TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2020
ON TRUMP’S 1194th DAY IN OFFICE
WITH STILL NONE OF OBAMA AND HIS POLITICAL PERPS IN THE SLAMMER
THIS E-DITION HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR 2016 ELECTIONS RESEARCH BY THE PRESIDENTIAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY BECAUSE 2016 & 2017 TRUMP CHRONICLES WERE A POLITICAL PRECURSOR FOR TRUMP’S INEPT IMPEACHMENT IN 2019 AND THE BLOWER’S BREAKING NEWS COVERAGE IN 2020.Today In 2016, The Blower Featured This “Tuesday’s Triumphs” E-dition On The Date Of The Ohio Primary Election In 2016.
More Delegates For Trump
Last night in our “Monday Message” E-dition, Whistleblower Senior National Political Affairs Analyst Britt Humus said everybody was waiting for the polls to open in Ohio today so see how many Cruz and Rubio Supporters voted for Ohio Governor John Kasich to stop Donald Trump. Actually, there were only three possible outcomes of today’s voting: (1) Trump could win both Florida and Ohio, (2) Trump could win either Florida or Ohio, and (3) Trump could win neither Florida nor Ohio, and all the conjecture you might have heard on Rush Limbaugh’s and Sean Hannity’s Right-Wing Radio Talk Shows this afternoon were obviously superfluous. Britt Humus’ second option was correct.
Before the polls opened anywhere in America this morning, Donald Trump had already posted a big win in the GOP caucus on the Northern
Mariana Islands, wherever in hell they are. The party said the billionaire businessman won almost 73% of the vote in Tuesday’s caucus, and Trump will get all nine delegates from the U.S. territory.
In Florida via Skype, Noted Florida Political Reporter Manatee Tadwell reported at 8:01 PM that Fox News had projected Donald Trump would easily beat Marco Rubio in Florida’s Republican presidential primary. Money didn’t matter. And as the Washington Post reported, years of carefully laid plans to repackage the Republican Party’s traditional ideas for a fast-changing country came crashing down here on Tuesday when Rubio suspended his campaign for the presidency after a crippling defeat in his home-state primary.
In North Carolina on his cell phone, Senior Political Reporter TarHeel Tadwell reported Fox News called the race just after 9:30 p.m. EDT Tuesday, about two hours after polls closed in the state. The Associated Press called it shortly after. That victory will give Trump a plurality of the state’s 72 delegates as he seeks to build on his lead over rival Ted Cruz.
In Illinois via land line, Well-known Political Historian Illini Tadwell reported PMSNBC called the race for Trump shortly after 9:30 P.M EDT, and ABC News followed shortly after. Meanwhile, CBS found more votes than physically possible in DemocRAT Race that included Deceased Voters.
In Missouri, Women’s History Month Reporterette Kate Girardeau says at midnight with 93% of the votes counted, they still hadn’t called the race, but at 1:03 AM, NBC said Trump was the “Apparent Winner.”
But in Ohio at 8:51 PM, Buckeye Bureau Chief Gerry Manders reported Fox News had projected John Kasich to win his home state by less than a majority (only 43%) in the Ohio Republican presidential primary along with all of Ohio’s 66 delegates, giving Kasich his first and only victory (1-25) in his race to amass 2,137 delegates, and Kasich is now demanding that Trump get out of the race. Obviously, all those Republicans in Ohio voted for Kasich to keep him out of the state on his wet dream campaign, instead of back here in Ohio where we’d have to see him every day, and the banner in The Blower’s “Ohio Election Results” E-dition tomorrow morning will, as predicted read “Fraud At the Polls.”
And at tonight’s Election Wrap-up at the Conservative Agenda, Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane told Political Insiders that keeping John Kasich in the race continues to divide the anti-Trump vote, because for Trump’s opponents, the time for winning a first-ballot nomination has passed. There are ways for Trump to get to 1,237 even without Ohio. No wonder Newt Gingrich said the party “won’t be able to stop Trump now.”
“Backstabber Nominations” (Is Obama America’s “Backstabber in Chief?”)
“To Vote Or Not To Vote” (That Is The Question)
“Cartoon Wars” (More Political Propaganda From Both Sides Of The Aisle!)
“DemocRAT Talking Points Memo” (Where Biased Local Newscasts Begin)
“Politics At The Polls” (Were You Were Expecting a Real Election?)
Expect The Battle To Continue For The Next 310* Days Until Noon on Inauguration Day When The Nation Can Begin To Undo All The Damage Obama Has Done.
*1,330 if your live in Anderson Township