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VW's Open Letter to his Maryland Neighbors -- Vote Trump!


Victor Williams  published an Open Letter addressed to all Marylanders who will be voting on April 26.  (Professor Williams lives in Bethesda, Maryland).

Williams did not enter this presidential race until mid-March. Maryland's early "write-in" filing deadline (February 3) prevented his candidacy in his adopted-beloved home state.

Thus, on Tuesday April 26th, Professor Williams will proudly cast his Maryland vote for Donald J. Trump.

In January, it was Donald Trump's candidacy that had led Victor Williams to return to the GOP and change his party registration. 

Williams urges his Maryland neighbors to join him in relegating Lyin' Ted to a distant third place in the "Old Line State."

Ted Cruz continues to tell the biggest lie ever in American politics – that he is constitutionally eligible to be President.

Cruz's falsehood is of constitutional proportions.  In order to gain ballot access, Ted Cruz has repeated the Big Lie many times over to 50 state election officials – the eligibility lie was made in writing and under oath.  

Having told the Big Lie so often for so long, has Cruz now convinced himself of eligibility?  No – Cruz knows the truth and so do Democrats. 

 If Cruz is nominated,  the Democrats will spend unlimited amounts of hard and soft cash to expose Cruz's obvious ineligibility in every one of the 50 states.  

If Ted Cruz is nominated for the top or bottom of the ticket, Democrats, like Alan Grayson, have pledged to immediately sue.  Scores of millions of dollars will be thrown into multiple litigation efforts to disqualify Cruz.  

VW's Open Letter also tells Pennsylvania's unbound 54 Delegates (not to be pledged on April 26) that a vote for Cruz in July is a vote for Hillary Clinton in November.  

And the Open Letter also asks all unpledged RNC member-delegates -- returning from their Florida Spring Meeting  -- to face reality:  The Clinton war-machine will destroy Ted Cruz on the eligibility issue. 

The nomination contest is a state-by-state election process.
In other states where he is a candidate, Victor  Williams continues  to campaign hard as a "write-in" candidate for the Republican nomination even as he continues to prosecute ballot fraud charges against Ted Cruz.    

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