"To Stop Clinton"

May 06 2016

Trump has won passionate supporters and vitriolic detractors for his blunt talk and hardline proposals, including his call for a ban on Muslims entering the United States, his vow to force Mexico to pay for a border wall, and his promise to renegotiate international trade deals.

Donald Trump’s opponents flooded Indiana with negative ads about him, and Hillary Clinton is already gearing up to go full-bore negative against him. But negative ads were shockingly ineffective against Trump in Indiana, and it’s possible they’ll be equally useless nationwide.

The data analysis firm Evolving Strategies tested four anti-Trump ads focusing on four themes, on a cross-section of Indiana voters. They found that one ad (accusing him of not being a real conservative) had zero effect on both men and women. The other three had a marginal effect, slightly swaying women against him, but no impact at all on the men.

Read the full story for the fascinating details. If Trump proves impervious to negative ads nationwide, it could spell Hillary’s worst nightmare: she’ll actually have to run on her record.

Click here to read more at Conservative Tribune.

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Donald Trump broke the code, owned the media, and inspired the masses. I will be all in to help him defeat Hillary Clinton and I call upon all fellow Republicans to unite in defeating Hillary and abandoning and repudiating the hapless “Never Trump” nonsense.
In case you weren’t keeping up with the outrageous behavior of anti-Trump protesters in California, here is a handy blow-by-blow recap in photos of their actions outside the state convention, complete with burning American flag. This followed the rioting outside a Trump rally in Orange County Thursday, where protesters blocked streets, smashed police cars and waved Mexican flags. Nobody is trying to deny their right to protest, but this was not “peaceful assembly,” it was violent confrontation in an attempt to suppress their opposition’s right to free speech.