- Law Cases
from PPSimmons, ©2013
(May 2, 2013) — As many listeners to Freedom Friday With Carl Gallups on 1330 WEBY Northwest Florida’s Talk Radio know – Lt. Mike Zullo and Carl Gallups recently went to CPAC and Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. to garner VIP support for the upcoming Obama Fraud criminal prosecution case. One VIP, a Congressman, met with Zullo and Gallups in a conference room just outside the House Chambers at that CPAC visit.
That Congressman and his Chief of Staff promised to make arrangements to meet with Zullo and Gallups in the Congressman’s home state in a short while after that visit to Capitol Hill. The purpose of the upcoming meeting was for Zullo to bring hard, physical evidence of the Obama fraud case for the Congressman’s personal observation and edification. The Congressman also offered that he could have the documents ‘examined’ by his own (presumably federal) examiners. The Congressman sits on a powerful committee that could have this examination done.
Gallups has reported on several occasions on his radio program which reaches a large national audience as well as an international audience – that the Congressman reneged on his promised meeting and evidence examination. According to Gallups, the reason he is getting ready to “out” the Congressman’s name, along with his Chief of Staff, is because of the way the cancellation of cooperation was handled.
Gallups relates, “After Lt. Zullo and I had made all the necessary arrangements to travel to the Congressman’s home state office, I got a call from his Chief of Staff. The travel arrangements had been made because the Congressman’s booking secretary and his Chief of Staff had been in email and telephone conversation with me confirming all the details of the meeting. After the meeting details were made, the Chief of Staff called me and said, ‘Congressman _______ will not be able to make the meeting. He will not be able to meet with Lt. Zullo.’ When I asked him ‘why?’ the Chief of Staff responded, ‘The Congressman doesn’t remember ever making those arrangements. He doesn’t remember agreeing to any such meeting.’”
Gallups indicated that his first reaction was utter shock. “I was flabbergasted,” Gallups said. “I had been on the phone and sending and receiving emails for days – directly from the Congressman’s office and then the Chief of Staff calls me and says something to the effect of ‘we don’t remember any such arrangements.’ It was utterly astounding. I reminded the Chief of Staff that I possessed the entire email trail, including emails from him! The phone went silent. I don’t think he had thought of that. The whole conversation was surreal. I told him that it was surreal. The Chief of Staff never relented on his story – he continually insisted that no such meeting was ever arranged. He would not address the fact that I was in possession of the email chain.”
Gallups (pictured at left) said, “I am getting ready to give the names of the Congressman, his booking secretary, and his Chief of Staff to the world. This is the very kind of political shenanigans that Washington does not need. The voters in this Congressman’s district need to know the dishonesty of his office and his highly unethical political dealings. The nation needs to know. If the Congressman had simply been a real man and called me and said he changed his mind and would rather not meet – I would have not said a public word about it. That would have been his prerogative. I am not going to ‘strong arm’ anyone to meet with us. The problem is that he apparently had his Chief of Staff call me and basically call me a ‘liar.’ I suppose he was questioning my ‘sanity.’ That is where he crossed the line with me. I will not be ‘strong armed’ either.”
When asked if he has heard anything else from the Congressman Gallups responded, “Not yet. I don’t expect to at this point. He knows I have the emails. He knows I will release them. It is all a matter of fact. I am not releasing them to ‘make’ him have a meeting. At this point, I would rather not meet with him. The case is moving along just fine without his input and help. When the case finally comes to light – this particular Congressman and his staff are going to look pretty irrelevant – in my opinion.”
Gallups had this interesting tidbit to add, “You know – just after the meeting with this Congressman on Capitol Hill, he got up to go back to the House Chambers for a vote. I walked him to the door and took his hand as we shook. I looked him in the eye and said, ‘Congressman, please tell me that you are dealing honestly here with me. Please tell me that you will keep your promise and meet with me.’ He then responded to me, ‘Carl, we are good to go.’ He said that twice! Even though he seemed sincere – there was a voice inside me that said, ‘He’ll never do it – he’s not being honest with you.’” Gallups said, “I guess I will listen more closely to that voice next time! Not only did he not keep his promise, but he had his staff member call me up and attempt to make believe that the meeting was never arranged. Unbelievable!”
Following is the redacted email chain. The Congressman, his Chief of Staff, and his booking secretary have had their names removed for the purposes of this article. Gallups promises that soon he will release the names of all of them. This email chain is provided here so that the reader may observe that the Congressman’s office was fully aware of the meeting and the attendance of Gallups and Zullo.
EMAIL CHAIN – REDACTED (Proving that the Congressman had FULL knowledge of the scheduled Zullo and Gallups meeting.)
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