Jew Adelson Throws Cruz Under Bus, Endorses Rubio

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 6, 2016

Sheldon Adelson, chairman of Las Vegas Sands Corp., speaks during an interview in Hong Kong, China, on Monday, Nov. 30, 2009. Sands China Ltd. dropped on its first day trading after raising HK$19.4 billion ($2.5 billion) in the city's biggest initial public offering this year. Photographer: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg via Getty Images150325233445-marco-rubio-head-shot-exlarge-169

The Jewish parasite Sheldon Adelson, often celebrated as being able to buy elections, has made a move.


The Las Vegas Review-Journal, recently acquired by the family of Republican casino billionaire mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, is endorsing Marco Rubio for the upcoming GOP caucuses there.

Rubio, the paper wrote Friday, is more electable than either Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.

Adelson, owner of Las Vegas Sands, is an active conservative donor whose primary cause is maintaining U.S. support for Israel. He is expected to spend considerable amounts to benefit a GOP candidate, but has not personally endorsed one and he is watched closely for any clues as to his eventual decision.

The newspaper maintains its endorsement is independent, noting the editorial board interviewed Rubio two months before it was announced the newspaper was sold to the Adelson family last fall.

“The Adelsons have detached themselves from our endorsement process, and our endorsement of Sen. Rubio does not represent the support of the family,” the paper wrote.

“The paper made the decision before the purchase,” Andy Abboud, senior vice president of Las Vegas Sands, told CNN.

In endorsing Rubio, the newspaper notes Rubio’s “deep personal connections to the state,” as he lived in the Las Vegas Valley area for six years as a child. The editorial takes favorable views of Rubio’s position that the federal government should transfer some of its land holdings to private ownership, and stated desire to fix the immigration and entitlement systems.

Trump was not considered for the newspaper’s endorsement, the editorial said, as he was unable to meet in person with the editorial board.

Obviously this is effectively an Adelson endorsement, regardless of how they’re choosing to spin it.

This is as I predicted. Cruzman Sachs is now out because his dirty tricks in Iowa were just too insane. Not that Jews care if he’s a dirty trickster, but the people presumably do. It looked very bad.

Rubio could not beat Hillary. However, he could beat Sanders.

Let’s just hope he can’t beat Trump.