posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 12:46 PM
a reply to: AVoiceOfReason:
Per The Washington Post, if Trump can't win the Republican Party nomination on the first ballot at the convention in Cleveland, Ted Cruz
will block Trump out at the end of the second ballot based on commitments from Trump delegates that they will switch from Trump to Cruz during the
second ballot voting process.
If Cruz has failed to reach majority by the conclusion of second ballot voting, then the convention could turn to any one of the candidates
who previously participated in the primaries such as Carly Fiorina or Marco Rubio, etc., or more likely they would nominate Gov. John Kasich of Ohio
who would be the only viable remaining current candidate still running other than Cruz. And It is already well known that the R.N.C. doesn't want
Cruz, or Trump, to be the party's nominee.
Even if it takes all of the above to play out, IMHO, the convention should choose Kasich, clearly the finest person out there to guide
our country forward in these most troubling of times!