Delegates Are Not So Sure That Tampa Will Be Fair Play
Broken bones, dislocated hips, punches in the back, ballot stuffing, coercion, intimidation, and threatening peoples' lives: an "open letter" to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, Mitt Romney, and the Romney Campaign
TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In its preamble, the GOP says, "Dedication to the rule of law that protects and preserves liberty" is how it operates. However in real life, that hasn't been true. The Republican Party has flagrantly violated its own code.
At the upcoming Republican National Convention next week, will the GOP delegates be given their rights as delegates? Will they be mistreated, or disenfranchised? Will they be cheated, have their votes miscounted, have their bones broken, or be treated like they live in a communist-style country similarly to what clearly occurred during the past several months of state Republican primaries, caucuses, and conventions across the United States?
Hundreds of plaintiffs from across America submitted legal affidavits under penalty of perjury in a federal lawsuit filed in the U.S. 9th Circuit Court in Santa Ana, California (Case No. SACV 12-00927 DOC (JPRx)) testifying against the RNC and Mitt Romney to specific injuries including election fraud, vote rigging, assaults, threats, intimidation, coercion, and other egregious criminal acts. Without public pressure what is to prevent these same actions from happening next week in Tampa, Florida at what the lead attorney in that case calls the "organized crime convention"?
What is to prevent the fully documented, blatant cheating that elected Mitt Romney, for instance, in Lake & Kane Counties, Illinois, from occurring in the Convention Hall in Tampa, since computerized vote counts will once again be used again to nominate him over others as Republican candidate for President?
Thousands of individuals represented by state, regional, and national organizations have sent an "open letter" today to the RNC, its Chairman, Mr. Reince Priebus, Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney, and the Romney Campaign. The open letter was sent by common carrier and e-mailed to Priebus and all 50 state Republican Party offices.
The letter questions if the stated "rule of law that both protects and preserves liberty" applies only to Romney and his camp to the exclusion of all others? And if so, are the delegates going to be denied their duty, and be subjected to criminal actions. After all, federal law prohibits any attempt to coerce, intimidate, or threaten national delegates. What's in store for these delegates in Tampa? What will prevent this pattern from continuing?
This open letter is signed by various grass-roots individuals and supporters in various organizations who are endorsing the efforts of district, state, and national GOP delegates to qualify for the Republican National Convention. However, since legitimate delegates have been fraudulently disqualified even at the district level, this open letter calls for the Republican Party leadership to uphold their dictate stated in their preamble that the rule of law will be upheld. And that there will not be any bias or corruption committed against any assigned delegates.
The Convention is about to commence on this coming Monday, August 27, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. The "open letter" ends with a post script that says, "This letter will be signed by the people in an online petition and will also be released to the press."
A copy of the "open letter" is available at http://www.scribd.com/doc/
The petition is available at http://www.ipetitions.com/
Individuals are available for interviews, including national,
disenfranchised, & injured delegates, and organization leaders at
the DelegatesFightingGOPFraud.org office. Call 229-393-2912
David Callihan; press@
Further evidence of apparent election fraud may be found at DelegatesFightingGOPFraud.org.