Monday, October 1, 2012

Republican Voter Fraud Scandal Grows

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NBC’s Michael Isikoff reports on the growing scandal involving a paid GOP consultant whose company is accused of conducting voter registration fraud in at least five -- and possibly seven -- key swing states. Instead of registering voters, long-time Republican fraudster-for-hire Nathan Sproul's company Strategic Allied Consulting submitted forms with forged signatures and false addresses and threw away any forms filled out by Democrats.
Sproul did the same thing when George Bush was running for president. Amazingly, no charges have been filed against Sproul or his Republican co-conspirators.
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