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Once Again, The GOP's Interstate Crosscheck Purging Program Steals Another Election

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Just like it worked to hand Trump the election by tipping the electoral college in the GOP's favor, Republican shitbag Kris Kobach's Crosscheck program gives the GOP a win in Georgia.

Watch here to see how this program works: Greg Palast: How Racist Voter Suppression Could Cost Jon Ossoff the Georgia Election | Democracy Now!

More here about how 40,000 minority voter registrations went "missing" from the voter rolls:

Truthout: Tell us about voting irregularities in the primary, which resulted in Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff running against Republican Karen Handel today.

Greg Palast: It's ugly in the Sixth. One of the worst parts is the systematic disenfranchisement of the Asian American community. For years, I’ve followed the work of the Asian-American Legal Advocacy Center, a group running a campaign to register new Americans to vote. When the group complained about thousands of the collected names missing from the voter rolls, the Secretary of State, a Republican, retaliated against them. According to attorney Nse Ufot:

They were doing a campaign to register 10,000 Korean-Americans to vote, and had quite a bit of success. At some point during the campaign, they noticed that many of the folks that they were registering were not showing up on the voter rolls. So, they reached out to the Secretary of State to say, "Hey, where are our folks? Why aren't they showing up on the rolls?" They never got an official response. What they did get was the GBI kicking in the door and requesting all of their files.

While no charges were brought, the terrifying raid was enough to at least temporarily derail the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign. According to a written statement sent to me yesterday by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta, the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign ended in 2015. Since that time, the Asian American Legal Advocacy Center has ceased to exist as such, though at least some of its work is being carried on by the group that replaced it: the Atlanta branch of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, which continues to engage in voter registration efforts, according to its website.

Ufot's own group, New Georgia Project, has also seen the registrations of new voters of color suspiciously vanish.

Ufot told me, "We submitted 86,419 voter registration forms. There are 46,000 of the folks that we've registered who have made it, and 40,000 of them are missing."

So, New Georgia Project contacted the Republican Secretary of State's office.

"You know what they told us?" Ufot asked. "'We don't know what you're talking about. What forms?' They did not disappear. We intentionally registered voters on paper forms so that we could make copies. We knew who they were. They were not on the voter rolls."

Greg Palast: Jim Crow Scam Threatens to Tip Georgia's Ossoff-Handel Race
 

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Boo HOO HOO, we lost so now we will claim we got robbed.
 

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Gee, when the Republicans prevent the Democrats from cheating, the result is usually a Republican win and a Democrat meltdown, complete with excuses, screams, and accusations directed against everyone except themselves.

Awww....:itsok:
 

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Just like it worked to hand Trump the election by tipping the electoral college in the GOP's favor, Republican shitbag Kris Kobach's Crosscheck program gives the GOP a win in Georgia.

Watch here to see how this program works: Greg Palast: How Racist Voter Suppression Could Cost Jon Ossoff the Georgia Election | Democracy Now!

More here about how 40,000 minority voter registrations went "missing" from the voter rolls:

Truthout: Tell us about voting irregularities in the primary, which resulted in Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff running against Republican Karen Handel today.

Greg Palast: It's ugly in the Sixth. One of the worst parts is the systematic disenfranchisement of the Asian American community. For years, I’ve followed the work of the Asian-American Legal Advocacy Center, a group running a campaign to register new Americans to vote. When the group complained about thousands of the collected names missing from the voter rolls, the Secretary of State, a Republican, retaliated against them. According to attorney Nse Ufot:

They were doing a campaign to register 10,000 Korean-Americans to vote, and had quite a bit of success. At some point during the campaign, they noticed that many of the folks that they were registering were not showing up on the voter rolls. So, they reached out to the Secretary of State to say, "Hey, where are our folks? Why aren't they showing up on the rolls?" They never got an official response. What they did get was the GBI kicking in the door and requesting all of their files.

While no charges were brought, the terrifying raid was enough to at least temporarily derail the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign. According to a written statement sent to me yesterday by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta, the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign ended in 2015. Since that time, the Asian American Legal Advocacy Center has ceased to exist as such, though at least some of its work is being carried on by the group that replaced it: the Atlanta branch of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, which continues to engage in voter registration efforts, according to its website.

Ufot's own group, New Georgia Project, has also seen the registrations of new voters of color suspiciously vanish.

Ufot told me, "We submitted 86,419 voter registration forms. There are 46,000 of the folks that we've registered who have made it, and 40,000 of them are missing."

So, New Georgia Project contacted the Republican Secretary of State's office.

"You know what they told us?" Ufot asked. "'We don't know what you're talking about. What forms?' They did not disappear. We intentionally registered voters on paper forms so that we could make copies. We knew who they were. They were not on the voter rolls."

Greg Palast: Jim Crow Scam Threatens to Tip Georgia's Ossoff-Handel Race





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Let the LWNJ butthurt flow!!

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Just like it worked to hand Trump the election by tipping the electoral college in the GOP's favor, Republican shitbag Kris Kobach's Crosscheck program gives the GOP a win in Georgia.

Watch here to see how this program works: Greg Palast: How Racist Voter Suppression Could Cost Jon Ossoff the Georgia Election | Democracy Now!

More here about how 40,000 minority voter registrations went "missing" from the voter rolls:

Truthout: Tell us about voting irregularities in the primary, which resulted in Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff running against Republican Karen Handel today.

Greg Palast: It's ugly in the Sixth. One of the worst parts is the systematic disenfranchisement of the Asian American community. For years, I’ve followed the work of the Asian-American Legal Advocacy Center, a group running a campaign to register new Americans to vote. When the group complained about thousands of the collected names missing from the voter rolls, the Secretary of State, a Republican, retaliated against them. According to attorney Nse Ufot:

They were doing a campaign to register 10,000 Korean-Americans to vote, and had quite a bit of success. At some point during the campaign, they noticed that many of the folks that they were registering were not showing up on the voter rolls. So, they reached out to the Secretary of State to say, "Hey, where are our folks? Why aren't they showing up on the rolls?" They never got an official response. What they did get was the GBI kicking in the door and requesting all of their files.

While no charges were brought, the terrifying raid was enough to at least temporarily derail the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign. According to a written statement sent to me yesterday by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta, the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign ended in 2015. Since that time, the Asian American Legal Advocacy Center has ceased to exist as such, though at least some of its work is being carried on by the group that replaced it: the Atlanta branch of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, which continues to engage in voter registration efforts, according to its website.

Ufot's own group, New Georgia Project, has also seen the registrations of new voters of color suspiciously vanish.

Ufot told me, "We submitted 86,419 voter registration forms. There are 46,000 of the folks that we've registered who have made it, and 40,000 of them are missing."

So, New Georgia Project contacted the Republican Secretary of State's office.

"You know what they told us?" Ufot asked. "'We don't know what you're talking about. What forms?' They did not disappear. We intentionally registered voters on paper forms so that we could make copies. We knew who they were. They were not on the voter rolls."

Greg Palast: Jim Crow Scam Threatens to Tip Georgia's Ossoff-Handel Race
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Racism, cultural appropriation, and uhm....more Racism!!

That is why Pajama boy Ossoff lost.
 

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Kris is a great guy and will be the next Governor of Kansas. Your bullshit race crap is just that, crap. You silly snowflakes have not learned a damn thing.
 

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Just like it worked to hand Trump the election by tipping the electoral college in the GOP's favor, Republican shitbag Kris Kobach's Crosscheck program gives the GOP a win in Georgia.

Wait, you mean Russia didn't steal it?
 

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I'm seriously disheartened. Republicans in Congress have made it clear that they want to take away healthcare for millions of people, cut Medicaid, reverse civil rights gains, eventually do away with Social Security and Medicare, and cut taxes for the 1%. They are well on their way, and voters just do not seem to care. Do these voters actually support these actions? I cannot fathom why they would. Are we to go back to an existence where only the rich and some white people have rights?We'll become a third world country at this rate.
 

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Democrats while looking in the mirror...

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Just like it worked to hand Trump the election by tipping the electoral college in the GOP's favor, Republican shitbag Kris Kobach's Crosscheck program gives the GOP a win in Georgia.

Watch here to see how this program works: Greg Palast: How Racist Voter Suppression Could Cost Jon Ossoff the Georgia Election | Democracy Now!

More here about how 40,000 minority voter registrations went "missing" from the voter rolls:

Truthout: Tell us about voting irregularities in the primary, which resulted in Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff running against Republican Karen Handel today.

Greg Palast: It's ugly in the Sixth. One of the worst parts is the systematic disenfranchisement of the Asian American community. For years, I’ve followed the work of the Asian-American Legal Advocacy Center, a group running a campaign to register new Americans to vote. When the group complained about thousands of the collected names missing from the voter rolls, the Secretary of State, a Republican, retaliated against them. According to attorney Nse Ufot:

They were doing a campaign to register 10,000 Korean-Americans to vote, and had quite a bit of success. At some point during the campaign, they noticed that many of the folks that they were registering were not showing up on the voter rolls. So, they reached out to the Secretary of State to say, "Hey, where are our folks? Why aren't they showing up on the rolls?" They never got an official response. What they did get was the GBI kicking in the door and requesting all of their files.

While no charges were brought, the terrifying raid was enough to at least temporarily derail the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign. According to a written statement sent to me yesterday by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta, the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign ended in 2015. Since that time, the Asian American Legal Advocacy Center has ceased to exist as such, though at least some of its work is being carried on by the group that replaced it: the Atlanta branch of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, which continues to engage in voter registration efforts, according to its website.

Ufot's own group, New Georgia Project, has also seen the registrations of new voters of color suspiciously vanish.

Ufot told me, "We submitted 86,419 voter registration forms. There are 46,000 of the folks that we've registered who have made it, and 40,000 of them are missing."

So, New Georgia Project contacted the Republican Secretary of State's office.

"You know what they told us?" Ufot asked. "'We don't know what you're talking about. What forms?' They did not disappear. We intentionally registered voters on paper forms so that we could make copies. We knew who they were. They were not on the voter rolls."

Greg Palast: Jim Crow Scam Threatens to Tip Georgia's Ossoff-Handel Race


So what's your excuse for SC? LMAO


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Boo HOO HOO, we lost so now we will claim we got robbed.

:lol:

Diga me Tonto --- does the phrase "three million illegals" ring a bell?

The memory is the second thing to go.....
 

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I'm seriously disheartened. Republicans in Congress have made it clear that they want to take away healthcare for millions of people, cut Medicaid, reverse civil rights gains, eventually do away with Social Security and Medicare, and cut taxes for the 1%. They are well on their way, and voters just do not seem to care. Do these voters actually support these actions? I cannot fathom why they would. Are we to go back to an existence where only the rich and some white people have rights?We'll become a third world country at this rate.





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Just like it worked to hand Trump the election by tipping the electoral college in the GOP's favor, Republican shitbag Kris Kobach's Crosscheck program gives the GOP a win in Georgia.

Wait, you mean Russia didn't steal it?

It has never been my belief that Russia stole the election. The GOP is already skilled enough at doing that themselves.
 

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What will it take?


I'm seriously disheartened. Republicans in Congress have made it clear that they want to take away healthcare for millions of people, cut Medicaid, reverse civil rights gains, eventually do away with Social Security and Medicare, and cut taxes for the 1%. They are well on their way, and voters just do not seem to care. Do these voters actually support these actions? I cannot fathom why they would. Are we to go back to an existence where only the rich and some white people have rights?We'll become a third world country at this rate.
Another fear mongering whore. Sigh...
 

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When they see their leader Hillary slamming Trump and rattling off a list of excuses and boogeymen who stole her election why wouldn't her followers do the same? Great formula, stick with it. :clap:
 

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Just like it worked to hand Trump the election by tipping the electoral college in the GOP's favor, Republican shitbag Kris Kobach's Crosscheck program gives the GOP a win in Georgia.

Watch here to see how this program works: Greg Palast: How Racist Voter Suppression Could Cost Jon Ossoff the Georgia Election | Democracy Now!

More here about how 40,000 minority voter registrations went "missing" from the voter rolls:

Truthout: Tell us about voting irregularities in the primary, which resulted in Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff running against Republican Karen Handel today.

Greg Palast: It's ugly in the Sixth. One of the worst parts is the systematic disenfranchisement of the Asian American community. For years, I’ve followed the work of the Asian-American Legal Advocacy Center, a group running a campaign to register new Americans to vote. When the group complained about thousands of the collected names missing from the voter rolls, the Secretary of State, a Republican, retaliated against them. According to attorney Nse Ufot:

They were doing a campaign to register 10,000 Korean-Americans to vote, and had quite a bit of success. At some point during the campaign, they noticed that many of the folks that they were registering were not showing up on the voter rolls. So, they reached out to the Secretary of State to say, "Hey, where are our folks? Why aren't they showing up on the rolls?" They never got an official response. What they did get was the GBI kicking in the door and requesting all of their files.

While no charges were brought, the terrifying raid was enough to at least temporarily derail the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign. According to a written statement sent to me yesterday by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta, the "10,000 Korean Votes" campaign ended in 2015. Since that time, the Asian American Legal Advocacy Center has ceased to exist as such, though at least some of its work is being carried on by the group that replaced it: the Atlanta branch of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, which continues to engage in voter registration efforts, according to its website.

Ufot's own group, New Georgia Project, has also seen the registrations of new voters of color suspiciously vanish.

Ufot told me, "We submitted 86,419 voter registration forms. There are 46,000 of the folks that we've registered who have made it, and 40,000 of them are missing."

So, New Georgia Project contacted the Republican Secretary of State's office.

"You know what they told us?" Ufot asked. "'We don't know what you're talking about. What forms?' They did not disappear. We intentionally registered voters on paper forms so that we could make copies. We knew who they were. They were not on the voter rolls."

Greg Palast: Jim Crow Scam Threatens to Tip Georgia's Ossoff-Handel Race
WAAAAHHHH!!!!
 

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