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Exit polls hint at big Donald Trump night (April 26 primaries)

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posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 04:16 AM

I’ve been supporting Trump 100% since the debate moderated by Megan Kelly on august 6, 2015.

This was all I needed:

Political correctness is not only a huge problem in politics. It is something I have been fighting all my life, all around me.

PC = groupthink. Groupthink is based on fear of not belonging. It takes tremendous courage to resist that.

Groupthink stigmatises, individualism connects. Think about that, because that’s exactly what we are seeing!

This whole movement is about a much needed revolution of the individual mind. Without it, we sell our soul. Trump embodies this like no-one else before him in US politics. But I must admit that I didn’t expect so many Americans to catch on. So Trump is in the right place at the right time. If he wins the presidency, it won’t take long for everyone else to realise that he is a Godsend.


posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 04:41 AM
Bernie is technically an independent right?

Wonder what would happen if Trump asked him to be his VP...

That could bring some interesting fireworks to the election process.. Doubt it would happen but it would certainly flip the establishment on its ear.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 05:30 AM
RNC:"trump lay down your delegates....."
Trump: "establishment come and take them!"

all he needs is 150-175 delgates from ca and it looks like he will sweep new Jersey with those there is no way he does not get the nomination hes sitting at 898 of 1237 delegates with 634 delegates left to distribute (172 ca,21 NJ=1091) that means he only needs to take indiana,west virgina,nebraska and montana to completely guarantee it

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 06:22 AM
In any fair and just system where the establishment actually cared about what their own members want he'd already have won by now. Instead their absolutely, 100% committed to telling their members what they want, and committing suicide in the process.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 06:37 AM

originally posted by: xuenchen
Have to change channels now.

The raspy whiskey voice is ready to talk.

Too bad you changed channels. You could have heard a difference in the speeches of Clinton and Trump.
One sounded sure, clear, and focused on the job ahead and the other played school yard bully with the name calling and mocking. The difference is so sharply outlined. One a professional the other an entertainer. Such a total difference.
One with clear cut realistic plans one with crazy pipe dreams . November is going to see a slaughter.
Hillary Rodham Clinton. Madam President.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 06:41 AM
a reply to: DBCowboy

No it won't.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 06:50 AM
a reply to: carewemust

Too bad you missed the best speech for the night. The difference in intelligence, in education and experience is so marked when you compare the two. It's like adult and child difference.
After listening to both the winner come November is so clear. No one will want the Orange clown he sounds so dumb compared to Hillary.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 06:53 AM
a reply to: Kangaruex4Ewe

No he's not right. This won't drive anyone insane. There is no one on the republican side that can beat Hillary so it doesn't matter who wins their nomination.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 06:56 AM

originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
a reply to: argentus

I have seen quite a few polls that say Bernie supporters would vote for Trump if Bernie wasn't an option. I would vote Bernie myself if Trump was not an option and it would help keep Cruz, Kasich, or Clinton out of the WH. I am not scared of his "socialism" as there isn't much that he could get done through congress on that front.

This whole election has been like nothing I have ever seen. I am almost addicted to watching it play by play at this point.

I agree though. The GOP has some decisions to make. They can take a chance at winning with Trump or outright lose by defying the people. The choice seems obvious to me and most others but I suppose they are dragging it out in hopes that something... anything will stop what is likely unstoppable at this time. Maybe their question is would they rather lose with someone else than win with Trump and that's petty BS IMO.

Well, I'll confirm that. Not speaking for other Sanders supporters, just for myself. Corruption is my main concern and voting via party lines is only fueling the fire in my opinion. I think voting for Trump is a long shot, but better than no shot also.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 07:09 AM
a reply to: carewemust

Umm Bernie is the one touting free college. Gee you're really up on Hillary's platform .
What does trump say about college costs? He says ....nothing. he says he will have jobs waiting for them when they graduate. But college grads don't want factory and manufacturing jobs.
I've actually listened to each and every candidate in debates and town hall meetings. I have visited candidates website to see what plans they have. I don't turn a candidate off because I don't like their voice (how childish). I listen to each and every one so I can make an informed decision. And so I know their platforms and their ideas and what sounds possible and what sounds entirely insane (like dropping out of NATO).
Bernie will not hand the Whitehouse over to trump. In the end I believe he will give his support to the dems .
Last night Trump called for Bernie to run as an independent. Even he knows he can't win against Hillary unless he splits the democratic vote.

Go Hilly girl.

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 07:32 AM
a reply to: Irishhaf

Was thinking the same thing. Even if both are denied the nomination and run as independents. Trump is no real conservative and a deal maker. Would be interesting...

posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 03:25 PM
Regarding the 54 unbound delegates elected in Pennsylvania...
According to this tally:

30 are from the Trump slate
9 said they would vote for the District Winner (Trump)
1 said he supports Trump but was not on the official slate

This means that if these delegates vote at the convention as they say they will, Trump could have an additional 40 votes.

11 were Uncommitted
3 support Cruz

This means that 11 have not said how they will vote. If they are ethical and vote with the winner of their district, it would be Trump. But, they might vote for Cruz or Kasich.

So, if Trump is close to 1237 but does not reach that number, he might have 40 votes from PA to put him over the count on the first ballot.

That is, if our delegates stay strong to their promises.

posted on Apr, 28 2016 @ 11:46 PM

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