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John Kasich Takes $700K From Socialist George Soros

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posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:25 PM
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I know there are some that think Kasich is a 'reasonable alternative' for the Republicans. He is not and I have been saying that all along as an Ohio resident I already knew better. Kasich embraces many liberal policies and freedom restricting ideas that make him a terrible 'conservative' candidate. As I said in another thread if you want the 'business as usual Republican' then Kasich is your man.

Now he is so desperate to stay in the race he took money from the Darth Vader of politics. Apparently Soros is the only one left willing to give him money to keep him alive until the Republicans steal the nomination from Trump. The corrupt establishment is pulling out all the stops to make sure we voters don't have a choice come November.

A choice between Hilary and the brokered Republican Kasich (who is who I think will get the nod because no way they select Cruz) is what we will get this November and Soros is making sure he backs both horses just in case.

Wake up people. You're being played.

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Apparently John Kasich will take money from anyone. After finding his campaign unable to finance ads in Utah, Kasich finally got bankrolled $700,000 to keep going — courtesy of none other than George Soros. According to Kasich, he’s just trying to keep Trump below 15 percent in Utah.




posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:34 PM
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I know there are some that think Kasich is a 'reasonable alternative' for the Republicans


Fine. You win.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:37 PM
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i knew Kasich was a sleazeball, as an Ohio man myself, but George friggin Soros? that makes me /facepalm all the way to the voting booth lol



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:44 PM
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That tells me more about George Soros' desperation to keep Trump out than it does Kasich's desperation to win.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:45 PM
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Support a candidate Soros funds? Not even once.

Kasich is exactly what most of us believe he is: a liberalized, marginalized, weak Republican infiltrator.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:45 PM
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OOOOoooo...it's up to $700K now. Soros must really be warming to Kasich...maybe it's because his board member is in control of Utah's new online Republican voting system...and we'll see a truly unexpected Kasich win there tomorrow.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:48 PM
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Soros... yup nope... he is dead to me as a possible.

Anyone that gets that kind of cash from that SOB is DOA in my book.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:48 PM
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originally posted by: IAMTAT
OOOOoooo...it's up to $700K now. Soros must really be warming to Kasich...maybe it's because his board member is in control of Utah's new online Republican voting system...and we'll see a truly unexpected Kasich win there tomorrow.


Soros' Chaos Machine is being built as we speak! Final few bolts is all it needs. 2016 is what they have been driving toward for a long time now.
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posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:51 PM
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Kasich is a potato.

He's been in government jobs for 40 years and accomplished nothing.

He's an empty suit looking for a seat to fill.

He ran for (and won) President of Ohio and thinks that gives him the mandate to win the election in November, even though he cannot get above 12% of the votes anywhere else.

He claims to be the only candidate that can beat Hillary, but he cannot even come close to fourth in a three man race.

It doesn't matter anyway. He's being played for a fool. The nominee coming out of a contested convention will be Paul Ryan.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:53 PM
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It doesn't matter anyway. He's being played for a fool. The nominee coming out of a contested convention will be Paul Ryan.


That is an interesting thought. I think it will be Kasich and Rubio, but hell anything can happen as long as they can screw over the outsiders they don't care.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:54 PM
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The only thing I'd disagree with is "Republicans steal the nomination from Trump..." Now remember Trump is a business man and He'd already be taking a reduction in salary so could DJT be purchased? I saw a quick headline that read "Trump owes $250M.." on MSN™ when I was checking out of My mail. Could Trump $ell His nomination? You know if He isn't found in some sleazebag hotel wearing Ladie's fundawear hanging from the shower, I understand He has small fingers so I'm thinking a ladies size 9 in some Mauve pumps. If He is bumped off it won't be the myocardial infarction, they will "shame Him" probably even release pics with His hair NOT combed over..

It'll be just like watching Lucifer tonight, ALL a fantasy..

namaste



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:54 PM
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originally posted by: 200Plus
Kasich is a potato.

He's been in government jobs for 40 years and accomplished nothing.

He's an empty suit looking for a seat to fill.

He ran for (and won) President of Ohio and thinks that gives him the mandate to win the election in November, even though he cannot get above 12% of the votes anywhere else.

He claims to be the only candidate that can beat Hillary, but he cannot even come close to fourth in a three man race.

It doesn't matter anyway. He's being played for a fool. The nominee coming out of a contested convention will be Paul Ryan.


You're more right than you know.
Kasich is an amiable fool...being used by George Soros, the DNC, the RNC, Hillary Clinton...and Donald Trump.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 05:20 PM
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Kasich is 1/29, has less delegates and did worse at the polls then candidates that have already dropped out like Rubio, has absolutely zero chance of getting the nomination through votes or delegates and simply refuses to drop out.

Many people believe he is an establishment plant whose sole purpose was to sit on his hands the whole election and ensure it never comes down to less than 3 candidates to force a brokered convention.



edit on 21-3-2016 by Konduit because: (no reason given)



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 05:29 PM
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originally posted by: Metallicus
I know there are some that think Kasich is a 'reasonable alternative' for the Republicans. He is not and I have been saying that all along as an Ohio resident I already knew better. Kasich embraces many liberal policies and freedom restricting ideas that make him a terrible 'conservative' candidate. As I said in another thread if you want the 'business as usual Republican' then Kasich is your man.

Now he is so desperate to stay in the race he took money from the Darth Vader of politics. Apparently Soros is the only one left willing to give him money to keep him alive until the Republicans steal the nomination from Trump. The corrupt establishment is pulling out all the stops to make sure we voters don't have a choice come November.

A choice between Hilary and the brokered Republican Kasich (who is who I think will get the nod because no way they select Cruz) is what we will get this November and Soros is making sure he backs both horses just in case.

Wake up people. You're being played.

LINK


Apparently John Kasich will take money from anyone. After finding his campaign unable to finance ads in Utah, Kasich finally got bankrolled $700,000 to keep going — courtesy of none other than George Soros. According to Kasich, he’s just trying to keep Trump below 15 percent in Utah.


I looked at the link, and it is an article, actually a blog as the author if named simply 'Lori', The video would not play and the 'quick transcript' below has a guy named Pat naming off large donors he believes to be associated with George Soros, besides the actual 202k donation from Soros. I looked for it on Breitbart and could not find it.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 06:01 PM
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1. Wants amnesty within his first 100 days
2. Supports Common Core, not school choice.
3. Instead of repeal and replace, wants to "fix" Obamacare.
4. Would have nominated anti-2nd judge Garland.

Do any of these four sound "reasonable" to you or just like more of what we've already been living with? Oh and even better, if you want theocracy, this is your guy because he attempts to justify his support his support for most of the above using religious language which is why I love it when anti-religious leftists here wax poetic over how "reasonable" he is.
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posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 06:50 PM
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Exactly.

He should be running as the 'reasonable' Democrat not a Republican.
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posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 07:10 PM
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Ok.

Absolutely no excuse to take blood money from Soros.

I didn't like Kasich on his amnesty snip, and definitely don't now.




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