ROMNEY WORDSWORTH – It’s Wednesday, May 11th, 2016, and you know what that means:  It’s Trumpday!  Let’s get started.  To recap:  Donald J. Trump is the presumptive nominee of the Republican Party to run for President of the United States, after crushing Ted Cruz in the Indiana primary and making Cruz suspend his hopeless campaign.  In response, party elders, including two ex-presidents, Bush ’41 and Bush ’43, as well as Jeb! and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and others, have decided to hold their breath, pound their fists, pick up their marbles, and go home.  Well, I hate to break it to all you #NeverTrump Bitter Clingers, but Eric Cartman from South Park beat you to the punch on being such immature, sore losers, a long time ago:

There are some eye opening internal numbers from the aftermath of Indiana.  They show that voter support between Democrat and Republican voters has essentially flipped in that state from 2012.  As reported by

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Democrat support for Hillary collapsed, dropping by half.  At the same time, twice as many Republicans came out to vote for Trump as did for Mitt Romney in 2012.

Voting is going on in Republican Primaries in West Virginia and Nebraska as this article is being written.  Trump has a vast lead in the polls in West Virginia at around 60%.  I expect Trump to win W.Va. handily and he may even win Nebraska now that Ted Cruz has stopped campaigning and John Kasich has ended his Diner & Deli Tour of America.  I predict Trump will bring his delegate vote total up to around 1100 tomorrow. 

At the same time this is going on, Ken Cuccinelli, former Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia, is circulating a letter to delegates to the GOP Convention in Cleveland, stating:  “It is still possible to advance a conservative agenda at the convention.  To do that, it is imperative that we fill the Rules and Platform Committees with strong conservative voices like yours,” Cuccinelli wrote in the letter. “That means you need to come to the national convention and support others in coming, too!”  But, Cuccinelli emphasizes in the letter:  “It’s important that this not appear as though we are pulling a stunt at this convention.”

Yes, by all means, let’s not look like we’re stealing the nomination, while we are actually stealing the nomination!   The New York Times quotes Cuccinelli as saying Cruz planned a Monday night conference call with former campaign officials to “discuss what we can do at the convention to protect against liberal changes to our platform, and how we can right the wrongs in the rules from 2012!”

Slippery Ted has declared that he is willing to revive his campaign if “there’s a path to victory.”

Trump supporters need to not take anything for granted in the 8 states who still have primary elections.  VOTE…and Make America Great Again!  If you don’t, Mexico and Nancy Pelosi are working hard to ship in hundreds of thousands of foreigners to do the voting real Americans won’t do.