By BILL MCKERLEY
Republican Party of Los Alamos County
First of all, and most importantly, RPLA extends its condolences and prayers to the families of those who lost their lives or those who were injured in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6.
In a recent, public forum, the following question was asked: “Does the Republican Party of Los Alamos stand on the side of condoning or condemning the riot in/around the capitol building?”
I assume the question is sincere and that the person asking will accept the response in an open, bipartisan manner. The Republican Party of Los Alamos does not condone the “riot in/around the capitol building.” We condemn all rioting, all attacks on police officers, all burnings of public buildings, all destruction of public and private property, and all destruction of the livelihoods of people whose businesses have been destroyed by rioters and looters.
We understand why millions of people are angry, but that does not justify violence or mob action. We understand from listening to the state hearings on election fraud, why millions of people feel that their votes did not count in the 2020 election. Those interested can go online to listen to the hearings in such states as Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Arizona.
During these hearings, witnesses testified under oath and by signed affidavits that:
- Thousands of ballots were counted in secret, as poll watchers were kept out of the room.
- Thousands of damaged mail-in ballots were duplicated by poll workers.
- That when trying to verify correct steps in the voting process, they were cursed at and threatened with violence.
- At the Pennsylvania hearing, an election security specialist claimed that there was a discrepancy of around 700,000 ballots between the number of mail-in ballots sent out and the mail-in ballots that were received.
- And during the Georgia election hearing, Inventor Jovan Hutton Pulitzer hacked live into the Dominion system. “WE ARE IN,” Pulitzer said. “And it’s not supposed to have Wi-Fi and that’s not supposed to be able to happen so we’ve documented now it’s communicating two ways in real time, meaning it’s receiving data and sending data — should never happen, shouldn’t be Wi-Fi, we’ve now documented it in real time.”
Millions of Americans are frustrated and angry that the vast amount of evidence for massive fraud has been dismissed and ignored. But millions did not storm the capitol building in D.C. And Americans should not denounce millions for the actions of a comparative few, whether that comparative few are rioting in Portland, Los Angeles, or D.C.
Again, the Republican Party of Los Alamos condemns all violence and mob action in every city of America. We also assert that efforts to prevent election surety and to enable election fraud are hostile to representative governance of this great nation. The integrity of the ballot must be established!
We call on all citizens of whichever party to stand peacefully with us to insure full and undiminished representation in voting.