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Chris McDaniel Offers $15,000
Reward for Voter Fraud Evidence

Roll Call, by Alexis Levinson

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Posted By:tisHimself, 7/5/2014 5:32:19 AM

State Sen. Chris McDaniel has offered 15 rewards of $1,000 each to any person who can “provide evidence leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone involved in voter fraud” in the Republican primary for Senate in Mississippi. On Thursday, his campaign announced the “challenge” in the latest episode in a circus of a Senate race. On June 24, incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., defeated McDaniel in a primary runoff by 6,700 votes. But McDaniel has refused to concede, alleging Cochran’s team paid for votes. McDaniel’s team also charges some people voted in the Democratic primary earlier in the month and then

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: maroon, 7/5/2014 7:22:07 AM     (No. 9911661)

As a Mississippian, I can tell you the Dems are chomping at the bit to run against McDaniel in the general election.

The Republican fear from the beginning was that Dems would cross over to vote McDaniel in as the GOP candidate. I an certain that many did just that.

Methinks Mcaniel is enjoying the attention. His ego is in full control.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Urgent Fury, 7/5/2014 7:33:31 AM     (No. 9911665)

Way to give away the seat to the RATS, Cochran.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: Rama41, 7/5/2014 7:39:29 AM     (No. 9911670)

It will be informative to see how many respond to the offer.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: periwinkel, 7/5/2014 7:45:52 AM     (No. 9911677)

Whatever happens this race has pulled the kindly masks off the ugly faces of Moderate Republicanism. I now see Haley Barbour in the same light as Mitch McConnell, John Cornyn, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, Kelly Ayotte and a whole host of other Senators too numerous to mention. They are all dirty politicians who will do anything to beat Grassroots Conservatives who are supposedly their brother politicians...you remember the Big Tent Republican Party???

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Reply 5 - Posted by: cartcart, 7/5/2014 9:26:57 AM     (No. 9911752)

You lost. Deal with it next election.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: glsmith36, 7/5/2014 9:48:46 AM     (No. 9911782)

Cartcart. McDaniel won the Republican part of the Republican primary and runoff. I Cochran had not bought 30,0000 or so votes he would have lost by 20,000 + votes.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: glsmith36, 7/5/2014 9:50:24 AM     (No. 9911784)

Maroon. The Dems voted for Cochran. So by your argument they want to run against Cochran.

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Reply 8 - Posted by: Blue-Z-Anna, 7/5/2014 10:41:46 AM     (No. 9911844)

The honest politician is now in the same boat with the honest climate scientist. Peer review has become a mob lynching the whistle-blower.

If the left fails at burning down all of the libraries and the history of this era is written.....some hundreds of years from now.....it will be called the period of the ´endarkenment´.

....an era when the moody and grumpy and greedy and lazy conspired to punish the foolish Pollyannas who thought they could live lives as highly productive entrepreneurs and free people in a free world.

Misery loves company and demands it.....and enslaves it.



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Reply 9 - Posted by: hot coffee, 7/5/2014 12:35:55 PM     (No. 9911961)

It looks like McDaniel is shaping up to be this year´s Todd Akin/Richard Mourdock.

If Harry Reid survives yet another election, I will scream.

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