On Wednesday, Fox News announced that it had canceled a scheduled GOP debate after media mogul Donald Trump and the George Soros-funded John Kasich decided they had better things to do than discuss the future of the nation.
Trump had already said he would skip the debate to give a speech at AIPAC in Washington, D.C., Twitchy noted. Kasich, apparently too scared to face off against Cruz alone, said he wouldn’t show unless Trump was there. Maybe Kasich felt he needed some cover in case Cruz began making some salient points — like pointing out the fact that Kasich can’t possibly get the delegates he needs to win and is being funded to the tune of $700,000 by Soros and his surrogates.
Kasich says he will skip Fox GOP debate if Trump doesn't show, potentially leaving Cruz alone on stage: https://t.co/mWlQFOn9cH
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) March 16, 2016
Twitchy said Cruz got a bit of advise:
Cruz should set up an event in Salt Lake City and cheerfully, graciously, loudly invite Kasich and Trump to attend and debate him.
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) March 16, 2016
Cruz should go to the Fox debate. Turn it into a Cruz town hall if Kasich and Trump won’t show up.
— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) March 16, 2016
This tweet was my personal favorite:
Cruz should reprise Eastwood and debate two empty chairs.
— Drew Cline (@DrewHampshire) March 16, 2016
You may recall that during the 2012 GOP convention, Clint Eastwood addressed an empty chair that represented Barack Obama. The move was instantly smeared as racist by the left.
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