Sent: Friday, September 17, 2021 7:32 AM
Subject: Re: our plans together??
Planning for the future and preparing for the next steps are crucial if we are to succeed as a party.
This is especially true if we make the right choice tomorrow, September 18th, and vote to opt-out of the rigged open primary system that allows crooked Democrats to manipulate our nominations and put election integrity into serious question.
To make this effort as successful as possible, we need to know what comes after we opt-out and what the implications are down the road.
There is no question we, as a party, should opt-out, but what plan guarantees our success afterward?
What is Opt-Out? The Original Project
April 12, 2021 PROJECT: SAVE THE REPUBLICAN PARTY BY ENDING THE OPEN PRIMARIES
MARILYN HARRIS, COLORADO REPUBLICAN PARTY SECRETARY
(Includes discussion on what happens after opting out)
CLICK HERE to hear the interview of Dr. John Eastman on the Kim Monson show on Thursday, September 9, 2021.
Colorado's Open Primary
Is An Unconstitutional Abridgment of First Amendment Freedoms
By Dr. John C. Eastman and Charles Heatherly
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's majority (7-2) opinion in the landmark CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY, et al, V. JONES in 2000, which struck down California's Initiative 198, can help illuminate the current controversy over Colorado's open primary, a radical political reform adopted in November of 2016 by enactment of Proposition 108. The petitioners who took that California case to the U.S. Supreme Court included the California Republican Party and the California Libertarian Party.
Guest Post: The Blueprint 2.0 by Sarah Harrison & Karl Honegger
Excerpts from the article:
This article is an in-depth look at the Financial Connections of the Colorado Political Class.
In 2008, the Blueprint was revealed to doers and donors outside of Colorado. The Blueprint was the plan of four key donors, Jared Polis (current Colorado Governor), Pat Stryker, Rutt Bridges, and Tim Gill, to turn this once vibrantly red state a dark shade of purple. It involved targeting key races and pouring in money that had rarely been seen there before, and this plan was given the ability to succeed because of redistricting and reapportionment in the 2000s.
Now we see a new group rising, with out-of-state interests at the helm, hoping to pull off a Blueprint 2.0. This group, unlike the original Blueprint, is shrouded in dark money, with very little transparency but a very clear agenda: change the landscape of Colorado elections forever.
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