Boston Tea Party National Chair Demands Accountability from Presidential Candidate on Background Claims

From Boston Tea Party National Chair Darryl Perry
Via IPR comments and BostonTea.US:

Ms. Briscoe,

This message is being copied to Pierre Crevaux and posted publicly online http://bostontea.us/node/1089. As you are aware, the issue of whether or not you were not completely honest in representing your credentials. Originally, the question of whether or not you were, in fact, part of the Board of Trustees of Howard Community College was brought up. Now, it seems you may have misrepresented whether or not you actually graduated from Howard CC – a contributor at Independent Political Report has sited that the College has said you have not graduated.

As Chair of the BTP, it is my responsibility to ensure the integrity of the Presidential nominating process. Even though the nominating convention is over, such accusations of misrepresentation are indeed affecting the integrity of the process. I request that within two weeks (not later than January 28, 2012) you either a) provide documentation to support your claims, b) post a public message stating that you misrepresented yourself and come clean with the truth, or c) post a message resigning your position as the Presidential nominee of the BTP.

If you do not comply with this request, I will consider your campaign within the BTP to be an act of fraud and will proceed with action to remove you from the BTP Presidential ticket.


In Peace, Freedom, Love & Liberty,
Darryl W. Perry
Chair Boston Tea Party National Committee
http://BostonTea.us

IPR note from Paulie: for background, see

BTP nominee Tiffany Briscoe not a graduate, says Community College Registrar by William Saturn

BTP nominee Tiffany Briscoe responds to Falsification Allegations by William Saturn

Candidate defeated for Boston Tea Party presidential nomination accuses nominee of falsifying resume by Paulie

16 thoughts on “Boston Tea Party National Chair Demands Accountability from Presidential Candidate on Background Claims

  1. D. Lou Shenoll

    Well handled DWP.

    Inquiry please? Will this mean a possible new nominating process ? If so, what is the requirements for said process? Centainly more than two dozen folk can be arroused to participate if there is a well publisized campaign.

  2. inDglass

    I agree that Darryl is handling this really well.

    If we have to go through the nomination process again, we definitely need to publicize it better. The candidate pool for the nomination was very weak. In my opinion, now would be the time to start recruiting some candidates. Despite my respect for Robert Milnes, his candidacy would not be very representative of the BTP platform. NOTA would be a better alternative, but the FEC’s 4th quarter 2011 reports show NOTA significantly behind Milnes in fundraising. Lol.

  3. paulie Post author

    If we have to go through the nomination process again, we definitely need to publicize it better. The candidate pool for the nomination was very weak. In my opinion, now would be the time to start recruiting some candidates.

    Is that actually allowed under BTP bylaws? I seem to recall a recent comment from Knapp saying it’s not, but I could be remembering that wrong.

    FEC’s 4th quarter 2011 reports show NOTA significantly behind Milnes in fundraising. Lol.

    My sources tell me they have actually raised the exact same amount.

  4. Winston T. Flowers

    Has anyone called to see whether Tiffany’s business is real?

    And what happened to her planned appearance on Russia Today?

  5. paulie Post author

    That was in response to

    Richard Winger Says:
    January 13th, 2012 at 9:57 am
    #1, I’m not sure why, but the Boston Tea Party disappeared from the Florida list of qualified parties months ago.

  6. Root's Teeth Are Awesome

    Is that actually allowed under BTP bylaws?

    Bylaws, like any law, are only relevant to the extent that they’re enforced.

    What if the BTP dumped Briscoe and held a new nomination, bylaws be damned?

    What would happen?

    Unless Briscoe sued, would anyone else even care?

    Would anyone apart from the small community of third party watchers even notice?

  7. johncjackson

    Miles has it all figured out. BTP only needs a new election if they fail to nominate him, since he was 3rd. That guy who came in 2nd? uh, well, yeah, you can just skip that Republican.

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