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Quote(s) of the Day: Carnahan’s ACORN Allies on Voter Fraud

June 15th, 2010 by mopns · No Comments

The Missouri Republican Party is blasting Robin Carnahan today on her (5 days and counting) silence on a damaging FBI report on St. Louis voter fraud that allegedly occurred in 2006:

“It is clear from the FBI documents that ACORN’s fraud has been rampant on Robin Carnahan’s watch. Carnahan is in charge of protecting Missouri’s elections, but instead, she helped undermine Missourians’ faith in the system by working hand-in-hand with ACORN, the very organization responsible for committing massive fraud throughout the state.” –  Lloyd Smith, Executive Director of the Missouri Republican Party.

According to FBI notes, it appears that ACORN workers confessed to intentionally falsifying voter registration cards.  Some of the excerpts (verbatim):

“Yeah, it’s against the law, I know.” (Page 68)

·         She thought if she used a completely fake name, it would be less like ID theft. (Page 68)

·         “I just made up the information.” (Page 70)

·         “Easier to make up stuff than getting it out of the phone book, then it aint nobody real.” (Page 70)

·         “I didn’t get anyone out of the phone-book, mine were just fake.” (Page 71)

·       “I signed the signatures too.” (Page 71)

·         “I know they’re phony.” (Page 89)

·         “No one @ Acorn check. Acorn didn’t care.” (Page 89)

·         “They knew.” (ACORN) (Page 90)

·         “I signed thousands, Yeah” (Page 104)

·         Knew it was wrong when doing it? “Yeah” (Page 105)

Related:

Robin Carnahan and ACORN: The Revolving Door Continues

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  • 1 John Gillmartin // Jun 15, 2010 at 10:46 am

    Okay. Now we now what we knew all along. So just wait. These people are just like the weather here in Missouri – “if you think this is bad, just wait.”

    It’s one thing to be a problem reporter, it’s quite another to be a problem solver.

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