D.C. Whispers Report On Republican Delay Of Trump Agenda Confirmed In Real Time

48-hours earlier, D.C. Whispers went live with the following headline:

Ryan Works With Pelosi & Schumer To Stall Trump Economic Recovery

Some (foolishly) doubted the story’s legitimacy. Today, Drudge went with this related headline:


Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., fields questions from an audience at the Tower Theatre in Roseville, Calif. on Feb. 4. He faced the rowdy crowd and had to be escorted by police as protesters followed him shouting "Shame on you!"

The Drudge story links to a just-published Politico Article outlining how fearful Republicans have become over the “repeal of Obamacare” backlash:

“…Also discussed at the closed-door conference meeting was how to engage Democratic constituents to ensure they feel they’re being heard. After Reichert (R-Wash.) spoke about the security side, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) stood up to talk about how to engage constituents in a “congenial” manner.

…The presentation was particularly important, those in attendance said, because it’s not just the most politically vulnerable, moderate members being targeted by protesters. Conservatives have also seen Democratic activists show up at events, including one recently hosted by Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.), who ousted former Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Many of these lawmakers in safe districts have never dealt with such severe blowback.”

And here is the D.C. Whispers report which included very pertinent information on the very same subject made public 48-hours before the Politico piece:

“…The first evidence of this tactical delay on the part of Ryan to ensure nothing getting done remains the D.C. status-quo, is to declare almost all attention/energy/focus will be on dealing with “fixing” Obamacare.

Pay attention to the wording. Watch “repeal and replace” become secondary to “fixing.” Ryan intends to initiate a patch-work approach that will take up a great deal of legislative time, receive significant media attention,  but in the end, get little actually accomplished by of way of “repeal and replace.”  In the meantime, the delay in such critical components of the Trump economic recover plan – namely sweeping tax reform, will be further delayed.

In effect, Paul Ryan and his cadre of Establishment Republicans will do to Trump what they rarely appeared willing to do against Barack Obama – namely use the power of the legislature to contain a president’s agenda.”




Republican Leaders Quickly Back Down After Trump Rips Them A New One

As reported here earlier today, Republican leaders didn’t want the Office of Congressional Ethics to have the power to independently investigate potential wrongdoing by members of Congress. Democrats and the liberal media seized on efforts by Republicans to neuter the OCE’s powers, all of which caused President-Elect Donald Trump to openly scold Republicans for worrying too much about protecting their own back ends, and not worrying enough about fighting for the American people:

Within hours of those Trump tweets, Republicans signaled they would comply with the President-Elect’s demand they focus on far more important matters:

When it comes to getting things done, both Republicans and Democrats would do well to learn that Donald Trump has little patience for typical D.C. political elite messing about.

The guy means business.

Related story:  Trump Rightfully Rips Republicans


Iowa Voters On Trump: “Republicans Don’t Want Him, But Americans Do.”

Support for Donald Trump is currently surging again in Iowa just three weeks before that state’s caucus voters choose who they would like to see lead the GOP in 2016. Recently, political pundits have declared a belief (hope?) many of Donald Trump’s supporters won’t actually show up to vote.

It appears those pundits are going to be proven (yet again) to have been wrong.

D.C. Whispers was among the very first to outline a GOP Establishment view that Trump political support was “soft” and would not show up on voting day:


Iowa Republican Establishment Confident Trump Will Lose


Just as interesting is in the days following the above linked report, the Trump campaign saw a resurgence of support in Iowa.

The belief that Trump supporters would not actually take the time to show up and caucus appears to have been far more wishful thinking on GOP operatives’ part than factual – at least for now:

“It’s almost like Republicans don’t want Trump, even though a lot of the American people do.”

That sentiment was shared by an Iowan construction contractor by the name of Rich Lewerke, as outlined in a Washington Examiner report detailing Trump’s impressive on-the-ground support in the Hawkeye State.

An Iowan by the name of Donna, who had never participated in caucus voting before, said this about why she is now willing to do so this time for Donald Trump:

“I guess because there wasn’t a candidate that I believed in as much as this one.”

The Iowa Caucus is noted for often frigid temperatures and small groups of voters required to stand for hours in less than ideal conditions awaiting their turn to caucus for their candidate of choice. Republican power brokers were recently confident those conditions would see Trump’s support quickly dissipate on election night.

Now they’re not so sure.

As for Donald Trump, he is indicating a far more optimistic certainty:

“I think, actually, when it comes time, I think we’re going to actually over-perform. I have a feeling that far more people are going to vote than they even think.”

Mr. Trump has rarely been wrong so far on the campaign trail. If Iowa proves him right yet again, it will come at the expense of a GOP Establishment that wants nothing more at this point than to see him go away.










Jeb Bush: “Despondent, Depressed & Angry At The World.”

He was supposed to win the GOP nomination easily and just six months ago, it appeared he would do just that. He had tens of millions of donor dollars at the ready, the approval of the GOP Establishment, and a successful stint as governor of one of the most important swing states in the country.

Nothing went as planned.

“He’s angry at everything and everyone right now. Despondent, depressed, and angry at the world.”


Many blame the improbable rise of Donald Trump as being primarily responsible for Bush’s demise. That gives too much emphasis on Trump, and too little on Jeb Bush himself. While Trump has repeatedly exposed the seeming soft-spined weakness of Bush, it must be noted then that that weakness was there all along and most certainly would have been exposed by the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Viewers saw both the rage and the regret swirling in Jeb’s eyes at the most recent GOP debate. He turned on Trump, hoping to score much needed points and re-assert himself as a viable Republican choice for President of the United States. Despite hundreds of thousands of dollars in Internet ads following that debate in conjunction with carefully placed supportive Mainstream Media personalities emphasizing that effort, voters remain unconvinced.

A D.C. Whispers source painted the Bush campaign with the following colors:

“He just doesn’t have it and he’s not a good enough politician to fake it. He’s also suffering from eight years of Barack Obama faking it and voters getting wise. Most everyone sees the weakness, the phoniness, the sense of entitlement and that just won’t stand up to voter sentiment this election cycle. People are pissed. Ironically, so is Jeb Bush. He’s angry at everything and everyone right now. Despondent, depressed, and angry at the world. He is having a very difficult time grasping the reality of someone like Donald Trump at the top of the polls and seeing himself in single-digits. Jeb isn’t his brother. Jeb is a cry-baby and that part of his character is really coming through the last few months as he’s struggled to get anyone to pay attention to his version of things. People want tough and that’s something Jeb Bush has never been.”

Not only is Jeb Bush not tough, he is to this point spending by far the most among all GOP candidates and seeing the least benefit from it. The only ones enjoying the 2016 Bush campaign are the high-paid media consultants he’s surrounded himself with. For them, 2015 has been a very-very lucrative affair. To date the Bush campaign has spent nearly $33 MILLION in political ads, all of which has resulted in him trailing Donald Trump who has spent just $216,000. In fact, of the Mainstream Republican candidates, only Marco Rubio has managed to make a respectable showing the polls in relation to the millions he’s spent on similar styled, high-production political advertising.

Ad spending graphic

Some have suggested perhaps Jeb Bush really didn’t want to be the next Leader of the Free World. That apparently is not the least bit true – not only did he want to be president, he fully expected he would be. What he didn’t expect was that after working so hard, voters would so quickly dismiss him in favor of candidates far less mainstream and far more vocal regarding just how messed up business as usual in America has become.

That reality has left Jeb Bush on the outside looking in, and it appears Republican voters are just fine leaving him out there.




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STUNNER: 25% of Black Voters Choose Donald Trump Over Hillary Clinton

The 25% number alone is staggering given it represents a more than 100% increase for any Republican candidate in the last 10 presidential elections. That is an unprecedented improvement and runs counter to nearly every political media pundit be they liberal or conservative who declared Donald Trump was hurting the “Republican brand” with minority voters.

Those pundits are being proven wrong yet again.

The latest Trump numbers come from most recent and highly respected SurveyUSA poll.

By comparison, Mitt Romney received just 6% of the Black vote. This number was down from 11% received by George W. Bush in 2004 – a number Republicans were at the time reasonably satisfied with.

To have a prospective Republican candidate in 2015 polling at 25% among Black voters is an astounding improvement, but the good news for Team Trump doesn’t end there – and the media best prepare to eat another heaping portion of crow as well.

Presently, Donald Trump is seeing a nearly 5% INCREASE in Hispanic voter support as well when compared to 2012 despite nearly 24/7 media attempts to declare Hispanics would never vote for Donald Trump. As of now, nearly a third of Hispanics are indicating support for the New York billionaire – and that number, according to some internal polling by campaigns competing against Mr. Trump, is improving for the outspoken Trump. If the current Hispanic voter trend continues, Donald Trump might very well see Hispanic support approach 40% by next summer.

If Trump somehow manages to continue to succeed in fighting off the anti-Trump campaign that is at this very moment forming against him via millions of dollars in establishment money, there is but one word that adequately describes what could happen in his favor come November, 2016:  LANDSLIDE.


See the SurveyUSA poll: HERE

Media Bias Against Donald Trump Proven Without Doubt – And Establishment Republicans In On It

A portion of a response by Donald Trump has been used by the Mainstream Media and many of his own Republican presidential opponents to claim Mr. Trump accused longtime U.S. Senator John McCain of “not being a war hero.”

Regardless of whether or not one is a fan of Donald Trump, you should also ask if it makes sense to see the same Mainstream Media which has spent years attempting to diminish the Republican Party, now joining with some Republicans in an attempt to destroy a man who appears unwilling to play the politics of correctness. (Democrats like Hillary Clinton and John Kerry are also using the manufactured story to attack Trump as well.)

Award-winning reporter Sharyl Attkisson, who also found herself facing threats and intimidation when she sought to report on stories damaging to the Obama White House, was among the very first to point out the media conspiracy regarding what Donald Trump actually said about John McCain’s war service – and what he didn’t.

Here is what Attkisson had to say regarding the Trump-McCain dispute now being manipulated by the Mainstream Media:

An article in the Washington Post today is headlined, “Trump slams McCain for being ‘captured’ in Vietnam.”

The article’s lead sentence states, “Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump slammed Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a decorated Vietnam War veteran, on Saturday by saying McCain was not a war hero because he was captured by the North Vietnamese [emphasis added].”

Is this report accurate?

In fact, Trump’s actual quote is the opposite of what is presented in the Post’s first sentence.

When a panelist characterized McCain as a “war hero,” the Post is accurate in reporting that Trump initially said McCain is “not a war hero.” But then, Trump immediately modified his statement saying– four times– that McCain is a war hero.

Trump actually said the opposite of what the Post lead sentence and video caption claim. The Post might have been able to get away stating that Trump “implied” McCain was not a war hero because McCain was captured, but even that would have been a subjective interpretation since Trump had actually stated the opposite.

Get entire Attkisson response HERE

While Attkisson should be congratulated for her efforts in clarifying what is, and remains, a highly misleading story created and being spread by the Mainstream Media – AND REPUBLICANS, the Washington Post story is the one gaining traction among a growing cadre of media and political Trump enemies. Candidates like Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, and Rick Perry are all demanding Trump either apologize (for something he didn’t actually say) or end his campaign. (Which would benefit them because Trump remains at the top of the polls.)

Does Donald Trump need to improve upon his ability to remain straight-talking but not give his enemies so much verbal ammo upon which to fire back on him? Absolutely. It is a glaring weakness in what remains a fascinating political event – the most interesting and thought-provoking GOP presidential campaign in quite some time.

Some are indicating Trump is finally showing signs of breaking under the combined weight of media and financial attack. One report suggested he has already lost nearly $50 million in business agreements due to his political statements. Now establishment Republicans, Democrats, and their media cohorts are clearly suggesting to Mr. Trump he could lose far more if he persists in attempting to not comply with their version of what a political candidate should be – namely one who doesn’t stray far from the power structure that dominates both parties.