Come On Guys – we have contracts on the line!
For those of you scoring at home, the scorecard for rigging the CAGOP Convention stands at:
Modoc = -7 from Steve
Tehama = +2 for Jessica
Yuba = +8 for Jessica
Glenn = +8 for Jessica
Los Angeles = +12 for Jessica
That is a total swing of 37 votes so far in a 1430 voter universe. That is 2.5% of the universe folks. That is a statistically significant sample, and guess what – we have some fraud in Orange County coming soon to a theater near you.
I’ve had several off the record conversations with insiders – they all are telling me this is not deliberate but that the CAGOP’s staff is incompetent and is being taken advantage of by consultants. I am struggling to 100% agree with that due to the amount of game playing I have seen thus far. I will concede that some of this is indeed lacksadasical enforcement of the by-laws. There is simply too much of this for it not to be fraud and malfeasance at some level. I wish I could prosecute the consultants that are shepherding this fraud.
So the latest installment surrounds cheating in LA County:
February 18, 2021
Patricia Welch, Proxies & Credentials Committee Chair
California Republican Party
1001 K Street, Fourth Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
I hereby challenge the credentials of twelve (12) regular delegates allegedly elected by the Los Angeles County Republican Central Committee (LAGOP) to fill delegate vacancies in State Senate, Assembly, and Congressional districts.
The delegates are Conyers Davis (SD 30), Megan Dutra (CD 38), Alex Early (AD 46), Eric Eskandari (CD 29), Eddie Kouyoumdjian (AD 48), Charles Moran (SD 35), Fernando Ponce (AD 58), Rodrigo Santillano (AD 51), Sergei Shubin (SD 33), Scott Snapp (AD 50), Sylvia Southerland (SD 32), and Chris Wangsaporn (SD 22).1
Section 2.01.05 (C) (2) of the Standing Rules and Bylaws of the California Republican Party states:
For a vacancy in the office of a nominee for the Member of the State Senate, Member of the State Assembly or Member of the United States House of Representatives, the vacancy shall be filled by the election of the Republican County Central Committee that has the largest number of registered Republicans within the respective Senate, Assembly or congressional District of any county that contains a portion of the district. An election to fill the vacancy shall be held not later than 60 days after notice of the vacancy is sent by the Committee to the appropriate Republican County Central Committee or Committees. A vacancy in such office shall be filled only by a person who is a registered Republican voter within the Senate, Assembly or Congressional district to be represented.
According to their draft meeting minutes and the statements of committee members, the Los Angeles County Republican Central Committee (LAGOP) did not fill the delegate vacancies by election for any of these districts. See the attached draft LAGOP meeting minutes for December 2020 and January 2021.
Because these delegates were not elected to fill the vacant districts by the county central committee in accordance with the Standing Rules and Bylaws of the California Republican Party, as last amended on September 8, 2019, they must be removed from the CRP delegate list.
My purpose is to make sure all county central committees are adhering to the bylaws and I am sure you will agree. If you have any questions, I can be reached at XXXXXXX@outlook.com or (XXX) XXX-XXXX.
Appointed Delegate (2021-2022)
California Republican Party
1 CRP Delegate List, accessed February 8, 2021.
P.S. There is already a nominee in SD32, Rita Topolian… that should have never been entered in, on top of the absurdity of what they accepted from Richard Sherman and Andy Garakhani. This is just more proof that the staff of the CRP are either in on rigging this election or they are completely asleep at the switch.
Blogger’s Note: I am not posting the draft minutes from the LAGOP at the request of Mr. Brickey. However, it appears that Sherman had them delayed in a vain attempt to cover up what he attempted to do in violation of the CAGOP By-Laws.
There are millions of dollars of consulting contracts riding on this election, and re-electing Jessica Patterson by any means possible is part of that metric.