Skip to comments.Vermont Wants to Investigate O'Keefe, Not Voter Fraud
Posted on 03/14/2012 11:54:52 AM PDT by BO Stinkss
Vermont Secretary of State James Condos is threatening videographer James O'Keefe with criminal investigation for his Project Veritas exposé of voter fraud in the state. Ironically, Condos would have made it far easier to commit the very fraud that O'Keefe's investigation has suggested may be possible at the polls.
As a state senator, Condos pushed for same-day registration voting. "We are all concerned about maximizing the number of voters with an election that has integrity," Condos told The Burlington Free Press on February 14, 2005. "There is a lot of trust in our system," Condos told The Free Press on April 7, 2005, when a bill for same-day registration cleared the Senate Government Operations Committee. Condos has also long downplayed the threats to the integrity of the voting system. "We don't have people dip their fingers in an ink bottle [to make sure they don't vote in multiple places]," he has said.
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Mr. O’Keefe, if you’re ever up this way again, give a shout via FReepmail. It would be my pleasure to buy you a beer. Good Job!!
” VT used to be a stronghold of Republicanism going all the way back to before the Civil War. Then they let hippies from NYC and Boston in and there goes the neighborhood.”
Yep, it started in the late 60’s. It only took 20 years to ruin the state.
I hate a northeast wind it blows in the Leahy, Jeffords, Sanders stench from VT.
It’s hard to believe that Vermont and Maine were the only two states to reject FDR in all four elections, yet today are cesspools of liberalism gone amok. (Yes I know Maine has a GOP Governor and controls the legislature, but the progressive stink is still strong.)
Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire used to be very conservative. New Yorkers and Boston lefties started moving there in the late 60’s, and in 20 years, destroyed them.
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