Jeb Bush Didn’t Have Enough Supporters, So He Bought a Few for CPAC. Too Bad It Didn’t Help.

Vatic Note:   The first thought I had when I read this, was "Well, that proves he is a "Sherff".  Deception and manipulation are his stock and trade.  Don't believe me?  Read this that he has done, especially as Governor of Florida, when on SEPTEMBER 7, 2001,  HE SIGNED AN EO, DECLARING MARTIAL LAW IN FLORIDA,  AND HE MADE  IT EFFECTIVE FOR 4 DAYS LATER ON 9-11.  So how did he know that 9-11 was going to happen, 4 day before it did happen??  And why didn't he do his sworn duty and notify everyone??

He didn't because, like his grandfather, father and brother before him, he is a traitor.  No question or doubt about it.   We elect no more traitors to public office.  Jeb is out of the running forever unless the cabal takes over.  I doubt that we, as a nation, will ever allow that to happen.  If someone honest gets in (that leaves Hitlary out) then the first thing I hope they will do is rescind the "medal of Freedom", that Obama bestowed on the biggest traitor of them all,  George HW Bush.

That would set the record straight on that man. Mr. Bohemian Grove, Molech worshipper, CIA drug running, black ops, mafia, traitor who signed a resolution turning our legal system off of the 10 commandments and putting it on the Noahide khazar Zionist laws where christians suffer punishment by decapitation for following Christ or calling themselves Christians.   I can just see it now..... Russian Revolution with 63 million dead Christians being laid over America.  No thanks.

Anyway, this is the best indicator in current times to show what another Bush in office would mean to the American people.   We just had 8 years of their protégée, Obama, run by Cheney, according to Victoria Nuland.  Who needs anymore Bush's or their puppets.  I am considered a conservative, but I am darn close to becoming an independant or unaffiliated if this garbage keeps up much longer.  Both parties are totally sold out to the Zionist bankers, who are set on destroying the sovereignty of our nation and culture.  Iceland had it right.

Jeb Bush Didn’t Have Enough Supporters, So He Bought a Few for CPAC. Too Bad It Didn’t Help. 
By Admin,  Patriots and Politics  

With the runup to the 2016 presidential election in full force, Republican candidates are eager to garner the support of the party’s influential conservative wing. Aspiring candidates recently lined up to present their views at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference, often considered the “starting gun” of the Republican presidential campaign.

Although none of the potential candidates has yet declared, one of the front-runners is former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, son and brother of the former Presidents Bush. Jeb Bush is controversial among Conservatives, chiefly because of his stance on immigration.

Breitbart reports that the Bush camp took out some extra insurance:

Perhaps in fear that he didn’t have enough backers willing to show up on their own, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s campaign organized to bus supporters to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to cheer during his appearance on stage and vote for him in the straw poll.
The New York Times’ Jonathan Martin writes that Bush brought people in from Washington, D.C.: “Mr. Bush’s supporters organized caravans of his Washington backers to attend his speech, and they cheered whenever anyone else booed,” Martin wrote.
Those same bused in cheerers also will likely be expected by Bush’s campaign to vote for him in the famed straw poll.
Betsy Woodruff at the liberal outlet Slate also obtained emails that prove Bush’s team was busing in supporters from K Street.
“Emails provided to Slate show that backers of the former Florida governor are busing supporters from downtown Washington D.C. to CPAC in National Harbor, Maryland, and organizing to get them day passes into the event,” Woodruff wrote.
One person behind the effort to bus in Bush backers, Woodruff confirmed, was former George W. Bush advance man Fritz Brogan. “A Bush insider confirmed to Slate that Bush’s Right to Rise PAC is helping organize the transportation,” Woodruff wrote.
Three other potential GOP presidential campaigns told Breitbart News that they expect nothing less from Bush’s campaign, since he doesn’t have real conservative support.
“It comes as no surprise that the Bushies would try to rig the CPAC straw poll. Jeb, like his father and brother, is strongly disliked and distrusted by the Base,” one said.
Trying to rig the CPAC straw poll “is a cynical effort by Bush’s establishment campaign to attempt to build some conservative bona fides where none exist,” a second rival presidential effort staffer told Breitbart News. “Since they don’t have legitimate conservative support they have to pay for it in a transparent AstroTurf effort.”
“This shows one thing: Jeb Bush’s base is D.C. insiders and lobbyists,” an operative for a third potential GOP presidential rival said. “He has to bus them everywhere he goes. They are his only hope, that they can buy him this election every step of the way. True conservatives need to stand up and fight back.”
Bush spokeswoman Kristy Campbell was asked before CPAC whether the Bush campaign would be paying and transporting in supporters. She denied it flatly, saying in an email that she “can confirm that we are not trying to play in the straw poll – despite what anyone else is telling you.”

Ultimately, the CPAC Straw Poll was won for the third year in a row by Senator Rand Paul. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was a close contender, as well.

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