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Sheldon Adelson: Gingrich 'At End of His Line'

Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, who has been financing Newt Gingrich’s presidential ambitions, this week acknowledged that the former House speaker is “at the end of his line” and faces high odds of winning a brokered convention.

“It appears as though he’s at the end of his line because I mean mathematically he can’t get anywhere near the numbers and it’s unlikely to be a brokered convention,” declared Adelson in a videotaped interview with The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles and posted on jewishjournal.com.

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What if?

Ok so let's say he does drop out of the race. When will we know who gets delegates that were his? Meaning, someone mentioned on here that as soon as the MSM says a candidate has reached 1,144 delegates the race is over EVEN if its just their "projections."

Most MSM networks estimate Gingrich has 100-250 delegates. If no one would know who these delegates chose as option #2 then we wouldn't find out until the convention which is what we want, right?

Gingrich should've made this much easier and dropped out long time ago... but I guess him winning SC and GA helps us out alot.