chants of “We want Trump!”

    He concluded with a call to unity: “The case we have to make to the American people … is to commit to each of them that we will defend freedom and be faithful to the Constitution.”

    But Cruz left the stage having divided the party.

    Update: A Cruz supporter told Breitbart News: “I think it was entirely selfish. I think he’s ruined his future. Everybody was right about him. It’s a character thing.

    Reactions were even harsher behind the scenes. Dana Bash of CNN reports that Cruz entered a donor suite at the arena after the speech, and was told, to his face, that he was a “disgrace.” One man was so angry at Cruz that he had to be “physically restrained,” and Heidi Cruz had to be escorted from the convention floor because of heckling by Trump delegates.

    Best convention ever. Cruz managed to unite the party in hatred of Lyin’ Ted Cruz.

  27. Even many Ted Cruz supporters are seeing him for the reptile he is tonight. Ted Cruz might have united the GOP more with his nasty speech than even with an endorsement. An endorsement might have been an OK thing to do but most people would know it was not sincere and just politically expedient (like Marco Rubio). But the snake move, the disgusting reptilian speech by Lyin’ Ted has revealed to many of his supporter that Trump was right. Trump called him “lyin’ Ted” for a reason. Ted Cruz is a liar.

  28. Update:Even many Ted Cruz supporters are seeing him for the reptile he is tonight.

    Ted Cruz might have united the GOP more with his nasty speech than even with an endorsement.

    An endorsement might have been an OK thing to do but most people would know it was not sincere and just politically expedient (like Marco Rubio). But the snake move, the disgusting reptilian speech by Lyin’ Ted has revealed to many of his supporter that Trump was right. Trump called him “lyin’ Ted” for a reason. Ted Cruz is a liar.”

    There is now a visceral loathing of Lyin’ Ted Cruz. Trump tried to unite the party and therefore invited Lyin’ Ted Cruz to speak to the RNC. Then Ted Cruz proved he is a reptile, a snake, scumbag. The Art of the Deal. Trump gave Lyin’ Ted enough rope. Lyin’ Ted Cruz used that rope to hang himself.


  29. My, my such hostility toward Cruz and anyone else who is not in the tank for Trump or anyone who supports or even still sorta likes Hillary. What’s going on here? No need to attack me because I will not be reading here much and am off to other sites. I’m sad that this site has taken on the rhetoric and behavior of Mr. Trump.

  30. I love the way hillary supporters use the ajective “attack”…they think if they use it first it makes them so superior.

    Always a drive bye…

    Oh so superior…

  31. From the lunatic Red State in March:


    Todd: “You’ve said some tough things on Trump. Why are you comfortable supporting him as the nominee if he ends up the nominee.”

    Cruz: “Well, listen, I pledged at the outset I will support the Republican nominee, whoever it is … when I give my word for something, I follow through and do what I said.

    That’s why he’s forever known as Lyin’ Ted Cruz.

  32. 1:32 Admin…one would be insane to trust Lyin’ Cruz…
    But my, my, such hostility…

    None so blind that they refuse to see…

  33. Gonz, I noticed GE Smith was playing with the house band. He is a great guitarist who played with Hall in Oats, SNL, and many others…

  34. http://ijr.com/2016/07/655387-ted-cruz-denied-entry-into-sheldon-adelsons-suite-following-rnc-speech/

    Ted Cruz Denied Entry Into Sheldon Adelson’s Suite Following RNC Speech

    CLEVELAND — Texas Senator Ted Cruz was denied entry into billionaire GOP donor Sheldon Adleson’s suite following his speech at the Republican National Convention Wednesday night, Independent Journal Review has confirmed.

    A former U.S. Senator inside the Adelson’s luxury box at the Quicken Loans arena told Independent Journal Review that Cruz approached the suite after he finished his speech that fell short of endorsing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

    Cruz was not welcome in the suite “because he’s a piece of sh*t,” the Senator said.

    Cruz was stopped at the door because several attendees inside the suite were furious with his decision to not endorse Trump. An aide to Adelson then confirmed that Cruz was turned away.

    A spokesperson for Cruz was not immediately available for comment.

    Multiple other news outlets reported the incident. BuzzFeed and CNN reported that Cruz was denied entry, which coincided with an outburst by Washington State Republican Party chairman Susan Hutchison, who had to be physically restrained.

    A vote of conscience.

  35. Southern Born, Ted Cruz attacked Donald Trump because according to Cruz, Trump is not sufficiently “Christian” nor sufficiently “conservative”. Then “Christian conservative” Ted Cruz does not honor a pledge he repeatedly made to the American public. To compound matters Ted Cruz is angry that Trump called him “Lyin’ Ted Cruz”. The proof is in the pudding.

    As to hostility towards Hillary, an Obama Third Term is not anything any Hillary supporter from 2008 should feel comfortable about. The defense we regularly hear is that “Hillary is lying” and only running as the Obama Third Term in order to get elected. That’s not much of a defense.

    As to taking on the “rhetoric and behavior of Mr. Trump” this website has always been as it is. If anything it is Mr. Trump that echoes our demeanor. We like fighters. We don’t like liars.

  36. Susan Hutchison was just trying to crush a cockroach…

    A real problem in the South, the resemblance is uncanny. lol

  37. Deep in the heart of Texas… what Cruz delegates thought:


    What 11 Texas Delegates Thought of Ted Cruz’s RNC Speech

    Sen. Ted Cruz was met with a standing ovation when he walked onto the stage at the Republican National Convention Wednesday in Cleveland, but left to boos after he failed to endorse Donald Trump and told the audience to “vote your conscience.”

    Independent Journal Review spoke to Texas delegates about what they thought of their senator’s speech. Here is what 11 of them said:

    Janis Holt from Silsbee, Texas:

    “When he ended it the way he ended it, I sat down, I had tears in my eyes. It’s a sad day for Texas and it’s a sad day for America. I feel like the damage he has done to this convention is enormous.”

    Anna Maria Farias from San Antonio, Texas:

    “If Hillary wins, he’s going to be partly responsible for it. … Sen. Cruz is a brilliant man, but he behaved like a spoiled brat. He came here and he’s upset he didn’t win.”

    A North Texas delegate who asked to be unnamed:

    “I felt like Sen. Cruz went as far as he could go in good conscience. I suspect that he wanted to send a message that we can unite in principle.”

    Sherry Hurt from West, Texas:

    “I have no respect for him. … He had a pity party on the stage.”

    Ken Cope from Midlothian, Texas:

    “I’m not happy with the fact he didn’t endorse. … It was not Reaganesque. He missed an opportunity.”

    Will Robbins from Beamont, Texas:

    “I think it’s a poor reflection on Texas and Texas Republicans.”

    Dianne Caron from Tyler, Texas:

    “Two words come to mind: lost opportunity. I think Mike Huckabee made a good point before the convention: no endorsement, no mic.”

    Reginald Grant from Huffman, Texas:

    “Ted Cruz is Ted. Don’t sit at home, go out and vote. He never said don’t vote for Donald Trump.”

    Ryan Richards from Seminole, Texas:

    “I thought the principles he spoke on were great … but I expected an endorsement and so did much of the delegation here. We were not pleased, most of us, because this is the time to come together.”

    Carl Tepper from Lubbock, Texas:

    “It looks like he went off script and if you’re going to speak at a nomination convention then endorse the nominee.”

    Bonnie Lugo from Houston, Texas:

    “I found it really disappointing … self serving.”

  38. My friend was a university professor who taught speech for five years. She has watched Pence in his role as governor of Indiana. She was shocked to see the major improvement in his public speaking skill which was manifest in his speech tonight. She gave it an A. That fat fuck Luntz and his eminently fallible focus group described it as vanilla, but it was far more than that.

  39. Before the disaster speech by Lyin’ Ted Cruz:


    Conservatives to Cruz: Time to back Trump

    CLEVELAND — They volunteered for Ted Cruz, gave him campaign money and still adore the Texas senator.

    But now it’s time, say even some of his longtime loyalists, for Cruz to finally endorse Donald Trump. [snip]

    From his Iowa chairman to members of his home state delegation, some of Cruz’s top supporters are now on board with Trump. And many hope Cruz hurries up and gets there, too — for the sake of the party, and, some suggest, for that of his own political future.

    “I think it’d be better if he did, I really do,” said Sue Cleveland of the Texas delegation, who said she volunteered for Cruz and donated to his campaign. “I think Cruz will really ensure his bright future if he does come together and say, ‘This is for our party.’ We need to unify and get behind the candidate, Donald Trump.” [snip]

    “I do see he has difficulties because there were harsh words uttered about Cruz and his family,” said Kathy Rogers, a Texas delegate and Cruz backer in the primary. “But I do believe he has the good of the party in mind, and I hope he would support the nominee and support the country by getting rid of Hillary.”

    Jeneria Lewis, a third member of the Texas delegation who supported Cruz in the primary, added that if Trump “is what the country wants, then we do need to unite.”

    And “in the name of tradition, in the name of unity, sure,” Cruz should endorse, she continued.

    At the roll call vote here in Cleveland on Tuesday night, it was clear that while Cruz still has plenty of fans among the conservative grass roots, many of them have moved on.

    Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick described Cruz as “our dear friend, a great conservative, our favorite son, who we love.”

    But Trump is “our new friend,” Patrick said, an “adopted favorite son.”

    The Iowa roll call — from the first state Cruz won — was read off by his Iowa campaign chairman, Matt Schultz.

    “Pursuant to the rules, the state of Iowa proudly casts its 30 votes for the next president of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump!” Schultz exclaimed at Quicken Loans Arena.

    In a follow-up interview, Schultz declined to say what Cruz should do. But “this party’s moving forward,” Schultz said. “We’re going to defeat Hillary Clinton. And I’m sure Ted will talk about that in his speech.”

    Saul Anuzis, who worked on Cruz’s campaign and was helping Cruz plot a path to contesting a convention against Trump during the primary, said he expected that the Texas senator would eventually embrace the nominee.

    “I think it’s time for the party to rally and come together; it’s traditionally what we do at conventions,” Anuzis said. “I think eventually [Cruz] will. I’m not sure when.”

    Even Ken Cuccinelli, another top Cruz ally who has been at war with the Republican National Committee and the Trump campaign over party rules, made clear he isn’t opposed to a Cruz endorsement of Trump. In fact, Cuccinelli said, he is personally voting for Trump.

    “Hey, this is Donald versus Hillary, and I’m Never Hillary,” Cuccinelli said.

    He suggested that the responsibility for improving the relationship between the two men falls on Trump.

    “I think you earn support, you don’t demand it, just like you achieve unity, you don’t announce it,” he said. “We’ve got some steps we need to take to move in that direction. It’s up to Trump to invite people like John Kasich and Ted Cruz more overtly on his team. Then it puts the onus on them.”

    Trump invited Cruz to speak. The serpent did what a serpent does. Lyin’ Ted.

  40. Ted and Heidi are globalists first, second and last. True believers or paid shills it doesn’t really matter. Heidi has been on this track as a world citizen longer than Ted but Ted also has the rootless, move around a lot parents looking for a fast buck so he was open to it. When they started out twenty something years ago this was the “thing”. Global, borderless, world citizenship, elite, money, money, money! They are in the middle of it with older globalists and younger ones. The older globalists have made their money (not as much as they want but enough) and the young ones can switch to something else if they want to (not that they do but will have to do so). The Cruz’s are stuck. Too old to start over but not old enough to be really rich.

    Completely convince of their own brilliance they got played last night. Given a carte blanche by Trump they didn’t know what to do. You see they are used to taking orders. Both of them. They work out the details after being told what the ends should be. This is how and why they came up with their religion and “constitutionalist” shtick. It is an act and they both have great difficulty staying in “character” because it is a lie.

    I will ignore their glaring personality disorders. So Trump gives Cruz an opportunity to shoot himself in the foot right before poor old good guy Mike Pense speechifies. Well Ted shot himself in the head. Then he runs off to the billionaires room for some approval and maybe some cash. You know like a good flunky does after the deed is done. Instead of being hailed as a brave genius he is cussed and has the door shut in his face and his wife has to be “saved” by a capo named Cuccinelli (you can’t make this stuff up) because she is being booed (Goldman Sachs does not allow their regional VP’s to be hissed at in house anyway). At least Cuccinelli didn’t elbow her in the head.

    There are several theories on why Ted would do such a “little shit” thing. He wants to run again in 2020 (because he really didn’t loose his ass in 2016), he wanted to go out in a blaze of glory for the honor of globalists everywhere (they have no honor and don’t care) or he is another Harvard idiot. I vote idiot. He is one of the most tone deaf human beings I have ever seen. So is his wife. Globalism is going out and both of them are too blind to see it. Lucky Trump.

  41. This is going to be a long one, so I apologize in advance. I left what started out to be a short comment somewhere, and it turned into this:

    So it turns out that Trump saw Cruz’s speech 2 hours before, and let him speak anyway. Dumb like a fox. Aside from the appropriately earned and unified disgust generated by his lack of principles, Cruz also highlighted one of Donald Trump’s virtues: the ability to take a pile of shit (like Cruz’s selfishness and his diehard supporters’ stupidity) and turn it into mountain of gold.

    What happened at the convention last night reminds me of something I learned in a culinary class I took years ago. Part of our final exam challenge was to take a few ingredients selected by the instructor that were totally incompatible and then use our technical skill and palate knowledge to season and prepare discordant ingredients into a dish that was a total winner; not simply ‘edible’.

    Trump did that last night with the flaming shit sandwich that Cruz attempted to leave on the stage behind him when he exited. This morning, Trump has emerged by even his harshest critics as a sympathetic character (except for Mika Brzezinski, who is still harping on Melania’s speech). Trump did not respond by predictably attacking Cruz for his repulsive antics. Instead, he said “I saw his speech two hours early but let him speak anyway. No big deal!”.

    Do I for one minute think Donald Trump is so magnanimous as to turn the other cheek? Absolutely NOT. Instead, he took what could have been an enormous deficit to his campaign (like our $20T debt) and immediately transform it into a valuable asset. Hopefully, he will also be able to do that with our economy, foreign policy, national and homeland security, and everything else that has become a dangerous deficit in the past 8 years. Most importantly, he allowed Ted Cruz to spare us from what looked like his inevitable appointment to SCOTUS, not to mention enduring his lunacy in the political arena. Ever again.

    What I took away is that sometimes, instead of remaining rigid when your plans don’t work out exactly as you had hoped, it is necessary to be nimble enough to look at the revolting ingredients you have to work with, no matter how repulsive they may be, and then rely on your instincts and confidence in your abilities to transform them into something that is palatable, profitable and easy to digest. Not to mention tens of millions of dollars worth of positive (and free) media exposure.

    Dumb like a fox. I’d like him to tackle our national debt the same way.

  42. Cruz on TV this morning saying he won’t support those that attack he wife and father. Better get out of politics Ted.

  43. Outris 9:31 am: “Cruz on TV this morning saying he won’t support those that attack his wife and father”

    Did he forget that he started that whole debacle by purchasing a file photo of one of Melania Trump’s GQ covers, showing her in a provocative pose and asking “Is this what you want your First Lady to look like?”

    My tweet regarding that slimy move:


  44. Anthony
    July 21, 2016 at 9:05 am

    This is going to be a long one, so I apologize in advance. I left what started out to be a short comment somewhere, and it turned into this:

    So it turns out that Trump saw Cruz’s speech 2 hours before, and let him speak anyway. Dumb like a fox.
    Applause!! Applause!!

  45. Interesting. I have always liked Susan Hutchison. She was a talking head at one of the news stations, was involved in litigation with that station which was represented by Perkins Coie which is Obama’s firm here, a friend of mine was the arbitrator, the case settled before the hearing, and that firm sent two of their lawyers to intimidate the arbitrator into turning over to them the discovery materials. He got up and walked out on them. One of my neighbors as a kid founded that firm, so I know something about their history. Susan ran for King County Executive but lost to a little swish named Dow Constantine. But that is the way it is here.


  46. I was raised to believe that honesty, was next to Godlessness.
    And ones word was something,you could take to the bank.
    Course that was a long time ago. 😀

  47. “A former U.S. Senator inside the Adelson’s luxury box at the Quicken Loans arena told Independent Journal Review that Cruz approached the suite after he finished his speech that fell short of endorsing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

    Cruz was not welcome in the suite “because he’s a piece of sh*t,” the Senator said.

    Cruz was stopped at the door because several attendees inside the suite were furious with his decision to not endorse Trump. An aide to Adelson then confirmed that Cruz was turned away.

    A spokesperson for Cruz was not immediately available for comment.”

    An appearance by Cruz this morning, in damage control, on national media was a lame bungled attempt to explain himself for his embarrassing display of ‘principled’ self servitude to billionaire supporters like Mr Adelson, WHY,he refused to endorse Trump. When wrapping himself in his Constitutional principles flat-lined, he took refuge in an old campaign strategy defending his wife. Repeating a slur used by Trump insulting his globalist wife, Heidi.

    Cruz, apparently, has never heard the phrase:

    “All’s Fair in Love and War!”

  48. G E Smith – yes i recognized the guitarist…the band is really good…they are doing a lot of rock, but every now and then they drift into jazz and they sound so smooth…


    Admin, I had never heard of Race Bannon until you mentioned him

    I just looked him up…and sure enough…there he is a “special agent”

    seriously, Mike Pence is right out of central casting…


    imho…last night, Laura Ingrahm did a great job…funny how people you once opposed suddenly make so much common sense…

    I also thought Phil Ruffin did a good job of painting a ‘reality’ picture of Donald, the fearless businessman

    the Hispanic doctor, Ralph Alvarado also did a good job…and Darrell Scott fired up the crowd…

    I think Pence’s delivery and humour surprised many and worked…

    …and Eric’s makeover was needed and succeeded

  49. http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/07/20/exclusive-sarah-palin-ted-cruz-delete-career/

    Sarah Palin to Ted Cruz: Delete Your Career

    Palin, whose endorsement of Cruz’s long-shot Senate bid in 2012 was credited by Cruz himself as the reason why he won the race that launched his national political career, gave the following statement to Breitbart after delegates booed Cruz off the stage at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night: [snip]

    Cruz’s broken pledge to support the will of the people tonight was one of those career-ending “read my lips” moments. I guarantee American voters took notice and felt more unsettling confirmation as to why we don’t much like typical politicians because they campaign one way, but act out another way. That kind of political status quo has got to go because it got us into the mess we’re in with America’s bankrupt budgets and ramped up security threats.

    It’s commonplace for politicians to disbelieve their word is their bond, as evidenced by Cruz breaking his promise to endorse his party’s nominee, evidently thinking whilst on the convention stage, “At this point, what difference does it make?” We’ve been burned so horribly by that attitude that voters won’t reward politicians pulling that “what difference does it make” stunt again. Politicians will see — it makes all the difference in the world to us.

  50. Someone on Fox was saying the big vote in PA is the suburbs, which have large black populations, and women, and right now Trump is polling zero, zero, there



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