New light on the San Diego coup

From Michael Collins:
And yet there is more…The record for the day Brian Bilbray was sworn in (June 6), is clear…sort of.

Check the article out. I’m thinking of writing a book called “The Varieties of Election Fraud” after this revelation.

Here’s the answer, ahead of time: Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House, got the word that Bilbray was officially elected from Ms. Susan Lapsley, Assistant Secretary of State for Elections, California Secretary of State Office…”

Check out the article. If you’re in California, you may want to get this around in a hurry. This blows away the San Diego Registrars defense against a recount in the pending law suit (decided Tuesday, TOMORROW). The Registrar says there is NO need to recount because the federal government assumed authority and jurisdiction when it swore Bilbray in.
BUT NOW WE KNOW THAT THEY RELIED ON STATE AUTHORITY TO DO SO AND THEY ADMIT IT. Amazing!

Mike

Election Nullification 2: Speaker’s Special Source

Monday, 28 August 2006, 5:55 pm
Opinion: Michael Collins

Election Nullification II: Speaker of House had Special Source for Election “Certification”

California Assistant Secretary of State for Elections Tells House Clerk, it’s all good!
By Michael Collins
“Scoop” Independent Media
Washington, DC

What would you think if you heard that a Member of Congress was sworn in prior to the official certification of his hotly contested and controversial election?

Would it matter to which political party the Member of Congress belonged?

On August 25, 2006, “Scoop” revealed that there was something very wrong with Brian Bilbray’s swearing in as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Republican Bilbray allegedly defeated Francine Busby in a close and controversial special election in California’s 50th Congressional District. There were immediate cries of foul and demands for both an investigation and a recount. The problems were well publicized before the swearing in.


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