Pat Caddell: If the GOP Had Super-Delegates, Jeb Bush Would Still Be Running

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Veteran political analyst Pat Caddell scoffed at the long line of fallen Republican presidential candidates and said that most of them probably still didn’t know why they lost, during an appearance on Breitbart News Daily with SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon.

“Hey, guys, don’t you get it?  Look who’s gone. Look who has lost. Jeb Bush — if the Republican Party had super-delegates, my God, he would still be in the race,  They’d be saying ‘He’s still ahead, he’s still ahead.’  All the money, all the support, all the endorsements — gone.”

“Then you go right through the rest of them,” he continued.  “Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, and now Kasich.  There never was an ‘Establishment Lane’ — or there was an Establishment Lane, but there was no road.  You get on that Establishment Lane, and you look back — you were automatically eliminated.”  

“Marco Rubio looked on paper like a great candidate, except here’s the man who said, ‘I’m going to carry water for the Washington establishment. My foreign policy policy is a three-legged stool, and one of the legs is TPP, the trade bill,’” Caddell said.

He explained the fatal flaw of these Establishment candidates was that “not one of them will admit that the people are right.”

“They just keep saying, vote for me, I have a resume. Well, they’re all wiped out,” he declared.

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