WATCH: CNN EXPLAINS HOW DONORS COULD ‘BUY’ DELEGATES AT A CONTESTED CONVENTION
YOU SHOULD REALIZE THAT A VOTE FOR TED CRUZ OR JOHN KASICH IS A VOTE FOR A CONTESTED CONVENTION AND A VOTE FOR THE CORRUPT ELITE GOP ESTABLISHMENT TO CHOOSE WHOMEVER THEY LIKE!
Published on Apr 12, 2016
CNN explains in the video below how donors can ‘buy’ delegates at a contested convention. Of course, if a delegate can be ‘bought’ at all, then they are probably of very low character and principle. But there will be thousands of delegates there and we’d be naive to think this kind of horse trading weren’t happening
ABC News did their own writeup on this same topic, pointing out that even the campaigns themselves can pay for delegate expenses:
ABC NEWS – With a contested convention looking more likely, we asked top legal experts whether Republican candidates can give gifts or horse-trade with the delegates who may ultimately pick the nominee at this summer’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Candidates can pay a delegate’s convention expenses
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