As a sign of how corrupt the political process is within political parties, the Republican Party will be forced to drop what is known as “Rule 40” if they want to stop Donald Trump from sweeping the nomination process.
Rule 40 came into play to stop the influence of Ron Paul delegates within the national convention.
The rule states that nominees must have won the majority of delegates in at least eight states to become eligible for a vote in the nomination contest.
This year, neither Ted Cruz nor Marco Rubio are likely to be able to break the eight state threshold which would make Donald Trump the automatic winner just as they’ve done with John McCain and Mitt Romney in the past.
The Establishment of the GOP won’t allow that.