Political Roundup From Suyts!!!!!

Well, I’ve some things to sound off about …… and they’re only tangent in connections.  But, they are connected.


Over last week, we saw where some violence broke out at some Trump gatherings.  Indeed, in Chicago, they cancelled the gathering even before Trump could make it there.  Political pundits and talking heads all over the country were quick to condemn ……..  Trump.  Even after some pinhead tried to rush the stage Trump was speaking from. 

The Republican rivals were quick to pile on Trump, as well.  I was totally and wholly sickened by their responses.  Every damned one of them.

As everyone who reads this site knows I’m no Trump fan, I’ll still call it as I see it.  The people responsible for the violence are the dumbasses committing the violence …… be it some scumbag in the audience, or other scumbags committed to violating their fellow Americans’ First Amendment rights. You don’t like what Trump and his fans have to say?  That’s too f’n bad!!!!  You want to counter protest?  That’s fine.  You want to disrupt the gathering as to not allow Trump or his supports to speak and be heard?  Then, you are the ones committing violence, and violence in an horrific manner which threatens the fabric of our Union. We don’t have to agree with what he says to support his right to say it.  I 100% stand with Trump in this issue. 

Typically, people who attempt to disrupt free speech are imbeciles incapable of forming legitimate arguments to what is being stated.  They have been too poorly and improperly educated and are little more than emotive mounds of flesh.  It’s more than just ironic that the same people who equate Trump to Hitler and call him a Fascist would be the first to deny him his right to speak and be heard.  It’s not ironic, it’s projection. 

I’ll let the little losers who do such idiotic things in on a secret they seem incapable of learning …….  every time a little brownshirt screams and hollers about someone being a fascist, it causes more hardened resolve and attracts more and more supporters.  It’s a free campaign ad for Trump!  I find there is no greater threat to the Republic than people believing it is okay to silence people they disagree with.  Further, the people who do such things are lazy dullards, incapable of doing the work necessary to maintaining a free society. 

We let people make statements, if we don’t agree with the statements, we make our own statements in response, in a civilized world, we call this “discourse”. 

Well, enough of the Trump/Suyts love-fest.  We’ll go on to the second greatest threat to our Union. 

“A popular Government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy; or, perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance: And a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.” James Madison, 1822.

In recent years, I’ve don’t believe I’ve ever been more optimistic about the future of America because of the advent of the new ‘conservative’ media.  After an entire lifetime of being subjected to leftarded propaganda, finally the people were given information which would have otherwise never been known. 

In recent months, I’ve never been more depressed about the future of America because of the new ‘conservative’ media.  I’ve not found one outlet which isn’t a shill for one Repub candidate or another.  There can be no better example than Breitbart News.  This time last year, I would have said this is the go-to site for real news and conservative insight.  It’s not. 

Recently, one of their reporters was roughed up a bit for trying to ask “The Donald” a question.  I won’t bother with the details of the incident.  You can Google it if you wish.  When I first saw the story, I thought, “oh, boy!!!  Now the lovefest for Trump ends!!!”  Reading Breitbart over the last several months has been like reading a Trump campaign ad over and over again.  But, it wasn’t to be as I thought.  Instead of running to the defense of their reporter, they tried to silence her co-workers who were supporting her. 

But, that’s not really the impetus of the mass exodus at Breitbart.  But, the straw which broke the camel’s back.  I’ll let Ben Shapiro tell it ……

“Andrew’s life mission has been betrayed,” Shapiro wrote. “Indeed, Breitbart News, under the chairmanship of Steve Bannon, has put a stake through the heart of Andrew’s legacy. In my opinion, Steve Bannon is a bully, and has sold out Andrew’s mission in order to back another bully, Donald Trump; he has shaped the company into Trump’s personal Pravda, to the extent that he abandoned and undercut his own reporter, Breitbart News’ Michelle Fields, in order to protect Trump’s bully campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, who allegedly assaulted Michelle.”

Or, another former Breitbart employee tell it ……

“The company no longer resembles the ideals that inspired me to start writing for them three years ago. Some of us have been fighting behind the scenes against the party-line Trump propaganda for some time, but without any success, unfortunately. Breitbart News is no longer a journalistic enterprise, but instead, in my opinion, something resembling an unaffiliated media Super PAC for the Trump campaign. I signed my contract to work as a journalist, not as a member of the Donald J. Trump for President media network.

We can only speculate why Breitbart has made this turn.  Will they try to go back to being a journalistic enterprise after the elections?  I don’t see why.  They will have lost all credibility.  Sure, I still read them.  But, only in the manner I read all other LSM, with an understanding that they’ve intentionally slanted their news.  That rather than tell me the truth, they will pursue an agenda, first, and then the news.  For some reason, beyond my fathoming, they’ve decided to pursue shilling for Trump in the Repub primaries.  I suppose it wouldn’t bother me much, except they pretended to be the voice of conservatives.  Donald Trump, whether you like him or hate him, simply isn’t a conservative.  Some notions he extolls are conservative, others are most definitely not conservative.  But, for whatever reason, he’s their man …… right now.   I read a statement from Joel Pollak this morning.  It was full of vile and venom towards Shapiro, (Pollak now says it was “an effort to make light” of the situation).  Two others have resigned since then.  Pollak, though, seems to have the job of “editor-at-large” now, which, as I recall, was Shapiro’s job, so, well, we all do what we must, no?

But, all of this probably doesn’t mean one whit to the general public.  That is to say, none of this will probably sway the upcoming primaries tomorrow.  Another “super-Tuesday”. 

We’ve Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Illinois, and Misery!!!!! 

Folks, this can very well tell the tale.  My take on this, in reading the polls …..

Rubio is done.  And, he’s a moron.  He’s not going to even take Florida.  He’ll be out of the race Wednesday or Thursday ……. which is about a month too late.  Oh, yeh, he’s going to lose every other state, as well.  All of his political capital will be wiped out, tomorrow, and he’ll be relegated to some footnote. 

Kasich has a decent chance at winning Ohio.  Polls at any of the other states indicate he’s no chance of winning anywhere else, tomorrow.  This seems to be part of team Cruz’ strategy. 

By all reckoning, Trump is going to win Florida, the biggest prize.  I think team Cruz has decided to let Kasich deny Trump of the Ohio delegates, and then try to win in the other states.  The polling out of Misery is very sparse (only one poll with a sampling size of 208 people).  I have no idea how those people will vote.  Or if it’s an open or closed primary.  That said, the conservatives of Missouri are often pretty close to the conservatives of Kansas in political alignment.  In other words, Cruz stands a good chance of winning that one.  Cruz seems to be surging in Illinois.  I think in states where Cruz has won he polled losing to Trump, with the exception of Texas, in which he polled higher, but, out performed his average in the polling.  In Arkansas, though, he finished worse than his polling.  But, it seems he typically out-performs the polls.  I don’t know why.

That said, Trump is leading or tied in the polls for every state.  If he sweeps the states (which I don’t think is likely) then it’s probably over.  I don’t see even Cruz getting past that.  If Trump takes Ohio, then, I think Kasich will probably drop out.  But, he’s vowed to stay through the convention. 

The way I think it will go is that Trump takes Florida and North Carolina.  I think Kasich will take Ohio, and I think Cruz will probably take Misery and Illinois.  …… If that happens, then, we’ll have a persistent Kasich.  Regardless, it’s a two-man race.  Kasich can’t catch Trump, or even Cruz, unless Cruz falls down with a stroke or something.  It’s just not going to happen for Kasich.  And, again, there’s no way Repubs are going to commit suicide and pick a #3 finisher over the #1 and #2 finishers.  Kasich is holding onto a fantasy. 

While we’re discussing “fantasies”, someone please tell me how this is possible in a very conservative state …….


What? ……. Yes, that’s just the first step in a two-step process, but, really?  Less than 1000 showed up?

Anyway, that’s all I got for now.  What do you think?

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42 Responses to Political Roundup From Suyts!!!!!

  1. DirkH says:

    “I’ll let the little losers who do such idiotic things in on a secret they seem incapable of learning ……. every time a little brownshirt screams and hollers about someone being a fascist, it causes more hardened resolve and attracts more and more supporters.”

    That’s how they treat the AfD since 2013. And they never stop. It’s the only thing they got. It does scare a few feeble minded away. But a lot of people notice, wait a moment, that’s not right. If they lie to me about this, about what other things do they lie? What? Everything? Yes. About everything.

  2. >>
    It’s more than just ironic that the same people who equate Trump to Hitler and call him a Fascist would be the first to deny him his right to speak and be heard. It’s not ironic, it’s projection.

    It’s nice to know I’m now projecting and denying Trump his First Amendment rights.

    The way I think it will go is that Trump takes Florida and North Carolina.

    The early voting in Florida has Rubio surging. It may not be enough to win the state.


    • DirkH says:

      populist =/= fascist. Look up the definitions.
      I don’t know what’s wrong with populist anyway. Isn’t populous = demos as in democracy, and isn’t that a GOOD thing? I guess politicians just don’t want to hear of that thing called demos.

      • >>
        populist =/= fascist. Look up the definitions.

        “The word Fascism has now no meaning except in so far as it signifies ‘something not desirable'”
        –George Orwell, 1946

        “. . . both the Wilson and the FDR administrations were descendants–albeit distant ones–of the first fascist movement: the French Revolution.”
        –Jonah Goldberg: Liberal Fascism


        • DirkH says:

          ““The word Fascism has now no meaning except in so far as it signifies ‘something not desirable’”
          –George Orwell, 1946”

          You trust Blair, the socialist?

          ““. . . both the Wilson and the FDR administrations were descendants–albeit distant ones–of the first fascist movement: the French Revolution.”
          –Jonah Goldberg: Liberal Fascism”

          He’s of course right. Not only did they use the FASCES as symbol, they also installed a totalitarian control of society (and wrecked it twice in a row with hyperinflation). And, their immediate successor was Napoleon, if that was not the first fascist Emperor, I don’t know. He even invented the gas chamber during his genocide in Haiti.

        • DirkH says:

          I was of course referring to the French revolutionists, not to Wilson and FDR.
          As to FDR : He and Hitler used the exact same policies to get the economy going in 1933- only that Hitler was more successful; thanks to his conservative (NOT Nazi) economics minister Hjalmar Schacht. (Who abdicated I think in 1939)

        • DirkH says:

          And all that Liberte Fraternite Egalite was a bit overshadowed by La Terreur.

          The idea was, if you want happy people, kill the unhappy. Pre-Darwinist selection.

        • >>
          You trust Blair, the socialist?

          Sometimes it takes a socialist to know the evils of socialism. I’m referring to his 1984 book.

          Not only did they use the FASCES as symbol . . . .

          Big deal. Our House of Representatives has been using that symbol from the beginning:


        • DirkH says:

          Well, the fledgling USA was an ally of the revolutionist French – and bought French Louisiana from Napoleon when he was broke.

          Of course the fasces symbol is just the symbol of the republic. That’s why I said “NOT ONLY did they…”

    • suyts says:

      Jim, I was speaking specifically towards the people who attempt to disrupt his gatherings. I didn’t know you equated Trump to Hitler. ……. other than both having populist messages, I don’t really see any similarities.

  3. DirkH says:

    Breitbart BTW is currently bankrolled by a hedge fund billionaire called Mercer. Don’t know for how long, but I guess that’s why they could afford their erstwhile liaison with Fox News, they used to have tons of links to Fox News content which is difficult now when Fox is anti Trump and Breitbart pro Trump.

    I read mostly Breitbart London which has good EU and German coverage, and Delingpole.

    • suyts says:

      Yes, I like their European coverage …. and Delingpole is always a delight to read. I’m wondering if after the elections that they’ll go back to partnering with Fox.

  4. Latitude says:

    Soros pays MoveON, BLM, etc to cause violence at Trump rallies…..
    ..when no one else was even planning on demonstrating anything

    The left, the right, the middle….all accuse Trump of causing violence

    …and he went up another 10 points

    WE are all being had on all levels…..

  5. leftinflagstaff says:

    There’s the ‘bully’ word again. Seems to be back as the preferred ‘name calling’ word of the week. Read an article (at Breitbart) today where Cruz must have used it 4 or 5 times, I’m sure intentionally. Comparing Trump with the bullying of Rahm, Obama, Hillary.

    And there’s the disconnect, I believe, in a nutshell. Trump voters know it’s time to leave the whining about bullies to 5 yr olds. It’s time to be bullies. Bully is no longer a negative trait. A bully is exactly what they want and need. Trump has probably known that forever. All the others can’t seem to
    figure it out, or it’s just not in them. The GOP most likely committed suicide by not being bullies with their majority.

    To be determined, of course, is whether Trump would be a bully for their interests. But they know they know it must start with one.

    • suyts says:

      I suppose that’s the difference, then. You see, most of us don’t want a mirror image of Obama, Hillary and Rahm. I demand better from the people who are suppose to represent me and my interests ….. which, Trump doesn’t seem to be interested in, anyway.

      • Gotta fight fire with fire.

        • Principles lose importance once the barbarians have broken through the gates.

        • DirkH says:

          There’s a reason for that.

          Warrior gene, Berserker mode
          All you need to know about whitey

          “Studies have found differences in the frequency distribution of variants of the MAOA gene between ethnic groups.:[30][31] of the participants, 59% of Black men, 54% of Chinese men, 56% of Maori men, and 34% of Caucasian men carried the 3R allele, while 5.5% of Black men, 0.1% of Caucasian men, and 0.00067% of Asian men carried the 2R allele.[21][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37][38]

          In individuals with the low activity MAOA gene, when faced with social exclusion or ostracism showed higher levels of aggression than individuals with the high activity MAOA gene.[39] Low activity MAO-A could significantly predict aggressive behaviour in a high provocation situation, but was less associated with aggression in a low provocation situation. Individuals with the low activity variant of the MAOA gene were just as likely as participants with the high activity variant to retaliate when the loss was small. However, they were more likely to retaliate and with greater force when the loss was large.[40]”

          In other words: 66% of white males will turn from nancyboys into berserkers if you mess with them.
          Ain’t that funny.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Well, I think any person can tell when it’s time to become the barbarian that’s attacking you, or die. If they can’t, death is the correct result.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Can’t, or won’t.

        • DirkH says:

          “Well, I think any person can tell”

          Not German Gutmenschen, oh no.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Heh. True. And most of Europe it seems. And the US.

        • DirkH says:

          Well, 70 to 80 percent of Germans disagree with Merkel now, the hardcore is 20 to 30%, perfectly in line with the MAOA allele frequencies.

          This is BTW also the response predicted by Kevin MacDonals characterization of Northerners ethics. Allow anyone to become member of the tribe- but if the prospective member doesn’t behave, he’s out.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Any solution is going to require much more than disagreement with her.

          Same for our immigration issues. Nothing ethical about letting the well-behaved into the tribe, when the tribe is already starving.

  6. kim2ooo says:


    Monsanto Dark Act 2.0




    These are Republicans doing these “Dirty Tricks”:

  7. Lars P. says:

    I saw yesterday this youtube referring the Breitbart’s reporter incident:

    “Recently, one of their reporters was roughed up a bit for trying to ask “The Donald” a question.”
    It seems to me she was following him too close and was stopped by security, but I do not see any drama happening?
    When I first saw the story, I thought, “oh, boy!!! Now the lovefest for Trump ends!!!”
    Instead of running to the defense of their reporter, they tried to silence her co-workers who were supporting her.
    Maybe the real incident did not justify running to support her? Just watch and compare what was said with what happened. This my 2 cents…

    • Latitude says:

      if you search around on the interent….you can find more lies that she’s told

    • suyts says:

      Well, you can see other videos showing different things. I certainly wouldn’t view this video as definitive, nor the others. Whether or not this incident was all that she’s making out to be wasn’t the point. Silencing co-workers in support of her because it was their chosen-one’s campaign was the point. Were it any other campaign, they would have fired both barrels and reloaded. And, that’s my point. Like the video, Breitbart is showing you what they want you to see, and nothing more. They’re not a news organization any more than MSNBC is. …… well, they’ve developed a decent sports section …..

    • Me says:

      Funny, that the bruses on her forearm she has shown isn’t where she was grabbed by the looks of it, so how did that happen?

  8. gator69 says:

    After Andrew died, Breitbart became another WND. Ask any of those who left, and they will tell you it is not the principled powerhouse it once was. A sad loss for conservatives and libertarians alike.

  9. Latitude says:

    some things are just so far out there….you can’t wrap your head around it at all


  10. Latitude says:

    here you go……..Trump’s name left off ballots in Florida


  11. Latitude says:

    who predicted that Rubio and Carson’s voters would turn to Trump…..

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