Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Anti-Trump Super Pac #NeverTrump Books Hundreds
Of Rooms In Cleveland To Bribe-Poach RNC Delegates

InfoWars -- There are at least 8 Super PACs backed by Republican elites who are spending millions to defeat Donald Trump.

The Super PACs are reportedly calling, texting, emailing, lobbying, and all-out wining and dining the 2,472 delegates who will vote at the 2016 RNC.

The anti-Trump #NeverTrump Super PAC led by former Majority Leader Eric Cantor has reportedly booked hundreds of rooms in Cleveland in order to compromise delegates to the Republican Convention in July.

While some super PACs were focused on advertising, they are currently playing a huge outside role in courting and flipping delegates for Cruz. The Our Principles PAC (OPP), run by Romney’s 2012 deputy campaign manager -Katie Packer, is an organization developed exclusively for defeating Donald J. Trump. At the Spring RNC meeting in Florida, Packer distributed a four page plan to promote her delegate strategy.

OPP is the most well funded #NeverTrump super PAC. Funded by the Ricketts family -billionaire owners of the Chicago Cubs, OPP has spent $16,000,000 to defeat Trump. In addition to negative media advertising, they hire workers to distribute anti-Trump literature which can be found at precincts and state conventions. OPP’s mission is to organize delegates and deploy any number of tactics with the goal of depriving Trump of as many delegates as possible in upcoming contests.

The culmination of the OPP effort is the utilization of staffers to target every state delegate bound or unbound. They seek to convince them by hook or crook to dump Trump at their respective state convention or in July at the RNC convention. Those already pledged to Trump after winning their state are being luxuriously lobbied to back Cruz on the subsequent ballots. The primary purpose of OPP, no matter the cost, no matter the ethics, is to ensure as few as possible delegates will be inclined to support Donald Trump.

Another anti-Trump super PAC, #NeverTrump, has focused on the logistics of the RNC convention in Cleveland. They have booked hundreds of hotel rooms in order to comp the targeted Republican delegates. NeverTrump began as a grassroots group started by allies of former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.). They have endorsed Cruz in some states and Kasich in others, frustrating both candidates. NeverTrump is pushing Kasich in Maryland, and Cruz in Indiana. Paul Singer, the billionaire hedge funder, is another elite that has already wasted millions on negative Trump advertising to no avail. Now Singer is spending his millions scheming behind the scenes to reduce the numbers of Trump delegates that Donald Trump has earned.
Blog Author's Comments -- This is the American political process at its finest - spend money to bribe people (delegates) to go against the will of the voters. Americans are suckers until the rulers truly fear us. I have to believe the desperate Cruz and Kasich are in on this scheme. And I don't believe these polls that always say Trump cannot defeat Clinton in the general election.

Trump is not in office and he has already done more to wake this country up to the corruption coming from all sides. Perhaps he should be the President. And the voters who do not support him should maybe ponder why they don't. Why is everybody in politics and in the media against him? Is this because he is someone they fear and cannot control? The mask has come off. Now we can understand why voting Republican is no different than voting for a Democrat. The same collectivist rats have infested both parties.

~ More News ~

Congressman: Paul Ryan Team Not Holding IRS Accountable, Scared Of Media

Dog Dayko Dies From Exhaustion After Rescuing 7 People From Ecuador Quake

London Mayor Rips Into Obama As "Ridiculous And Weird"


Autumn Cote said...

I really liked an article you wrote.

Would you be OK if I shared one of your articles with the WriterBeat.com community? I can provide more information about Writer Beat or answer any question, but better than anything I can say in words, please take a look at the site.

If yes, just give me an "OK": and I'll handle the rest (there is no fee).


Kirby said...

What you are asking is okay with me. I just do not want to be spammed!