Friday, August 21, 2015

Donald Trump Press Conference in New Hampshire-NO TELEPROMPTER!!

It's nonsense with Pac's ---Give but with transparency

Via The Conservative Tree House
In 2010 we defeated dozens of incumbent Republicans in both the House and Senate, replacing them with more conservative representatives.  Jim DeMint’s Senate Conservative Fund, a traditional political action committee (PAC), was a key element in supporting Marco Rubio, Mike Lee, Ron Johnson, Rand Paul, etc.
Mitch McConnell and the establishment republicans were furious.
If the 2010 election process was allowed to repeat again in 2012, the power of dozens of professional republicans was at risk.  The very influence of Tom Donohue and the CoC was at stake.  Billions of dollars hang in the balance.  Something needed to be done to stop thevulgarians.
In late 2011 and early 2012 the Wall Street and K-Street lobby groups formulated a plan to stop conservatives from steamrolling their preferred candidates, Super-PAC’s.
Super Political Action Committees were formed, using the Citizens United decision, to pour BILLIONS into very specific election processes and subvert the traditional dependency on campaign financial support from the electorate.
In essence the construct of the Citizens United decision was used to pump political gladiators with Wall Street steroids.  This approach would be how the professional class would defend their seats, their place at the trough.
This would be how Mitt Romney would be nominated despite the will of the electorate.
We were too slow to respond, because we did not understand the scheme.
In 2014, the process took on new levels of political maneuvering.  We caught on to the constructs, as well as the overall goals, of Donohue to 1.) keep Obamacare, 2.) get immigration reform to include amnesty, and 3.) establish Common Core federal education standards.
Late in 2013 we began ringing the alarm bells.  Few could believe what we were saying.
It came to pass in 2013, 2014 when establishment Super-Pac’s funded by Wall Street and Tom Donohue, and directed by the power brokers alongside Mitch McConnell, destroyed conservative challengers like Ken Cucinelli in Virginia, Matt Bevin in Kentucky, and most obviously Chris McDaniel in Mississippi.
Without the GOPe Super-PAC’s working against them, Cucinelli and Bevin would have quite possibly won; Chris McDaniel would most certainly have won.
The McConnell/Donohue GOPe plan worked brilliantly.
As a consequence this became the construct for the 2015 GOPe roadmap to elect Jeb Bush as the Republican nomination.   We saw them constructing it in late ’13 and early ’14.
Because of the outcome, Citizens United ultimately became a loss for our side.  The GOPe professional political class is now using Wall Street money to fund their efforts against conservatives by financing parallel campaigns for establishment candidates.
It is also the Super-PAC’s, and only the Super-PAC’s, which can assure them victory in 2016 with Jeb Bush.
Without Super-PAC’s the campaigns of Jim Gilmore, George Pataki, Lindsey Graham, Mike Huckabee, Rick Perry, John Kasich, Carly Fiorina, Rick Santorum and Chris Christie cannot exist.  If those candidates had to rely on financial support from the electorate, they could never be in the race.  They are only in the race to split votes and support Jeb Bush.
This essential and key element is what Donald Trump is now highlighting.  But will the electorate see it?  Will the media report on it?