Monday, April 4, 2016

Reality Check for GOP Establishment: Cruz Will Be Knocked Out of Delegate Race By April 26 -- Even If He Wins WI!



Contrary to the heavy spin coming from the corrupt media machine and the GOP establishment, the ballgame is already over for Ted Cruz.
GatewayPundit reports based on current delegate counts and poll numbers Ted Cruz will be mathematically unable to reach the delegate 

Currently Cruz has only 463 delegates. Even if Cruz wins Wisconsin, which is a state whose delegates are winner take most (WTM), he still will not have enough delegates to win the election by April 26th.
This is in part because New York is leaning heavily towards Trump who leads according to polls listed at Real Clear Politics by as much as 36%. New York has a Republican primary where the delegates are split proportionally. So even if Cruz wins a third of the delegates, it won’t be enough. This is because come April 26th, there are five Republican Presidential primaries and three of these are winner take all (WTA). All three of these states are in the East where polls show Trump leading (Maryland and Pennsylvania) or there is no polling available with the state highly likely leaning towards Trump (Delaware).


More here

2 comments:

  1. You might want to check your sources. Must be that Common Core math they're using. According to AP, Cruz has 475 delegates. If Trump won every contest, and all the delegates between now and April 26th, including Wisconsin (where Cruz is ahead in the polling) he still won't have 1237, which is what Trump needs for a first ballot victory, which is the only thing that would "knock Cruz out of a delegate race".
    As Barbie would say, "Math is hard".

    ReplyDelete
  2. Mike Cruz will be out of the delegate race if that is defined as winning 50% outright. He will still be in the race to convince cucks to back him instead of Trump AT the convention.

    ReplyDelete

FAIR WARNING-Due to high volume of Anonymous spam comments Anonymous comments will be automatically deleted. Spam is not welcome here.