Mar 28 14:58

EXCLUSIVE: Texas Republican Official: Donald Trump Is Not Playing the Delegate Game Here

Texas state Republican Executive Committee member Randall Dunning calls himself the “most hated man on Twitter” for boasting that he’s working to help Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)97%
grab delegates away from Donald Trump on the second ballot at the convention in Cleveland.

But Dunning tells Breitbart News that the process of “delegate marshaling” is sophisticated, democratic, and as old as Lincoln. And more importantly: Trump just doesn’t know how to play the game.

“There is a ground game to this,” Dunning said in a wide-ranging interview. “This is a very old process in the Republican Party.”

Mar 28 13:10


The Trump Ballot Security Project is now investigating hundreds of complaints of voter fraud in the Utah Republican Primary won by Ted Cruz. The Trump Ballot Security Project was formed when the main stream media reported dozens of voting irregularities in the Texas Republican primary.

This ultimately totaled over 600 reports in at least six counties including Dallas County and Travis County. In virtually every case votes cast for Donald J. Trump were tallied for Senator Marco Rubio. We established a Toll Free number to collect further reports of voter irregularities. Almost immediately there were over 300 complaints from Oklahoma. Only a week later the Kansas and Maine Caucuses brought hundreds of more complaints including claims of double voting by supporters of Sen. Ted Cruz.

We are also analyzing voter irregularities in Ohio and Hawaii.

Mar 28 12:12

Trump threatens lawsuit over lost Louisiana delegates

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump threatened Sunday to sue Ted Cruz over potentially claiming more Louisiana delegates in a state he technically won.

"Just to show you how unfair Republican primary politics can be, I won the State of Louisiana and get less delegates than Cruz-Lawsuit coming," Trump tweeted Sunday afternoon.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here is another head-scratcher. Sanders beat Hillary in Washington State 72.7% to 27.1%. Washington State has 101 delegates, but only 25 have been given to Sanders!

Mar 28 10:40

BEX ALERT - Voter Suppression Is Not a Clinton Conspiracy

The accusations against the Clinton campaign are beyond ridiculous, with some implying that Clinton, as the establishment favorite, was unduly favored by voting procedures and disenfranchisement. This, they argue, somehow makes Clinton personally responsible for the lines, closed voting booths and registration issues. Voter suppression did happen, but blaming the winning candidate with little to no evidence of direct involvement is delusional and detrimental to the Democratic Party’s image. The fact that 70 percent of polling locations available in 2012 were closed in certain Arizona counties this primary season is not the result of a Clinton-led conspiracy, but because of restrictive state voter ID laws.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We are seeing a lot of establishment media stories trying to reassure America the voting system, while deeply flawed, is still honest, and if it isn't, don;t you dare suggest that Empress Hillary I has anything to do with it. But here in Hawaii, a Hillary supporter was caught red-handed stealing Sanders ballots and trying to toss them in the trash!

Mar 27 16:36

Hillary Clinton Voter Fraud in Hawaii

Hillary supporter tries to throw away Bernie ballots, gets kicked out.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And Hillary still lost 2x1.

I spoke with a friend who was forced to wait 1 1/2 hours to vote for Sanders.

Hillary's supporters are coming across as real scumbags and if you support Hillary, don't be surprised if everyone you know assumes you are exactly that same type of subhuman.

Mar 27 07:57

WHOA! RNC Changes Rule To Stop Trump From 1,237 Delegates

Republicans have assumed this entire elections season that a candidate must have won at least 8 state primaries or caucuses to be eligible for the GOP nomination, but apparently that is not the case and apparently a rule change hasn’t technically occurred, but that’s not the way it seems.

Even Ted Cruz said just last night that John Kasich wasn’t eligible because he hadn’t won enough states, so even he was mislead.

What's the best way to pay down a credit card fast, pay the least interest & maintain your
Insiders now say rule 40(b) only applied to the republican convention in 2012 and was never intended to be used in future elections.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Rule 40(b) was passed to block Ron Paul, and is being discarded to help push another candidate ahead of Trump. Time to warm up the tar and start plucking the chickens!

Mar 26 15:23

Democratic voters forced to caucus in Alaska parking lot after possibly smashing turn-out records

Democratic primary voters came out in such force on Saturday that some voters had to caucus in the venue parking lot, CNN reports.

Reporting from caucus site, West Anchorage High School, CNN reported that the site was overflowing.

Democratic contests are being held in Alaska, Washington and Hawaii today.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Claire and I just got back from errands. We saw a lot of Bernie Sanders supporters waving placards at the various intersections.

We did not see a single Hillary supporter.

Not one.

Polls here close in another hour and a half. Meanwhile, Sanders is ahead in Washington State and Alaska by huge margins!

Mar 25 10:55

The Most Dangerous Man in America

Now YOU know why YOU are “The most dangerous man or woman in America”.

The upshot of this discussion is that when the American people really do wake up, the “military arm of the NWO” will collapse in a day and a night. Then, there is no one nation or other entity to enforce the global tyranny that has relentlessly terrorized the planet for so many centuries, and even over millennia.

This is why YOU are “The most dangerous man or woman in America”!

Let’s get busy … … … creating many other “dangerous men and women in America”.

Mar 24 11:06

Phoenix mayor calls for feds to investigate shortage of polling places in Maricopa County

Phoenix’s mayor on Wednesday urged a federal probe into the local county’s handling of voting in Arizona’s presidential nominating contest, questioning whether minority voters were granted a fair chance to cast their ballots.

Greg Stanton asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate a decision by Maricopa County officials to slash the number of polling locations in Arizona’s most populous county and leave minority-heavy areas with seemingly fewer sites.

The Democratic mayor called the vote “a fiasco” after voters had to wait in line for several hours on Tuesday to cast their ballots. Donald Trump won the state’s Republican contest, while Hillary Clinton won on the Democratic side.

Mar 24 10:39

What Happened Tuesday in Arizona Should Be Considered a National Disgrace

got an email last night from a woman who waited five hours to vote in Arizona. Five hours.

We don't know how many thousands of people didn't get to cast their ballots yesterday in Arizona because they couldn't afford to wait that long. Scenes on cable news last night showed hundreds of people in line at 11:30pm in Phoenix – more than four hours after polls closed. Voting should not be this difficult.

One reason it is so hard to vote in Arizona is because the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act. There were 70 percent fewer polling places this year than in 2012 in Phoenix's county. They wouldn't have been allowed to cut those polling places if the Voting Rights Act was still in tact.

These cuts meant that, in a county with more than 4 million residents, there were just 60 polling places. This is unacceptable, but it's also not an isolated incident.

Mar 23 18:57

Still Report #729 - Utah Vote Rigging

Mar 23 18:56

UTAH CAUCUS: First hand insider report - Incompetence, Manipulation, and Ballot Stuffing!!!

There were no apparent controls, no credential checks, no ID checks, and ballots being handed around like napkins.


And it just cost Trump 40 delegates.

Mar 23 17:32

Petitions gain momentum after Arizona primary voting fiasco

Mad voters in Arizona created several online petitions after issues at Arizona polling locations Tuesday.

One petition asked the White House to investigate voter fraud and suppression of Democratic voters in Arizona. Voters from both parties called 12 News reporting they were given a provisional ballot.

The petition was created by "R.C." in Las Vegas, Nevada, the website states. As of this writing, it had 67,064 signatures. petitions with 100,000 online signatures get an official response from the White House.

Most voters in Maricopa County who went to the polls were faced with long lines and waits that exceeded 3 hours in some cases.

Mar 23 17:08

Bernie Sanders slams Arizona primary "disgrace"

Bernie Sanders called it a "disgrace" that some voters had to wait in line for hours to vote in Tuesday's Arizona primary.

"In the United States of America, democracy is the foundation of our way of people," Sanders said at a press conference here Wednesday. "People should not have to wait five hours to vote. And what happened yesterday in Arizona is a disgrace. I hope that every state in this country learns from that and learns how to put together a proper election where people can vote in a timely manner and then go back to work."

Sanders, who lost the Arizona primary to Clinton by 57 percent to 39 percent, suggested that the voters who walked way could have made a difference in the final results.

Mar 23 17:02

Frenzy of voters overwhelm caucus sites around Utah

The Democratic website was down but returned to service Tuesday evening. It listed about 90 caucus locations for Democrats. The party didn't require registration to vote.

The Vote.Utah.Gov website also experienced errors, returning an error message when citizens tried to locate their caucus locations. Later in the evening Tuesday, that site also seemed to work.

Voters in some locations waited more than two and half hours to vote, sometimes in snow and freezing temperatures.

Utah's director of elections Mark Thomas told AP about 20,000 people started registering to vote online in recent days, with about half of those doing so Tuesday.

Mar 23 16:59

GOP gets historic caucus turnout, online voters experience difficulties

Republican votes say they experienced technical difficulties Tuesday night not at the party's caucuses at locations around the state but online.

Party leaders said some of the problems were the result of voters entering incorrect information.

Mar 23 16:53

Which One is the Fake Internet Voting Site for Tonight's Utah GOP 'Online Caucus'?

But, just to underscore the idiocy of Utah GOP chairman James Evans' decision to blow tens of thousands of dollars on this horrible idea, here's a screenshot of the portal where Republican voters in the state who signed up to participate in the "online caucus" are supposed to cast their vote...

And now here's a completely fake version of that page, as created by some of the same white hat computer scientists who, years ago, hacked a D.C. Internet Voting scheme within hours (and found Iranian and Chinese hackers inside of it at the same time)...

Can you tell the difference? Would a GOP voter in Utah? (And, if they did, would they notice the fake before or after they threw their "vote" away by casting it at a phony site?) Go ahead to the fake one --- it's not dangerous --- and fill in one of the fields!

Mar 23 16:49

'Droves' of voters cram caucuses, face delays, ballot shortages

Unprecedented numbers of Utahns flooded voting sites across the Wasatch Front for the state's first presidential preference caucus, resulting in long lines, major delays and even ballot shortages.

Ted Cruz was projected to win Utah with a big lead over the other candidates. The Associated Press called the race for Utah about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.

At 11:30 p.m., AP reported that Bernie Sanders had defeated Hillary Clinton for the Utah Democratic vote.

Many caucuses were ill-equipped to handle the unexpected deluge, prompting some to complain that voting was disorganized and chaotic. And online voting — a first for Utah's GOP — proved to be problematic for some Republicans who complained they ran into difficulties when attempting to cast their votes.

Mar 23 16:47

Soros Board Member Chairs Firm Running Online Voting for Tuesday’s Utah Caucuses

Smartmatic Group, an electronic voting firm whose worldwide headquarters is located in the United Kingdom, will be running the online balloting process in the Utah Republican Open Caucuses on Tuesday.

Mar 23 16:44


Evans says he was aware of the potential security risks, but in a call with WIRED last week, he dismissed many of these oft-cited vulnerabilities as “far-fetched” and said that as a private political party, the Utah GOP isn’t held to the same security standards as the government.

“We are a private political organization, so we can choose the acceptable level of risk that we choose,” he said, “and we will not be compared to a government-run election.”

That idea alone should give anyone who cares about the integrity of this country’s elections pause. Just because a political party accepts a certain level of risk when it comes to online voting, should we?

Mar 23 16:19

Arizona recorder blames voters for 5 hour waits after after she cut polling places from 200 to 60

Mar 23 14:17

Insider: Cruz Campaign Encouraged Utah Voters to Break Law

The Ted Cruz campaign reportedly encouraged absentee voters to slip in their ballots without proper documentation.

A Utah voter received the following e-mail apparently from the Cruz campaign:

If an absentee voter follows these instructions, he would risk violating Utah voting laws which state that absentee voters must submit an application form the Thursday before the primary.

Voters cannot simply decide to vote “absentee” the day before the election and print off a ballot without having filed an application beforehand, which these instructions imply.

Mar 23 12:53

Western Voters Faced Chaos At The Polls Last Night

But with reports of three hour wait times, online glitches, and legal restrictions, the contests also highlighted serious voting rights problems in those states.

Mar 23 12:52

‘National disgrace’: Barred voters, hours-long lines plague Arizona & Utah during ‘Western Tuesday’

On Wednesday, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey called it “unacceptable” and proposed eliminating the closed primary in favor of an open one.

“I’m glad to see so many Arizonans step up to make their voice heard for the candidate of their choice. However, it’s unacceptable that many of them had to battle incredibly long lines,” he said. “Our election officials must evaluate what went wrong and how they make sure it doesn’t happen again.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The United States is the nation that put men on the Moon. I simply do not accept that we do not have a reliable, honest, accurate, and verifiable election system. The only possible reason that we do not have one is that the people in power do not want one.

Mar 23 12:26

ANTI-TRUMP PROTESTERS Admit Answering Craigslist Ad and Getting Paid to Protest Trump

A march and demonstration against Trump at Trump Tower essentially fizzled Saturday when only 500 “protesters” of the promised 5000 showed up. Infiltrating the crowd, I learned most were from MoveOn or the Occupy movement. Soap was definitely in short supply in this crowd. Several admitted answering a Craig’s list ad paying $16.00 an hour for protesters.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Mr. Soros.

This nation is not for sale.

Not to you.

Not to anyone.

Those claiming to have a right to sell this nation to you are liars and usurpers; peddlers of property which is not their own.

Mar 23 11:05

Clinton Claims Victory but Arizona's Voting Fiasco Dubbed "National Disgrace"

Something was amiss in Arizona on Tuesday. As Hillary Clinton claimed victory in the state's Democratic primary, thousands of voters were left out to dry, with shuttered polling places, endless lines, and widespread reports of disenfranchisement.

In Maricopa County, which includes the capital Phoenix, voters waited up to five hours to cast a ballot after the County Elections Office slashed the number of polling sites from 200 in 2012 to just 60 this year. As the state's most populous county, this amounted to more than 20,000 voters for every available polling location.

Notably, many Latino areas were left with either just one or no polling places. Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell defended that decision, saying, "we looked at an area, and factored into that how many early ballots we usually get in that area and how many people normally vote at the polls. We didn’t look at it as legislative districts. We looked at the overall picture of our voters."

Mar 23 11:02

UTAH CAUCUS: First hand insider report - Incompetence, Manipulation, and Ballot Stuffing!!!

Someone shows up with a stack of probably 250 ballots. The precinct chair splits them up, and starts handing stacks of them out and tells people "take one and pass it down".

No checking credentials, IDs, NOTHING.

I'm sitting at the end of a row and people start handing me stacks of extras. I literally had over 50 ballots in my hand.

[link to (secure)]

We were told to mark our vote and place our ballot in a tin can. They then asked for a volunteer to hold the can. At this point, most people filed out the door.

I cast ONE vote, then stuck around to see what would happen with the votes.

About 15 minutes later, with only about 10 or so people milling around, someone walks in the room with an envelopes STUFFED full of "absentee" ballots - some envelopes having 2-5+ ballots.

Mar 23 10:45

Utah Vote Rigging

The title of Wired’s story was disturbing: “Utah’s Online Caucus Gives Security Experts Heart Attacks”.

The story opens up this way:

“Security researchers pretty much uniformly agree that letting people vote online is a very bad idea, one that is fraught with risks and vulnerabilities that could have unknowable consequences for the future of democracy.”

“This week, the Utah GOP is going to give it a whirl anyway.”

But right out of the box I noticed a slight problem.

Who paid for the experiment? The Utah GOP paid more than 80,000 to purchase the equipment – not state election officials.

Mar 23 10:14

Stolen Democracy

Stolen Democracy from Zane Henry Productions on Vimeo.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Reposted at reader request.

Mar 21 16:18

2nd GOP delegate says primary votes don't matter

"People are under the misconception that it's the results of the caucus and the results of the primary that determines who becomes the nominee. In actuality, it's the delegates at the national convention that are supposed to pick the nominee," Diana Orrock, a delegate from Nevada and Donald Trump supporter, told "Squawk Box" on Monday.

Mar 21 14:44

Stop Trump Movement Gets Boost From Mexico's Efforts in U.S.

Mexico is mounting an unprecedented effort to turn its permanent residents in the U.S. into citizens, a status that would enable them to vote -- presumably against Donald Trump.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Do you want Mexico running the United States?

Mar 21 13:30

Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Voter ID Laws

Voter ID laws are a contentious issue in the 2016 presidential election cycle. Many of the statutes will have their first test at the polls this year. Supporters say the laws — which 36 states have now enacted in some form — are needed to combat voter fraud, while critics see them as a tactic to disenfranchise voters.

Mar 21 10:20

Soros Board Member Chairs Firm Running Online Voting for Tuesday’s Utah Caucuses

Smartmatic Group, an electronic voting firm whose worldwide headquarters is located in the United Kingdom, will be running the online balloting process in the Utah Republican Open Caucuses on Tuesday.

The chairman of Smartmatic’s board, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, currently serves on the board of George Soros’s Open Society Foundation and has close ties to the billionaire.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Mar 21 10:18

I’m Not Buying the Utah Poll by Y2 Analytics Showing Cruz Up +24

Y2 Analytics did a poll in Utah showing Ted Cruz up by 24%. I have Cruz winning Utah, but I don’t think he will get 50% of the vote. The poll shows Kasich in second place with 29% of the vote and Trump 3rd at 11%. I believe the order of finish will be Cruz, Kasich and Trump, but Trump will get more than 11% and Kasich won’t get 20%.

Y2 Analytics is, by my research, a partisan polling outfit that was with Jeb Bush until he quit. And there is evidence that they are both Anti-Trump and pro Cruz. It cannot be determined if they were paid to conduct this poll, what the internal data was, how the poll was weighted, what areas were called, etc. etc.

Mar 20 15:50

Hacking Democracy - Full Documentary

Mar 20 11:29

15 Dirty Tricks The GOP Establishment Can Use to Stop Donald Trump

Warning to the Trumpets. It ain’t over. It is just beginning.

Below are a list of tactics that Establishment Republicans may use to block the nomination of Donald Trump. Yes, I know. If they succeed they will not win the White House but many in the establishment will make just as much money under a Democrat insider as they will with a Republican insider. So they may not care.

All they may want to do is send the message to any future “outsider” candidate, “This is our party and you need our approval to participate. If you try to do this without us we will destroy you.”

Mar 20 09:43

Soros Board Member Chairs Firm Running Online Voting for Tuesday’s Utah Caucuses

Smartmatic Group, an electronic voting firm whose worldwide headquarters is located in the United Kingdom, will be running the online balloting process in the Utah Republican Open Caucuses on Tuesday.

The chairman of Smartmatic’s board, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, currently serves on the board of George Soros’s Open Society Foundation and has close ties to the billionaire.

Mar 20 09:43

George Soros’ Anti-Trump Campaign

His groups are subversive, undermining fundamental freedoms, listed as undesirable foreign organizations in Russia for good reason. They’re prohibited from supporting political parties, free to engage in other activities.

Soros menaces democratic freedoms worldwide. He supports war goddess, Wall Street favorite Hillary Clinton for president, pouring millions of dollars into her campaign.

At the same time, he’s militantly anti-Trump. His ruffians disrupted his March 11 Chicago rally, stoking violence, causing it to be cancelled for security reasons.

They’ve been disruptive at other Trump events, using dirty tactics to turn voters against him - not for his racist and other extremist views, for concern about power brokers not being able to control him.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Mar 20 09:40

Democracy Spring: Soros Group Plans 'Largest Civil Disobedience Action of the Century'

George Soros has just declared war on America. With the Soros millions behind them, a brand new far Left anarchist group named after the Arab Spring hoax of a few years back, has vowed to set America on fire both figuratively and literally. These are the exact same people that caused mass disruptions at Donald Trump’s rally in Chicago last week. They are vowing to not quit until thousands of them are in jail for crimes against the government. Though they don’t mention Trump by name, they are obviously aiming to stop his run for the presidency as they just attempted to do in Chicago.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Mar 20 09:27

Media’s Global Anti-Trump Coverage Proves The Matrix Is Real

Have you noticed? The media has actually created a magical “news bubble” around us like a mythical rainbow unicorn where nothing else is happening in the world besides what would appear to be all-out WORLDWIDE anti-Trump propaganda spewing from every corner and crack of the planet, as if American citizens live in a tiny box where the only news that’s happening right now is how evil, horrible, and hated by the Establishment, world leaders, movie stars, etc. Trump is. (Which, by the way, just makes everyone want to vote for him more, so if the plot is to destroy the GOP so Hillary takes it, then bravo, it’s working.) The propaganda is so thick, if you watch it too long you might go blind.

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Mar 20 09:23

RNC openly preparing to ignore will of voters and steal GOP nomination from Donald Trump

Mar 19 20:07


Trump's mentor was Roy Cohn, who reportedly ran child abuse rings for the CIA.

Webmaster addition: This illustrates how desperate the anti-Trump people are getting. Next they will claim Trump shot Kennedy!

Mar 19 16:11

California Allows Non-Citizens to Vote, Which is Illegal, So Every California Vote should be Disqualified

The official number of illegal aliens in the state of California is nearly 3 million. We can estimate the number to be more than double this amount in reality.

Over half of all drivers license issued in California were given to individuals who are here illegally and the state automatically registers those with a driver’s license to vote.

In 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA) signed a bill giving full voting rights to illegal aliens. This gives them the right to vote in all elections from a local level to national elections, including that of choosing who will become President.

Mar 19 09:16

flashback 2012: Romney Votes In Massachusetts

In Belmont (*MA) , Mitt and Ann Romney are greeted with cheers after casting their votes

Mar 19 09:16

Romney: I'm voting for Ted Cruz in Utah

Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, said Friday he's voting for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Tuesday's Utah Republican presidential caucuses.

Mar 19 08:41

More DNC Shadiness – Debbie Wasserman Schultz is Blocking Primary Challenger from Accessing Voter Data

Last week, I called the Florida Democratic Party to request access to the voter file database and software known as VAN that is routinely used by Democratic candidates across the country.

I was told that our campaign would be denied access to this database because I am running against an incumbent Democrat, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. I was also told that any Democratic candidate running against an incumbent Democrat would be denied access?

Mar 18 11:52

ACHTUNG: Blacklisted:

Blacklisted: Drudge, Coulter, Hannity, Carson, Breitbart, O’Reilly, Christie Make GOP Smart Set’s List of ‘Ideological Hustlers’

Conservative movement professionals in Washington, D.C. are plotting to form a “blacklist” of Donald Trump supporters that they can kick out of the movement, never to return.

Mar 16 16:19

After Stealing Democratic Election, Corporate Elites Blackout Bernie

Tuesday night’s US presidential primary election results were guaranteed weeks ago by a misinformation campaign, as early voting began in the key battleground states.

The outcome of Super Tuesday II, when US voters charged off to choose their nominee in the Republican and Democratic primary elections in five key battleground states, was already determined before the day began. That did not stop the pundits from setting the stage for an epic Sanders letdown following his improbable victory one week earlier in the Michigan race.

What pundits do not explain is that, in politics more than anything else, the process is what really matters. The process, the timeline, and early voting had decided the election long before the last voters trudged to the polls Tuesday evening.

Mar 16 14:44

Over Half Million Illegal Aliens Get CA Driver’s Licenses in 2015

Over half a million driver’s licenses have been issued to illegal aliens in California since January, according to the California DMV. The licenses were issued under AB 60, the California law that allows all California residents, no matter their immigration status, to obtain driver’s licenses.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How many of those illegals are using those licenses to register to vote?

Mar 16 12:01

Traffic accident leads to voting snarl

Ohio's primary went smoothly most of the day Tuesday, but a late wrinkle in southwest Ohio caused some last-minute chaos.

A federal judge ordered polls in four southwest Ohio counties to stay open an extra hour because of a major traffic accident on I-275, which shut down the highway and stranded thousands of motorists for much of the early evening. The problem, elections officials say, is that the order came after polls already had closed at 7:30 p.m.

U,S. District Judge Susan Dlott called Secretary of State Jon Husted about her concerns shortly after 7:30 and then issued her written order to keep the polls open at 8:13 p.m., Husted's spokesman said.

"A judicial order ... after the polls closed makes it hard to keep the polls open," said Alex Triantafilou, Hamilton County's GOP chairman and a member of the county's board of elections.

Mar 16 09:16

Ohio Vote Fraud--Updated

As you will notice before the polls were closed, Kasich was called the winner. Judges told the polling places to stay open, but the polls turned voters away.......Trump voters as Trump's voters are working people.

I did some screen grabs to show how absolutely fraudulent the Ohio situation was.

This is Marion County, with just 8% of the votes counted, with Mr. Trump 132 votes behind and it was called for Kasich.

Coshocton County is the same queer situation as most of Ohio was, except the small voting precincts on the borders of Pennsylavania. West Virginia and Tennessee, where voting fraud would be noticed.
Here in Coshocton with just 16% of the vote counted, and again Mr. Trump only behind 67 votes behind, it was called for Kasich.

Mar 15 17:55

Ben Carson Confession: I Endorsed Trump Because He Promised Me a Job

I wondered why this guy endorsed Trump. Can you say,"Setup"!

Doctor Ben Carson’s endorsement of Donald Trump on Friday appears to have come at a price, in the form of a promised position within the Trump administration, which may be illegal.

Mar 15 17:55

No voting extension in Orange, despite ballot mistake

Voting hours will not be extended in six Orange County cities where not enough ballots were printed, a spokeswoman for Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles' office said.

Cowles had asked Secretary of State Ken Detzner earlier in the day for a one-hour extension in those cities, as elections officials scrambled to print more ballots and make alternative arrangements.

However, Cowles and Detzner now agree that no additional voting time is needed
(*"BOOM"! , Shut Out .)

Mar 15 14:31

More than 417,000 Ohio voters cast ballots early

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Some of them two and three times! :)

Mar 15 14:04

Voters In Florida Unable To Vote At Polling Places Because Of Technical Issues

Voters in critical states like Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina are heading to the polls today to cast their votes for president in the 2016 race.

We have heard a lot about voter fraud over the last few years and that is certainly an important issue but another problem that isn’t talked about as much is technical problems at polling places which appears to be happening in the state of Florida already about half way through the day.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Those "technical problems" ARE the election fraud!

Mar 15 13:54


Donald Trump may soon have another round of primary election victories under his belt despite technical glitches, delays and his name not being on the ballot at some polling stations in Florida.

Voters in the Orlando suburb of Apopka were turned away Tuesday morning because polling locations ran of out Republican ballots. Fox Business producer Jennifer Eckhart reported Trump’s name did not even appear on some ballots in the town of Jupiter in Palm Beach County.

“Hearing reports from friends in my home state of Florida that @realDonaldTrump is left OFF of voting ballots at various polling stations,” tweeted Eckhart.

Mar 15 13:00

Sorry, Hillary, But We’re Done:

Sorry, Hillary, but we’re done: Keep repeating racist myths and praising Kissinger and the Reagans. I’m switching to Bernie Sanders
I assumed she'd be best candidate against Trump or Cruz. But now she's made herself almost impossible to support

SALON: I’m sorry Hillary, but I just can’t do this anymore.

(*She couldn't care less buddy . She gets the Superdelegates )

Mar 15 12:52

bex -> This Is How Ted Cruz And Marco Rubio Handle Their Protesters

"Thank you for expressing your free speech," Cruz said with a smirk as the crowd began to chant.

"OK, I understand you're very, very concerned about the animals, that's wonderful," Cruz continued. "I also happen to care about human beings."

As Secret Service agents escorted the woman out of the venue, Cruz commented on how peaceful the interruption was
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio dealt with a heckler Sunday in his home state of Florida, where voters also head to the polls on Tuesday. A man stood up at a rally and accused the senator of attempting to steal his girlfriend.
"That's all right, hey, we don't beat up our hecklers in our events," Rubio said.

(*Talk about a couple of obvious audience 'PLANTS' )

Mar 15 12:39

Meet The New KKK

No sheets and a new look for a very old strategy.

Meet The new Ku Klux Klan. The newest leftist incarnation of that old leftist formula that combines racism with violence to push the progressive agenda.

The American Left has a horrendous history of flat out racism and bigotry, liberally salted with violence. From the 19th and early 20th century Klan, on to the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and the Weather Underground of the 1960s and early 1970s, on to today’s Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter, the Violent Left has trucked in racism or violence or both. The common thread being the goal of shutting down opponents when not terrorizing them into silence.


Mar 15 12:39

Leftist Groups Are Posting Anti-Trump RENT-A-MOB Ads on Craigslist

What a surprise!
The left is posting Rent-a-Mob ads on Craigslist.

Rent-a-Mob supplier to, and other Soros-related Disturbances–

Mar 15 11:56

Apopka polling places run out of Republican ballots

Residents voting at Errol Estates told News 6 that more ballots were retrieved about an hour later, but some voters had to leave because of other commitments.

Elections officials told News 6 that more ballots were also printed and sent to World of Life Church. News 6 reporter Amanda Castro spotted an official delivering a box of ballots to the church around 12:30 p.m.

Officials also allowed voters to use the ADA ExpressVote machine, which is typically only used for voters with disabilities.

Some residents said they waited two hours to vote at the church because of the delays.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

No doubt the "technical difficulties" (nudge nudge wink wink) are hitting the areas where Trump is ahead!

Mar 15 11:36

Reports: Trump Left Off Some Florida Ballots; “Dozens of Complaints”

Leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s name was left off Florida primary ballots according to reports relayed by Fox News’ Jennifer Eckhart on Twitter who said the local Fox affiliate has received “dozens of complaints.”

Mar 15 10:51

Invisible Ballots

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is the documentary mentioned by a caller to yesterday's radio show.

Mar 15 10:45

Colorado delegates split evenly after Bernie Sanders defeats Hillary Clinton

Winning a Super Tuesday state by 19 points seems like it would matter, but Sen. Bernie Sanders’ victory in Colorado didn’t earn him more delegates than Hillary Clinton. In fact, she may end up with an even greater amount, despite a big loss at the polls.

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Mar 15 10:44

Here's How The Establishment Will Steal The GOP Nomination From Trump

The political establishment in America is terrified.

Donald Trump gets closer to securing the GOP nomination with each passing month and his rivals on both sides of the aisle are in disbelief.

Worse - or “better” if you enjoy entertainment - Trump has seemingly given up any attempt to be anything other than... well... than Donald Trump. He recently offered to pay the legal fees of a supporter who punched a protester, shouted almost maniacally about “Bernie guys” at a recent rally, and frankly seems to have gone punchdrunk with his newfound political clout.

That’s not necessarily a criticism. Heaven knows it’s funny and obviously there’s something highly satisfying about watching the establishment squirm.

Mar 15 10:43

How to Steal a Nomination From Donald Trump

All three of Trump’s Republican opponents are now convinced (even if some are loath to concede it publicly) that the current front-runner is the only candidate in the field who still has the chance to win the 1,237 delegates that would ensure his nomination in Cleveland. But if Trump is unable in the remaining primaries and caucuses to line up the necessary delegates, the convention will be deadlocked on its first ballot and then have to vote again—and possibly again and again—until a majority emerges.

That could offer mainstream conservatives and party regulars the opening they would need to take the nomination from a candidate who almost certainly will have accumulated more delegates and possibly millions more popular votes than his rivals. Of the other candidates, only Ted Cruz is focused on trying to finish ahead of Trump in the delegate count, even if neither gets the majority

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ignoring that little inconvenient fact that Ted Cruz is not a natural born US citizen and therefore cannot serve as President.

Mar 15 10:35

Confusion on Ohio GOP primary ballot; what you need to know

So here’s the problem, on the Republican ballot there are two sections to vote for a nominee. In the first ballot question, voters are asked “For Delegates-at-Large and Alternates-at-Large to the National Convention.”

That is followed by the list of candidates. (Adding to the confusion is seeing names like Carly Fiorina and Rick Santorum. Because those candidates dropped out after the ballot was prepared their names stay on the ballots.

But the real confusion comes in with a second ballot question. This time it reads “For District Delegates and District Alternative to the National Convention.” Again all the candidate’s names are listed for you to vote on. But wait, why is there a second ballot question and a second chance to vote for a nominee? Which column is counted? Which one will determine the winner?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I told you Ohio would be where the GOP tried to take the nomination away from Trump and force a brokered convention.

Mar 14 16:14

RNC Official Claims ‘Every Delegate Is a Superdelegate,’ Can Override Will of Voters

Republican National Committeeman Curly Haugland claims that current party rules allow delegates to the party's 2016 nominating convention to vote their conscience rather than voting according to the will of primary voters in their states.

Mar 14 15:18

Superdelegates Might Not Save Hillary Clinton

If you look at a Democratic delegate tracker like this one from The New York Times, you’ll find that Hillary Clinton has a massive 394-44 delegate lead over Bernie Sanders so far, despite having been walloped by Sanders in New Hampshire and only essentially having tied him in Iowa. While Sanders does have a modest 36-32 lead among elected delegates — those that are bound to the candidates based on the results of voting in primaries and caucuses — Clinton leads 362-8 among superdelegates, who are Democratic elected officials and other party insiders allowed to support whichever candidate they like.

Mar 14 15:03

Anti-Trump MOB FOR HIRE ad in Chicago craigslist

compensation: Salary + Healthcare + Benefits
employment type: full-time

Mar 14 13:36

Here's How The Establishment Will Steal The GOP Nomination From Trump

All the same, no one - not even Trump’s staunchest supporters - really know what to expect from a Trump presidency. And virtually no Washington veterans want to find out. In fact, as we reported last week, a group of GOP and tech execs recently made stopping Trump the topic of the American Enterprise Institute's annual World Forum, a secretive affair held on Sea Island, Georgia.

And although everyone now jokes about just how unstoppable the Trump “juggernaut” has become, the establishment isn’t called “the establishment,” for nothing. Trump may have proven remarkably adept at whipping certain sectors of the electorate into a veritable frenzy, but he himself will tell you that he’s no politician. In fact, he prides himself on being "outside the political fold," so to speak.

Mar 14 13:09

Billionaire George Soros funds $15M effort to stop Trump, mobilize Latinos

Financier George Soros is launching, along with other donors, a $15 million campaign to achieve the largest Latino and immigrant participation at the polls, the New York Times reported.

Through a new super PAC named Immigrant Voters Win, the campaign is funding organizations in states such as Florida, Nevada and Colorado, which have large or growing Latino and Asian communities, in the hope of influencing turnout in November, the Times reported.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And nobody is checking whether these immigrants are legally entitled to vote!

Mar 14 08:59


Well now it’s being alleged that Ohio’s GOP has intentionally set up a confusing ballot in a bid to try to make sure Donald Trump does not win.

The Dem ballot has one place for voters to mark their choice for president. Period.

The Republican ballot in Ohio this year apparently has two, leaving a lot more questions than answers about whether or not voters will understand how it works.

Mar 12 20:45

17-year-olds can vote now ?

In Ohio, 17-year-olds can vote now. Will this help Sanders?
Laws in 17 states allow 17-year-olds to vote before their 18th birthday, according to Since 1981, this list has included Ohio, which is why the judge ruled in favor of the 17-year-old plaintiffs.

"I think it's my right to be able to vote," plaintiff Brian Bush told the AP

plaintiff Brian Bush told the AP

(*No , it can't be


can it ? )

Mar 12 11:45

Stolen Democracyfrom Zane Henry Productions

Mar 12 11:41

Cincinnati Trump Rally Cancelled After Clashes In Chicago

Donald Trump has cancelled a planned rally in Cincinnati, a day after a postponed Chicago rally descended into chaotic clashes between supporters and anti-Trump protesters .
Political leaders on both sides of the party divide, meanwhile, tried to dress wounds that were opened in Chicago. Hillary Clinton said “violence has no place in our politics”, and Republicans John Kasich and Ted Cruz pinned blamed on Trump for the inflammatory rhetoric.

(*Clinton wasn't addressing Move ON
Kisich and Cruz wern't attacking Move On }

Mar 12 09:10

flashback 2/21/16: Top Cruz team member speaks out against his candidate's 'repeated lies'

Several Republican presidential campaigns have labeled Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's campaign as dishonest — and now a Cruz supporter says he agrees.

C. Steven Tucker, a member of Cruz's Illinois leadership team, told the Washington Examiner he could not stay silent about the falsehoods repeatedly uttered by the senator on the campaign trail. Specifically, Tucker takes issue with Cruz's comments about Donald Trump's ideas on healthcare.

"Senator Cruz's quotes are very salacious and incorrect. He says if you vote for Donald Trump, you vote for Bernie Sanders-style socialized medicine; Trump, Clinton, Sanders have identical positions on healthcare," Tucker said. "That is absolutely, 100 percent not true."


Mar 12 08:01

Protesters Are Probably Being PAID To Do This

Marco Rubio On Chicago Trump Rally Unrest: Some Protesters Are Probably Being PAID To Do This

During the chaos in Chicago last night, Megyn Kelly spoke with Marco Rubio by phone about what was happening, why it was happening, and what it means for this country.
(*video at source)
Here’s an excerpt:

I will say no one is blameless here. Um, perhaps … I wouldn’t say Mr. Trump is responsible for the events tonight, but he most certainly in other events has in the past used some pretty rough language, encouraging the crowd saying things like “in the good old days we used to beat these people up” or “I’ll pay your legal bills if you rough them up” so I think he bears some responsibility for the general tone of the things that were happening before ..

As far as what’s happening tonight, I mean clearly this is an orchestrated effort by people, some of them are probably being paid to do this. I just think it’s sad all around.

Mar 12 07:39

Kelly Defends Trump

Megyn Kelly Defends Trump Against Protesters: You Can Oppose Him, But ‘Is This the Way?’
Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly took protesters who shut down a Donald Trump rally in Chicago to task, using a similar talking point to that of colleague Bill O’Reilly.

Invoking the First Amendment, she shared her belief that Trump’s rights had been taken from him. She also said that people who came to hear him speak had their rights taken, too.

Mar 12 06:44

Are Agent Provocateurs Disrupting Trump Rallies?

Disrupting popular movements in America (and elsewhere) using agent provocateurs is longstanding practice.
Chicago was the latest venue for disruption. A planned Friday event was cancelled shortly before Trump was scheduled to speak at the University of Illinois Chicago Pavilion.

Thousands of supporters awaited his arrival inside. Crowds outside protested his appearance. Disruption caused the rally to be cancelled, an announcement, saying:

“Mr. Trump just arrived in Chicago and after meeting with law enforcement has determined that for the safety of all the tens of thousands of people that have gathered in and around the arena, tonight’s rally will be postponed until another date. Thank you very much for you attendance and please go in peace.”

Protesters cheered. Supporters chanted “We want Trump!” Scuffles were reported inside and outside the pavilion.


Mar 11 13:42

G.O.P. Debate: The “Never Trump” Movement Gives Up

At last night’s Republican debate, in Miami, the campaign to stop Donald Trump from within the Party appeared to be all but over. The chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus, appeared onstage before the debate to reassure the audience that “this Party is going to support the nominee—whoever that is—one hundred per cent.” During the main event, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz seemed to have parachuted in from an earlier moment in the campaign, when the stakes were low and the policy discussions were earnest. “I cannot believe how civil it’s been up here,” Trump observed midway through. “Be smart and unify,” he said in his closing statement. Trump is trying to seem more Presidential. The Party is trying to find a way to live with him.


Webmaster addition: The Ron Paul approach failed. Will someone try the Robert Kennedy gambit? KEEP YOUR KEVLAR UNDIES ON, DONALD!!!!

Mar 11 11:24

flashback 2012: Meet Ted Cruz, "The Republican Barack Obama"

Cruz rose fast through the conservative legal ranks. He clerked for Chief Justice William Rehnquist after Harvard Law, advised George W. Bush's 2000 campaign on domestic policy, and recruited future Chief Justice John Roberts to join the Florida recount brigade. He served under John Ashcroft as an associate deputy attorney general and later returned to Texas, where in 2003 the state's attorney general, Greg Abbott, appointed him as solicitor general, tasked with handling the state's appellate cases, including those destined for the Supreme Court. "Ted was an intellectual driving force on all of the issues that we worked on," Abbott says
Of Cruz's eight oral arguments before the Supreme Court on behalf of Texas, five involved the death penalty, with Cruz arguing, at various points, that Texas should be allowed to execute the mentally ill, a Mexican national who hadn't been informed of his Vienna Convention right to speak to his consulate, and a man who raped his stepdaughter.
(*So that cartoon of Trump crucifying "JC" can now be considered DEBUNKED)
Other cases he took on reflected his conservative Christian ideology.
(*Oh for crying out loud !)

Mar 11 11:03

George W. Bush Has Made His Decision On Whom To Support For President

NOBODY! That’s right, nobody!
Bad blood between Cruz and Bush go back to when they were on opposite sides of a bitter lawsuit. Bush wanted to spare the life of an illegal alien rapist. Cruz wanted him executed, and Cruz won at the Supreme Court. Texas gave the guy the needle and GWB was still mad. Bush’s words about Cruz? “I just don’t like the guy.”

The decision not to throw his weight behind any single candidate comes a week after 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney – who attacked frontrunning contender Donald Trump – also declined to endorse any single Trump opponent.

(*Neil must really be The Black[est] Sheep of the family !)

Mar 11 08:54

Hillary . . . Why Would the Benghazi Mom Have Made Up Her Story?

This is not a rhetorical question.

In (*Wednesday) night’s Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton was asked about how Patricia Smith, the mother of one of the Americans who was killed in the Benghazi attacks, accused Clinton of lying to her at her son’s funeral.

Without skipping a beat, Clinton answered: “She’s wrong, she’s absolutely wrong.”

Now, I have to ask: Why would Smith say it if it weren’t true?

This is not a rhetorical question. I really am asking! I’m a pretty doggone creative person, but no matter how hard I try, I just cannot seem to think of a single reason why Smith would lie about this.


Mar 11 08:13


Significant Evidence of Foul Play

Roughly 30 percent of voters registered twice in the Cleveland area evidenced falsified birthdates, Social Security Numbers and other identifiers, originally submitted by Democratic-leaning organizations (i.e. ACORN, Field Works, The Strategy Network, Organizing for America), according to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. Each confirmed duplicate voter registration was subsequently purged or merged into an existing, verifiable record.

“While many voter records may become duplicated due to data management breakdowns, you have a different issue entirely when nearly a third of the irregularities show a pattern of intentional forgery,” Engelbrecht said. “Americans working in the polls and casting ballots must be extra vigilant this year to help spot irregularities that can throw an entire election into question.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Too late! This election is already discredited!

Mar 11 06:58


Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), thanks to the failure of fellow Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), is now the establishment’s top choice for President.
Despite Cruz’s conservative rhetoric and willingness to cause problems in the U.S. Senate… this switch was surprisingly easy. What happened?
As perhaps the most infamous Republican insider Roger Stone reports, Cruz is really a Bush… just with a different last name:
The Bush-Cruz connection is clear. Ted was George W.’s brain when he ran for president. A top policy adviser, Ted maneuvered for Solicitor General in Bush World but settled for a plum at the Federal Trade Commission. Ted’s a Bush man with deep ties to the political and financial establishment. Ted and wife Heidi brag about being the first “Bush marriage” – they met as Bush staffers. Cruz was an adviser on legal affairs while Heidi was an adviser on economic policy and eventually director for the Western Hemisphere on the National Security Council under Condoleezza Rice.>>>

Mar 11 06:10

North Carolina's Congressional Primaries Are A Mess Because Of These Maps

North Carolina voters are likely to be confused when they arrive at the polling place on March 15th. In addition to presidential candidates, voters will see congressional primary candidates on the ballot.

But thanks to a federal court decision, the districts those candidates represent no longer exist and any voters in those races won't count.

Thanks to three judges, two animal shapes and one hastily redrawn map of U.S. House seats, North Carolina politics have been thrown into chaos.

Mar 10 18:58

Questions linger about LePage

Questions linger about LePage’s endorsement of Trump
Some see the influence of New Jersey Gov. Christ Christie in the Maine governor's about-face.
At a private meeting of Republican governors in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 20, LePage urged his fellow chief executives to disavow Trump, according to a story published Saturday in the New York Times. LePage urged his fellow governors to distance themselves from Trump by penning an open letter “to the people,” the Times reported, but the letter was never written.

Six days after the governors’ meeting, LePage endorsed Trump>>>

(*submitted for those suspecting VOTE FRAUD up they-ah in Maine !)