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TRUMP WINS AGAIN. TAKES SOUTH CAROLINA. KILLS THE BUSH DYNASTY AS LOW-ENERGY JEB! DROPS OUT. IT'S STILL THE ECONOMY, STUPID. MRS. BILL CLINTON WINS IN NEVADA, BUT BARELY.

Pro-American restorationist candidate Trump slaughtered his rivals for the GOPher party delegates in South Carolina today. Trump has secured all 50 delegates from South Carolina. That is a scathing win.



Trump's victory continues to surprise pundits but not Americans who have suffered since the collapse of peak GDP, which came in the fourth quarter of 2007. Since then American families have been wrecked by lengthened unemployment and lower wages.

For more on the economy, see my companion publication, OBAMA, YELLEN, BERNANKE AND MANY OTHERS HAVE LIED, SOVIET-STYLE ABOUT THE FALSE RECOVERY, COUNTLESS TIMES. YOU ARE STILL LIVING IN THE GREATEST DEPRESSION.

Trump managed to win South Carolina by only spending $35,600 each delegate. Rubio spent $12,050,000 and came up empty as did Ted Cruz who spent $7,070,000.

As well, Trump has spent the fewest dollars spent for each delegate. As a successful billionaire businessman, this should surprise no one. Trump knows how to process intel about markets.

Trump is much smarter at politics than the professional politicians.Politicians are wasteful. Politicians rely upon leeching consultants. Politicians are not smart.

After New Hampshire, I wrote that Jeb Bush was not viable as a candidate. South Carolina proved my claim. So it is no surprise that Jeb did Americans a favor and dropped out tonight.

Jeb was on pace to spend $26.7 billion to win the nomination. No nomination has ever required that much spending. Jeb spent 135 times more for each of his delegates than Donald Trump spent.





As can be seen, Marco Rubio is on pace to spend $6.9 billion to win the nomination. That insane sum of spending will not win Rubio the presidency. Rubio is not a viable candidate and needs to drop out.

Canadian natural-born Ted Cruz and illegal candidate (see: my works on Ted Cruz to know why cannot swear the oath of office of the presidency) would need to spend 8.6 times more than Donald Trump to win the nomination. That kind of spending would push the illegal candidate Cruz to about $1.7 billion.

Donald Trump would need to spend $162.1 million to win the nomination. This is a reasonable sum and well below what either Hillary Clinton ($1.118 billion) or Bernie Sanders ($924 million) must spend to win their Democratic Party nomination.

As I shared with you in THE LAST GASPS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. WHAT REINCE PRIEBUS MUST DO TO RESCUE THE INTERNATIONALIST GLOBALIZATION GOPHER PARTY FROM THE DONALD TRUMP JUGGERNAUT, GO ALL IN WITH JOHN KASICH, if the GOPher Party establishment does not want to work with Trump, their best shot at beating Trump going forward is to back Kasich, in spite of tonight's results.

Also, beware of false political polls trying to take down Trump. Rupert Murdoch tried to do with his Wall Street Journal. There is much false polling relying upon unscientific methods. For more on that, see THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE, NBC TV, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL AND MARIST COLLEGE ENGAGE IN POLLING DECEPTION FOR THE SOUTH CAROLINA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY






The Democratic Party held a caucus in Nevada today. The wife of former president Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton snagged four more delegates than socialist Bernie Sanders.

Though Hillary Clinton won, the race was close. A close race doesn't bode well for Hillary. If Bernie could spend more, he could tip the balance in his favor. 

Hillary spent $196,579 each delegate while Bernie spent 2.58 times more than Hillary, having spent $507,333 each delegate. 

Both candidates are on pace to spend around one billion dollars to secure the nomination. 


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Delegates nominate. Primaries and caucuses exist to secure delegates for the nomination.

According to The U.S. Presidential Nominating Process by the Council on Foreign Relations:

In 2016, a Democratic candidate must secure at least 2,382 out of 4,763 delegates to become the party’s nominee. The number of delegates allocated to each state takes into account the state’s Democratic vote in the previous three presidential elections and its assigned number of Electoral College votes.
Meanwhile, a Republican candidate must secure at least 1,237 out of 2,472 delegates to win the party’s nomination. The Republican Party allocates each state ten delegates, plus three for each congressional district, and bonus delegates for states that contributed electoral votes to the party in the previous presidential election, as well those that elected Republicans to high offices.