Every Republican Accusation is a Confession (An on-going series)

Guys, I hate to tell you this but voter fraud is real after all:

He’s a one-man wave of corruption!

After Donald Trump lost the presidential election, falsely claiming election fraud, Meadows became senior partner at the Conservative Partnership Institute (CPI), which promotes “election integrity” efforts. The organization’s “citizen’s guide” urges activists to determine that the registrations of their neighbors are legal by checking on “whether voters have moved, or if the registrations are PO Boxes, commercial addresses or vacant lots” and then “obtaining evidence: photos of commercial buildings? Vacant lots?” and “securing affidavits from current residents that a registered voter has moved.”

So it takes a really special kind of asshole to register in three different states.

Now it turns out that until last week, Meadows was simultaneously registered to vote in three different states — North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina — according to state records obtained by The Fact Checker.

The overlap lasted about three weeks, and it might have continued if revelations about Meadows’s voting record had not attracted scrutiny in North Carolina. Meadows is still registered in Virginia and South Carolina.

But it wouldn’t be a GOP story if is was not shameless:

Meadows, in fact, was the keynote speaker at a CPI Election Integrity Summit in Atlanta on Feb. 19. “What you’re doing is investing in the future of our country and making sure only legal votes count,” Meadows told attendees. He said he had just gotten off the phone with Trump, who he said had told him: “We cannot give up on election integrity.”

Every Republican accusation is a confession.

 

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7 Responses to Every Republican Accusation is a Confession (An on-going series)

  1. spotthedog says:

    So I take it he was able to cast a vote for Biden in all 3 states, thereby proving voter fraud in a most convincing fashion!!! Wait, what, no?!? you mean that didn’t happen?

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  2. three votes. Yeah, that doesn’t even budge the meter in 70 million votes. Vote fraud doesn’t even exist, but it won’t even make a difference, and the penalties are daunting.

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  3. Lofgren says:

    As many folks predicted back in November 2020, we would eventually learn that when the Republicans said, “The Democrats must have cheated to have won,” what they were really saying was, “But we cheated. How could we not have won?”

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  4. Mike B. says:

    I don’t know if there’s anything wrong with being registered in more than one place, as long as you only vote in the one you live in. I moved a year ago and registered in my new residence. So I assume I was for a time registered in both old and new locations. Eventually I got mail from the old place asking if I had moved, and I replied, so I’m sure they cancelled my registration then.

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  5. Redhand says:

    Mark Meadows was simultaneously registered to vote in three states

    Hey, ain’t this illegal or sump-tin?

    Gah, what a lawless A-hole. Seriously.

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  6. Richard Portman says:

    Wait what about that Critical Race Theory tool that they were using? They don’t use it so much anymore , now that they realize there actual American people who remember our history.

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  7. annieasksyou says:

    “Every Republican accusation is a confession” should be emblazoned everywhere, every time there’s voter fraud (it’s all been Republicans), child porn, and all the other garbage.

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