Newly compiled data after the New York Republican primary shows that among the states that have voted so far in 2016, GOP primary and caucus turnout is up well more than 8 million votes and well more than 60 percent over 2012’s process.

The GOP Establishment builds an alliance to take down Trump.  Cruz and Kaisch are partnering to prevent him from getting the need 1237 votes.  Their plan is for Cruz to campaign in Indiana and tell Kaisch voters to vote for Cruz.  Then Kaisch goes off to Oregon and New Mexico to campaign in an attempt to snipe a few delegates there.  This plan relies on Cruz securing Indiana which is a winner take all state, and a state Trump is currently leading in polls.  With Indiana, Trump pretty much locks things up.  He’s got a massive lead in California and several other states, Indiana is still on the fence.

Trump’s response to the alliance…

“It is sad that two grown politicians have to collude against one person who has only been a politician for ten months in order to try and stop that person from getting the Republican nomination.

Senator Cruz has done very poorly and after his New York performance, which was a total disaster, he is in free fall and as everyone has seen, he does not react well under pressure. Also, approximately 80% of the Republican Party is against him. Governor Kasich, who has only won 1 state out of 41, in other words, he is 1 for 41 and he is not even doing as well as other candidates who could have stubbornly stayed in the race like him but chose not to do so. Marco Rubio, as an example, has more delegates than Kasich and yet suspended his campaign one month ago.”

This idea that the GOP can suspend democracy is in fact government committing suicide.  You see the same on the DNC, every DNC election has “voter irregularities”, things like Bernie winning counties with paper ballots, Hillary winning ones with computer ballots.  Bernie supporting districts being redirected to other polling locations, people unable to find voting times in those districts, and recently in New Mexico, reports of 3-4 hour waits to vote in districts that polled well for Sanders.

The curtain is being pulled back and people are noticing that the DNC and GOP are not government entities, they are not bound by laws, except the ones that make and remove at will.  Like the GOP’s rule last year that prevents people from appearing on the GOP convention ballot without winning 8 states (to stop Ron Paul).  That rule no longer applies, because if it did only Trump would be eligible for nomination.  The DNC and GOP are nothing more than privates clubs that make up their own rules on who we are allowed to vote for.  There is no democracy in the primary process, and when people en mass realize it, they are going to be pissed.

So despite Trump leading every GOP poll since about 9 months ago to present, despite him having the most delegates, despite him having the most votes, despite him bringing more people to the GOP party, they still will try to screw him and rob the American people of their right to choose.  In an interview Tom Ridge, former Bush cabinet member said, “that’s the way the game has always been played.”  So it’s just a game to the establishment, we little peons should shut up and accept that fact.

This election is now between Hillary and Trump.  Should the GOP try to harm itself and deny Trump and the people who voted for him, then they have doomed themselves and installed Hillary to the White House.  This is no doubt what they want to do, it’s just a matter of how they can do it legally, and how they can minimize blow back if they do it.

Meanwhile Twitter’s been caught applying a soft ban to hide a Trump post.  A black man on Fox Business delivered a fatal blow of common sense on the Tubman $20 issue, the exchange is copied below.

Mason Weaver: What good does it do me as a black man? How does it benefit me as a black man to have a black woman on the $20 bill? What has it done for me to have a black man in the White House? What does it do for me? I am here to compete in America not to be predicated with symbols… I support Donald Trump because I want to build a wall.

Trish Regan: A lot of people say he won’t help your community. What to you say?

Mason Weaver: What community? I don’t have, live on a plantation. What Donald Trump will do for taxpayers will help white taxpayers and black taxplayers. He will help black workers and white workers. I want Trump because what he’s going to do for America.