Text Messages Show HD2 Legislative Appointment Rigged by Democrats  | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Text Messages Show HD2 Legislative Appointment Rigged by Democrats 

The slate of finalists sent to the governor to pick a replacement for the late state Rep. Clift Tsuji was already decided before the public interviews and votes, according to a screen-shot of a text message obtained by the newspaper prior to Saturday’s voting.

The text message between Democratic Party District 2 Chairman Micah Alameda and Vice Chairman Derek Inaba named the winning candidate in each of three rounds. The message, bearing a 9:02 p.m. time-stamp, was obtained by West Hawaii Today from several sources early Saturday morning, before the voting began.

“Yes we are all set and good to go. Our entire crew is locked and ready. We have 9,” Alameda said in the text.

“Ok. So Moana round 1 Stacy round 2 and Chris round 3?” Inaba asks.

“Yes. All 9 have agreed!” Alameda answers.

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