#ncpol: Rush busts NCGOPers for efforts to sabotage Trump at debate

We reported earlier about how all the folks who did such a bang-up job saving the necks of Dallas Woodhouse and David Lewis last weekend wereIMG_6936 rewarded by Woodhouse and Lewis with tickets to last night’s presidential debate in South Carolina.  Professor Limbaugh, of the EIB Institute, has gone one step further in exposing what was really going on there:

[…] I have an incredible story here last night — and, by the way, just to give you a little bit of inside data, if you watched the debate last night, did you hear a lot of boos for Trump? (interruption) Did you wonder about that? (interruption) Well, you knew where it was coming? (interruption) Where was it coming from? (interruption) Where do you…? (interruption) No. (interruption) No. (interruption) It might have been the Bush camp, but I’ll tell you where the boo birds were coming from.  They were coming from North Carolina. 

The North Carolina GOP bused a bunch of people down there and their express purpose was to try to show that there is no massive support for Trump.  They wanted to do some damage.  They are grudgingly accepting Ted Cruz now.  But can you go back just maybe three, four weeks? How many of you remember the Republican establishment embracing Ted Cruz, promoting Ted Cruz, thinking Ted Cruz would be the solution? I mean, it didn’t happen, did it?  But it has worked out that way. […] 

IMG_6935Yep.  The same imbeciles who were chanting “Da-vid! Da-vid! Da-vid!” last weekend were down there in South Carolina booing Donald Trump.  It’s pretty clear that all of these people are joining their fearless leader Jason “$19,000” Saine on Team Rubio. 

It’s also looking more and more clear that some variation of Trump and Cruz would make a devastatingly effective top-of-the-ticket for the GOP in 2016.

Sources tell me that Dallas The Boy Wonder is burning up the phone lines this afternoon trying to find out WHO exactly leaked to Rush.  Just like I’ve told Tim Moore, et. al:  If you don’t behave like weasels, you really don’t have to worry about leaks. 

39 comments for “#ncpol: Rush busts NCGOPers for efforts to sabotage Trump at debate

  1. Thommy Cloture
    January 15, 2016 at 5:26 pm

    Anyone still supporting the crooks at the Rino NCGOP should register with the democrat party. Dallas Woodhouse is straight out of Obama’s school of under handed politics and is an Obama supporter masquerading as a Rino. And, he should be fired for attempting to sabotage the Republican front runner. It is plain to see where Dick Burr received his training on sabotaging elections down in Mississippi. Truth be known it was all Dirty Dallas Woodhouse’$ shenanigans supporting his lousy candidates, hence Tillis and Thad Cochran. Will Hasan speak up on this one? The NCGOP is the laughing stock of the whole country.

    • Danny Stewart
      January 17, 2016 at 8:46 pm

      Not just ncgop, but gop period.

    • January 18, 2016 at 1:14 pm

      Why? If Dallas Woodhouse hate the GOP he need to move to the Democract party side! He out to destroy vour country and NC. Better get moving Woodhouse! I am not a Democract or a GOP! I vote INDEPENDENT because I want to vote for whoever going to growth this COUNTRY. Want to vote for getting back to real problem solving. Removing common core, and cutting welfare, food stamp. If people don’t want to work then they should not receive help! I have heard from middle school girl, how they planned to get pregnant to get welfare! That just wrong! But they don’t care! It working the system they were taught by their family,or someone who know how the system work! That why these thug can go cause trouble and still have a government check! But a working man can’t do that! He lose his job and everything else!

    • January 18, 2016 at 1:21 pm

      You are either a true Republican or a RINO! Either for your country or against it! Democract has sold America out since they started accused Republican of HATRED! Use black and Hispanic voter to help win the CONGRESS and President seat! It a shame they continue to vote for the party that want to keep them on the plantation. Republican party was MLK party! He wanted every man judge by CHARACTER not skin color. Woodhouse you just might as well change party. You are against the truth! That one reason why I change to independent voter! Not going to let crook or fool tell me how to vote!

    • Kate
      January 20, 2016 at 9:44 am

      Probably because his brother Brad is the Democrat mouthpiece. Runs in the family. I never “bought” that they actually disagree. When he was with Americans for Prosperity, I thought he was an embarrassment. How in the world did he end up at the top of NCGOP? Both just playing their roles.

  2. patrick
    January 15, 2016 at 5:45 pm

    If only more people would have stood up last and tried to fight these people that are a disease in the bloodstream of the ncgop

  3. j bink
    January 15, 2016 at 5:46 pm

    So those rinos took Trump’s money and had him at the NCGOP convention as a keynote speaker, which pissed off Conservatives since the man has been a big government Progressive for decades, and now they bus people down to boo him? Well done!

    The only problem the establishment will have in getting behind Cruz is they will have to hide the fact that they’ve been behind him all along. That, and the fact that his parents didn’t file the paperwork for him to become a US citizen when he was born. He was eligible to be an American but they wanted him to be Canadian. Whoops.

    Rubio is Bush III. NO THANKS.

    • Toxhandler
      January 15, 2016 at 8:10 pm

      That line of blarney concerning citizenship is increasingly passé, as Cruz rather effectively demonstrated in last night’s debate.

      • j bink
        January 16, 2016 at 3:37 pm

        >as Cruz rather effectively demonstrated in last night’s debate.

        Obama said his birth certificate was genuine enough times for people to believe him. Cruz is using the same tactic.

        The fact is Cruz was a Canadian citizen at birth and his parents did not take the steps to make him a legal American citizen. He is now an American citizen, but was not a natural born American citizen.

        I won’t vote for him because he can’t be trusted. He didn’t divulge a million dollar loan from Goldman Sachs that he used to fund his campaign, and he didn’t tell the voters of Texas that he held Canadian citizenship when he asked them to send him to the US Senate. That, and he’s surrounded himself with Bush era neoconservatives.

        • john steed
          January 16, 2016 at 6:16 pm

          Nonsense. The one with the Bush era neocon ideas and allies is Rubio. Cruz has rejected Rubio’s neocon foreign policy.

          Cruz became an American citizen at birth. He has not gotten naturalized. I can see why the conservative site RedState bans all birthers who post there. Under some birthers theories, as Cruz pointed out in the debate, Trump would not be qualified due to his mother. So it is only one set of birthers who would see Trump qualified but not Cruz. But I hope we do not get into debating birtherism on this site.

          As to trust, Cruz has been a consistent conservative. Trump just a few years ago had very different positions on what are now his key issues. Maybe, he has changed, but I have more trust in someone who has been consistent.

        • john steed
          January 16, 2016 at 6:40 pm

          Here is a good article on how the GOP establishment actually prefers Trump to Cruz, because they think they can deal with Trump:


          If you want to kick the Washington beltway surrender monkeys in the teeth, the best candidate to do so is Ted Cruz.

        • April Perry Bartlett
          January 17, 2016 at 9:16 pm

          Guess you got some seriously wrong info on Cruz because he didn’t get a loan from Goldman-Sachs, he and his wife borrowed against their own assets…like taking out a loan on your house equity. Get your facts straight before you blather stuff unless you are working for the establishment GOP that promised JEB the nomination and now can’t deliver because the PEOPLE don’t want him…

  4. January 15, 2016 at 6:28 pm

    Jr and Lewis took Shamelot on a road trip. No doubt SC Gubnor Nikki Paisley embraced their efforts.

  5. John Steward
    January 15, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    While I have listened to Rush almost daily since 1990, he really got taken for a ride with this story. There were no buses from NC, at most there were about 20 people from NC, including Chairman Harnett and Vice Chairman Nix. The 20 or so people were sitting in 3 different areas across the arena.. The 10 or so sitting near me didnt boo at any time, so that would leave about 10 sitting in a crowd of several thousand- and while we North Carolinians are none to be passionate and at times very loud, do you really think that was 10 people you heard booing? As far as it being a reward of some type for Sat’s Executive Committee, I had made arrangements with Committeeman Lewis to attend the RNC Winter meeting long before the agenda for the Exec Comm was ever published. But as the say, don’t let facts get in the way of a good story.

    • Toxhandler
      January 15, 2016 at 8:51 pm

      Here’s a good story. At the NCGOP ExComm meeting last Saturday, of all Members present, only those from the Establishment NCGOP 9th Congressional district sat AS A GROUP in specifically reserved chairs on the right side of the assembly to shout down in Alinskyite fashion, the efforts of Dan Rufty and other corruption fighters to eradicate some of the rot at the heart of the Party. Maybe those same people found their way down to the debate in South Carolina and maybe they didn’t, but they sure had an effective dress rehearsal in High Point.

      • John Steward
        January 17, 2016 at 9:54 am

        You just noticed that at almost EVERY Exec Comm meeting, the Meck part of the 9th District sit together, usually near the front on the right side, and the Union section usually sit together further back. The simple explanation, they are friends and want to sit together, most of them carpool together to the meeting.But then again, that’s not as sexy as your conspiracy theory.

      • Rudy Binder
        January 17, 2016 at 8:55 pm

        I am embarrassed of the party, my family have been Republicans since Lincoln and the behavior of party leaders is detrimental to any chance of winning the election.

  6. Ginny
    January 15, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    Dallas is busy on FB denying it. Give his track record, who believes him.

  7. Don Yelton
    January 15, 2016 at 7:33 pm

    Well I have heard that David is frantically trying to get the list of names on that petition. Did he learn that from John Boner. Is that true Dallas???

  8. Radagast
    January 15, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    “Anyone still supporting the crooks at the Rino NCGOP should register with the democrat party”
    Well, let’s see what the RINO NCGOP has produced, so far. Richard Burr, Thom Tillis, and Nee Nee Ellmers, who campaigned as conservatives, then bent over and grabbed their ankles for Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Hussein Obama.
    Establishment RINO’s are still in shock about Donald Trump. No matter what they throw at him, he continues to rise in the polls. So, they send a few idiots down to So Cal, to boo the front runner.
    I’m sick and tired of these Karl Rove Republicans (err….Democrat lites))!
    If they played Fantasy Football, they would lose their asses! SCORE:
    RINO Bob Dole: LOSS.
    RINO John McCain: LOSS.
    RINO Mitt Romney: LOSS.

  9. Ginny
    January 15, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    And Graham endorsed Jeb. hysterical.

  10. J Hogan
    January 15, 2016 at 9:45 pm

    Chairman Hasan himself denies this is true but we know he’s just trying to suck up to the RNC and protect his new establishment cronies. Thanks for giving up on us.


    Hasan Harnett, the chairman of the North Carolina GOP, said, “The claim is completely false.”

    • Carolina Failing
      January 18, 2016 at 11:07 am

      Hasan went from Tea Party to Rino Establishment faster than anyone I’ve seen in a while. He is in the same league with Renee and Thom who never were conservative. Why are conservatives giving Hasan a free pass?

      • Toxhandler
        January 18, 2016 at 6:54 pm

        Not defending Harnett, but I can’t help pointing out that Harnett never really promised to be a reformer when he ran for Chairman. He just told people “I’d love to be your Chairman, vote for me, please.” I never took him for a Tea Partier, but then again, all I cared about was that he wasn’t the Governor’s man.

  11. Carolina Failing
    January 15, 2016 at 11:11 pm

    Someone should ask Dallas about the recent collapse in the financial markets and if it pertains to that Boondoggle his pals Thom and Renee Rino passed, commonly referred to as the omnibus. Dallas and gang are pro immigration, pro Obama Care, pro exempting UNIONS from Obama Care Cadillac Tax, pro EPA over reach and have a deep hatred for conservatives. If he denies it than why does he support these 2 bit Rinos that gladly voted to fund it and think that it is a real win for America.

  12. Bonnie Dougherty
    January 16, 2016 at 9:42 am

    Subject: #ncpol: Rush busts NCGOPers for efforts to sabotage Trump at debate

    I heard Rush talk about this . It ENRAGED me again as to why our party has LOST its credibility with me and fellow Culture War Conservatives. We had this fight a few years ago with party “operatives” injecting themselves to defeat those they deemed not pure enough of their particular ‘mainstream’ dogma, BEFORE the primaries! There was SUPPOSED to be an unwritten rule, that the party “leaders” kept OUT of the endorsement business until AFTER the primaries.

    What do you think the primaries are all about? Let those who care enough to learn about the issues and VOTE determine whom they want to represent them, not the paid lobbiests whose jobs depend upon whom they get elected.

    Trump is a PEOPLE favorite because he threatens the status quo. Hurrah for him, THATS what we want!
    Bonnie Dougherty
    Southern Pines

    • john steed
      January 16, 2016 at 2:55 pm

      Trump says a lot of the right things now, but he has often taken different positions in the not too distant past, and on a few points still takes some non-conservative positions. I would take Trump over someone from the surrender caucus like Bush, Rubio, Christie, Kasich, or Fiorina. But overall, the best choice is someone who has always stood up to the beltway elite, and always been on the right side of policy, and that is Ted Cruz.

      The party does need to stay out of primaries, and that includes giving any candidate with a primary an opportunity to reach voters that is not given to all candidates in that primary. Having Burr as keynote speaker at the Hall of Fame when other announced primary candidates for US Senate were excluded was way out of line, for example. Under Dallas Woodhouse, the new de facto chairman, the party is subtly engaging in primaries and that is as bad as doing so overtly.

  13. Patrick
    January 16, 2016 at 1:24 pm

    Just think how upset Rush would have been if he would have been witness to the ncgop excom meeting a week ago

    He would have had material for his show for all of last week

  14. J.P. Jones
    January 16, 2016 at 2:38 pm

    Pop goes the weasels. Again.

  15. Browny Douglas
    January 16, 2016 at 3:43 pm

    Battle by battle those politically engaged are living the war declared at the Tampa smackdown. This year’s convention is building up to be a political blood letting.

    • Delegate Z
      January 17, 2016 at 8:58 am

      I wondered at the time, what long term damage was done at the 2012 convention. Hundreds, maybe thousands, of national delegates went home to their districts utterly disgusted with the RNC.

      • j bink
        January 17, 2016 at 9:30 am

        The disgust wasn’t just with the RNC.

        Here in NC the delegates were “whipped” by Robin Hayes to go along with the rule changes and the delegates never got to vote for the nominee — the rino leaders broke their own rules and cast ALL votes for Romney.

        • jr cooper
          January 17, 2016 at 10:24 am

          And Romney went on to carry North Carolina because the Party backed him. Going your own way is fine if you do not want to win. Party unity is a beautiful scene that no artist could draw.

          • Delegate Z
            January 17, 2016 at 10:37 am

            It costs real money to fly across the country and respresent the candidate you supported. Everyone knew Romney was had the nomination bagged, but it stripped dignity from people, to bend the rules at the convention to prevent anyone else from being nominated.

            Then the rules cramdown for future conventions really rubbed it in. People were aghast to realize that for all the talk of a bottom-up party, they were only wanted as props for the cameras.

        • john steed
          January 17, 2016 at 12:01 pm

          NC Republicans ought to also remember that there was an effort to get RNC to amend the rules to reverse this cramdown. The State GOP executive committee adopted a resolution mandating that its National Committee members vote to change the rule back to what it was before the cramdown. National Committeeman David Lewis ducked the meeting, so he did not vote at all on it. , National Committeewoman Ada Fisher went to the meeting, voted for Priebus’ position and against that mandated by the state Executive Committee. She came home and lied, saying she had followed the mandate. A video of the meeting showed she lied. Several Congressional District parties demanded an investigation, and the Central Committee set up a committee, but that was as far as it went. That committee swept it under the rug with Claude Pope’s blessing.

          The chickens need to come home to roost at the state convention for both Lewis and FIsher.

          • Delegate Z
            January 17, 2016 at 12:40 pm

            I wonder if there will be resolutions submitted at this year’s district conventions demanding her resignation? Unfortunately the NCGOP did its own rules cramdown at the Cherokee convention. You could have a majority of the districts pass such a resolution, and it the NCGOP committee does not wait it on the floor, then … well…. you won’t see it in the convention agenda! Good luck rounding up the 2/3 vote to alter the rules and debate it.

            Stuff like this is why I quit the party.

          • The Real McCoy
            January 17, 2016 at 2:23 pm

            Ada needs to go. I have heard Zan is running for it next time.

            My question is why were the Tea Cruz fans booing Trump anyway. Both are great candidates

  16. January 17, 2016 at 11:09 am

    Ron Paul folk know what a FOX debate in South Carolina looks like. When those people reported bused in astro turf leading boos on Paul they were labeled conspiracy nut jobs. Here is a flash back on these same types Rush speaks of reacting to Ron Paul suggesting we use the Golden Rule.


  17. Radagast
    January 20, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    “And Graham endorsed Jeb. hysterical”.
    And as absolutely funny as the spineless RINO idiots, Mitch McConnell, John McCain, Thom Tillis, and Richard Burr, bending over and grabbing their ankles for Obama!
    I’m not saying Donald Trump is our Messiah. But he’s become the Bll in the China Shop. And as he pollutes Icon after Establishment Icon, the Ruling Class panics, as they ACTUALLY MAY have their feet held to the fire!

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