Skip to comments.A vote fraud whistleblower... or not?
Posted on 12/06/2004 2:42:08 PM PST by truthseeker04
A few days ago, my colleagues and I were noting the absence of any whistleblower in the fraud allegations swirling over the election... and I mentioned that I considered this to be another problem for those making the accusations.
Surely, if the election had been hacked, there would be somebody who might brag about it to a talkative friend, or somebody who might know something and would be willing to contact a reporter or stand up for the principle of free and fair elections.
(Excerpt) Read more at msnbc.msn.com ...
Even though Shyster eventually dismisses the RNC "whistleblower" as a fraud near the end of the article, he made sure to document all of the phony allegations. This is yet again one more sleazy piece of "journalism" by MSNBC. They keep throwing out enough mud and hoping some of it sticks.
The result of the election is proof that the election fraud failed.
I mean, if Neil Bush was on tape saying his brother's nose was like a vaccuum cleaner, that would be something.
You know the Dems and the MSM were looking for ANYTHING to complain about in terms of election fraud. The fact that they couldn't find anything to gripe about shows how well run this election was.
And yet some con artist named Bev Harris from 'black box voting' was scamming the DUmmies out of money so she could go to Florida and pay for recounts.
They finally caught onto her scam after 2 years and banned her.
After TWO *years*? LOL!
Oh, God, I really do hope that most of them are not Americans.
Can you imagine falling for the same scam for *two* years?
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