Friday, February 26, 2016

Former RNC and Romney Employees, John McCain, Ted Cruz Super Pac’s ALL going after Trump

Regardless of how much money these Pac's and candidates spend "We the People" are speaking out loud and clear. Let the people decide who the GOP nominee will be.
GOP,Candidates and Super Pac's all trying to take down Trump and he's still standing and has won 3 out four primies with by big margins. Give it up. This time we are not going to let you shove a candidate down our throat.
A new super PAC headed by a former Mitt Romney campaign manager is planning an ad blitz in South Carolina in an attempt to block Donald Trump’s path to the Republican nomination. Our Principles PAC is taking credit for the real estate mogul’s second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses after the group blanketed the state just weeks after it was formed is an offshoot of Our Principles PAC.
Our Principles PAC is an anti-Donald Trump super PAC founded by Katie Packer, a former aide to Mitt Romney‘s 2012 presidential campaign. The super PAC has sent mailers and aired television ads in Iowa criticizing Trump’s policies. The super PAC operates and

Cruz benefits from five different super PACs that support his presidential run: Stand for Principle PAC, Keep the Promise PAC, Keep the Promise I, Keep the Promise II and Keep the Promise III. As of the most recent campaign finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission, the five groups have raised more than $38 million.
The pro-Cruz super PAC Courageous Conservatives PAC is hammering Trump with last-minute robocalls accusing him of supporting Nikki Haley’s decision to take down the Confederate flag at the State Capitol.
Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) presidential campaign also released a harsh new commercial going after Trump.

GOP establishment hacks from sent out thousands of Anti-Trump flyers this week attacking the Republican frontrunner in New Hampshire.
Trump Card LLC, the self-styled guerrilla campaign being launched by Liz Mair, the former online communications director of the Republican National Committee.

PAC supporting Mr. Kasich, New Day for America, on Thursday began airing a series of ads that show Mr. Trump and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson while invoking the Nov. 13 Paris terrorist attacks. “On-the-job training for president does not work,” an ad says. Until Mr. Kasich’s super PAC ads, there has been little paid advertising attacking Mr. Trump. That is in part because donors have been reluctant to invest in such efforts
Superpac Against Trump: 'If It Bleeds We Can Kill It' “…Packer is being supported by a number of GOP bigshots, including John McCain, in order to try to form a steady barrage of anti-Trump messages that will ultimately turn voters against the New York billionaire no one can buy.
Anti-Trump-Super-Pac-Features-John-McCain “...GOP electorate towards the GOP establishment is bounded between “hate and disgust” on one end of the spectrum and “burn it down and plow salt into the ashes” on the other. 

Right to Rise USA, the big-money super PAC backing former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R), released an ad titled "Iceberg."