As was widely predicted, two elitist New York liberals easily won state primaries in far-left East Coast states on Tuesday, with socialist Bernie Sanders and RINO John Kasich searching for table scraps.
Liberal New York billionaire Donald Trump, a lifelong liberal Democrat who has suddenly discovered “conservatism” and is running as a Republican — as was consistently predicted by all recent polls — won all five Northeastern states, winning by large margins in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Rhode Island and Connecticut, with New York-like numbers in the 60 percent range, indicating that liberal “New York values” extend into the other surrounding states.
The bloviating billionaire and reality TV actor has failed to win a majority of Republican voters, except in far-left East Coast states where principled constitutional conservatives are few and far between.
Communist Party Democrat Party side, leftists Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders had closer races, but with Hillary coming out on top of the wild-eyed, 74-year-old socialist.
Clinton easily won in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania by double digits, but in Connecticut, Clinton eeked out a 2 1/2-point victory over Sanders, 50.3 percent to 47.8 percent.
However, in Rhode Island, Sanders defeated Clinton by over 12-points. With 97.3 percent reporting, the former Vermont “Independent” senator defeated the scandal-plagued former Obama secretary of state and New York senator, 55.4 percent, to 42.9 percent.
The Republican race now moves to Indiana on May 3, a state that is turning out to be pivotal in stopping Trump, a lifelong liberal, from hijacking the conservative movement, and a state that is predicted to be much closer than the liberal East Coast.
At this stage, Ted Cruz must do extremely well in both Indiana, as well as in California on June 7, where 172 delegates are up for grabs if he is to stop Donald Trump from reaching a majority of GOP delegates.