Ohio Governor John Kasich, who lost to President Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primaries, said that he did not want to say it, but he did tell the American people that he could never support Trump. Why? The current allegations swirling around Trump are reason enough not to support him, in Kasich’s mind.
Sounds eerily like a panicked liberal media narrative, scrambling to highlight Republicans who would possibly rock the boat of Donald Trump’s agenda once he is sworn in as President of the United States. Did the liberal media do the same with Obama? Nope. Who did they list? John McCain Rand Paul Lindsey Graham Marco Rubio […]
Major liberal media news outlets such as ABC News and CBS News carried the story, where the Cleveland police officers union called for a ban on ‘open carry,’ where licensed gun owners can carry their firearms in public. But, the only mention of the constitutional right to bear arms is mentioned when Governor John Kasich […]
Who knows if he’ll stick to that, but he did say that he wanted a political veteran to be his running mate.
This week Brian and I discuss Donald Trump’s primary victory in Indiana, the end of Ted Cruz’s campaign, Can the GOP unify behind Trump, the Obama economy, Hillary Clinton’s apology to coal miners and ESPN’s editing out of Curt Schilling’s bloody sock performance and his firing from the network after he defended the NC bathroom […]
Donald Trump will be the last man standing among GOP candidates and will face Hillary Clinton, the presumed Democratic Party nominee, in November. John Kasich finished fourth among candidates in the delegate count and was behind Marco Rubio, who had withdrawn from the race months ago. Photo by Gage Skidmore
Ted Cruz, his primary rival, officially dropped out of the race last night and left Donald Trump as the last man standing in the GOP race. Yes, John Kasich is still in the race, but he has less delegates than Marco Rubio at this point (and Marco Rubio dropped out several months ago).
This week we discuss Donald Trump’s victories in the Northeast primaries, Ted Cruz’ path to the nomination, actor Tim Robbins charging voter fraud in Democratic primaries, former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell’s corruption conviction appeal to the Supreme Court and Tom Brady’s suspension.
Ted Cruz agreed to cede Oregon to Kasich, but Kasich is polling at 17%, far behind Trump at 43% and Cruz at 26%. That’s a big hill to climb for Kasich.
The Wall Street Journal called it an “insurmountable lead” for Trump and his bid to become the GOP nominee, but many in the media forget that the narrative changes from primary result to primary result. As the old adage goes, it’s not over until the fat lady sings.
5/18/2017 - Kasich: Regarding Trump and Recent Allegations, I Told You So
1/3/2017 - Sowing Discord: CBS News Highlights Republicans ‘who could cause trouble’ for Trump
7/18/2016 - Cleveland Police Call for Ban on Open Carry, Governor Kasich Reminds Them of the Constitution
5/6/2016 - Trump says 40% Change His VP is a Former Rival
5/5/2016 - The Bias Buzz Podcast- Donald Trump Now the Presumptive GOP Nominee, Hillary Clinton vs. Coal Miners, the Obama Economy and Curt Schilling.
5/4/2016 - Following Cruz’s Lead, Kasich to Drop Out of GOP Race
5/4/2016 - Donald Trump Sweeps Indiana, Almost Assured the GOP Nomination
4/29/2016 - The Bias Buzz Podcast- Trump Inches Closer to Nomination, Actor Cries Voter Fraud in Dem Primaries, Target Boycott Petition Reaches 900,000
4/29/2016 - Oregon Poll: Kasich in Distant 3rd
4/27/2016 - Trump Wins Big in ‘Acela Primary’ States Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania & Delaware
4/27/2016 - Kasich Back-Stabbing Cruz? Kasich said He Won’t Tell People Not to Vote For Him
4/26/2016 - Maryland’s Primary Matters? GOP Candidates Continue Fight for Delegates
4/25/2016 - Cruz, Kasich Join Forces to Beat Trump
4/21/2016 - The Bias Buzz- NY Primary Results, Trump’s Chances of Winning GOP Nomination, Hillary’s Wall Street Speech Transcripts and More [Video]
4/20/2016 - CNN Interviews Central Park-goers, Few Recognized John Kasich
4/16/2016 - Kasich Blasted for Comments on Sexual Assault
4/15/2016 - Fox News Touts Trump Lead in Poll
4/14/2016 - Poll: Trump Leads Cruz, Kasich in Maryland
4/6/2016 - Ted Cruz Crushes Donald Trump in Wisconsin
4/4/2016 - Pro-Cruz PAC Critical of John Kasich’s Ties to Obama
3/26/2016 - Kasich Advisor Blames Cruz for “Disingenuous” Anti-Trump Efforts
3/24/2016 - Kasich: I Won’t Be Anybody’s Vice President
3/20/2016 - Cruz: Kasich is “1 for 27” in the GOP Primaries
3/17/2016 - GOP Debate Canceled After Trump, Kasich Pull Out
3/17/2016 - GOP Debate in Utah Cancelled after Trump Says He Won’t Show Up
3/16/2016 - GOP Delegate Count: Trump in the Lead, Cruz in 2nd and Kasich in Distant 3rd
3/16/2016 - Ted Cruz: America has a Clear Choice Going Forward (after Rubio Drops Out)
3/16/2016 - Marco Rubio Suspends 2016 Campaign with a Memorable Speech
3/15/2016 - Bias Buzz Podcast! Super Tuesday Post-Mortem and March Madness
3/15/2016 - Trump Enters Tuesday Primaries with Sights on Ohio, Florida
3/9/2016 - Trump Wins Hawaii, Mississippi & Michigan; Cruz Takes Idaho
3/7/2016 - Arnold Schwarzenegger Endorses Kasich via Snapchat
3/4/2016 - Rubio, Cruz Take On Trump in Last Night’s GOP Debate
3/4/2016 - How to Stop Trump with Delegates
2/29/2016 - Delegate Count Pre-Super Tuesday: Trump in the Lead
2/22/2016 - Kasich Reallocates Planned Parenthood Funding
2/10/2016 - New Hampshire Primary: Trump, Kasich & Cruz were Top 3
11/11/2015 - No “Crap Sandwich” This Time—RNC Chairman Praises Fox Business Debate
9/17/2015 - #GOPDebate Recap: Top Quotes from Candidates
8/20/2015 - Kasich, Jeb Bush Distance Selves from Common Core
8/7/2015 - John Kasich Cited Reagan in Expanding Medicaid
7/21/2015 - 16 Official GOP Candidates as Ohio Governor John Kasich joins the field
5/3/2015 - Wannabe GOP Candidate John Kasich’s Common Core Lie
4/24/2015 - The GOP Should Punish John Kasich for Expanding ObamaCare in Ohio
4/20/2015 - Who?! Ohio Governor Kasich says He’s Looking at GOP 2016 Bid
1/31/2015 - Ohio’s ObamaCare Expansion has cost $2 Billion