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Pat Moran Relied on Civil Rights Lawyers for Voter Fraud

October 25th, 2012 - 11:39 am

Perhaps these civil rights groups don’t share Moran’s criminal mindset. But the fury, lies, and venom that these groups and their shills in the far-left media have unleashed might reveal otherwise.

How else to explain one lie after another against honest Americans who simply want to stand in the polls with a clipboard and observe the process? How else do you explain the threats from thugs at the SEIU toward law-abiding Americans who want to watch the process which Moran thought might include forged utility bills?

Next year, the Virginia legislature must fix this flimsy voter ID law to require real photo ID. They can call it the “Moran Act.”

Pat Moran also beclowned his congressman dad. Before O’Keefe pounced yesterday afternoon, daddy was hectoring the Virginia State Board of Elections in the morning to take a tough stance against fraud perpetrated by a Republican. Congressman Moran hasn’t sustained his new-found concern over voter fraud, or made any new demands on the State Board of Elections today about his son.

The Obama campaign should be very concerned that O’Keefe has plants with cameras on the inside in Obama offices all across the country. It makes you wonder which Obama campaign staffer James O’Keefe will make famous the last week of the campaign.

The far left has begrudgingly admitted O’Keefe struck gold in nailing Moran, including the Maddow Blog and Slate. Salon says the Moran hit was “detailed, extensive, and clear… no misleading edits.”

But the clearest and most revealing part of the Pat Moran tapes is the extent to which the left’s election protection lawyers are seen as a tool to consummate voter fraud. At least one top operative saw these lawyers as polling-place muscle to ensure that every fraudulent vote is counted, rather than caught.

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