They Said “Donald Trump Has Lost The Race!”…NOT A CHANCE! He’s STRONGER THAN EVER! WHOA!

I love hearing about how Trump is “fading” and then reading things like this.

It truly seems like not a single political pundit against him or literally any Liberal knows what they’re talking about. I mean Liberals usually don’t, but Republicans are a bit sharper than this and should recognize these polls more often.

That’s why we’re here because all we’re hearing is how Trump is fading and Cruz is going to catch him and win the nomination. Well. Trump is still in the lead by a long shot in the delegates as well as in the polls.

And here’s proof of the latter!


Donald Trump has extended his lead nationally over Senator Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)of Texas and Ohio Governor John Kasich for the Republican presidential nomination, according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll.

The national online poll from April 4-8 showed that 42 percent of Republicans support Trump, compared with 32 percent for Cruz and 20 percent for Kasich.

Trump has topped the poll of Republican voters since July. The poll included 626 Republicans and 668 Democrats and has a credibility interval of 4.6 percentage points.

But why do people think Trump is losing support? Here’s the truth about what the public thinks. This proves the system is rigged:

Well then. Looks like we shouldn’t believe everything we see on TV now should we. I’m not sure about all our Yes I’m Right fans, but I cannot wait until the day when Trump gets the nomination as well as the Presidency and we can all laugh at everyone who doubted him. I mean, how can the leader in delegates and the polls be a loser?

(Source: Breitbart)

By Blair Patterson

Blair used to be a devoted Democrat, highly involved in his local and state government. Until one day when he served on a larger, state Democratic campaign and saw the underhanded ways in which they tried to manipulate both the votes and the public. Now, a bastion for the conservative side, Blair wants to bring truth, justice, and the conservative American way to anyone willing to Listen. He lives in Kentucky and is on the board for his town and county planning committee.