November 21, 2000 Happy Thanksgiving!
HILLARY TO USE SENATE SEAT FOR 2004 PREZ RUN
Hillary Wants to Quash Constitution; Abolish Electoral College
The greatest disappointment, so far, of election 2000 is certainly the
victory of Hillary Clinton as New York’s newest Senator. Despite her
public denials, it is well-established that Hillary is planning to use
her new Senate seat as campaign headquarters for "Hillary for President
2004." CIC plans to keep a keen eye on Hillary’s actions on Capitol
Hill and intends to add a special "Hillary Watch" section to its
website http://www.conservativeaction.org "We’ve been exposing her
criminal actions and socialist power schemes for 8 years, so CIC is an
experienced public watchdog on these matters," says CIC’s Scott Lauf.
In her first act as Senator-elect recently during a victory tour of New
York state, Hillary Clinton publicly endorsed legislation that would
alter the constitution and abolish the Electoral College-- her first
step to "popular" (read stolen) election.
GORE LAUNCHES COUP D’ETAT OVER FLORIDA RECOUNT
Help Pressure Gore to Do the Honorable Thing: Accept Defeat
George W. Bush won the Florida recount. Bush won several thousand
absentee ballots Friday, November 17th, but corrupt Florida officials
discounted a thousand military ballots, declaring war on the men and
women who defend America.
Vice President Gore is a vote stealing chad-eating crook attempting
to overturn these results by "hand-counting" ballots in four selected
Democratic counties where blantant fraud is rampant. Speaking to
conservatives in Washington at the Conservative Leadership Conference
CIC's Jack Clayton said "Al Gore is thwarting the will of the people of
Florida and is stealing this election." CIC is
urging all supporters to e-mail, call, and write the Gore campaign and
demand that Mr. Gore and Mr. Lieberman respect the constitution and
accept the results of Tuesday’s election:
601 Mainstream Drive
Nashville, TN 37228
TAKE PART IN ANTI-GORE PROTESTS IN YOUR CITY
CIC is sponsoring and encouraging supporters to take to the streets and
participate in demonstrations against Al Gore’s election theft. There
are rallies tentatively scheduled at noon every Saturday, in Washington
at the White House and at the Vice President's official residence until
Gore and Clinton surrender the White House. CIC members are leading
rallies in 50 cities and urge all supporters to oppose Gore and
Clinton's criminal activities.
IMPEACHMENT MANAGERS PREVAIL
Eleven of the 13 impeachment managers easily won their re-elections,
some by resounding 20+ point margins in Tuesday’s election. Only Rep.
James Rogan (R-CA), who was heavily targeted by the Hollywood elite,
Rep. Bill McCollum (R-FL), who was running for the Florida Senate, were
defeated. “These victories clearly vindicate all of us real Americans
who bravely supported the impeachment of Bill Clinton,” says CIC’s Jack
ANTI-IMPEACHMENT CHUCK ROBB OUSTED FROM SENATE
In another sweet victory for the forces of impeachment, Democratic
incumbent Senator Charles Robb (D-VA) went down in defeat against
Governor George Allen. It should be recalled that Robb was one of the
Senate’s most ardent defenders of Bill Clinton’s crimes and voted "no"
on both articles of impeachment. CIC wishes to thank all those
supporters who helped bring out Virginia voters to oust Sen. Robb.
KEY POPE WITNESS RECANTS TESTIMONY
Russian professor Anatoly Babkin, whose testimony was considered
in prosecuting American Edmond Pope, has reversed his previous
statements and is now confirming that he did not meet with Mr. Pope nor
pass to him secret information. This recent development in Mr. Pope’s
kangaroo court trial in Moscow is welcoming news and is one more step
towards freedom for Mr. Pope. Stayed tuned with CIC at
http://www.conservativeaction.org for the latest news on his trial.
A COUP D’ETAT #2 SCENARIO FOR GORE?
If Gore loses the "official" Florida recount/hand-count results and
fails in his impending court battles, the Vice President still has an
"ace in the hole" to become president, writes Joseph Farah of
WorldNetDaily.com. On January 6th, the Electoral College count of each
state has to be officially certified by the President of the U.S.
Senate, who is none other than Al Gore. Will Gore disqualify the
Florida results and thus declare himself the new President? The 12th
Amendment could be abused to allow him to do this. Read more about
scenario by clicking to Joe Farah’s column at
DID GORE COMMIT VOTE FRAUD?
Allegations are pouring in from across the Sunshine State and several
other states that Al Gore’s operatives may have committed voter fraud.
In Pensacola, Florida, for example, there are reports that absentee
ballots requested by Bush voters were deliberately mailed to Gore
people, and signatures on these ballots were forged and then mailed
back. Rep. Joe Scarborough (R-FL) has alleged that absentee ballots
requested by military personnel, who are largely pro-Bush, were never
delivered to them by the Clinton Pentagon. Military ballots could be
crucial in deciding Bush’s victory in Florida. Congressman Scarborough
is calling for an official congressional investigation. CIC urges all
supporters to e-mail, write, call and fax Rep. Floyd Spence (R-SC),
Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee:
Honorable Floyd Spence
2405 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 225-2455 (Fax)
BUSH CAN STILL WIN THE POPULAR VOTE
At current count Al Gore holds a small 97,773 popular vote majority
nationally over George Bush, down from a margin of 222,127 on Tuesday
night. Mail-in ballots from Oregon and Washington state, and over 1
million absentee ballots in the state of California, are still being
counted which could tip the balance to Bush. A new count in New Mexico
has currently given Bush a 17-vote lead. In addition, there may be
recounts in Iowa, Wisconsin, and New Hampshire, states where Gore won by
less than 1%, which could add more votes to the Bush column.
VOTERS REJECT CLINTON/GORE IN TN, AR, 27 STATES
Clinton, the job the Senate refused to do," stated Pat Buchanan shortly
before the election. And Pat may be right. While the final verdict has
yet to be rendered, it is safe to conclude that Americans in 29 states
including Clinton's home state of Arkansas and Gore's home state
ofTennessee <96> have convicted both President Clinton and Al Gore for
eight years of criminal corruption. "It is clear from these final
results that both Clinton and Gore have been shamed and humiliated by
millions of American voters," says CIC's Steve Miroy.
CONGRESS RECONVENES IN LAME-DUCK SESSION
Congress is reconvening this week to finalize appropriations bills and
other legislation that they failed to vote on before the elections. It
is expected that Clinton will play hardball with Congress by demanding
additional pork-barrel projects and other provisions before signing
anything into law. With the extenuating crisis of the presidential
election, it is possible Clinton could shut down the government to
divert any negative attention upon the Gore camp.
CLINTON TO COURT COMPANY W/ COMMUNISTS
As part of his "legacy" project, President Clinton is intent upon
building bridges to the most reviled pariah states on earth. This week
Clinton is set to visit communist Vietnam to woo and coo them into
joining the global "family of nations." Mr. Clinton is also expected to
visit Stalinist North Korea before his presidency is over. Family
members of POW/MIAs in these countries should not expect any justice
with Clinton's upcoming taxpayer-funded globetrots.
CLINTON ENACTS ANOTHER LAND-GRAB FOR FEDS
Bypassing Congress again with his executive orders, President Clinton
federalized over 940,000 acres of land in Idaho and Montana recently by
severely restricting access and use of this land by the American
public. This is not new for Mr. Clinton, who has signed dozens of
executive orders stripping American citizens of their property rights.
The real fear is how many more of these illegal enactments will take
place in the waning days of Clinton's presidency.
CLINTON DISBARMENT CASE MOVES FORWARD
The Arkansas Supreme Court's Committee on Professional Conduct has
demanded that President Clinton admit or deny under oath whether the he
mislead attorneys in his Paula Jones deposition, statements which later
led to his contempt of court charge. Clinton has 30 days to respond.
It is likely that a full hearing on disbarment will take place before
Clinton leaves office.