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April 20th, 2016

Kamikaze Cruz: Suicide Bomber And GOP Establishment Tool Fails To Stop @RealDonaldTrump

It’s official. Ted Cruz is now a suicide bomber working for the GOP establishment Mullahs. The aim of murder/suicide Kamikaze Cruz is to Stop Trump at the behest of his masters in the GOP establishment.

We’ve written about this before when JebBush was the establishment fix. But now it is officially official and can no longer be denied by Kamikaze Cruz. Every news outlet calls out Kamikazi Cruz:

AP: Ted Cruz now mathematically eliminated from clinching GOP nomination before convention

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump is now the only Republican candidate with any chance of clinching the nomination before the convention.

Ted Cruz was mathematically eliminated Tuesday after Trump’s big win in the New York primary.

Trump won at least 89 of the 95 delegates at stake. John Kasich won at least three and Cruz was in danger of being shut out.

There aren’t enough delegates left in future contests for either Cruz or Kasich to reach the 1,237 delegates needed to win the GOP nomination. Their only hope is to block Trump and force a contested convention.

Kamikaze Cruz pretends to be against the GOP establishment. But Kamikaze Cruz is a tool used by the GOP establishment to Stop Trump. Once Trump is stopped the GOP establishment will dump Kamikaze Cruz in the same manner Cruz dumped the “lollypop” whore. Kamikaze Cruz can no longer pretend he is anything but a paid for whore on a Kamikaze murder/suicide mission:

There are only 674 delegates still up for grabs in contests between now and the last day of elections on June 7, and Trump needs to win 391 of them – or about 58 percent – to secure the nomination before the convention.

That’s tough but doable.

The map is lining up nicely for Trump with contests in the northeast next Tuesday, where 118 bound delegates will be awarded in five states across the Northeast.

Trump will be the heavy favorite in most of those states, with polls showing the GOP front-runner holding double-digit leads in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

Meanwhile, it was a devastating night for the anti-Trump movement.

It appears that Ted Cruz, with his distant third place finish, will be shut out of delegates in New York.

The dismal night effectively eliminates any possibility he can reach 1,237 before the convention, a fact that Trump gleefully sought to highlight in his victory speech on Tuesday.

Cruz is stuck at 559 delegates, and needs 678 to hit the threshold of 1,237.

There are only 674 delegates still up for grabs. The only reason that Cruz has not officially been eliminated is because he likely has support form several dozen unpledged delegates, including state party leaders, former Marco Rubio supporters and yet-to-be-allocated delegates in states that held conventions.

Still, Cruz essentially needs to run the table on the remaining contests, which is nearly impossible.

Instead, Cruz will move forward in an attempt to block Trump from hitting that threshold in hopes he can emerge as the nominee at a contested convention.

Like a ten cent whore that believes the client is in love, Ted Cruz is either Lyin’ to himself or delusional. If the Trump nomination is ever taken away by the establishment, Kamikaze Cruz will not be named as the beneficiary. The current bet is that Paul Ryan is the Mullah behind the attack:

Big donors order Paul Ryan to meet them in NYC
The owners of the Republican Party ordered Speaker of the House Paul Ryan to report to them in Manhattan. Pronto.

From the Observer:

The Observer can now report that Todd Ricketts, the co-owner of the Chicago Cubs who is also the son of the founder of Ameritrade, is arranging a meeting of some of the GOP’s top financial bundlers, to be attended by Mr. Ryan. The meeting is to take place next week at the Mandarin Hotel and will be comprised of a discussion with “twenty or so” Republican donors, including Mr. Ricketts and several people he has raised money with before, such as Randy Kendrick, the wife of Arizona Diamondbacks owner Ken Kendrick.

The Ricketts Family and Ms. Kendrick have collaborated on political efforts already this campaign. He is the CEO of the Ending Spending Super PAC, which she has supported. She donated and raised money for the Our Principles super PAC, which was founded by Mr. Ricketts’ mother, Marlene Ricketts, who seeded the organization with $3 million. Our Principles was formed earlier this year as an eleventh hour effort to stop Donald Trump from winning the Republican nomination.

The planned meeting came to the attention of the Observer via one top Republican donor who was approached and described himself to the Observer as “disgusted that he [Ryan] is saying one thing publicly but secretly trying to garner support with all of these NeverTrump people talking about all their strategies to subvert the people who are voting for Trump and Cruz.” He declined to join the group and either did not know or would not reveal others who would be joining the secret meeting at the Mandarin.

Mr. Ryan now finds himself in the precarious position of the “late stage undeclared candidate.” The Speaker has high-profile party figures such as Utah Senator Orrin Hatch talking about drafting him to unite the party if no candidate emerges victorious via the traditional way – as in, you know, winning the most votes. On the other hand, the Republican base is in near revolt over the way their ballots are being ignored. The idea that someone who has not endured these endless debates or made the case directly to the people swooping in at the last moment after being anointed by 20 rich guys in a fancy Columbus Circle hotel is unlikely to play well among a Republican base that even the New York Times sees as “in conflict with democracy.”

Mullah of the House Paul Ryan has played this game before:

5 Times Paul Ryan Said He’s Not Running for Speaker of the House

As Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) grows more insistent that he will not be the GOP nominee, Politico’s Mike Allen points out that Ryan is “running the same playbook he did to become [House] speaker: saying he doesn’t want it, that it won’t happen.”

“In both cases, the maximum leverage is to not want it — and to be begged to do it,” Mike Allen explains. “Of course in this environment, saying you don’t want the job is the only way to get it.”

Indeed, in the weeks ahead of becoming House Speaker, Paul Ryan repeatedly said that he would not become Speaker of the House:

These childish plots and schemes won’t work. Trump, as we have so often written, will be the GOP nominee. Trump will win because everyone understands that unlike Hillary Clinton in 2008 when the nomination was stolen from her, Trump will fight and there is no endgame scenario with Trump as the happy victim who will endorse and support the thieves who stole the nomination.

Kamikaze Cruz can’t win. Cruz is an establishment dildo:

WASHINGTON Ted Cruz’s faint hopes for a first-ballot Republican convention victory are all but mathematically impossible, thanks to Donald Trump’s landslide New York win Tuesday.

The senator from Texas, reeling from a bruising third-place finish, now needs to win almost every delegate awarded in upcoming primaries to reach the 1,237 needed for nomination at the July convention. [snip]

“If Cruz even had a faint glimmer of hope of winning on a first ballot, the results in New York tonight will extinguish it,” said Mark Jones, professor of political science at Rice University.

Ted Cruz is a used whore with a strap on bomb. For a dime, Ted Cruz was bought, used, discarded:

Stupid, Ted Cruz supporters say they like Ted Cruz because he is anti-establishment but Ted Cruz is willingly engaged in bestial intercourse with GOP establishment animals. That’s the real Ted #CruzSexScandal!

Ted Cruz in service to his clients can strap on a dildo, a suicide vest, or fly a Kamikaze Cruz mission against Trump – but Ted Cruz cannot win.

EliminaTED.

Donald Trump won New York State with over 60% of the vote. Next Tuesday Trump will win again and again, and again. The GOP election battle was over by August of last year and the South Carolina vote confirmed that fact.

What was the New York State primary about? New York State blew up whatever pretense there was that Ted Cruz is anything but a Kamikaze suicide bomber. New York State also made it clear that Ted Cruz is a paid for ten cent whore of the GOP establishment. Somewhere, in some brothel, Eliot Spitzer must be laughing.

April 18th, 2016

@RealDonaldTrump Wins

It’s the beginning of the end game. Donald Trump announced his presidential campaign on June 16, 2015 and from that very first day we made the smart analysis about why Trump will triumph.

While others sneered that Trump had no chance, we predicted shortly after Trump’s announcement, the only way to Stop Trump was to keep him from appearance on the first GOP debate. That didn’t happen.

There was a second chance to Stop Trump if he could be blocked from the second GOP debate. That didn’t happen. Then when Donald J. Trump won South Carolina it was the final confirmation that Donald J. Trump is the GOP nominee in 2016.

* * * * * *

Donald J. Trump will win New York state decisively tomorrow. Then on April 26 Trump will continue his swift victorious march through the eastern states. Nothing the GOP establishment can do will Stop Trump from a nomination acceptance speech in Cleveland.

How did the GOP get here? This is what we wrote in the Summer of Trump July 2015:

Repeat: 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.

And it is imperative that Trump be destroyed well before August 6. Once Trump gets on a debate stage with governors and senators he will halve his biggest problem and be on the way to the scenario we’ve outlined above. What is Donald Trump’s biggest problem? Trump’s biggest problem is that many Americans do not believe he is really running for president, that this is all a big publicity stunt for something and therefore these Americans do not even consider voting for Trump. But once Trump is seen as a real candidate for president that vast ocean of “he’s not really running” skeptics will be a new target of opportunity for The Donald and Trump’s poll numbers will rise ever higher.

That’s why it is so important to destroy Trump now. Some argue that there is no need to “destroy” Trump because Trump will fade away and the “better” candidate will then rise. This is sheer foolishness.

The GOP establishment failed to keep Trump off the first debate stage. The GOP establishment failed the last ditch attempt to Stop Trump at the second GOP debate. At that point, as we wrote then, failure to keep Trump off the debate stage meant Trump had the nomination:

If the GOP establishment does not blow up Donald J. Trump before the Second GOP debate on September 16, it might well be over and Mr. Donald J. Trump will be the Republican nominee for president in 2016. The hostile takeover will be complete. [snip]

As we approach the second GOP debate on September 16 it is an imperative for the establishment that Donald J. Trump be stopped and prevented from appearing on the debate stage. To fail means millions more viewers will fall under the Trump trance.

Trump trance achieved.

The final desperate deadline to Stop Trump was in South Carolina. But in South Carolina Donald J. Trump burned the last few firewalls down. By the time South Carolina voted Donald Trump had eliminated low energy Jeb Bush as well as Scott Walker. It was South Carolina that Ted Cruz called his “firewall” and the entry port to the other southern states. It was South Carolina that Liddle Marco Rubio hoped would prove true his 3-2-1 strategy of third in Iowa, second in New Hampshire, and first in South Carolina. Instead Donald J. Trump won South Carolina and the Southern states Cruz thought to be his for the taking.

As we wrote, South Carolina burned down the biggest firewall of all:

The biggest firewall to burn tonight is the GOP establishment firewall. If Trump wins South Carolina Trump will likely win the nomination and control of the Republican Party. The GOP establishment is burning, set ablaze by the voters, mostly the white working class, tired of the lies and corruption of the entire national political establishment

On Tuesday, Donald J. Trump’s home state of New York votes. The polls that just came out point to a Trump victory upstate, downstate, and every which way. All the polls point to a big Trump win. Men, women, rich, poor, moderates, conservatives, all education levels, for Trump. In big New York State with lots of delegates, Ted Cruz does not even break the 20% threshold to get any delegates.

After New York State, the news for Donald J. Trump is good. The latest polls have Trump ahead just about everywhere by a great deal. In Pennsylvania which votes on April 26, Trump is at 46% with Cruz and Kasich trailing at 26% and 23% respectively. In California Trump is near a majority with 49% to Cruz with 31% and Kasich with 16% and these numbers are likely to move towards Trump as it becomes clear that Trump will be the nominee after New York State votes.

It’s over for Trump, with victory in sight.

April 14th, 2016

April In New York: #BrooklynDebate, #CNNDebate, NY GOP Grand Central, @RealDonaldTrump, #Hillary2016

For some April in Paris is grand. This April, the fun is all in New York, until the parade moves on.

The parade will soon move on. But for now the noise of the parade is in New York, New York:

NEW YORK (AP) — As Democrats readied for their first debate-stage clash in a month, Florida officials declared Thursday they would not prosecute Donald Trump’s campaign manager for misdemeanor battery, the latest extraordinary development in a turbulent presidential primary season now focused on New York.

Trump joined other presidential contenders from both parties who hustled into New York City ahead of the state’s Tuesday presidential primaries, a critical test as both parties’ front-runners fight to beat back surging challengers. New conflicts flared between Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders hours before the evening debate in Brooklyn as protesters clogged the Manhattan sidewalk outside a state GOP dinner where all three Republican White House hopefuls were scheduled to appear. [snip]

The Democratic race has become increasingly heated in New York — including Sanders first questioning Clinton’s qualifications to be president and then reversing himself — and the tensions were likely to spill onto the debate stage.

Early Thursday, Sanders distanced himself from comments made by a surrogate the day before that voters shouldn’t “continue to elect corporate Democratic whores.” Sanders said on Twitter that the comment “was inappropriate and insensitive.” ”There’s no room for language like that in our political discourse,” he wrote. [snip]

Sanders broadened his attack on his party’s front-runner in a new ad unveiled Thursday.

Nothing will change until we elect candidates who reject Wall Street money,” the narrator says.

Trump, meanwhile, hopes New York marks an end to the worst period of his candidacy, a stretch that raised new questions about his policy abilities and revealed his campaign’s lack of preparedness for a delegate fight if the GOP race heads to a contested convention. A big victory in New York could increase his chances of clinching the nomination before the convention.

He dispatched aides to Capitol Hill Thursday in the first of what the campaign says will be a series of regular gatherings with lawmakers.

Trump adviser Ed Brookover said after the meeting that the billionaire businessman was on a “glide path” to reaching the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination.

That’s a long winded way to write that “nothing has changed”. Trump will be the GOP nominee. Sanders will not be the nominee unless Mars invades and installs a Kook Kingdom here on planet Earth. Hillary? She won’t be the nominee either.

Like New York City, there is a lot of noise, some buildings going up, some going down, people moving to and fro, but not much happening.



April 6th, 2016

Why @RealDonaldTrump Wins War After @TedCruz Won #WisconsinPrimary Battle

It was the cheese! Ted Cruz, with his cheese grater serpentine teeth, was a natural fit for the cheeseheads in Wisconsin. That should have been a clue to all, that with the GOP establishment using Cruz like a ten cent whore, and the affinity of the Wisconsin cheeseheads to vote for anything related to cheese, it would be a tough slog for The Donald. It was a tough battle exacerbated by the failure of the Trump campaign to organize and to take advantage of issues such as the Teddy Bears, TPP, and the Ford fiasco.

But it was the cheese! The wonderful voters of the wonderful state of Wisconsin could not overcome their cheesy love! Cheese! The voters of Wisconsin voted for the rat who shares their love of cheese.



Rat Ted Cruz with his cheese grater teeth, ready to make Parmesan powder out of a whole wheel of cheese, was a natural fit for the GOP establishment in Wisconsin. But now that the whoremonger GOP establishment has used Cruz, like a Kleenex, for their pleasures, they came and went. Cruz is still in bed hugging the dime he got for letting his orifices be used by the GOP establishment. On the bed side table stands a radio playing “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?”



The answer is “no”. If the National Enquirer is correct and Ted Cruz himself has employed the “lollypop” whore, then Ted Cruz should know that after the money is paid, the whore is left hugging the dime and not much else. Ted Cruz is the cheese grating whore with the dime left alone on the wet sheets after the men of power have left the room, satiated. For Ted Cruz all that is left is the dime and the mocking sounds of a one night exchange of fluids and a short diseased future:

Cruz Still Faces Daunting Delegate Math After Win in Wisconsin

The Texas senator sounded confident in his victory speech Tuesday night, but he needs about four-fifths of remaining delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination.

It was a very good night for Ted Cruz. [snip]

But Cruz wakes up to a discomfiting reality Wednesday: he needs about four-fifths of remaining delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination. Even cutting into Trump’s still-large lead in the primary is a stretch as surveys show him ahead in the three most delegate-rich states yet to vote: New York, Pennsylvania, and California. [snip]

However, “Trump is likely to erase whatever poor performance he has in [Wisconsin with] a big win in New York on April 19—he could win almost all 95 delegates there,” Wasserman added.

Donald J. Trump woke up with his honor intact, having done what he could in the face of the united GOP establishment, millions of dollars in attack ads, and a talk radio/conservative power broker all out war against him. Donald Trump also woke up to good news from New York:

Donald Trump has 52% support in N.Y. Republican primary, John Kasich at 25% and Ted Cruz at 17%, in Monmouth University poll.

“If this result holds in every single congressional district, Trump will walk away with nearly all of New York State’s delegates,” says Patrick Murray, director of Monmouth University Polling Institute

Trump has more than half the vote in NYC, Long Island and Upstate New York: Monmouth

NOTE: N.Y. primary is April 19; state’s 95 delegates the 2nd-largest prize remaining on primary calendar

Not only is Trump likely to break out with over a 50% winner take all threshold, Ted Cruz at the moment does not even qualify for any delegate distribution because New York has a 20% threshold to win delegates.

Ted Cruz is about to learn the lesson that all whores, sex workers, prostitutes, hookers, eventually have to learn: the client is not in love with you.

Ted Cruz is about to learn the lesson that all rats in the city learn: that cheese is in a trap.

Some estimates are that a loss of as little as 32 delegates in the upcoming contests mean the mathematical end for Cruz. That end is, um, coming. The GOP establishment having come and gone will not rescue Ted Cruz in New York. John Kasich will be the whore of the hour now.

The GOP establishment will pay any whore to get their pleasure. The GOP establishment pleasure is to block the voters, disenfranchise the franchise, and stop Donald J. Trump.

April 5th, 2016

@Ford To USA: Drop Dead — Plus — Wisconsin Votes For @RealDonaldTrump, @BernieSanders, Or #Hillary2016, @TedCruz

On this election day in Wisconsin the Ford Motor Company made an announcement that amounts to an endorsement for Donald J. Trump. The Ford announcement? “Drop Dead American Workers”:

Ford Motor Co. on Tuesday confirmed that it would build a new assembly plant in the Mexico state of San Luis Potosi to improve the profitability of its small cars in a low-cost country.

The Dearborn automaker said it will invest $1.6 billion for the new plant, and will begin construction this summer and start producing vehicles in 2018. Ford said the new plant will create 2,800 direct jobs by 2020.

As of 12:30 p.m. ET Donald J. Trump has not commented on this dire news for America and American workers. In a way Pat Buchanan introduced a good way to view this news as backlit by the Wisconsin elections when Buchanan wrote yesterday about Trump:

As Wisconsinites head for the polls, our Beltway elites are almost giddy. For they foresee a Badger State bashing for Donald Trump, breaking his momentum toward the Republican nomination.

Should The Donald fall short of the delegates needed to win on the first ballot, 1,237, there is growing certitude that he will be stopped. First by Ted Cruz; then, perhaps, by someone acceptable to the establishment, which always likes to have two of its own in the race.

But this city of self-delusion should realize there is no going back for America. For, whatever his stumbles of the last two weeks, Trump has helped to unleash the mightiest force of the 21st century: nationalism. [snip]

First among the issues on which Trump has triumphed – “We will build the wall – and Mexico will pay for it!” – is border security.

Republican candidates who failed to parrot Trump on illegal immigration were among the first casualties.

For that is where America is, and that is where the West is.

Consider Europe. Four months ago, Angela Merkel was Time’s Person of the Year for throwing open the gates to the “huddled masses” of the Middle and Near East.

Merkel’s Germany is now leading the EU in amassing a huge bribe to the Turks to please take them back, and keep them away from the Greek islands that are now Islam’s Ellis Island into Europe. [snip]

If immigration is the first issue where Trump connected with the people, the second is trade.

Republicans are at last learning that trade deficits do matter, that free trade is not free. The cost comes in dead factories, lost jobs, dying towns and the rising rage of an abandoned Middle America whose country this is and whose wages have stagnated for decades.

Economists who swoon over figures on consumption forget what America’s 19th-century meteoric rise to self-sufficiency teaches, and what all four presidents on Mount Rushmore understood.

Production comes before consumption. Who owns the orchard is more essential than who eats the apples. We have exported the economic independence Hamilton taught was indispensable to our political independence. We have forgotten what made us great.

Make America Great Again starts with jobs. As the voters head to the ballot box in Wisconsin, the political elites, the GOP establishment, talk radio, elected officials in the state, all the forces aligned to deny the electorate their voice in the nomination of Donald J. Trump, will try to keep the news from Ford Motor Company as quiet as a Ford factory in the U.S. Perhaps though, the news will still rise and propel Trump to victory today.

Here is some more from Buchanan on Trump:

Patriotism, preserving and protecting the unique character of our nation and people, economic nationalism, America First, staying out of other nation’s wars – these are as much the propellants of Trumpism as is the decline of the American working and middle class. [snip]

If, through rules changes, subterfuge and faithless delegates, party elites swindle him out of the nomination, do they think that the millions who came out to vote for Trump will go home and say: We lost it fair and square?

Do they think they can then go back to open borders, amnesty, a path to citizenship, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and nation building?

Whatever happens to Trump, the country has spoken. And if the establishment refuses to heed its voice, and returns to the policies the people have repudiated, it should take heed of John F. Kennedy’s warning:

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.

A victory for Donald J. Trump in Wisconsin today means that GOP establishment tool Ted Cruz will, along with John Kasich, be thrown out like last week’s uneaten table scrap leftovers. The GOP establishment will be beaten in a state where everything that can be thrown has been thrown at Trump. If the GOP establishment and their tool Ted Cruz cannot stop Trump today, their arsenal of anti-Trump artillery will be depleted and their haunts of power will resemble an abandoned Ford factory in Detroit.

What will happen today in Wisconsin? We know John Kasich will lose. We know Hillary Clinton has abandoned the state – although this does not necessarily mean she will lose again, but… yeah, Hillary will likely lose yet another state. Ted Cruz we know must must must win. Donald J. Trump would just like to win and effectively become the GOP nominee today.

For both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump whatever happens in Wisconsin is not as important as what will happen in New York on April 19. For Donald J. Trump the primaries after Wisconsin are in his strongholds. So Donald Trump is not worried about what happens in Wisconsin today. Contrarywise, Hillary2016 should be worried because if Hillary loses Wisconsin it might mean the tightening race in New York might tighten into a noose. Bernie Sanders needs a Wisconsin win less than Cruz does but more than Trump or Hillary do.

For Ted Cruz a victory in Wisconsin is a must. A Wisconsin win for Lyin’ Ted Cruz will only allow Lyin’ Ted Cruz to continue to pretend that Cruz is something other than a tool for the GOP establishment. The GOP establishment wants a brokered convention to circumvent the voters and Lyin’ Ted Cruz is the establishment tool to rob the voters of their right to determine the nominee. A Ted Cruz win in Wisconsin will allow Ted Cruz to continue to lie to the voters that he has a chance to win when all Cruz will have accomplished is the dirty job of the GOP establishment that wants to thwart the voters. Most of the polls show Cruz will win except for an unreliable ARG poll with Trump way ahead.

Still it is Wisconsin. Everything is stacked against Trump. But in the past few days Trump has campaigned heavily throughout the state. Today Ford Motor Company confirmed what Trump has been warning against. If the voters in Wisconsin listen to the news today, Trump will win.