Saturday, November 19, 2016

Neil J. Gillespie for President - Petition SC16-2031

Florida Supreme Court Petition No. SC16-2031 


Diehl v. Moore, 767 So. 2d 615 - Fla: Dist. Court of Appeals, 1st Dist. 2000 

Petition No. SC16-2031 challenged the constitutionality of lawyers (judicial branch) running for president. (executive branch). Under Separation of Powers, there are three branches of government: Legislative branch, executive branch, and judicial branch.

Petition No. SC16-2031 challenged the constitutionality of political parties, which are not in the constitution. George Washington was not in a political party, and he advised against them. Evidence in the JamPAC lawsuit suggests the Democratic Party primary was rigged against Bernie Sanders.

Petition No. SC16-2031 challenged ballot access laws that make it almost impossible to run as a write-in candidate, and virtually impossible to become president unless you are the candidate for the Democratic Party, or the Republican Party.

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