Christina Jeffrey 2008 Presidential Primary Timeline

March 16, 2010 by  
Filed under SC Politics

Jeffrey must think us “inbreds” are pretty stupid.

I did some more research today and was able to develop a timeline for her presidential support claims.  Folks, How much can one flop in the wind on this issue?

Unfortuately, I was unable to find an instance where she claimed to support Ron Paul.  Her smoozing would sure indicate that she did, but we cannot find anything on record.

As for the claims she changed her mind from Rudy G to Hunter, I think this can be debunked with the timeline below.

January 2007

Duncan Hunter announced his campaign for President on January 25, 2007 in Spartanburg.  In the March 5, 2010 debate, Jeffrey claims that she was there and her daughter sung at the event.  This claim is in the WORD Debate Audio.

April 2007

Mike Littwin of the Rocky Mountain Times reports that Christina Jeffrey was a proud supporter of Rudy Giuliani.

“I want the United States of America to win the war against the terrorists,” Jeffrey said, explaining her support of Giuliani. “I think abortion is the No. 1 issue facing the people of America, but it’s not the No. 1 issue that a president can influence.”

November 2009

In an article written by Jason Spencer on Mike Huckabee, Jeffrey would not reveal who she supported in the 2008 Presidential primary.  What is she trying to hide?

March 2010

In the WORD Debate, Jeffrey claims she supported Duncan Hunter

You can read more on the Jeffrey Inbred scandal across the wires here:
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  • http://www.rachelforjustice.com Connie Mack Jr

    Jeffrey must think us “inbreds” are pretty stupid.* Gary

    Only you Gary! I totaly agree that you either stupid or completely naive or simply a example of a terrible wrong inbred South Carolina Redneck marriage from past history.

    I did some more research today and was able to develop a timeline for her presidential support claims. Folks, How much can one flop in the wind on this issue?

    Unfortuately, I was unable to find an instance where she claimed to support Ron Paul. Her smoozing would sure indicate that she did, but we cannot find anything on record* Wiz bang reporter

    No doubt you must be the dumbest rookie on-line wiz bang researcher in the history of the internet. In 1998, Congressman Ron Paul had a hugh fund raiser for Christina when she ran for Congress when Ron was not cool at that time. In 2004 she hosted a fund raiser for a Ron Paul candiate in a Congressional North Carolina race that had a massive turnout and the most attended semiar in the history of Duke University on diversity and the academic control of the Progressive corporate establishment on university campus’s…..She has always been a real trooper for the cause of liberty and anything you say is nothing but lies or simply stupidity or the lack of knowledge..I suggest you get your facts right and stop believing the myths of a phony Republican neo-con party which has destroy this nation.. Your claim as a conservative or somewhat of a tea party Paulie is phony as a 3 dollar Federal Reserve Note.

    Republican Conservatism has bought this nation to being a waterboy for massive corporate corruption and greed, a party of endness war mongering for the military industrial complex,a legal system that uses the new police state laws such as the Patriot Acts along with the most massive corportate supression of free speach or whatever is left of our Constitutional Rights and finally bankrupting beyond any reason way to pay the national debt for the next 3 thousand years. You are like a stupid or fool barbarian in Germina in 53 BC, you don’t know when you are defeated by the legions of Rome before a battle..Shaped up or stop going to a community on-line college to get your knowledge of history and politics……

    • http://www.theconservativist.com Gary Coats

      Connie, thanks for taking time out of your day to comment on this article. I am greatful for the insight into her past concerning her work for Dr. Paul in 98 and 04.

      My issues at the moment is that is appears she will tell people what they want to hear. I now have reports from people close to her campaign that she in fact voted for someone other than Hunter, Giuliani, or Paul. So who did she truly support and why not tell the constituents of the district she is trying to represent the truth? We have contacted her concerning this and are eagerly awaiting her response.

      As for my phony Paul support, you can read enough history here to see that I was a fervent Paul supporter. You can even ask my enemies who threatened to use that support against me if I crossed them.

      • http://www.boilingspringsteaparty.com Maria

        Please see the following message from a trusted friend, Ray Moore. -Talbert

        TALBERT:

        Thanks for your willingness to give me a chance to clarify and state what I know. See my statement below on Christina. All the things I wrote about I had direct involvement in with her except her years in College years and her Ph.D. work (E. Ray Moore at 803-691-9007(H)

        E. RAY MOORE’S STATEMENT ON DR CHRISTINA JEFFREY:

        False claims are being made concerning Dr. Christina Jeffrey and her alleged support for Guiliani in 2008 Presidential campaign. These rumors, I suspect, are being spread by a “master behind the scenes political slasher” working for 1 of the other campaigns. In late 2007 Christina and I both started out in support of Cong Duncan Hunter in SC’s GOP Presidential primary but switched to Cong Ron Paul when Hunter’s campaign collapsed about the same time Cong Ron Paul entered the race. She later told me that she and her husband, Dr. Robert Jeffrey, had at last minute shifted and voted for Gov. Mike Huckabee as the leading conservative in the SC Presidential primary in an effort to deny Sen. John McCain SC’s GOP delegates.

        Chris tina has had a long prior history of involvement in the “conservative movement” going back to her college years. She had run for US Congress in GA for Newt Gingrich’s old seat in the 1999 special election, when he retired from the US Congress. In a multi-candidate field she got about 25% of the vote in 2nd place behind Johnny Isakson who had backing of the establishment wing to the GA GOP. She ran on bread and butter conservative issues in much the same fashion she is running in SC’s 4th Congressional District. I was indirectly involved with the 1999 campaign, as I lived in SC, but I can verify her good limited government and conservative stands. I know her political and family history too and how she always supports a conservative candidate and issues over the moderate or liberal GOP candidates.

        But prior to the 2008 Presidential campaign Christina had been employed by her friend and current state GOP Chairman, Karen Floyd’s PR and Advertising Spartanburg firm. Karen was hired by Guiliani Campaign for fund raising work but Christina never worked on that account and her non-support of Guiliani was clear to all. She and I talked about this situation at the time Karen Floyd took the Guiliani account and Christina felt she could continue her employment with Karen’s firm and not be involved in the Guiliani campaign. This type thing happens in many campaigns where your employer supports or contributes to another candidate than you may not support. It is a false issue and claim that she supported Guiliani.

        Christina is the trustworthy and longtime movement and pro-family conservative in this race for 4th Congressional District, in my opinion. I have known her well for 15 years. She has been involved in the conservative movement since her PH.D. work at University of Alabama. As a tenured professor of political science and public administration at Kennesaw State University in GA, she reflected conservative and Constitutional issues as appropriate in the classroom and also in her outside class public life. She has done the same thing in several SC colleges or universities where she has served as an adjunct professor these last 10 years.

        Additionally Christina is a bona fide conservative intellectual who understands public policy well from a strict conservative and Constitutional point of view. She has lectured on these issue in and outside the classroom and written numerous academic and political journal articles and essays for several decades. She is a quick study and will be able to provide good leadership from the start should she be elected to Congress to represent the 4th Congressional District. Be careful not to fall for rumors by one of the other campaign’s consultants. Christina is a bona fide conservative with a proven record. She is doer and not a mere talker in the battle for limited government and conservative values.

        Call me if you want more on her record. (E. Ray Moore, Chaplain (Lt.Colonel) USAR Ret, Blythewood, SC at 803-691-9007(H)

  • Matt

    Should be pointed out that Jeffrey was working for Karen Floyd’s Palladian Group, which was retained to do consulting work for Rudy’s campaign in SC. But everyone who knows Christina knows that her support for Rudy wasn’t simply because she worked there. Her quote in the Rocky Mtn. Times you printed above is spot-on to what I know she said anecdotally to fellow Spartanburg Republicans.

  • Coriolanus

    Good lord. Your knowledge of history doesn’t extend back three years? I better not quiz you on the Romans. This all seems like speculation to me…does anyone remember how LONG that primary was? Everyone changed candidates a few times. I did. There was Hunter, who tanked in about a month, and Guiliani, who started off very strong and then tanked in the end because he couldn’t publicly commit to being pro-life, and then Thompson showed up somewhere along the way…and didn’t all true conservatives in South Carolina have to vote for Huckabee in the primary anyway, since the only two who had a chance of winning were Huckabee and McCain?

    Why aren’t we looking at candidates’ actual backgrounds and positions on the issues?

    • http://www.theconservativist.com Gary Coats

      Coriolanus, My problem is that she LIED to everyone in the district about who she voted for. She claimed she voted for Duncan Hunter on March 5th, not Mike Huckabee whom she is telling everyone now.

      • Pam

        Gary you are being transparent. So transparent that it shows that you are trying to split the Tea Party vote so that votes go toward your candidate. (AKA I am reading between the lines you type and I think I know who it is.) History proves that politicans plant a BAD SEED in order to win elections. You are proving it the more you type and slander Christina. I have learned that tactic so well I spot it when it starts. Others have too who haven’t really been outspoken but are just waking up and researching the candidates.

        By the way, I am sure there are many who REGRET having voted for a certain candidate. You don’t have to think that far back.

  • jt

    Gary, I have no problems with your articles except that you keep CAPITALIZING LIED. It just reminds me of someone else I know that liked to CAPITALIZE for DRAMATIC effect in pressers. Just saying…

  • Coriolanus

    I’m fairly certain she never said she voted for Duncan Hunter, only that she at one time supported him. Or do you have facts to the contrary?

  • http://www.boilingspringsteaparty.com Maria

    I am sharing an email from Talbert Black with Campaign for Liberty. Time that everyone knows the facts.

    Please see the following message from a trusted friend, Ray Moore. -Talbert

    TALBERT:

    Thanks for your willingness to give me a chance to clarify and state what I know. See my statement below on Christina. All the things I wrote about I had direct involvement in with her except her years in College years and her Ph.D. work (E. Ray Moore at 803-691-9007(H)

    E. RAY MOORE’S STATEMENT ON DR CHRISTINA JEFFREY:

    False claims are being made concerning Dr. Christina Jeffrey and her alleged support for Guiliani in 2008 Presidential campaign. These rumors, I suspect, are being spread by a “master behind the scenes political slasher” working for 1 of the other campaigns. In late 2007 Christina and I both started out in support of Cong Duncan Hunter in SC’s GOP Presidential primary but switched to Cong Ron Paul when Hunter’s campaign collapsed about the same time Cong Ron Paul entered the race. She later told me that she and her husband, Dr. Robert Jeffrey, had at last minute shifted and voted for Gov. Mike Huckabee as the leading conservative in the SC Presidential primary in an effort to deny Sen. John McCain SC’s GOP delegates.

    Chris tina has had a long prior history of involvement in the “conservative movement” going back to her college years. She had run for US Congress in GA for Newt Gingrich’s old seat in the 1999 special election, when he retired from the US Congress. In a multi-candidate field she got about 25% of the vote in 2nd place behind Johnny Isakson who had backing of the establishment wing to the GA GOP. She ran on bread and butter conservative issues in much the same fashion she is running in SC’s 4th Congressional District. I was indirectly involved with the 1999 campaign, as I lived in SC, but I can verify her good limited government and conservative stands. I know her political and family history too and how she always supports a conservative candidate and issues over the moderate or liberal GOP candidates.

    But prior to the 2008 Presidential campaign Christina had been employed by her friend and current state GOP Chairman, Karen Floyd’s PR and Advertising Spartanburg firm. Karen was hired by Guiliani Campaign for fund raising work but Christina never worked on that account and her non-support of Guiliani was clear to all. She and I talked about this situation at the time Karen Floyd took the Guiliani account and Christina felt she could continue her employment with Karen’s firm and not be involved in the Guiliani campaign. This type thing happens in many campaigns where your employer supports or contributes to another candidate than you may not support. It is a false issue and claim that she supported Guiliani.

    Christina is the trustworthy and longtime movement and pro-family conservative in this race for 4th Congressional District, in my opinion. I have known her well for 15 years. She has been involved in the conservative movement since her PH.D. work at University of Alabama. As a tenured professor of political science and public administration at Kennesaw State University in GA, she reflected conservative and Constitutional issues as appropriate in the classroom and also in her outside class public life. She has done the same thing in several SC colleges or universities where she has served as an adjunct professor these last 10 years.

    Additionally Christina is a bona fide conservative intellectual who understands public policy well from a strict conservative and Constitutional point of view. She has lectured on these issue in and outside the classroom and written numerous academic and political journal articles and essays for several decades. She is a quick study and will be able to provide good leadership from the start should she be elected to Congress to represent the 4th Congressional District. Be careful not to fall for rumors by one of the other campaign’s consultants. Christina is a bona fide conservative with a proven record. She is doer and not a mere talker in the battle for limited government and conservative values.

    Call me if you want more on her record. (E. Ray Moore, Chaplain (Lt.Colonel) USAR Ret, Blythewood, SC at 803-691-9007(H)

  • Bishop

    There are many instances of Jeffrey implying support for Ron Paul and implying she has his support. Here is one – date/time stamped:

    Jeffrey stated: “Ron Paul and I go way back. He supported me when I ran for Congress in 1999.”
    January 16 at 10:27am

  • http://www.dailypaul.com Brian Frank

    Bishop, you never liked two candidates at the same time?
    This is my guess and I bet that I am right!
    Jeffery worked for a company that worked for Giuliani, run by Karen Floyd,
    Jeffery supported Duncun Hunter until he dropped out early and then supported Ron Paul but finally decided to vote for Huckabee because she didnt want McSame to take SC? So to me, Jeffery takes a lot of thought in who she votes for in a Presidential Primary. I wish more people were like Christina Jeffery!