Skip to comments.The ABC’s Of Keeping A Conspiracy Theory Alive
Posted on 07/19/2010 12:52:34 PM PDT by Slyscribe
At ABC News, the absence of any evidence of a conspiracy apparently does not mean they will not try to perpetuate a conspiracy theory. A case in point is this story about Alvin Greenes improbable but real victory in the South Carolina Democratic Senate primary:
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Meanwhile the MSM ignored how the Democrats (including staffers from Howard Dean) got behind the McCain 2008 campaign as far back as 2006.
Some even left McCain’s campaign for Obama’s in 2008 after securing him the GOP nomination.
South Carolina Primary Proves Unverifiable Voting Cannot Be Trusted
I love this. Anything that upsets the left is always refreshing, and a previously unknown citizen named Alvin Greene winning the South Carolina Democrat senate primary by a large majority with basically no campaign (and no money) is delicious. I think it demonstrates how anti-incumbent the voters are, as they should be. I hope this is a harbinger of the November elections because the political ‘old guard’ has to go.
you just know a parade of top Democrats have tried to persuade or threaten him to get out of the race (and I hope you’ve got ‘em all on tape, Alvin!)
Not to mention the documented votes of up to 1,000 felons in Minnesota that gave Stuart Smiley his seat.
Al Franken (D) was selected by crooked courts, not elected.