Politics, puppets and thievery..

John Kasich thinks “It’s going to be so much fun.” to have a contested convention where the RNC can steal the nomination from Trump:

Kasich predicts open convention: ‘It’s going to be so much fun’

What John doesn’t mention is that part of the fun is receiving money from George Soros to keep his campaign going.  And do not believe the “corrections” that some news outlets are posting saying that this is not true.  It is.  George Soros,  a man dedicated to destroying Western republics and democracies is funding John Kasich’s campaign and Kasich is more than happy to take the money.

Wisconsin: Politics impossible to predict ahead of Tuesday’s primary 

Nah, it’s pretty easy.  The RNC has poured millions into Wisconsin to prop up Cruz and tilt the vote to him.  There will be large scale voting fraud and Trump will lose the state.  Remember, the RNC would rather have Hillary than Trump as President and it’s not even close.  Kabuki theatre doesn’t work when the actor playing the lead refuses to follow the script and that simply cannot be allowed.

The irony is that as soon as Cruz is done being useful to the RNC, they will attempt to crush him (and Trump) at the convention so that an obedient NWO butt-boy (Paul Ryan, John Kasich, Mitt Romney.. take your pick) can be installed and lose to Hillary in November.

Carson: The GOP Establishment ‘Would Prefer Hillary’ over Trump

Ben Carson took the time to speak with Republican masturbation fodder and possible android, Sean Hannity:

Carson, who has endorsed Donald Trump for president, spoke out on the fractured party.

“I’m starting to think that many of the so-called ‘Republican establishment’ – of course they say there is no such thing, “we don’t exist,” but we know they do,” he said.

“I believe that many of them would prefer to have Hillary in there, than to have Donald Trump.

Because she is part of the political establishment and can be controlled, whereas Donald Trump cannot be controlled.

And they’re not interested in – Democrats or Republicans in the ruling class – of having somebody that they can’t control.”

Dead on, Mr. Carson.