Skip to comments.Stockman sues Cornyn super PAC for false statements (Rove working for Cornyn)
Posted on 02/04/2014 2:18:49 PM PST by jimbo123
Congressman Steve Stockman (R-TX) today filed a libel lawsuit challenging numerous false statements made by a John Cornyn super PAC operating under the name Texans for a Conservative Majority.
The Cornyn PAC claims Stockman had been jailed more than once, was charged with a felony and violated federal ethics laws, all of which are false statements.
The website even falsifies Stockmans voting record, falsely telling voters Stockman voted against a food stamp reform bill (2013 House Roll Call Vote 476) when Stockman, in fact, voted for it. The group continues to promote that statement online, even though they have been provided with the official Congressional Record showing it to be false.
The group is run by former Cornyn staffer Randy Cubriel and funded by a $2 million check from the late Robert Perry, a $185,000 donor to Cornyn and advocate for illegal alien amnesty. In TV station records for its ad buys, the group lists Karl Roves Warrenton, Virginia address.
(Excerpt) Read more at yourhoustonnews.com ...
Yep. Just say no to Cornyn.
cornyn is a piece of crap
| John Cornyn claims to be the 2nd most conservative member of the Senate.
Yet, as Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, he
hand-selected these "Republican" candidates:
Also, when he had a chance to stop ObamaCare by supporting Ted Cruz' filibuster
and hid behind a meaningless vote later.
Cornyn voted for cloture on the Senate Amnesty bill, too.
Not sure politicians telling lies is actionable.
Not surprised to see Rove’s name connected to all of this.
Just getting discovery in this case would be enough to get Cornyn
Rove is a stain, just like McCain. If he likes it, I don’t.
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