Trump’s Triumph In NY Was Due To Real Voting Unlike Colorado

Neil Bush: Ted Cruz will crush Trump – YouTube as Florida We Sheltered And Trained The 9/11 Hijackers’ talks about how his gang will force Cruz on us.

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Way back when voters could choose the Democratic candidates, this was fixed by the elites with ‘super delegates’ who carry roughly 30% of the voting at a convention.  The GOP has far fewer of these so far but I see that will change in the future after this election.  What amazed me was this: we finally have something resembling an election in NY and Cruz got the least votes, not the most votes.


This is truly a crushing victory for Trump.  Donald Trump, Ted Cruz spar over Canadian birth – YouTube

This Cuban kid was born in Canada.  This is a huge problem, bigger than the bimbo in bed problem.  Trump loves strumpets in bed while Cruz pretends he doesn’t when he does so he loses this sex fiend fight.


Note how Cruz sneers while talking about his birthing.  The GOP has screamed about Obama’s birth problem which was pretty big but this guy is even worse off than Obama on this ‘born in America’ issue.


The elites are really worried about being stuck with partial American citizen candidates.  Hillary is pure citizen but of course, ideologically she ain’t.  She is beholden to international corporations and foreign dictators especially our Saudi and Israel buddies who attack us over and over and over and over and over again with vicious terrorist fun.


Tea, Taxes, and The American Revolution: Crash Course World History #28 – YouTube

How to have a revolt.


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11 responses to “Trump’s Triumph In NY Was Due To Real Voting Unlike Colorado

  1. Jim R


    ELAINE: ‘Release the Houdinis!

    ‘Release the hoodlums!’

  2. Harry

    Currency Act of 1764 caused depression in Colonies

    “The Bank of England has played a prominent role in American history Without it, the United States would not exist. The American colonists considered themselves loyal Englishmen to a man, but when they began to enjoy unequaled prosperity by printing and circulating their own Colonial scrip, the stockholders of the Bank of England went to George III and informed him that their monopoly of interest-bearing notes in the colonies was at stake. He banned the scrip, with the result that there was an immediate depression in the commercial life of the Americas. This was the cause of the Rebellion; as Benjamin Franklin pointed out, the little tax on tea, amounting to about a dollar a year per American family, could have been borne, but the colonists could not survive the banning of their own money.” Eustace Mullins, The World Order, 1985.

  3. melponeme_k

    Instead of examining the causes regarding WHY Trump is so popular, the ones who call falsely call themselves “liberal” call for his execution.

  4. Melponeme_k

    No one here is discussing the other big factor of why American chose revolution.

    Industry. Manufacturing power.

    I was taught this in grammar school history and I doubt it is mentioned at all now.

    Here in America, we were not allowed by the British to control our industry. Everything was outsourced. We sent raw resources to England and they sent us back finished product at a huge markup WITH taxes.

    The taxes were just the straw that broke the camel’s back. The real problem was that our industry was being purposefully destroyed.

    This is exactly what is happening now. We are only a source of raw material that our elites are stealing from the us and sending it outside the US to be manufactured into real goods. Then selling them back to us at a markup.

  5. Mike in Pennsylvania

    @ Mel: Leftists are as violence-prone as they claim rightists to be. More so, when we look at the record of Communist bloodbaths in the 20th century. I take them at their word about their threats. But I can’t help seeing the whole thing as theater; Trump plays his role, and so do the rapper thugs and those weak-minded who ape the apes. Maybe what the rulers really want is for Americans to be at each other’s throats by the time November arrives.

    “The elites are really worried about being stuck with partial American citizen candidates.” I wonder why Elaine thinks so. Would such a candidate be harder to “unite Americans” around him (or her)? America, such as it has become, will never be united about anything again — unless it’s attack by (extraterrestrial) aliens. We could always hope for that… Although leftists would probably welcome them and demand that white privilege brought them here and that we should atone by accepting and breeding with them.

    April 20 — a fine sunny day here in the Delaware Valley.

  6. Ed-M

    Hope Trump wins the GOP nod. I really really loathe Cruz. He is dangerous.

  7. floridasandy

    the more elections cruz tries to steal without people voting, the less popular he is going to be.

    he ran as an “outsider” and he is clearly the quintessential insider.

  8. pontiff holysh*t

    Indeed, most Americans seem unaware that, from a standpoint of legally enforceable human rights, very little changed in 1791. Virtually all of the personal rights “enshrined” in the Bill of Rights already existed at common law in one form or another. So the War of Independence wasn’t a war for human rights: the Yanks just wanted to be in business for themselves.

    Now 1865-68, there were some changes then. But even then, enforcement has been sketchy.

  9. emsnews

    MY family came here because the King of England wanted to kill them and they wanted to kill him and his spawn.

    They came to Albany, up the Hudson when it was run by the Dutch. When it went English, they moved to the frontier, Pennsylvania and then Ohio Valley. All this before 1700.

    They LOVED the Revolution and fought hard during it and wanted to knock the king to the curb for generations previously.

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