Trump Zombies in Meltdown After Low Energy Clown is Humiliated in Iowa

Posted by on Feb 02, 2016 at 7:49 am
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So this guy babbled on for months how big his lead was inevery polls. Then people come out and vote for the first time and he suffers a humiliating defeat, almost dropping to third behind Marco Rubio and well behind the Iowa winner, Ted Cruz.

Ted Cruz’s triumph Monday night was important for many reasons — and not least because it affirmed that the laws of American politics have not yet been rewritten wholesale by a billionaire reality-TV huckster. “The next president of the United States will not be chosen by the media,” Cruz said in his victory speech.

He won with the most votes any Republican has ever gotten in an Iowa caucus, through old-fashioned means — and because he appealed to voters for the old-fashioned reasons politicians appeal to voters.

Cruz built a sensationally effective ground organization, at least twice as large as any other candidate’s He had 12,000 volunteers (a fourth of his vote total) ringing doorbells, making phone calls, and gathering people to show up and caucus. He worked for and secured important endorsements.

More importantly, he ran a campaign affirming classic conservative ideas of particular resonance to the voters of Iowa. They did not fall for Donald Trump’s vainglorious and solipsistic blather about making America great again without ever explaining how on earth he would do such a thing. In fact, 75 percent of the Republicans of Iowa rejected Trump’s nonsense.

And even more than that. The record vote turnout in Iowa — 180,000 strong — completely disproved the conventional wisdom that a newer and larger electorate would favor Trump. If anything, the evidence suggests that voters were inspired to turn out for Cruz and for the surprisingly strong third-place finisher, Marco Rubio (who beat the poll averages by nearly seven points) not only to cast a positive vote for the candidate they preferred but specifically to deny Trump a win.

Reality is harsh for the deluded Trump zombies.

It can’t be that Trump was rejected, it’s voter fraud or something:

Such a charming bunch:


Not only did Cruz commit fraud, so did the third-place finisher. Yes, really:

The normally chatty loser Trump seems rather muted, appearing for a brief concession before slinking away in utter disgrace.

Who knows, maybe skipping that highly-rated Fox debate was a mistake, eh, Clownface?

But hey, let’s work in some Canadian jokes one last time:


Ouch.

My goodness, look at those stubby fingers. Oh, and since the loser isn’t appearing on twitter, let’s go to the wayback machine for some pearls of wisdom:

As Trump passed out last night, here’s the last thing he saw:

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4 Responses to “Trump Zombies in Meltdown After Low Energy Clown is Humiliated in Iowa”

  1. mike191 on 2/02/16 at 10:41 am

    Paging captain Ahab:

    Cruz-8delegates
    Trump-7delegates

    The math does not equate to the analysis.

  2. Tom Moeller on 2/02/16 at 1:01 pm

    So you agree that the Tantrump being played out by the trumpoids is not in proportion to the delegates won?

    Mr. Trump is not connected to the electorate in any manner other than they are to be used to win. After that they are to be mothballed.

  3. sound awake on 2/02/16 at 1:47 pm

    it sure seems a lot like people are enjoying the impending doom of the one guy who has the best chance of peeling large amounts of democrat voters away from clinton/sanders

    “The Democrat establishment knows a lot of registered Democrats favor Trump. According to The Upshot by Civis Analytics, a Democratic data firm, Democrats in the South, Appalachia and the industrial North support Trump.

    In early January Mercury Analytics, a research company with clients that include MSNBC and Fox News, conducted an online poll. It revealed a full 20% of Democrats said they would go against the party line and vote for Trump in a general election.

    Independents are a large factor as well.

    An IVN poll conducted in September showed 25.9% of them going for Trump.”

    so go ahead ladies cheer on your goldman sachs candidate in ted cruz and your establishment/john mccains boy marco rubio

    it dont mean a crap if they dont get to the white house

    i work in illinois and most of the people i work with that i know who voted for obama twice arent going to vote for hillary or bernie and if they voted for obama twice they aint goin to vote for no cruz or rubio

    so whos left geniuses?

  4. mike191 on 2/02/16 at 3:27 pm

    Post 2: The construct of your second sentence can be applied to
    most politicians in Washington.For example, the 2010 and 2014 elections for the landslides of Republicans changed what exactly
    in Washington? To be more specific, Joni Ernst from Iowa voted
    for an extreme leftest,racial ideologist to a Judicial Post.This person
    was backed by the Tea Party.Moreover, Mr Cruz was absent for the
    vote.In fact ,he was absent for a bill he was a co-sponsor for, The
    Fed audit bill.If you really talk about being”mothballed” , What say you in the role of Mr. Cruz in the Corker Cardin travesty?