Presidential Primary Voting Rights Violations – Our Legal Remedy

The 2012 Republican presidential primary election process has been significantly corrupted by certain leaders and members of the Republican National Committee and State GOP organizations who oppose the Ron Paul campaign.

The Ron Paul grassroots movement is sweeping the country while Ron Paul delegates are sweeping state conventions. The RNC’s hostile response to Ron Paul delegates, including dirty tricks amounting to felony criminal violations of the federal voting rights statutes, is defaming the Republican Party, but cannot stop the now inevitable brokered national convention in Tampa.

Until recently, we felt helpless to enforce our civil rights. Ron Paul voters and delegates have been cheated, intimidated, threatened, and abused in every conceivable manner by the GOP in an effort to prevent Ron Paul from winning the Republican nomination in the presidential primary.

Presidential Primary – Voting Rights Violations growing list of offenses!

The growing list of offenses is staggering, built upon the foundation of the most obvious:

  • The RNC’s refusal to recognize Ron Paul delegates
  • Blatant favoritism toward Romney as the “presumptive nominee”
  • The outright denial of Paul’s continued viable campaign
  • The demand for Ron Paul delegates to pledge their votes to Romney

These and other actions are amassing into a mountain of violations of what is arguably one the most systematic, widespread egregious cases of deprivation of civil voting rights and election fraud committed in American history. To view a lengthy list of preliminary reports of misconduct, click here.

Despite widespread Internet exposure and mounting evidence of blatant election fraud abuses, the RNC continues to utterly disregard to party rules and federal laws without being held accountable for their criminal misconduct.

The situation is intolerable and the time to assert our rights is long overdue. Rather than merely hoping and meekly begging the RNC to treat us civilly and fairly—a well-established exercise-in-futility—we are organizing to take legal action, armed with statutory law, to assert our rights for fair treatment and honest elections. The remedy is in the law, and in asserting and enforcing the law.

Have YOUR Civil Rights Been Violated (according to federal law)?
Most likely, if you are a Ron Paul delegate or voter, the answer is “yes.”

Criminal Misconduct versus Private Party “Permissible” Rules”
There is considerable misinformation and confusion surrounding what is “permissible” (in terms of private/state party rules) and what is criminal misconduct under federal statutory law.

Therefore it is important to understand that in the proper authoritative legal hierarchy, federal statutes and federal rules prevail in this matter.

For example, there has been some debate regarding the individual states attempting to impose “unit rules” binding their delegates to vote for a specific candidate.

Many cite RNC Rule#38 as the authority to negate unit rules. It states “No delegate shall be bound by any attempt of any state or any congressional district to impose the unit rule.”However, the highest authority superseding all national and state rules is found in, Title 42 USC Section 1971(b) “Intimidation, threats, or coercion:

No person, whether acting under color of law or otherwise, shall intimidate, threaten, coerce, or attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of such other person to vote or to vote as he may choose, or of causing such other person to vote for, or not to vote for, any candidate for the office of President, Vice President, presidential elector, Member of the Senate, or Member of the House of Representatives, Delegates or Commissioners from the Territories or possessions, at any general, special, or primary election held solely or in part for the purpose of selecting or electing any such candidate.”

We believe that, according to the above federal statute, all state “unit rules” are null and void and all delegates are unbound. Accordingly, we believe that any state laws, national rules or state rules in conflict with federal United States Code (USC) statutes are null and void as private clubs or organizations have no authority to violate state or federal laws.

An example of felony violation of Title 42 USC 1971 includes the bogus “affidavit” letter sent out to Massachusetts delegates demanding their signed pledge (under pain and penalty of perjury) to vote for Romney on the first voting round at the national convention. This letter had no legal authority. More importantly, this intimidation constitutes felony misconduct. And this example is just the “tip of the iceberg” in terms of the violations documented in the testimony that is beginning to flood in.

We Need We the People‘s Help to Document the Crime!
The tasks of uncovering, substantiating and compiling the mountains of evidence from delegates, poll watchers and grassroots activists for the purpose of developing a comprehensive and legally enforceable lawsuit is overwhelming.

ToolsForJustice is acting as a private, secure centralized clearinghouse in cooperation with other organizations, such as RonPaulVoteCount.org, WatchTheVote2012.com, and WTPNetwork.com to support all concerned citizens in enforcing our rights and prosecuting criminal election activity.

READY TO TAKE ACTION NOW?
Join ToolsForJustice as a FREE member. After joining, login and go toForums” to submit your testimony on our private/secure forum according to the state or territory in which you live.

NOTE: The Membership Agreement is in place for your protection (as well as ours) to prevent criminal government agent/provocateurs from unauthorized use of private member’s information.

Please then help support this effort by sharing this information far and wide! Contact: ToolsForJustice for more information.

To review pertinent case law:

http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/42/1971

http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/42/1974

http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/42/1983

 

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