Friday, August 26, 2016

New Donald Trump campaign manager seems to be committing voter fraud. Well of course he is.

Courtesy of The Guardian: 

Donald Trump’s new presidential campaign chief is registered to vote in a key swing state at an empty house where he does not live, in an apparent breach of election laws. 

Stephen Bannon, the chief executive of Trump’s election campaign, has an active voter registration at the house in Miami-Dade County, Florida, which is vacant and due to be demolished to make way for a new development. 

“I have emptied the property,” Luis Guevara, the owner of the house, which is in the Coconut Grove section of the city, said in an intrview. “Nobody lives there … we are going to make a construction there.” Neighbors said the property had been abandoned for several months.

Let's see, racist alt conservative, runs right wing hate site, while also committing voter fraud.

Damn that is an awful lot of straw on that camel's back. 

But don't worry, he's a white guy.

The real concern is passing those voter ID laws so that the poor and non-white cannot commit voter fraud by voting for somebody NOT in the Republican party.

30 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:32 AM

    Progress!

    Conservatives Seem to Understand They’ve Lost the Public Debate on Gay Rights

    http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/08/why-the-right-isnt-talking-about-religious-liberty.html

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    1. Anonymous1:13 PM

      Maybe it's because more family members are coming out of the closet and speaking out.

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  2. Anonymous11:33 AM

    Limbaugh loses it over Trump's immigration flip-flop

    http://www.politico.com/video/2016/08/limbaugh-loses-it-over-trumps-immigration-flip-flop-060425

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  3. Anonymous11:33 AM

    I wonder if he voted in the Florida GOP primary on March 15? Trump definitely has a knack at hiring the best people, doesn't he? I think he hires people who are as sleazy as he is since no one else with any ethics would work for his campaign.

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  4. Anonymous11:51 AM

    Wow! Busted!

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  5. Anonymous12:00 PM

    What a piece of scum. Not only that New Trump Campaign CEO Faced Domestic Violence Charge In 1996

    http://www.npr.org/2016/08/26/491440310/reports-new-trump-campaign-ceo-faced-domestic-violence-charge-in-1996

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    1. Anonymous12:45 PM

      I saw that myself earlier on CNN. Shout it from the rooftops!

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    2. Anonymous1:44 PM

      He smacked around one of his twin baby girls too. Fucking monster.

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    3. Anonymous8:16 AM

      He looks a lot like Donald, only pale. Same shape, same non-existant neck.

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  6. Anonymous12:08 PM

    No Joke: Breitbart Reportedly Works Out of the Basement of a Muslim Millionaire

    ...But according to records at the DC office of tax and revenue, the Breitbart house is actually owned by Mostafa El-Gindy, an Egyptian businessman and former member of parliament. Gindy has received favorable coverage from Breitbart News, which styles him as a “senior statesman”, without an accompanying disclosure that he is the website’s landlord.

    http://www.mediaite.com/online/no-joke-breitbart-reportedly-works-out-of-the-basement-of-a-muslim-millionaire/

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  7. Anonymous12:13 PM

    'Coconut Grove'... that place is apparently a magnet for Republican fraud. Yon Dung was involved in shady stuff there.

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  8. Anonymous12:14 PM

    http://lawnewz.com/politics/bullsht-called-on-story-accusing-trump-campaign-ceo-steve-bannon-of-illegal-voter-registration/

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    1. Anonymous12:57 PM

      But then there's the question of WHY is he registered to vote in Florida? Is it to defraud the government from owed taxes by settign up evidece of residence, even when the pesron is not a resident. Wht do his tax returns say? That may be the bigger crime.

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  9. Anonymous12:17 PM

    Is he the same Trump flunky with the domestic violence issues? Funny how birds of a feather stick together. Bannon is the one that claims to be a Leninite?

    He believes in violence. That is how to win. He would also believe in cheating by whatever means possible.

    He is an excellent choice to demonstrate that Trump surrounds himself with people of character like Trump.

    The dude is also of the same ilk as Sarah and Todd Palin. Dakota Meyer is no stranger in that circle of like minded.

    I would not say trust any of them. If you do verify.

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  10. Anonymous12:37 PM

    As I read the story, his intent was not to commit voter fraud, and I'm not even sure it counts if he doesn't actuall vote in Florida. College kids deal wtih this all the time and the crime is voting in two places, I think. But I might be wrong on this.
    However, it may be his intent was to take advantage of advantageous Florida tax laws, which protect a lot of property not protected elsewhere (which is why O.J. chooses to live in Florida - they can't get his pension) and one of the way people "prove" they are residents of a state is to register to vote.
    So there may be a different crime. or there may be two crimes. Hmmmm

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    1. Anonymous1:48 PM

      If Bannon does not live in Florida and is claiming a Florida address in order to pay a lower income tax, get a lower insurance rate or any of the other advantages that Florida citizens enjoy (discounted tickets at Disney World), then it is a crime. If a college kid lives out of state and claims an in-state residence for lower tuition, that is a crime, too. And when I went to school, and the school found out about it, guess who got a big fat bill before graduation or no diploma. The same thing happened at my kid's high school.

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    2. Anonymous2:12 PM

      Didn't I say it was a crime if he claimed a Fl residence for tax purposes when he wasn't a residence? You sound like you disagree but maybe I heard you wrong.

      I also agree with you about residnece and tuition. I wasn't referring to that. I'm not sure how you thought I was. (I followed the comment with a comment about voting twice, not about college tuition).

      I was referring to college kids who register to vote where they go to school, and fail to "unregister" in the state they came from. I understand (perhpas erroneously) that it's only the voting twice that is illegal. Not be registered two different places.

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    3. Anonymous2:57 PM

      Some people around here are so hair trigger to argue that they argue with people who agree with them. They take offense at things they actually agree with. It's tiring.

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    4. It's a crime - "The Sarasota County supervisor of elections advises new registrants that they must use the address of their legal residence, and notes prominently that applying with untrue information can result in a felony charge punishable by five years in prison or a fine of up to $5,000."
      I don't know for a fact but I'm pretty sure you have to actually live in the county that you are registered. He registered in Florida because he lives in the blue state of CA.
      He's a POS just like Don the Con.

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  11. Anonymous12:51 PM

    Bannon is really stupid, now the Guardian is reporting he's transfered voter registration to yet another florida location. He's showing all of america how to do voter fraud. I hope he gets busted and gets the harshest penalty.

    I bet he's got all sorts of voter frUd ideas to fill Trumps head.

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  12. Anonymous1:09 PM

    Sounds as tho this Bannon guy is one that has done so many dastardly deeds that he should be hung from the nearest post.

    What a jerk off as an American!! He should be run out of our country!

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  13. Anonymous1:42 PM

    Not only that but he is also being financed by Mercer (billionaire) and Egyptian pol El-Gindy (who owns the condo that breibart uses in NYC... the basement that is. BWHAHAHAHAHA

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  14. Anonymous1:45 PM

    Does anyone know where Bannon is supposed to be living?

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    1. In a DC Capitol Hill townhouse that is owned by an Egyptian member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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  15. Anonymous2:05 PM

    Why does it not surprise me Donald Trump's new campaign manager always looks like he desperately needs a long bath and a shave....
    ~Canuck~

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  16. It doesn't take a lot of detective work, to find out that Republicans hold the vast majority of elected positions, from the federal level to municipal.

    So, if their claims of massive voter fraud are to be believed, they have committed such fraud on a scale never before seen.

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  17. Anonymous4:02 PM

    Do campaigns properly vet people anymore, especially Trump, whose campaign is a revolving door.

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  18. Anonymous5:56 PM

    We are not done with Mr. Bannon yet folks. Here's today's latest skeleton from the Bannon closet.

    http://tucson.com/news/local/columnists/steller/political-notebook-trump-point-man-s-bullying-goes-back-to/article_65d7fb0e-54d0-5823-83dc-3f37f735bfed.html

    Shall we take bets on when his last day as Trump's CEO might be?

    Sheesh

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  19. Anonymous8:20 PM

    JEWS YUK:
    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/08/trump-campaign-ceo-didnt-want-children-going-to-school-with-jews-court-document/

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  20. Anonymous9:13 PM

    Pardon my language on a Friday night, but he's as big a fat f*ck as Donald! This is who $arah pals around with? You ARE the company you keep and, quite frankly, honey, there is absolutely no decorum in you, your screwed up family, nor your message that you keep regurgitating when you get lonely. Geez Louise.

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