Washington GOP on hidden camera excluding Ron Paul Delegates ... Election fraud has occurred in every state in the union, but what may be the worst case yet happened on Saturday in Washington State as GOP party 'officials' openly attempted to exclude Ron Paul delegates from participating in the 2nd District's Convention. With hidden camera in hand, a Washington State resident secretly recorded Alex Hayes, Director of "Mainstream Republicans of Washington State" trying to exclude Ron Paul Delegates from participating in the election by showing a "slate" of delegates to choose from that only included supporters of the other three candidates. Acting on advice he told the crowd that was specifically handed down from those three campaigns themselves, in his own words he told the crowd of awaiting voters that the "Romney, Santorum and Gingrich campaigns" all decided Paul wasn't going to be able to participate in the Convention. – Jeffrey Phelps / Denver Conspiracy Examiner
Dominant Social Theme: This Ron Paul is just too extreme.
Free-Market Analysis: We've watched as the GOP top honchos have tried to make sure that libertarian Congressman Ron Paul is not the Republican candidate for US president, and that his clout is mitigated as much as possible.
We can see from the article excerpt above that there is plenty of evidence of obvious manipulation and even cheating to try to deprive Ron Paul of GOP delegates for the national convention – where the GOP candidate will be elected.
You can see the actual video of this manipulation below via the YouTube video we've excerpted.
The above article about this video describes what's going on rather well. It analyzes the statements of Alex Hayes and emphasizes that the manipulation he presents is going to be practiced at the National Convention, too.
The power elites that are apparently trying to set up world government are struggling against what we call the Internet Reformation. It is the Internet that has informed people of the way the World Really Works and afforded Ron Paul a platform that transcends the controlled mainstream media.
While some of late seem to believe that libertarianism is part of a larger elite dialectic, the vigor with which Ron Paul is being contested seems to indicate otherwise.
Ron Paul wants an end to America's overseas wars and military occupations. He also wants competitive currencies at home, which he believes will effectively end the formal sway of the Federal Reserve.
None of this is acceptable to a power elite that wants to run the world and is using the muscle of the American armed forces (among other tools) to do so. Here's some more from the article:
"Three King County Congressional District Conventions were overrun by the Ron Paul folks," he told the crowd in Tacoma, was another reason the establishment was excluding Paul voters and wanted to make sure the crowd knew he didn't want that to happen in his district as well.
"At that moment," he said, "we realized we had to be a bit more careful and this represents that commitment to being more careful ... We're asking you to vote for these people," he went on to say. "There are Romney people, Gingrich people and Santorum people on the list."
Apparently still not knowing he was being recorded, he went even further by admitting to a GOP plan for "a similar slate" at Washington State's quickly approaching National Convention as well. He then tried to convince the crowd of bewildered voters who weren't quite buying his explanation by using the excuse that the people on the list deserved to be there because 'they put in a lot of campaign time.'"
The article goes on to tell us that Ron Paul's supporters – understanding the chicanery – were able to counteract it and "eventually struck a deal of their own, sending 15 Paul, 15 Santorum, but only 1 Romney delegate to the State Convention."
By the time the national convention comes around, Ron Paul may have commitments of many unbound delegates, and this could make the task of those who want to oppose him more complicated.
Here's the video in question.
(Video from DontFearTruth's YouTube user channel.)