Colorado GOP Leader to Disgruntled Trump Supporter: Go Ahead and Burn the Party Down

Hope this helps expose the diabolical bastards scheming to steal the nomination.

This came in the email today from “James” a disgruntled Colorado Republican voter after the party elites gave all of the state delegates to Senator Ted Cruz.

On Saturday Ted Cruz supporters took all 13 of the delegates up for grabs at the Colorado GOP Convention to complete a clean sweep of the state.

But it was not without controversy.

There never was a vote – Party elites decided on who got the delegates.

After Cruz swept the Colorado delegates the Colorado Republican Party tweeted this out:
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From James– Included is my letter to the Colorado GOP head and his reply.

Hope this helps expose the diabolical bastards scheming to steal the nomination. Though I told him I live in Colorado I really live in N.J. and I’ll be voting for Trump on June 7th, it’ll be a landslide victory for “The Donald” here in Garden State, a friggin’ landslide.

My letter (email):

GOPe sellouts & stooges,

I guess you haven’t learned YOUR lesson, you saw what we did to the state senate president who betrayed us and voted for the anti-2nd Amendment Bills, we recalled her, what do you think we will do to you for selling us out and joining the #NeverTrump cabal?

Let me be abundantly clear so there is no mistake, WE WILL BURN THE WHOLE FUCKING PARTY TO THE GROUND ON ELECTION DAY! We will do one of three things, stay home, vote for 3rd party candidates (ones who don’t have a chance of winning) or cast our lot with the despicable Democrats and destroy the GOP for a generation, it’ll take over a decade to recover from those losses and I’m talking boycotting the entire Republican ticket here, no exceptions.

So you now have a choice, invalidate the caucus held over the weekend and hold a “fair” caucus or face our wrath in November. Go ahead cross us at your own peril, you know we are pissed off already by the share of votes Donald J. Trump has received in the Primary Elections held until this point. Think long and hard, ask yourselves “is it worth destroying our entire party for over a decade and suffering a loss from which we may never recover or is it better to listen to the voters and not the RINOs/GOPe (elites)?”.

Signed, a 53 year old Colorado Registered Republican voter & Trump supporter

PS. I DID support Ted Cruz until he screwed Chris McDaniel in Mississippi, sold us out by championing TPP, gave Obama the ok to negotiate with Iran and began his dishonest campaign for president, now I wouldn’t elect him dogcatcher.

Steve House’s reply:


Thank you for your note. Go ahead and burn the party down if that is what it takes to put this country on the right track then I am open to anything.

What happened over the weekend was simple and had no manipulation or underhanded process in it.The Cruz campaign worked harder than anyone else over a longer period of time, using the process that we have to create a victory for him. He came to Colorado, and was the only candidate who did, gave a great speech and won. I would have been perfectly okay with the result being for Mr. Trump had he and his team done the same thing. I will support whoever wins without hesitation but blaming other people when you don’t get what you want is only relevant if you did the work honestly and someone manipulated the process. That didn’t happen here.

I think people are upset right now because they either don’t like the process or don’t understand it. I am one of the people who doesn’t like it. It’s complicated and many don’t understand why we don’t just have a national primary across all 50 states in about June, pick the winner and go after the democrats in the general election. There are complications to that as well but it comes down to states rights on how we pick candidate. We should have a presidential primary here but the legislature eliminated it in 2002 because it costs to much and that is a limited government move. Up until this year no one cared. We will put a presidential primary back into our law before this year is over.

Lastly, the one thing I do not get from the Trump supporters who are mad at me right now is why so many believe he isn’t going to win. I think Mr. Trump has woken America up and we should be thankful for that. But why do you think he isn’t going to win. He has a big lead, the easiest path to the nomination, a lead in critical states like NY and California etc. Channel you energy into getting your guy elected and in the end if really manipulation happens I will be there to light the match for you.



Update: Military Martial Law Bill Sneaked Through by Senate

Bill gives Obama power to deploy military anywhere – including on U.S. soil

“The Authorization for Use of Military Force put for­ward by Mc­Con­nell would not re­strict the pres­id­ent’s use of ground troops, nor have any lim­its re­lated to time or geo­graphy,” Defense One reported.

In other words, the authorization allows the president to deploy the military anywhere at his discretion – both foreign and domestic – for as long as he wants.

Several senators, including Sen­ate Ma­jor­ity Whip John Cornyn, were surprised by McDonnell’s decision to fast-track the bill after a year of deep in-fighting over similar measures in the Senate.

“He did?” he asked the Na­tion­al Journ­al on Thursday morn­ing when reporters informed him about the bill.

Even some Senate Democrats have an issue with a new authorization without geographical restrictions placed on the president.

“I’m for the Con­gress vot­ing on an AUMF; of course it de­pends what the AUMF looks like,” Sen. Robert Men­en­dez said Thursday. “I don’t want a blank check.”

It’s also interesting to note McConnell is trying to push through the bill on a Friday as an unprecedented blizzard slams the northeast U.S., including Washington, D.C.

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Louis Farrakhan Agrees With Trump Plan to Limit Muslims Entering U.S.

Nation of Islam leader says Republican front-runner’s proposal is “wise”

Donald Trump’s controversial proposal to limit Muslims entering the United States has attracted support from an unlikely ally – Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.

The Republican frontrunner’s plan, which called for a temporary halt on Muslim immigration until refugees could be properly vetted, led to over half a million UK citizens signing a petition to ban Trump from entering the country.

However, in an exclusive interview with Alex Jones, Farrakhan said that Trump was “wise” to call for such measures.

Farrakhan drew attention to the Obama administration’s disastrous policy of arming jihadists in Libya and Syria, noting that the blowback had, “created a refugee crisis that is destabilizing the countries in Europe.”

“So when Mr. Trump said we can’t allow these Muslim refugees into America, a lot of people were upset with him, but I know the hatred for America in the Muslim world is building,” said Farrakhan, adding that U.S. foreign policy had united Islamists against the west.

“So in this way I think Mr. Trump is wise to vet anyone coming from that area into America because the hatred for America is in the streets now,” asserted Farrakhan, adding that if the U.S. wasn’t careful about the vetting process, it might be inviting its own “destruction”.

Farrakhan put Trump’s success in the polls down to a heightened environment of political correctness that has caused frustration amongst white people who can’t say what they really feel.

“Mr Trump says ‘to heck with that’ – I’ll tell you what’s really on my mind and that is freeing a lot of people that like what he’s doing,” said Farrakhan.

The Nation of Islam leader went on to compare establishment politicians to prostitutes.

“They parade themselves before rich and powerful people to get money apparently for their ideas that the rich agree with, but the moment that they become what they’re looking to become they find that the rich have an agenda for them, that the rich have something to ask of them like the john asks of the prostitute,” said Farrakhan, adding that he admired Trump because, “he told them all – I don’t want your money.”

“And when a politician does not want money from the rich, he’s freer than the others to really do good for the masses of the people, and I think that today we’re in the midst of the darkest hour in American history and so if we don’t make the right move with the right people at the right time, the America that we know we’re not going to see it become great again,” concluded Farrakhan.

On the 20th of January, Infowars will air an hour long exclusive interview with Farrakhan in which the controversial figure acknowledges that his views have changed and evolved.

Farrakhan will discuss how he is trying to avert a race war, which he claims may be contrived after an assassination attempt on his life.


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Frederick Douglass on Liberty, Slavery, and the Fourth of July

“Interpreted as it ought to be interpreted, the Constitution is a glorious liberty document”
Frederick Douglass on Liberty, Slavery, and the Fourth of July

by Damon Root | Reason | July 4, 2015

On July 5, 1852, the abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass delivered one of the greatest speeches of his long and storied career. Titled “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?,” Douglass’ speech contained both a searing denunciation of American slavery and a rousing defense of the libertarian principles coursing through the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. “Interpreted as it ought to be interpreted,” Douglass thundered from the stage, “the Constitution is a glorious liberty document.”

In my view, there’s no such thing as a bad day to reflect on the wisdom of Frederick Douglass—but July Fourth is perhaps a better day for it than most. So as a way of both honoring Douglass and marking the anniversary of his remarkable July Fourth speech, here are two stories from the Reason archives which examine the life and legacy of this indispensable American hero.

Frederick Douglass, Classical Liberal

It’s true that Frederick Douglass simultaneously championed both civil rights and economic liberty. But the proper term for that combination isn’t Social Darwinism; it’s classical liberalism. The central component of Douglass’ worldview was the principle of self-ownership, which he understood to include both racial equality and the right to enjoy the fruits of one’s labor.

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US Claims Its Commandos Killed Senior ISIS Leader in Syria

Story follows revelations Osama Bin Laden assassination story is a ruse

by Kurt Nimmo | | May 16, 2015

Following damaging revelations by ace journalist Seymour Hersh that the Osama bin Laden assassination story is a lie, the US government has floated a new story — its commandos killed Abu Sayyaf, a senior Islamic State commander, in Syria.

Corporate media reporting on the alleged incident resembles a military adventure story. From the Associated Press:

U.S. commandos mounted a rare raid into eastern Syria overnight, killing a senior Islamic State commander in a firefight, capturing his wife and rescuing a Yazidi woman held as a slave, the Pentagon said Saturday.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the raid, identifying the militant as Abu Sayyaf. He said no U.S. forces were killed or injured in the operation.

Like the Bin Laden story, the Abu Sayyaf story arrives without corroboration or independent verification, but merely the word of Obama’s Defense boss, Ashton Carter.

“Abu Sayyaf was killed during the course of the operation when he engaged U.S. forces,” Carter said.

His wife, Umm Sayyaf, is said to be suspected of playing an important role in the group’s “terrorist activities, and may have been complicit in what appears to have been the enslavement of a young Yazidi woman rescued last night.”

“The operation also led to the freeing of a young Yazidi woman who appears to have been held as slave by the couple. We intend to reunite her with her family as soon as feasible.” Bernadette Meehan, spokeswoman for the National Security Council said on Saturday.

The Yazidi played an important role in the propaganda effort against ISIS as the US launched military operations. In 2014 exhaustive establishment media coverage was given to Yazidi refugees in Iraq. Between 20,000 to 30,000 were said to have fled to Mount Sinjar when ISIS militants overran a region in Iraqi Kurdistan.

A vacationing Obama said from Martha’s Vineyard last August the US “broke the ISIL siege of Mount Sinjar.”

“This ‘broke the siege’ statement is a lie. There never was a ‘siege’ on the Sinjar mountain range. The Yazidi who had fled there were quickly welcomed and evacuated to Syria by the Kurdish PKK and YPG forces,” the Moon of Alabama noted on August 14.

“The only reason Obama sent troops and jets to the area was to protect the city of Erbil with its CIA station, the international airport and the local headquarters of various ‘western’ oil companies.”

SWAT team leader who fatally shot 7-year-old during reality show filming gets job back

Officers announced their arrival by detonating a flashbang grenade
SWAT team leader who fatally shot 7-year-old during reality show filming gets job back

Image Credits: Secretive Ireland / Flickr.

by Xrepublic | April 22, 2015

Five years after shooting a seven-year-old girl to death while on duty, Joseph Weekley has rejoined the Detroit police.

While filming with an A&E crew in 2010, Officer Joseph Weekley led a SWAT team of officers into a Detroit residence in search of a murder suspect. The cable network wanted footage for its homicide detective show, “The First 48.”

Officers announced their arrival by detonating a flashbang grenade. Weekley entered the home with an MP-5 submachine gun. Then he shot and killed Aiyana Stanley-Jones, a child sleeping in the living room with her grandmother under a “Hannah Montana” blanket.

According to Weekley, however, he didn’t realize he had fired the gun that ended Stanley-Jones’ life. Weekley left Stanley-Jones’ body in pursuit of a housemate he believed to be responsible for the killing. The housemate was in an adjacent room, and unarmed.

Weekley explains he was able to shoot and kill a child without noticing it by blaming Stanley-Jones’ grandmother, Mertilla Jones. Weekley believes Jones slapped his submachine while he was in the house, causing it to fire and kill her granddaughter.

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