This is the week that Ted Cruz won the Republican nomination
Just over a month ago, after Trump’s big win in Nevada and after Cruz’s SEC state southern strategy fell short amidst the Trump tidal wave across the south, it looked like Trump had the momentum to prevail against a fractured field. Trump thought it was over, and was confident enough to hold unifying post-primary press conference events like a President. As more March contests took place | Read More »
How Trump’s Dimwitted Outrage Peddlers are Fomenting Violence
I don’t think I’m going out on much of a limb here when I say that the average Donald Trump supporter does not really understand the delegate allocation process. And, really, who can blame them when it’s clear that Donald Trump himself does not understand the delegate allocation process. Nothing whatsoever has transpired thus far that is not completely within the rules, and yet Trump | Read More »
Trump In 2005: Freedom Tower is “disgusting”, “horrible”, “terrible design.”
So Mr. New York Values who finally got around to visiting the 9/11 Museum because he just loves the city of New York so much was on record 10 years ago, bashing the Freedom Tower while on MSNBC with Chris Matthews. Naturally he was on MSNBC and talking to Chris Matthews because as most of us know, Trump is a fake. He’s not a conservative | Read More »
Law Professor Running for President to File Cruz Birther Suit Gets a Hearing
Law professor Victor Williams is running for president for the sole purpose of bringing yet another birther law suit challenging whether Sen. Ted Cruz is a “natural born citizen” eligible to be elected president.
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Cruz Completes Colorado Sweep
Sen. Ted Cruz netted 13 more delegates at Colorado’s state GOP convention Saturday, completing his sweep of Colorado’s 34 delegates. With the Colorado results, the Associated Press count stands at Trump 743, Cruz 545, and John Kasich 143. Marco Rubio, who suspended his campaign, has 171 delegates. To get the nomination a GOP presidential candidate needs 1,237 delegates. After the sweeping victory, Cruz issued the | Read More »
Cruz Goes 11 for 12 in Iowa
Sen. Ted Cruz won 11 of the 12 Iowa GOP delegates chosen during the state party’s four district conventions on Saturday.
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More Proof Kasich Stays in only to do Trump’s Bidding
Intrigue and skulduggery at the Michigan Republican Party Convention. Delegates supporting Donald Trump and John “the Spoiler” Kasich worked together to double-cross Sen. Ted Cruz and keep his Michigan delegates off the powerful committees that govern the national convention and write the party platform.
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Bernie Sanders ‘wins’ Wyoming.
Bernie Sanders wins Wyoming, falls behind on delegate count.
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BA HA HA: Trump’s ‘Best People’ Accidentally Tell His Supporters To Vote for Cruz Delegates (Breaking!)
This is just … well it’s just the bee’s knees you guys. We’ve already reported several times here at RedState how bad Trump’s organization is blowing it in Colorado, but believe it or not, they still managed to make things worse. They told their people to vote for Cruz people. Seriously. See, the delegate ballot consists of numbers, with each number corresponding to a delegate. | Read More »
New Yorker Trump Visits 9/11 Memorial & Museum … For the FIRST Time
Donald Trump, who frequently uses 9/11 in speeches, finally visited the National September 11 Museum on Saturday. I guess those New York values really get in the way of paying respect to the victims he so often references. One would think, considering he’s, you know, a “fighter” and wants to “Make America Great Again”, that he wouldn’t have waited so long before taking that short | Read More »
Jonathan Hoenig Tears Down Eric Bolling’s Dumb Communist Plan For Trump’s Wall [VIDEO]
Eric Bolling is determined to prove me right. The latest example? He wants to pay for a border wall by interfering with the buy and sell prices of oil between Mexico and the United States using price-fixing, government oversight, and government interference in and control of the marketplace. Hmm, why does that sound like a familiar form of central planning? “Eric I think you’re looking | Read More »
WaterCooler 4/9/2016 Open Thread: WASPs; The Hell You Say!; The 80’s were Unfit for Children
Women Airforce Service Pilots “This is not a time when women should be patient. We are in a war and we need to fight it with all our ability and every weapon possible. Women pilots, in this particular case, are a weapon waiting to be used.” – First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, 1942 Congresswoman, Martha McSally (R-Arizona), the first female to fly an aircraft into | Read More »
An Open Letter to “Only Marco” and Trump Loyalists
The election process is marching forward, with no clearer picture of who the Republican nominee will be than when the selections first topped out at 17. Yes, we’re down to a battle between two candidates. Oh, and John Kasich is there, too. The path to the nomination, however, has become quite treacherous, with some of the dirtiest tricks and outright mud-slinging the process has endured | Read More »
Bill Kristol Wipes Floor With Trump Mouthpiece Over Donald’s Slandering of Ted Cruz
This video from several days ago was too good to leave behind. When Donald Trump, during his crybaby Twitter outburts and in his official post-Wisconsin statement, accused Ted Cruz of committing a crime, the Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol tore him apart and spit on his remains. It’s just another example of how grotesque Trump’s campaign really. How desperate and pathetic it is. Good for Bil | Read More »