While No One Was Looking – The RNC Changed the Rules : No Longer 8 States Required

 

Well it looks like the RNC is up to some dirty tricks.  Interesting that they have the power to make up & change the rules as they go.  Do they really answer to no one?  Is there no accountability?  I guess not.  They are seeking to do the same thing in 2016 to Donald Trump that they did to Ron Paul in 2012, unseat his delegates and rob him of an honest chance to win the nomination.

The Rule change that we are talking about is rule 40.  The RNC apparently likes to use Rule 40 to control the outcome of the nomination so that the outcome is according to their wishes, the wishes of the Establishment, and not the will of the American people.  I can assure you, Sirs, that the American people are fed up with the cheating that is being done to subvert the will of the American people. 

According to the Washington Examiner

The Republican Party does not require a presidential candidate to win eight states to qualify to be placed in nomination at its upcoming Cleveland convention, GOP officials say.

The Republican National Committee’s “Rule 40(b)” makes eligibility for the GOP nomination contingent upon winning a majority of the convention delegates in at least eight states or territories, an achievement generally accomplished by winning at least eight primary or caucus elections. However, Rule 40(b) only applied to the 2012 Republican convention in Tampa, Fla., that nominated former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

Are you hearing this folks?  That Rule 40 only applied to the 2012 convention when they needed it to unseat Ron Paul’s delegates.

Does this come as much of a surprise to us who actually watched the RNC change the rules to include Rule 40 to block Ron Paul?  Probably not.  That was one of the most underhanded and obviously subversive tactic.  Below is a video of exactly how the RNC played that out in 2012:

I am not sure exactly why any of us expected the RNC to follow the rules that they had created themselves and give Donald Trump ( but mostly the American people ) the opportunity to win a fair election.

Here is the ultimate reason that they changed Rule 40.  They knew that this rule that they created in 2012 to take out Ron Paul was actually going to help Donald Trump because he was the only candidate that the American people liked enough to allow him to win in more than 8 states.  This was common knowledge and even Rush Limbaugh commented on the irony of this situation.  Below is a video of Rush’s comments on the irony of Rule 40.

 

The Washington Examiner continues :

Party officials and knowledgeable sources have confirmed over the past few days that Rule 40(b) doesn’t exist for the purposes of the upcoming convention. That means at this point, the three candidates left in the race, front-runner Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, are all eligible for the nomination, as, possibly, are the Republican contenders who have since suspended their campaigns.

So in essence, what they have done here is make it possible for basically ANY Republican to become the nominee, even someone that has not been a part of the race up until this point.  Let me remind you that a Senior GOP Offical, Curly Haugland, came out a couple of weeks ago stated that it is the Republican Party itself that chooses the nominee (Video).  In the video (at the link embedded), the anchor asks Mr Haugland, “Then why do we even have the election”?  Mr. Haugland repled, “That is a very good question”.  Mr Haugland, I guarantee you that the American voters have a few questions for you too!

The Washington Examiner continues:

Ben Ginsberg, a Republican elections lawyer who was involved in rule-making process for the 2012 convention, said that Rule 40(b) isn’t transferrable to the 2016 convention. Ginsberg explained to theWashington Examiner that what was passed in 2012 applied only to 2012, and that the 2016 convention must pass its own rule determining nomination eligibilty.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus confirmed Ginsberg’s assessment on Sunday during a television interview. “There will always be a perception problem if people continue to miss — to not explain the process properly. So, the 2012 rules committee writes the rules for the 2012 convention. The 2016 rules committee writes the rules for the 2016 convention,” he told CNN.

The party’s nominee is never officially crowned until he receives the vote of at least 1,237 elected convention delegates. But the exercise has been a formality for so long, with conventions functioning as made-for-television pep rallies, the public has essentially assumed that the winner is determined by their votes in the primaries and caucuses held in most states and U.S. territories.

This year, the Republican Party could face a contested presidential nominating convention for the first time since 1976, as Trump, who leads in the hunt for delegates, could conclude the primary season short of 1,237. Trump’s delegate count stands at 678, followed by Cruz at 423 and Kasich at 143. That has attracted extra scrutiny to the rules governing the four-day convention, set to begin July 18. The process is shrouded in confusion.

Well, I have crunched a lot of numbers and as desperate as they are to have that brokered & contested convention, its really a long shot.  Donald Trump has done very well in spite of the reported fraud!  Donald Trump only needs 53% of the remaining delegates, as to where Mr Cruz needs 88% of the remaining delegates.  Mr Trump would likely only need to win approximately 7 of the remaining 17 states.  The odds are more in Donald Trump’s favor than they are of the corrupted and dishonest RNC!!

And the Washington Examiner continues: 

For instance, many political observers have long assumed that Rule 40(b), approved four years ago by the convention rules committee that met just prior to the convention, was a permanent fixture of the RNC rulebook. The regulation was pushed to block Ron Paul from having his name placed in nomination in Tampa. Paul was well short of delegates and would have lost. But Romney, the presumptive nominee, wanted to avoid the appearance of a divided party.

This has led to erroneous reporting that only Trump has satisfied requirements for having his name placed in nomination at Cleveland, while Cruz and Kasich still have not. The misunderstanding stems from perplexity about the rules process.

Every four years, a rules committee comprised of elected convention delegates (about two from each state and territory delegation) meets during the week just prior to the convention to determine the regulations that will govern the convention. Every convention rules committee approves a rules package that includes regulations that determine eligibility for candidates to have their names placed in nomination on the convention floor.

Those rules apply only to that particular quadrennial convention.

If the July convention in Cleveland is contested, most of the 2,472 elected delegates will be free to vote for whichever candidate they choose after the first ballot, if the winner of that tally fails to garner 1,237. Their choice of candidates could be limited in part by the rules of eligibility as written by the convention rules committee that will meet in Cleveland just prior to the convention itself.

Being that the delegate math is the way that I described it above, I have a very difficult time seeing Trump NOT reach the 1237 delegates.  All of the crap that they are pulling against him just shows their true colors and his too.  They slime and he shines!

 

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  • Dave

    If TRUMP is cheated i will stay home, or vote straight democratic, depending how pissed off i am.

    • Teresa Martin Johnson

      please don’t do that, please just do a write in for Trump

      • Matthew Wood

        That’s what I plan on doing. If they steal it from Trump, I will never vote Republican again.

        I held my nose and voted for McCain & Romney out of loyalty to the GOP and now these crybabies in the establishment are either going to try to steal the nomination from Trump or threatening to abandon the party if Trump is the nominee. I’m done with it all. I hate the Dems, but if the GOP treats it’s base this way, I don’t want anything to do with them either.

        • Maiingankwe

          I may be way off and completely wrong, and it is probably due to what they call the Stokholm Syndrome with being a conservative/independent for so long, but I cannot see the RNC pushing Trump out if he gets the 1,237 +1 votes in the end. I cannot see why they would alienate a great portion of their party members. If he gets the votes, it means the majority of the RNC wants him as the presidential nominee. And that should be the End of the story.

          Let’s say Trump received 1,238 delegates and he goes to the convention along with everybody else. Will Paul Ryan and Reince Preibus stand before all the delegates and claim they created new rules? Or would they just announce the new rules and put them up for a vote, and like the video above not have the Yays, and ignore it anyways? Are there security surrounding the stage because they will certainly need them. I’m sure if they were to do something as underhanded as that there will be yuge number of security. I guess that will be one of the tell tale signs for when the delegates get there.
          So I really do not think they will try to steal it if he gets the numbers needed. It will split the party permanently. Unless of course it is there plan anyways to always have a democrat in the wh. with them receiving big bucks for it. We all know it’s more of a uniparty now then ever. Maybe they are ready to show their true colors once and for all. If so, now would be the time. Wow, that would really cause civil unrest among a great number of all Americans on both sides of the aisle.
          I really never thought they would do something like I originally thought. Now that I had written it down I’m not to sure anymore. Now that’s scary. Rest assured I will be going back to independent after this vote.i will never be a republican ever again. I only changed so I could vote for Trump.

          Hope I didn’t waste anyone’s time while figuring out my thoughts while I typed them out. Be well and stay strong.

        • danno

          Mathew, define “steal it from Trump”. I copied and paste a previous response of mine.

          “He HAS TO HAVE 1237 votes on the first ballot. Not 1236, but 1237. If he
          does not, which there is a very real possibility of it will go to a
          second ballot, perhaps more. Then whoever can coalesce 1237 delegates
          and then receive a majority of the votes i.e. 1237 or more WILL BE the
          republican nominee. It may not be the donald even if he goes to the
          convention with more than the other two candidates still in the race.
          You trumpettes need to understand how the rules work and get over this
          idea that just because he has “more” then he “deserves” the nomination.
          The republican party including all the delegates at the convention will
          have to decide who the BEST candidate is to win against Hillary in the
          November election. At this point, just about every poll out there show
          the donald getting CRUSHED by Hillary. He has the highest negatives EVER
          recorded for a presidential candidate. Even worse than Hillary’s
          negatives. We don’t want to nominate a flawed candidate and lose not
          only the presidency but also the senate and possibly the house. Yes, I
          support Ted Cruz. He IS the candidate in just about every poll who beats
          Hillary. He has nowhere near the negatives of the donald. And I think
          this blowup from the donald regarding Ted and the National Enquirer
          story is going to hurt the donald badly in the near future. Think about
          all of that when you start demanding his nomination/coronation at the
          convention when he has less than the required 1237 votes”

          • MPAcosta

            I believe that they have done dirty politics with the votes Trump already received, Louisiana is one that he did not get all the delegates we voted for him…I am an Independent voter, and could not vote in this phony baloney Repub election, but I and millions of other Americans will vote for him, no matter where he runs.

    • Darrelln99

      register as Independent… which is now the largest group as people leave the Republican Party

      • ohthehugemanatee

        I HAVE been registered as an Independent, but I currently live in PA which is a closed primary state, so if you are not registered R or D you cannot vote in the primary.

    • meme35

      write in TRUMP

      • Dave

        Just Frustrated and Pissed, I really would never vote Demo, will write in TRUMP and see what happens

    • dan3333333333

      Depending on how pissed off you are you wont stay home you’ll get in your car and drive to freakin DC with your gun! Hello! And seriously, that’s where we’re at!

      • Dave

        Just Frustrated and pissed, i would never really vote demo, will write in TRUMP and see what happens.

      • Dave

        YES I KNOW.

    • Jo Sheehan

      Sorry you’re sounding like a liberal democrat …. I’ll just take my ball and go home.

      • Dave

        No JUST PISSED, BUT I AM TAKING MY BALL TO JANESVILLE WISCONSIN TUESDAY AND TRYING TO HELP SUPPORT MR TRUMP.

    • Jay Webb

      Just write in Trump, you can still let your vote count for who you want no matter what the powers that be try to do.

      • Marnee

        If all fails I plan on writing in DONALD TRUMP. WTG!!!!!!!!!

  • misspicky

    All of the above is most likely true. However, the RNC can change what and when they want relative to the convention,
    I would like to see the RNC address the primary situation in New York. We have all assumed that Trump will most likely take that “Democrat” state. That is why so many voters in NY have been changing their party affiliation from Democrat to Republican. Now, I understand, that will not matter. If I read the article correctly, the change from Democrat to Republican must have been made a minimum of 6 months before the primary. If any readers have knowledge of that situation, would you share your information? Those primary votes could give Trump the bump in delegates that he needs to put him well over the minimum.
    If the RNC does have the ability to allow the votes of newly “switched”, if they refuse to consider accepting them, would a barnstorm effort via calls, emails, etc. to charge the RNC with accepting ALL votes of ALL Republican registrants help?
    I would be happy to help in any way. I don’t live in New York, but I don’t know if that would matter.

    • Matthew Wood

      Not sure if this is true or not – If it is True, anyone who didn’t register to vote as a Republican by October 6th 2015 is not eligible to vote in the April 2016 Primary:

      http://gothamist.com/2015/10/06/democracy_bureacracy.php

    • Duce

      Thats not exactly what happening in NY. A few of my friends are Dems and Bernie supporters and have been seeing the following.

      Millennial Dems, those most likely to vote for Bernie are WITHOUT asking and WITHOUT their consent having their party affiliations changed to Republican or No Affiliation. This seems to be done in order to ensure the state goes for Hillary by removing the demographic that she is failing with.

      When we think about why the only logical answer seems to be this. Cuomo is under Federal investigation for corruption. Cuomo is a big Clinton ally (Remember his daddy got him the HUD directors spot which let him mess the markets up enough to eventually cause the crash). If Preet Bahara the Federal prosecutor does go after him then a Clinton White House could put the breaks on the investigation or give him a pardon.

      But again, from the Dems I know, none say that people are asking for a party change and that the State Board of Elections is refusing to let these Millennial Dems change back to a Democrat affiliation.

  • Darrelln99

    I joined the Republican party because it was honorable and classy. I promised myself if they changed Rule 40 they have become corrupt and self serving so after the California Primary our family will become independents and write in Trump. This will cause Hillary to win but I’d rather have a corrupt candidate win than a corrupt party.

  • JustinMurican

    I am a big time Trump supporter! But I think this may actually help Trump. The reason is that the rule as previously written required that the candidate win at least 8 states by a “majority,” which means the candidate has to win at least 50% +1 percent of the vote in that state. I don’t believe Trump has won over 50% in any state he has won. Trump has won a “plurality” of votes in all the states he has won due to the large number of candidates competing. Cruz won only one state by majority and that was the odd and quirky state of Utah – run by the Romney clan. So the RNC doing away with rule 40(b) is a good thing and would allow Trump to carry the election outright with the 1,237 delegates. However I will say again and again and again…If Trump enters that convention with a large majority of delegates, and he most certainly will, he should absolutely be the nominee of the Republican party. If it is stolen from him, the Republican party will cease to exist from that point forward. The silent majority needs to stand up and show up in Cleveland to support Donald Trump for President! Go to justinmurican.com for details.

    • Terry Stromky

      The Vicious Snake https://youtu.be/yeJ-iv3MOTo via @YouTube

      • JustinMurican

        Thank you for this Terry! Gives one chills. Will spread it far and wide. Trump 2016!

    • SageExtraordinaire

      The 50% is the 50% of the delegates, not the 50% of the total votes. So Trump, and only Trump, has met the requirement so far. But the RNC wants to cheat anyway. Even if Trump wins 1500 delegates before the convention, the RNC would deny him the nomination. The American people must stand firm with Trump and show the RNC that this country belongs to the American people, not a bunch of thieves who have sold out this country.

      • Darrelln99

        After the Calif. primary our family will become independents.

        • My.2.Cents

          AFTER everyone votes in their states, I think we all should do that. I changed my independent status to republican, to vote for Trump. I’m going back to independent. Maybe we should all do that after the last state votes, and do it all in the same day. That would send a strong message before the convention.

          • Joan Davenport

            GREAT IDEA

          • Nana

            I changed mine to GOP to vote for Trump also. I’m sure going back to Independent

      • Dan Everest

        I thought Cruz had 8 states now. but with the 8 state requirement removed AND if no one reaches 1237 by the convention, then the RNC will manipulate the outcome in multi-round voting by the delegates. That is where they have room to “play”/manipulate. Now if Trump goes in with 1237+ and he doesn’t receive the nomination…. WOW! It isn’t going to be easy for him because he is under an enormous attack which is only going to get worse every day. It takes all of us supporters to get out there and vote. PLUS try to convince others to vote for him. We cannot sit idly by!

        • danno

          Sorry Dan, not going to vote for him in the primary

          • Kat Garnet

            why are you here?

      • carlcasino

        Now will you listen to my Big Three scenario? Big Government has a vested interested to maintain the status Quo, Big Business has a vested interest to maintain the Status Quo. Big media has a vested interest in supplying as much misinformation as possible to drive ratings. Trump is a REAL THREAT TO THE STATUS QUO, as a result the Power Brokers are spending Millions to make sure NOTHING changes. Do they care about the Supreme Court turning farther left and threatening the Constitution? Do They care about Jobs? Do they care about National Security? , Do they care about the 2nd Amendment RIGHTS of Americans? John Kerry just finished a news lie-a-thon about how depressed the world leaders are about the coming elections maybe going to the Trump? What? Does this idiot read anything but the POS talking points? To hear the Elite Establishment tell it -WE MUST ELECT A TRUE CONSERVATIVE? The last two real conservatives failed to show up for the election. My suggestion to the power brokers is let this play out without interfering with the voters will, because so far you are batting less than 200. If I see John Kasich as the candidate I will vote for a write in —PUTIN— UNLESS

    • danno

      Think about it Justin. He HAS TO HAVE 1237 votes on the first ballot. Not 1236, but 1237. If he does not, which there is a very real possibility of it will go to a second ballot, perhaps more. Then whoever can coalesce 1237 delegates and then receive a majority of the votes i.e. 1237 or more WILL BE the republican nominee. It may not be the donald even if he goes to the convention with more than the other two candidates still in the race. You trumpettes need to understand how the rules work and get over this idea that just because he has “more” then he “deserves” the nomination. The republican party including all the delegates at the convention will have to decide who the BEST candidate is to win against Hillary in the November election. At this point, just about every poll out there show the donald getting CRUSHED by Hillary. He has the highest negatives EVER recorded for a presidential candidate. Even worse than Hillary’s negatives. We don’t want to nominate a flawed candidate and lose not only the presidency but also the senate and possibly the house. Yes, I support Ted Cruz. He IS the candidate in just about every poll who beats Hillary. He has nowhere near the negatives of the donald. And I think this blowup from the donald regarding Ted and the National Enquirer story is going to hurt the donald badly in the near future. Think about all of that when you start demanding his nomination/coronation at the convention when he has less than the required 1237 votes.

      • TnTodd

        If the choice is anyone but Trump or Cruz I will vote democrat for the first time in 25 years as a big FU to the Republican Party “leaders”.

        • Jason

          That’s almost as mature as what the RNC has planned. Congratulations!

          • jay2010master

            While you may think it is immature – it is his right as he has the right to vote for anyone. And there are many that are thinking just like him. The republican party has lost their identity, doesn’t fight for us the people, bends over backwards with their deals with the dems, and so on. The people are fed up. So if the Rep party doesn’t do the will of the people and the USA turns into a pure Socialist state in the next few decades, the Rep party have NO ON but themselves to blame.

          • Jason

            I can’t argue with anything you said. Of course it is his right, and he should do what his conscience leads him to do. But it doesn’t make it right, or helpful. I’m not sure how acting like a spoiled brat is supposed to change anything you noted.

          • pt-rockwn

            I will vote Dem as well, never again will I fall in line, would rather burn it down.

          • Kat Garnet

            So you are saying you will let the country burn in hell with hilary rather than vote for the Republican nominated.. not very intellegent.

        • Kat Garnet

          Wow so you will pull what others did in 2012 and stayed home because they didn’t like Romney..Let me also congratulate you..

      • JustinMurican

        Danno, I believe Trump has over 1.5 million more votes in the raw vote than Cruz. This lead will grow. He will have far more delegates, and the will of the people will be clear by the time Trump enters the convention hall. At this point in 1980 Reagan trailed Carter by 25% points so your polls as they relate to a Trump/Hillary showdown are totally meaningless at this point. Lastly, I can summarize your entire post this way: “The votes and the will of the people be damned! We (GOPe) know what’s best and we will give them what’s best!” The old order of the apparatchiks in the Soviet Union would be proud of you. Americans – not so much!

        • danno

          It doesn’t matter Justin. If he does not have at least 1237 then he risks not being the nominee. While I will agree with you that if the Republican establishment tries to pull a fast one and put someone like Ryan or Walker in as nominee instead of either Cruz or Trump then yes, let’s burn the place down. What I’m saying to you is get over this sense of entitlement that just because the donald has a plurality, we should just let him be nominated. It doesn’t work that way and hasn’t since1857. If on the second or subsequent ballots, Ted gets the nomination will you not support him so that Hillary is elected? And I strongly disagree about your assessment of the donald’s overall chances. I say again, his negatives are higher than Hillary’s, HIGHER THAN ANYONE ELSE IN THE PAST! What part of people, both dems and repubs despise the man and would rather rot in hell than vote for him do you not get? I’d rather have the prinicipled, honest constitution loving conservative be nominatated and have a darn good shot at beating Hillary and strengthening our position in both houses than have a snide narcissistic liar get the nomination and risk losing everything. I’m just saying…… (you know what “just saying” means don’t you?)

          • Dawn

            I would stay home and not vote for the first time in 35 yrs if Cruz were the nominee chiosen at the convention. There are many that feel the way I do. People who support Trump don’t like the sleaziness of Cruz. He’s a true politician.

          • danno

            Dawn, have we been watching the same debates? Sleazy? That describes the donald to a T.

          • Joan Davenport

            You are right….Cruz is definitely a snake and NOT TO BE TRUSTED.

          • Kat Garnet

            That is the most idiotic statement I have heard. So you elected Obama because you probably sat home last time and allowed him to win. If you sit home because Trump doesn’t get nominated than you better get used to saying madam president. WHY would you even think that would be a good idea..

          • Dawn

            I’ve changed my mind to a degree. The circular firing squad as its referred to is out of hand now. I will vote for the nominee if Trump or Cruz but will not vote for anyone else.

          • mistermandm

            Regardless of all of that, and your bias, nothing will precipitate change for the people if anyone other than Trump is elected this time left or right. It’s those like you (and most everybody else) who are facilitating the final stages of the degradation of the will of the people and the concept of individual liberty that once was the most important aspect of the politics of our society… vote whomever you will, but remember, the government we get will be the one we deserve.

          • danno

            Mister, I will counter by saying it is people like you who are setting us up for a landslide defeat in November. As I said previously, the Donalds negatives are unsurmountably high. You accuse me if following the establishment, nothing g could be further from the truth. Ted Cruz is about as anti establishment as they come. Why is he hated in the senate? Because he bucked the establishment and called out the majority leader as a liar from the Senate floor. I ask you why you believe that the donald is antiestablishment? He donated big bucks to Hillary, schumer, reid, and many others. Splain that to me please.

          • Dan Everest

            I like your style danno, a civil and constructive dialog. well done to both mister and danno. Personally, I disagree with danno assertion that trump cannot overcome his negatives.

            I think he can, as he continues to dominate the primaries under a huge wave of attacks from every angle. However, most of the negatives can be countered when someone has a level head to examine them. But regardless, the major point most supporters take is 1. they don’t care if he isn’t a polished speaker and in fact we appreciate his honest off the cuff candor. Is he PC, no? But we just don’t care.

            What we care about is his strong passion for country and people as a whole. Lets look at his primary positions which have gotten distorted and shredded; he wants to secure our borders and strengthen our vetting process both which would eliminate/reduce illegal aliens, criminals, drugs and terrorists from entering into our country.

            This seems way overdue to me. Drastic steps are needed to get a handle on national security issues and I support, as do his millions of supporters, support his stand on these fundamentals. What other candidate speaks as strongly about our borders, illegal aliens and terrorists? no one!

          • danno

            Well Dan, I’ve said I will vote for whoever the nominee with the R behind his name is. I’m just afraid that the donald will turn a lot of Republicans off and they will not vote. We are likely to see a loss the way we did with Romney when several million stayed home. I don’t believe as you do that he can o ercome tge negatives. I’ll wait and see what happens next week in Wisconsin and then California. Ted is likely to win in Wisconsin and is very close in California.

          • Dan Everest

            danno, again, I appreciate your level headed response. I either see flower blind love OR visceral hatred!

            I am really concerned too about the negatives, particularly the contrived and embellished ones which the media has levied upon Mr. Trump. For example racist, etc.

            When this first started, I thought, Trump? no way. But as I’ve listened to him and others I started to see the choices were same ole same ole OR someone talking about action. Mr. Trump doesn’t have to bother, he is a billionaire. but if nothing else, that guy strikes me as passionate about this country. Does he have every answer? No. But he is willing to say what is needed and say he’ll take action. I am very concerned about Islamic Extremist to tell you the truth. Just was watching a recent Fox video about ISIS. Check it out here. https://youtu.be/eD0QowOv7Hw This is serious stuff!

          • Kat Garnet

            Trump has New York.

          • danno

            Kat, that is not surprising as it is his home state. I think you will see Cruz do better than expected in New York though. It is not likely to be as big a “blowout” as the trumpbots are expecting.

          • danno

            BTW, I fully expect this to go to a contested election, just as the rules which the donald and everyone else who started this process knew from the beginning. No whining allowed. And when that happens I fully expect Ted Cruz to get the nomination on the 2nd or 3rd ballot just as Lincoln did. Again, when that happens, no whining allowed. I know the donald will cry alligator tears about this, but that’s just the way it is. I expect all the trumpbots to get behind the nominee just as I and other Cruz supporters will if the donald gets the nomination.

          • danno

            funny, Dan. It seems several of my comments have been deleted.

          • Dan Everest

            Danno, that is weird and unfortunate. Ironically, I even singled you out to compliment your civil debate style. So many people with a differing opinion can’t articulate their views or rationale and resort to 3-4 word attack/hate sentences. You’ve posted some good point – counterpoint comments. I would assume your position is contrary to the site owner…….oh, I just checked the name of the site; stumpin for trump. So your civil approach just wasn’t enough I guess. Hard getting the other side to consider an opposing message. I am for Trump and I supposed at this stage, my little mind is closed and firmly wrapped around that idea. However, I try hard to never mount an offensive… or be offensive when debating with others. Anyway, I hope you can get your points out there for consideration. Dan

          • danno

            Well Dan, a woman named Kat just replied to me asking “why are you here”. I guess that sums it up pretty well. I have found that to be the case of folks who are so strongly supporters of the donald. They don’t appreciate it when I bring up facts for them to ponder. I guess I just stumbled onto the wrong sight.

          • Dan Everest

            danno,

            I find myself on pages like this one or on anti-trump site without paying attention to where I am due to traversing links from posts on my FB page. This gets us “tossed into the lions den” and our message can either be despised or “liked” (no middle ground). Like you, I was on an opposing view site the last couple of days and although there was somewhat civil debate, it was just 2 rock heads (one of those rock heads was me) butting together.

            This election year is the most contentious that i have ever seen. Social media and the idea of “keyboard warriors” has really altered, distorted how knowledge is obtained and ideas are shared. In a sheeple society people quickly fall into their “category” for whatever the initial reason and start marching in lock step.

            For me, I care enormously about national security, economic stability, military strength and global respect (not intimidation, just fair dealings). So for me, I see the choices as Trump who speaks passionate about these issues and promises action, I see other candidates as same ole same ole and then there is Bernie, a socialist. I think that a socialist has momentum this election because so many people feel they have an unfair life, the rich getting richer and they want their fair share; through taxation of the rich and welfare type programs (free school, free this, free that) – a kind of robin hood complex.

            I don’t know if I have shared this on this website, but I have found 2 1-hour documentary videos which have opened my eyes and frankly frightened me. I think it is a current crisis only getting worse and that is porous southern borders and the radical Islamist threat. In case, I haven’t posted previously, here are the videos, please take a look folks.

            https://youtu.be/4XUub1no1qw

            https://youtu.be/4dbtRF3bWzs

            danno, I wish there was a neutral site where we could go and have constructive and informative discussions, but currently I am afraid it doesn’t exist. I hope things will work out for our country and i am sure we’ll all agree something needs to change and it requires involvement by the people (not hating, not fighting). Where will we be in 100 years if we don’t?

            Dan

          • Miss Annie

            Cruz is so establishment he has Bush blood running through his veins. He has Bushs running his campaign finance. Does an anti establishment candidate hire a Bush to handle the money? Seriously? He has lobbied for increased immigration at every turn. He talks out of both sides of his mouth. Says one thing and flat out does another? His wife drafted the North American Union for crying out loud. Ready to give that sovereignty away that fast?

          • Joan Davenport

            and let’s not forget the cozy arrangement the Cruzes have with Goldman Sachs and other large investment banks.

          • Kat Garnet

            You mean with Cruz’s wife..

          • RichM

            Ted Cruz is backed by donors so anyone who votes for him, this is the dis-connect that is going on in your minds. You have to understand that even if Ted Cruz claims he is a conservative constitutionalist, it does not matter because he is a slave to puppet master’s. It is not just Ted Cruz himself, but it is the WA DC Establishment that is the problem…. ALL politicians are puppets owned and told what to do by the donors and special interests…. including Ted Cruz…. and so this is why Donald Trump is different and the only option.

            Trump is not controlled. Until you understand this, you are voting for the same WA DC corrupt political elites as always. They do not care about We the People or the country. they care about the globalist agenda, lining their own pockets, and bigger government. You have to understand why they hate/are afraid of Donald Trump and open your eyes. Trump is the ONLY one they cannot control and that’s why the establishment, Dems and GOP alike are scared to death of him. They simply want to keep lining their own pockets and Ted Cruz is already dancing to their will on puppet strings.

            You have to see it for what it really is else you remain blind and will follow them along until we eventually become the Socialist Banana Republic of America. If you don’t understand this or are not willing to look into it so you are able to, there is nothing you can do but remain sheep following the wolves in sheeps clothing politicians of Washington. Donald Trump, as unseasoned and unpolished a politician he is, is a sheepdog. Following him, you need to choose to be sheepdogs and not sheeple. A vote for Ted Cruz or any politician except Trump is basically electing George Soro’s types to be your supreme leaders.

          • TAMPABAY53

            Yes Trump donated to to the libs. what you failed to say is that Trump also donated to the repubs. I used to be a Cruz fan but then I started doing research, that ended my support of Cruz. I don’t go by headlines. actually I do. I research the headlines to find out the truth. I also check out rumors. people need to do real research instead believing headlines and sound clips.

          • danno

            whatever…..

          • Kat Garnet

            If you think Cruz would even get close to having the number he needs to win you are more delusional than your statement. Cruz has been in a position to do the very things he says he wants to do so why hasn’t he approached anyone with it. Why is he now saying the same things Trump has been saying. He has been caught flip flopping. And why did it take him until 2005 to apply to be a natural born citizen. He is a phony.

      • jay2010master

        First you are comparing him to Hillary. While that is future thing, do you really think Republicans would stand a better chance with Cruz or the idiot from Oh going up against Hillary. Um NO. Donald is the only one that has been able to get millions behind him (unification). While you say other don’t understand the rules, I think it is actually the people are fed of with the RNC rules and the GOP in general. THey are telling you that rules better change or you are going to disenfranchise millions of voters and Hillary would be very easily elected. Just like many dems are coming out for Trump, the opposite would be true when he is not on the ballot. Many republicans would vote Dems (Hillary) just to make their point that you screwed up as the RNC. Then the writing is on the wall – the Republican party will be brokered (broken up) and won’t hold any significance probably for 30 – 50 years.

      • belinda
      • fedddup

        Yeah to hell what the majority want…

    • Lynn Mac

      Cruz won Utah with 69.2% and Wyoming with 66.3%.
      The closest Trump came to 50% was MA with 49.3%.

      • Keith Hoffman

        Evangelical enclaves

      • MPAcosta

        Most likely voter fraud.

        • danno

          Seriously? Sour grapes.

    • Miss Annie

      Great site Justin! Great info! Do you mind if I ask who your hosting company is? I am owner of this site and not sure if this hosting company is gonna work out. They are having a hard time handling the traffic.

      • JustinMurican

        Thanks for the compliment Miss Annie! I don’t think my company would work for you… just a small mom and pop operation out here on the left coast… even smaller than Hillary’s home brewed server in the bathroom. 🙂 Your site is awesome and gets lots of traffic! Lots of great debate and excellent information. Looking forward to fighting the good fight with you! Thanks again.

        • Miss Annie

          Thanks so much for the kind words Justin! So awesome that there is such great people to fight the fight with! 🙂 Blessings!

    • Nana

      He would have won over 50% but the machines were rigged to make sure he didn’t

  • mtnduck

    the rnc is destroying the republican party and come nov i bet there a 3rd party.i know i am no longer a republican .

  • “Interesting that they have the power to make up & change the rules as they go. Do they really answer to no one? Is there no accountability? I guess not.”

    As I understand it; From a legal perspective, political parties are just loosely associated groups of people, which are not Constitutionally or legally accountable to any particular voting process. It is not a constitutionally “protected” part of the election process, in other words.

    They can choose to use their own “house rules”, in other words, there is nothing criminally corrupt about that in and of itself. It would be like the bartender of a bar, they can ban who they wish or kick out who they wish or whatever, and sure, it may be unfair, but it’s not illegal or unconstitutional, it’s their bar. It’s a similar thing here. They group have the party, and Trump wants in, it’s up to the party ultimately to let him in or not.

    This is precisely why some of the founders spoke out against party politics, because once you have a party, then the party can hold this in-house voting process to pre-filter the candidate for presidency. But this is not a real part of the federal election process.

    The fact that they let the public have any input, is just pure theatrics, money raising, etc. in the end. You have to remember that these are con men (and women), this is what they do, they are masters of illusion. Actually, I should say they *where* masters of illusion, as I think the mask has become loose.

    • MPAcosta

      DIRTY POLITICS at it’s best!

  • Todd Miller

    I don’t think Trump or his supporters are getting the hint. The republican party doesn’t what a fascist as their candidate and GOP definitely doesn’t want a bunch of blind supporters who support a fascist. The door is right over there, you can leave anytime. Thanks for coming.

    • NavyAQ

      I’ll be leading the way bitch! GOP is a dead fish party!!! You “so much smarter than everyone” POS don’t get the picture either…. The country ain’t buying what you’re selling!

    • Not buying what you’re selling, Todd. And that is certainly not the reason why they don’t want Trump!

      • Todd Miller

        Really don’t care whether you buy it or not. Trump has proven himself over and over again what his true nature is. He is pro-choice, a foreign policy disaster, an economics disaster. The way he talks about women puts him in the misogynist category. He has a new unfavorable rating of 82% now. There isn’t an ounce of humility in the guy. He is just an all around bad person.

        • I see, you are living in that delusional world where black is white, up is down…I get it. I think they have meds for that.

        • Dawn

          If Trump goes 3rd party then the GOP is over and I say good riddance. They’ll get exactly what they deserve. Mr Trump exposed the party and I am so thankful for that. You never Trump people are going to love your new president Clinton.

    • Craig Stewart

      Todd Miller, what a troll you are. Go stick your head up Bernies butt or Hillary’s whatever. I imagine you are a Obama lover too…so when he bends you over and takes all that you have…just say thank you sir, may I have another. May you be one of the first people attacked by the refugee radical islamic terrorists

      • Todd Miller

        Says the guy who is probably a Hitler supporter and hates America. See how that works both ways? Making assumptions about people make you look like the Jackass you probably are.

        • Craig Stewart

          What a pussy you are… LOL go stick your head in the sand with the other leftist liberal nut jobs and wait for the burn.

          • Todd Miller

            Your skills in logic and persuasion are outstanding. Since you are a likely Hitler supporter I expect you to be deficient in the intelligence department. I was not disappointed.

  • ROHBAR

    The rncc is really stabbing them selves in the back!

  • SageExtraordinaire

    Bernie Sanders would be denied the nomination, too, even if he won the majority of delegates. So the will of the people would be rejected by the elites in both parties. In that case, Trump and Sanders should join forces to crush the RNC, DNC, or whatever the traitors are called.

  • Bill Morgan

    But with the shenanigans now being pulled, rigging poll results to show that Cruz is so far in the lead that Trump supporters might as well stay home, and committing blatant fraud in at least one primary where the Soros machine caused The Donald to place third… Our only clear hope is that The Donald racks up his 1,237 or enough of us sound off to put the RNC on notice that we will not accept one of their anointed stooges and will mount a massive write-in campaign for an independent Trump! If they cause Hilarity to win they will stand responsible for the bloody revolution that is sure to follow.

  • John Smith

    I hope Donald Trump burns the GOP and the RNC to the fucking ground.

    • Cindy Majors

      Me too!

    • Michael Robert Ryan

      Yes, it’s long overdue.

    • Billy S DuBose

      Well then, if the rules that Trump pledged his allegiance to, no longer exist, he is a free agent then isn’t he! ?

      • Jim Borasa

        No because the Presidential Elections Committee says he or anyone has to run under a qualified Party in all states that have a state party on the ballot. They did the same thing to Ross Perot and he turned around and create a 3rd Party called the Reform Party of America. But the media, Liberals, & Progressives turned their gun on him as well as both of the monopoly Parties.

        • Nana

          that was then. More people are awake now

    • Kirk

      Amen!

  • Stinky Lebinowitz

    If the Globalists steal the nomination then we will know for sure that voting is just a sham and a total waste of our time. There is no reason for us to put any effort in. The choices are going to be pre-selected only according to the Globalists’ wishes. So might as well just stay home and let the RNC figure out how they are going to get their payola with landslide losses all the way down to dog catcher.

    • MPAcosta

      No, the choice will be Trump, if not as a Republican, then as a 3rd party candidate, and we will all back him, not vote Demoncrat. Please wake up people, we are at war.

  • karma nitez

    Cheat Trump they lose bigly I know plenty of others who feels the same way! I am done with the RNC BS with all its Rino’s telling dictating and deciding what or who we vote for. Change those rules make it easy for the losers Cruz or Kasich to feel better about them self.. but fair warning you cheat Trump You will lose. It will even mean those up for re elect will lose!

  • stlouisix

    No way will the Americans by the millions who voted overwhelming for Trump stand for any backroom deals by the beyond worthless morally bankrupt GOPE RINOs to be disenfranchised giving the election to the communists which is something that those still capable of rational thought perfectly understand despite the commie enabling agitprop to the contrary!

    The Trump Train is rolling with 20 States and Territories and counting as what’s left of a Free America, fed up with being betrayed by the Uniparty and its beyond worthless press, is speaking out in NO UNCERTAIN TERMS! You have a big cheering section in our Military, its Vets, and our Police who are saying as loudly as possible, GO TRUMP, thank you America for caring about us and our fallen who have cared for you!

    It feels great to be on the front lines, does it not, in being part of the TRUMPrevolution to take our country back from the traitors who want to destroy it, to especially include the GOPE RINO Uniparty frauds masquerading as conservatives who talk the talk but couldn’t care less about walking the walk in favor of their blind ambition for power at all costs – the common good of what’s left of a free America be damned!

    Must be tough, GOPE RINOs and your lying media, knowing that the more you attack Trump, the stronger his support grows across the country from Americans in more than name only who are fed up with your garbage and throwing it back in your faces.

    What America sees in Trump’s press conferences is the next President who loves his country and has the knowledge to save it with the help of God reading from no notes, no teleprompter but his vast experience of being a doer not a talker!

    Here’s a message for you, FAUX News. You’re not going to see these traitorous headlines under President Trump who will put a stop to what’s reported below in short order.

    UPDATE: RECORD NUMBER CHILD ILLEGALS FLOODING BORDER…
    “Beyond crisis proportions’…
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/senator-record-number-of-minors-set-to-flood-the-southern-border/article/2585215

    AZ SHERIFF UNLEASHED: Obama ‘handcuffed’ Border Patrol…
    ‘Manipulated data’…
    ‘Had agents assigned to low traffic areas’…
    ‘Attempted to quiet dissent’…
    http://www.azfamily.com/story/31416401/sheriff-babeu-obama-has-handcuffed-border-patrol

    It’s over, GOPE RINOs. The American people get it. YOU’RE THE ENEMY with your lies being flushed down the toilet as soon as they spew from your forked tongues! The more you attack Trump the stronger the resolve of his ever increasing support around the country WHICH YOU CANNOT STOP. You CANNOT stop us from going to the polls in overwhelming numbers to send your rot back into the cockroach holes that it crawled out from! – A Vietnam War Navy Vet whose youngest son is in the Navy and oldest is a Kentucky State Trooper

    • Love You

      My sentiments exactly!

  • Who Cares

    Reince Priebus needs a bullet! Seriously… I heard he lost all his ammo. Can some of you patriotic Americans help this poor bastard out?

    Trump 2016

  • If the RNC/GOP establishment screw Trump I will immediately change my registration to Independent and do everything possible to ruin them!

    • Dave

      But we still need the bastards in the house and senate, and lots of them need to be weeded out.

  • Frank M

    The elites can’t afford to let an outsider like Trump get in. They’re hiding too much.

  • TnTodd

    if the choice is anyone but Trump or Cruz I will vote for a democrat for the first time in 25 years as a big FU to the Republican Party “leaders”.

  • fcabanski

    The RNC does have total control over their nomination process. This isn’t an election. It’s a nomination.

  • Cheryl Marcum

    Well now People, If they think for 1 minute, we are not going to be mad about this, THEY ARE WRONG. NO WONDER CRUZ AND KASICH ARE SO POSITIVE about Trump not getting the NOMINATION

  • Angel Lynn

    Americans LET’S WORK GRASS ROOTS HARD AND GET TRUMP HIS 1237!
    May all Americans see these corrupt people media for who they really are!
    Americans will elect their own president this time!

  • Keith Houston

    When are people going to realize that their true enemy is the republican and democrat parties ruling over them? Any ways, Ima say it again, “TOLD YOU SO!”

    • Miss Annie

      I agree Keith. I have put in many articles here about the “uniparty”!

      • Keith Houston

        Uniparty? I prefer NO parties.

  • Roger Long

    I think the RNC and the DNC need to read rule # 1. Don’t fuck with the American people, they have doing it so much, they think they have a free ride. 2016 Is a year that can can world, we’re tired of their crap and I am more than willing to help stop them in their tracks.

  • Jack Wall

    I would say that the biggest reason that people are backing Trump and NOT the RNC is because for 8 years we have watched our elected congressional representatives turn a blind eye to Obama and his trashing of the Constitution, running the country into the worst increase in debt of any non-prewar budget and allowed Hillary Clinton to commit treason repeatedly without doing anything to call either of their actions into question. The American people have no trust in their elected leaders and want someone who doesn’t owe anything to anyone.

    • MPAcosta

      Amen!

  • Loanne Odell

    BS…..and only Trump supporters would believe this garbage. Delegates make the rules, and ONLY delegates.

  • timothius

    It’s no just the GOP folks! It’s the DNC, and the government, big business, and anything else that works out to $$$$$$$ aka money. We’re fucked if we do nothing. Oh and it includes you democrats too. Wake up and splash the hot coffee on your freakin faces! Good God, we’re going down….

    If you still talking about how bad the political party’s are I sorry to tell you that you flat spaced it. It is much bigger that that.

  • InfidelNumberOne

    I will not vote on the (R) line. I changed from lifelong(R) to non-enrolled. (R) cannot be trusted to look out for us, local, city, state or national. The establishment is in it for themselves only.

  • scruffyscirocco

    This idiotic article makes the assumption that the “RNC” controls the rules of the convention. Who is this mysterious “RNC”? Why, it’s the very delegates that the states elect to represent them at the convention. When all the delegates have been selected fromt he 50 states, they will select state representatives to sit on the national rules committee. This committee will draft rules to be used at the convention. They may use previous convention rules as guidelines, but are under no obligation to copy them. These rules will be presented for a vote as the second item of business at the convention. The first item being to elect a permanent chairman. These rules are subject to revision and amendment from the floor in the course of voting for them.

    The Trump delegates will have a proportionately large presence on the rules committee, as well as on the floor. There’s no reason to whine, you’re trying to spin this to rile people up so that when Trump has his ass handed to him on second round of voting, you can claim it was rigged. It was not, and you are shameful for insinuating that it was.

  • Bman16

    If they broker the convention kick out Trump then everyone should say there not voting anyone into office and take a stand saying put Trump in or no election screw you it’s our country, we have to stop this crap now before we loose our country forever ppl don’t you see how important this is and only we the ppl can stop it

  • randi

    I hope we can vote them all out they are all traitors. I like most of us hope Trump wins.

  • GrumpyYoungMan

    If Trump does not receive the nomination then we have clear cut 100% proof that our political system is completely corrupted.
    I’m holding out a small hope that this isn’t so.

  • Flowers Darrin

    This amounts to a declaration of War, its time to stand and fight.

  • MikeyMike

    We don’t know yet what will happen…. the elite have not written the rules yet… now ain’t that some shit?.. They wait until the week before and then rewrite the rules to fit their wishes and not exactly the will of the people… WTF sense is it to have elections if this is how they will turn out…. the election system needs to be overhauled or done away with completely if our votes don’t “really” count. I say to hell with the GOP elite…. I’m with you John Smith.. burn the fucking GOP and RNC to the ground… We may get our wish… I feel like Cleveland is the wrong town for a bunch of uppity white men to be hanging out at night… the fine citizens of Clevelands’ most distinguished hoods might not like a bunch of white boys having a convention in their town…..

  • Billy S DuBose

    Well then, if the rules that Trump pledged his allegiance to, no longer exist, he is a free agent then isn’t he ! ?

    • Billy S DuBose

      run independent Trump! America will follow you anywhere you lead!

  • Billy S DuBose

    The Average American,” We The People” need a Party of our own!! Well then, if the rules that Trump pledged his allegiance to, no longer exist, he is a free agent then isn’t he! ?

  • fedddup

    Proof that our elected officials and the two primary political parties could give a rat’s ass about the voters.

  • Fiberton

    I have decided if there is no Donald I will not be involved with the Republican party for the rest of my life.

  • stuart

    Interesting how the donald wants to make America Great. I want to return her to her Greatness too. But he uses generalities like candy.
    The fact is Obama thinks he is making America Great, Harry Reid wants to make America Great, Pelosi thinks she is making America Great, and yes Hillary and Kerry think they are making America Great too.
    What we need to step back and do is determine WHAT THE DONALD MEANS by the word GREAT.
    I didn’t vote for Obama because I knew by what he had said, and more importantly, DONE before he ran for President that he would be terrible for the country. Using that same methodology I can’t find a reason to vote for the donald either.
    I FEAR donalds view of what is Great, and my view of it may be as divergent as those in power now.

  • Frank Castle

    Filthy Dirty Bastards… the GOP needs to be TOTALLY REFORMED.. or DISBANDED… OR.. a THIRD PARTY needs to rise up and KILL the GOP

  • Don McCarty Jr

    why is it all these politicians and such think they are untouchable and unaccountable for their actions…because they are rich??? bullshit everyone is accountable and very touchable , it is just the people of America need to get pissed off enough and stand up for themselves and hold them accountable and show them , they are very very touchable…because they all have to come out in the public sometime and then they can fall off a bike or curb just like Harry Reid!!!! personally , they need to be shown how touchable they are with a HEMP rope and tar and feathers. get the local ones first and then follow the money to the elite of the elite!

  • Jim Borasa

    NO REPUBLICAN Will ever win office EVER again!!! If they screw US and TRUMP out of the nomination. Period and !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mark our words we will build a new party and no former elected will not be allowed to run!! No Lobbyist, No Special Interest NO PAC’s!! NO SHIT!!! Boycott every Republican Candidate and feel our pain A$$HOLES !! Hillary will win it regardless if CRUZ or Kasich steals it from the American people.

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  • Carter_Burger67

    So this is the deal. First vote, all delegates vote for Trump. If it’s a mutiny they want, it’s a mutiny they should get.

  • J French Rennier

    There are many of us that are not Republicans or Democrats basically seldom if ever bothering to vote for 1 crooked career politician over another but are now firmly in Trumps corner, registered to vote & will vote Trump.
    Crooked back ally shenanigans will alienate more than likely 99% of us into becoming ardent anti-Republicans.
    If thru such manipulations – I will & will attempt to recruit many more like myself into voting during this next election – Voting Democrat & not only for President but casting solid Democrat votes for every candidate down to dogcatcher.
    If the Republican Party is that crooked – then it needs to be disbanded & every politician carrying its flag defeated.

    • belinda

      The thing is, I don’t think the GOPe really cares if a DEM gets in, as long as it’s another establishment cronie! The GOPe would rather Killary be president than Trump!

      • J French Rennier

        I totally agree with you.
        What is at stake is access to personal wealth as distributed by the Banking / Corporate / Special Interest Groups.
        The welfare & survival of the American people is not their concern, they must protect the Cash Cow.

  • didn’t i just hear you can’t change the rules…..this is for their choice to be elected…someone like bush or romney.

  • Rusty Dils

    As of right now, March 31st, 2016, 11:20PM, this story is false. This rule has not been changed. It is still in place. It still take 8 states. As of right now, this story is false.

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  • RichM

    For those who want to vote for Cruz, Kasich, Hillary or anyone but Trump, this is the dis-connect that is going on in your minds. You have to understand that even if Ted Cruz claims he is a conservative constitutionalist, it does not matter because he is a slave to puppet master’s. It is not just Ted Cruz himself, but it is the WA DC Establishment that is the problem…. ALL politicians are puppets owned and told what to do by the donors and special interests…. including Ted Cruz…. and so this is why Donald Trump is different and the only option.

    Trump is not controlled. Until you understand this, you are voting for the same WA DC corrupt political elites as always. They do not care about We the People or the country. they care about the globalist agenda, lining their own pockets, and bigger government. You have to understand why they hate/are afraid of Donald Trump and open your eyes. Trump is the ONLY one they cannot control and that’s why the establishment, Dems and GOP alike are scared to death of him. They simply want to keep lining their own pockets and Ted Cruz is already dancing to their will on puppet strings.

    You have to see it for what it really is else you remain blind and will follow them along until we eventually become the Socialist Banana Republic of America. If you don’t understand this or are not willing to look into it so you are able to, there is nothing you can do but remain sheep following the wolves in sheeps clothing politicians of Washington. Donald Trump, as unseasoned and unpolished a politician he is, is a sheepdog. Following him, you need to choose to be sheepdogs and not sheeple. A vote for Ted Cruz or any politician except Trump is basically electing George Soro’s types to be your supreme leaders.

  • William Kananen

    Everyone is looking. There will be consequences.

  • Rhonda Kazmierski

    To hell with the GOP, Reince Priebus and the whole establishment! We The People are not going to take this lying down.. We have been firing ballots, and they have been brushed aside. This is a revolution, and we have tried revolting against a corrupt system, peaceably, however this can change, in an instant. I don’t believe that the government, the GOP or the DNC, for that matter, are prepared for the war that they, themselves, have created. They have done everything within their power to tread on the will of We The People.. it may very well be time to let them feel just how strong our will is! Awaiting orders from our President, Donald J. Trump.. say, when.

  • David Kelly

    If they cheat us AGAIN, as they did in the last TWO fake elections, Washington D.C. will regret that there are FREEMEN in this country.

  • disqus_IK4JLhzYdo

    Ron Paul ought to join Trump & sue. Then we need to make conventions irrelevant.