GOP's ACORN 'Voter Fraud' Scam Rolls Out In MO
GOP's ACORN 'Voter Fraud' Scam Rolls Out
in MO...Right on Schedule...
Remember yesterday when we told you about the transcript of the Fox & Friends show yesterday morning, discussing the bogus raid of an ACORN office in Las Vegas, and then implying "more" ACORN "voter fraud" occurring in Missouri? The RNC actually issued that transcript verbatim as an official RNC press release. Remember when we told you that, given the hints within the RNC/FNC report that swing state MO was likely next on the RNC/FNC/FBI hit-list?
Well, late last night, AP delivered right on schedule, open their story with "Officials in Missouri...are sifting through possibly hundreds of questionable or duplicate voter-registration forms submitted by an advocacy group that has been accused of election fraud in other states."
The report quotes GOP tool & Jackson County (Kansas City), MO election director, Charlene Davis complaining they are "bogged down" with registrations right now, and insinuating that it's ACORN causing the problem for them.
Of course, as with the pageant staged in Las Vegas, the Missouri action is also a scam. Read a little closer into the AP article, and you'll see the tell-tale signs of this October "Surprise" joke rather clearly...
"I don't even know the
entire scope of it because registrations are coming in so
heavy," Davis said. "We have identified about 100
duplicates, and probably 280 addresses that don't exist,
people who have driver's license numbers that won't verify
or Social Security numbers that won't verify. Some have no
address at all."
Jess Ordower, Midwest director of ACORN, said his group hasn't done any registrations in Kansas City since late August. He said he was told three weeks ago by election officials that there were only about 135 questionable cards - 85 of them duplicates.
"They keep telling different people different things," he said. "They gave us a list of 130, then told someone else it was 1,000."
FBI spokeswoman Bridget Patton said the agency has been in contact with elections officials about potential voter fraud and plans to investigate.
So Davis --- who just happened to have played a key role in the recent arrest of a Missouri election integrity advocate for committing the crime of trying to legally cast his vote --- doesn't "even know the scope of it", but is happy to suggest ACORN has done something amiss. That, even as ACORN hasn't done any registrations in Kansas City since August. (Not to mention the fact that, as we've pointed out now several days in a row, ACORN verifies every single registration form, and when they can't, they flag them as potentially fraudulent before turning them into officials, as they are required by law!)
And now, the FBI will be investigating. Raid should be coming soon, no doubt. Nope, not a scam at all.
ACORN's Midwest director Ordower is not surprised by this wholly stated October "Surprise", and neither are we. We've been reporting on its rollout for about 4 years. It was only a matter of time before it showed up again in our old home state of MO --- not coincidentally, the home state of the GOP's "voter fraud" cappo, Thor Hearne.
"It's par for the course," [Ordower] said. "When you're doing more registrations than anyone else in the country, some don't want low-income people being empowered to vote. There are pretty targeted attacks on us, but we're proud to be out there doing the patriotic thing getting people registered to vote."
Republicans are among ACORN's loudest critics. At a campaign stop in Bethlehem, Pa., supporters of John McCain interrupted his remarks Wednesday by shouting, "No more ACORN."
We're sure McCain had no objections to the 'spontaneous outbursts' of his 'supporters'.
We're also sure that McCain didn't bother to straighten them out, because why start fighting for democracy now? He already spent five years in a prison trying to defend it, so his work must be done.
The GOP is in absolute --- and shameless --- ruin.