Green Party to Jill Stein – Why?

The main stream media will probably not report this but the Green Party is upset with Jill Stein’s recount movement. Even they wonder why she is pursuing the recount when she doesn’t have a chance to win.

Dr. Margaret Flowers, Green Party candidate for Senate from Maryland, released a letter on her campaign site complaining about the misuse of time and funds in the Green Party’s name by Jill Stein for the recount.  The letter was signed by over 200 Green Party members, candidates and party officials.

The letter stated in part:

There are significant electoral reforms needed to make elections more democratic and more representative of the people. While we support electoral reforms, including how the vote is counted, we do not support the current recount being undertaken by Jill Stein.

The decision to pursue a recount was not made in a democratic or a strategic way, nor did it respect the established decision making processes and structures of the Green Party of the United States (GPUS).  The recount has created confusion about the relationship between the Green and Democratic parties because the states chosen for the recount are only states in which Hillary Clinton lost. There were close races in other states such as New Hampshire and Minnesota where Clinton won, but which were not part of the recount. And this recount does not address the disenfranchisement of voters; it recounts votes that were already counted rather than restoring the suffrage of voters who were prevented from voting.

As a candidate, Dr. Stein has the right to call for a recount. However, we urge the GPUS to distance itself from any appearance of support for either Democrats or Republicans. We are well aware of the undemocratic actions taken during the primaries by the DNC and the Clinton campaign. Greens cannot be perceived to be allied with such a party.”

So if Jill Stein did not follow the procedures of decision making in the Green Party and the Green Party did not want to be associated with Hillary Clinton nor was the recount in the best interest of the Green Party, then who is the puppet master behind Jill Stein’s recount campaign?  In addition, how did Stein raise so much money in such a short period of time to pay for the recount?

Lisa Kennedy grilled Jill Stein on her show Fox News Insider about how Stein was able to raise so much money in such a small period of time. Stein claimed it was through small donations.  Kennedy didn’t buy her story especially knowing that the Green Party only raised a little over $3 million for Stein’s presidential campaign. It was implausible.

But Kennedy may have nailed it when she suggested that George Soros may be the money man behind Stein’s recount campaign.  He has been financing a lot of the protests around the nation and has financed a host of radical agendas within the United States over the years.

Lisa Kennedy’s suggestion that George Soros is behind Jill Stein’s recount campaign makes sense.  He has the money and Trump is a threat to his radical schemes. Trump’s promise to “Make America Great Again” by returning prosperity to the United States poses a threat to the financés of George Soros. Soros business dealings thrive on chaos and Trump is seeking stability. So it is conceivable that Soros would finance Stein’s recount campaign to delay or derail Trump’s inauguration.

Eventually, the truth will emerge and the alliance of Stein and Soros is a very real possibility.


About camden41

Retired public school administrator Retired history professor: Taught Western Civilization, American Civil War, United States History, Economic History, Ancient & Medieval Foundations, American History Since 1945
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