So, I received the following FoxNews.com email alert moments ago: “BREAKING NEWS: Apr 25, 2012 7:54 AM. Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich will suspend or end his campaign next Tuesday, senior Gingrich aides tell Fox News.”
Here is my question: Who will Gingrich’s delegates go to: Romney or Paul? Last night, among the states holding primaries, FOX News showed Romney taking every primary held yesterday with Santorum second. Santorum? Hmmm. I thought he was out. Technically, the votes did go to Santorum, but in reality, the majority of his delegates that result from those votes, as well as Gingrich’s delegates, will go to Ron Paul.
Please see the following, outstandingly clear, recent Washington Times report on just how the media is skewering the primary results to boost Romney ahead, when in fact, he’s neck-and-neck with Ron Paul for delegates: [ http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/reawakening-liberty/2012/apr/15/colorado-further-evidence-ron-paul-will-challenge-/?cache ].
FOX News will go all the way to hell before they’ll give the whole truth of the delegate race instead of the half-truths that they’ve been peddling. Why? Because FOX News supports Romney and wants Ron Paul to go away. Romney and FOX (Roger Ailes/Rupert Murdoch) simply want power to reside largely with the capitalist and military elite. That’s my belief. Ron Paul wants power to reside, constitutionally, with the people of our republic.
Paul wants capitalism and a strong military. He just doesn’t want them to co-opt power from the sovereign power of the people. So, FOX biases their reports in favor of Romney, while still, technically, giving facts. They just assemble the facts in a way that removes Ron Paul from their audience eye.
At the Republican Convention down the road in Tampa, it will all come down to a fight between Paul and Romney. FOX News will do everything possible to label Ron Paul as the spoiler who won’t compromise, who won’t support the party-line or who won’t just plain go away.
In the end, Paul will be heard out, even if he doesn’t get the nomination. He simply has too much support in the form of tangible delegates now that Santorum and Gingrich are out.