The Populist Movement is talking over the GOP one committeeman position at a time, and that is good news to Dan Schultz, who has made it his life’s mission to spread a call to action to others, that if they want to save the Republic and elect more people like Donald J. Trump to represent them, they need to join the GOP and become a precinct leader. Now he has proof that he is on the right track.
“One of my political maxims: When RINOs get outnumbered by conservatives on any given Party committee, they usually quit. And it just happened in Greenville County, SC, where three of the RINO officers decided they didn’t want to play with all those “new” people who came into the Party as precinct delegates,” Schultz told me.
Key Point: “Good things happen when conservatives unite and organize politically in a . . . wait for it . . . political party committee,” Schultz told me, and it happened in South Carolina.SHAKE UP IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Liz Wrennall, of of the SCGOP, who found Schultz on The War Room podcast with Steve Bannon, wrote to him and told him about the resignations that were shaking the South Carolina Republican Party:
Fresh Leadership for Greenville GOP Top three committeemen “Resign.”
Jennifer Black – Chairman
Stacy Shea – Vice Chair
Randy Page, State Executive Committeeman
The recently declared winner of the Greenville County GOP chairmanship appointed a special committee to look into purported fraud, cheating, and electioneering by the prior GCGOP administration. Steven Brown was chosen to be chairman of said committee. The committee enumerated 44 findings of the Fact that exposed purported ballot harvesting, cheating, fraud, electioneering, incomplete data, tampered and redacted forms, as well as potential money laundering. While most of the report implies that former chairman Nate Leupp was the ringleader, it is clear there were others involved in collusion on different fronts. There was a special meeting called on 7 July by Ms. Black, Mr. Brown, and the committee to put all the information and facts on the table. Since that meeting, all three of the above committee members have resigned as of today. Here’s the announcement of the resignations:
“Stacy, Randy, and I are committed to affecting public policy in Greenville County, South Carolina, and our great nation on issues that fellow conservatives care deeply about—whether that be lower taxes, religious and personal liberties, or free markets and limited government.
We firmly believe an engaged and informed citizenry is what is needed in our county and our state. Our desire as the leadership of the Greenville County Republican Party was to provide practical education on the issues that affect us while giving Republicans the tools they needed to practically engage their elected officials and see real change occur.
Over the last three months, we have met many good people—people who are new to the process are eager to learn. We appreciate their energy and desire to learn and advance conservative ideals.
While we have longed for the opportunity to jointly develop strategies, connect, and do the real work, we have been constantly railroaded the entire time, directly caused by leadership from MYSCGOP and the Greenville Tea Party. It has been made exponentially clear to us by leadership within these entities that their focus will solely be on continued in-fighting, discord, and placing continual barriers to any attempts at effective work on our behalf, rather than coming together jointly to be effective in the political landscape against our real opponents.
Continual lawsuits, threats of lawsuits, intimidation, threats, bullying, disenfranchisement, and character assassination, as promised by the leadership of
mySCGOP.com and the Greenville Tea Party, do not advance anything positive much less promote any level of political discourse or change. The tone of the leadership of these entities is clearly destructive to the tenets of the Republican Party, and we will not be a part of it.
While we have patiently sought resolution addressed the constant baseless accusations, and always demonstrated transparency and a willingness to move forward, it has been met with barricades at every turn.
As such, our energy is best used elsewhere to positively engage legislative issues that affect us, our families, and the citizens of our great state.
We deeply appreciate our supporters and those elected officials who stand on the line and fight for us every day.
We remain in the fight for conservative ideals; however, we resign effective immediately from our county-wide posts.
Jennifer Black, Chairman
Stacy Shea, First Vice Chairman
Randy Page, State Executive Committeeman
MAGA MOVEMENT IN THE GOP TOOK THEIR PLACE
Dan Schultz of the Precinct Strategy Project saw the move as a victory for the Republic. Schultz appeared in the War Room with Steve Bannon to discuss the SCGOP and his project to do the same around the country.
Going down a Rabbit Hole:
First, the resignations of those who rigged (or allowed the rigging of) the organizational meeting elections of the officers:
Then, the SC GOP “conservative” Chair decides to attack the new MAGA people calling them lepers and more.“(It will) essentially be a leper colony for the next year-and-a-half,” McKissick told Lovegrove.
Wait … did McKissick just refer to the MAGA movement in South Carolina as a bunch of lepers?
Why yes … yes he did.
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Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776