Governor Haley and crew are the big losers in South Carolina

The South Carolina Republican establishment has shown itself to be paper tigers. Granted their man, Open Borders Marco, inched into 2nd place, but well behind the front leader, Donald Trump.

They could not deliver South Carolina!

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Rep. Trey Gowdy, Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Nikki Haley and Sen. Tim Scott (hovering behind them all is bring-in-more-Syrians Sen. Lindsey Graham).

In fact when you add up the percentages for the outsiders, those who want to shake up Washington (Trump, Cruz and Carson), a total of 61% of South Carolina voters said they didn’t care if Gov. Nikki Haley, Rep. Trey Gowdy and although not shown in the photo, Senator Lindsey Graham (a fellow member of the infamous Gang of Eight with Marco Rubio) supported Rubio or not!

Correction: A reader tells me that SC god-father Graham supported Jeb (for what good it did). You can be sure he is now on the Rubio train.

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Senator Lindsey Graham exposed as weak in his home state!

Thank goodness for Donald Trump because he is helping all of us see the forces arrayed against America First Conservatives.

Indeed, the weakness of the hold the establishment has on South Carolina has been exposed!

I once had high hopes that Rep. Trey Gowdy, as chairman of the Immigration subcommittee in the House, would be helpful in investigating the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program, but his lack of initiative even as refugees are moving into Spartanburg, and his endorsement of Rubio for President dispelled that crazy notion!

For more on Rubio, Graham, Haley and Gowdy as it relates to immigration/refugees please visit Refugee Resettlement Watch and search for their names.

Ted Cruz on Syrian refugees as the “tired, huddled masses”

Almost two years ago, Senator Ted Cruz can be seen on Fox News, in a piece that spins favorably on Syrian refugee resettlement, along with some of our favorite pals and globalists (David Miliband and Anne Richard), saying this:

(paraphrasing)

We have welcomed refugees—the tired, huddled masses—for centuries and we should continue to do so.   [Be sure to see our post at RRW on the Statue of Liberty and that d*** poem—ed]

He than cautions that the Syrian refugees should be screened, but concludes by saying, “we can do that.”

Watch the clip here (hat tip Richard at Blue Ridge Forum):

 

What a difference two years make! Cruz would surely not be sounding so chirpy on the subject today!

LOL! Or, more accurately what a difference a Presidential campaign against Donald Trump makes!