ACORN And SOROS Fingerprints All Over Franken Vote Grab

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Figures:

Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, who orchestrated the recount that gave Democratic challenger Al Franken a lead some six weeks after incumbent GOP Sen. Norm Coleman appeared to win by 725 votes on Election Day, has extensive ties to both the ACORN organization now under federal investigation for vote fraud, and to MoveOn.org ultra-liberal kingmaker George Soros.

In 2006, ACORN endorsed Ritchie in his bid to become secretary of state, and Ritchie also received a campaign contribution that year from Soros.

Indeed, Ritchie has credited his own political career in large part to an obscure, Soros-funded group called the Secretary of State Project (SoS), whose express purpose is to seed state election bureaucracies nationwide with partisan activists — Ritchie among them — who are strategically positioned to influence the outcome of close recounts like the one now underway in Minnesota.

Read on.

While most bemused onlookers were predicting a recount win for Coleman, the always prescient Miss Ann Coulter was correctly reporting that the election was being stolen right before our eyes;  here, here,

and here.

The vote-theft most like Minnesota this year was the infamous 2004 gubernatorial election in Washington State. The Republican won the race on election night, but ballots favoring the Democrat kept being “discovered” until the Democrat finally eked out a majority. At that point, the recount was immediately halted and the Democrat declared the victor.

You would have to go back to Reconstruction to find an election that was stolen by the Republicans this way, but it’s all in a day’s work for the Democrats.

That’s why they were so testy about the 2000 Florida election. It was the one time in the last century Republicans wouldn’t let Democrats steal an election they lost by less than a thousand votes.

No matter how many times Democrats steal elections, Republicans keep thinking the next time will be different. Minnesota is famously clean, isn’t it? It must different. It’s not different. It’s still the Democrats.

Previously at Nice Deb:

Soros Fund-raising For Franken

How much more of this crap are Republicans going to take?

UPDATE:

See Minnesota Democrats Exposed for all the latest on the Franken vote grabs.

The Coleman Camp remains optimistic:

“As we said this morning, and we’ve said previously, Al Franken’s ‘lead’ is artificial and this process is still a long way from being complete. The fact that over 100 votes have been double-counted, overwhelmingly benefitting Al Franken, simply underscores the fact that their lead is not real. Along with seeking a remedy to that problem tomorrow at the Supreme Court, there are still over a thousand rejected absentee ballots that remain outstanding.   So while the Secretary Of State’s spreadsheet shows an artificial lead for the Franken campaign, it is based on votes that do not exist — in essence votes that have been counted twice. Additionally, we are still reconciling our numbers with the spreadsheet and we have already identified some discrepancies.  We have no doubt that when these issues are properly resolved, Senator Coleman will be re-elected to the Senate.”

We firmly believe that if this reconciliation is done correctly, without some votes being counted twice and that the “fifth pile” ballots are handled properly, then we will maintain our lead when everything is said and done.

You can donate to the Stop Al Franken From Stealing the Election Fund, here.

UPDATE (Dec. 24):

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6 thoughts on “ACORN And SOROS Fingerprints All Over Franken Vote Grab

  1. The more I read about Soros and his little projects, the more I think of the line by the CIA agent in Charlie Wilson’s War, the one were he says something along the lines of “Whenever I encounter people who have money and lots of time on their hands to get involved with politics, I kinda forget who I should be shooting at.”

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  3. This, again, is pure fantasy on your part. As has been said: “The St. Paul Pioneer Press reported that experts said there was a “lack of crookedness in the election” and that Loyola Law School election law professor Rick Hasen “said the court’s ruling Tuesday was so thorough that it also ruled out the possibility that either candidate — or their lawyers — could be accused of stealing the election.” So you continue to lie, mislead and cast dopey epithets, NiceDeb. Well done, mate. Keeping doing it, you’ll win the Democratic Party more friends!

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  4. Mal, for a foreigner you sure take an amazing interest in American politics. And thanks for the very convincing, totally unbiased Pioneer Press report.

    Franken stole the election…which is what always happens in close elections that Dems challenge. They always manage to *find* enough votes to win.

    The only exception to this rule was of course the Presidential election in 2000 in which they certainly tried…but their antics were curtailed by the Supreme Ct.

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  5. Like many foreigners I do take a very active interest in American politics – I can think of two wars now where Australians have blindly followed the USA, both of which were unnecessary and both of which have resulted in the deaths of Australians and Americans with little political or moral advantage. Many people outside of the States raised their eyebrows at what seemed to them like a stolen election in 2000. Franken did not steal the election in his state – he won it. Barely, mind you, but he won it. You are exhibiting extreme paranoia!

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