(INTELLIHUB) — It appears the two weakest GOP presidential candidates, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, are now planning to band together in an effort to derail Trump’s stellar momentum going in to the Republican National Convention.
The theory is that John Kasich, an Establishment controlled puppet, would essentially tell his voters to vote for Ted Cruz, another Establishment controlled puppet, which the plotters then in turn think will lead to Cruz winning Indiana after stealing Delegates from trump thus taking it to an open convention in Cleveland.
Yes that’s right people, the GOP’s true intentions have now been made clear as the party plans to let Obama pass the baton the Hillary, in a move that some would consider treasonous in nature. They are are going against the wishes of the American people and the Delegates!
I mean lets face it, no matter which way you slice it, Donald Trump is still in the lead by millions of votes and hundreds of Delegates; meaning that nobody from the GOP side has a better chance at defeating Hillary in the general election than Trump, period. However, the media would like you to believe otherwise and is now literally saying that Kasich and Cruz have a better chance of defeating Hillary in the general election than Trump. This is nonsense! It’s insanity! How can any one of the two sore losers from the GOP actually defeat Hillary in the general election if they have far less support behind them from the people and the Delegates? The answer is: they can’t. But the powers-that-be would like to make you think that’s what is going to happen, because they are actually going to attempt to do so.
Additionally the dynamic duo, Cruz/Kasich, under strict direction from the party bosses, plan to block Trump in New Mexico and Oregon using the same stratagem.
Chief Strategist for the Kasich of America campaign John Weaver issued the following statement:
Donald Trump doesn’t have the support of a majority of Republicans – not even close, but he currently does have almost half the delegates because he’s benefited from the existing primary system. Our goal is to have an open convention in Cleveland, where we are confident a candidate capable of uniting the Party and winning in November will emerge as the nominee. We believe that will be John Kasich, who is the only candidate who can defeat Secretary Clinton and preserve our GOP majority in the Congress.
Due to the fact that the Indiana primary is winner-take-all statewide and by congressional district, keeping Trump from winning a plurality in Indiana is critical to keeping him under 1237 bound delegates before Cleveland. We are very comfortable with our delegate position in Indiana already, and given the current dynamics of the primary there, we will shift our campaign’s resources West and give the Cruz campaign a clear path in Indiana.
In turn, we will focus our time and resources in New Mexico and Oregon, both areas that are structurally similar to the Northeast politically, where Gov. Kasich is performing well. We would expect independent third-party groups to do the same and honor the commitments made by the Cruz and Kasich campaigns.
We expect to compete with both the Trump and Cruz campaigns in the remaining primary states.
Right now Trump is in the lead with 845 Delegates compared to Cruz’s 559 and Kasich’s 171.
Cruz told CNN that he wouldn’t be surprised if Donald Trump starts “kicking and screaming” because “it is abundantly clear that nobody is getting 1237.” Cruz went on to say that “Donald has been a minority candidate.”
Moreover a lying Cruz said, “the entire Trump campaign is run by lobbyists,” in an attempt to flip the script. Cruz went on to say that Trump’s campaign is a “fraud.”
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