The Republican National Convention continues to heat up, as U.S. Attorney Richard Gilbert accuses Mitt Romney of criminal acts that have allowed him to obtain his position by fraudulent means.
Gilbert is representing delegates who refused to sign affidavits pledging their votes to Romney.
This action violated the rules of the RNC, along with other violations against the Ron Paul campaign, has lawyers giving services for free!
The judge gave Gilbert 24 hours to show why the case should not be dismissed. Breaking campaign rules in order to achieve a goal is not a violation? Is the Judge right?
Lawyers for Ron Paul have also taken action against the Romney camp with charges of fraudulent voting in just about every state in the nation.
In Gilbert's attack on Romney, he seems to believe there is some kind of threat against Ron Paul and his entourage. Is there more to worry about in Tampa, other than the hurricane that is knocking at its door?
Will Romney be dethroned because of fraud? Will delegates who now know they have the freedom to vote the way they want give Ron Paul the win for the people?
The Republican National Convention of 2012 will exceed any other convention in the history of politics as the conspiracy of fraud continues to swirl amongst its members and the question of who will win is still very much a mystery...
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