A federal judge ruled in favor of a Republican delegate looking to free himself from Virginia laws that bound him to back a specific candidate at next week's convention, a narrow victory for the "Never Trump" forces, yet one that has no direct bearing on party rules. Judge Robert Payne in Virginia's Eastern District Court ruled Monday afternoon that the state cannot punish GOP delegate Beau Correll if he votes for a different candidate on the convention floor. State and party laws had bound him on the first ballot to Donald Trump, who won the state’s March 1 primary.Payne criticized the Virginia law binding delegates under threat of prosecution as a violation of Correll's First Amendment right to free speech and association. The victory comes just days before the Republican National Convention rules committee is slated to meet in Cleveland, where a group of "Never Trump" delegates will push to slash party rules that force delegates to be bound to certain candidates. That, they hope, would prompt a mass exodus from Trump and deny him the nomination, something they deem a necessary response to his controversial stances and comments, as well as unimpressive poll numbers. Correll celebrated the decision in a statement circulated by delegates unbound. This could quite possibly be the biggest political crime of 2016 so far. How many Americans want to guess since this came from a Federal Judges decision, that we don't even have to guess that the Obama team ordered this Federal judge to go against state law bound delegates in Virginia? If the Federal government through judges is going against state laws of bound delegates, then America we have a major fucking problem. This should be considered un-Constitutional for violating state rights in election laws by the Liberal Federal government.
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