Trump’s Super Tuesday, Delegates, and Congressional Primaries

On March 5th, Super Tuesday, Republicans in 15 states will choose a total of 884 delegates to the Republican National convention –36% of the total RNC delegates. Most of the remaining states will hold their presidential primaries by the end of March, at which point Trump’s delegate count will far exceed 50%. Maybe then, even Nikki Haley will finally admit that Trump is the presumptive GOP nominee.


“A year-long research project… has uncovered the mechanism that is being used to connect our election equipment at polling places across the nation… After submitting a countless number of public documents requests from multiple federal, state, and local governments, and working with other grassroots researchers, the team realized that the federal government has indeed created a nationwide network that is capable of collecting and changing real-time voting data at polling places across the country from a central location. The private network tool is called FirstNet, and like so many things that have proven detrimental to American liberty – it was sold as a tool to ensure public safety.

“…how the FirstNet network could be misused to connect precincts to county and state election offices in such a way that all election data passes through a single network where it could be intercepted and changed by the other programs the DHS has set up to supposedly protect and monitor our election infrastructure:”

Texas To Exit Leftist-Controlled Voter-Roll ‘Management’ Group

As The Federalist has previously reported, the Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC, is a widely used voter-roll management organization founded by Democrat activist David Becker that was “sold to states as a quick and easy way to update their voter rolls.” In actuality, ERIC inflates voter rolls by requiring member states to contact eligible but unregistered residents and encouraging them to register to vote.

The TRUTH About Election Fraud | Texas AG Ken Paxton at Heritage50

The news that the Republican controlled Texas House held a rushed impeachment vote on a holiday weekend to remove conservative A.G. Ken Paxton was a shock to many. Why did the uni-party target Paxton? Watch Ken Paxton’s 13 minute speech at the April Heritage Leadership Summit detailing his efforts to fight election fraud and you will understand why. No wonder President Trump, Senator Ted Cruz, and Texas Republican Party Chairman Matt Rinaldi have all spoken publicly in support of Ken Paxton.

Dtr pac Texas AG Says Trump Would’ve ‘Lost’ State If It Hadn’t Blocked Mail-in Ballots Applications Being Sent Out

“If we’d lost Harris County—Trump won by 620,000 votes in Texas. Harris County mail-in ballots that they wanted to send out were 2.5 million, those were all illegal and we were able to stop every one of them,” Paxton told former Trump adviser Steve Bannon during the latter’s War Room podcast on Friday.

“Had we not done that, we would have been in the very same situation—we would’ve been on Election Day, I was watching on election night and I knew, when I saw what was happening in these other states, that that would’ve been Texas. We would’ve been in the same boat. We would’ve been one of those battleground states that they were counting votes in Harris County for three days and Donald Trump would’ve lost the election,” the Republican official said

Texas: TX-34 Mayra Flores

It looks like a lot of name-calling going on. I think the reason Flores has brought this race to a toss-up is because she is focusing on speaking to voters about what they are interested in – the everyday issues like border security and inflation, the high cost of living in Biden’s America, and the rise in crime.

Texas: TX-28 Cassy Garcia

“Texas Republican congressional candidate Cassy Garcia said Wednesday her opponent, incumbent Democrat Henry Cuellar, does not vote in support of securing the southern border, despite what he claims during media interviews.”
“…he (Cuellar) votes 95% of the time with Nancy Pelosi, whose San Francisco values do not align with those of South Texas,” she told hosts Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino.