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

from The Intel Hub:

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.

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

  • Robert Fallin

    Establishment politicians play by the rules only when the rules work in their favor.
    Louisville, Kentucky disenfranchised potential Ron Paul delegates because Ron Paul has not committed to supporting the party nominee. Well, need I remind anyone that the party establishment “moderates” did this to Barry Goldwater in 1964 and Ronald Reagan in 1980? John McCain had a big hand in causing GOP Senate candidates in Nevada and Delaware to lose and John Warner did the same thing when Oliver North ran in Virginia.

  • mad man

    ALTHOUGH, they’re different from each other but they all serving the same master…….i always have this feeling inside of my heart about those thugs.

    if god welling, the elite will be down with minimum effort.

  • Fernao de Magalhaes

    Like SGT says… The fix is in. I am looking to talk to Dollar Vigilante to get another passport before it’s too late.

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