March 21st, 2016 08:16 AM
Tensions are rising high in the GOP as voters feel the Establishment is secretly working behind the scenes to eliminate Trump and, hopefully Ted Cruz from ever becoming president.
Donald Trump is the worst thing the Establishment Elite has ever had to consider. Why? He has not taken their money and bribes and did not have to pass any slimy bill deals to line the elite’s pockets. He, did not go through the initiation, the regular process of buying the job as the Elite’s ventriloquist dummy. Simple enough for anyone to see, right?
Ted Cruz is hated in Washington. In fact, Ted Cruz might be the most hated Republican in Washington for the exact same reason. He is a Constitutional Republican and let’s face it, the Constitution is the only thing holding the Elites back from complete totalitarian power. Simple enough for anyone to see, right?
Both of these candidates present a huge problem for the powers that be because not only are they both anti-establishment candidates, they both threaten to take away the things that matter the most to the Elite; Money and Power.
But the will of the people is consistently growing. Conservatives want a President who is not controlled by secret societies, Washington’s Elite, or even, rich billionaires like Michael Bloomberg or (for that matter) even Donald Trump. Trump has admitted that he has paid off politicians for the purpose of financial gain. Earlier this year Trump said:
“I give to everybody. When they call, I give.”
“When I need something from them, two years later, three years later, I call them, and they are there for me. And that’s a broken system.”
Trump is 100% correct. That is a broken system.
In 2010 one of the most natural uprisings the nation has ever seen stood up to politicians everywhere and said ‘We Will Not Be Ignored!’ People angered at government overspending and its intrusion into the freedoms of Americans. A force so strong that it led to a large portion of the U.S. House of Representatives, some seats in the Senate, numerous Governorships, and hundreds of state politicians lost their jobs due to a thriving force called the Tea Party Movement.
What the establishment missed is that the Tea Party did not rise up because of Democrat overspending, it grew because The People were tired of government overspending on both sides of the aisle. The Tea Party didn’t rise up just because the Democrats didn’t include them on Healthcare, it rose because The People were tired of all elected officials continuously ignoring the true wishes of the conservative party. It wasn’t a right and left matter for the Tea Party, it was a common sense matter. Don’t waste my money. Don’t lie to me. Don’t force me to buy anything. Don’t infringe on my constitutional rights!
Now another fight with the ignorant Elite could take place this year. The only chance the Elite have to keep control over the United States government and the secretive power they impose on our elected officials is to stop both Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
The conservative movement now faces a situation of irony as a reminiscence of 1968 and the Chicago Democratic Convention start to fill the minds millions. The likelihood of a contested or brokered convention grows every day and the rules governing the convention will start to come into the spotlight very soon. The rules of the convention still allow wiggle room for the Washington Elite to eliminate a candidate. In fact, the process is very tedious leading up to the convention, the rules for bound and unbound delegates change from state to state, and it still leaves the possibility of the state choosing the delegate who sits at the convention and “represents” the voters of their state. Technically, this delegate in many situations can vote however they want, and for whomever they want. And this is the danger of a contested or brokered convention.
Here is John Kasish on Face the Nation Sunday basically telling the American People that their votes do not matter and the polls are more important than the fact he only had leading support in 1 state so far. We can call him, John "The Spoiler and the Elites last chance at control" Kasich.
Curly Haugland, a senior GOP official as well as an official unbound delegate said this:
“The media has created the perception that the voters choose the nomination. “
"The rules haven't kept up. The rules are still designed to have a political party choose its nominee at a convention. That's just the way it is. I can't help it. Don't hate me because I love the rules.”
Denying the people’s vote through a series of trickery played out over months and probably years holds the ability to disenfranchise the Conservative voter and thus brings back worries of 1968.
If Trump does not get the required 1237 delegates before the convention, it could get ugly. And while we all sit here knowing it is impossible for Kasich to reach 1237, it makes you really wonder is Kasich the final playing card for the Elite to force a contested and very likely brokered convention if the votes don’t come in strong on the first convention ballot?
Only time will tell, but this is clearly a fight over the retention of power among the Elite.
Good Luck America.