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The Assault On Donald Trump Shows That Our 2 Party System Is Really A 1 Party System

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Donald Trump CircleWere you sickened by the Republican debate the other night? The hype leading up to the debate was unbelievable. Never before had there been so much interest in a debate this early in an election season, and it turned out to be the most watched program on Fox News ever. A record-shattering 24 million Americans tuned in, and what they witnessed was an expertly orchestrated assault on Donald Trump. From the very first moments, every question that was launched at Trump was an “attack question”. And then the laughable “focus group” that followed was specifically designed to show that “ordinary people” were “changing their minds” about Trump. By the end of the evening, it was abundantly clear that Fox News had purposely intended to try to destroy Trump’s candidacy.

And of course Fox News is far from alone. Every mainstream news outlet in the entire country is running anti-Trump news stories every single day. Virtually every other presidential candidate in both parties is attacking him, and virtually every “political expert” from across the political spectrum is trashing his chances of success.

So why is this happening?

Normally, candidates that are not part of the “establishment” do not pose much of a threat. In order to win elections in this country, especially on a national level, you need name recognition and you need lots and lots of money.

Donald Trump has both, and no matter what you may think of him you have to admit that he has star power.

And he was never supposed to run for president. You see, the truth is that only members of “the club” are allowed to play. The elite very carefully groom their candidates, and they are usually able to maintain a very tight grip on both major political parties.

This two-headed abomination that we call a “two party system” is in reality just a one party system. Yes, many Democrats and many Republicans really do hate one another, but at the end of the day there is very little difference between the two parties. That is why nothing ever really seems to change no matter who gets elected. George W. Bush continued almost all of Bill Clinton’s policies, and Barack Obama has continued almost all of George W. Bush’s policies. When they are running for office, they tell us what they think we want to hear, but once they get to D.C. they do exactly what the establishment wants them to do.

Donald Trump, whether you love him or you hate him, is a threat to this system. He is not controlled by the elite, and he does and says all sorts of things that drive the elite absolutely nuts.

If he was polling below 5 percent that wouldn’t be a problem. At first, the mainstream media attempted to portray him as a joke that would never get any real support.  But since then, Trump has proven that he is a serious candidate with some very serious ideas about how to fix this country.  Now that he is receiving far, far more support than the establishment choice (Jeb Bush), he must be destroyed.

I can promise you right now that the Republican establishment will pull out every dirty trick in the book to keep Donald Trump from getting the Republican nomination.

And if Donald Trump runs as an independent, the elite will move heaven and earth to keep him out of the White House.

This isn’t even just about Trump.  If Ben Carson starts getting too much support, he will be destroyed too. This is how presidential elections in America work.

What we witnessed during the Fox News debate the other night was not an accident. The goal was to make Jeb Bush look good and to make Donald Trump look bad. The following comes from Mike Adams

But the one thing that really stood out was the total fraud of what Fox News pulled off. It was clear from the first five minutes that Fox News had pre-arranged softball questions for Jeb Bush to highlight his “heroic actions” and accomplishments. Meanwhile, the kinds of questions directed to Donald Trump were all thinly veiled accusations and insults, designed to attack Trump on issues that had nothing to do with running the country.

The typical questions went something like this: (paraphrased)

Fox News: “Jeb Bush, how did you get to be such an amazing leader?”

Fox News: “Donald Trump, why do you hate women?”

As if a debate with totally contrived questions wasn’t enough, Fox News also had a pre-arranged assembly of apparently “ordinary citizens” who were asked, after the debate, how many of them now hated Donald Trump.

And even when “the debate” was over, the assault continued. If you have not seen the disgraceful “focus group interview” which Frank Luntz orchestrated, you can check it out below…

I just about fell out of my chair when I saw that.

Virtually everyone in the “focus group” that Frank Luntz put together supposedly had a positive view of Donald Trump before the debate, and then almost every single one of them supposedly become Trump haters during the course of the two hour debate.

I am sure that they were hoping that everybody in the viewing public would “come to their senses” and become Jeb Bush supporters.

But of course post-debate polling shows that is not happening at all.

The Drudge Report conducted a flash poll immediately following the debate, and a whopping 44.67 percent of those that responded said that Trump won the debate.

Ted Cruz was in second place with 14.31 percent.

Jeb Bush got a measly 2.07 percent.

A Newsmax survey came up with similar results…

  • Donald Trump: 38 percent
  • Ted Cruz: 15.5 percent
  • Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson: 10.2 percent
  • Florida Sen. Marco Rubio: 9.7 percent
  • Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul: 9.3 percent
  • Ohio Gov. John Kasich: 4.9 percent
  • Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker: 4.5 percent
  • Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee: 3.5 percent
  • Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 2.5 percent
  • New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie: 1.4 percent

And a survey conducted by Time Magazine also produced similar findings. Donald Trump got 47 percent, Ben Carson was in second place with 11 percent, and Jeb Bush got 4 percent.

But Donald Trump is not going to be the Republican nominee.

Unless something goes horribly, horribly wrong for the Republican establishment, Jeb Bush is going to be the nominee.

We have a system that is deeply, deeply broken and that does not reflect the will of the people.

This was illustrated by one of the questions that Trump was asked during the debate

BAIER: Mr. Trump, it’s not just your past support for single-payer health care. You’ve also supported a host of other liberal policies….You’ve also donated to several Democratic candidates, Hillary Clinton included, and Nancy Pelosi. You explained away those donations saying you did that to get business-related favors. And you said recently, quote, “When you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do.”

TRUMP: You’d better believe it.

BAIER: — they do?

TRUMP: If I ask them, if I need them, you know, most of the people on this stage I’ve given to, just so you understand, a lot of money.

TRUMP: I will tell you that our system is broken. I gave to many people, before this, before two months ago, I was a businessman. I give to everybody. When they call, I give. And do you know what? When I need something from them two years later, three years later, I call them, they are there for me. And that’s a broken system.

The really amazing thing is that nobody up on that stage disputed that what Trump was saying was true.

It is very well understood by our politicians that when they get big checks from the elite for their campaigns that certain things are expected from them in return.

Our government does not reflect the will of the people and it hasn’t for a very long time.

Instead, it reflects the will of the elite, and the American people are getting sick and tired of it.

Right now, surveys show that Donald Trump has far more support than any other Republican candidate.

But he is not going to be the Republican nominee. The Republican establishment will make sure of that.

There is still the possibility that Trump could run as an independent. That would be an extremely tough road, but on Sunday he sounded very open to the possibility

The political hurricane that is Donald Trump didn’t recede over the weekend, even in the face of a rising tide of criticism from Republican rivals about his attack on Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.

Instead, the celebrity billionaire insisted in a string of interviews on Sunday TV shows that he had done nothing wrong, that “only a deviant” would interpret his words in an offensive way, and that he is leaving open the possibility of running an independent campaign for the White House if the GOP doesn’t treat him “fairly.”

“I do have leverage and I like having leverage,” Trump declared on CBS’ Face the Nation on a morning that also included interviews with ABC’s This Week, CNN’s State of the Union and NBC’s Meet the Press.

This is a scenario that I discussed in my previous article entitled “Republican Operatives Plot To Sabotage Trump – But That Could Turn Him Into Their Worst Nightmare“.  Personally, I believe that Donald Trump will decide to run as an independent when it becomes clear to him that the Republican establishment is going to prevent him from winning the nomination at all costs.

But I could be wrong.

So what do you think?

Please feel free to join the discussion by posting a comment below…

  • G21

    I believe Cruz would make the best prez, but after electing Hussein Obama twice, I don’t see any way America will ever elect a conservative again.

    • nothereyoudon’t

      “Heidi S. Cruz, was an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations until this June. She was a member until June on a 5-year ‘term membership’ program, an official at the organization confirmed.
      Cruz spokesman James Bernsen said Cruz’s issues with the CFR aren’t important.”

      Anyone connected to the CFR in any way, will merely continue the destructive policies of his predecessor.

    • iris

      I think there are still many conservatives in the country, but very few, if no conservatives with real power, at least at the federal level, including all 3 branches. There are still some conservative Representatives and Senators at the federal level who truly are trying to help their states and represent their constituents, but they walk a tightrope. My citizenship is in heaven, and by God’s grace and power, He keeps my focus on loving Him, others and myself.

    • Gay Veteran

      just another politician that supports empire abroad and the national security/surveillance state at home

    • Jim Davis

      Cruz is in the pocket of AIPAC. No thanks. No more wars for Israel.

      • Patferr

        WRONG, Cruz is the ONLY Republican Candidate up there that we KNOW will do EXACTLY what he promises to do. He did a quasi-filibuster of Obamacare that went on straight for almost 24 hours, which is what he promised his constituents he would do. The Media, the Democrats, and even those in his own PARTY mocked him and made fun of him and the Jon Stewarts and talk show folks had a field day at his expense, but he didn’t care, he promised he would do it and he did it. I think Ted Cruz should be our nominee. Trump doesn’t want to be President, he is only here to split the conservative vote enough to let Hillary win, who he donated to and even invited her to his Wedding in Florida, and she went. Trump is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and SOOO many are drinking his Kool-Aid, it’s really sad to be honest with you.

  • Leaving here in the rapture!

    Donald Trump has given huge financial contributions to the Clinton’s in the past and is a Clinton supporter. He KNOWS he will not get the Republican nomination. He has made it clear he will run as an independent candidate then. This will split the Republican vote to ensure that Hillary will win. You said it yourself, Michael, this is a one party system. The whole game has been planned. The outcome has been determined. And don’t forget, Trump stood right up there in front of all 24 million of us and said, “I give to everybody…when they call I give…when I call them, they are there for me.”. This works both ways. Like I said before, the outcome has been determined. May God have mercy on our nation.

    • Lugnut Capp

      To me Donald Trump is like A other Ronald Raegon

      • Jellric

        English please.

        But if I understand you, there are some similarities.

    • iris

      Fox News has lost whatever respect i had left for it. Definitely all planned, probably as you said, to split the party again, or to make us think they did. It makes no difference though, whether Bush or Clinton gets in, like I trust the voting machines, anyway. There’s no reason why some of these people who have tried to get support from the GOP, and then went independent, would not be making a difference at voting time, except for mass manipulation on multiple levels. It sickens me that the American people don’t see it. I don’t ever watch “national news” on tv anymore. I’m assuming Trump has attended Bohemian Grove meetings, knows everyone on the CFR, and wouldn’t be surprised if hes’ a Skull and Bones man, like the rest of them are. I just don’t know why I vote anymore.

      • iris

        Only a very few entities control ninety something percent of our media, including; tv, movies, newspapers, magazines and radio, they’re all donkeyphants, too, imo. Hitler, Stalin and Mao couldn’t have done as good a job.

        • Gay Veteran

          it was Slick Willie that let 6 megacorporations control over 90% of the media

          • iris

            That’s around the time I remember hearing about it. Mostly owned by Ted Turner and George Soros.

      • Rene Arizona Craig

        You said it there Iris ….you said it there. High Five! That is what we all think . Bet that

        • iris

          Thanks, Rene. Our political and governmental system is a real joke.

          • Wanda Haseley

            It is true, but it is all we have to work with at the moment. I believe the tidal wave of support will continue to grow for Mr. Trump, and G-d willing, Trump will make it and become President. Otherwise, get ready for the New World Order because it is just around the corner.

          • iris

            I think you’re right about current support, but I’d bet dollars to donuts that if the whole nation voted for him, regardless of which party he ran under, somehow, Bush or Clinton would still win. Elections are rigged in other parts of the world, who’s to say it hasn’t been happening here? During one of W.’s campaign speeches, his buddy, who just happened to own the company which provided many of the voting machines for that election year, had the gall to publicly say that he knew who would win and grinned while making the statement. Another “let them eat cake” moment, imo. Anyway, he did win, and folks promptly sued and won. But those electronic voting machines were only replaced with other electronic voting machines. They can be hacked, and programed before and after the fact. Of course, such subsequent accusations will be “proven” to be false, if the method is ever questioned again.

    • Jellric

      I keep hearing a Trump third party bid would ensure a Hillary victory, but I see no evidence for it!

    • marina

      We still vote for Donald Trump If in case he runs for third party. Period.

  • Lori Takano

    We’re doomed. We’re all doomed.

    • itscoming

      You got it wrapped up right there Lori. It’s about over.

      • iris

        Yeshua of Bethlehem will return, so, yes, it is about over, Praise God. I for one, am longing for the suffering and injustice across the world to be dealt with fairly under His rule. With the Father and the Spirit, He made this earth (Elohim). but no one who puts their hope, trust and life in His hands will be doomed. “It is given to man once to die, and then, the judgement”. Receive His free gift of salvation while you still can if you don’t know Him as The LORD and your savior.

  • DJohn1

    Donald Trump is Donald Trump’s worst enemy.
    The very thing that has made him popular is likely to destroy his chances of ever being President.
    The issue is whether he has a snowball’s chance in H*** of even having a fair chance at the nomination.
    The one thing that everyone is forgetting is the chance of an economic disaster between now and the election.
    That economic disaster puts Donald Trump in a position where he may just get elected as a solution to that disaster as a businessman well oriented in dealing with turning things around.
    The elite are likely to suffer in this economic disaster just like anyone else. It is likely going to be a crash of such proportions that even they cannot find shelter from the storm. If that occurs they also might change their minds about putting Trump in the job.
    I am more worried that people will become desperate enough to attempt to kill Trump. And that would be establishment people hiring professionals to do the job.
    I notice that nothing is being said about Senator Graham and his plans to reduce Social Security Payments to seniors.
    That is a faction within the Republican party.
    I cannot help but notice that some republicans are going to attempt to keep Planned Parenthood funded.
    I notice also the opposition plan for Iran is going to cost a huge sum of money. So how come they can spend money on that and not on supporting our old people on social security?
    I think Trump is a bull in a china shop. But he is also a refreshing change.
    The people running for the job all appear to be money oriented

    • itscoming

      I really think Trump is a bit of a baboon, but I fear for his life right now.

  • K

    Well the only thing I saw of interest. Is Chris Christie openly showing his contempt for the Constitution. I still think Trump will hand it off to Bush. Because with all the noise they are making about Trump. They disguise their true purpose. Make sure Rand Paul makes no headway, at all.

    • Jim Davis

      And one of the neocons on Fox was saying how well Chris Cristie did. Note to neocons: we do not want NSA spying. What we want is all of you neocons thrown into the eternal lake of fire!

  • Baby Monster

    The Devil Monster is going to be out next president not Donald Trump Jeb Bush Hilary Clinton or Brack Obama staying in for A third term. The Devil Monster will win the elections and be or next president. Satan is running our world now days.

  • Kyle

    I’m voting for Trump whether he’s a republican or an independent. I agree with this entire article. The republicans have no choice but to pick him for their candidate or lose to the demoncrats again. If God wants Trump to win it’ll happen!

    • RageHard84

      Donald Trump doesn’t strike me as a very good candidate. He’s supported Democratic candidates and causes in the past. Not to mention he’s a narcissist.

      • Katzenjammer

        He is and will be a good candidate as long as he continues to rock the US poly-pols’ boat.

      • Jeff Mathis

        Not all Democratic causes are bad. The reverse holds true as not all Republican causes are good. I would love to see an independent win as they are just that, INDEPENDENT! Not subjected to the party line!! That, however, will NEVER happen because of people just like you who judge a policy or a candidate not on it’s individual merit but on the party to which it aligns itself to. People like you ARE the problem with our system.

      • Infidel51

        Being a narcissistic sob has served the current president pretty well. At least Trump is a businessman with some actual experience that might transition well to the White House.
        Edit: Before yall jump on me with both feet I didn’t mean to imply that obozo is a good president just that being a narcissist has taken him far in life. It’s also taken him far in destroying our country.

        • RageHard84

          ” Before yall jump on me with both feet I didn’t mean to imply that obozo
          is a good president just that being a narcissist has taken him far in
          life. It’s also taken him far in destroying our country.”
          When you put it that way, Obama’s narcissism has served him well.
          Trump does have good business experience, but one could’ve said the same of Romney. Do you think we can trust him though? He’s flip-flopped on some issues and he’s donated to Democratic candidates and causes. He’s even donated to the Clintons and their foundation.

          • Infidel51

            Yes it’s true he donated to them. He was acting in his own interests and the interests of his investors as a good businessman should. We should keep in mind that he was attempting to be successful within the rules of the game as it is played here in our corrupt sewer. He didn’t create the rules or the sewer but he would have been a fool to sacrifice profit and political clout for his principles. Now I believe he will play the game for us and use whatever he can to make things better for Americans. I hope so anyways. I don’t hear anyone else with the type of balls he has right now.

          • RageHard84

            He does have a lot of courage, but I can’t say Trump’s my guy. Besides his donations, he’s not convinced me his conversion to conservatism’s solid.

    • Richard

      Riiiiiight… so “God” must have wanted Clinton to win, right? “God” must have wanted Baby Bush to win, right? “God” must have wanted Obama to win, right? Riiiiiight… Way to go, “God”!

  • RageHard84

    I can’t believe Trump has deceived you.

    • Jim Davis

      Trump is not anyone’s ideal candidate, but the fact that he has told the truth on illegal immigration and he is not PC means he is 10x better than the rest of them.

  • nothereyoudon’t

    Every President for almost 100 years has been a member of the Council On Foreign Relations (CFR).
    Many of our Secretaries of State, the highest ranking members of the military, and all of the Cabinet positions have been liberally seeded with members of the CFR and Trilateral Commission.
    As far as I can tell, Donald Trump and Rand Paul are not members of the CFR, and Donald Trump has not been to any meetings at the Bohemian Grove.
    Trump is not a member of Skull and Bones.

    Will Trump get the GOP nomination, I doubt it.
    Will he run on the Independent ticket, I don’t know?
    Will the US elect a President who ISN’T a member of the CFR or Trilateral Commission, absolutely not!

  • SallySmith71

    It’s a pretty safe bet that if the Donald isn’t one of them, then he’s a dead man. They aren’t going to let any one undo what they’ve nearly accomplished after all these years.

    • Jellric

      That would be a bit too obvious.

      They have other tools at their disposal..

  • Rene Arizona Craig

    #NobodyForPresident.. But If I was to vote and keep the elites in power my bet is for The Trump Card. It is their last and final move to stay in some semblance of power and they Know It. We have taken back our consent as a nation. That is a fact. #EndTheFederalReserve

    • iris

      With you 100% on the FR, but they’ll never let that happen, as the world banks, controlled by the elites, have managed our country since the Congress caved, in 1913? We’re just seeing the major extrapolation of these world banks’ control across the globe, now. The countries which still want to claim sovereignty/print their own money, have been/are being done away with, as much as is in their power to do so. They want to reorganize the world into 7-10 regions.

  • candice

    I personally believe that the debate was not used to attack Trump so that he can lose the primary. It seems to look like one because of how he reacted to the question posed by Megan Kelly which happens to be good questions and legitimate ones. It was clear he was ill prepared for the debate. The question was really important because if Trump were to be the nominee for the GOP, the democrats will use Trumps past as part of the “war on women” that Hillary and the other Dem leaders use to discredit the conservative POV and the GOP for many years now. It’s JMHO!

  • pissedlizard كافر ‏

    Frank Luntz screens all of the people he puts on tv at least 3 or 4 times before they go on. His troop has “trials” before hand to “try to get a balance” of people’s views. He is a media whore who will bark for anybody who gives him attention.

    • Jim Davis

      His “focus groups” are always a bunch of trained monkey idiots.

    • tayronachan

      And “attention” being money.

  • horse777res

    It really doesn’t make any difference who is in the White House. This country is toast!!!

  • sirflailalot

    (Donald Trump, whether you love him or you hate him, is a threat to this system. He is not controlled by the elite, and he does and says all sorts of things that drive the elite absolutely nuts.)

    This is exactly why i fear for the Donald.
    You Better believe that the elite who control the two parties are absolutely Vicious.
    And mark my words , they will Kill Donald trump literally if he upsets the status quo.
    Just like they killed Kennedy when he threatened their control over Americas Finances.

    • Jorma

      Excellent reference with JFK and the Federal Reserve. Kennedy signed an E.O. giving the Treasury Dept authority to create their own currency, which I believe marginalized the Brentonwoods Agreement. The Rothchild Family and/or Bank of England didn’t appreciate that and JFK was murdered for it. Ironically this Executive Order is still in effect but no one will touch it. I hope that Americans from both parties will rally behind Trump. It maybe the last time we see someone that has a chance to really rock the establishment. That is, till the 70 to 80 million gun owners in the U.S. decide to stand up to this corruption.

      • sirflailalot

        No . I don’t believe that will do.
        The Elites are to close to their one world Goals to allow some upstart get in the way .
        First they will pull out all the stops to try to kill his chances using media and polls and propaganda.
        Its already started.
        If that doesn’t work they will kill him dead.
        Probably make it look like and accident.
        but at this point they dont really need to.
        Complacency and apathy are at an all time high.
        Im a Bible believer.
        And scripture is clear that Sin in this world will be sinned according to Gods boundaries and that the rebellion against God will have but one leader.
        Satan.
        And he will rule the kingdoms of the earth until Jesus Christ Himself Opens the scroll which is the title deed to the earth and takes it as his own possession.
        Until then the evil one rules the world By Gods own divine decree using Men who willingly submit to Him for power and money.
        that’s why all through History its the same. The wicked Rule.
        Joe Kennedy was a member of the club if you will.
        the Big family’s were the Rockefeller , Rothschild’s and Kennedy’s
        He Didn’t agree with the others about enslaving he American middle class and ruining the US.
        so he used his own money …just read captains and the kings to find out for real what happened.
        Joe Kennedy the father Got his son to use the presidency to try to pry the grip of these wicked evil men off the USA.
        They simply killed the whole family.
        The so called Kennedy curse.
        The truth is that we should all be willing to let it all Go.
        Jesus said “My kingdom is not of this world”
        Donald would be better served to bow out of this race.
        repent of his sins . Put his faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and spend the rest of his days studying prophecy and biblical
        truth.
        The time is at hand.
        The Elite are going to get what they want. The whole world.

        Jesus said.( what does it prophet a man to gain the whole world but lose his own soul?)

    • RageHard84

      Are you sure he’s not one of the elite? He’s donated tons of money to politicians’ campaigns.

    • Infidel51

      That’s what i keep saying. He should be very much afraid for his life.

  • Jimmy Haning

    None of this matters! God is about to LEVEL the playing field for all the world to see VERY soon! All the “Rich Elitists” will soon be just as poor as the rest of us! It’s an ancient thing known as “The Shemitah” and it’s just around the corner!!! Even So Come QUICKLY Yeshua Lord Jesus!!!

    • iris

      Yes, Lord, return soon!

  • z–man

    In 2008 they forced Milquetoast McCain on us. In 2012 they crammed Romney down our throats. If they try to tie us down with Jeb in 2016, another loss is all but guaranteed. I have to wonder, will that FINALLY be the boiling-over point?

    • Jim Davis

      If somehow we end up with Bush vs. Clinton, we need a national strike and storming of DC.

      • z–man

        Today, I think we’re pretty much past the tipping point. Will this next presidential cycle FINALLY be
        the time all this rage against the establishment FINALLY boils over and
        we remove these “effing” people from power??

      • marina

        Amen Bro. I will join the strike.

  • Ridonkulous101

    Its almost as if God is saying, “I know your deception…I’ve been watching for the last 7 years…you want a wolf in sheeps clothing, I will give you one.” I personally cannot imagine a worse candidate for the highest office in the land, but then again, God is in control, and I can certainly see some divine justice in our country being led by someone whose sole devotion has been to himself and his $$$. We would certainly deserve that. On the other hand, He may be using Him to fracture the Republican vote, and assure a Democratic win to keep our country on the path it has chosen. Certainly nothing in scripture indicates that we wake up, as a nation, and turn back to Him in the last days…indeed, just the opposite, as we are seeing.

    Make no mistake…we have told Him He no longer rules our country…through our laws, our lawgivers, and our behavior. We WILL receive our just measure…He is faithful in that regard.

    • marina

      Your view with Donald Trump is absolutely wrong. I prepare to have Trump than Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton that we know about their stance in politics.

  • Scott Lively

    My guess is that Bush will be the Republican nominee devoid of conservative and populist support (that will go to Trump) and will WIN the election with Democrat votes and be heralded as the great unifier.

    • iris

      I think you’re right. We’ve had 2 terms of Democrats in now, and the rollercoaster of keeping our country “balanced” must continue, lol.

  • Essie Little

    I pray for him ,I believe he really cares about the country and it’s people. He also tells it like it is and shows true backbone . We have had enough of these spin less lying puppets to last a lifetime. I ask Father
    God everyday to protect him and his family from the murderous thugs he is exposing for all the world to see. Thank God for giving him the courage to confront the traitorous bunch oh groveling flunkie’s . It is not the same old grinning faced tools of destruction liking the boots of their masters. How refreshing to have someone admit the system is rigged. Rand Paul is no better than the rest of the pack ,he is not his father. He has sold his soul to the company store just like all the rest.
    Trump and Ron Paul would be our best ticket. You know they stole the slot from him in the last so called election. These thieves don’t have a problem with lying , murdering or any other devilish act ,they have all but destroyed this whole world not just America .Who is at the top of these endless wars? They could have ended hunger, destruction years ago if that’s what they really wanted to do. At far less cost or effort the
    99% of planet earth wants and knows how to. Yet greed and total insanity rules the idiot’s in power . Hope sanity prevails for the sake of the planet and all on it.

  • Ron Parks

    While I am still undecided, I still look to Trump with great interest. His past stances on some issues trouble me but his explanations seem to make sense and be sincere. I am aware that the real power brokers are the elite that are invisible and behind the scenes. I am worried that, if the current bashing strategies don’t work, they may well try to take him out. The idea of a president that it not beholding to big money contributors, the social elite, and the new world order may well be enough for me to support him in spite of the fact that we may not agree on every issue. I realize that he could be duping us but the main-line establishment people have shown us, time and time again, that they are fully capable of doing that as well. I continue to watch with interest. You had better watch your back Mr. Trump!

  • JB-Stoner42

    Rand Paul is my guy, but I like what Donald is doing. He’s not tied down by the big money donors and I really believe that makes him a huge threat to the establishment. If he is the nominee, I probably would vote for him. It’s time to remove special interest groups out of the political arena.

    • iris

      The trouble is, Trump, Gates and Buffet combined are paupers compared to the shadow families who pull the strings of money being produced, literally and figuratively. They stay out of the limelight, but there are 8 or 10 of them. They make and break economies, instigate and quell wars, and if not for their lust for power, it would probably be only a game to them. The Duponts, the Rockefellers, those kinds of families. Most of them are in Europe, but we have a few in the U.S. The land assets of the Queen of England are equal to 1/6 of the land in the world, if one includes the countries considered part of the Commonwealth, as they’ve sworn land allegiance to the Crown. I don’t have a problem with that, it’s their form of government, but it gives one an idea of just how powerful they are, how much money can go to spin/back/cover up for, etc. their political choices of the day. I don’t know if the royal families in Great Britain are part of the cabal, and don’t mean to imply that they are.

      Still, God is in the real place of power, and He’s going to win in the end. He’s a gentleman, and so allows us free will. That doesn’t negate His omnipotence and sovereignty in the least. He says He won’t be mocked, and won’t put off judgement forever. We’re getting closer to that day.

    • Gay Veteran

      little Rand sure back tracked on giving yet more money to Israel and the Pentagon

      • Jim Davis

        Yes, I don’t why ALL of them, including Trump, think we have to support Israel. Can we have just ONE candidate who doesn’t.

        • marina

          Jim Davis Israel is the only allies of United States in the Middle East that’s the reason why we have to support them.

      • JB-Stoner42

        Everyone of those politicians in office today, in my opinion need to be arrested and tossed in jail.

    • tayronachan

      I’m sure if Rand got anywhere near the nomination he’d get treated/blacked out just like his father was.

      • JB-Stoner42

        You are exactly correct.

  • daledor

    “He is not controlled by the elite, and he does and says all sorts of things that drive the elite absolutely nuts.” YOU GOT TO LOVE TRUMP for not kissing the posterity of the Establishment.

  • ProclaimingGodsTruth

    Right on Michael! The Elites will put in this office who they want and who they want is based on the spiritual condition of this nation. The whole head is sick – Isa 1:5 – our leaders in government: national and local. Even our churches are sickly and without the power of the Holy Spirit.
    Our nation is being ripped apart and the moral threads. We have dissed God and trashed His wisdom. This nation – again – will get who the Lord God Almighty thinks we deserve. HC comes to my mind…

  • michael86

    I was very disappointed in Fox News pulling a stunt like they did on Trump.I think he will go independent and really screw the GOP

  • krinks

    As soon as Trump pointed out the criminal invasion from our southern border I knew Trump would be attacked. The elite have over run the nations of the west with illegal parasites from other nations that the public screams for someone to do something about and no one ever does. Societal chaos is the goal and a global totalitarian gov’t is the end game.

  • Seen2013

    “So why is this happening?”

    In order for the Democratic-Republican Party to openly assert itself as a 1 Party system, the establishment must first make the parties virtually indistinguishable by image and narrative or otherwise politically relevant. This also requires the purging by the political establishment of any supporters who are opposed or dissent from the establishment’s agenda objectives.

    Can ‘none of you’ serve the term? Nope. Abstaining your vote is the same thing. Don’t believe me, ask the UN Security Council where the majority abstained from voting against the Libya Resolution, and NATO bases a fleet in the eastern med to dissuade military involvement of Russia and China.

    Can a third independent party be hosted by the Committee on Presidential Debates? Not unless they agree to either lose or support the establishment’s agenda.

    Now, you understand why Trump entered the race; he is Bush’s Trump card to the nomination who owes his second place in the polls to Donald Trump’s launch and the siphoning of other candidate’s support. Trump will run as an independent, and people like Palin will call for an independent party that poses no threat to the establishment and decouples dissidents from those who will go along to get along landing themselves on a guaranteed database registry for detainment particularly when Liberty supporters are coupled with Putin supporters and detained Japanese style during World War II during World War III. Brandon Smith of altmarket have already noted that last tidbit in which Liberty supporters are being setup as Russian insurgents…

    Reverse Psychology…

    • iris

      Very good comment! See you on the other side of the barbed wire, perhaps. Hoping not, but, God’s will be done. If we can’t share any real news, or our religious beliefs, or our political views, well, one has to choose what one values most. If I use my silence as a Christian to share the gospel in unspoken ways, excellent, but if I use a Christian blog to share the gospel with words, that’s good by me, too. Either way, I don’t want to wimp out on what God has called for.

  • im4truth4all

    The elitists do not like to hear the truth. Trump has spoken the truth about political correctness, wide open borders, etc. The Republicans have a way to go but it seems that they are slowly merging with the Democrat party. When we finally have only one party then we can vote yes or no for a candidate just like the Communists previously did and we will be amazed when the candidate gets 99.8% yes.

    If you tell a big enough lie and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.

    The lie can be maintained only for such time as the state can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the state to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the state. — Joseph Goebbles

    • tayronachan

      I wonder if “it” will be different this time around because of the internet? Wait…did I just say “this time will be different”?

  • US Citizen

    Please look up what Powers the President has. Just Google “Presidential Powers”. The President does not have much power. The nation’s laws are made by Congress. The Senators and House of Representatives have the real power. Those are the candidates we have to vote to change if you want change in the US.

    • alan9074

      There are a great many things a president can do without the consent of congress.

      • US Citizen

        Yes the President is the Defender in Charge, but, you need to check out what powers the president has. They are few. Congress is the key to change.

        • marina

          Obama doesn’t need congress or constitutional Law, he does what ever he want isn’t it?The congress job is sleep, eat and get paid
          .

    • Mistanick

      You are absolutely correct! The founding fathers meant the office of the President to be relatively weak to avoid just what we have today, one man executing law through so called “executive powers” as a king would do, by-passing the legislative body to do so. Both Dems and Repubs have grossly taken advantage of this claimed privilege.

      • iris

        Yes, indeedy!

        • US Citizen

          The power of the Executive Order is one of the powers that the president has. It is usually used for emergencies or other national needs with short time span constraints and most are done at the end of a presidential term. So far president Obama has issued less than previous recent presidents. They can be challenged by Congress also. Please research Executive Orders for more info. Everyone blames the presidents for the ails of the country, but, it’s really the Congress persons.

          • iris

            I’ll have to look into that, and you’re probably right. But I don’t think he’s helped Blacks, who voted for him in mass. In fact, I think tptb have tried to fan flames on that issue, which is sad. I was glad to see a person of color finally get into the Oval Office, it’s how he got there that I question, and I don’t think he has the U.S. at heart, though very few presidents have. I do think he’s disdained what he knows a majority of Americans want and need, perhaps just not through E.O.s. But he is not alone, and for all intents and purposes, is just running with the ball which was handed to him. I wouldn’t want his job, even if I don’t agree with him.

      • tayronachan

        I bet if Trump made it to the White House, Congress would all of a sudden grow a pair.

        • US Citizen

          The president has no power over them. That’s the point I’m trying to make. He can veto a law they pass and they could still pass it by a 2/3rds vote.

          • iris

            very true.

          • marina

            Because Obama doesn’t have respect the constitution and Congress allows him.

  • VigilanteCaregiver

    I’m politically atheist; so I don’t really care. Politics can’t solve these issues.

  • Miggy

    Trump is earning my respect. I may just make it to the national polls after a many year absence, which is a statement.

    When is the last time you heard any politician from any party say they want to make America great again? Or talk about how open boarders are destroying this country?

    A lot of brave individuals died for the freedoms we enjoy.

    John 3:16

  • GetReal4U2

    the laughable “focus group” that followed was specifically designed to show that “ordinary people” were “changing their minds” about Trump…
    I found that “group” odd as well…I’m betting most of them were democrats…Trump isn’t owned by the machine…the media and the elite will eventually force him out…if he does run as a 3rd party…hildabeast will be a sure bet…however…I’m honestly uncertain of an election occurring at all…

  • Mistanick

    Last weeks media event was not a debate. In the plain sense, each candidate would be asked to respond to the same question and possibly be given the opportunity to respond to each other. The moderator of a debate is in a minor role and does not have a position in the question, but allows those debating the question to respond as they might.

    Fox was dishonest (or evil and disengenuous) to convince the sheeple to believe what they might see in their favorite bar or on their own TV was a true debate with a winner and loser. Not the case. This event turned out to be an opportunity for host(s) to disgraceTrump and build up the candidacy of their favorite new world order devotees.

  • tayronachan

    Exactly. Neither party will ever get my vote again.

  • Mike

    While there is no excuse for cruel and volgar comments, Kelly has no right to mock the God of the universe and ask questions like she did Cruz. She should not be allowed to participate in any further debates. What a very sad person (kelly) I’m talking about.

  • Preacher62

    The US Government is a worldly system with worldly goals and worldly ambitions. God is not in this game and most certainly is not concerning himself with the results of an election performed by a nation that has consistently rejected him. God’s children should not be concerning themselves with the things their father has told them not to play around with. The only hope for any person in your family, any friend, any neighbor is for YOU to bring them out of this worldly system and into the kingdom of God. God is not FOR anyone who seeks to be part of this world regardless of their political affiliation, race, creed or national origin. There may be some decent men running for office but if they truly understood who God is, they would not be attempting to partner up with a system totally opposed to everything God stands for. Go and make disciples, that’s how you change a nation.

  • Ty Gentz

    I just hope it doesn’t turn into a Kennedy situation, I like what trump is doing, he needs a good running mate I think someone that does have time in office, I think if he could somehow get Rubio as his running mate they would b unstoppable. Then again to keep the offices out of it Ben Carson would be another on that with the both of them together I think we would see a real change in the White House, just something to think about.

  • Gregory Alan of Johnson

    I’m ‘sick’ of folk not seeing the illusion of elections for being exactly that.

  • KalevEfrayim

    Yep, it is a one party system, the NWO party with the Republicans representing the right wing faction and the Democrats representing the left wing faction.
    The GOP will NOT allow Trump to win the nomination, if they don’t cheat him out of it, or drum up some false accusations to get him out they, will “kill” him out of it.

  • marina

    We are all for Donald Trump . We will support him what ever party he is.

  • Infidel51

    Trump will win the general election no matter if there is an R or an I next to his name because he is saying everything that the American people are feeling. He is speaking the truth and the truth has real power. But one thing that the article failed to point out is that the elites might have him killed to keep him from the White House. It wouldn’t surprise me at all.

  • Katzenjammer

    My complete thought:
    He is and will be a good candidate as long as he continues to rock the US poly-pols’ boat. Mayhaps Mr. Trump might shake awake We The Sleepy People in steerage on the good ship US Titanic.
    PS: That is the only potential value I see in the Don’s RePubPrez candy run.

    • RageHard84

      When you put it that way, he has been able to wake up the people and draw attention to certain issues.
      He pretty much energized people with his comments on immigration. I disagree with his remarks about Mexico sending rapists and murderers, but I do think we ought to secure the border. I’m not anti-immigrant, but I’m anti-drug-cartel, and I think immigrants ought to do it legally.

  • Laurence Thomas

    I will vote for Trump. I will vote for Carson. I will vote for Fiorian, I will vote for Cruz. Period. If Jeb Bush gets the nomination, I will support a 3rd party run for Trump. Hopefully he will pick one of the others above to be his running mate, and put the other 2 in his cabinet. I hate politicians!

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  • Jeff Mathis

    I agree to a large extent. As I am always suspect of anyone who chooses to run for President, his motivation concerns me. The only motivation to run for the worst job in the world is power or money. With Trump, this would obviously be money. So, with a turn coat like this switching sides, it’s either to get elected to make money or split the Republican Party so his Democratic friends will win and he will be compensated after the fact. If he splits the party, a vote for him would just be a backdoor vote for Hillary!! It wouldn’t be so far fetched of an idea that the Clintons are putting him up to this to secure a win for her. This guy being in the race should concern every conservative out there! My previous comment was only to give light to the fact that neither party has a strangle hold on good ideas for America.

    • RageHard84

      I’m not often believing in conspiracy theories, but this one sounds believable.
      True, neither party has a strangle hold on good ideas for America. But what good ideas have come out of either party lately?

      • Jeff Mathis

        Well, given the Clintons track record for underhanded maneuvering going as far back as Whitewatergate to the total perjury and disdain for the court system during the Lewinsky scandal to the current “missing” classified emails, I don’t trust either of them to do the right and just thing. Then you throw in Trump who admitted on national TV of taking advantage of the system to strap the bankers, (and ultimately the tax payers), with four separate bankruptcies and you have the ingredients for a VERY possible conspiracy to gain the white house. Where is FOX News when you really need an investigation??

        • RageHard84

          Clintons have a corrupt legacy. And Trump does know how to work the system. If Trump is trying to hurt the Republicans on Hillary’s behalf, then he probably thinks he’ll get something in return. I just don’t know what it would be.

          • I Gregory

            A very high government position, possible his name printed on money.

          • RageHard84

            The first one seems fairly likely. The second, I’m not sure what it would take to get a new bill with Trump’s face on it.

  • Enrique Bertran

    trump is a Clinton plant designed to split the vote and assure a Hillary win regardless of whether the blacks turnout in force or not. Don’t fall for this

  • djc

    You nailed it Michael.

  • Bob-o

    At the end of the day we all have to answer the same question. Are you happy with your role as sheep, or do you want to become sheepdogs?? If we don’t take our country back, we have no one to blame but ourselves.

  • RageHard84

    That is also a possibility. Maybe he’s hoping for a subsidy or something.

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  • Bob

    I’m sick of the whole bs obvious system the parties have in place where they tell u what you want to hear during campaigns an then do absolutely nothing but screw u till its time to run for office again. with the available media now they can’t hide their stupid games an the whole country is sick of the parties, corporations, an media screwing us over for their own personal profit an gain.