Our one consideration is with the Texas primary,
in which Senator Ted Cruz could possibly edge out
a win in his home state denying Trump a clean sweep.
Viable sources agree that when finalized the ongoing FBI investigation
currently underway with respect to protocol Mrs. Clinton exhibited during her
tenure as Secretary of State, will disclose what is being termed as "unmitigated
facts that implicate Mrs. Clinton as to her participation in violation of multiple
statutes, any one of which are unequivocally established as felonies."
Their primary focus of this report concerns Ms. Clintons handling of top classified
intelligence, the conflicts of interest regarding alleged pro quo arrangements she's
alleged to have facilitated between foreign governments and the Clinton foundation
while serving as Secretary in addition to her alleged involvement and or participation
with obstruction of justice in more than one instance.
The accurately detailed account of events that occurred and the actions of
all involved, along with a recommendation for an Incitement will be presented
to the U.S. Justice Department for their review upon it's completion.
The full report will not be available for the general public to view, not
withstanding the future ramifications to her legally, information expected to
be leaked will adequately suffice to enlighten the public as to the extent
and implications regarding what appears to be viable felonious misconduct, thereby rendering a Clinton candidacy for President non feasible.
Vantage Political forecast a decisive
Super Tuesday win for :
Donald J. Trump
Our estimates give Mr. Trump victories in all 12 states.
Senator Marco Rubio will be his closest competitor overall
Senator Ted Cruz is not going to fair as well as his campaign
is anticipating but he will come closest to Trump in his home
state of Texas gleaning a good portion of the 155 delegates in play.
Ben Carson and John Kasich each will fair better in some of the
contests then others but overall their combined totals will be less than 15%.
POSTED BEFOR THE POLLS OPENED IN SOUTH CAROLINA - 2/20/16
Donald Trump will win tonight's South Carolina Primary by a substantial
margin, although most polls and pundits give Ted Cruz odd on a second
place finish, VPC projects Marco Rubio taking the number two spot here.
Mr. Cruz could very well end up in the forth position with Kasich coming
in third, Jeb Bush and Ben Carson will be in a dead heat for fifth and sixth.
VCP projections Moving onto Super Tuesday mimic our projected results
for South Carolina, Donald Trump will continue to dominate through each
of the successive primaries' and caucuses with Marco Rubio emerging as
the only viable candidate remaining in contention with Trump.
The order in which the other RNC candidates will be
withdrawing from the 2016 Presidential race is;
1st. Carson / 2nd. Bush / 3rd Kasich / 4th. Cruz
Privileged information from reliable sources render
our speculation regarding the Democratic nominee
to be irrelevant and compromised, the DNC super
delegates harbor a pre-disposed bias from which the
selection of Hillary Clinton has already been decided.
Regardless of Mr. Sanders successive victories as the
election process moves forward, his accomplishments
immense popularity or votes in his favor will have no effect
on changing an outcome the DNC has pre-determined.