There was no real winner last night for the Republican party, or America come November if something terrible & frightening happens if a certain billionaire is elected, but there is no sense of winning for the United States Senator of Texas Ted Cruz who has officially dropped out of the elections.
After his lost in Indiana’s primary, Cruz announced—before giving an accidental elbow jab/poke to the face of his wife Heidi Cruz—that he is no longer seeking to become our 45th President of the United States of America.
Despite his efforts to remain in the race from partnering up with Ohio Governor John Kasich in a “Never Trump” movement & choosing former- CEO of Hewlett-Packard Carly Fiorina as his vice presidential nominee, Cruz could not topple Donald Trump who is now all but certain to obtain the Republican nomination to run against either Democratic nominee hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders & Senator Hillary Clinton.
While Trump has been continual forecast as being the victor for the nomination, last night’s victory and ousting of Cruz comes as quite the surprise since Indiana was supposed to be a “more favorable terrain” for Cruz. Cruz was predicted to do well in Indiana primarily because the state is known for being known a conservative, evangelical state.
“We left it all on field in Indiana. We gave it everything we got, but the voters chose another path,” said Cruz, before a crowd of his supporters in Indiana.
With Cruz dropping out of the race, there’s no real threat that Trump will encounter obtaining the nomination. Even Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus has declared Trump the “presumptive GOP nominee.”
So come November 2016, we could be making history if we make one of the biggest mistakes when it comes to electing our next President.