In this You Tube feature, Bryan Spencer talks about the rigging of the votes in St. Charles, Missouri. Why the media was trusted to have cameras but citizens were not allowed.
“We don’t want people to see what actually goes into the caucuses.”
And how the police were notified in advance.
For those who missed it, the following video shows what happened that day. Anticipating that the majority of caucus goers would favor Ron Paul, the temporary chairman and GOP inside organizers planned to copy methods used in other counties. A pre-arranged delegate slate of Republican insiders would be voted on and declared won by acclamation, over the voices of protest by the attendees. If the majority didn’t like it they could complain.
If the numbers were too great and the deception too obvious, the temporary chairman would provoke the crowd and by pre-arrangment police would be called in to shut down the event. The latter proved quite easy. By announcing that only approved media could have video, that all other video would be banned, including video cell phones, the temporary chairman got what he wanted. The police, on standby, were called in.
When a former GOP County Chairman and Ron Paul supporter, who is handicapped, tried to give instructions to Ron Paul supporters, outside the venue, telling them when and where to meet, the temporary chairman followed him outside and had the police arrest him and take him away in handcuffs.