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Jun 23 2016

Prominent Trump Delegate Threatens to “Whack” Delegates Who Rebel and Vote Their Consciences

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Given Trump’s mob connections and previous attempts to intimidate delegates, the word “whack” in this story takes on an ominous tone:

In the face of a movement to “Dump Trump” at the convention, a movement called #FreeTheDelegates, in order to elect a candidate who is not a narcissistic totalitarian madman who actually has a chance to defeat Hillary Clinton, Buffalo NY developer Carl Paladino is threatening to “whack,” a mafia term that means murder, any GOP delegate that goes “off the reservation.”

Carl Paladino is not just any pro-Trump delegate. Paladino was a 2010 GOP gubernatorial candidate and is also a campaign co-chairman for Trump in New York.

The thuggish Paladino told The Buffalo News that “there’s going to be a war,” if delegates vote their conscience to stop bloviating billionaire and reality TV actor, Donald Trump.

“I’d certainly whack them if they went off the reservation,” Paladino said.

The Trumpsters are getting desperate. They may be clueless in most regards, but they know the Dump Trump movement is growing fast.

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Maybe if he straightened his glasses, Paladino could see Trump for what he is.

On a tip from Torcer.



  • TED

    This IS the FIRST election I’ve seen that had a group of people (read idiot assholes) that thought THEY could BULLY you into voting for a candidate!! THEY are worse than the two black POS standing outside the polls with clubs! APPARENTLY THEY think Communism is ALREADY in force!? (Here troll, troll, troll. (troll bait! See WHO bites!!!)).

  • MicahStone

    “Given Trump’s mob connections…”
    —Just “connections” ???? Really, Dave ????

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  • Artfuldgr

    the ny real estate concrete market is dominated by the mob, as is trash, andother areas… you cant get your driveway poured without dealig with them or have your commercial trash taken without them.

    Trump swam in mob-infested waters in early years as an NYC developer
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/trump-swam-in-mob-infested-waters-in-early-years-as-an-nyc-developer/2015/10/16/3c75b918-60a3-11e5-b38e-06883aacba64_story.html

    Throughout his early career, Trump routinely gave large campaign
    contributions to politicians who held sway over his projects, and he
    worked with mob-controlled companies and unions to build them.

    so the contribugtions to the left he HAD to do because the city is run by leftist liberals as a council and you have to pay to play… otherwise, dont build in nyc

    [i live in nyc]

    same with unions and getting your concrete to show up on time and pour

    there literally was no way around it, you could not order concrete from another company as there were no other companies… the owners were murdered or their companies taken over.

    One state examination
    in the late 1980s of the New York City construction industry concluded
    that “official corruption is part of an environment in which developers
    and contractors cultivate and seek favors from public officials at all
    levels.”

    oh, the poor politiicans.. they just get bribed and bribed and what else can they do but be forced to take the money… sorry, but its the other way around. right now they are shaking down airbnb, lyft, and uber

    blazio lied bout the horses so he could get his hands on the property under the stables and make lots of money..

    As he fed the political machine, he also had to work with unions and
    companies known to be controlled by New York’s ruling mafia families,
    which had infiltrated the construction industry, according to court
    records, federal task force reports and newspaper accounts.

    there literally was no way to avoid them if your building…

    my friends owned a recording studio, the mob showed up for a cut

    another friend opened up a restaurant, they showed up for a cut, he said no, the place wa burned down.. they never found out who…

    you can read the rest, but note that they dont point out that you had to do deals with them, or else suffer from them. the real estate people do what they need to do to build… they dont go on welfare because the nyc council and mayor and police have not cleaned things up much since tammany hall.

    Tammany Hall a New York City political organization founded in 1786 and incorporated on May 12, 1789, as the Tammany Society. It was the Democratic Party political machine that played a major role in controlling New York City and New York State
    politics and helping immigrants, most notably the Irish, rise up in
    American politics from the 1790s to the 1960s. It typically controlled
    Democratic Party nominations and political patronage in Manhattan

    the mayor married a black porn star and had his honeymoon in communist cuba.

    i live in nyc and am not a democrat – do you thnk they would give me a free ticket to build withotu their bs?

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  • Wilberforce

    Must-see video from Steve Deace:

    “My latest video for Conservative Review. If Trump were purposefully trying to destroy the Republican Party, what would he be doing any differently?”

    https://www.conservativereview.com/commentary/2016/06/how-would-you-sabotage-the-gop

  • Torcer

    The Electoral College: Map No. 2
    Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

    Larry J. Sabato, Kyle Kondik and Geoffrey Skelley, Sabato’s Crystal Ball June 23rd, 2016
    Some of our readers may recall that the Crystal Ball published its first 2016 Electoral College map at the end of March. It was somewhat controversial — at least judging by many of the reactions we received. As you see below, at that time we projected Hillary Clinton at 347 electoral votes and Donald Trump at 191. While Toss-ups are perfectly reasonable at this stage of the campaign, we decided for clarity’s sake to push every close state one way or the other.
    Map 2: Updated Crystal Ball Electoral College ratings
    http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/content/images//2016_06_23_pres_600.png
    Now you see why we dropped the drum roll. The revised map is anticlimactic — though startling in another sense because it doesn’t show what so many people may have expected. We simply detect no compelling reason to change very much, thus our subtitle, “plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.”

    We are shifting one state a bit toward Trump, although Democrats retain an advantage there. Pennsylvania, potentially the most important state in 2016, moves from Likely Democratic to Leans Democratic. Trump is targeting the state, and a number of his more plausible paths to 270 include turning the Keystone State red for the first time since 1988.

    Excepting Pennsylvania, our new ratings changes favor Clinton.

    Currently, we show every Obama 2012 state at least leaning to Clinton, along with North Carolina, the one state won by Mitt Romney where we currently see a Democratic edge. Obama carried North Carolina in 2008 along with Indiana, a traditionally conservative state that has long been the most Republican state in the Midwest. If Clinton’s national lead does grow further, it’s far from impossible that she might be able to carry Indiana, as well as Missouri, which Obama did not carry in either of his elections. But as of now, we think that is unlikely, and Trump remains the favorite in both.

    Two Republican-leaning states where Democratic chances might be better are Arizona and Georgia. Both states typically vote several points more Republican than the nation, but they are both becoming more diverse: Arizona has a growing Hispanic population that will in all likelihood be quite hostile to Trump, an anti-immigration hardliner, while Georgia has a significant and deeply Democratic bloc of African-American voters as well as a growing, educated, white-collar professional class that might be turned off by Trump. While Trump is still a favorite in both places, we see Clinton having the potential to grab one or both if she ends up winning a big national victory, so we’re moving Arizona and Georgia from Likely Republican to Leans Republican.
    http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/the-electoral-college-map-no-2/

  • Troll Magnet

  • Torcer

    Yes, they were able to do that to a certain extent during the primary season when it was just the party faithful paying attention.

    But that kind of tactic will back fire big time come the general election.

    Trump supporters will not only NEED people to vote for him, but also need legions of volunteers to make phone calls, knock on doors and emplace yard signs, etc.

    Do the Trump supporters really think people can be intimidated in to doing all of those tasks day after day?

  • Torcer

    Republicans: Save your party, don’t give to Trump
    “There’s an old adage about a vat of wine standing next to a vat of sewage. Add a cup of wine to the sewage, and it is still sewage. But add a cup of sewage to the wine, and it is no longer wine but sewage. Is this what Donald Trump has done to our politics?”

    — Martha Bayles, in the
    Claremont Review of Books

    “Every republic,” writes Charles Kesler, professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, “eventually faces what might be called the Weimar problem.” It arrives when a nation’s civic culture has become so debased that the nation no longer has “the virtues necessary to sustain republican government.” Do not dwell on what came after the Weimar Republic. But do consider the sufficiency of virtue that the Constitution’s framers presupposed.

    In Trump, Republicans have someone whose reputation is continental only in being broadly known. He illustrates Daniel Boorstin’s definition of a celebrity as someone well-known for his well-knownness. It will be wonderful if Trump tries to translate notoriety into fulfillment of his vow — as carefully considered as anything else about his candidacy — to carry New York and California. He should be taunted into putting his meager campaign funds where his ample mouth is. Every dime or day he squanders on those states will contribute to a redemptive outcome, a defeat so humiliating — so continental — that even Republicans will be edified by it.

    Trump’s campaign has less cash ($1.3 million) than some congressional candidates have, so Republican donors have never been more important than they are at this moment. They can save their party by not aiding its nominee.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/republicans-save-your-party-dont-give-to-trump/2016/06/22/f56a8cda-37eb-11e6-a254-2b336e293a3c_story.html

  • the voters voted

    trump has won trying to steal election from voters you should get whacked.

  • wTallaksen

    Really? Fascist A-holes of a feather do flock together!

  • Eddie_Valiant

    Reading Gawker today, one of their writers thinks Trump might quit before the convention to save face:
    http://gawker.com/how-is-donald-trump-going-to-quit-1782312998

  • Torcer

    Republicans: Save your party, don’t give to Trump http://wapo.st/28OlCgb?

    Republicans: Save your party, don’t give to Trump
    “There’s an old adage about a vat of wine standing next to a vat of sewage. Add a cup of wine to the sewage, and it is still sewage. But add a cup of sewage to the wine, and it is no longer wine but sewage. Is this what Donald Trump has done to our politics?”

    — Martha Bayles, in the
    Claremont Review of Books

    “Every republic,” writes Charles Kesler, professor of government at Claremont McKenna College, “eventually faces what might be called the Weimar problem.” It arrives when a nation’s civic culture has become so debased that the nation no longer has “the virtues necessary to sustain republican government.” Do not dwell on what came after the Weimar Republic. But do consider the sufficiency of virtue that the Constitution’s framers presupposed.

    In Trump, Republicans have someone whose reputation is continental only in being broadly known. He illustrates Daniel Boorstin’s definition of a celebrity as someone well-known for his well-knownness. It will be wonderful if Trump tries to translate notoriety into fulfillment of his vow — as carefully considered as anything else about his candidacy — to carry New York and California. He should be taunted into putting his meager campaign funds where his ample mouth is. Every dime or day he squanders on those states will contribute to a redemptive outcome, a defeat so humiliating — so continental — that even Republicans will be edified by it.

    Trump’s campaign has less cash ($1.3 million) than some congressional candidates have, so Republican donors have never been more important than they are at this moment. They can save their party by not aiding its nominee.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/republicans-save-your-party-dont-give-to-trump/2016/06/22/f56a8cda-37eb-11e6-a254-2b336e293a3c_story.html

  • Torcer

    Others have speculated that this is either a PR stunt WAY out of control or a plan to get Comrade Clinton to win.

    Either way with the trends the way they are shaping up will possibly see Donald drop out – hopefully before the convention.

  • Tom

    More anti-Trump propaganda from torcer…
    Notice how professional his post looks, with a lot of html tags for different font sizes, bold print, and italics. I sure don’t do that in my posts and neither does the vast majority of “regular joe” posters here on moonbattery. Seems very labor-intensive and time-consuming for someone who’s not getting anything out of his labors except satisfaction.
    Did You Know?…
    torcer works damn hard at his anti-Trump fervor, posting 40,000 comments on disqus in LESS THAN 10 MONTHS.
    He is also apparently quite active on twitter, with over 60,000 tweets, the vast majority of the ones from the past few months being virulently Anti-Trump…not posting in favor of anyone (except Cruz)…just variations on “TRUMP’S A LIAR! TRUMP’S A FRAUD!! TRUMP CANNOT WIN!!” at a 131-msgs-a-day, 50+-tweets-per-day 7 days a week, 300+-days-straight pace.
    Now, I don’t know about you, but that sounds like someone who is getting paid in some manner for his full-time Anti-Trump efforts and not just a concerned citizen, like me, or the other posters here on moonbattery

    Who signs your paycheck, torcer?

  • Grumpy Cat

  • Grumpy Cat

    …..

  • Occam’s Stubble

    I have been assured by many a Trumpkin that for every conservative who sits out, Trump will bring in four PWTs.

  • John Thompson

    what a bunch of loons on this site. moonbattery is a correct term for you people.

  • 762×51

    So then there must be a http://www.assholes.com website where you normally hang out.

  • 762×51

    Of course you don’t give a fuck, you are a fascist, that is tRump’s appeal to you. As I have already observed, you Trumpanzees have been on MB for months with your “vote tRump, or else”, bullshit. I have made it clear that I choose “or else”

    I still can’t find a single one of you pussies to face me and enforce your threats. So, go fuck yourself.

  • 762×51

    Unlike you, fuck stain, Torcer has posted on MB for years, long before tRump was a Republican. You, on the other hand, were entirely unheard from until you fell in love with your cult leader. Torcer clearly knows how to use a computer better than you, but he is also potty trained and you are still working on that.

    Now, come raging back at me like the impotent little prick your are, Brony Boy.

    Still waiting to here which dates in August, you will be meeting me to fulfill your acceptance of my challenge to single combat. Remember, you promised to “mop the floor with me” LOL. You couldn’t mop up spilled piss, jagoff.

  • 762×51

    I don’t know about it being the first. The Progressives in the Dem party have done it for decades. This is the first time Progressives in the Rep. Party are doing it to be sure. In the end, fascists are fascists, Nazi’s, Hajji’s, Progressives, they all die the same. It’s almost time to play.

  • TED

    Yah, I should have said Rep. party but I’m just not sure I can really call them Rep.. But then the Rep. party has DEGRADED to who knows what! THEY certainly ARE NOT our party any more!

  • TED

    I know THEY are responsible for running me FAR away from Trump!!

  • TED

    That’s OK, I DO STILL want our side to win EVEN if he’s a pretend conservative. THIS DAY AND AGE it’s just about the best we can hope for anymore. Straying away from the party is useless.

  • TED

    Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  • Pennywadams3
  • Tom

    Can you read, Pecker Checker? Go to torcers disqus profile…see where it says “joined Aug.25, 2015”
    Do you see that? Can you do math? Kind of hard for him to be on MB “for years” when it’s only been 10 months since he joined disqus, wouldn’t you say?
    …….(waits for the dullard to get his calculator)……
    See that? Aug of last year to today is less than one year…
    So your “he’s been posting here for years” is a lie, but then, that’s what we’ve come to expect from you Trump-haters…

  • Occam’s Stubble

    Agreed. Reagan and W were the only times I ever voted for the Republican. All others were votes against the Democrat. This year will be no different.

  • Torcer

    Yes, This is part of the reason for the Dump Trump movement – people repulsed by the juvenile rhetoric of Donald and his supporters.

  • TED

    MAN, it would be nice to have SOMEONE to vote for!!!

  • TED

    Oh well, this year will probably be the LAST time we will come close to a REAL election, IF we have one this time. With the choices it’s not really.

  • Torcer

    x10000!
    I have no idea what I may do in November – I will vote down ballot but whether or not I can do that for Trump IF he’s on the ticket is another story.

    I would prefer the top of the ticket be someone else and to those who contend that the party may lose because of this I have 2 salient points:

    1. Most if not all indications are that with Trump we will lose anyway.

    2. At least with a decent standard bearer at the top of the ticket we may be able to avoid a down ballot apocalypse and lose the White house AND the Congress.

  • TED

    I really doubt Trump will win and there’s NO WAY Clinton will ever see prison, if Trump would happen to win (ROTFLMAO!) he would just turn into to a MALE Hillary anyway. Are choices are ZIP. I WON’T vote for Trump – I WILL vote for the Republican is all I can say…

  • Torcer

    Knowing how the national socialist left operates, and how they LOVE to release damaging or controversial information on Friday afternoons – especially just before a holiday..

    ..I’m wagering that that we somehow ‘exonerate’ Comrade Clinton next Friday, July 1, 2016..

    That would seem to be the best timing for such an announcement.

  • 762×51

    Since you are a new boy, you wouldn’t know Torcer. I have had discussions with him for a long time.

    Proving that you know nothing about computers except how to watch gay porn really wasn’t necessary, we all know it anyway. But, since you teed it up so nicely, I’ll take a swing. See dumbass, that date is the date HE JOINED Disqus, not the date he started posting to MB. Disqus is a comment hosting site used by hundreds of thousands of websites, not just MB. Therefore, your statement that “he’s been posting here for years” is a lie, IS A LIE. But that’s what we have come to expect from Trumpanzee Progressive fucktards. Alinsky tactics like misrepresenting some obscure item, then screaming “Lie, Liar” just like your cult leader. It is what passes for substance in your shallow, meaningless, reality TV world.

    For those us who think for ourselves, it is a clear demonstration that tRump and his army of winged Trumpanzees are no different that Hillary and her henchmen. Deception is all either of you have, and the threat of force.

    Speaking of force, I’m still waiting to hear when you plan to make good on your promise to “mop the floor” with me. I can hardly type the words through my laughter. All I can picture is you as a janitor, LOLOLOLOLOL.

    Connecticunt,

  • Tom

    So has MB ever used a different commenting system? Not that I know of, and not reflected in the archives.
    So how could he comment here unless he was on disqus?
    The answer is, he couldn’t…
    Now, I’m not going to waste any more time responding to your drivel, so goodnight now.

  • Tom

    Yeah, I’ve been a janitor in my life…I’ve been a ditch-digger, a deckhand, a commercial fisherman, a sailor, a shrimper, and a fry cook…I’ve been a roofer, a laborer, a TV antenna-installer…

    I’ve had a lot of jobs in my younger years…what’s your real-life experience consist of? Sorry, “Wal-Mart Pecker-Checker” doesn’t count.
    Ever hitch-hiked anywhere, or were you too scared to / your mommy wouldn’t allow it? Ever lived in a foreign country? Ever been to Mexico? Ever traveled across America? Ever been in jail? Ever been hundreds of miles out to sea in a wooden boat, hauling in fish to earn a living?
    No? You’ve led a cloistered existence, and your real-life experiences are almost nil?
    I guessed that…
    Go away now, AVE…let us know when you finally get laid.*
    *without having to pay for it

  • TED

    AaaaaaaaaaaaMEN!

  • 762×51

    I KNEW it! Professional Brony janitor, yep, suits you. What an unremarkable resume you have there. No wonder you live your life vicariously in movies to the point where they have blended with reality until you cannot tell them apart.

    I’ve done many of those things, boats I’ve used are either very small river crossing type boats called the F470 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft, you know it as a “Zodiac”, a generic Hollywood term for a rubber boat used by military forces or very large helicopter carrier ships used to position us offshore for air assault against inland targets.

    My real life experience consists mainly of engaging the enemies of the United States in close combat or preparing to engage those enemies in said close combat. Very cloistering, indeed. Usually that is done in a foreign country, now the enemy has come here thanks to turd eating assholes like you, so I won’t have to travel this time.

    I’m never going away Brony Boy, I will hound you to the gates of hell, drop kick your sniveling fascist ass through the portal and slam the gate closed on you. That is, unless you can silence me on the battlefield.

    So, any good movies coming out you can pretend you live in?

  • 762×51

    LOLOLOLOL, Another EPIC FAIL! hahahaha

    I comment on MB EVERY DAY and I’m not a member of Disqus, dumbass!!

  • Tom

    All that and you’ve never been laid?

  • 762×51

    LOL, of course not, that’s why you have to tie a board across your ass before mounting your wife, so you don’t fall in after the stretching I gave her.

    She loved being satisfied finally. Explains why those kids you are paying to raise don’t actually look like you.

    Now go watch your Brony movie, peewee

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