Romney Fraud at Arizona GOP convention
“They took a bunch of our winners off and then stuck on a bunch of
their losers. At first they had a total of 58 elected, most of them
were ours. Then it all turned.” – Shawn Dow, Ron Paul State
According to many sources, Ron Paul supporters won a clean democratic
majority of the delegates at the recent Arizona State GOP convention
but Mitt Romney had an advantage that in the end the Ronulans could not
match. Romney had Nathan Sproul, a political operative who was
famously accused of voter registration fraud during the last election
“Accused of massive voter registration fraud in several states.”
More on voter registration fraud.
“Team Bush paid millions to Nathan Sproul and then tried to hide it.”
Remember, the Ron Paul forces were ready to give a majority of the
delegates to the Mitt Romney campaign. Nathan Sproul rejected that
offer. (See Arizona victory.) Why accept a gift if you can wait and take it violently later?
I warned you about a sealed box that was taken from the State
Convention and how the votes were not a done deal. Then there is the
manipulation of the numbers of the delegation already voted upon.
Arizona, as a “Mormon State” was moved up early so that party
favorite, Mitt Romney, could have a win. As such, it was necessarily
punished for breaking GOP rules and its delegate count was diminished.
The Arizona GOP establishment would normally seek to restore
Arizona’s full 59 delegates. But since most of the new delegates are
Ron Paul supporters, it decided to accept its punishment and keep to the
lesser number, where Mitt Romney leads.
But there is so much more. Like 100 ballots that got added when the
sealed box was opened the next day. Said Ron Paul coordinator, Shawn
Dow, “They took a bunch of our winners off and then stuck on a bunch of
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And then, see ballot stuffing in Arizona.
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