A new Republican Party will emerge after the current primaries.
Whether Donald Trump can win the nomination or not, or whether he makes it to the White House or not, the Republican Party that everyone knows and dislikes, the Party of the Neocon Establishment cabal will have suffered significant changes.
This is the analysis of Patrick Buchanan, the former Republican candidate for the presidency of the United States. According to Buchanan, the first primaries and caucuses have brought about not only a popular answer to the traditional Establishment dominance, which has bee personified by Donald Trump, but it has also produced record turnout of voters.
“The crowds that continue to come out for his appearances and the vast audiences he has attracted to GOP debates testify to his drawing power,” says Buchanan. The reality that one outsider alone has challenged and rattled the Establishment has not sat well, not only to the American Establishment but also to international political and religious figures who have come out to show their disapproval of Trump’s straightforwardness.
Trump’s answer to multiple attacks by neocons, democratic hawks and the Pope, to cite a few, has been simple. Trump simply keeps on delivering the message that has driven his campaign so levels of success that not even Ron Paul, with his message of peace and prosperity, was able to reach.
Donald Trump has managed to light a fire in the minds of a silent majority and has prompted them to come out of hiding to rally for a new era of politics in the United States, one that Trump says will be an era of winning.
“If Trump won and conducted a conservative government, it would validate the movement. If Trump won and turned left, it would inspire an insurgency like Ronald Reagan’s in 1976, when the Ford-Rockefeller-Kissinger administration moved too far toward detente,” explains Buchanan.
Trumps rapidly rising success is what has scared both wings of the Establishment the most. The fear of the Establishment is palpable everywhere, as groups of globalist allied with Marco Rubio to engineered an impossible brokered convention. From the Koch Brothers to Goldman Sachs, from CNN to MSNBC, from Hillary Clinton to members of the Bilderberg Group, the Establishment has spared no resource to attack Trump on pretty much any topic they can make up a story about.
Donald Trump has been called a racist, a bigot, a white supremacist and a womanizer. His speeches have been manipulated to swindle the public into believing that a Trump presidency would be significantly worse than a Clinton one. Just today, CNN has published a new poll which supposedly shows how Trump loses to Hillary Clinton in a general election, while the bought and paid for candidates, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, beat Hillary in a one on one contest.
Despite all the shenanigans produced by the mainstream media, including so-called conservatives such as Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh, Trump has managed to attract more support as he advances to Super Tuesday. Trump has not only gained support within the Republican voters, but also among independents, blacks, Hispanics and a rising number of democrats who have abandoned their party. In Nevada alone, Mr. Trump got 46 percent of the Hispanic vote.
Mr. Trump has also gained important endorsements from former fellow candidate Chris Christie and Senator Jeff Sessions and today, rumor has it that Florida Governor Rick Scott, is ready to declare his support for Donald J. Trump. The Trump campaign has called for a last-minute press conference in which Scott will supposedly announce his preference for Trump in 2016.
While Trump sails strongly into tonight’s primaries the Clinton campaign is scrambling to find a way to bring Donald Trump’s campaign to a halt. According to the Washington Post, the Clintons are “shifting their attention to a likely general-election contest against Donald Trump that they expect to be strongly negative.” Apparently, the Clinton campaign intends to use the same tactics that have failed so far, call on minority voters to reject Trump because, they say, Mr. Trump has “demonized them”.
Meanwhile, the New York Times explains that the Clinton campaign is working on a plan to defeat Trump should he become the Republican nominee. Although many campaign aides are confident that Hillary can beat Trump in a general election, Bill Clinton is not feeling the same confidence. According to some democrats, “Mr. Trump clearly had a keen sense of the electorate’s mood and that only a concerted campaign portraying him as dangerous and bigoted would win what both Clintons believe will be a close November election.”
Barring a couple of states, Ohio and Texas, where John Kasich and Ted Cruz should come out as winners, Donald Trump will most likely sweep the table tonight, which will propel him to the nomination for the Republican Party. Mr. Trump needs to get to the Republican convention with a large margin over Cruz and Rubio if he wants to avoid last minute fraud by the Republican Establishment. That task should not be difficult, especially if Rubio loses Florida, which seems very likely at this point, and if Ted Cruz does not win Texas. The last poll numbers had Mr. Cruz leading in Texas by a one point margin, while in Florida, Trump led Rubio by double digits.