The American People are mad! They are tired of electing officials who get infected with the politics of the swamp that is Washington, DC.

Donald Trump has tapped into that anger and has formed an alliance with the voters and there’s no stopping him.

Sure the GOP establishment has tried but they have failed. The presidential candidates decided they were going to go after Trump negatively instead of campaigning on the issues and you see where that has gotten them. Sen. Ted Cruz is now speaking about alleged mob ties and Sen. Marco Rubio is bringing up Trump’s hand size!

The citizens of Massachusetts are getting ready to shake the Northeast corridor and send a tidal wave down into America and Trump has a major play in all of it.

From the Boston Herald:

Secretary of State William Galvin said more than 16,300 Democrats have shed their party affiliation and become independent voters since Jan. 1, while nearly 3,500 more shifted to the MassGOP ahead of tomorrow’s “Super Tuesday” presidential primary.

Galvin called both “significant” changes that dwarf similar shifts ahead of other primary votes, including in 2000, when some Democrats flocked from the party in order to cast a vote for Sen. John McCain in the GOP primary.

The primary reason? Galvin said his “guess” is simple: “The Trump phenomenon,” a reference to GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, who polls show enjoying a massive lead over rivals Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and others among Massachusetts Republican voters.

“The tenor of the Republican campaign has been completely different from what we’ve seen in prior Republican presidential campaigns,” Galvin said. “You have to look no farther than the viewership for some of the televised debates.

“The New York Times referred to the campaign as crude; I suppose that’s fair,” added Galvin, a Democrat. “The fact of the matter is the tenor has been very different this time. And that has an effect. People are interested. It’s exciting.”

Galvin said the state could see as many as 700,000 voting in tomorrow’s Republican primary, a significant number given just 468,000 people are actually registered Republicans. In Massachusetts. unenrolled — otherwise known as independent — voters can cast a ballot in the primary of any party.

H/T – Boston Herald

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So, do you think any other candidate could do this? Remember, the GOP wanted to grow the party and they didn’t know how to do it. Trump is doing it and the establishment is beside themselves. What will be the outcome of this major shift? Share your comments below and blast this piece on your social media wall!

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