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Donald Trump claims Ted Cruz ‘stole’ the Iowa election, may file formal complaint

February 3, 2016

 Just a couple of days after claiming that Iowa did not matter life-long liberal Democrat Donald Trump has apparently changed his mind (as he has done on virtually every single issue since announcing his candidacy) and is now claiming that Ted Cruz “stole” the election and that there should either be a do over or the GOP should ignore the results and hand him the electoral votes.

  Here is more:

“Ted Cruz didn’t win Iowa, he illegally stole it. That is why all of the polls were so wrong any [sic] why he got more votes than anticipated. Bad!” Trump tweeted Wednesday morning. The tweet disappeared within minutes of posting and was replaced by another that no longer included the word “illegally.”

He followed up with an ultimatum: “Based on the fraud committed by Senator Ted Cruz during the Iowa Caucus, either a new election should take place or Cruz results nullified,”

  Of course in order to believe Ted Cruz stole the election we would have to believe that Ben Carson had enough support to sway the election if a small portion of his supporters did jump over to Ted Cruz , and he did not have much support to begin with, but let that go…

  He then went on to state that he would most likely do what he always does when he does not get his way–file a lawsuit:

Trump said later Wednesday that he’ll likely sue. “I probably will; what he did is unthinkable,” he said during an interview with Boston Herald Radio.

  I am not defending what the Cruz campaign allegedly did; it might be dirty and unconscionable but it is not “unthinkable.” In fact whether you like it or not this type of thing happens all the time and has happened for almost as long as there has been a United States of America. That does not make it right but it does happen. (For the record, even though my candidate dropped out of the race today he remains on the New Hampshire ballot and I will still be voting for him.)

  If Donald Trump cannot handle the fire perhaps he should drop out of the race. I have been saying ever since he announced his candidacy that Donald Trump is a Hegelian Dialectic agent provocateur  whose goal it was to bring down the Republican party and if he does indeed file this lawsuit I think it provides proof to back up that claim. I do not trust this man in the least…

malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

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