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  • #GrabGate Debunked - Michelle Fields Cries Wolf! New Video Reveals All! No Assault! UPDATE: Sunday Night, Michelle Fields, Ben Shapiro Resign From Breitbart

    UPDATE:  FRAUD: Michelle Fields’s Honduran Born Mama Is Pro-Amnesty, Anti-Trump Activist #GrabGate

    Michelle Fields’s mother, Xiomara, is a Honduran-born activist who opposed Donald Trump long before her daughter’s alleged incident.

    The elder Fields runs a nonprofit for illegal immigrants in Los Angeles that receives a substantial portion of its funding from the U.S. and California tax payers.

    A 2014 posting on a forum for the Honduran consulate in Los Angeles accuses Fields’s mother of cheating illegal immigrants.





    New video shows Trump aid Corey Lewandowski brushing past Brietbart reporter Michelle Fields! This occurred at Tuesday night's Florida Rally.

    The new angle on the video reveals that Lewandowski only brushes past Fields. Michelle Fields' facial expression doesn't reveal any surprise, or reaction to any inappropriate behavior or contact. She never stumbles, there is a split second of hesitation as he goes by her, she does not look down at her arm, and then she continues on, as though nothing had happened. There is no jerk, and no indication of imbalance.

    This new video shows only normal movement of a group as they pass Michelle Fields.

    There are many news groups, commentators and bloggers who will have some serious retractions to publish.

    UPDATE:

    Michelle Fields, Ben Shapiro Resign From Breitbart.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/rosiegray/michelle-fields-ben-shapiro-resign-from-breitbart#.lweRO11E1P
    nally
  • Trump poised to step on the GOP accelerator

    Things sure look good for Donald Trump.

    The Republican presidential race expanded across the country Sunday, and polls show the real estate mogul ahead in eight of the dozen states voting in the next nine days.

    Trump has now won primaries in two very different states, center-right New Hampshire and evangelical-dominated South Carolina. And the Republican Party system of choosing a presidential nominee favors candidates who continue to win early primaries and caucuses.

    “He seems to have about a third of the Republican electorate under his spell, and it’s a durable, non-ideological coalition,” said Kyle Kondik, managing editor at Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball Sunday.

    The biggest hope for stopping Trump is for a single strong challenger to emerge, and so far that hasn’t happened.

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., finished second Saturday in South Carolina, but he was 10 percentage points behind Trump and barely edged Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, even though Rubio barnstormed the state
    crazycool12

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