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TED CRUZ’S Father Fought with Fidel Castro not Against him !

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Did you know that TED CRUZ’S Father Fought with Fidel Castro ?

Did you also know that Cuba is a Communist Country ?

So my thoughts are,

What kind of upbringing did Rafael Edward Cruz ( TED CRUZ )  get with a man that fought to over throw his own Government of Cuba ? with Fidel Castro and Did.

I know people that lost a lifetime of work in their Business over there in Cuba.  When Castro came in and took their Business.

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From what I understand they were making a very good living,

They Owned a Coffee Company

So take a look and you decide.

Below will be a couple of Clips from the CNN Video on Youtube
with Ted Cruz stating  the above.

We will provide a link to the entire Video at the bottom of this post.

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VIDEO 2

VIDEO 3

 

And here is the Entire Video Link of Ted Cruz

FULL CNN GOP Town Hall: Ted Cruz P1,
CNN Republican Presidential Town Hall Feb. 17, 2016


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FULL CNN GOP Town Hall: Ted Cruz P2,
CNN Republican Presidential Town Hall Feb. 17, 2016

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TRUMP TAKES 7 out of 11 States – POLITICS IN 2016 Explained !

 TRUMP TAKES 7 out of 11 States

 

Election 2016 Super Tuesday
Texas Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Clinton 935,080 65.2 145
Sanders 475,561 33.2 74
Georgia Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Trump 501,707 38.8 40
Rubio 315,979 24.4 14
Cruz 305,109 23.6 18
Carson 80,503 6.2 0
Kasich 72,303 5.6 0
Georgia Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Clinton 543,008 71.3 72
Sanders 214,332 28.2 28
Tennessee Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Clinton 245,304 66.1 42
Sanders 120,333 32.4 22
Virginia Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Clinton 503,358 64.3 61
Sanders 275,507 35.2 33
Massachusetts Votes Percent Del. (99%)
Clinton 603,784 50.1 46
Sanders 586,716 48.7 45
Vermont Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Trump 19,968 32.7 6
Kasich 18,543 30.4 6
Rubio 11,778 19.3 0
Cruz 5,929 9.7 0
Carson 2,544 4.2 0
Vermont Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Sanders 115,863 86.1 16
Clinton 18,335 13.6 0
Minnesota Votes Percent Del. (95%)
Rubio 41,126 36.5 17
Cruz 32,684 29.0 13
Trump 24,018 21.3 8
Carson 8,233 7.3 0
Kasich 6,488 5.8 0
Minnesota Votes Percent Del. (89%)
Sanders 118,135 61.6 46
Clinton 73,510 38.4 29
Alabama Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Clinton 309,928 77.8 44
Sanders 76,399 19.2 9
Oklahoma Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Sanders 174,054 51.9 21
Clinton 139,338 41.5 17
Arkansas Votes Percent Del. (99%)
Clinton 144,580 66.3 22
Sanders 64,868 29.7 10
Alaska Votes Percent Del. (100%)
Cruz 7,973 36.4 12
Trump 7,346 33.5 11
Rubio 3,318 15.1 5
Carson 2,401 10.9 0
Kasich 892 4.1 0
Colorado Votes Percent Del. (98%)
Sanders 72,115 59.0 38
Clinton 49,314 40.3 28

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TRUMP TAKES NEVADA

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TRUMP 1st – Wins 
Rubio comes in 2nd
Cruz in 3rd place – A G A I N  !

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Nevada 2/22/2016
Republican Presidential Caucus

February 23 ( 30 Delegates up for grabs )

No Reliable Data !

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South Carolina 2/19/2016
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TRUMP 1st – Wins 
Rubio comes in 2nd
Cruz in 3rd place

Candidate  Delegates  States Won

Donald Trump   07 IA  /  11 NH  /  50 SC   /  14 NV     = 82
Ted Cruz               08 IA  /  03 NH  /  00 SC  /  06 NV     =  17
Marco Rubio      07 IA  /  02 NH  /  00 SC  /  07 NV     =  16
John Kasich        01 IA  /  04 NH  /  00 SC  /  01 NV     =  06
Ben Carson        03 IA  /  00 NH  /  00 SC  /  01 NV     =  04

Remaining  – 2,382
Needed to win nomination  – 1,237

Ted Cruz Took Iowa
Donald Trump Takes New Hampshire
Donald Trump Takes South Carolina
Donald Trump Takes Nevada

See details below ….

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POLITICS IN 2016

The Electoral College  consists of 538 electors.
A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President.  Your state’s entitled allotment of electors equals the number of members in its Congressional delegation: one for each member in the House of Representatives plus two for your Senators.

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We will be updating as we go along !

Candidate  Delegates  States Won

Donald Trump 17 NH  50 SC = 67
Ted Cruz 11 IA
Marco Rubio 10
John Kasich 5
Jeb Bush 4
Ben Carson 3

Remaining  – 2,382
Needed to win nomination  – 1,237


Date   State   Delegates  Type

Monday, February 1
Iowa caucus (results)52 D, 30 R Closed

Tuesday, February 9
New Hampshire (results)32 D, 23 R Mixed

Saturday, February 20
Nevada caucus (D) 43 Closed
South Carolina (R) 50 Open
Washington caucus (R)*Closed

Tuesday, February 23
Nevada caucus (R) 30 Closed

Saturday, February 27
South Carolina (D)59 Open

Tuesday, March 1   (Super Tuesday,  SEC Primary)
Alabama 60 D, 50 R Open
Alaska caucus (R)28 Closed
American Samoa caucus (D)10 Open
Arkansas 37 D, 40 R Open
Colorado caucus 79 D, 37 R Closed
Georgia 116 D, 76 R Open
Massachusetts 116 D, 42 R Mixed
Minnesota caucus 93 D, 38 R Open
North Dakota caucus (R)28 Closed
Oklahoma 42 D, 43 R Closed
Tennessee 76 D, 58 R Open
Texas 252 D, 155 R Open
Vermont 26 D, 16 R Open
Virginia 110 D, 49 R Open
Wyoming caucus (R)29 Closed

Saturday, March 5
Kansas caucus 37 D, 40 R Closed
Kentucky caucus (R)45Closed
Louisiana58 D, 47 RClosed
Maine caucus (R)23Closed
Nebraska caucus (D)30Closed

Sunday, March 6
Maine caucus (D)30Closed
Puerto Rico (R)23Open

Tuesday, March 8
Hawaii caucus (R)19Closed
Idaho (R)32Closed
Michigan148 D, 59 ROpen
Mississippi41 D, 40 ROpen
Democrats Abroad17N/A

Saturday, March 12
Guam (R convention)9Closed
Northern Marianas caucus (D)11Closed
District of Columbia caucus (R)19Closed

Tuesday, March 15
Florida 246 D, 99 R Closed
Illinois 182 D, 69 R Open
Missouri 84 D, 52 R Open
North Carolina 121 D, 72 R Mixed
Northern Mariana Islands caucus (R)9 Closed
Ohio 159 D, 66 R Mixed

Saturday, March 19
Virgin Islands caucus (R)9 Open

Tuesday, March 22
American Samoa (R convention)9 Open
Arizona 85 D, 58 R Closed
Idaho caucus (D)27 Closed
Utah 37 D, 40 R Closed

Saturday, March 26
Alaska caucus (D)20 Closed
Hawaii caucus (D)34 Closed
Washington caucus (D)118 Closed

Tuesday, April 5
Wisconsin 96 D, 42 R Open

Saturday, April 9
Wyoming caucus (D)18 Closed

Tuesday, April 19
New York 291 D, 95 R Closed

Tuesday, April 26
Connecticut 70 D, 28 R Closed
Delaware 31 D, 16 R Closed
Maryland 118 D, 38 R Closed
Pennsylvania 210 D, 71 R Closed
Rhode Island 33 D, 19 R Mixed

Tuesday, May 3
Indiana 92 D, 57 R Open

Saturday, May 7
Guam (D)12 Closed

Tuesday, May 10
Nebraska (R)36 Closed
West Virginia 34 D, 37 R Mixed

Tuesday, May 17
Kentucky (D)61 Closed
Oregon 73 D, 28 R Closed

Tuesday, May 24
Washington (R)*44 Closed

Saturday, June 4
Virgin Islands caucus (D)12 Open

Sunday, June 5
Puerto Rico caucus (D)67 Open

Tuesday, June 7
California 546 D, 172 R Mixed
Montana 27 D, 27 R Open
New Jersey 142 D, 51 R Closed
New Mexico 43 D, 24 R Closed
North Dakota caucus (D)23 Closed
South Dakota 25 D, 29 R Closed

Tuesday, June 14
District of Columbia (D)46 Closed


Ted Cruz Took Iowa
Donald Trump Takes New Hampshire
Donald Trump Takes South Carolina

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Election 2016 — Republican Delegate Count

State Date Delegates Trump Cruz Rubio Kasich Bush Carson Primary/
Caucus
Delegate
Allocation
Open/
Closed
(1,237 Needed to Win) 2,472 67 11 10 5 4 3
Iowa February 1 30 7 8 7 1 1 3 Caucus Proportional Closed
New Hampshire February 9 23 10 3 3 4 3 0 Primary Proportional* Open**
South Carolina February 20 50 50 0 0 0 0 0 Primary Winner Take All Open
Nevada February 23 30 Caucus Proportional Closed
Alabama March 1 50 Primary Proportional*#∇ Open
Alaska March 1 28 Caucus Proportional* Closed
Arkansas March 1 40 Primary Proportional*# Open
Colorado March 1 37 Caucus Unbound Closed
Georgia March 1 76 Primary Proportional*#∇ Open
Massachusetts March 1 42 Primary Proportional* Open**
Minnesota March 1 38 Caucus Proportional*#∇ Open
Oklahoma March 1 43 Primary Proportional*#∇ Closed
Tennessee March 1 58 Primary Proportional*#∇ Open
Texas March 1 155 Primary Proportional*#∇ Open
Vermont March 1 16 Primary Proportional*# Open
Virginia March 1 49 Primary Proportional Open
Wyoming March 1 29 Convention Unbound Closed
Kansas March 5 40 Caucus Proportional*∇ Closed
Kentucky March 5 45 Caucus Proportional* Closed
Louisiana March 5 47 Primary Proportional*∇ Closed
Maine March 5 23 Caucus Proportional*# Closed
Puerto Rico March 6 23 Primary Proportional*# Open
Hawaii March 8 19 Caucus Proportional*∇ Closed
Idaho March 8 32 Primary Proportional*# Closed
Michigan March 8 59 Primary Proportional*# Closed
Mississippi March 8 40 Primary Proportional*∇ Open
Guam March 12 9 Convention Unbound Closed
District of Columbia March 12 19 Convention Proportional* Closed
Florida March 15 99 Primary Winner Take All Closed
Illinois March 15 69 Primary Winner Take All Open
Missouri March 15 52 Primary Winner Take All Open
North Carolina March 15 72 Primary Proportional Open**
Northern Marianas March 15 9 Caucus Winner Take All Closed
Ohio March 15 66 Primary Winner Take All Open**
Virgin Islands March 19 9 Caucus Winner Take All Open
American Samoa March 22 9 Convention Unbound Open
Arizona March 22 58 Primary Winner Take All Open
Utah March 22 40 Caucus Proportional*# Closed
North Dakota April 1 28 Caucus Unbound Closed
Wisconsin April 5 42 Primary Winner Take All Open
New York April 19 95 Primary Proportional*#∇ Closed
Connecticut April 26 28 Primary Proportional*#∇ Closed
Delaware April 26 16 Primary Winner Take All Closed
Maryland April 26 38 Primary Winner Take All Closed
Pennsylvania April 26 71 Primary Winner Take All Closed
Rhode Island April 26 19 Primary Proportional*∇ Open**
Indiana May 3 57 Primary Winner Take All Open
Nebraska May 10 36 Primary Winner Take All Closed
West Virginia May 10 34 Primary Direct Election Open**
Oregon May 17 28 Primary Proportional Closed
Washington May 24 44 Primary Proportional*∇ Closed
California June 7 172 Primary Winner Take All Closed
Montana June 7 27 Primary Winner Take All Open
New Jersey June 7 51 Primary Winner Take All Open**
New Mexico June 7 24 Primary Proportional* Closed
South Dakota June 7 29 Primary Winner Take All Closed

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CLASH OF CULTURE ! ( Video )

Cruz: Obama’s Radical Ideology Puts Americans in Danger

CLASH OF CULTURE !

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told Sean Hannity that President Obama is endangering the lives of Americans by allowing thousands of Syrian refugees to enter the country.

“This president is so driven by radical ideology, by political correctness,” Cruz said. “The president insists we have to endanger the safety and security of our nation.”

The Republican presidential contender pointed out that Obama attacked him during recent speeches in Turkey and Manila.

“Obama, instead of defending this nation, just attacks you and me and every American who wants to keep this nation safe,” Cruz said.

He noted that Sen. Pat Leahy echoed President Obama’s attacks on the Senate floor, calling Cruz’s opposition to accepting refugees “anti-American.”

“He said, gosh, his ancestors were Irish and Italian and we didn’t block him. And I responded to Pat Leahy and I said, ‘You know what, on my mother’s side, my ancestors were Irish and Italian. The difference was, they weren’t coming here to blow up and murder civilians.'”

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PARIS BOMBING / U.S.A. NEXT (WARNING – Very Graphic)

WARNING – Very Graphic

 

PARIS BOMBING / U.S.A. NEXT

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ISIS threatens in new video: After Paris,
Washington is next (English Subtitles)

In a new video released on Monday, terror group ISIS vows to attack Washington, DC next.

The video first popped up on an ISIS website and quickly spread. It threatens all countries involved in air strikes on the group, and specifically names Washington, DC.

“We say to the states that take part in the crusader campaign that, by God, you will have a day, God willing, like France’s and by God, as we struck France in the center of its abode in Paris, then we swear that we will strike America at its center in Washington.”

The Jerusalem post adds that the group claims to be based in Iraq, but despite being released on an ISIS-controlled website, it has not been officially verified. However, it is worth noting that most of the ISIS videos to date take a few days to be “officially” verified even after they are widely accepted as authentic.

“I say to the European countries that we are coming, coming with booby traps and explosives, coming with explosive belts and (gun) silencers and you will be unable to stop us because today we are much stronger than before,” he said.

Apparently referring to international talks to end the Syrian war, another man identified in the video as Al Karrar the Iraqi tells French President Francois Hollande “we have decided to negotiate with you in the trenches and not in the hotels.”

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