Donald Trump is your nominee.
I don't know how he did it or why it happened, but Donald Trump is going to be the nominee of a major political party for President of the United States.
Ted Cruz is trying to win Indiana, but I think he's turning off more voters than he's winning, and, like Van Jones mentioned on CNN last night, I have no clue why John Kasich hasn't gotten more traction.
So, as Trump gets ready to speak again at the Fairgrounds, he is in a tremendous position to shut this whole thing down with continued momentum and a win in Indiana.
I don't know if Bob Knight, who will be at tonight's Trump rally, will help him, and I think it's telling that Governor Mike Pence is withholding his endorsement of Trump or Cruz. I also am not sure that an endorsement from the weak Governor of Indiana is a blessing or a curse given his standing with the voters.
It just seems that after last night's five for five performance that Donald Trump is now more likely than ever to get close to the delegate count he needs or to exceed the delegate count to become the GOP nominee in July in Cleveland.
Cruz and Kasich might as well go home.