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New O’Keefe Video: Battleground Texas Violates Election Law to Help Wendy Davis

February 19th, 2014 - 6:22 am
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James O’Keefe strikes again. He captures the community organizing group Battleground Texas breaking Texas election law.  The group registers voters as deputy registrars, illegally copies information from voter registration forms, and then cranks the illegal information into the Wendy Davis campaign for Texas governor.

Related: How the Texas Tribune Will Cover James O’Keefe’s Latest Video

 

 

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I don't want to hear another Go**amn time that there is no such thing as voter fraud.
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Jailhouse meet democrat organizar. If this kind of thing resulted in lawful prosecution, we would have a lot less of it, and just maybe certain community organizers would not be President of the United States.
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The Left at work, like termites. Treat them like termites.
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I'm not an American, so the law may be different, but if the State Prosecutor (or whatever the correct title is) is unwilling or unable to investigate or charge these people and organizations, don't Americans have the ability to file suit and take "community organizers" to court?

Keeping them entangled in lawsuits, discovery actions and so on would be quite poetic, leftists in Canada enjoy using "lawfare" like that against free speeches, property owners and other enemies of the "Progressive" left.
35 weeks ago
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James O'Keefe for Senator Peter King's seat!!
35 weeks ago
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This is really simple.
First: Post their name, address, phone, car/plate, family info
Second: Jail the xxxx for 5 years....no parole...in West Texas, or pay Joe Arpaio to house her in a tent.
III
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Voter fraud has been with us forever. This is why I like the picture ID requirement. It is required to fly, cash a check, enter a federal building or facility and is easy to get through DMV. The only reason to avoid it at an election site is to facilitate voter fraud.
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But I've been assured by a NY Times reading Yank that my support for this law is some sort of racism. I respect him for other reasons, but he is crazy as a loon on this issue.
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just love the people that tell us that no fraud happens, or if it does it is so small as to not matter. Bet that wasn't the talking point when Florida went against them by less than 1000 votes. But then anyone expect a liberal to have a moral compass. LOL
35 weeks ago
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Well, now... if the President of the United States doesn't have to follow the law, why should his supporters, and supporters of Davis, have to follow the law? Just wondering....
35 weeks ago
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Battleground Texas has only the best intentions in furthering their political agenda (since it would obviously benefit everyone, whether they like it or not) and why should they let bothersome laws about privacy and legal protections stand in the way of making sure the right candidate wins. It is all for your own good.

Sigh. If it was a conservative group doing it for Abbot, you can bet the outrage over the violations would be deafening.
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And...to all my fellow Texas:
Jenn Brown: Executive Director Battleground .....from California.
- 2012: Ohio Field Director Obama for America.
- 2010: mid-term in charge of 9 states Regional Director for Organizing for America (Quote: grassroots organization dedicated to Obama.)
- 2008: Minnesota State Director and later a Regional Field Director


They should go back to their own states and fix their own BS they left behind. We don't want crazy in Texas.
35 weeks ago
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Wait until it comes time to vote! These people are carpetbaggers and go where they are needed to do what needs to be done. Even moving to a state so they can register and run for office. Then, they bring in busloads of "supporters" from other states to carry signs and make a lot of noise. Photo ID, no brainer.
35 weeks ago
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In the attached link, Battleground and Obamacare Navigators and EnrollAmerica are sharing data and campaigning for each other.

As 501(3)c they are supposed to be non-political yet here we are.......where is Holder? Where is the IRS?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNPGuDVI35M

35 weeks ago
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Typo - it's 501(c)3
35 weeks ago
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I don't know how this guy, James O'Keefe, does it. I mean, he's got to be pretty well known and recognizable by now. But yet he just seems to walk around anonymously and get leftists to admit they're committing fraud on film. That's a neat trick, and I applaud him for it.

By the way, even with massive voter fraud, I seriously doubt that Wendy Davis has a snowflake's chance in hell of becoming governor. Not when her opponent, Greg Abbot, publicly states that he wakes up every morning thinking of a new reason to sue Obama. That's a message Texans can relate to.

All Davis has is I'm a twice divorced woman who abandoned her children to go to law school, my second husband divorced me for infidelity, got custody of the kids and got a restraining order against me for alcoholism and drug abuse, but through it all I survived. Oh, did I mention that I went to Harvard law on me ex-husband's dime? I'm a woman, hear me roar!

That message doesn't sell well in Texas or any other state for that matter. So it's no wonder the Democrats have to result to voter fraud to win, but they won't.

I live in Texas. I'm a Texan born and bred. And I can tell you this for one thing. Texas country girls do not take kindly to frauds like Wendy Davis. Texas country boys especially don't either.

So let the election fraud go on. It's not going to matter much, not in this state. As long as Abbot keeps saying that he intends to sue Obama, this election is in the bag.

Still, I tip my hat to this guy, James O'Keefe.
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