TRUMP IS TO BE TOPPLED BY REPUBLICANS WHO HATE THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. The Globalists Seek To Destroy The People. Republican prostitutes in the legal profession are seeking to screw Donald Trump at the Cleveland Convention.
I hope we have not converted our pro-Trump stop the steal rally to
a unity and victory rally in Cleveland July 18th too soon. A motion to unbind
all delegates, along with many other underhanded strategies, is being discussed
by the elite of the republican legal establishment, with the permission (if
under not the instruction) of speaker Paul Ryan. Bitter operatives of Ted Cruz even
mailed voters before Virginia county conventions in an attempt to grab
The extremely capable Paul
Manafort beat back that charge for Trump. As someone who saw both Nixon, Reagan
up close while in their service I have never seen anything like the whirlwind
of Donald J. Trump. He is bigger than the Republican Party. After a wildly
successful, if unconventional, primary campaign that closed off any other
candidates’ path to 1247 delegates before the convention, Donald Trump is
finally being called the presumptive nominee by some, but not the insiders. The
battle for his nomination is far from over. The establishment is still plotting
to silence the voice of the majority of republican primary voters. To many
journalists, the inner workings of party rules are “inside baseball” of no
interest to the common voter. But the insider scheme to unbind delegates and
disenfranchise voters should concern every American.
Last week, the annual
conference of the republican national lawyers association was held, with some
250 attorneys in attendance. The main topic of discussion: how to steal the nomination
front presumptive nominee Donald Trump at the republican national convention.
The RNLA is technically a separate entity from the RNC, though it is
essentially made of elite establishment types who are attorneys representing
special interests. At their recent meeting, the phrase “Never Trump” was
bandied about in hushed tones quite a lot particularly after Trump lawyer Don
McGahn left after a perfunctory short remarks. The doors were closed and locked
after McGahn left.
Before that Washington insider
Fred Barnes was the keynote speaker, and said that while he is not a “Never Trumper,”
he knew that many in the room were. He said that Trump must make many changes
to his policies if he hopes to unite the party. Barnes was overheard chortling
that Trump was a “buffoon” at the cocktail party.
A smaller group huddled to
discuss the rules committee of the RNC: Larry Levy, RNLA chairman and a partner
of Rudy Guiliani; Randy Evans, RNLA chairman and national committeeman from GA;
John Ryder, general counsel of the republican national committee and Jim Bopp of
Citizens United fame and a national committeeman from IN and former RNC
vice-chairman. I know these guys. Bopp is a patriot but the others are
insiders. They blurted out their plan of attack.
Evans alluded to something
congressman Trey Gowdy said the previous morning at the conference, about the
importance republicans place on “process.” It is true, of course, that
republicans care a great deal about the rule of law, constitutional due process
and so on. But what Evans meant is something completely different—and sinister.
He said “process” is extremely important to republicans, lawyers and thus all
of us. Evans said that “process is important,” and urged the crowd of lawyers
that “there is no such thing as a presumptive nominee.” Evans bluntly made the
point that Trump has not won the nomination, Evans went on to say that there
are many delegates in the “Never Trump” crowd and that many convention
delegates will be so-minded. He also said that speaker Paul Ryan is in this
camp and that Ryan is always on the rules committee, and will be the chair of
the convention in Cleveland. Evans reminded the attorneys present that the
convention is governed not by Robert’s rules of order, but by the rules of the
house and asked rhetorically whether Trump could have someone at the convention
who knows house rules as well as speaker Ryan.
Evans went on to “guarantee”
there would be challenges to Trump’s delegates who were from states whose
delegates were not exclusively chosen by republicans. Evans said that the
challenges would be brought before the credentials committee, and that their
ruling would come to the floor as the very first order of business. He then
pointed out that Trump needs 1237 votes to win any vote, not merely a majority
of those present and voting. He rhetorically asked the audience what would
happen if 100, or 200, or more, delegates and their alternates could be
persuaded to stay at their hotel that morning.
I predicted all this on Infowars.com
months ago. The lobbyist class fueled by the donor class with their
multi-national interests fear Trump’s nationalism. They will never try to stop
him. The Trump juggernaut must be ready for this assault.
Evans even speculated as to
what would happen if a motion were brought in the rules committee to make it
such that only a person from Texas could be nominated on the floor. He wasn’t
suggesting this, he made clear, he said he was merely illustrating that there
are many, many ways “never Trump” forces could stop Trump. Another panelist
said that Lindsey Graham would be at the convention, and that he is still
looking for a role to play.
The other speakers echoed
this theme, although Jim Bopp warned that if Evans’ predictions are true, it
could mean the “end of the republican party.” Few other than Bopp seemed to
care. Bopp said that he and Evans had “written” rule 40b, and that his explicit
purpose had been to help Romney avoid a floor fight in 2012. He expects that a
motion will be brought in the rules committee to amend it predicted that a
motion would be brought to unbind all delegates on the first ballot. Bopp did
say the party would be destroyed if the maneuver. Nobody cared.
The elites who now run the
party that ended slavery are desperate and unhinged, willing to engage in any
underhanded legal sophistry and shenanigans to subvert the will of their base
voters. Every Republican needs to know about their plans and send support in
some form or another to Cleveland to stop the steal.