The Pardu

The Pardu
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Monday, November 17, 2014

GOP Again Caught Practicing Unlawful Election Practices




Why does one side seem to always skirt compliance with US law?

When the GOP yelps about voter fraud, do you actually believe there is fire under that GOP smoke?

When the GOP saturates friendly media (Fox and CNN) with lies in support of voter ID Laws, do you find the stories credible?  


Which political party seems to capture the most news regarding inappropriate or unlawful practice of politicking (election malfeasance outright manipulation and down and dirty trickery plus voter suppression).

If you actually believe the voter fraud smoke released by the GOP, consider the old axiom.  "Where there is smoke there is fire."  Yet, in the case of voter fraud the GOP release lots of smoke when the fire isn't much beyond that of an igniting stick march.


If you take a couple of minutes and acquaint with a piece published by the Institute of Southern Studies, the numbers may startle you. If the number from a fourteen year study of alleged voter fraud does not startle you, you should probably click-off the site. You have been 'salted' to the point of requiring hypertension medicine at the very of the words voter fraud.


Southern Studies Dot Org.  (31 cases of fraud from one billion votes cast)


The full CNN exclusive, here.
EXCLUSIVE: How the GOP used Twitter to stretch election laws



Chris Moody hosted a Facebook Chat at 1PM this afternoon. As FB threads go, I will say the chat appears to have been both civil and informative with a few additional links information that helps to absorb  the full story.

A partial thread


CNN started a Q&A.
7 hrs · Edited · 
It's a tale of political intrigue, secret messages and the 2014 elections - but did it violate campaign laws? CNNPolitics.com Senior Correspondent Chris Moody discovered anonymous Twitter accounts that shared polling information between Republican and outside groups. Ask your questions about the story now in the comments and Chris will be here to answer them at 1 p.m. ET.

It's a tale of political intrigue, secret messages and the 2014 elections - but did it violate campaign laws? CNNPolitics.com Senior Correspondent @ChrisMoody discovered anonymous Twitter accounts that shared polling information between Republican and outside groups. Ask your questions about the story now in the comments and Chris will be here to answer them at 12:30 ET.
End partial Facebook thread.


If we accept the fact the election "criminal" acts from the GOP are not the same as classic examples of the 31 voter fraud cases over a 14 year period, we cannot ignore the fact the GOP has again usurped the law adjudicated by its conservative SCOTUS.


Party leaders and Party election operatives knew their acts skirted the law. In a subsequent broadcast, Moody twice answered questions about the immediacy of Tweet cleansing once he probed the illegal election activity.

Your GOP at work.

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