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The Patriots News Fri, 31 Oct 2014 19:42:30 GMT  

The National Popular Vote Fallacy
In 2000, out of a total popular vote of 101,455,900, the Gore-Lieberman ticket won a narrow majority, 50,999,900 votes (50.26%) to 50,456,000 (49.74%) for Bush-Cheney.

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Hagan Refuses to Give Herself a Grade As Senator

Sen. Kay Hagan refused to give her performance in the U.S. Senate a grade in an interview that aired Thursday evening.  

Speaking to WFMY News 2 anchor Frank Mickens, Hagan avoided and then refused to provide an answer to how she would grade her first term in office.

Mickens: If you had to give yourself a grade on your first term, what would you give yourself?

Hagan: You know, I think the partisan gridlock has certainly frustrated me. It’s frustrated me. 

Mickens: But personally what would you give your performance.

Hagan: I'm not gonna give myself a grade, you know.

Mickens: So what would you give Congress in general? What grade would you give Congress in general?

Hagan: "I think I think we need to make significant change. We've got to be sure that people like me, the most moderate Senator, has the ability to work across the aisle and get things done.

Mickens: So not a "C," I don't hear you saying a "B" or an “A."

Hagan: When you get somebody that says 'shut the government down,' I didn't go to Washington to shut the government down.”

Hagan is facing a tough reelection bid against state House Speaker Thom Tillis in what has become one of the most expensive races this cycle. The election is mere days away. 

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Obama Cancels Press Briefing; Gives Reporters Cake

On the way back to Washington D.C., President Obama told reporters that he was canceling their press briefing aboard Air Force One with Press Secretary Josh Earnest - but it appears that reporters got some cake instead.

“Can we give Josh the day off for Halloween?” Obama said during his brief visit to the press cabin.

It appears, however, that reporters got some cake in return - partaking in a “Death By Chocolate” cake that Obama picked up during his visit to Rhode Island.

Photo: Obama delivers cake to reporters during the 2008 campaign








Stephanopoulos, ABC News Refuse to Apologize for False Scott Brown Attack

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee for president in 2012 and a supporter of former Sen. Scott Brown’s campaign, decried an effort by the liberal media to falsely smear Brown during last night’s final New Hampshire Senate debate against incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH).

“You know I think it’s unfortunate but in some cases moderators hope to become part of the story,” Romney said on Laura Ingraham’s radio program. “Obviously that furthers their career and makes a lot of people talk about them. And people who are on their side are very pleased about it and give them a lot of kudos. Look, the debate commissioners are going to have to do a better job to make sure moderators follow the rules and don’t themselves become part of the debates. But in the final analysis I think people vote based on who they think is going to help them and their family and their country in the best way, so I don’t give too much weight to these kinds of snafus in debates but nonetheless it’s already been cleared up.”

Ingraham compared the mistaken question—where WMUR’s James Pindell falsely told Brown that New Hampshire’s Sullivan County is not north of the state’s capitol Concord—to CNN’s Candy Crowley false assertion to Romney during a debate between him and President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential race about the Benghazi terrorist attack.

“Well of course the moderator James Pindell from local WMUR had to apologize,” Ingraham said. “But it reminded me of the Candy Crowley moment in your debate, where it’s like is she actually part of the Obama re-election team or what? I mean she had a transcript ready and going right to that deal is just ridiculous.”

While CNN has defended Crowley, and she has defended herself, for that episode, she has somewhat admitted since then that she was wrong. But the damage was done after the debate.

Romney’s criticism of the way the Brown-Shaheen debate was handled comes as everyone who helped in the false attack on Brown—with the exception of ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, the debate’s chief moderator—has apologized to Sen. Brown.

“ABC is declining to comment,” ABC News spokeswoman Heather Riley told Breitbart News.

Pindell apologized to Brown on Twitter and on statewide television on his network on Thursday night. The Huffington Post, which originally backed the false attack through a hit piece from reporter Sabrina Siddiqui, has also apologized to Brown and the public for getting its facts wrong as well. Huffington Post politics editor Sam Stein issued that outlet’s apology in a statement to Breitbart News.

Stephanopoulos, the chief moderator of the debate, has not however said anything about this—and has not, as the senior most newsman on the panel, apologized for the false attack on Brown. By not saying anything, Stephanopoulos is refusing to back the public apologies of all the others who mishandled the debate and post-debate coverage.

And while Stephanopoulos and ABC News are refusing to comment or publicly back the apologies to Brown and New Hampshire voters, National Public Radio’s Cokie Roberts—a longtime regular panelist to Stephanopoulos’ This Week ABC News Sunday show—has criticized the moderators of the debate for their handling of this.

Roberts said on MSNBC—after Morning Joe hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough roundly criticized the moderators—that “this is why people hate the press.”

“Having that little guy just sort of ask that same little question over and over again like that and he was just trying to be so smart, and I think he [Scott Brown] handled very it well,” Roberts said. “He didn’t go the Christie route and say ‘enough with Sullivan County.’ He said ‘no, with all due respect,’ and he didn’t get flustered by it. That was the point—the point was to fluster him and show him as a carpetbagger. I think that is the biggest strike against him [Brown]. But it ended up being a much bigger strike against the member of my trade.”

Stephanopoulos failed to disclose to the public before or during the debate that he has several personal conflicts of interest because of his longtime personal and political ties to both Shaheen herself and to Shaheen’s top campaign adviser Mandy Grunwald.

Stephanopoulos personally worked with Grunwald to get Bill Clinton elected to the presidency in 1992 as part of a close-knit group of Democratic operatives.

In addition to that, in 1996—video captured by C-SPAN shows—President Clinton sent Stephanopoulos, then a “senior adviser” to the White House, to New Hampshire to accept the endorsement of Clinton’s re-election campaign by then state Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, among others.

“What a way to return to New Hampshire surrounded by all these women, I’m only sorry I couldn’t come on Valentine’s Day,” a smiling Stephanopoulos said as he accepted emissary Shaheen’s and others’ endorsement for Clinton’s re-election.

Riley, ABC News’ spokeswoman, and Stephanopoulos himself have not responded to multiple requests for comment and several specific questions from Breitbart News about those conflicts of interest over the past several days and in the wake of the debate. But Riley did acknowledge that Stephanopoulos himself received Breitbart News’ press requests before the debate, saying in an email that she handles press requests for Stephanopoulos and that “George just sent me an email you sent him.”

That email had questions for Stephanopoulos about both the 1996 video and his connections to Shaheen’s operative Grunwald.

This mishandling of the Brown-Shaheen debate and the post-debate refusal by Stephanopoulos to back the apologies by his co-moderator could have massive ramifications heading into 2016’s presidential cycle as the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the various GOP presidential candidates start setting debate schedules. Stephanopoulos is widely viewed as having created the “war on women” attack that helped the incumbent Democrat Obama beat Republican Romney by inserting contraception—an issue no one in politics was discussing at the time—into a GOP primary debate.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a likely 2016 GOP candidate who’s been at the top of many polls for the race, criticized Stephanopoulos in an interview with Breitbart News before the Brown-Shaheen debate.

“I don’t think this would be the first time his [Stephanopoulos’] impartiality has been questioned,” Paul said in the interview. “If you go back to the previous presidential debates, many people have brought up that the whole questioning about birth control was originated as a campaign theme by Stephanopoulos and there’s questions about whether that was done in coordination with Democrats. It’s always hard to have someone be perceived as an objective arbiter on a debate if they spent most of their life as a partisan.”

Before the debate, Brown told Fox News he had “concerns” about Stephanopoulos’ political ties to Shaheen through his Clinton operation days. Shaheen, when asked by Breitbart News to comment on that, refused to do so. “No, no comment,” she said.

Brown on Friday morning accepted the apology of WMUR’s Pindell and said that Shaheen using this issue is an effort to distract voters from the issues of important.

“Well first of all, the panelist apologized,” Brown said at a press conference at the Country Kitchen in Newport, which is in Sullivan County. “He said I was right and he was wrong. I accept his apology and it's interesting how Senator Shaheen is trying to distract from her record of voting 99 percent of the time with the President. And here is the biggest issues affecting every business, not only in Sullivan County but throughout the entire state. Obamacare with business mandate coming in after the election. The President apologized because he said--he apologized to the people who weren't able to keep their plans and the like. She has yet to apologize on that very issue. Then we are talking about electric rates. Everything I said was 100 percent accurate. I was encouraged by the fact that he apologized and I certainly accept his apology.”

Shaheen is scheduled to appear in Sullivan County over in the town of Claremont this afternoon, at an event at which she is expected to attempt to capitalize on this. 









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The spectacular self-immolation of Wendy R. Davis

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The spectacular self-immolation of Wendy Davis
by Michelle Malkin
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Copyright 2014

Wendy Russell Davis is on fire. And I don’t mean that in a good way.

I mean it in a five-alarm, set-her-own-skirt-aflame, billowing-human-torch kind of way. To say that Davis is smokin’ hot is not a compliment. It’s a campaign incineration status update.

The Democratic darling of the Hollywood Left and glamour gal of abortion thought her path to the Texas governor’s mansion would be a pink-sneakered walk in the park. Instead, her single-issue campaign has combusted.

The high point of Davis’ career came last year when she flamboyantly opposed state restrictions on late-term abortions in the wake of Philadelphia death-doc abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s baby-killing spree. Gosnell’s conviction provoked national revulsion at abortion gone wild. But Davis’ radical supporters at the Texas Capitol donned tampon earrings and waved uterus flags in solidarity with abortion rights at any cost. Planned Parenthood ghouls and celebrity femmes latched on to La Davis.

Militant gender identity politics, however, can only get you so far.

Davis’ gubernatorial bid the past month has been a series of unfortunate, cringe-inducing events exposing her empty soul. Last week, she insanely accused her opponent, Republican State Attorney General Greg Abbott, of wanting to ban “interracial marriage.” Abbott’s wife, Cecilia, is the Hispanic granddaughter of Mexican immigrants.

The week before, Davis ridiculed Abbott’s physical disability with a vulgar TV ad featuring an empty wheelchair. Abbott was paralyzed in 1984 when a tree fell on top of him while he was jogging. In response to a bipartisan backlash against her crass campaign insensitivity, Davis doubled down by attacking Abbott for lacking “empathy” — while she cynically surrounded herself at a damage-control press event with disabled human shields (one of whom had to be dragged away from the podium by a Davis staffer while the crowd waited in awkward silence for the next speaker).

To bolster her Girl Power bona fides, the Davis campaign disseminated a photo of young female “friends” posing on Twitter last week after voting for the Democratic candidate. The tweet carried the hashtag “#GenWendy.” Like, you know, “Generation Wendy.” The photo, however, turned out to be a pilfered image of young Virginia College Republicans getting out the vote for GOP gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie. “All out of support, Wendy?” a Virginia CR spokeswoman jibed. The “imaginary friends” of Wendy became a social media mockfest.

Desperate for positive press, Wendy welcomed New York City liberal Jon Stewart to Austin, Texas, for a last-ditch appeal on his comedy show Wednesday night. Quel appropriate: a professional clown propping up a miserable joke of a candidacy. Trailing in all the major polls, bleeding cash and abandoned by women voters by double-digits, Davis turned to Stewart to get out the vote and pump up anemic sales of her book, “Forgetting to Be Afraid.”

Stewart forgot to mention the trail of discredited autobiographical details Davis exploited to gain a national platform. The Dallas Morning News reported earlier this year that she “blurred” several “key facts” of her rags-to-riches story. As feminists hailed the single mother for putting herself through Harvard University while caring for two young daughters, it emerged that a second husband had taken custody of Wendy’s girls, cashed in his 401(k) and secured a loan to support her higher ambitions (before she divorced him on the day he finished paying off her college debts).

Which-Way Wendy tried to pivot from her biography botch by becoming a born-again Second Amendment rights advocate (after working to ban gun shows while serving on the Fort Worth city council).

Me-Too Wendy attempted to burnish her border-control credentials by supporting Republican calls for an Ebola travel ban from West African countries (after earlier attacking Abbott over his “‘stop the invasion’ rhetoric” and accusing him of disliking “people who don’t look like him.”

And in the ghastliest turnaround since Linda Blair’s head spin in “The Exorcist,” No-Shame Wendy claimed she would support legislation banning abortions after 20 weeks—after vaulting into the national spotlight with her 13-hour back-brace-and-comfy-shoes-aided filibuster on the Texas Senate floor last year against the very bill that would have outlawed late-term abortions and cracked down on filthy, dangerous abortion clinics like the one serial baby-killer Gosnell operated for 15 years thanks to shoddy government oversight and abortion-rights apathy.

Callous evil is as callous evil does.

The lady parts-obsessed liberal bet all her feminist marbles on her chromosomes. After Election Day, all Wendy Davis will have to show for it are well-coifed selfies and the ashes of her Vogue magazine fashion photo spread.

The spectacular self-immolation of Wendy Davis by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2014 Wendy Russell Davis is on fire. And I don’t mean that in a good way. I mean it in a five-alarm, set-her-own-skirt-aflame, billowing-human-torch kind of way. To say that Davis is smokin’ hot is not a compliment. It’s a campaign incineration status […]
Jon Stewart gives Wendy Davis enticing suggestion for saving campaign

**Written by Doug Powers

In the Texas race for Governor, Greg Abbott is up on Wendy Davis by healthy double digits. With a week to go until the election, Davis needs something big, and during her appearance on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart tried to help:

“That’s one of the reasons I was so committed to this race – making sure we were going to force into a general election a real conversation about the things that really matter to people,” Davis added.

After Davis spoke of how the abortion restrictions she filibustered against “resulted in exactly what we feared” – the closure of clinics throughout the state – Stewart countered by riffing on a local staple.

“Can Austin do some sort of a Planned Parenthood food truck thing?” Stewart asked.

Don’t think Davis didn’t find that intriguing:

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Twitter @ThePowersThatBe

**Written by Doug Powers In the Texas race for Governor, Greg Abbott is up on Wendy Davis by healthy double digits. With a week to go until the election, Davis needs something big, and during her appearance on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart tried to help: “That’s one of the reasons I was so committed […]
Sen. Mary Landrieu enters voluntary quarantine in last-ditch effort to save campaign

**Written by Doug Powers

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Sen. Landrieu, above, plans to remain isolated for the next 7 days

Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu has been making distance from President Obama for some time now, reminding voters about that whopping 4 percent of the time she didn’t vote with Obama’s agenda. It’s an effort that doesn’t appear to be selling.

Time to sweeten the deal:

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If that doesn’t move the polls, Landrieu’s “nuclear option” is to be photographed assisting Ted Cruz with a keg stand.

It wasn’t always this way:

**Written by Doug Powers

Twitter @ThePowersThatBe

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White House meddles in South Dakota senate campaign

With only days left before Election Day, the FBI has taken the unprecedented step of announcing it is opening an investigation into and incident that happened when GOP candidate Mike

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With only days left before Election Day, the FBI has taken the unprecedented step of announcing it is opening an investigation into and incident that happened when GOP candidate Mike Rounds was governor of South Dakota. This is based on an incident that is three years old and has already been investigated by other authorities. Via National Review:

The FBI’s confirmation came nearly three years after a Texas lawyer reportedly notified the FBI of wrongdoing regarding the visa program in South Dakota, and nearly one year after the state’s attorney general says his own investigation came to an end. The revelation’s timing has prompted allegations that it was designed to imperil Rounds’s political prospects in a race once considered a lock for the GOP.

Federal officials have long remained mum about their investigation, refusing even to confirm or deny its existence. That changed as the midterm elections drew nearer and Rounds, one of this year’s most promising candidates, showed unexpected signs of vulnerability. Just three months ago, he had a 25-point lead in the polls; that narrowed to three points in October, with both his Democratic and independent opponents gaining ground. Rounds has since rebounded, but a poll released earlier this week shows his lead is in the single digits.

The announcement by the FBI seems calculated to cast doubt on Rounds’ character in what looks to be an election that is much closer than anyone anticipated. While the FBI has announced the investigation, they have pointedly declined to say what, exactly they are investigating, or who is the target. Again from National Review:

Jeff Lanza, who worked for the FBI for more than 20 years, tells National Review Online that the acknowledgement of an investigation is a breach of FBI protocol unless a public official has made the investigation public, knowledge of the investigation is already widespread, or the public admission serves a law-enforcement function. Lanza tells NRO that it remains unclear whether the investigation met any of these standards, and he says he is surprised by the bureau’s acknowledgement of the ongoing investigation. “It’s highly unusual that you would acknowledge an investigation into a political figure who is running for office in an upcoming election,” he says. “I think it deserves an explanation, because it does come off as potentially political when you announce an investigation in a candidate who’s running for office.” The FBI has not identified the specific target or targets of its investigation publicly.

There is no way an FBI apparatchik is going to confirm an investigation is underway, one that potentially involves a candidate for Senate who will more likely than not win, shortly before election day without approval from the highest levels in the administration. No functionary in any agency is ballsy enough to do that especially when they are under no legal obligation to say anything.

This is just another of the cheap, political tricks we’ve learned to expect from an administration that holds both the truth and the law in contempt. One of the first orders of business in a new Congress has to be gaining control of a regulatory and bureaucratic apparatus that Obama has placed in the service of the Democrat party.

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@BuzzFeed continues orgy of self-beclowning

Only two days after posting on why BuzzFeed is not trusted by either right or left, BuzzFeed continued to provide proof of the accuracy of that statement. While the crux

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buzzfeed1Only two days after posting on why BuzzFeed is not trusted by either right or left, BuzzFeed continued to provide proof of the accuracy of that statement.

While the crux of the post was about a Pew poll that rated BuzzFeed, except for its collection of celebrity T&A and Facebook quizzes, as totally unreliable, we pointed out the cheap, reflexive hit BuzzFeed did on GOP senatorial candidate David Perdue in which they simply repackaged a “tracker” video, were called out on how grotesquely wrong it was, and had to retract the allegation. That was not sufficient chastisement.

Enter Andrew Kaczynski and his no-hold’s barred, hard hitting journalistic exposé Iowa Republican Copied And Pasted Passages In Newspaper Dispatches

During her time as a member of the Iowa Senate, Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst frequently published reports of the goings-on in the statehouse for her constituents. These updates took the form of articles in her local newspapers, the Red Oak Express and the Opinion-Tribune, and an online newsletter.

Large portions of many of these articles, which were published under her name, appear to have been copied word for word from templates sent as guidelines to Republican members of the Iowa Senate.

That’s right folks, she reproduced press and constituent materials that were designed to be reproduced. But it gets worse:

Other passages in Ernst’s dispatches appear to have been directly lifted from Gov. Terry Branstad’s 2012 “Condition of the State” address, a Branstad press release about a tax return deadline after flooding in the state, and language from a law.

ZOMG!1!!11!!1! She reprinted a “press release.” Guys, this is why you hire PR people to write press releases. So that they are used, either verbatim or with very minor alterations. It is nice when someone just uses your release as an idea but I have had my releases appear, verbatim (and once including a typo), in papers across this nation. Including some like the Houston Chronicle, LA Times, and Chicago Tribune.

Andrew Kaczynski, in case you don’t know, is the relentless intelligence behind BuzzFeed’s one-man war on plagiarism. This is the schlock he churns out:
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I suppose if you were examining things that actually mattered, like scholarly journals, this would be a noble effort. But when your editor has decided that the best way you can contribute to the operation is by scanning the op-eds and campaign literature of candidates that should be a clue that your skills and general acumen aren’t all that highly valued.

This story is just bullsh** on stilts. Apparently even Kaczynski knows it because note he doesn’t use the word “plagiarize.” Bloomberg’s Jonathan Bernstein answers this “scoop” in a story titled You Can’t Plagiarize Your Own Talking Points:

Here’s today’s installment of stupid and stupider from the campaign.

I’m a plagiarism hard-liner, but the hunt for offenders in this election cycle by Buzzfeed’s Andrew Kaczynski is just silly. So today we get (via Weigel) Kaczynski and his colleague Ilan Ben-Meir calling out the Republican Senate candidate in Iowa, Joni Ernst, for sending op-eds to local papers “large portions” of which “appear to have been copied word-for-word from templates sent as guidelines to Republican members of the Iowa Senate.”

Yes, that’s right: Ernst (allegedly) cribbed from Republican talking points.

There’s nothing unethical about that. It’s what talking points are for! it. Yes, it was wrong for Joe Biden, in his aborted 1988 presidential run, to copy a speech, which made him describe someone else’s family experience as his own. But to use party-authored boilerplate to praise tax cuts and balanced budgets is utterly reasonable.

Ben Smith, in particular, has been in the business long enough to know that press releases and talking points are designed to be reproduced without alteration and that organizations spend a lot of time and money developing them. It is difficult to believe that Ben Smith didn’t know this story was crap when he allowed it to run.  And it is equally difficult to conclude that he allowed it for any other reason than trying to help the Ernst’s opponent.

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The Democrats’ Degradation of Women

I'm so tired of Obama and his Democrats continually getting away with their hypocritical "war on women" campaign. They raise this tired and false meme over and over. And with

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I’m so tired of Obama and his Democrats continually getting away with their hypocritical “war on women” campaign. They raise this tired and false meme over and over. And with the help of the biased media wing of the Democrats’ party you seldom hear about the real war against women — the Democrats’ barrage of demeaning comments about female Republican candidates.

So I was thrilled this morning to see that the good folks at the Republican National Committee (RNC) released a new video, “Democrats Degrade Women,” highlighting how Democrats have insulted Republican female candidates during this election cycle.

It’s good to see the RNC call out Democrats for their war against Republican ladies.

South Carolina Democrat gubernatorial candidate Vincet Sheheen called Gov. Nikki Haley a “whore” at a campaign event. As you see in the video, Sheheen appeared gleeful, rather remorseful about the insult. Like Sheheen said, “Think about it y’all”

In New York 21st Congressional District millionaire Democratic Aaron Woolf attacked Republican Elise Stefanik for never having worked a manual labor job, “I don’t know if you have ever worked manually for a living like I have.

In Northern Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, Democrat John W. Foust revealed his insensitive, sexist self when questioned whether Republican state Del. Barbara J. Comstock had, “Even had a real job.” Comstock has been a congressional aide, lobbyist and Justice Department spokeswoman.

In Iowa Democrat Senate candidate Bruce Braley, also revealed his inner sexist self when he likened his Republican opponent, Joni Ernst, to a “chick.” Ernst is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Iowa Army National Guard.

And Alsaka Democrat Sen. Mark Begich, after Sen. Lisa Murkowski told him to stop using her likeness in his ads, Begich said that Murkowski protested because she “didn’t like the photo.”

As RNC Co-Chairman Sharon Day puts it, Americans are tired of Democrats insults:

“Democrat candidates are getting increasingly desperate in the final days before the midterm election as they continue to attack female candidates with misleading stereotypes. The American people are tired of the Democrats’ deceitful and misleading insults.

And as Mitt Romney asked, “Where is EMILY’s List? Where is N.O.W.? Where are they?”

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More Election Fraud: This Time in Maryland and North Carolina

A couple of days ago, I wrote about voting machines in Maryland changing Republican votes to Democratic ones. It turns out that there might be more election fraud being committed

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A couple of days ago, I wrote about voting machines in Maryland changing Republican votes to Democratic ones. It turns out that there might be more election fraud being committed in the Old Line State. An election watchdog group called the Virginia Voters Alliance has sued the state of Maryland over alleged non-citizens voting in Frederick County. From Watchdog.org:

The lawsuit, filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, asserts that individuals who opted out of jury duty because they were not legal U.S. residents have cast ballots in at least three Maryland elections.

Based on the number of potential unqualified voters identified in Frederick County, up to 7 percent of Maryland’s registered voters could be illegal immigrants, according to estimates.

“Their continued appearance on these lists makes it nearly impossible for Maryland law to prevent these declared noncitizens from casting votes in elections and significantly affecting the integrity and outcomes of overall electoral processes,” said Reagan George, president of the Virginia Voters Alliance, which brought the lawsuit on behalf of four Frederick County residents: John Miller, Virginia Grant, Kathy Troxell and Robert Bogley.

If what the VVA alleges is true, this is a potentially explosive revelation, but it doesn’t end there. The PJ Tatler has done some more reporting on the issue, and they believe the illegal voting could be much more widespread than just Frederick County. As they explain:

But because of the way that the non-citizens are able to cast votes in elections, the fraud is likely happening in every single county and subdivision across the state. The group believes that the illegal voting has been happening for years.

The group, Virginia Voters Alliance, says that it compared how voters in Frederick County filled out jury duty statements compared with their voting records. The group’s investigation found that thousands of people in Frederick County who stated that they are not U.S. citizens on jury duty forms went on to cast votes in elections. Either they failed to tell the truth when they were summoned for jury duty, or they cast illegal votes. Both are crimes.

Since Maryland is both a Motor Voter state and on that issues driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants, it’s relatively easy for a non0citizen to sign up to vote. State Delegate Pat McDonough told the Tatler that this discovery was a “smoking gun” for voter fraud. McDonough isn’t just going to stand by. He’s taking action:

Del. Pat McDonough (R-Baltimore and Harford Counties) detailed the alleged fraud in a Maryland press conference today. He is calling for a special state prosecutor because the fraud may be taking place statewide, with significant impact on Maryland elections. Maryland currently holds 10 electoral votes in presidential elections. McDonough is also proposing legislation including voter ID to close the loopholes that he says non-citizens are using to cast votes.

In a statement, Del. McDonough says:

There are frequent allegations in America and Maryland about the existence of voter fraud. In the case I am presenting today, there is documentation and a track record. The numbers and facts from the records in Frederick County are the tip of the iceberg. When these numbers are multiplied by including the other subdivisions in Maryland, the potential number is alarming and could change the outcome of a close statewide election.

Why would people deep blue Maryland be trying to commit election fraud? The Governor’s race has been tightening recently, so some “insurance” might be needed. The real danger, though, is that fraud like this could sway some of the General Assembly and local races, where a few hundred votes or less might make the difference between a winner and a loser.

And as usual, because they can.

Maryland isn’t the only place where non-citizen voting is happening, either. Reports of potential election fraud in North Carolina have been circulating for a week or two now. The state’s Board of Elections discovered several beneficiaries of Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals plan on the voter rolls in the state. Depending on the source you read, it’s either 145 or 109. Now, James O’Keefe has visited the state and showed up just how something like this could have happened. A member of his Project Veritas Action spoke to members of various campaigns, all Democratic, pretending to be an illegal immigrant who wanted vote. All were willing to aid her in some way or stressed that she would be able to vote. Watch the video yourselves:

With the Senate race in North Carolina in a dead heat, it’s important to stay vigilant against these kinds of issues. It’s also important for conservatives and Republicans to get out and vote across the nation, but especially in states with close races like North Carolina. We can’t let Democrats steal these races right out from under our noses.

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