December 1, 2015, - 1:58 pm

The GOP Will Try to Screw Trump Out of Nomination: Here’s How It Goes Down

By Debbie Schlussel

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Donald Trump will probably win the vast majority of delegates in state Republican primaries and caucuses. So, GOP establishment types have a plan: to screw him out the nomination. And here’s how they’re gonna do it.

Trump has led in the national polls consistently for over six months. That isn’t going to change, unless someone finds a dead body and he’s holding the bloody knife. Even if that happens, his supporters probably still won’t care. I’ve been saying for months now that I believe Donald Trump will be the Republican Party nominee and that he will lose the Presidential election to Hillary because the Democrat party will engage in their usual sleaze and fraud by getting all the dead people, illegal aliens, and other ineligible ghosts to vote, and by engaging in other smoke and mirrors with election night vote-counting, absentee ballots, and the like.

But I believe the real race for the Republican nomination will happen at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July. This is why I believe John Ellis Bush Bush a/k/a Jeb Bush is staying in the race. Normally at this stage, a loser like that, who never picked up steam and keeps deflating would get some class and drop out, admitting it’s over for him. But despite his blue blood, noblesse oblige upbringing, he has as much class and dignity as a street fighter on crack (ditto for the rest of the pretentious Bush family–remember, Prescott Bush did biz with Hitler). Jeb’s thinking like Leslie Gore. “It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to . . . when I want to.” Bush was the frontrunner at the beginning of the race before Trump entered and was the prettier girl at the party, taking all the attention away. And all of the GOP establishment donors bet the house on him, donating big bucks. This has enabled his campaign to stay afloat, where others were forced to drop out. And he’s laid off enough staff and done enough to just stay afloat until the convention.

And that’s where the plan will be hatched. Unlike the Democrat Party, the Republican Party doesn’t have superdelegates who can swing it for Bush. But it does have an equivalent: each state has at least three “unpledged” delegates, delegates that are usually the Republican State Chairman (I hate that word, “Chair” but the RNC is as PC as the Dems) and the two Republican National Committee members. Those are mostly Bush establishment types. For example, Michigan’s Republican Party chief is an inexperienced liberal RINO chick who got the job because she exited the right vaginal canal. Ronna Romney McDaniel is the niece of Mitt Romney. Her mother is Ronna Romnehy, the anti-Semitic, slutty gold-digger who was once married to Scott Romney (her father), the liberal Republican, pro-abortion brother of Mitt. Ronna Junior is in the tank for Jeb. And so are most of her ilk. That’s 150 delegates who can and will mostly vote against Trump when this goes to the convention. And I predict it will.

This won’t be one of the typical Republican conventions in which the liberal establishment and the media accept Donald Trump as the nominee. They will fight tooth and nail to deny him. He knows that, and it’s why he’s backing away from his pledge to support the eventual Republican nominee. And while Trump is leading in the polls, he generally is getting between 30 and 40 percent of those polls. Who is getting the rest? Other GOP candidates and “nobody/unsure.” As the field narrows, John Kasich and HAMAS Chris ChrispieCreme will have to quit the race. They don’t have Jeb’s financial reserves. They will pledge their delegates to Bush or Senate Amnesty-Pimp Marco Boobio Rubio. And the GOP establishment will try to get the “unsure” and “I don’t know” delegates to vote for Bush or Rubio.

And then there are other delegates. Just because you are elected a “Trump delegate,” doesn’t mean you are required to vote that way at the convention. And there will be some fakes: pretenders who pretend to be Trumpians but turn traitor at the convention. Then, there are the Trump delegates who get picked off by promises from GOP insiders. Remember, politics is the business of whores and pimps, even on the Republican side of the aisle. Maybe, especially on the GOP side of the aisle.

And the GOP has a bad habit of giving delegate positions to officeholders, who generally tend to be establishment RINOs. For instance, conservative pretender Bill Schuette, who is Michigan’s Attorney General and poses as a Tea Party conservative (he is anything but) because he wants to be Governor and believes he’ll be President (it’ll never happen). If he were such a right-winger, why did he endorse Jeb, even while Jeb was sinking like a rock? Check out Schuette’s voting record as a Congressman. He was one of the most liberal Republicans in Congress and one of the few GOP Members of the House to oppose Ronald Reagan on aid to the Nicaraguan Freedom Fighters. Yup, Schuette was on the side of the brutal, anti-Semitic, Soviet-sponsored Sandinista Marxists (and when he campaigned for Attorney General, he proudly held a fundraiser with Hezbollah agents and supporters in Dearbornistan). He’ll be a GOP delegate, and he’ll vote for Bush. There are many other GOP officeholders like him who will vote for Bush on the first ballot, and the second one. Yes, I think there will be multiple ballots on this thing . . . even if–no, even when–Donald Trump cleans up on Super Tuesday.

The GOP establishment is not going to give up on this thing. And if there’s a way they can screw Donald Trump out of the nomination at the Quicken Loans Arena in mid-July, they’ll do it. That’ll be a huge mistake because Trump supporters will rightly feel robbed, and they’ll stay home on election day. And the GOP, which is so concerned about reaching minorities, will have screwed over the candidate who most appeals to Blacks, Hispanics, women, and others: Trump. So, good luck with that, RINO establishment gang-bangers.

We know the GOP is going to try to rob Trump. The question is, what will Trump do to stave them off? We know he won’t go quietly and he never wimps out on a fight. That’s what makes him one of the most attractive candidates for Prez.

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Longtime readers know I haven’t been a fan of Donald Trump over time. He has a track record of pandering to and promoting extremist Muslims by engineering a win of his Miss USA pageant by a Hezbollah Muslim and blocking the media from asking her questions about it. He’s also pals with Palestinian Muslim Farouk Shami, a HAMAS/Arafat supporter who is the son of a Palestinian terrorist, openly hates White people (he calls them lazy), supports illegal alien amnesty, and is the owner of Chi hair products. Trump made Shami a judge of his pageants for several years in a row and promoted Shami’s Chi products, despite Shami’s statements and actions. And Trump has a long history of doing business with the Muslim world, including hotels in anti-Semitic, anti-Israel apartheid states like Dubai, where he has at least one hotel.

Track records are important. That said, while Trump is not my favorite GOP Presidential candidate (I like Ted Cruz the best), he’s my second favorite. I like what he’s saying, even though he’s a flip-flopper extraordinaire, and I don’t believe he believes in much of what he’s saying now. For instance, as I’ve pointed out, he’s been all over the map on the Syrian Muslim “refugees,” telling Bill O’Reilly one night that he’d take them in (“you have to”), telling Sean Vannity the next night that he would not let them in, telling the hags of “The View” the following morning that he’d take them in, and then reversing course yet again. This guy changes his view on taking in Muslim immigrants more often then some people change underwear.. I also don’t believe a lot of what he claims will happen. I don’t believe he’ll finish the fence on our Southern border, and it’s laughable that he’ll get Mexico to pay for it.

There is something about Donald Trump’s charisma and lack of apology and backtracking (other than his initial flip-flop-flip-flop-flip on the Syrian Muslims) that is refreshing and attractive. So, if he is still leading in the polls when I vote in Michigan (and Ted Cruz doesn’t improve, though he’s inching up), I will probably vote for Trump. I’d take him any day of the week over Hillary Clinton, and I like him infinitely better than Mitt Romney, the father of Obamacare, who would have been worse than George W. Bush.

Now, I don’t believe for a second that Donald Trump who gets the nomination or may end up in the White House will be the same Donald Trump who is running for the Republican nomination. He’s an actor–a showman, who changed his stripes because he wants to be President. I believe he never really meant to run. He was just flirting with it to promote “The Apprentice,” as he’s done several times before. But this time, when he attacked Mexican illegal aliens, NBC dumped him from his show, and, so, he was stuck. And not only was he stuck, but he was leading in the polls, and thought, “Hey, I could actually win this thing.” And he may well.

But it won’t be without a fight from the Republican establishment trying to snatch it away from him in any way possible, even if it isn’t aboveboard. If you think you’ve seen everything from liberal Democrat dirty tricksters, you haven’t seen Republican establishment dirty tricksters in action.

They’re a lot more devious and evil. And they gave us eight years of Obama (which came only because they gave us eight years of George W. Bush).

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51 Responses

Remember what the Republican Party did to Ron Paul supporters, when he was the most popular candidate.

One thing that really bothers me is that NO candidate ever refers to the Constitution of the United States of America (except Ron Paul, back in the day), and/or inalienable rights of individual citizens.

Further, none of the public debate moderators ever asks candidates questions about the Constitution of the United States of America and/or inalienable rights of individual citizens.

John Robert Mallernee on December 1, 2015 at 2:19 pm

Trump probably won’t be able to do what he wants because there are powerful forces in both parties that like things the way they are and they’re terrified of Trump’s populist American nationalism.

Debbie, you’re right he doesn’t have the track record and credentials to be a movement conservative. But to his credit, he doesn’t make that claim nor do people inclined to vote for him.

I really do believe he wants “America to be great again” and you won’t find another candidate on either side of the political divide who believes in American greatness and the need to restore it.

We haven’t had a candidate since Ronald Reagan who is proud of our country and has good things to say about it and its values.
That’s why Trump is leading in the polls, attracts enormous crowd and is the only candidate who could seriously defeat Hillary Clinton. He has star power.

If the GOP denies him the nomination, I do not intend to vote for any one else it might plan to run in his stead. We’d get Clinton then but the GOP establishment would prefer her over Trump and even over a real conservative. I’m inclined to vote for Trump because he is an agent of much needed change.

We won’t get it but what Trump started is going to be a force for goo in the long run, no matter what happens next year.

NormanF on December 1, 2015 at 2:32 pm

Anyone is better than any Democrat, especially the corrupt, unctuous Hillary Rodham.

JeffT on December 1, 2015 at 2:33 pm

If the Trump campaign doesn’t accomplish anything else, it will show the liberalism of the Republican establishment, the politicians, commentators, taking heads, and so on.

Trump’s campaign has shown that all of these people are unreservedly for amnesty, and for the suppression of information of Muslim crimes. Hundreds of thousands, possibly millions of people have become aware of this in recent months. I have never seen the Republican establishment and their minions attack anyone with the ferocity they have gone after Trump, with the possible exception of Goldwater in 1964, but even then, Goldwater was one of them in the sense that at least he was a Senator, so there was a little restraint then. There is none, now.

While I don’t think Trump will lead a third party on a permanent or ongoing basis, denying him the nomination by underhanded means will mean a giant step forward towards that goal. If he is denied the nomination by such a method, not only will people stay at home, but will become, in many cases, permanent foes of the Republican establishment.

It is too bad that the campaign is essentially a one-man show. Others would have to form a third party, and no visible candidates for this seem to be on the horizon.

Trump has done something that Cruz has not done. He has been able to produce one mass rally after another, in all parts of the country. It will be interesting to see what all these people do if Trump is denied the nomination, or if he lurches to the left. I think that in the long term they will do more than stay home, especially in an environment where so many so-called conservative commentators have been totally discredited and shown as proponents of amnesty and kowtowing to Muslims.

As an example, the self-serving character of almost all the mass media in denying that Muslims celebrated 9/11 has made an impression on many, many people, especially as the writers of contemporaneous accounts now say that uh, the articles or TV clips should have been, er, um, ‘edited’ more.

I think Cruz continues to have a very cautious attitude, attempting to maintain his conservative credentials, but, at the same time, burning as few bridges to the Establishment as possible. He does not seem, for instance, to be encouraging very many mass rallies at this point.

There is a huge amount of rank-and-file discontent in this country. It has expressed itself imperfectly through Sarah Palins campaign activities, and through the Tea Party. But every time there is a new expression of this discontent, it grows stronger, and, I am convinced, sooner or later will lead to a redefinition of American politics.

Little Al on December 1, 2015 at 2:43 pm

I agree with Debbie. Donald Trump is a flawed candidate, but he really does stand out from the pack. If the Republican Party seriously tries to cheat him out of the nomination through nefarious means, they will rue the day. Without Trump supporters, the party has no possibility of capturing the White House. Also, there is a very serious possibility that Trump supporters would simply walk away from the Republican Party for good, which would be the beginning of the end for that party.

Worry on December 1, 2015 at 3:03 pm

    Worry, if the GOPe manages to screw Trump, he’s more likely than not to run third party. This is only in the case of a blatant screw. Given Trump’s ability to dominate other Republicans, he might even get a plurality of the popular vote. I can’t believe I’m saying this because this kind of thing just doesn’t happen. But Trump doesn’t happen either.

    Just note that it was the illegals that rocketed Trump to the top. This was the one huge issue that had been suppressed by both partie, with majorities of BOTH party masses closer to Trump than to elites. While I predicted years ago that a candidate who would be good on illegals would find support, I guess it didn’t occur to me that only a self-funding candidate like Trump could pull it off.

    skzion on December 1, 2015 at 3:33 pm

That would be an utterly foolish move by the GOP. SOOO stubborn.

Hillel on December 1, 2015 at 3:14 pm

These efforts to suppress Trump are serious: https://t.co/5l6eBSuxBj

Worry on December 1, 2015 at 4:11 pm

One of the reasons behind Trump’s phenomenal popularity is that he is an alpha male. People respond positively to it.

None of the other GOP male candidates has testosterone and none of them wear well as men.

And he has a model trophy wife and a very attractive family.

We don’t have that kind of traditional American breadwinner family any more.

Trump is the quintessential successful American man and people like that a lot along with his blunt, plain-spoken candor.

NormanF on December 1, 2015 at 4:12 pm

I am buying a Glock tomorrow. I am not waiting until uncle Huessein gets back to Washington….

karen on December 1, 2015 at 4:14 pm

Donald Trump will be the Republican Party nominee and that he will lose the Presidential election to Hillary because the Democrat party will engage in their usual sleaze and fraud by getting all the dead people, illegal aliens, and other ineligible ghosts to vote, and by engaging in other smoke and mirrors with election night vote-counting, absentee ballots, and the like.

Exactly.

DS_ROCKS! on December 1, 2015 at 6:02 pm

I’ve said from about mid-July to many many people that NO MATTER WHAT happens…it’s either Rubio or Bush as the nominee period. Incredible forces at play not to mention the billions involved…either upfront or on the backend.
Exactly what is difference between J.E.B. / Rubio and the Dems?? J.E.B. gave HR Clinton a fricken award for service…Rubio has Vegas AND Silicon Valley as endorsers…
In 2008, ol’ McCain was hovering at/about 5-7%…almost of RADAR then…WHAM! He shot at/above 25%…and Voila, nominee. I’d vote for Trump just to tick off the establishment Republicrat party….some “party” eh?
Great insight D.S.!

Sick_Boy on December 1, 2015 at 9:14 pm

Who else is there? Schmuckabee? Rubio? Cruz? Kasich? I don’t like any of them. Trump is the man, whether by default or skill. I’ll go with him. Anything to keep Hillary out of the White House.

Primetime on December 1, 2015 at 10:02 pm

I to am no supporter or fan of Donald Trump, but I suspect that if Mr. Trump get’s the nominee that or predictions could be into fruition of the Republican establishment will do anything to undermine the man. If such sequences occur, then presumably, they (the Republicans) will run “Jeb Bush” as a third party candidate on either the Libertarian or Independent ticket?

Speaking of Independent and Libertarian, I think that I’ll be voting for “Jim Webb” (my other favorites are John Kasich, Rand Paul and Martin O’Malley, my worst candidates are Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders), because to me he seems to be the only “traditionalist” (look up either Edmund Burke or John Locke’s philosophies to see were I’m coming from with traditionalism) in the primaries for either the Republicans or Democrats, because Webb is running on a “classic-liberal” platform. And if I vote for Webb, then it’ll possibly take away votes from the Democrats, where it’ll probably be Ms. Clinton.

As for Donald Trump, his policies are WAY too flawed for me were I won’t vote for him, for instance, his state-of-nature metaphysics for this country is that he views this nation as a corporation, were he’s the “CEO” of the US instead of the president, and his views on immigration is just too much for me of him being a jingoistic nationalist and antithetical to international trade & argued against vaccinations (Senator Sanders has nationalistic views of immigration, opposes TPP and is skeptical of GMO/Monsanto)!

Sean R. on December 1, 2015 at 10:09 pm

Debbie, I agree that the GOP establishment would like to sabotage Trump on the grounds that he can’t beat Clinton. However, I have my doubts on whether they’ll actually go ahead w/ it, given the risks.

Unlike others in GOP history, Trump has one thing that nobody else did. Along w/ his yuggggge name recognition, he also has support of independents that no one else had. People who are not Liberals, but certainly not Conservative either. The same sort of people who may have rallied behind a Jesse Ventura or a Ross Perot, but not behind a Bush or a McCain.

If he is the GOP nominee, he can win the election, since he’s not likely to be silent about any of the Clinton dirty tricks, and is capable of suing them and making them look ugly. However, if the GOP denies him the nomination by going around the process, he can run as an independent and guarantee their defeat, since the anti-Liberal vote would be split b/w him and the rest of the GOP.

I’ll post the rest in another post, since recent long posts of mine have tended to get interecepted. Dunno whether the site here is designed that way…

Infidel on December 1, 2015 at 10:12 pm

A major hurdle that the GOP establishment would face in trying to get an alternative to Trump is that he’s not the only candidate they don’t want to see w/ the nomination. Like they won’t back Cruz or Carson.

Right now, while Trump has 20-30% of the GOP vote, a lot of the people who hate him within the party are rallied behind Carson, who has a personality totally the opposite of Trump. I don’t see Carson supporters leaving him for Bush or Rubio. And the only way the establishment can beat Trump would be to rally all the anti-Trump votes behind their preferred candidate.

And Cruz is another person the establishment loathes. Starting from the president 43 on down. While almost all the GOP candidates seem to hate Trump, there are 2 exceptions – Cruz and Huckabee. Maybe Santorum as well. While Huckabee & Santorum may not get many votes to matter one way or the other to the establishment, Cruz does. Question is whether the GOP establishment would try to suck up to him to join them against Trump, as well as whether he’d oblige. So far, in this campaign, he has been very supportive of Trump, preferring him to the establishment guys.

Since the GOP doesn’t have the White House and Paul Ryan is just doing the minimum to run the party in the House, it’s acting leader is Reince. He needs to rein in the loose cannons of the party and make it clear to them that they need to rally behind whoever wins the nomination. If they don’t, they can’t complain in future elections if anti-Liberal politicians do independent runs for the White House, ignoring the GOP altogether.

Infidel on December 1, 2015 at 10:21 pm

    But Infidel, what if the GOP elites prefer Hillary to Trump?

    What if, alternatively, they’re playing the long game that some of us are playing: being willing to see Dem elected this time in order to get the GOP elites to stop pushing RINOs on us in the future? I have assumed that they would chicken out (it’s a chicken game), but how do we know?

    skzion on December 2, 2015 at 3:25 am

      Let the “GOP elites” take their 0.01 percent of the vote and give it to Hillary. Trump doesn’t need them.

      If we were talking about Ted Cruz, then yes, we’d have a problem if that 0.01 percent withheld their contributions. But if Trump is nominated, and he’s willing to spend some of his own money, that won’t be a problem, either. Trump is able to get tons of free air time even without spending money.

      Len on December 6, 2015 at 12:26 pm

I hope Trump gets assed out and runs as Independent and takes out the GOP for good… bury the GOP and lets see pundits like Greg Gutless, Dana “Thug in a skirt” Perino, Tantaros, Bildo Oreily, Meghan McCain, Abby Cuntsman all go down as the party is torn up…. Let Fox be an outlet for the likes of Limousine Repukes like Bloomberg, Addelson, Steve Wynn, Joke Bros….they are no use for real Conservatives

The Chosen One on December 1, 2015 at 10:35 pm

For the record, I’m currently undecided b/w Trump, Carson & Cruz. Cruz is my favorite as well, but has limited reach outside the Conservative movement, unlike Trump. Carson seems to be one of the few to realize the true face of Islam.

While I like almost all of Cruz’s policies, he tends to use euphamisms like ‘Islamism’, ‘Radical Islam’, ‘Radical Islamic Terrorism’ when he’s describing plain & simple Islam. Particularly annoying is his holding up of Egypt’s president Cici as a model Muslim. Maybe for Cruz, but Cici doesn’t have hordes of Muslims looking up to him as a role model for their faith the way the guys @ ISIS do for people from Philippines to Minneapolis.

I tend to like Carson for pointing out that all of the dysfunctionality within Islam is a result of the life and teachings of Mohammed. He is also well aware of taquiyya. My only fear about him is that the people around him who are coaching him could coach him into a vacillating position, undermining his utility in this role. He needs to be the one educating them, not vice versa.

On Trump, I am optimistic for one reason. While he has his connections to Dubai or Rimah Faqih, the #1 thing that matters to him is his own greatness, as well as perception. He knows that Muslims are behind most of the damage being done in the world, and unlike Obama, he’s not gonna put his reputation on the line covering for them. If he sees them creating problems – which they being Muslims are not gonna stop doing – he’ll go after them. The reason for that may well be that he looks good doing so, as opposed to that being the right thing to do. But in the end, that’s what will matter.

So I’m open to supporting any of the above 3. Of the remaining guys in the GOP field, I’d be more lukewarm in supporting them, although I can’t see myself supporting Lindsay Graham, who is nothing but John McCain but not as old

Infidel on December 1, 2015 at 10:36 pm

If Trump cleans up in the primaries and the GOP steals the nomination from him, Trump WILLl run as a third-party candidate. And no matter who wins the general election, the Jeb-or-whoever turncoat would almost certainly be a lock to come in at THIRD PLACE.

If the GOP actually tried it, you would see the birth of a second party in America – and it would hatch directly out of the shattered husk of the zero-electoral-votes Jeb Bush machine.

Len on December 1, 2015 at 11:09 pm

Debbie was right. They’ll be more voters in Cleveland than there are adults. The Zombie Democrats, who rise from the grave every four years to cast a ballot.

adam on December 2, 2015 at 2:25 am

The Dems along with Soros control the voting machines. Sad but true. Doesn’t Soros have a controlling interest in Diebold?

Fred on December 2, 2015 at 7:50 am

    They don’t need to control a thing. The RNC keeps eating its own. It will happen again and we get Hillary. It has to be one of the two royals families that get the job, both DNC and RNC have decided that for us.

    John on December 2, 2015 at 10:27 am

Any outsider is better than someone from the Dem/Rep virtual one party system. We want real change and not the good cop/bad cop game played every election cycle. The Dems/Reps only want to maintain the status quo and stay in power.

myother on December 2, 2015 at 9:31 am

DS is correct. You only have to look at what happened in Colorado, when the Republican party didn’t like the candidate and withdrew support and stated eating their own. It is why we have Hickenlooper (or “Chicken pox” as spell check wants to change it to..Ha) as Governor, no way he would have won in a Republican dominated election, but the Colorado Republican party is a miniature of the National Party and big power and big money don’t want anyone different. trump should study what happened in Colorado abnd few years back. They keep running old Republican guard, Hannity, and the idiot O’reilly just keep them fed. As a very solid Republican voter, I am getting tired of the old Republican guard and they will lose elections all the the time until they wake up. We have tio fired all the old timers in the RNC, they are also ruining this country!

John on December 2, 2015 at 10:17 am

Fantastic column!

But I ask again…How come Trump never slags Cankles the way he ought to? That worries me. A LOT.

Skunky on December 2, 2015 at 10:25 am

Let NO one be surprised at ANYTHING that takes place on the campaign trail in 2016.

Mr. Adamo has regaled us with details/scenarios on the assassination of President Kennedy, and why certain forces (people) in “this once great republic” come to conclusions regarding something called expediency.

When certain very powerful people in the United States agree to come to a uniform conclusion regarding expediency, they can make certain things happen. It is obvious that the Republican establishment, who fought hard against Ronald Reagan, is a very powerful conglomerate.

Part of their mission is to continue to fight against Reagan by misrepresentation of his positions, accomplishments, and overall legacy. By miscontruing and miseducating people regarding Ronald Reagan’s legacy, they shape thought processes, opinions, and thereby, voting habits.

If ANY one of the current Republican candidates OUTSIDE of the confines of the thought processes of the establishment, gets “too big for his britches,” he (or she), will be taken out, . . .

one way . . .

or another.

Do NOT be surprised, nor in denial at the possibility of a seemingly extreme scenario. The Word of God plainly tells us that Satan is the god of this age. Therefore, The Lord has allowed (not gleefully) Satan to have control of the machinations that shape this age.

This is of course not to say that the powers that be knowingly or willingly worship Satan. They all THINK that they have the best intentions and best ideas on how to govern society at large. But we all know that old saying about what the road to hell is paved with, don’t we?

God does not take pleasure in suffering, as His Word plainly and quite accurately states. But he allows misery to take place because only He understands the way to shape and discipline stubborn humanity in to what we were supposed to be in the first place. And what that is, is to be instruments fit for HIS purpose.

But until The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ fulfills His promise to return and take His rightful place on the throne of the universe, God will allow humanity to go its (Satan’s) own way. This is to make something very clear, that ONLY God’s way is beneficial and true. ONLY by going its own way and seeing the resultant disaster, can humans be properly educated in to submitting to The Lord’s Will.

Do not rule ANY scenario out on the 2016 campaign trail. We live in a frightening world, which is about to plunge in to the worst time of trouble in all of human history.

Just imagine that. WORSE than the horrors, atrocities, and living conditions brought on by WW’s I and II combined. It’s coming, it’s coming soon, and no place on earth will be safe, contrary to previous history, when there were pockets of safety to be found.

The assassination premise has already been raised in a recent comments thread here. Do NOT rule it out.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 2, 2015 at 11:12 am

Yes, I can spell misconstruing, for anyone who caught that. Occasional typos do work their way in to my posts, but it’s less than one per post, LOL!!! This is the first time I chose to point it out. I am saddled with the burdensome and negative character trait of perfectionism. I hate working on something so diligently, only to read it back after posting and catch a typo.

ROTFLMAO!!!

Other examples of expediency besides JFK can be picked randomly out of recent history.

Dr. King, Robert F. Kennedy, “Crazy” Joe Gallo, “Big Paul” Castellano, Bruce Lee, Brandon Lee, just to name a few.

Although the true nature of the death of Steve Prefontaine has been skewed, it may not have been based on a collective decision with regard to expediency. I DO believe that Mr. Prefontaine was headed for a career in politics, and that there MAY have been a collective decision.

However, a recent article at Track and Field News uncovering details which were quickly dismissed and covered up 40 years ago, reveal something of a more personal nature, with regard to certain individuals in that sphere.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 2, 2015 at 11:54 am

.. and this is why I hate the RNC as much as I despise Democrats ..

jack on December 2, 2015 at 11:57 am

The assassination premise has already been raised in a recent comments thread here. Do NOT rule it out.

I thought he would be too high-profile for them to try to assassinate (like Breitbart, Joan Rivers, grandma Obola , Hawaii sec’y, the choir boys, et al.), but a plane crash would be very plausible.

DS_ROCKS! on December 2, 2015 at 11:59 am

    Aye, aye, SIR!!!

    Remember Ron Brown, and what he said before HIS ill fated plane crash? Not to mention the 60 other bodies strewn behind The Great StainMaker and The Dragon Lady. I used to have a copy of that list, along with the bogus causes of death associated with each.

    Not to mention that Ron Brown was also said to have a bullet hole in his head when the wreck was found. Guess a plane crashing in to a mountain wasn’t enough insurance for the powers that be.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 2, 2015 at 12:07 pm

      Alfredo,

      I too had a printout of all of the bodies that were left in the wake of Der Slickster and his old lady the PIAPS. The ones that stuck out to me the most were Ron Brown and Vice Foster. One supposedly had a bullet hole in the head from a plane crash and the other was a suicide after shooting himself in the back of the head. It still strikes me as funny that the dimwitocrats want the “female” half of this corrupt duo back in the White House.

      Ken B on December 2, 2015 at 3:22 pm

        Were you a Bob Grant listener, by any chance?

        Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 2, 2015 at 5:09 pm

Good day To you Dear Debbie!Please feel free to share any comment i make here in your Blogs Today and in the future in my google homepage Usa America under my first and last name! Thank you Kindlly Dear Debbie! Madamme Hillary will not be the winner! As a very strong Conservative Republican Christian and a very strong supporter of Israel We Have great Republican Leaders! I Personally have not made up my mind who will i vote for in the Republican Party in 2016!I want our next U.S.President to follow our Wonderful President Ronald Reagans Path! With Respect! Tirdad Gharib!

Tirdad Gharib on December 2, 2015 at 12:54 pm

Thanks for this incisive article. Is there any conceivable chance that the FBI when finished with their investigation of her emails, indicts Hillary prior to the election?

Nancy B on December 2, 2015 at 1:47 pm

    There IS a chance, Nancy B. I know you didn’t ask me, and I won’t pretend to speak for Debbie, but she’s a consummate realist, as I am.

    Erego, the answer to your question is . . .

    if it snows in New York City on July 31, 2016.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 2, 2015 at 1:52 pm

Debbie,

My humble suggestion to the Donald is to over book the convention. Then have his bouncers at EVERY door. Refuse to allow anybody to enter but his REAL KNOWN supporters. Keep the people you are suggesting will undermine the convention. Allow only selected press members in. Let the progressive press go wild over this.

Panhandle on December 2, 2015 at 1:59 pm

ROTFLMAO!!! I love Panhandle’s plan. If only.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 2, 2015 at 2:01 pm

Well, Alfredo had his theories regarding Jesus and God da father, and no doubt that damn pigeon, too. But Jews must not rely on G-d to go our heavy lifting, and we cannot allow this world to go to pot.

Nobody has taken up my rumination that the GOP elite might actually prefer the Dem elites to Trump or Cruz, the latter as close to a real conservative as we’re likely to get. Or, the GOP elite may prefer to slug it out in the short term to intimidate those who reject them.

In either case, but especially the former, we need a strategy. The issue is great either Trump or Cruz might well be worse than Hillary add far as the GOPe (GOP establishment) is concerned.

skzion on December 2, 2015 at 3:04 pm

Sorry for all that autocorrect garbage in the last sentence.

“The issue is whether Trump or Cruz might be worse than Hillary as far as the GOPe (GOP establishment) is concerned.”

skzion on December 2, 2015 at 3:07 pm

    “The issue is whether Trump or Cruz might be worse than Hillary as far as the GOPe (GOP establishment) is concerned.”

    Makes sense. I think you’re right about this.

    Wall street mega-bailout by Obola, large dependent class via immigration or unemployment to keep wages down and profits up, enlargement of government = more power for politician class, exemption from Obolcare for same and their staffs, etc. benefits GOPers as well as Dems and their corporate overlords.

    DS_ROCKS! on December 2, 2015 at 7:58 pm

skzion, of course you are right about the GOP elites. I have felt that for the last several election cycles, i.e. Romney, McCain and probably Bush 43, the Republicans’ main aim was not so much to win the Presidency as to prevent a conservative from getting the Republican nomination.

How else to explain their apparently suicidal reliance on candidates that they know cannot win. Illegal immigration, and now, more and more, legal immigration with all the political schemes that we see, seems to be a defining issue for them.

Little Al on December 2, 2015 at 3:08 pm

Unless the Republicans have changed their rules (They may have, I honestly don’t know) I don’t see how the Republicans can screw him.

The old rules which I assume are still in play make each state’s primary winner take all. This rule could allow Trump to have such a huge lead going into the convention that no matter what the RNC does at the convention Trump will still get the nomination.

That having been said, while there are still many delegates to be chosen the RNC could “set up” Trump like CREEP (Committe to REElect the President – the Nixon campaign) set up Ed Muskie before the New Hampshire primary in 1972 (They planted a false story about him. This forced Muskie out of the race and paved the way for McGovern whom CREEP wanted to run against.

I_AM_ME on December 2, 2015 at 3:23 pm

One more thing about Trump that I think gives him a big advantage is a Reaganesque quality of his that many Conservatives – like Brit Hume, Krauthammer et al insist on denying.

That he can reach out directly to the public. Reagan used to do it when he ran things, and Trump, via Twitter, can directly reach his audience, totally bypassing NBC, CNN and even Fox. That’s another reason the media loathe him. Earlier, they were just losing print sales, but now, people can hear from the ones they like on Twitter w/o having to touch the media in the first place.

Infidel on December 2, 2015 at 4:21 pm

Presidential elections are and have been fixed for a long time. I don’t think it matters who the nominee are. The ruling class has already made their pick.

Tommy Thomas on December 2, 2015 at 10:41 pm

Strange.

I haven’t been reading your column lately, but I like Ted Cruz the best too.

After that, I tend to like Mike Huckabee.

Trump is the class clown. He’s drawing attention away from the Democrats. But like Barack O’Bama, he has no voting record in public office. Campaign promises are not binding. Once elected, Trump can do as he pleases.

Trump vs. Rodham is the devil you don’t know vs. the devil you know. Either way, we’re screwed.

There is NO Santa Claus on December 9, 2015 at 10:56 pm

Trump’s famous daughter, Ivanka, had a Halachic Jewish conversion when she married. Her Hebrew name is Yael.

Jews for Cruz!! He is unabashedly the most pro-Israel, pro-Jewish, anti-Muslim candidate.

Unlisted on December 18, 2015 at 11:43 am

If the GOP rob trump of his nomination I will vote for Clinton in retaliation ! Also if they do that Trump should run as an independent and he might win that way

Mr big on March 19, 2016 at 11:32 pm

you people are warped in mind !

dennis deatherage on April 3, 2016 at 10:49 am

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