October 26, 2012
CHRISTIAN ADAMS: Pat Moran Relied on Civil Rights Lawyers for Voter Fraud.
Now we know why civil rights groups like the NAACP, ACLU, and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights are so upset about election integrity groups like True the Vote monitoring the polls on November 6. Pat Moran gave us a clue yesterday.
Moran revealed on James O’Keefe’s undercover video why these groups have been so dishonest, ugly, and desperate to smear True the Vote and keep them out of the polls.
Simply, the “election protection” operation of these civil rights groups was seen, at least to Moran, as the final step in committing voter fraud.
Moran was the field director of his father’s reelection campaign and worked out of the joint campaign office for President Obama and Democrat Senate candidate Tim Kaine in Virginia.
Let’s look at the full video of Moran that led to his firing from the campaign.
In the video, O’Keefe’s plant tells Moran that he has a pile of names of inactive voters. The plant wants to drive a van around and vote for them. Because Virginia’s voter ID law is a joke, and a utility bill will suffice, the plant intends to use phony utility bills. Moran suggests ways to advance the scheme, including forgery using Microsoft Word.
Enter the “election protection” efforts of the civil rights groups. In case these phony utility bills create a stir inside the polls, Moran has the solution – the army of left-wing lawyers who will be embedded inside the polls from groups like the ACLU, the NAACP, and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights.
The plant doubts Virginia “will be really strict about enforcing” the new pseudo-voter ID law.
Moran has just the ticket for questionable phony utility bills – the “election protection” lawyers from the left. . . . There is no way, of course, to know if the civil rights groups consider themselves cogs in a voter fraud machine. But one thing we do know for sure is that a top Democrat Party field operative does consider them so.
I think we’re going to find that things are rottener than we ever realized.