Donald Trump’s victory in taking the Republican Party nomination from under the noses of the establishment has proved, above all else, that the Internet has finally broken the controlled media’s stranglehold on news and information.
Previously, a candidate like Trump would have been smeared out of the race by the controlled media, and also strangled by the campaign funding process which is under the Jewish lobby’s control.
Trump has however been able to punch through the controlled media because of his self-financed campaign, and his ability to use the Internet to speak directly to voters. The US elections of 2016 can in fact, be the first to have been fought and won on the Internet, rather than on the television.
Proof of this is the fact that the anti-Trump faction spent an astonishing $75,723,580 ($75.7 million) on attack TV advertising during the campaign so far, comprising nearly 64,000 ad spots.
That is the figure for broadcast television alone. Anti-Trump ads also ran on cable and satellite television, but the tracking data does not capture that.
A pro-Marco Rubio group spent the most against Trump. Conservative Solutions PAC spent more than one out of every four dollars against Trump—about $19.7 million. One of their spots, “Serious,” was the most-run anti-Trump ad. It ran 3,939 times.
A pro-Ted Cruz group aired the second-most run anti-Trump ad. “Day One” criticizes Trump among other candidates.
The pro-Jeb Bush super PAC Right to Rise USA spent nearly $10 million, the second-most of any group. Hillary Clinton’s campaign spent $5.2 million on ads with anti-Trump messages, the most of any presidential candidate on either side of the aisle.
Cruz’s campaign spent more than any other Republican against Trump, some $4.3 million.
All of this had no effect whatsoever, mainly because Trump supporters were drawing their information directly from the source, rather than—as was previously the case—having to rely on the controlled media’s manipulation and distortion of the “news” to form an opinion.
Trump, for example, has 7.92 million followers on Twitter, and 7.3 million followers on Facebook. There have been millions of views of his speeches in YouTube, and an unknown number of hits on his website, which has an astonishing Alexa ranking of 2,679 in the US.
All of this means an incredible reach, which has completely undone the controlled media’s usual tactics of smear or blackout.
Trump has however had one advantage: no one has ever questioned his loyalty to Israel, or his support for the Jewish lobby.
This fact has unquestionably led to him being “more” tolerated than he would otherwise have been by the media.
Of course, his ability to self-fund his campaign has also played a significant role. Anti-establishment candidates are generally not able to get out of the starting blocks without funding from the Jewish lobby.
Ted Cruz’s dropping out from the race has secured Trump the Republican Party’s nomination—now comes his most difficult task yet: winning the presidential election.