Nevada Victory Projected to be Ridiculous

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 22, 2016

AIKEN, SC - DECEMBER 12, 2015:  Jim Yates, a Donald Trump supporter from Laurens, South Carolina cheers for the candidate before a town hall meeting Saturday, December 12, 2015 in Aiken, South Carolina. The South Carolina Republican primary is scheduled for February 20, 2016. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)

Victory in Nevada is going to be a total blowout.

We’re looking at upwards of 40%.


Jeb throwing himself under the bus shakes things up – oh no wait, it doesn’t, because he was only polling at 3%.

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Basically, the deal is done. They might try some sneaky deal to combine the support of Cruz and Rubio before Super Tuesday. The Jew Ben Shapiro came out and said Rubio could offer Cruz either VP or the Supreme Court to drop out and endorse him, but I don’t think that would even come close to working.

And I’ve thought about it.

Kasich is apparently going to hang around until Tuesday. Magic Ben is going to be stubborn, and keep his 6% – he might get a point or two more in a shakeup to unite Cruz and Rubio.

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But most of the support from Cruz would go to Trump, even if Cruz endorsed Rubio.

Right now, all that fewer candidates means is a bigger margin of victory for Trump.

Apparently, these people weren’t aware that Donald Trump wrote The Art of the Deal. If they’d been aware of that, I think they would have planned this whole thing out a bit better.

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