Guest post by Joe Hoft
On Wednesday we reported that even after his Wisconsin win, Ted Cruz will not have enough delegates to win the election and will be out of the race by April 26th.
By the end April it will be clear that Ted Cruz has no chance of reaching the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination.
Actually, in only 3 weeks, on April 26th, it will be clear that Ted Cruz cannot win.
Even pro-Cruz analysts know that Cruz will be done on April 26.
Pro Cruz supporter and Conservative Review writer Robert Eno agrees with The Gateway Pundit that Ted Cruz will be knocked out of race by April 26th.
But overall he lets his bias for Cruz overtake good reason.
Eno argues that Cruz will take a third of the delegates in New York by agreeing with our conservative estimates. He argues that Cruz will do well in New York but based on yesterday’s miniscule turnout for Cruz in the Bronx and Trump’s massive turnout and poll numbers greater than 50% pro-Trump, it looks like Trump will easily win more than 60 delegates in New York.
Eno goes on to estimate Cruz wins in nearly every other state. He estimates a Cruz win in delegates in Pennsylvania where Trump is up 20+% , with Trump barely winning the rest of the primaries. By being so aggressive in his estimates he shows his bias and immaturity.
Eno doesn’t account for a significant event like the Cruz hooker scandal making the front pages or negative coverage out east, something he hasn’t faced in the rest of the country. If Cruz brings along Pastor Glenn Beck that’s another factor that will hurt his campaign.
The main reason for Trump’s eventual nomination, which Eno clearly does not consider but clearly agrees with, is that come April 26th there will no longer be enough delegates for Cruz to win outright and most Republicans will see that Cruz’s only chance to win is by stealing the election.
Republicans have had enough of sleazy politicians from either party.