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Oh Noes! Reince Priebus And John Kasich Are Feuding!

We hate it when Uncle John and Uncle Reince fight?

In a sure sign that the 2016 Presidential Race is all but over, no really, Reince Priebus has threatened John Kasich for refusing to support Donald Trump.

"Those people need to get on board," Priebus said. "And if they're thinking they're going to run again someday, I think that we're going to evaluate the process -- of the nomination process and I don't think it's going to be that easy for them."

"People in our party are talking about what we're going to do about this. I mean there's a ballot access issue in South Carolina. In order to be on the ballot in South Carolina, you actually have to pledge your support to the nominee, no matter who that person is," he explained. "So what's the penalty for that? It's not a threat, but that's just the question that we have a process in place."

Oh, I'm sorry, it's not a threat, it's a question. Well, I've got some questions, too.

How come you didn't use all your powers of the chairmanship to reign in Donald Trump? How many times did you (or, let's face it, the other RNC chair until recently, Roger Ailes) call Donald Trump in for an emergency pow-wow to get him on some sort of sanity page? How many times have you had to convince RNC donors to just write their damn check and nevermind about the party's standard bearer, this year, that it would be okay because, hey, we've got four years of Hillary bashing ahead!

If you had ANY power, any power at all, Reince Priebus, you would have used it by now. And John Kasich and Ted "Vote your conscience" Cruz, and Lindsey Graham (yeah) know it.

Here's Kasich (Yeah He-Man John Kasich!) drinking your milkshake, Reince:

It's the "Kenosha" that makes it art.


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