• PART 6: Is This Why FCRP Delayed Delegate Transparency Until After RNC?

    June 24, 2024

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    We have highlighted the fact that the Fulton County Republican Party (FCRP) delayed disclosure of lack of fiduciary responsibility for the FCRP trust for over a decade, for approximately nine months since audit results, until after the RNC next month.

    GA GOP delegates to the convention were involved in this lack of fiduciary responsibility.

    Now a blockbuster report comes from The Washington Post of all places, detailing a plan to derail Trump's nomination by nefarious actions of a group of delegate actors at the RNC. Multiple states are allegedly involved.

    Does that include Georgia?

    GA GOP Chair Josh McKoon tried to nominate a former Dominion lobbyist at the GA GOP convention in Columbus as a delegate to the RNC. John Garst withdrew his name once challenged, The Georgia Record reported earlier.

    PHOENIX — Arizona delegates to the Republican National Convention gathered this month in a Phoenix suburb, showing up to get to know each other and learn about their duties.

    Part of the presentation included a secret plan to throw the party’s nomination of Donald Trump for president into chaos.

    The instructions did not come from “Never Trumpers” hoping to stop the party from nominating a felon when delegates gather in Milwaukee next month. They instead came from avowed “America First” believers hatching a challenge from the far right — a plot to release the delegates from their pledge to support Trump, according to people present and briefed on the meeting, slides from the presentation and private messages obtained by The Washington Post.

    The delegates said the gambit would require support from several other state delegations, and it wasn’t clear whether those allies had been lined up. One idea, discussed as attendees ate finger foods, was for co-conspirators to signal their allegiance to one another by wearing matching black jackets.

    Read the rest of the article here.

    The Georgia Record believes it is imperative the FCRP disclose all matters with the 'trust forensic review' before the RNC in Wisconsin.

    This is the only fair thing for the people of Georgia, and the nation.

    "THERE IS A PLOT........"

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    L Todd Wood

    L. Todd Wood is the CEO of Creative Destruction Media. He's also been a longtime national security columnist for the Washington Times, and other large publications. Visit LToddWood.com.

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    James Abely

    Georgia Governor Brian Kemp hates Trump. kemp’s wife, Marty, has said that she will not vote for Trump.

    Kemp is term limited. He is out on January 2, 2027. He plans to run for the US Senate in 2026. And possibly for president in 2028.

    A Trump victory kills those plans. Kemp Will quietly undermine trump.

    Josh McKoon is a Georgia state government employee. He works for Kemp.

    Sarah Thompson

    The “FCRP” isn’t PARTY MATERIAL under GA Election Law. FCRP, Inc., is a PRIVATE corp under Corp Law. Same with GRP, Inc.

    They don’t have to really DO Election Law. Whoever says they do doesn’t understand the diff btwn private & public interest.

    Nonprofit Corps in GA are controlled by their board of directors not paper tiger compliance by the SEB, the State Elections Division, elec superintendents, etc.

    So… they hope you look the other way with their private child games v. Trump.

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