BREAKING: Indiana Governor Just Endorsed a GOP Candidate, and the Winner is…

BREAKING: Indiana Governor Just Endorsed a GOP Candidate, and the Winner is…

Ted Cruz!

No, wait. Donald Trump!

Hold on. Ted Cruz! But also Donald Trump!

Okay, hopefully, you are as confused as everyone else is at this point. The one thing we are certain of following the very strange statements of Indiana Governor Mike Pence is that no one likes John Kasich.

You see, what he said was he will be voting for Ted Cruz, but he appreciates what Donald Trump has done and can do for the American people, but he doesn’t want to endorse anyone, but he will endorse Donald Trump if he wins the convention.

Haha. Yep. There is no easy way to explain this other than an Establishment Republican trying to gain favor with the frontrunner while not pissing off his bosses. Too funny.

Here is what he spent most of his time rambling about:

I particularly want to commend Donald Trump who I think has given voice to the frustration of millions of working Americans with the lack of progress in Washington, D.C. And I’m also particularly grateful that Donald Trump has taken a strong stand for Hoosier jobs. When we saw the Carrier company announce that it’s leaving Indiana not for another state but for Mexico. I’m grateful. I’m grateful for his voice in the national debate.

Of course to clarify that he would not vote for Trump to Reince Priebus, Governor Pence followed it up with:

“I’m not against anybody but I will be voting for Ted Cruz in the upcoming Republican primary,” Pence said, “Let me be very, very clear on this, Greg. Whoever wins the Republican nomination for president of the United States I’m going to work my heart out to get elected this fall.”

Classic. Oh well, this is exactly why we need Donald Trump. This guy is no Republican. He is just another pawn in someone’s game.

H/T – Breitbart, CNN, Yahoo

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