The Ronulans are among us: How Ron Paul’s delegate strategy is actually working — RT

On they come, marginalized by the media and ridiculed by the Republican establishment.  Their votes are often rejected at precinct caucuses, their voices ignored by temporary chairmen who flaunt their own rules and pretend that they have the votes for their prearranged delegate slates.

On one occasion a crowd of onlookers shouts objections at this fraud, only to be subjected to prearranged organized arrests for “disturbing the peace.”  Some participants openly weep, in shame for the obscenity of such blatant corruption.  Others become angry.  In Missouri, a weary delegate is seen vomiting by the side of a building, sick over what she has just experienced.

In Kentucky they show up to find that their name is on a list prohibited from participation by the County Chairman.  He claims he did a drive-by the day before and they had a Libertarian sign in their yard and therefore cannot participate in a GOP caucus.

In Nevada the microphones are only allowed for favored candidates and are turned off when a young Hispanic tries to speak.  There are lots of Hispanics among this crowd. Parliamentary rules are ignored.  Prospective delegates are intimidated.

In Virginia, they are tricked into leaving the building, told that if there is no quorum the vote can be delayed until the rest of their people show up.  But once out of the building the County Chairman, herself, locks the door so they can’t get back in.

In Alaska, election times are changed and their names are excluded from robo calls announcing those changes. Participants from all of the other campaigns are invited.  Insiders are reportedly allowed to vote in caucuses by telephone conference calls, meanwhile, young people who show up are turned away in droves, saying they are too late or not registered, in spite of showing registration documents.

In Maine, a county chairman cancels the caucus, knowing that they will have a strong showing.  A GOP official transfers false data and her phony numbers are caught by a local newspaper.

In an Oklahoma county convention a corrupt chairman adds new delegates who didn’t attend precinct caucuses and eliminates those who actually did.  Another establishes a credentials committee which eliminates anyone under the age of thirty.

And yet, on they come, in spite of the pain, the inconvenience, the open hostility of the Party bosses.  They are like a tide of the ocean.  And for every precinct or county where they are violated or cheated, there is another where their sheer numbers prevail.  These are the Ronulans, the Ron Paul supporters, trying to take back the Mothership from the corrupt Empire.  And unseen, unheralded by the national media, they are showing signs of success.

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