What do you have to say about that?
On Wednesday during a CNBC interview, a senior member of the Republican National Committee’s Rules Committee said that the party will decide who the GOP nominee will be, not the voters.
And they are afraid they will lose those positions if Trump gets the nomination. That in itself is a good reason to vote for Trump. These party politickers are the ultimate insiders: a shadow government that decides what the issues will be, who will run, and in many cases who will be elected. After the election, the elected person had better do as he’s told by the party or they’ll find someone else next time.
“The media has created the perception that the voters will decide the nomination,” Curly Haugland said in an interview with CNBC. “That’s the conflict here.”
“The political parties choose their nominees, not the general public, contrary to popular belief,” he added.
Haugland was then asked what the point of holding primaries is if the party can disregard the will of the voters.
“That’s a very good question,” he responded.
Haugland, one of the party’s few unbound delegates that can decide who they want to vote for, argued that the party can block Trump even if he wins 1,237 delegates through the primaries.
“The primary votes are not considered [at the convention], it’s the delegates’ votes,” he said.
Check out this entire video and listen to how Haugland speaks about the process:
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