Alex Jones talks with Bev Harris about how Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
During an appearance on Fox News this morning, Marsh asserted that Trump would have enough backing to secure the Republican nomination even if the race was decided at a contested convention.
She then explained why Hillary sees Trump as the most “dangerous candidate,” despite polls which show the New York billionaire has a high unfavorables rating.
I’ve consistently said throughout the analysis of this race that I would not want to run against Donald Trump because I think he’s the most dangerous candidate,” said Marsh.
“Give me Ted Cruz, give me John Kasich, give me any of the vanquished they’re traditional politicians, easy to beat. And, Ted Cruz, in particular, way outside the mainstream.”
“Donald Trump, when you look from what he said the other day about the gender bill and using the bathrooms, it proves that point because he knows how to appeal to not only Libertarians but to Independents who support that, too. So it will be a very, very tough candidate to face in a general election. I think it will be one of the closest elections we see since 2000.”
mean, of course, George P. Bush. The “P” stands for Prescott. Yes, George P. is named after his grandfather Senator Prescott Bush who made the family fortune financing the Nazi war machine and who’s Union Bank was seized by the Roosevelt Administration for treasonous activity in 1942. I laid this in my new book Jeb and the Bush Crime Family.
I looked up young George P. in Wikipedia. Born in Houston, Texas in 1976, he attended Gulliver Prep School and earned an undergraduate degree from Rice University. In 1998, he became a public school teacher in Florida and later went to law school in Texas. In 2007, the United States Navy Reserve announced the selection of Bush for training as an intelligence officer. He served for 8 months in Operation Enduring Freedom and returned to the U.S. in 2011. In 2012, he announced his intention to run for state office. By January 2013, Bush filed a campaign finance report stating that he had received $1.3 million in contributions. This was due to his father, former Florida governor and wannabe President, Jeb Bush’s massive e-mail campaign. Yes, the Bush privileges keep on rolling. It seems Jeb sent out emails requesting that donors support and donate to young George P in his bid for Texas Land Commissioner. By June 2013, Bush had raised $3.3 million. I guess father Bush’s e-mail campaign worked. Who would think of turning down Jeb Bush? That there was no Democrat candidate running against him, and barely a Republican opponent (David Watts), I would say that the $3.3 million was enough to win him the election.
Hannity asked Priebus if he thought Republican voters would feel “outright anger, frustration, and a sense of betrayal” if Trump had a 400 delegate lead but was not given the nomination.
Priebus deflected the question, referring to previous brokered conventions.
“In your opinion as the state chairman that the nominee of your party are you confident tonight will be either Donald Trump or Ted Cruz? Are you confident?” asked Hannity.
“This is what I’ll say, I think the nominee will be someone who’s running,” responded Priebus.
The GOP will ensure that the RULES Committee changes Rule 40 so as to enable Kasich to be the GOP nominee in a contested/brokered convention in July. And Priebus knows it,” commented Katherine Park.
“Hannity was stunned… and ticked off. We should be too. This primary election process is a farce.”
Priebus prompted controversy after a separate interview with Charlie Sykes on 620AM in Wisconsin during which the RNC Chairman scolded Trump supporters unhappy at the prospect of a brokered convention.
“By the way, this is a nomination for the Republican Party,” Priebus told Sykes. “If you don’t like the party, then sit down. The party is choosing a nominee.”
After Cruz’s win in Wisconsin, the Trump campaign accused the Texas Senator of illegally colluding with his own Super PACs in an effort to steal the nomination from Trump.
The bombshell new polling data, from American Research Group (ARG), show Trump’s 42 percent towering over Cruz’s 32 percent in the Badger State. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, for whom it is already mathematically impossible to win the nomination outright before the GOP convention in Cleveland in July, lurks back at 23 percent.
The poll surveyed 400 likely voters and has a five percent margin of error. It was conducted from April 1 to April 3. 54 percent of likely GOP primary voters polled in Wisconsin were men, 46 percent were women.
The Washington Post‘s Chris Cillizza signaled this poll is a “siren” worth looking at.
In the video Sanders says bread lines are a good thing because in other countries where there are not breadlines people are starving to death because “the rich get all the food.”
In addition to the Sandinista government in Nicaragua, Sanders praises Fidel Castro in Cuba.
During a debate in Miami earlier this month Sanders walked back his praise of Castro and Cuba while lauding its healthcare system.
“Look, let’s look at the facts here. Cuba is, of course, an authoritarian undemocratic country, and I hope very much as soon as possible it becomes a democratic country,” he said. “But on the other hand, it would be wrong not to state that in Cuba they have made some good advances in health care. They are sending doctors all over the world. They have made some progress in education. I think by restoring full diplomatic relations with Cuba, it will result in significant improvements to the lives of Cubans and it will help the United States and our business community invest.”
Alex Jones discusses how the political establishment plans to use the delegate system to steal the nomination from GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.