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MSNBC’s Ed Schultz Promotes Voter Fraud in Massachusetts

This is absolutely disgraceful.  I guess this is the progressives’ idea of democracy in action.  Just stuff the ballot boxes or do whatever it takes to steal a win.  Holy crap, they’re not even hiding it anymore.  The below audio clip was taken from Ed Schultz’s radio show on 15 Jan 2010.  Listen to it and decide for yourself.

Where is the mainstream media on this one?  This comment is so outrageous it should infuriate Americans regardless of their political affiliations!  This is America not some banana republic; at least not yet.  I mean do we need UN election monitors in Massachusetts to ensure a free and fair election?  Has it come to that?  Or maybe something more sinister is afoot.  Let’s play what if.  What if there was a great deal of fraud in the Massachusetts election?  What would the next step be?  The state would be forced to delay the certification of the election until after it investigates the fraud claims.  Hmmm…how convenient for the healthcare bill. 

Nothing would surprise me at this point.


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  • Matt January 17, 2010 at 10:22 AM

    This is directly from the Dem playbook. We do need to do something about it, I think.

  • John Carey January 17, 2010 at 11:04 AM

    Thanks for the comment Matt. These comments by Ed Schultz just set me off. You know he used to be a Republican in North Dakota. I recall reading something that he said a long time ago. It was something like, the reason he was a Republican because he believed in low taxes and he wanted to make a boat load of money. How he can now loath the party he once welcomed with open arms is beyond me. These progressives want to push their statist/socialist agendas on us and they do whatever is necessary to accomplish their goals. The end justifies the means mentality. It's absolutely disgraceful, pathetic, shameless, anti-republic, anti-democracy, and anti-America. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m all for free speech, but when your speech promotes criminal activity, then yes I think something should be done. And the best way I know to send a message is with the almighty dollar. Maybe it’s time for good people need to stand up, end their silence and boycott his sponsors for his radio show and MSNBC. I’m just thinking out loud again.

  • Neal January 17, 2010 at 3:58 PM

    What is MSNBC? I haven't seen that place in years…not since they cut Alan Keyes is Making Sense.