BREAKING NEWS: Fraud Proven: Webster AND Quatrano Caught in LiesSubmitted by Dr.K.Research on Mon, 02/13/2012 - 21:02
Caucus Chairs Told All Votes Would Count Weeks Ago:
My Interview with Sandi Blanchette,
Bucksport, Orland, Verona
February 11th, 10:00 A.M.
G. Herbert Jewett School
66 Bridge Street, Bucksport
Caucus Contact Person: Sandi Blanchette
Feb. 13, 2:00 p.m:
Blanchette knows what really went on in those caucuses, both during them and before. She was livid. Keep in mind she is an avid Santorum fan. Nothing I could do could dislodge her. This is the woman who predicted to me on Friday, Feb. 10, that Ron Paul would be the winner, not even mentioning any major Romney presence. 'Romney who?,' was the general attitude in the run-up.
The discrepancies from her reports versus the verbage bandied about by the mass media are extensive. First, she said that the GOP announced that her area favored Gingrich, which was a total lie. In her caucus, which she chaired, only 23 people showed up. Of these 10 voted for Santorum (including her and her husband), 7 for Paul and the rest split up for other candidates. Delegates were 4:1 Santorum to Paul.
She rattled off all sorts of names of people involved in the deception, emphasizing Charlie Webster. She said Webster had told the people of Maine “Don’t worry. It will count. It will be announced at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday,” apparently referring to the full count of the caucuses.
Now, here is where Blanchette’s rage and frustration really showed. She said regarding Charlie Webster, “At 6:30 he announced ‘some people’ “didn’t care” — didn’t want to be a part of the process. Blanchette said this is an absolute lie. She added Chris Gardener said publically that on Friday, February 10th, that Washington County was cancelled.
Then, she made something perfectly clear, which was that there was "no excuse" for this. She said she expressed this in rage to AP. This is the fact that there is no excuse for these shenanigans. The caucus chairs worked so hard for these caucuses and people were excited for Maine: excited to come out--excited to be represented and make a difference. Yet, it was all for naught. Now, people are saying they will never caucus again, "What’s the use?" Said Blanchette, “We set this two months ago, for the 4th, 11th, and 18th” and so “there is no excuse.”
That cancellation of Washington County, she reiterated, was a ruse. While she didn’t rule out weather as being an issue, she did say that in Maine people like herself have in the past endured two or three feet of snow with subzero temperatures without any issue. The point is, she said, the people of Washington County were led to believe that cancellation wouldn’t matter, because they were told their “votes would still count.” So on that basis alone they agreed. So, the weather isn't the issue. It is the deception, here, that is telling.
She confirmed, too, that it wasn’t the people who requested the cancellation but instead they were asked and/or told it would be cancelled by GOP officials.
On what basis did they accept this? Again, it was on the basis that, “Don’t worry, there is no way that your votes won’t matter; they will matter and they will be counted.” Thus, they were deceived. Blanchette made this clear repeatedly in our conversation, that the GOP did say directly that the “votes would still count.”