|Donald Trump is going after Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) for handing out teddy bears and soccer balls to immigrants.|
The civil war within the Republican Party has gotten uglier. The fight between business mogul Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has pitted conservatives against one another.
The key states of Iowa and New Hampshire, Trump and Cruz are leading in the primary polls with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Ohio governor John Kasich, New Jersey's Chris Christie and Jeb Bush trailing from behind.
Many conservatives see that Trump and Cruz as the only candidate viable for them. But many establishment politicos believe that if they choose them, it could spell disaster for the party.
Cruz is gaining some endorsements. Rick "OOPS" Perry, Glenn Beck, Dana Loesh, Mark Levin, Brent Bozell, Katie Pavlich and Megyn "The Outrage Princess" Kelly had came out against Donald Trump. He's gotten strong backing from conservative agitators in the junk food media.
A couple dozen conservative agitators wrote in The National Review saying that Trump is not a conservative. Beck, Loesh, Bozell, Cal Thomas and Erick Erickson voiced concern that many agitators in the junk food media failed to vet Trump.
But could it be too late? The Trump supporters are calling them "sell-outs" and "traitors" to the cause.
The Republican National Committee chief Reince Priebus fired NR out the cannon. They were supposed to be a side sponsor to the failed NBC debate, but Priebus decided to end it for both NBC and NR. CNN will host the debate.
Trump's fiery rhetoric is destroying Cruz. Trump went after Cruz for being born in Canada and his support for immigration reform. Although Cruz is adamant against immigration reform, a couple years back he went to the border with Glenn Beck and handing out teddy bears and soccer balls.
Trump is likely going to use that to make Cruz seem like he's a hypocrite and part of the establishment.
Glenn Beck and Dana Loesh live in Dallas. They operate their television programs on TheBlaze Network. They often appear on other networks as commentators and they are the fourth and eighth most listened talk radio agitators respectfully.
Beck became one of the most high profiled endorsements for the controversial Texas senator. It was a rebuke to former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin's endorsement of Trump.