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The Truth about Donald Trumps campaign is not what the MSM says

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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 11:31 AM
To watch, browse or listen to MSM and Social Media you would think that there is still no way that Donald trump can get the nomination for the GOP presidential candidate. They talk of how he is still losing and complaining about recent losses to Cruz and when he won NY there was barely a whisper as the GOP PTB knew that the ball was still rolling and will not stop. There is still talk he cannot beat Hillary in the general but look at the following.

Hare are some basic facts.

Trump has won more states than any other candidate be they Republican or Democrat.
Trump has the highest win % of any other candidate.
Trump has won the highest % of delegates vs any other candidate.
Trump also bests Hillary Clinton who has won 17 with his 18 wins.
2.5 million more people have voted for him than Ted Cruz, his next closest rival.

He is leading the latest California polls by almost 20 points. He is leading in almost all districts.


He is set to sweep all of the remaining NorthEast and he is working hard right now in Indiana. He has hired people, finally, who have been there, done that and won. Even large SuperPAC's are realizing that the fight is over and they need to align. The MSM is not heavily reporting, but, it is happening.

At this point, Cruz and Kasich should both bow out. Trump has won. Let's get ready for the next fight against Hillary Clinton.

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 11:46 AM
a reply to: matafuchs

Goes to show you how much of a farce the MSM is and who controls them.

The exact same BS can be said for the Sanders campaign. Look how many NY voters were purged just short of the primary with no hopes of getting it fixed before the vote. It was nearly 1/3 of the votes. Enough to have put Bernie in front of Hillary.

Not a peep on MSM about it, nothing but sweet praises for Hillary.

It's all a sham and it's so garbled up by laws that ain't crap we can do about it short of a revolution and throw out the current oligarchy.

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 11:47 AM
a reply to: matafuchs

I haven't heard MSM say no way. MSNBC even outlined how he can state by state. CNN too.
Those are the two I go to most often so I don't know about others.
The general consensus is that it will be Trump against Clinton come November.

Video shows the math to getting 1237 for Trump.
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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 11:47 AM
I agree, but they will fight and claw to screw him out of the nomination.
They will fight to the dirty, greasy end to keep him out of office.

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 11:59 AM
a reply to: SgtHamsandwich

Yeah not a peep on MSM.
Purged just short of the do you know when these records were purged? N.Y. Board of Elections is just starting to look into it.
1/3 of the total votes.?
Let's say 150K Voters were shut out even though that's over the actual amount of about 130k. 150,000 is 1/3 of 450,000. So according to your claim less than half a million people voted in N.Y. on Tuesday???
Plus your claim that theses votes would have put Sanders over the top assumes that every person who could not vote would have voted for Sanders meaning that no one in Brooklyn was going to vote for Trump or Cruz or Clinton.

Not a sham. Election fraud election tampering is a serious crime that none of the candidates would ever resort to. Thats preposterous. It's so far off the chart from reality it's not funny.

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:17 PM
a reply to: SgtHamsandwich

Yeah but why would I vote for Mr. Sanders? He is the only 'main line candidate' that is currently employed by 'The People'. If Trump was a Senator and not a guy that is just getting richer using our $$$ to further the illusion that We have a hand in who gets erected.. Hilarious isn't Secretary of State anymore so She isn't shirking Her duties.. Bernie is the only guy who is supposed to be representing the people yet someone else is doing His job.. (This isn't an attack on Bernie, He should be the one as Hilarious should be in Prison and Trump should be trying to finagle another golf course in Scotland.

So who is doing Bernie's job while He is out chasing votes?

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:19 PM
a reply to: Sillyolme

That is why he brought in Hanaford. Trump knew about these delegates and it was his saving grace. He allowed a few small states to go to Cruz based on non-voting. It made Cruz look bad to those who want people to vote in primaries. A non=american thing to brag about. Trump did not try to buy the delegates and could have 10x over. He is doing it honestly and A LOT of voters appreciate will look at that in November.

As far as Sanders, he is too much tax, too much promise and NOT enough content.

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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:20 PM
a reply to: matafuchs

He won't have the 1237, which means a second ballot convention more than likely.

At that point, anything can happen.

If Trump WANTS this in the bag, he needs to get to that number, period.

Otherwise, he has as much of a chance as the other tom and dick and harry on the stage that night.


posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:26 PM
a reply to: matafuchs

Yah but all those Pro Trump 'stats' are provided to us via main stream media, right? That deluge is 'unquestionable', surely.

Funny how we roll these days.

Why bother having real, one person one vote elections?

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:28 PM
a reply to: tothetenthpower

You say he won't get to 1237 like it's a fact. He is the ONLY candidate on the Republican side that isn't mathematically eliminated and has a very good chance to get to 1237.

Every time I hear he won't get "fill in the blank", he does. Why is that?
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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:41 PM
a reply to: intrptr

They are not forecasts but facts. A statistic. There are multiple routes he can take. Everyone said he would be out before the first debate. Then it was Iowa. Then he was to lose Florida. He just took NY with 60% of the vote. He is leading California.

These are facts. The point of this OP is that there is still a he is losing and will never win thought. You who are against need to start taking a true look at the opponent and not a HuffCo poll.

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:42 PM
a reply to: KawRider9

Look, I'll be the first to admit I laughed at Donald's Prospects when he started to run.

I'm not saying he doesn't have a shot, I'm saying he's not likely to get to the required clinch amount that's all.

If he does, great for him, nothing the GOP can do then. If he doesn't, well then he probably won't be the nominee.


posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 12:57 PM
a reply to: matafuchs

IF Trump doesn't have a chance is because of Trump. He has his foot so firmly stuck in his mouth a team of orthodontists couldn't remove it.

The MSM has nothing to do with it.

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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 01:11 PM
a reply to: matafuchs

Here is a thought.
It is claimed that Trump is riding a wave of disenfranchised voters. That these voters are fed up with the Washington DC cabal, and Republicans especially are fed up with the Republican Party controllers specifically.

It is claimed that Trump is an outsider. This alleged 'outsider' status is admired by many conservative voters who are fed up with the system.

It is claimed that he began this whole campaign as an underdog. Everybody loves an underdog.

So as to the MSM and their reporting on him through out? Headlines Headlines and more Headlines. Trump the early underdog. Trump the outsider. Trump against the Powers that Be. Trump the independent minded. Trump, uncontrolled by the existing power structure. He can't do it, try someone else. He can't do it, try someone else.And again. As the Republican field narrowed he still manages to fight and claw his way towards the top even though the existing powers do every thing they could to stop him.

Not to be redundant,but read that last sentence again. That is the message that is being put out every single day by the MSM. The MSM is making him out a HERO for the disenfranchised conservative voter.

Oh look, oh look. We were wrong again. We said that this guy or that guy would stop him. Oh boy were we ever wrong. Those disenfranchised conservatives are showing us their power and strength.

That is how I see the MSM treating Trump so poorly. Not at all. The whole thing is being orchestrated along with the MSM to present conservative voters with an anti-hero.
A revolutionary hero, even though we, the MSM, don't like him and think you should vote for someone else. No no, don't vote for Trump(snicker snicker) We hate him,(snicker snicker)

No, the rest of the Republican field is mamby pamby and not very good headline material. Trump though, as they say sells papers. His presence as the Republican candidate is and will continue to be front page stuff all the way to November.
The MSM LOVES DONALD TRUMP, they always have, but now even more they love DONALD TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT.

And PS. How easily can we forget what great chums he and Hillary were at one time. Recall the theories of how he was nothing more than a liberal agent in the race only to throw confusion into the Republican Party? There is much to be said that this tactic has been more successful than they could have wished for.

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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 01:42 PM
The position for POTUS has already been decided. Trump and Sanders are running to give the plebs hope that we are the true power brokers of a democratic society. I think by now,everyone should be aware that this is false.
Sadly many will hold on to this illusion of choice between a false dichotomy.
Red or Blue.
Democrat or Republican.
Liberal or Conservative.

They all work for same people and those people ain't us...
Sorry folks...Its Hilary's turn to reign.
Status quo 2017!
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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 01:45 PM
Congrats for the Don! I hope he gets the nomination.

The real problem is that he cannot beat either Democrat candidate, according to the poll averages. He's more than 10 points behind each of them.

So we can be Trump fanboys all we want, but it wont matter because a vote for Trump is a vote for another Democrat administration.
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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 03:07 PM
a reply to: matafuchs

These are facts. The point of this OP is that there is still a he is losing and will never win thought. You who are against need to start taking a true look at the opponent and not a HuffCo poll.

I have looked at Trumps record, I have never missed any of his televised appearances, I think he is very entertaining and knows exactly how to get his uneducated base all fired up. He shows unquestioning loyalty to his base and is to be commended for that but despite his tough talking, macho, tough guy persona; his body language and hand movements tell me he is a big sissy.

Nothing wrong with being a sissy btw but I just can't see him as presidential.
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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 03:20 PM
a reply to: tothetenthpower

Then who is going to be? If not Trump?

Cruz? Rubio?

Admittedly anything could happen in the scenario you posit, but for anyone but Trump, you run a very real risk of his pissed off supporters, of which there are a lot, taking their votes and either 1) voting for the Evil One. 2) voting third party--which would be totally OK with me. or 3) voting with their feet, and going home--which would be totally not cool.

There isn't a GOP member out there who can take his place--unfortunately. Cruz? Numbers speak for themselves. Rubio? Ditto. BushIII? There's a reason he dropped out--he knows no one is going to vote for him.

posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 03:26 PM
a reply to: olaru12

Ah, the good old uneducated line. Yup. All us no tooth knuckledraggin beer swiggin fag hatin shotgun shootin rocket launching GED gettin cousin humping eye too close together low income no job havin black hanging spanish bashing neo-ultra-fascist-KKKconservative followers....

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posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 03:36 PM

originally posted by: tothetenthpower
a reply to: matafuchs

He won't have the 1237, which means a second ballot convention more than likely.

He'll have the 1237 barring shenanigans.
He's posting double digit leads in Cali and PA, both winner take all for a combine 243 delegates. He's also up yuuge in Maryland and Delaware (both winner take all) for a combined 54 Delegates. He's *almost* polling with a double digit lead in yet another winner take all state, Indiana, which would give him 57 delegates if that holds. Those 5 states alone put him at 1,199... OH WAIT... New Jersey is still out there
winner take all and Trump is posting a 28 point lead in the polls. That gives him 1,250 and he doesn't even need the 5 proportional states or the couple of western winner take all states (which I expect to pull the same horsecrap CO and WY pulled to remove the will of the People from the equation).

Trump will make the GOP either nominate him outright or publicly self-immolate while honest to God conservatives roast marshmallows over the flaming carcass of the liberalized, marginalized embarassment the GOP has become.

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