The Rick Perry Comeback Continues: A Shocking Update to the Chart Mitt Romney (& Abortion-Lovers) Doesn't Want You to See
The pundits have declared that there was no clear winner Super Tuesday, except for President Obama.
This so-called "analysis" ignores the reality that yesterday's vote demonstrates: The Rick Perry Comeback continues to soar.
We showed you the amazing chart indicating Perry's dramatic momentum after the Michigan and Arizona primaries, and Super Tuesday did nothing but reinforce the argument.
The "lamestream media" are in the back pockets of Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, President Obama, abortionists, sharia-law lovers, condom users and America-haters, so you won't hear about this anywhere else.
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But as our updated chart shows, the cold, hard facts can lead to only one conclusion: Rick Perry's fight for the White House is on a rocket ride of momentum.
We can't seem to get exact results from Super Tuesday online -- in an attempt to disguise the truth, Perry's vote total is shamelessly either omitted or lumped under "other" -- but NBC reporter Carrie Dunn, the only brave voice in the vast MSM wasteland, tweeted this:
That's good enough for us!
Behold the Perry Boom:
Perry has almost reached the halcyon days of Florida, where -- despite a sinister campaign by the MSM to emphasize that he had "suspended" his campaign (as if!), Perry racked up more than 6,700 votes.
Rick Perry: The work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives and the dream shall never die.
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