As I stated earlier, it is the duty of the Maryland Attorney General and the Maryland Election Board to enforce both Federal and state election law. The Maryland Attorney General would let the US Attorney General's Office know election violations are happening in the state. If these agencies fail to uphold Rule of Law, it is the Maryland Circuit Court responsible to provide justice for someone experiencing election fraud. It is the Federal Election Commission charged with investigating and providing justice for someone experiencing election fraud. If the FEC fails to do its duty.....then the Federal courts come into play.
MAKE NO MISTAKE-----ALL OF WHAT I SPEAK IN THIS ELECTION IS INDEED CLEAR ELECTION VIOLATION AND SYSTEMIC FRAUD. YOU ARE WITNESSING STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES REFUSING TO ACT IN THEIR CAPACITY TO PROTECT AND SERVE----TO ENFORCE RULE OF LAW.
This is no small matter and it reflects why more and more American people are not voting or feeling their votes do not matter. It is a systematic dismantling of our election system. We heard just recently that in Maryland over 630,000 voters are unaffiliated with a party and it is because of these illegal election practices.
THAT'S 1/3 OF MARYLAND VOTERS AND THOSE STILL IN PARTIES HAVE AN EXTREMELY LOW TURNOUT. IT IS THE SYSTEMIC ELECTION FRAUD THAT CREATES THE APATHY.
A political campaign is a non-profit entity and as such are susceptible to the same election laws as everyone else. So, when a candidate in a race participates in an election event or organizes an event that willfully and deliberately excludes candidates in that race------they are guilty of election violations. The practice of having one candidate invite two others to a forum or debate, deliberately leaving out others in a race constitutes a 501c3 violation of election law that says----do not damage a candidate's campaign. The same is true when these same candidates participate in an election event hosted by other organizations knowing that event violates election laws of excluding other candidates in a race.
When Anthony Brown invites Gansler and Mizeur to debate-----when Gansler, Mizeur, and Brown participate in forums while Cindy Walsh is protesting exclusion from these events as they walk by to the stage venue----they are actively breaking election law. Violating election law is a felony offense and as the guideline show below-----any candidate elected having committed a felony shall be ineligible to hold public office.
Keep in mind, this systematic censure of one candidate's campaign is VERY serious election violations. We will ask that the democratic primary results be disqualified and no democratic candidate move forward in the general election.
At the same time, Cindy Walsh for Governor of Maryland seeks her opportunity to participate in these elections and requests a reprieve from the election statute requiring registration for the general election by February 2014 allowing her to register as a Green Party candidate in Maryland's General Election of 2014 for Governor of Maryland.
MARYLAND STATUTES AND CODES Section 16-1001 - General penalty provisions. Listen § 16-1001. General penalty provisions.
Disqualification of candidate found in violation.- A candidate who is convicted of any practice prohibited by this article shall be ineligible to be elected or appointed to any public office or employment for a period of 5 years following the date of the conviction.
[An. Code 1957, art. 33, § 16-1001; 2002, ch. 291, §§ 2, 4.]
MARYLAND STATUTES AND CODES Section 5-101 - In general. Listen § 5-101. In general.
(a) Applicability.- This subtitle governs the process by which an individual becomes a candidate for a public or party office in an election governed by this article.
(b) Compliance required.- An individual's name may not be placed on the ballot and submitted to the voters at an election unless the individual complies with the requirements of this title.
[An. Code 1957, art. 33, § 5-101; 2002, ch. 291, §§ 2, 4.]
Cindy Walsh for Governor was told time and again that 3 of the democratic candidates would not appear at an event if I was invited, the candidates arranged their own debates/forums exclusive of me, and on many occasions physically saw me protesting my exclusion from events. Media constantly referred to the democratic race in ways that defined the contest with only 3 candidates in the race.
When someone knows an operation is acting illegally and chooses to participate with no acknowledgement of said crime they are now guilty of the crime itself. If you walk into a gambling activity and find it to be illegal but sit down anyway to participate-----you are just as guilty as those organizing the event. If any or all of those democrats for governor had refused to participate and/or made an official protest of illegal actions those charged with enforcement would have been pressured to act. It is the failure at all levels to report and refuse to participate in illegal activities that has allowed Maryland's election system to become systemically criminal.
Cindy Walsh even went to Jon Cardin----candidate for Maryland Attorney General and head of the Maryland Assembly Elections Committee -----to complain about the fraud and he said----'that's the way we do it in Maryland'.
Since the entire democratic primary was rife with fraud there is no way any one candidate can win this election. It is therefor necessary to void the primary election results and require the Maryland Democratic Party be monitored for a period of several gubernatorial election cycles by both state and federal officials for adherence to the letter of the law.
Pursuant to 18 USCS § 594, whoever intimidates, threatens, coerces, or attempts to intimidate, threaten, or coerce, any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of such other person to vote or to vote as he may choose, or of causing such other person to vote for, or not to vote for, any candidate for the office of President, Vice President, Presidential elector, Member of the Senate, Member of the House of Representatives, Delegate from the District of Columbia, or Resident Commissioner, at any election held solely or in part for the purpose of electing such candidate, shall be fined or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
The statute prosecutes individuals who conspire to commit any offense against the United States, or to defraud the United States or any agency thereof in order to violate election laws.
Pursuant to 18 USCS § 241, two or more persons are prohibited from conspiring to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any state, territory, commonwealth, possession, or district in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him or her by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his or her having so exercised the same.
42 USCS § 1985 provides that an action for damages where two or more persons have conspired to:
- deprive any person or class of persons of the equal protection of the laws, or of equal privileges and immunities under the laws;
- prevent or hinder the constituted authorities of any state or territory from giving or securing to all persons within such state or territory the equal protection of the laws; or
- prevent by force, intimidation, or threat any citizen who is lawfully entitled to vote from giving his or her support or advocacy in a legal manner toward or in favor of the election of any lawfully qualified person as an elector for President or Vice President, or as a member of Congress, or to injure any citizen in person or property on account of such support or advocacy.