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McDaniel's Lawyer: We Have Enough Evidence To Launch Official Election Challenge
Bretibart ^ | July 16, 2014 | Matthew Boyle

Posted on 07/16/2014 2:33:20 PM PDT by Hostage

The lawyer for state Sen. Chris McDaniel announced at a press conference on Wednesday afternoon in Jackson, MS, that he has enough evidence to file for an official challenge of the election results, and will do so in the coming days. “The million dollar question: What did we find? We found a lot,” Mitch Tyner, of Tyner Law Firm, said after he and McDaniel supporter state Sen. Michael Watson walked the press and McDaniel supporters at the press conference through how they have serious concerns with the election review process in Mississippi. “We’ve heard it our entire lives in Mississippi,” Tyner said. “Votes are being bought. Ballot boxes are being stuffed. There are false affidavit ballots. There are invalid affidavit ballots. There are invalid absentee ballots—we’ve heard it all our lives. I’m 51 years old and it’s the first time I saw it up close and personal. It exists. We are committed to finding it and rooting it out and stopping it.”

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: cochran; mcdaniel; mississippirunoff
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This is an excellent synopsis of today's live press conference with McDaniel's team.
1 posted on 07/16/2014 2:33:20 PM PDT by Hostage
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To: petitfour

Please the MD list, thank you.


2 posted on 07/16/2014 2:34:02 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Hostage

I meant the MS list.


3 posted on 07/16/2014 2:34:22 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Hostage
Tyner walked those at the press conference through how the McDaniel campaign’s attorneys, especially Sen. Watson, have been arguing before various courts in the state for judges to order election officials in a variety of Mississippi’s 82 counties for orders that they open election materials up for inspection. Every time, Tyner noted, the judges have sided with Watson’s arguments and order election officials to open the materials up for McDaniel campaign review.

The campaign is asking the Mississippi Supreme Court to rule on the matter so that the poll books and other election materials can be opened up to the McDaniel campaign for no charge. “That’s the issue that we want to make sure that the Supreme Court rules on: that it doesn’t matter how much money you have, you still get to look at the poll books,” Tyner said.

Tyner walked reporters through the “categories of information we’ve been finding” next.

“There’s crossover votes, we know that,” Tyner said. “There’s illegal votes—all types of illegal votes going on, absentee problems, votes that were cast—we’re going as far as into the boxes to see if how many people signed in are the same number that were cast. You’re going to be astonished. They aren’t. It’s amazing. You’re going to see problem after problem after problem.”

Tyner then addressed how Sen. Thad Cochran’s campaign and its supporters have said there’s no evidence in public yet, so there’s nothing there. “Am I going to sit right here and try my case in the media and do a tit-for-tat with the Cochran campaign?” Tyner asked rhetorically. “‘We found this but it says that.’ I’m not going to do that. We’re going to be mature about this.”

Tyner promised that soon, when the campaign files its challenge, it will publish all the evidence for the public to see. “We’re going to put it all together in a complete package,” Tyner said. “I was really hoping we’d have it today. Monday, a week ago, I was sure we would. But I wasn’t sure we were going to run into this many problems. We’re going to get that together and at the same time we file a challenge, we’re going to give you a complete copy of it.”

Tyner also told the reporters that he’ll be providing a copy of the evidence to federal and state law enforcement officials as well. “We’re not only going to give it to you guys in the media, we’re also going to give a copy of it to the U.S. Attorney, to the Federal Election Commission, and we’re also going to give it to the Attorney General of the State of Mississippi,” Tyner said to cheers from McDaniel supporters at the press conference.

Tyner said that this is “much bigger than” just differences between Cochran and McDaniel.

“I praise Chris for not throwing in the towel,” Tyner said. “The conventional wisdom is out there. Everyone knows he was a very popular candidate and everyone knows he could have conceded and written his ticket for any office next year. But Chris McDaniel said, ‘no, I want to root out the problems. I want to integrity in this process, and if it destroys my political career so be it.’ That’s the kind of candidate we need for every elected office in Mississippi as well as inside the beltway.”

When local reporter Scott Simmons asked them if they have enough evidence to file a legal challenge of the election, Tyner replied: “Yes. There’s already enough evidence to file the challenge.”

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Read and heed GOPe, we're coming for you!

4 posted on 07/16/2014 2:39:24 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Hostage

I hope the challenge stands. The Republican Establishment should not trifle with the affections of the T.E.A. party and the normally conservative voters, by taking them for granted year after year.

Thad Cochran could have retired honorably and been well regarded by posterity. But a bridge too far....


5 posted on 07/16/2014 2:41:32 PM PDT by alloysteel (Most people become who they promised they would never be.)
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To: Hostage

Wonderful news!

As Americans we like to think we have a superior voting system.

After experiencing 2000, 2008 and 2012, I have my doubts.

And here in 2014, there is Exhibit 1 of the type of fraudulent voting processes that dilute the vote of every American.

It exists, and not only in Mississippi.


6 posted on 07/16/2014 2:41:40 PM PDT by exit82 ("The Taliban is on the inside of the building" E. Nordstrom 10-10-12)
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To: Hostage

have you noticed how the MSM, when they bother to cover it, try to make it sound like McDaniel is upset that blacks voted?


7 posted on 07/16/2014 2:42:08 PM PDT by GeronL (Vote for Conservatives not for Republicans)
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To: Hostage
This is a microcosm of how and why America is finished. The Dems lack a moral compass and the GOP isn't far behind. America's only hope is Tea Party conservatism, but how to break through the constant media slander, defamation, etc?

Has anyone wondered just how many people around them agree with them but the media wants us to think no one around us agrees with us???? Unfortunately, this misrepresentation of what we believe is infectious and detrimental to how people vote!

8 posted on 07/16/2014 2:42:50 PM PDT by Obama_Is_Sabotaging_America
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To: Hostage; WKB; paintriot; Lil Flower; Malichi; WXRGina; duffee; onyx; DrewsMum; Tupelo; mstar; ...

MS Ping


9 posted on 07/16/2014 2:43:58 PM PDT by petitfour
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To: Hostage

Thanks for posting this! I was looking for an article that covered the press conference today.


10 posted on 07/16/2014 2:44:41 PM PDT by leapfrog0202 ("the American presidency is not supposed to be a journey of personal discovery" Sarah Palin)
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To: GeronL

Feel the ground starting to shake, Mitch?


11 posted on 07/16/2014 2:46:49 PM PDT by elcid1970 ("In the modern world, Muslims are living fossils.")
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To: Hostage

Take Ditch Mitch to the cleaners.


12 posted on 07/16/2014 2:47:30 PM PDT by Paladin2
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To: petitfour
I've known Mitch Tyner since I was seven(43 years). He is a good man. If he litigates like he played backyard tackle football, the GOPe best look out...here comes the BOOM!
13 posted on 07/16/2014 2:49:08 PM PDT by Malichi (!)
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To: elcid1970

I think we can expect a lot of this. The TEA Party candidates can expect the RNC and GOPE to abandon them or sabotage them all over the country.


14 posted on 07/16/2014 2:49:55 PM PDT by GeronL (Vote for Conservatives not for Republicans)
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To: GeronL

Yes I notice, I notice it everywhere but I look past it and keep fighting.

Take heart, keep fighting and the people will follow. The blacks in Mississippi know they wronged Chris McDaniel, they know the Cochran-Barbour gang wronged him. People are waking up.

Winning is the solution. When people see McDaniel win this thing, the media is going to retreat and then it doesn’t stop.

Did you see Mitch Tyner, McDaniel’s lawyer say they have more than 10,000 pages of documented fraud that they are gong to be serving on the US Attorney’s Office, the FEC and the MS AG? That means this keeps going for a long time. It means the Tea Party faction of the GOP is going to win and win big.

People vote for winners.

The only time the leftist media is successful is when they get the GOP to cave. Boehner is their favorite target.

But when fighters keep fighting and never give up, the media starts stuttering.

Winning has a thousand fathers, failure is an orphan.


15 posted on 07/16/2014 2:52:23 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Hostage

Good news .. lets do it.

and .. don’t let anybody change your mind .. not even Ann Coulter.


16 posted on 07/16/2014 2:52:49 PM PDT by The Final Harvest (True the Vote: " MY AMERICA, ... I'm terrified it's slipping away.")
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To: Hostage

Aaaaand the hard drives crash.


17 posted on 07/16/2014 2:53:46 PM PDT by BinaryBoy ("Immigration Reform" is ballot stuffing)
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To: Malichi

You are in good hands then. I have studied his briefs and watched his press conferences. McDaniel could not ask for a better lead lawyer. And Mitch Tyner is gracious because he keeps praising the hard and brilliant work of the other lawyers on his team. These guys are real fighters! They’re working 24/7 like machines.

As another poster said, they are RELENTLESS!


18 posted on 07/16/2014 2:55:38 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Malichi

I like the fact that he is a true professional. Does not try his case in public
but will lower the boom in court.
It appears he is a top notch lawyer.


19 posted on 07/16/2014 3:02:14 PM PDT by tennmountainman (True conservatives don't like being rained on by their own party!)
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To: Hostage; WKB; wardaddy; Pathdoc; olemisspatriot; dixiebelle; Downsouth55; Islander7; ...
Can you make this out? Five under investigation....
20 posted on 07/16/2014 3:02:47 PM PDT by Sybeck1 (Remember Mississippi!)
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To: elcid1970

Ditch Mitch!


21 posted on 07/16/2014 3:02:49 PM PDT by tennmountainman (True conservatives don't like being rained on by their own party!)
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To: GeronL
have you noticed how the MSM, when they bother to cover it, try to make it sound like McDaniel is upset that blacks voted?

McDaniel is right to be upset. It is illegal under Mississippi law to vote in a primary unless you intend to vote for the party's nominee in the general. Ask yourself how many of those blacks who voted in the runoff intend to vote for Cochran in November? Whether or not they already voted in the Democrat primary.

It was a key part of the Cochran campaign strategy to encourage violation of the law by enough Democrat blacks to swing the runoff. They were bragging about it!

22 posted on 07/16/2014 3:04:05 PM PDT by cynwoody
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To: GeronL

Whoa! Didn’t know about Mitch Tyner.

I was referring to Mitch Turtleneck.


23 posted on 07/16/2014 3:04:06 PM PDT by elcid1970 ("In the modern world, Muslims are living fossils.")
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To: alloysteel

You’re spot on about Cochran. He could have retired and enjoyed being a beloved son of Mississippi.

But McConnell-Barbour got him to do this dirty deed and now he’s going to pay for it.


24 posted on 07/16/2014 3:08:30 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Sybeck1

Gotta be the folks mentioned on the vote buying video from the preacher. I believe the max cap on cash was $2600 or so and she got reimbursed $40,000 for the ‘street money.’

The really stupid thing was putting the cash into small individual envelopes of $25. That shows knowledge, intent, orchestration, etc.


25 posted on 07/16/2014 3:23:18 PM PDT by TigerClaws
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To: Hostage

nice to see somebody actually willing to fight for a change.


26 posted on 07/16/2014 3:30:21 PM PDT by Bullish (You ever notice that liberalism really just amounts to anti-morality?)
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To: cynwoody
McDaniel is right to be upset. It is illegal under Mississippi law to vote in a primary unless you intend to vote for the party's nominee in the general. Ask yourself how many of those blacks who voted in the runoff intend to vote for Cochran in November?

And how many McDaniel voters plan to vote for Cochran in November if he is declared the winner?

27 posted on 07/16/2014 3:31:35 PM PDT by Lurking Libertarian (Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege)
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To: leapfrog0202

Up the Tea Party—Up Democracy and Liberty!


28 posted on 07/16/2014 3:35:54 PM PDT by Forward the Light Brigade (Into the Jaws of H*onward! Ride to the sound of the guns!)
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To: Forward the Light Brigade

Up the Tea Party—Up Democracy and Liberty!


Heck yeah!


29 posted on 07/16/2014 3:37:46 PM PDT by leapfrog0202 ("the American presidency is not supposed to be a journey of personal discovery" Sarah Palin)
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To: Lurking Libertarian

You really are a troll aren’t you?

The post you responded to misquoted the law a little but most everyone following this story knows what they meant.


30 posted on 07/16/2014 3:40:08 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Malichi

Sure hope they have their information sealed up tight; in case you know, the law office has a break in and steals their computers.

I can just see something “nasty” happening now that the attorney says they found something....

I do hope they protect themselves and all information...wishing them the best on the outcome.


31 posted on 07/16/2014 3:40:11 PM PDT by Engedi
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To: Bullish

Ditto.


32 posted on 07/16/2014 3:42:15 PM PDT by apocalypto
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To: Hostage; All
Tyner also told the reporters that he’ll be providing a copy of the evidence to federal and state law enforcement officials as well. “We’re not only going to give it to you guys in the media, we’re also going to give a copy of it to the U.S. Attorney, to the Federal Election Commission, and we’re also going to give it to the Attorney General of the State of Mississippi,” Tyner said to cheers from McDaniel supporters at the press conference.

HALLELUJAH!!! Barbour has got to be crapping down both legs. I'm thinking, seriously, they might need to shelter Thad from all of this for awhile. His heart might give out.
33 posted on 07/16/2014 3:53:40 PM PDT by Din Maker (I've always been crazy, but, that's the only thing that has kept me from going insane.)
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To: Hostage
-- The post you responded to misquoted the law a little but most everyone following this story knows what they meant. --

Actually, there are two related "laws," and the poster was pretty close on quoting the notion that is directly expressed in Mississippi law.

23-15-575. Participation in primary election.

No person shall be eligible to participate in any primary election unless he intends to support the nominations made in the primary in which he participates.

On that law, the voter's stated intentions control; but it is not allowed to "qualify" the voter by asking them, so the law is roughly toothless. That law does work, but only to the extent that the voter volunteers the incriminating information.

The "law" that a person can't split their votes between parties in the primary is based on a ruling by the state AG.

As a practical matter, it is easy to show an invalid "crossover" voter by pointing to the pollbooks, and those votes are invalid without asking the voter what their intentions were. "Crossover" as a narrow meaning in Mississippi election law, that being a person who votes in primaries for both parties. This is done by voting in the primary for one party, and the runoff for the other party.

Mississippi Code 97-13-35 - Voting; by unqualified person, or at more than one place, or for both parties in same primary.

Any person who shall vote at any election, not being legally qualified, or who shall vote in more than one county, or at more than one place in any county or in any city, town, or village entitled to separate representation, or who shall vote out of the district of his legal domicile, or who shall vote or attempt to vote in the primary election of one party when he shall have voted on the same date in the primary election of another party, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction, shall be fined not exceeding two hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in the county jail not more than six months, or both.

For the careful parser out there who notices the "same date" qualifier, that's covered too. The runoff is deemed to be part of the original primary, and for legal purposes, the primary and runoff are one election, held on the same day.

MS AG Op., Brown (April 7, 1988) 1988 WL 250048

There is, however, a statutory prohibition to "crossover" voting. Crossover voting may be defined as participation in the first primary of one political party and participation in the runoff primary of another party. Several Attorney General's opinions and case law has defined the first and second primary as one election process. The runoff primary has been described as a continuation of the first primary. Therefore, Miss. Code Ann. AS: 97-13-35 (1972), which prohibits participation in more than one primary on the same day, has been interpreted to prohibit crossover voting.


34 posted on 07/16/2014 4:06:36 PM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Sybeck1

Amanda Shook is one of them, I’m sure.


35 posted on 07/16/2014 4:14:36 PM PDT by struggle
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To: Lurking Libertarian

“And how many McDaniel voters plan to vote for Cochran in November if he is declared the winner?”

Cochran’s campaign and the gop voided the contract.


36 posted on 07/16/2014 4:23:41 PM PDT by duffee (NO poll tax, NO tax on firearms, ammunition or gun safes. NO gun free zones.)
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To: alloysteel

“I hope the challenge stands. The Republican Establishment should not trifle with the affections of the T.E.A. party and the normally conservative voters, by taking them for granted year after year.”

They haven’t really been taking Conservatives for granted lately, they’ve declared war on us.


37 posted on 07/16/2014 4:27:50 PM PDT by duffee (NO poll tax, NO tax on firearms, ammunition or gun safes. NO gun free zones.)
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To: Lurking Libertarian
-- And how many McDaniel voters plan to vote for Cochran in November if he is declared the winner? --

That question swings both way, does it not? The net effect is to draw even more "question" into the outcome of the contest.

The MS law appears to have the aim or effect of enforcing party loyalty, and forbidding a condition of one party being home to candidates having irreconcilable differences.

Civil war inside the party is really messy.

38 posted on 07/16/2014 4:29:35 PM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Cboldt
Actually, there are two related "laws," and the poster was pretty close on quoting the notion that is directly expressed in Mississippi law.

That's right but I will say it was not Lurker that was at all close to the MS law, it was the poster he responded to, which is what I think you meant.

Lurker's question is vacuous. I think it was designed to stir uncertainty in the original poster's assertion. This is why I exhibit a serrated edge with Lurker who professes to be a lawyer, but I think he's more of an imposter.

...so the law is roughly toothless

That's right and plenty of news outlets have drawn attention to that fact that this law is unenforceable. Many leftist rags and squawkers have also tried to insinuate that the McDaniel camp was using this law when in fact they are not.

The McDaniel campaign is using a solid law that is easy to enforce. It is that law stating that a person voting in the primary of one party may not crossover and vote in the other party's primary or the other party's runoff. Violation of this law is easily discovered by examining the poll books of both parties. During a runoff, the poll books are supposed to be 'switched'.

For example, a republican runoff polling station is supposed to have a democrat poll book for that precinct so they can see if a voter is ineligible by noting if they voted in the dem primary. They have the dem poll book in front of them to check.

But what the McDaniel team has uncovered is the dem poll books were not provided to the precincts so there is no way to know if the dem voters were eligible to vote or not UNLESS they can inspect the dem poll books and find out. This should have been done at the time of the vote but now they are having to go back and do it themselves and the Cochran-Barbour gang is blocking them. This is why they are in court.

Thanks for quoting the various legal passages.

39 posted on 07/16/2014 4:44:43 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Din Maker

Speaking of Boss Hogg, have not head from Boss Hogg in some
time. Where is that Fat Bstd hiding?


40 posted on 07/16/2014 4:47:51 PM PDT by tennmountainman (True conservatives don't like being rained on by their own party!)
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To: Hostage
My sense is that McDaniel's team has uncovered more issues than just the invalid crossover votes. Seems there has been some stuffing of ballot boxes, and there may be affidavits swearing to bribery for votes.

I commented to Lurker about the "intend to support the party" law, noting that it swings both ways. What about Cochramn backers who are undercutting McDaniel? What are they going to do in the general? No matter how you cut it, those questions just draw the outcome of the primary contest into more doubt. Same outcome for the election contest, the runoff has to be repeated. New outcome for individuals caught in violation of the law.

41 posted on 07/16/2014 5:04:34 PM PDT by Cboldt
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To: Cboldt
My sense is that McDaniel's team has uncovered more issues than just the invalid crossover votes. Seems there has been some stuffing of ballot boxes, and there may be affidavits swearing to bribery for votes.

That's very true and today's press release confirms those very things including many other things. It was announced the McDaniel legal team have more than 10,000 pages of documented fraud.

As to the unforceable 'intent' law, it does not apply to Cochran or McDaniel voters. Had the primary results come out 'clean', there is no violation of law when a republican voter votes in the republican primary and then votes in the republican general regardless of who was specifically voted for in the primary. A republican vote can have every intention of voting for whoever the republican nominee is in the general. The law pertains to the nominee, not the candidates.

The purpose of the 'intention' law was ostensibly designed around rules that made for an 'open' primary. Its aim was to warn voters not to calculate that a primary vote for the weaker opposition candidate would enhance the candidate they truly intended to vote for in their party's general. It's a dumb law.

42 posted on 07/16/2014 5:48:39 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: Hostage
McDaniel did not speak today.
Why did he not speak?

I don't care to hear about “press releases” by his PR team/lawyers/campaign managers and/or insignificant others.

I don't care about public opinion polls of his entourage's opinions.

Today was the much hyped day McDaniel was supposed to speak.
I couldn't find anything anywhere that he did.
Why did he not speak?

Just answer that one, very clear and simple question.Please.

43 posted on 07/16/2014 6:47:33 PM PDT by sarasmom (Extortion 17. A large number of Navy SEALs died on that mission. Ask why.)
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To: Cboldt
On that law [No person shall be eligible to participate in any primary election unless he intends to support the nominations made in the primary...], the voter's stated intentions control; but it is not allowed to "qualify" the voter by asking them, so the law is roughly toothless. That law does work, but only to the extent that the voter volunteers the incriminating information.

You're right that that law is unenforceable against individual voters. However, it's obvious that the Cochran campaign made it a core part of their strategy to encourage violation of that law. I would think a court would take a dim view of a campaign that openly urged illegal voting!

That, of course, is in addition to hard evidence that a large number of people who voted in the Democrat primary voted in the Republican runoff, a straight-forward, provable violation of the law, which should have been prevented by the poll workers, I would think.

44 posted on 07/16/2014 7:04:11 PM PDT by cynwoody
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To: Lurking Libertarian
And how many McDaniel voters plan to vote for Cochran in November if he is declared the winner?

I would, if I were voting in Mississippi. I'm tired of Harry Reid as Majority Leader!

Principles have no place in the voting booth. You need to make the best of what you've got, not what you want. It's OK to lurk libertarian, but voting Losertarian, while it may make you feel good, does not advance the agenda.

45 posted on 07/16/2014 7:11:33 PM PDT by cynwoody
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To: sarasmom

So let me get this straight. There are 82 counties in MS, and 60 of those counties have cooperated in showing to the McDaniel team the full material of the election with a deputy posted to preserve the integrity of the review, and then there are 20 counties that have on orders from the Barbour gang refused to cooperate thereby preventing McDaniel from completing his review, forcing his lawyers to file 20 emergency writs of Mandamus and setting back their whole time schedule,

and,

amassing more than 10,000 pages of documented fraud, needing to annotate, organize and summarize each incident as well as canvass more than 400,000 votes in hundreds and hundreds of precincts statewide all the while with the Cochran-Barbour gang blocking the review at each opportunity,

and,

suffering the slings and arrows of vile media filth including a series of back stabs by RINO call girl ‘Auschwitz Ann Coulter’

and,

people sit with a computer complaining like some petulant undisciplined Section 8 lazy *ss good-for-nothings while sliding back on easy chairs stuffing their faces with choco goobers preparing for blowing pent-up aliquots of fartrous fartoxide out their backside so potent as to cause cats in the room to make ready to evacuate in a lightning flash to escape airborne chemical asphyxiation,,

and,

in between refills of goober bowls and popcorn making they want to know, with a poster of smiling Thad behind them, why why WHY Chris McDaniel didn’t show up today,

and,

ignoring that the McDaniel team have been working like machines around the clock 24/7 in and out of courts with blood shot eyes, family life suspended, shoestring budgets and facing filthy corruption roadblocks every step of the way,

just so they can guarantee these lazy *ss good-for-nothings a free country with free clean democratic elections?

Darlin’ tell your friends to put down the goobers and look at the YouTube here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=empT9ADUkIw#t=842


46 posted on 07/16/2014 7:34:16 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: tennmountainman

Not sure where Boss Hog is hiding but, I guarantee you it’s a big room with pizza delivery close by.


47 posted on 07/16/2014 8:16:53 PM PDT by Din Maker (I've always been crazy, but, that's the only thing that has kept me from going insane.)
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To: Hostage
That's right but I will say it was not Lurker that was at all close to the MS law, it was the poster he responded to, which is what I think you meant.

What did I say that misstated Missisippi law?

Lurker's question is vacuous. I think it was designed to stir uncertainty in the original poster's assertion. This is why I exhibit a serrated edge with Lurker who professes to be a lawyer, but I think he's more of an imposter.

If you are going to accuse a fellow FReeper of misconduct, it's considered polite to ping him to the post where you do that.

In any event, I have been posting on FR since 1998. Anyone is welcome to read my posting history and decide if it reflects any legal knowledge or if I am an imposter.

48 posted on 07/17/2014 9:58:04 AM PDT by Lurking Libertarian (Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et lege)
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To: Hostage
I asked for an answer to one simple and clear question.

“Why did McDaniel not speak?”

Your long abusive rant did not even attempt to address my question, at all.
It was a simple question, and a very serious one.

If you don't know the answer, just say so.
The accepted short text abbreviation is: IDK.

I'll give you one more chance to answer my simple question.

49 posted on 07/17/2014 5:09:11 PM PDT by sarasmom (Extortion 17. A large number of Navy SEALs died on that mission. Ask why.)
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To: sarasmom

My long ‘rant’ was directed at your demanding demeanor. Who do you think I am? Your personal servant?


50 posted on 07/17/2014 5:54:53 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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