Live Thread: Third 2016 Republican Presidential Debate

By Hunter Wallace

It will be on CNBC tonight at 5 PM and 7 PM CST.

The topic of the debate will be the economy. I will be watching closely to see what Trump has to say about his tax plan and trade policy. It will be interesting to see if Trump goes after Ben Carson in light of his surge in state and national polls. Also, this debate is a do-or-die momemt for ¡Jeb!, so this debate could be the end of the road for him.

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  1. Haven’t been home to watch but listened for a short period when driving. Smack down questions to the candidates. Never heard a panel this vicious.

    Trump is not the focus of attention this time. He is being marginalized by the moderators.

  2. Drudge poll 9:45PM Eastern Trump about 29,000 votes Cuck Bush 150 votes. Damn Bush cannot even get his Mexican buddies to vote on Drudge, Drudge is racist.

  3. Huck mentioned megacrook Bernie Madoff. He’s bee hit with the anti-semite label recently, this won’t help. It’s so stupid because he is a huge supporter of the zionists.

    Trump and Cruz are doing well. Rubio has been hammered on his work ethic. He is a slick talker but you know, he is the pool boy.

  4. Cramer is a shmuck. When financial gurus were telling people the stock market was poised for big trouble, Cramer was giving the exact opposite advice.

  5. Huck wears a Trump tie and defends him when asked a question about morality. He raked the Clintons over the coals. Huck just might end up in the trunk of an old DeSoto in a salvage yard.

  6. Trump at least addresses the meta.

    Strangling the moderator at the end was damned funny.

    “I made CNBC lose money tonight…gaaarrrrr!”


    Make him president, he can troll the shit out of liberals, Jews, Mexicans, Fembots, journalists, SJWs.

    The closing 30 seconds was all drone until Trump started bragging about negotiating the debate down to 2 hours. Then the drone resumed.

    The President is essentially Troll In Chief these days.

  7. Imagine this guy in a position to crush Dindu, Asian and assorted diversity shines. The Right Stuff.

  8. Should trump actually win office, he’d end up plundering a lot of stuff from Mexico and other assorted hostiles.

  9. This debate was terrible. The worst yet. Thank God Trump got it down to two hours. Three hours of this – no way I could have made it.

  10. Most of the field make one hackneyed comment after another, all variations on a theme that could be phoned in.

    Gubbmint bad! Too much gubbmint! Every fucking one of them. They are all there to stick their fucking snouts in the same trough. Such hypocritical guff.

    At least Trump reduced their airtime to 2 hours and advertised the point at the end.

    See I reduced goverment!

  11. Hi! The Mods were Shutting Down the Donald – but he got ’em in the end. Yes Captain John – THAT was hilarious! “Garrrrr!! I WIN!”

    FYI – after the stupid debate – all the Jews Reporters interviewed/are interviewing him. He’s the only one that counts.

  12. Watching clips on Youtube.

    Trump put his hand on his hip when talking about permits to carry. Was he packing heat?

    Scolded the mods.

    Would have been cool to see him do a Dirty Harry and take out Kasich and the moderators.

    Handled that bankruptcy question pretty well.

    I don’t think Fiorino will get the accolades she got last time.

    Ben looks and sounds like he just awoke from a nap.

    Pool boy is a lazy ass greaser gaming the system.

    Crispy had his moments.

    Cruz scored points with his take down of the moderators.

    Surprised Jeb and Chico got into it.

  13. Perior to Rubio’s Twitter?

    Trump basically read the gun question as a threat, I think.

    “Yeah bitches I am armed.”

  14. Krispy was actually a good laugh. He was almost like Zero Fucks Given with some of his comments. He’s still auditioning for AG though.

    Let the Kreme flow Krispy, let it all out. He could do a Belushi or a Farley out there. Cut the Cake!

  15. Nice to hear some sympathy for small business owners for a change.

    Also no pandering to BLM reprobates. Unlike the Demorat debate.

    Crispy stood up fro cops and said Obama and his administration were responsible for law and order breakdown, in so many words.

  16. You gotta beat the champ to be the champ.

    Trump did well enough. I think comatose Carson loses ground.

    By the way, Carson probably took much of the support Walker had and some from the other flailing candidates who don’t want Trump to win.

    That’s why he got a surge in Iowa. Walker was leading big time in that state months ago.

  17. Krispy is like the fat side kick of the school bully. He should inhabit that persona. He will go far.

  18. I like Christie and agree that he did well. It’s just too bad he is so terrible on illegals and privacy.

    I was dismayed that Trump lied about the “Zuckerberg’s personal senator” thing. I looked it up and saw the story on that dated 18 August. The moderator obviously looked it up too but a little puppy distracted me and I missed Trump’s response to being caught.

  19. Huck and Crispy were a bit edgy doncha think?

    must be all tht coffee and ephedrine they’ve been sucking down to lose all that fat they carried around.

    They are suffering, for sure.

    When they finally drop out they will balloon up in record time.

    Jeb too.

  20. Rubio is now being thrown at Trump as Carson utterly fades into oblivion.

    The Press, gotta love em. Chuck a was of Adeldon’s cash at em and they intuit exactly what to say.

  21. Trump should double down and call Rubio Adelson’s Bitch. “That’s what I meant. Adelson’s Bitch.”

  22. Good luck on auditing the fed.

    Never gonna happen.

    Gotta give Kasich props for his strong stance against drugs.

  23. Lol.

    Why do these candidates mouth off about the Fed?

    Does the dog whistling about Jews in this way actually shift any votes at all in this context?

  24. Btw the previous Fed chairman, Ben Bernanke (take a wild guess), has called Republicans a bunch of “Know-Nothings.”

  25. Cruz did well. He’s good on a number of things, but on foreign policy he scares the hell out of me.

  26. Bernanke probably liked the Fantasy League drivel that Bush indulged in.

    He was thinking “hmmmm… That goy, he’s suitably distracted by Groids. He know’s nothing, elect him.”

  27. Cruz said the Dem debate was like the Bolsheviks against the Mensheviks.

    Excellent jab!

    Unfortunately, Americans have no clue as to what he was talking about.

  28. Ann Coulter ?@AnnCoulter 5h5 hours ago
    Is Carson a neurosurgeon or an anesthesiologist? zzzzzzz

    Ann Coulter ?@AnnCoulter 5h5 hours ago
    There’s another way to save social security: Stop giving it to foreigners.

    Ann Coulter ?@AnnCoulter 5h5 hours ago
    Video evidence of Rubio’s lie on the effect of his bill TRIPLING H1-B workers (No Americans would lose jobs!) –

  29. “Trump cucked on Mark Zuckerberg and H-1Bs.”

    Yes he did. It was alarming when he said that he agreed with Zuckerberg. To say this at a debate means he either didn’t read his own immigration policy or he simply forgot. Both are bad.

    Either way this is going to come up again and he is going to have to answer it. You are either for American workers first or you agree with Zuckerberg that we need to flood America with H1B visa’s.

  30. I’m sure I’m not the average voter, but to me picking which one of these jerks is going to replace Obama, is a lot like replacing Frank Costello with Carlo Gambino. I mean what difference does it make? And comparing Republican presidential candidates with mob bosses may not be fair; to Costello and Gambino.

  31. I’d go with Big Joey Massino over most of these creeps. Tommy Lucchese for sure.

    But I have settled on a Trump-Christie ticket, so long as the latter promises to stay away from immigration.

    It would be nice to have journalism in the US.

  32. “The loser debate was too boring to watch tonight. What did I miss?” _ HW

    that TRUMP won, hands down.
    And you better start re-adjusting your opinions of him. Because he’s gonna take Iowa.
    and then it truly WILL be a ‘White’ House, once more.

  33. Ulfric
    ‘Either way this is going to come up again and he is going to have to answer it. You are either for American workers first or you agree with Zuckerberg that we need to flood America with H1B visa’s’


    BNN: The media has been filled with stories about companies flying in low-wage H-1B workers to replace American workers in tech jobs. Adding insult to injury, these American workers have been forced to train their replacements. If you were President, would you put a stop to this practice?

    DT: Day one. This is why I got into this race. Because the everyday working person in this country is getting screwed. Lobbyists write the rules to benefit the rich and powerful. They buy off Senators like Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)79%
    to help them get rich at the expense of working Americans by using H-1B visas–so called “high tech” visas–to replace American workers in all sorts of solid middle class jobs. If I am President, I will not issue any H-1B visas to companies that replace American workers and my Department of Justice will pursue action against them.

    BNN: Hundreds of workers at Disney were forced to train their foreign replacements. But while Florida Senator Nelson rallied to their cause, Senator Rubio did not. While Nelson has called for an investigation, Rubio has not. While Nelson has called to reduce H-1Bs, Rubio has demanded more. Senator Rubio has been the top promoter in Congress for expanding the H-1B program even though millions American tech workers are out of jobs. Rubio’s new bill triples H-1Bs and has zero protections for American workers. Advocates for tech workers said Rubio’s bill would “destroy” the U.S. tech workforce. Rubio’s bill is even endorsed by the CEO of Disney. What do you think of Rubio’s bill?

    DT: It’s a disaster. It would allow any company in America to replace any worker with cheaper foreign labor. It legalizes job theft. It gives companies the legal right to pass over Americans, displace Americans, or directly replace Americans for good-paying middle class jobs. More than 80 percent of these H-1Bs are paid less than the average wage. Senator Rubio works for the lobbyists, not for Americans. That is why he is receiving more money from Silicon Valley than any other candidate in this race. He is their puppet. (snip)

    BNN: What should happen with the Florida workers who have been replaced?

    DT: I am calling TODAY on Disney to hire back every one of the workers they replaced, and I am calling on Rubio to immediately rescind his sponsorship of the I-Squared bill and apologize to every Floridian for endorsing it. I am further calling on Rubio to return the money he has received from Silicon Valley CEOs and to donate the money to a charity helping unemployed Americans whose jobs Rubio has helped to destroy.

  34. I think Trump frequently makes off the cuff statements. He’s a savvy guy; his reactions last night revealed this. He knew he was being Shut Down last night. That first question was outrageously insulting. He didn’t get ruffled; he waited for his opportunity.

    I think his remarks about allowing HB1 visa workers in revolves around his world view od drawing the Best And Brightest into America. I don’t think it was a slight to Americans.

  35. William H McCarty
    ‘Check out Kevin MacDonald on Jew hysteria over Trump at Vdare.’

    Kevin MacDonald: It seems to me that the common denominator here is nothing less than that they see Trump as undermining the elite consensus on immigration—even though his debate performance last night raised questions about how much—and, implicitly, on the moral imperative of euthanizing White America.

    Or to put it less delicately, they see Trump as potentially leading to a fascist counter-revolution that would spell the end of the project, very much promoted by the Jewish community, of creating a multi-cultural, non-White America completely cut off from its pre-1965 moorings.

    As often noted here, mainstream Jewish political attitudes and behavior in the US, from the far Left to the neoconservative right, has always been directed at lessening the demographic, political, and cultural power of White America. This is exemplified by the successful campaign to enact the 1965 immigration law and, even more significant, the continued support for high levels of immigration by the entire organized Jewish community.

    There are two main reasons for this: a concern that a homogeneous White America could ultimately rise up against Jews, as occurred in Hitler’s Germany (see here for discussion of a recent American example involving economist Bryan Caplan); and historic antipathy toward Christian Europeans, an outgroup seen exclusively in the context of the Jewish preoccupation with anti-Semitism.

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