Ted Cruz and John Kasich finally threw in their respective towels last week when both Republican presidential candidates suspended their campaigns following the Indiana Presidential Primaries.
YA FUCKIN’ DONE SON.
Trump dominated the Republican Indiana Primary and issued a straight up campaign-curb-stomp to Ted Cruz’s and John Kasich’s presidential campaigns. Let’s tackle what went down real quick within the Republican Party.
Wait… so you’re telling me that it might be a good idea for the Republican Establishment, which will keel over and die if Trump reaches 1.237K dellies, to conceive and implement a thoroughly-planned and cohesive strategy to slow down Donald Trump’s momentum?
ICYMI: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton brought the ruckus in the New York Presidential Primaries this past Tuesday. Republican and Democratic New Yorkers took to the voting booths to cast their ballots after seeing this circus of an primary season play out over the past 3.5 months.
It’s pretty fair to say that the GOP Establishment has been in utter disarray for some time now. Republicans are increasingly worried that Donald Trump will now reach the coveted 1,237 dellies by the time the GOP Convention goes down in Cleveland in mid-July.
Meet me in Madison, it’s goin’ down. Meet me in the Milwaukee, it’s goin’ down. Meet me in Green Bay, it’s goin’ down. Anywhere you [vote], guarantee it’s goin’ down.