Let’s take a break from the Trump vs. Rubio vs. Cruz debates to mock the biggest loser of this election cycle. That infamy belongs to none other than Jeb Bush aka The Dauphin. Although personally a decent man, the uncrowned prince expects the GOP nomination to be handed to him. This has caused a rejection on the part of Republican voters who didn’t want the Dauphin to run.
In desperation mode, Jeb is paying people to fills eats at his rally. In an embarrassing moment, some of those stand up demanded their pay. The Dauphin was not too pleased.
A little flier showed up early Monday morning on social media.
A handful of Twitter users supporting various Republican presidential candidates tweeted a photo of slip of paper with a headline reading “$$$ Earn fast cash today! $$$” and an offer for $25 an hour to attend Jeb Bush’s final campaign event at the Embassy Suites in downtown Des Moines.
The implication: Bush was so desperate he was paying for faux supporters seven hours before the caucuses.
The notion that some kind of gamesmanship was afoot gained legitimacy at the event itself, when moments after Bush began speaking two young men stood up and very conspicuously demanded to be paid for their “seat filling.”
“We’ve been here for over two hours and we haven’t gotten paid for our time,” one man said, unleashing a torrent of boos and jeers from the audience.
“That is such — get out of here, man,” Bush shot back.
Staffers from his campaign approached the men and escorted them out, and Bush continued his speech. As he opened the floor for questions, though, he made sure the plants had all been removed.
If this is not bad enough, the Dauphin has spent 5,000 per vote.
In very early national polling in the Republican nomination race, Jeb Bush was the clear front-runner. But he never led in Iowa, where first Mike Huckabee, then Scott Walker, and then Donald Trump — interrupted briefly by Ben Carson and more effectively by Ted Cruz — held the lead. As recently as April, though, Bush was in a close second, trailing Walker by about three points.
Walker’s gone, and Bush ended up in sixth place Monday night, pulling in less than 3 percent of the vote. Between April and the caucus, Bush’s campaign spent $27.4 million dollars (according to FEC reports) and dropped 11 points in the polls. Not all of that spending was in Iowa, but Bush refused to give up on the state — and it cost him.
The Dauphin who called illegal immigration an act of love, then has the aducaity to run an ad attacking Rubio on Immigration.
Jeb Bush has turned into a sad and pathetic figure. This is not the end of the Bush dynasty, waiting in the wings is the Duc D’Orleans George P. Bush!
This song is perfect for the Dauphin’s campaign.
Jeb Bush is a loser!