Monday, March 26, 2012

Widespread GOP Caucus Fraud: Full Scale Effort to Steal Ron Paul Delegates Exposed


Doug Wead, a senior adviser to the Ron Paul Campaign, has exposed the fact that a GOP establishment director in Washington State has publicly made the claim that the Romney-Gingrich-Santorum campaigns have united to steal delegates from Ron Paul.

“Thanks to the proliferation of cell phones you will hear Alex Hayes, director of mainstream Republicans of Washington State, making the claim that the Romney-Santorum-Gingrich campaigns have united behind a common slate of candidates in Washington State to block the Ron Paul machine from winning the delegates.

The apparent move on the part of the Romney-Santorum-Gingrich campaigns is to block citizens favoring Ron Paul from taking over the Washington State delegation to Tampa,” wrote Wead.

Sadly this is not just happening in Washington State rather it has been documented across many parts of the country.

In Georgia, GOP rules were completely ignored during their caucus:

A list of rules that we know were violated:

- Delegates of the convention attempted to nominate people from the floor yet were summarily ignored without vote by the chairman.

- The Athens Clarke County precinct delegates were disenfranchised (by Matt Brewster, Chairman) and the county convention was closed without majority and without the proper respect to the procedural process as outlined in our party rules and Robert’s Rules of Order.

- The initial “all in favor” request did not give a chance for the “ayes” and the “nays” to have a separate chance to vote. Instead, the chairman called for both “ayes” and “nays” to be voiced at the same time.

- The count of the “ayes” versus the “nays” was inaccurate. According to our count, 25 of the 37 people in attendance were Ron Paul supporters, and did not vote “aye” when a voice vote was called for.

Bryan Spencer, the former St. Charles County Republican Central Committeeman and Caucus Subcommittee Chairman in Missouri openly admitted to premeditated voter fraud.
Bryan Spencer, Former St. Charles County Republican Central Committeeman and Caucus Subcommittee Chairman, admits to premeditated rigging of the St. Charles County Caucus.

He clearly explains how he looked at how the GOP rigged the Caucuses In Iowa, Maine, And Nebraska and took the same steps to prevent Ron Paul supporters from having their say in the Missouri caucuses.

“The Republican establishment will do whatever it can get away with to cheat Ron Paul and his supporters before the convention in August,” writes Kurt Nimmo.

As the alternative media has outlined time and time again, the GOP Caucus is being openly stolen from Ron Paul and, without an immediate independent investigation, this election will become nothing more than a side show for the sheeple as the real powers sit behind the scenes and plan Obamas victory.

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