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Last night, my only dream was of being in a black void proclaiming over and over again I am God. When I woke up, he looked at me and said, “You know insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.” My mind began searching for all of the things that I could be doing over and over again. Now I know he meant going there to that darkness. When I have the power in me to make it be no more.
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Massachusetts is not inexperienced when it comes to Romney and skating over election laws. When Mitt Romney ran for Governor of the state in 2002 he was questioned on grounds that he never met the residential requirements to run for office. Romney had been paying taxes in Utah from 1999 until 2001 as his primary address. Massachusetts requires their potential Governor to live in the state for 7 years. Mitt Romney had to pay back taxes in order to straighten the issue out to become Governor. The campaign sighted clerical errors in Utah.
In Massachusetts’s, the Secretary of State is investigating several voters who received letters in the mail stating they had changed their party when they had not. Douglas Howie told ABC News 40 that his party had been switched from Democrat to Republican without his knowledge.
Going against FEC rules, the Massachusetts’ GOP forced delegates to sign an affidavit that stated, “I certify under the pain and penalty of perjury, that on the first ballot at the 2012 Republican National Convention, I will affirmatively Vote for Mitt Romney, the winner of the 2012 Massachusetts Presidential Primary.” The Republican establishment making use of Rule 16 far before it is even implement.
Throughout almost every state in the nation, you can find testimony from delegates who have been oppressed, physically harmed and arrested without proper cause. This has been a largely ignored story unless you a supporter of Dr. Ron Paul. Louisiana stands out as a cornerstone of the physical confrontation. The police assaulted Rules Chairman Alex Helwig after he had moved to remove the chair democratically. The crowd erupts repeating, “The Chairman lost our vote.” This doesn’t dissuade the officer from forcefully removing the legally placed delegate and hurting him in the process. Shortly afterward, Henry Herford, the newly elected LAGOP chairman, was given a police escort out of the building dislocating his hip.
In Athens-Clark County, Georgia 14 delegates testified that they felt their votes had not been heard stating that several others left in anger already. Similar to the National Convention, their objections were not heard and the meeting was adjourned. They followed the unresponsive Chairman questioning him. Some of the delegates went to a separate area to testify on video to what they had seen while others had already stromed out.
In St. Charles, Missouri, Kenneth Suitter, a Ron Paul supporter was intelligent enough to realize that if he and the other delegates from the party didn’t like what they were seeing inside the gymnasium then the meeting could be relocated outside the building. When he was pulling everyone together for a more democratic meeting, police officers came and arrested the man. Apparently, the police felt that if the party head wanted the delegates to leave for not doing as they were told then it was perfectly legal to force them to leave. Kenneth Suitter was arrested for trying to videotape the closed door caucus.
In New York, state GOP Vice Chairman Vincent Reda called all of the Republican voters to misinform them that only Romney remained in the Republican Primary. Many people are under the false assumption that New York has paper ballot system. New York Ron Paul supporters were distressed when they walked in to vote on a ‘fraud machine’ with no paper trail.
In Exton, Pennsylvania, police officers interrogated and rudely threatened Ron Paul supporters while they were trying to conduct a simple sign wave. When they point out how he is treating them, the officer responds that he doesn’t have to be nice to them. Sign waves are used often throughout campaigns with little interference from police officers.
The Caucus Chairman, Matt McDonald for Belfast, Maine made national news last year. On February 4th, Waldo County held a super caucus and was told not to make their votes public. Pastor McDonald thought the county’s request was illogical and aloud Belfast Republicans to vote on if they wanted their votes publicly counted and the city agreed for transparency. The public vote according to McDonald went: 8 votes to Ron Paul, 7 went to Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney came in last at 5 votes. After becoming alarmed that the state had not posted Belfast’s results McDonald called the state GOP and spoke with a secretary. Her numbers were: Romney 9, Santorum 5 and Paul with 2 votes. When he tried to correct the secretary, she didn’t accept it and got off the phone.
Maine’s Ron Paul delegates are the more famously discarded delegates from the convention. Legally elected delegates were removed from the convention because of a new rule created and enforced by the Republican National Committee. However, even Maine’s Governor Paul LePage was protesting the RNC in an act of solidarity with his citizens.
In Alaska, the party ousted their state chairman, Rand Ruedrich, in favor of a Ron Paul supporter, Russ Millette. Unfortunely, Ruedrich was allowed to keep running Romney shenanigans by forcing non-Romney delegates to follow a new separate set of rules involving payments to become delegates. Chairman Ruedrich shorted the deadline to give payment and then changed the method. The online payment form inexplicitly stopped working. The party wouldn’t take credit card, check and a money order was denied.
New Hampshire was faced with voter fraud at the polls on Election Day. Project Veritas created a video project in which members of the video journalism organization went to the poll workers and asked for ballots from deceased citizens. The poll workers then ask Republican or Democrat and hand them a ballot before seeing ID. To make this even more obvious, the reporters stated “I left my ID in the car.” Then Manchester and Nashuc County poll workers would tell them they could vote either way. Before voting, the journalist would say, “I would feel more comfortable if I came back with my ID.” Then they would leave. A Ron Paul supporter, David Finethy, stated that when he stepped into a precinct in New Hampshire to vote, he was told that he had already voted. In order to fix the error, they added his name twice to the list and allowed him to vote a second time.
In Arizona, several Ron Paul delegates were assaulted for their political opinions by the security officers and by their fellow delegates. Two delegates, Virginia Goss and Jim Burton from Arizona testified to seeing ballot stuffing by Romney supporters at the convention. The Arizona delegates successfully won their choice for chairman, David Fitzgerald. The people of Pima County, Arizona are suing over what they consider easy election fraud.
In North Dakota, the delegates for voting had been preselected by the Republican Nominating Committee. It’s import to notice that Romney placed 3rd in the popular election votes and he received 60% of the delegates. Santorum, who finished first, did release his delegates to Romney. Ron Paul delegates felt as if prescreening questionnaires had cheated them.
On the floor, Ron Paul had been nominated by 6 states to speak: Nevada, Iowa, Oregon, Minnesota, Alaska and the Virgin Islands. This would have been enough under the party rules the 2012 Republican National Convention convened under but they have changed in the rules in the 4th quarter from 5 states to 8. Meanwhile, Rhode Island and Virginia’s Paul delegates, who could have pushed the nominating states to the newest magic number, had circled the building three times while screaming at the bus driver to stop according to Ben Swann from Reality Check and John Tate, Ron Paul’s campaign manager. Morton Blackwell, founder of the Leadership Institute and Virginia Delegate on the misplaced bus, is a member of the Republican National Convention’s Rules’ Committee and is the largest opponent to the new rules laid out and enforced at the convention. Mobile phone videos are surfacing of Teleprompters with pre-decided rulings on the subjective vocal votes—all of course in the committee’s favor.
“As I’ve been saying all along the Republican National Committee is a crime syndicate and now people are starting to see it,” Lawyer Richard Gilbert leading the case against the RNC said to me the Wednesday after the blatant tyrannical take over of the Republican Party. I began to wonder if people really didn’t know the RNC was a criminal organization or perhaps in the case of most party members they simply believed that this was just good business Romney was demonstrating. This attitude is completely repulsive for any true patriot. America was built on a bottom-up power system and now this has completely been reversed with little outcry.
The liberty movement in the Republican Party is split between feeling more trumpet than ever and breaking down into severe depression. Serious headway has been made in electing new chairs; meanwhile, the rest of America is ignorant to the atrocities and inhumane treatment during the primary campaign. The recent rule changes in the Republican Party will alter the course of the country forever if it is allowed to continue. In United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit of Appeals in San Francisco, CA a lawsuit (12-72658) against the Republican National Convention by over 300 of the Republican National Delegates was dismissed. The lawsuit is over whether the parties must operate according to the FEC rules allowing delegates to remain unbound and to vote their conscious or if secular party issues can be forced upon the whole voting body.