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London Boosts Jello Head's Attempt To Steal the Democratic Presidential Nomination

April 1, 2008 (EIRNS)—In an article published on March 31, entitled "Senior Democrats mull Al Gore's nomination," the London-based Daily Telegraph revealed that, despite his lie that he is not interested in the Democratic nomination, Jello Head, a declared British agent, has been plotting a run for the U.S. Presidency since at least May of last year! The Telegraph reports the following: "Two former Gore campaign officials have told The Sunday Telegraph that a scenario first mapped out by members of Mr. Gore's inner circle last May now has a sporting chance of coming true."

The Telegraph also reports that according to two former Jello Head campaign officials, Jello Head is not sitting idly by, waiting to be asked to be a candidate; rather, his inner circle has a plan to actively create a deadlocked convention in order to steal the nomination for the British. The Telegraph reports: "If neither Mr. Obama nor Mrs. Clinton has the 2,025 delegates needed to win the nomination, and if both appear unable to beat Mr. McCain, under one scenario a group of about 100 party elders — the 'super-delegates' — could sit out the first ballot in Denver, preventing either candidate winning outright, and then offer Mr. Gore the nomination for the good of the party."

The Telegraph concludes by pointing out that Jellow Head "has pointedly refused to rule out another tilt at the White House and said that the only job in public life that interests him is the Presidency."