Sunday, September 18, 2016

TKC SUNDAY MUST SEE!!! ROLLING STONE TAKES ON KANSAS SECSTATE KOBACH & REPUBLICAN 'VOTER SUPPRESSION' TECH!!!



As we move closer to the election and delve into the silly season of slap fighting Democracy, the topic of purging voters becomes the latest political gambit that leads partisan pundits closer to home and the handiwork of Kansas SecState Kris Kobach.

Accordingly . . .

CHECK THIS ROLLING STONE NEWSIE CONFRONTING KANSAS GOP VOTE CHECKER KRIS KOBACH IN AN UPCOMING EXPOSÉ!!!

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"Rolling Stone investigative reporter Greg Palast busted Jeb Bush for stealing the 2000 election by purging Black voters from Florida’s electoral rolls. Now Palast is back to take a deep dive into the Republicans’ dark operation, Crosscheck, designed to steal a million votes by November.

"Crosscheck is controlled by a Trump henchman, Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State who claims his computer program has identified 7.2 million people in 29 states who may have voted twice in the same election--a felony crime. The catch? Most of these “suspects” are minorities—in other words, mainly Democratic voters. Yet the lists and the evidence remain “confidential”.

"Palast and his investigative side-kick Badpenny do what it takes to get their hands on the data, analyze it and go find some of these 7.2 million Americans tagged “suspects” and “potential duplicate voters” whose votes are threatened this November.

"They hunt down and confront Kobach with the evidence of his "lynching by laptop." Then they are off to find the billionaires behind this voting scam . . ."

Take a look:



You decide . . .

36 Comments:

Vote for queen hillary said...

What a DEPLORABLE condition.

Anonymous said...

Read "The Great Suppression" by Zachary Roth. The library has it.

Anonymous said...

Kobach is a neo-fascist on a mission from God to stop minorities, the poor, immigrants and millennials from voting. He is a major reason why most American abhor Kansas and states like it.

Anonymous said...

Careful what you say about him. He's the next Kansas governor and who knows how many he's watching.

Anonymous said...

I remember when Rolling Stone came to town to write about a democrat, John Rizzo, stealing an election and his uncle pleading guilty in federal court for his involvement. No, wait, Rolling Stone wasn't interested when the crime benefitted the agenda.

Deplorable Jack said...

Where was the outrage when the Obama operatives were passing out Obama phones to hoodrats during the last rigged election? Why isn't the media investigating George Soros as he attempts to undermine the US by buying votes and attorneys?

Anonymous said...

it's rigged.

Steve Hanson said...

7:18 You must have a very low view of immigrants, minorities, and millennials if you think they are too stupid to get a voter I.D. and prove they are an American citizen. But, on the other hand, it may be designed to keep stupid people from voting because most know that stupid, uninformed people will vote liberal democrat.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the all new Tony's Wannabe National Enquirer.

Bob said...

Would that be the same Rolling Stone magazine that published the entirely fictitious "news" story about rape at the University of Virginia? Public trust in news media is at a historic low, and publications like Rolling Stone are a big part of the reason why.

Anonymous said...

Usually those affected by these voter suppression measures are the elderly poor of all races. These people don't drive, and they may have been born in a situation (unassisted home birth, for example) when filing or not filing a birth certificate was not a big deal. My father, for example, was born in rural Colorado in the 1920s. During World War II it was discovered that the rural doctor, who was into drinking as recreation (this was a very rural area before TV and the REA--there simply was not much to do) had not filed birth certificates for either my father or his brother (or probably for hundreds of people in the area). It took some doing, but both were able to get documentation eventually.

As for legal immigrants, welfare recipients, and the other handy targets conservatives use to "prove" that everyone can "easily" get a photo ID, these people have ID.

And as for Steve's assertion that "stupid, uninformed people will vote liberal democrat," anyone who listens to Trump supporters speak would know that "ain't necessarily so."

Anonymous said...

The only person in Kansas committing voter fraud is Kris K Kobach.

We've seen the memos & emails, & listened to tapes of their meetings: This is voter suppression only.

chuck said...

8:59 Dead on the money.

On a day, where Muslims have set off bombs in three different states, where cops were shot in Philly and in Texas. Where a Muslim stabbed 8 people in Minnesota, there should be, some VERY serious consideration given to limiting immigration. In fact, stopping ALL immigration with few exceptions.

Open borders policies in Europe, are fermenting a calamitous and bloody civil strife that elites in governments, aligned with big business and the press are responsible for. Open borders in the uS, favors only ONE thing and ONE thing only. The continued sinecure of Democrat politicians and the parasites they represent, who VOTE FOR A LIVING.

America hates you white boy.

http://www.kmbc.com/ACORN-Workers-Indicted-For-Alleged-Voter-Fraud/12353984 said...

Yeah, voter fraud never happens.

http://www.kmbc.com/ACORN-Workers-Indicted-For-Alleged-Voter-Fraud/12353984

http://rightwingnews.com/voter-fraud/massive-voter-fraud-uncovered-power-impact-novembers-election/ said...

Minnesota voter fraud.

http://rightwingnews.com/voter-fraud/massive-voter-fraud-uncovered-power-impact-novembers-election/

Anonymous said...

A 2012 study by the Pew Research Center, which is not considered a conservative group in any way by anyone, said “approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state.” Pew said 68,000 people were registered in three states and 1,807 were even registered in three states.

By listening to the progressive, Democrat deception merchants, we would have to believe that vote fraud crimes are isolated incidents. They present this spin to thwart voter ID laws that would secure the vote for American citizens and end the disenfranchisement of the American voter.

Anonymous said...

The Kennedys were the masters at Voter Fraud. Those Democrats rigged the system in Illinois to give the election to Jack.

Anonymous said...

@9:38. Your rambling comment made the point that virtually everyone has acquired the documentation required under voter ID laws. Stop deflecting and making excuses.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^But is there any evidence that people VOTE in more than one state (other than the ONE case Kobach dug up and that was dismissed because the perps were voting on a local issue)? People do move, you know, and state and local governments are not known for their efficiency.

Anonymous said...

10:47: Virtually everyone is not the same as everyone.

Super Dave said...

The Electoral College to me is the biggest voter fraud going.

Anonymous said...

SOLUTION:

Make fraudulent registration and voting and all the tricks that go with it a Felony punishable by a mandatory 15 year sentence without parole. Now the libtards and Republicans both could be happy.

Anonymous said...

@10:48. Yes, there is evidence of people voting multiple times. In North Carolina, the watchdog group the Voting Integrity Project uncovered 149 such cases.

Anonymous said...

OK, then anyone should be allowed on an airplane who cannot produce a photo ID?

Anonymous said...

10:45---That's a myth. I was living in Illinois then and I voted. Of course I was only 7 at the time and voted for who my parents told me to. Vote early and vote often. I miss the first Mayor Daley except of course in '68.

Anonymous said...

I read this article on the Voting Integrity Project:

http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/06/politics/north-carolina-voting-fraud/

The summary? "After three years of work and countless volunteer hours, DeLancy [the project leader] has no cases of fraud to show."

Of course maybe CNN has an agenda.

Anonymous said...

one has to have id to fo anythng now, e.g., fly, check into a hotel, get medical treatment, get orescription drugs, have a bank account.

it's hard to see why id for voting is nefarious.

Anonymous said...

Gotta agree with Dave. Voter fraud is built into the system.

Anonymous said...

@2:45. “Maybe CNN has an agenda”?

In April 2009, after David Gergen remarked that Republicans were “searching for their voice” after two electoral losses, Anderson Cooper quipped, “It’s hard to talk when you’re tea-bagging.”

In October 2014, Carol Costello reported on the audio release of Bristol Palin by a man at a get-together, calling it "quite possibly the best minute and a half of audio we’ve ever come across.”

During the 2015 Baltimore riots, Brooke Baldwin suggested that veterans were responsible for the unrest, saying soldiers who become police officers "are coming back from war, they don’t know the communities, and they’re ready to do battle."

On June 2015, while discussing the 2015 attack on the Dallas police headquarters, Frederick Whitfield referred to the gunman, James Boulware, as "courageous and brave, if not crazy".

So I would question their objectivity in the 2014 article you cited. Here’s an excerpt from a report from earlier this week by reporter Eric Shawn of Fox News:

“Once was apparently not enough for Pasco Parker.

Prosecutors say the 63-year-old Tennessee man voted in the 2012 presidential election, not once ... not twice ... but three times, in three different states.

"It's too easy to vote twice, it comes down to your honor," said Jay DeLancy, executive director of North Carolina volunteer voting watchdog group The Voting Integrity Project, which caught Parker.

DeLancy cited the case as an example of the kind of voter fraud that some have dismissed as overblown. "It's a lot more widespread than what people think, because the general public thinks there is no voter fraud. As proof they look at prosecutions, but we have learned how difficult it is to get prosecutions," he said.

It was DeLancy's group that brought Parker's case to the attention of election officials and law enforcement – and Parker is not alone. His was one of 149 cases of suspected double-voting DeLancy says his group has turned over.”

Anonymous said...

149 cases. "Suspected" double-voting. That's likely to throw an election now isn't it?

Anonymous said...

3:54: Do you know for sure the 149 voters did not have photo ID?

Anonymous said...

@7:02. North Carolina has a population of roughly 10 million. Extrapolating that out to the U.S. population of 324 million, that would be 4,828 votes.

If Al Gore won approximately 1,000 more votes in 4 Florida counties in the 2000 election, he would've won the presidency rather than GW Bush.

Anonymous said...

7:03 - no, I'm not 100% sure that the 149 voters didn't have photo ID. So, is that a good reason to drop the voter ID laws?

Anonymous said...

Sounds like the libtards are saying there has never been a proven case of voter fraud and we are going to do everything we can to make sure you will never be able to prove it.

Sounds like Hilliary and her email containning OUR secrets.

Anonymous said...

it's a question of good faith versus leaving the door open to skullduggery by bad faith people.

Anonymous said...

"Trust but verify".