Kasich, Soros and Cruz

tin hat    *I just put on my Tin Hat and ask you to hang in here with me;  something nefarious occurred to me yesterday morning:

There’s rumor (even more than rumor, there are some facts about this) that Soros contributed a LOT of money to the Kasich candidacy.  WEIRD, right?

Kasich, for some ridiculous notion, is staying in the race though he’s consistently behind.  Right?

I believe most Kasich voters would not vote in the primaries for Trump were Kasich to drop out, they’re slightly more reasoned and admire civility a little more if they like Kasich, so they’d probably give their primary vote to CRUZ.   Right?

During this primary season, I believe Kasich is robbing CRUZ of a LOT OF VOTES, thereby putting him behind Trump, thereby greasing the way toward a TRUMP win at the Convention…  Possible, right?..with Cruz being sucked down because Kasich’s still getting roughly 20% of the primaries?

So, is Soros, by supporting Kasich in any way, assuring our country of having TRUMP win the Republican candidacy?  And is that because he thinks Trump’s so awful that he’d make an even lousier president than Obama’s been, thereby bringing America to its knees in a way only Soros could wish?

OR is this because Soros wants Hillary so badly that he’s seeing the polls saying she could beat Trump pretty soundly at this point, so he’s hoping Trump gets the candidacy instead of Cruz?

Can I take my Tin Hat off now or you think this is probably such a nutty couple of scenarios I need to permanently live in it now? :=-)

CHIME IN, please…!

*and yes, that does look a little bit like me!


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31 Responses to Kasich, Soros and Cruz

  1. Well, the “establishment” GOP doesn’t want Cruz as the candidate. Maybe that is a factor, too.


  2. jerrydablade says:

    Z, if that is tin hat kinda stuff, then they should wrap me in a yuuuge aluminum foil doobie 🙂
    Either scenario is plausible, but the “getting Hillary elected” one is the odds on fav for me. Trump would assure her election. Heck, I wonder if Trump isn’t in on the gag!


  3. Trump is the only candidate with enough Independents to actually win in the General. And when the RNC denies him the nomination in Cleveland, Hillary can’t lose.


  4. Sparky says:

    Soros?! O. M. Goodness. Pass the tin hat. I think I need it too.


  5. geeez2014 says:

    Sparky, IMAGINE?

    Vrag….the polls show Cruz would beat Hillary and Trump can’t…interesting, but it’s only April.
    and yes, if the RNC denies Trump, he’ll make SUCH hell that we’ve lost the election…and the country. Completely and forever.

    Jerry, I absolutely have thought Trump could be in on this IF this is a real scenario.

    AOW…not sure Soros would want to help the GOP, but the Bilderburgs and the Trilateral Commission filled with both sides of the aisle have driven me to believe we’re in the hands of monsters, not real men like our founding fathers, and we can never trust these monsters.


  6. geeez2014 says:

    OFF TOPIC: Obama is now warning of ‘persistent nuclear threats’….is that what came out of his conference? Imagine how much money our country could have saved had he just asked US if there might be a persistent nuclear threat?
    He’s warning NOW as if it’s NEW? WHAT THE………?


  7. The polls show Cruz would beat Hillary and Trump can’t…

    When were any polls concerning “Trump” ever right?


  8. The only Trump-Hillary poll with any degree of reliability will be the one taken on April 19th.


  9. Soros backing Kasich ensures that neither Cruz nor Trump will have enough votes on the first ballot to win the nomination, throwing the election to the Establishment and guaranteeing that the Trump voters will feel cheated and likely stay home come November in the General. This benefits Hillary.


  10. FB says:

    I think it’s all part of the scheme from the bankers and global elite to make us serfs. Socialism and crony capitalism so those people stay on top, while printing money to make us shut up. Cruz is part of it too. Another one tied to Goldman Sachs and lying. Trump may well be as well. I don’t trust anybody anymore.


  11. FB says:

    I watched this video yesterday and knew some of it but this is why I commented this way above


  12. Mal says:

    These are all possible scenarios. We’ll probably never know for sure. Actually, the recent downturn in Trumps popularity gives hope to the RNC to not have to support him without backlash from his supporters. The big question is, would his supporters then shift over and vote for whoever the RNC selects to ensure no Hillary?


  13. geeez2014 says:

    I’m kind of sick of the whole thing; I read the comments and others’ blogs and am weary of hating ourselves. We’re torn about who to vote for, people I know who have dignity and civility are liking Trump as if they actually don’t hear his bragging and his misinformation and other ridiculous traits….
    Maybe America’s just over………I never thought I’d see this. And it was happening behind the scenes but it seems like it has happened fast.
    And it’s every bit our fault as it is the Left’s fault, only I believe the Left hurried it along with anti-patriotism and political correctness and the secularist nonsense that’s robbed so many of faith and trust in something bigger than themselves, which is always a better thing.



  14. Trump and Soros are/were friends.
    Trump entered the race on a lark and found himself himself carried on a wave he did not intend.
    That’s why he’s so ill prepared.
    He wants out.
    A contested convention allows him to bow out and claim he was robbed, ego intact.
    Hillary, his friend, goes against Cruz, who Hillary thinks she can beat, particularly if Trump Cult members buy it all and stay home. A large portion of them were dems anyway.
    (But they can’t stand Hillary, so they may vote against the script.)
    It’s all orchestrated.
    That our Republic hangs on such machinations is a travesty.
    Hopefully, God intervenes, her aneurism, or indictment, hits and Cruz goes in.
    God save the Republic!


  15. geeez2014 says:

    Ed, I don’t know they are or were friends…do you know that for sure? I did hear the other day, from an insider in his original campaign, that he really doesn’t want to win.
    Great point about what could happen that would help him lose with what he’d think of as ‘dignity, claiming he was robbed, ego intact; the MOST important thing to that big blowhard.

    I don’t personally think a “large portion” of Trump folks are Democrats but I know quite a few are.

    You make some great points, particularly “God save the Republic!”
    I’m beginning to like Cruz more, he had great (if WAAY too long) answers on CNN’s Townhall the other night. The Townhalls are INFINITELY better than debates, don’t you think?


  16. geeez2014 says:

    Do you all know Trump is STILL slamming Megyn Kelly? I’m beginning to wonder if he’s just plain in love with her 🙂


  17. In an abusive relationship sort of way.
    And yes, there are pictures of him being chummy with Moriarity, I mean, Soros.
    Just like with the Clintons.

    Depends on how you define “large portion”.
    Remember, that’s what his acolytes claim is part of his appeal, drawing in all those disaffected democrats.

    Cruz has gotten his charm polished. See him on Kimmel.


  18. geeez2014 says:

    Well, well, Ted really did do a good job…he looks better and seems almost human 🙂
    And, to his credit, Kimmel really let him be himself, not setting himself up with leading liberal questions, etc.
    Thanks, Ed!


  19. Imp says:

    Soros? I wonder why he can’t be arrested as an enemy of the state and tried for terrorism? His fingers and money are in every anti American pie it seems. He’s one POS that Schindler should have thrown back at Auschwitz. That alone should have had him hung by the Mossad just as they hung Eichman.


  20. He is the Napoleon of crime, Watson. He is the organiser of half that is evil and of nearly all that is undetected in this great city…


  21. Ed,
    Cruz has gotten his charm polished. See him on Kimmel.


    I don’t see it that way at all.

    Granted that I have great distaste for politicians appearing on late night talk shows. Demeans the political office, IMO.


  22. Z,
    I’m kind of sick of the whole thing; I read the comments and others’ blogs and am weary of hating ourselves.

    I’m beyond sick of of it!

    It’s a circular firing squad.

    I’ve never seen fellow conservatives turn on each other the way that they have this cycle. And, surely, we should understand that even those with whom we disagree really are trying to discern which candidate is best for our republic.


  23. About that video above…

    Sorry, but I don’t find it funny at all that Ted Cruz joked about mowing down another POTUS candidate.


  24. I imagine it started with Bill on Arsenio Hall.
    Or Nixon on Laugh In.
    It’s voter outreach.
    I was just pointing out that he is coming across better.
    As for demeaning, Trump has lowered that bar to levels subterranean.
    It’s not Lincoln Douglas anymore, much as I would like. If it were, Trump would have folded before Walker.


  25. Ed,
    As for demeaning, Trump has lowered that bar to levels subterranean.

    I won’t disagree. But it is a natural outcome of the coarsening of our culture — a coarsening which really ramped up during the Sixties.

    Do you recall how RMN talked as recorded on those White House tapes? Sheesh.


  26. Ed,
    Let me ask you this.

    If Donald Trump had made that run-him-over joke about Cruz, would you find it funny?


  27. PS: For the record, I would not find it funny.


  28. FB says:

    I don’t think it’s funny either. Cruz is a little man I think. A preacher and a fake one.


  29. No, I do not think so, but it’s become relative.
    Cruz’ behavior is exemplary in comparison to Trump.
    I only support Cruz to the degree that he is so superior to Trump in every meaurable that concerns me, including electability.
    I hold as much disdain for Trump as Obama.
    I cringed at that “joke”.
    He was led in to that comment by Kimmel, but should have ignored it.


  30. Kid says:

    Is there an election coming up or something?


  31. Ed,
    I cringed at that “joke”.

    I’m glad to read that!

    What he said was certainly not a good testimony of his Christian faith. Over on Twitter, I read this about the joke: I guess he’s turning the other cheek when he looks over his shoulder and hits the gas.


    I hold as much disdain for Trump as Obama.

    I don’t. There is no political leader for whom I hold as much disdain as I do Obama.


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