Ted Cruz seems to be running out of opportunities for more ‘voterless victories’
Ted Cruz has made few friends among Republicans in Washington during his nearly four years in the Senate, but his message to GOP elite as he looks to build support to the party’s presidential nominee is that he would bring more Republicans along with him.
Ted Cruz LASHES OUT at Media After He’s Told He Can’t Mathematically Win Nomination:
Ted Cruz is running scared now that there is no chance with the amount of delegates remaining of him winning the nomination outright. Watch this video and see how his nerves are frayed to the breaking point after the Trump blowout in New York.
In a private meeting with members of the Republican National Committee, the Cruz campaign’s high command, including campaign manager Jeff Roe, strategist David Polyansky, and delegate-hunters Ken Cuccinelli and Saul Anuzis, made the case for Cruz as the party’s stronger choice for the general election and argued he’d help down-ballot GOP races.
Ted Cruz’s ‘Voterless Victory’ in Colorado
Mathematically eliminated from winning the GOP nomination on the first ballot, Ted Cruz is betting on Donald Trump failing to reach the 1,237 delegates required to win the nomination on the first ballot, and plotting to secure as many of the then-unbound votes as possible. source
‘You gotta Stop!’ Hannity Loses His Cool with Ted Cruz Over delegates:
You can read all about Ted Cruz voterless victories in Wyoming, Colorado, and Georgia just to name a few. Without an endless array of dirty tricks and legal but not moral or ethical strategies, the Ted Cruz team’s only hope is in shenanigans at the Convention.
And you can best believe he will pull every trick in the book.