Apr 9, 2012
Support for candidate Ron Paul is escalating exponentially in California, due to the mainstream media's decision to declare Republican rival Mitt Romney the "inevitable nominee."
With humorous irony, the media cartel is proving to be Ron Paul's biggest ally by ignoring him.
Occupying street corners, campuses and stadiums across the state, young Californians are proving that voters still decide elections, not talking heads with an agenda.
Lest anyone forget, California remains the world's Media Capitol, so nobody distrusts media propaganda more than a Californian. The Golden State is exceptional, and it has more delegates than any state.
Ron Paul is packing stadiums across California while breaking attendance records.
Quite impressive for an "invisible" candidate, really.
Mitt Romney and friends desperately want Ron Paul to be finished and gone before the June California primary but, apparently, the people do not.
Ron Paul Mania is sweeping California, undaunted by the lack of major media coverage. The Internet reigns supreme in 2012.
Is Ron Paul really that popular in California? Watch the following video and see for yourself. If your browser won't let you see it, use another browser that's not politically-motivated.
RON PAUL WINNING IN CALIFORNIA