10 Signs That An All-Out Attempt Is Being Made To Sabotage The Trump Campaign

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Can the craziest election in modern American history get even crazier?  At this point we are just 28 days away from the election, and it appears that an all-out attempt is being made to sabotage Donald Trump’s campaign.  But the big surprise is where the worst of this sabotage is coming from.  We always knew that politics in America is a dirty game, and that the Clintons are the dirtiest players in the game.  And we always knew that the mainstream media was going to be in Clinton’s corner, although it has been a shock to what degree they have completely abandoned any pretense of objectivity during this election cycle.  So it was always going to be an uphill battle for Donald Trump, but what he didn’t anticipate was blatant and widespread sabotage of his campaign from within his own party.  In recent days it has become clear that the worst sabotage to the Trump campaign is being done by people that are supposed to be on his side.

It is being called “the Republican civil war”, and I don’t think that is overstating the case at all.  Prominent Republicans all over America have turned their backs on Trump in recent days, and many of them have even publicly announced that they are going to be voting for Hillary Clinton.

I have always said that the establishment would move heaven and earth in order to keep Donald Trump out of the White House, and that is precisely what we are watching unfold right in front of us.  Establishment Republicans, establishment Democrats, the mainstream media and the Clinton campaign are all working together to torpedo the Trump movement.  Never before in modern American history have we seen anything like this.  The following are 10 signs that an all-out attempt is being made to sabotage the Trump campaign just before the election…

1. Gateway Pundit is reporting on rumors that it was actually a close advisor to Paul Ryan (who wants to run for president in 2020 by the way) that leaked the now infamous Trump audio recording to the press.

2. The Blaze is reporting that there is a “mass hunt underway” at NBC News for more damaging comments that can be used against Trump.

3. According to Bill O’Reilly, there are three major media organizations that have “ordered their employees to destroy Donald Trump”.

4. There is a major push to have tapes from The Apprentice released which supposedly contain even more damaging things than were said on the audio recording released by the Washington Post.

5. According to Mike Cernovich, there are widespread reports of local GOP officials sabotaging the Trump campaign on the local level in critical swing states.

6. USA Today is reporting that 180 prominent Republican leaders have either denounced Trump or revoked their endorsements of him since the release of the tape containing Trump’s lewd remarks.

7. George W. Bush’s niece, Lauren Bush Lauren, has announced that she is going to be voting for Hillary Clinton.

8. Glenn Beck has admitted that he considered voting for Hillary Clinton, but that instead he will be voting for Constitution Party candidate Darrell Castle.

9. Christianity Today, the largest and most prominent magazine for evangelical Christians, has just posted a scathing anti-Trump editorial.

10. The mainstream media is breathlessly proclaiming that “civil war” has broken out in the Republican Party, and to a large extent they are actually correct.  Never before in U.S. political history have we seen a major party so divided less than a month before a presidential election.

If Donald Trump can overcome the release of the lewd tape, the sabotage of his campaign by members of his own party and the worst pounding that any presidential candidate has ever taken from the mainstream media to win the election, it will be the biggest miracle in American political history by far.

But even if Donald Trump is able to overcome all of these factors and get the votes that he needs, the truth is that the election could still be stolen from him.  There was widespread evidence of very serious election fraud in 2012, and I recently sat down with Zach Drew and Sasha Volz of RITN and explained why we need to be watching for the same things on election day in 2016

Before I end this article, I just want to comment on why some top Republicans are so motivated to sabotage the Trump campaign.

If Donald Trump wins in 2016, it would be nearly impossible for any Republican to challenge him for the nomination in 2020.

That would mean that the next time any top Republican could realistically shoot for the White House would be 2024.

This helps to explain why Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have been so openly hostile to the Trump campaign.  A Trump loss “keeps 2020 open”, and many analysts believe that after four years of Hillary Clinton it would be a golden opportunity for a Republican candidate.

So the truth is that much of this opposition to Trump is simply based on selfish political ambition.

Unfortunately, this civil war in the Republican Party has paved the way for Hillary Clinton to get into the White House, and I don’t believe that there will be any way that our nation will recover from that.  To a certain extent the damage has already been done, but four years under Hillary would certainly finish us off.

I don’t know what the result of the election in November will be, so it is entirely possible that Donald Trump could still pull off a miraculous turnaround.

But right now things look really bad for his campaign, and things seem to be getting worse with each passing day.

About the author: Michael Snyder is the founder and publisher of The Economic Collapse Blog and End Of The American Dream. Michael’s controversial new book about Bible prophecy entitled “The Rapture Verdict” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on Amazon.com.*

Jeb Bush Drops Out Of The Race

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Haunted by his famous last name and perpetually stuck in the shadows of his anti-establishment rivals, Jeb Bush repeatedly confronted rejection by voters and frustrating setbacks throughout the 2016 presidential race.

In South Carolina Saturday night Bush suspended his White House campaign and acknowledged a painful reality: The country was not interested in a third President Bush.

Bush’s disappointing finish in the Palmetto State became the final straw for his floundering campaign. The end was all the more personal because the former Florida governor had poured his energy into the state, invoking his family’s political legacy at one campaign stop after another and facing down voters who questioned his campaign strategy.

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Jeb Bush: NSA Needs Broader Power, Urges Tech Firms to Cooperate

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Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said Tuesday that the government should have broad surveillance powers of Americans and private technology firms should cooperate better with intelligence agencies to help combat “evildoers.”

At a national security forum in the early voting state of South Carolina, Bush put himself at odds with Republican congressional leaders who earlier this year voted to end the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of phone records.

The former Florida governor said Congress should revisit its changes to the Patriot Act, and he dismissed concerns from civil libertarians who say the program violated citizens’ constitutionally protected privacy rights.

“There’s a place to find common ground between personal civil liberties and NSA doing its job,” Bush said. “I think the balance has actually gone the wrong way.”

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Jeb Bush says he would not rule out the use of torture by the government

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Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush declined to rule out resuming the use of torture under some circumstances by the U.S. government if he becomes president.

The former Florida governor said Thursday that in general, he believes torture is inappropriate, and that he was glad his brother, former President George W. Bush, largely ended the CIA’s use of the techniques before he left office. The CIA used waterboarding, slapping, nudity, sleep deprivation, humiliation and other methods to coerce al-Qaida detainees — methods the military would be prohibited from using on prisoners of war.

“I don’t want to make a definitive, blanket kind of statement,” Bush told an audience of Iowa Republicans, when asked whether he would keep in place or repeal President Barack Obama’s executive order banning so-called enhanced interrogation techniques by the CIA.

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Jeb Bush Calls Donald Trump A “Buffoon” And A “Clown”

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The half-dozen conservative senators and governors who had planned to run before Bush brought out his shock-and-awe fundraising campaign, had to laugh: They viewed Bush himself as an intruder, a political semi-retiree who sat on the sidelines for eight years while they fought Barack Obama. Now it was Bush’s turn to rage at an outsider.

“Seriously, what’s this guy’s problem?” he asked one party donor he ran into recently, according to accounts provided by several sources close to Bush—and he went on to describe the publicity-seeking real estate developer now surging in public polls far ahead of Bush and all the 15 others in the Republican field as “a buffoon,” “clown” and “asshole.”

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Poll: Donald Trump leads the GOP field but falters against Hillary Clinton

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Donald Trump has surged to the top of a crowded Republican presidential field, a USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds, but the brash billionaire is also the weakest competitor among the top seven GOP candidates against Democrat Hillary Clinton.

In the nationwide survey, Trump leads at 17% and former Florida governor Jeb Bush is second at 14%, the only competitors who reach double digits. Trump’s edge, which is within the poll’s margin of error, is one more sign that his ​harsh rhetoric about immigration and toward his rivals has struck a chord with some voters.

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The New York Times has a new boyfriend, and his name is Jeb

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The media have two great loves in life: liberals, and conservative who “grow” and become liberals.  Jeb Bush, who clearly falls in the latter category, was the subject of a fawning piece in the New York Times.  The article starts with a big photo of Jeb doing charity work a month ago (that’s big news now!) and talks about Jeb’s “progression” from “headbanging” conservatism to a “more nuanced approach.”  Yes, Bush calls conservatism “headbanging,” which tells you in just one word what he thinks of conservatism.

Mr. Bush, 61, the former governor of Florida, insists that he will not contort himself to satisfy the ideologues of the Republican Party as he lays the groundwork for a possible presidential run in 2016.

Bush is so selfless!  I haven’t seen anyone this pure in the pages of the New York Times since their last story on Elizabeth Warren.  If I put this article in the laundry with my socks and underwear, do you think they would all come out sparkling clean?

With eye on 2016, Jeb Bush resigns from all boards

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Former Florida governor Jeb Bush, moving closer to a possible presidential run, has resigned all of his corporate and nonprofit board memberships, including with his own education foundation, his office said late Wednesday night.

He also resigned as a paid adviser to a for-profit education company that sells online courses to public university students in exchange for a share of their tuition payments.

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CNN Poll: Jeb Bush surges to become 2016 GOP frontrunner

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Jeb Bush is the clear Republican presidential frontrunner, surging to the front of the potential GOP pack following his announcement that he’s “actively exploring” a bid, a new CNN/ORC poll found.

He takes nearly one-quarter — 23% — of Republicans surveyed in the new nationwide poll, putting him 10 points ahead of his closest competitor, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who tallied 13%.

Physician Ben Carson comes in third, with 7% support, and Sen. Rand Paul and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee are both tied for fourth with 6%.

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Bush v. Clinton In 2016? New World Order Dream Matchup Being Touted As ‘Inevitable’

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The next presidential election is still nearly two years away, and yet the mainstream media is already telling Americans who they are supposed to vote for. Now that Jeb Bush has all but officially declared that he is running for president, a “dream matchup” between Bush and Hillary Clinton is being touted as “inevitable”. But is this what the American people actually want? Most liberals seem to truly dislike Clinton, and most conservatives can’t stand Bush at this point. And yet when the time comes, the big money donors will line up behind them and they will get far more media coverage than the other candidates. Yes, there is still a chance that another establishment candidate such as Mitt Romney could jump ahead of Bush on the Republican side, and there is also a chance that Hillary Clinton may decide not to run at all (more on that below). But when it is all said and done, it is virtually certain that Americans will have a choice between establishment candidate #1 and establishment candidate #2 on election day 2016, and that is absolutely sickening.

We have already had 20 years of Bush/Clinton, and if it is Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016 we will be guaranteed another four years.

The Bushes and Clintons are portrayed as “enemies” by the mainstream media, but that is not even close to the truth. The two families have a long, friendly relationship, they have taken vacations together, and they even publicly joke with each other over social media. The following is just one example that was recently highlighted in Time Magazine

Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton broadcast their unlikely bromance on social media Tuesday when Clinton posted a picture of himself reading Bush’s new book.

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Clinton’s #HowAreYouStillNotOnTwitter hashtag is a reference to his President’s Day tweet this year, which ribbed the younger Bush for not having an account. This time, Bush responded. He posted Clinton’s tweet on Instagram with the caption, “Thanks, 42! Hope you like the book about your pal, #41. #HowAreYouSTILLNotOnInstagram #PresidentialGrammers #BrotherFromAnotherMother”.

And when it comes to politics, there is very little actually separating the two families on a practical basis. That is why it seemed like nothing really changed no matter who was in the White House. The truth is that the Bushes and the Clintons are both progressives that eagerly promote the globalist agenda of the New World Order elite.

But to this day, there are still many good conservatives that truly believe that George W. Bush is one of them. Even when Laura Bush went on national television and declared that she is solidly pro-choice and that she enthusiastically supports gay marriage, that didn’t bother them. All they know is that the Bushes are on the “red team” and that they have to do whatever they can to defeat the evil Democrats on the “blue team”.

And in 2016, Jeb Bush will tout himself as a “conservative” once again despite his ultra-liberal stances on important conservative issues such as immigration. If he becomes president, he will probably fill up his cabinet with social liberals just like George W. Bush did, and everyone will still refer to him as a “conservative”.

How can people be so blind?

On Tuesday, Jeb Bush publicly announced that he plans to “actively explore” running for president.

In other words, he was sending a warning message to other potential Republican candidates that the “big dog” has arrived.

The following is the text of his announcement…

Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!

Like many of you, our family was blessed with the opportunity to gather together over the recent Thanksgiving holiday.

Columba and I are so proud of the wonderful adults our children have become, and we loved spending time with our three precious grandchildren.

We shared good food and watched a whole lotof football.

We also talked about the future of our nation. As a result of these conversations and thoughtful consideration of the kind of strong leadership I think America needs, I have decided to actively explore the possibility of running for President of the United States.

In January, I also plan to establish a Leadership PAC that will help me facilitate conversations with citizens across America to discuss the most critical challenges facing our exceptional nation. The PAC’s purpose will be to support leaders, ideas and policies that will expand opportunity and prosperity for all Americans.

In the coming months, I hope to visit with many of you and have a conversation about restoring the promise of America.

Best wishes to you and your families for a happy holiday season. I’ll be in touch soon.

Onward,

Jeb Bush

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton has been pretty much plotting to run in 2016 since one minute after Barack Obama’s victory in 2012.

But there are still a couple of things that could derail her seemingly “inevitable” path to the Democratic nomination.

Firstly, there are persistent whispers about Hillary’s health. She is 67 years old right now, and election day is still two years away. MSNBC has asked if Hillary is “too old” to be president, and there are rumors about brain cancer that Hillary just can’t seem to shake.

If Hillary does decide not to run, health will probably be the primary reason.

However, there is always the “Bill factor” to contend with as well.

Just like Bill Cosby, Bill Clinton has a very long list of women that have accused him of sexual crimes. The following is an excerpt from a recent Daily Caller article

Eileen Wellstone, a 19-year-old English woman, said Clinton sexually assaulted her after she met him at a pub near the Oxford where Clinton was a student in 1969. In fact, Clinton was expelled from Oxford and earned no degree there.

Juanita Broaddrick, a volunteer in Clinton’s gubernatorial campaign, said he raped her in 1978. Mrs. Broaddrick suffered a bruised and torn lip, which she said she suffered when Clinton bit her during the rape. Broaddrick gave a stunning interview to NBC’s Lisa Myers about the assault.

The article goes on to list quite a few more. If you are interested, you can read the rest of that article right here.

And you know what?

Despite everything that has gone on, Bill Clinton is still sleeping around.

In fact, according to Ronald Kessler’s new book entitled “The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of Presidents“, one of his latest girlfriends was known as “the Energizer”, and sometimes she even brought cookies to the Secret Service agents that guard Bill…

Energizer, who is described as charming and friendly, sometimes brought cookies to the agents, according to the book excerpts.

One told Kessler: “It was a warm day, and she was wearing a low-cut tank top, and as she leaned over, her breasts were very exposed. They appeared to be very perky and very new and full … There was no doubt in my mind they were enhanced.”

Kessler also reports that Hillary’s Secret Service detail informs Bill’s Secret Service detail when the former first lady is coming home, so Bill has time to get Energizer off the property and clean up any evidence.

But despite how outrageous this is, we all know that the American people have a tendency to look the other way on things like this.

After all, they elected a con man named Barack Obama to the highest office in the land without ever really looking into his background much at all.

So that is why the Bushes, the Clintons and many of our other politicians act the way that they do. They keep getting away with things over and over and over, so they just keep pushing the envelope.

In the end, we get the leaders that we deserve.

Let’s just hope that it is not a Bush or a Clinton in 2016.

(Originally published on End Of The American Dream)

Jeb Bush announces that he will ‘actively explore’ a run for the presidency

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Jeb Bush said Tuesday he will “actively explore” a 2016 presidential race, giving his strongest signal yet about wanting to follow his father and brother in the White House.

“I have decided to actively explore the possibility of running for president of the United States,” the former Florida governor posted on Facebook and announced on Twitter.

Bush said he’ll also establish a leadership PAC to raise political money “that will help me facilitate conversations with citizens across America to discuss the most critical challenges facing our exceptional nation.”

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Why is Jeb Bush releasing 250,000 emails? (Hint: It has something to do with 2016)

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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said he will release 250,000 emails from his two terms in office and write an eBook outlining his governing philosophy during an interview aired Sunday. The moves have set the political sphere atwitter with speculation he’s closer than ever to deciding to run for president in 2016.

In what appears to be a move of classic political procedure — getting ahead of the opposition — Bush told WPLG-TV that his intention is to promote transparency.

“Part of serving or running both of them is about transparency,” he said. “I’ll let people make up their minds.”

Further evidence a presidential run might be looming is a report in the Miami Herald that Bush recently lost 15 pounds, per an unnamed source.

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Son says Jeb Bush ‘more than likely’ eyeing 2016 run

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Yet another Bush family member is weighing in on whether or not former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will run for president in 2016.

“I think it’s more than likely that he’s giving this a serious thought in moving forward,” his eldest son, George P. Bush, told ABC on Sunday.

“If you had asked me a few years back, I would’ve said it was less likely,” said Bush, who himself is running for political office for the first time as Texas land commissioner.

“The family will be behind him 100% if he decides to do it.”

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George W. Bush: Brother Jeb ‘wants to be President’

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President George W. Bush says his brother Jeb would like to enter the family business of presidential politics.

“I think he wants to be President, I think he’d be a great President,” Bush told “FOX & Friends” on Thursday, as the President marks the start of the 4th annual Warrior Open golf tournament in Dallas to honor veterans.

“He understands what it’s like to be President … he’s seen his dad, he’s seen his brother. He’s a very thoughtful man and he’s weighing his options.”

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