View Full Version : Elections Gingrich Campaign caught in Virginia Petition Fraud Conspiracy

02-06-2012, 06:25 PM
This, after the possibly massaged votes in Nevada where Newt apparently came in second but where extra ballots were found which exceeded the amount of those who signed in.http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/feb/05/nevada-gop-dealing-trouble-box/

The Virginia Attorney General has launched an official Investigation into the Gingrich campaign for petition fraud.

Tuesday, “The Brad Blog” received confirmation from two different state agencies that 1,500 alleged cases of ballot petition fraud was carried out by the Gingrich campaign, after an unsuccessful attempt to qualify for the republican primary ballot in the Commonwealth.

In late December, after Gingrich failed to turn in enough valid signatures to qualify in Virginia, he was caught on video tape telling a supporter in Iowa that the reason for the failure was due to a campaign worker who created 1,500 fraudulent signatures.

"We turned in 11,100, we needed 10,000, 1,500 of them were by one guy who, frankly, committed fraud," Gingrich is seen and heard saying in video originally aired by CNN.

The signatures prompted the State Board of Elections to send the case to the Virginia Attorney General's office two weeks ago. The Deputy Secretary of the SBE called the actions described by Gingrich, if true, "definitely an illegal act."

The Attorney General's office has declined to comment on the investigation due to its ongoing nature.

News of the potentially campaign-killing criminal investigation was confirmed yesterday, even as voters streamed to the polls for Florida's 2012 GOP Primary, where the accused campaign faced off against so-called, “front-runner” Mitt Romney who, ironically enough, may also find himself in the bright spotlight of a criminal voter fraud investigation in the not-too-distant future.

Interestingly, so far every state’s caucus or primary in the 2012 republican presidential nomination process has had allegations of vote fraud flying around since their day in the spotlight, with Iowa having turned out to be openly stolen by GOP ‘officials.’

There’s even been a buzz in Iowa’s local media as to what to do about it. Among other suggestions mentioned, state voter ID cards has been one of the most circulated ideas there, though none of the ideas has yet to be seen as a truly viable solution.

More in link...http://www.examiner.com/conspiracy-in-denver/gingrich-campaign-caught-virginia-vote-fraud-conspiracy

Ace Gunner
02-06-2012, 06:40 PM
his name is on it, therefore he masterminded it /neo socialist militant moron