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Republicans Disavow Man Nabbed In Voter Form Destruction

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posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 08:48 AM
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Wait, The party of voter fraud is caught .... No wonder Republicans think there is voter fraud because they know it is .... Because they do it!

Similar to the argument that Saddam had WMD that Republicans claimed to justify the last war on Iraq. What they didn't say was the fact that the previous Republican administrations supplied Saddam with WMD... I guess that is why they were so sure that he had them ... fast forward to the 2012 election cycle and we keep hearing from Republicans that voter fraud is rampant and needs to be stopped but once again what the Republicans are not telling the public that they are the one doing the dirty deed!

tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com...




The Pennsylvania man arrested in Virginia on Thursday for allegedly throwing completed voter registration forms into a dumpster was released overnight on a $3,000 bond and scheduled to be back in court the day before the election.

Colin Small, a 23-year-old from Phoenixville, Pa., is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 5, Rockingham County Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson told TPM. Small has been charged him with four counts of destruction of voter registration applications, eight counts of failing to disclose voter registration applications and one count of obstruction of justice.

While Small listed himself as a “Grassroots Field Director” for the Republican National Committee on his LinkedIn profile, spokesman Sean Spicer told NBC that Small was never directly employed by the RNC and will be “told to take that down.” The RNC was financing the Virginia voter registration drive as well as drives in seven other swing states, the Los Angeles Times reported.





posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 09:23 AM
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Ah HA !!

Obviously Colin Small is a bought and paid for Obama Campaign operative.

Now we know don't we ?



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 09:26 AM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
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Ah HA !!

Obviously Colin Small is a bought and paid for Obama Campaign operative.

Now we know don't we ?



Small, Colin from PA? does sound fishy!



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 09:31 AM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
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Ah HA !!

Obviously Colin Small is a bought and paid for Obama Campaign operative.

Now we know don't we ?



nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com...




The suspect, Colin Small, 31, was described by a local law enforcement official as a "supervisor" in a Republican Party financed operation to register voters in Rockingham County in rural Virginia, a key swing state in the Nov. 6 election. He was arrested after a local business owner in the same Harrisonburg, Va., shopping center where the local GOP campaign headquarters is located spotted Small tossing a bag into the trash, according to a statement Thursday by the Rockingham County Sheriff’s office. The bag was later found to contain eight voter registration forms, it said. The arrest was reported Thursday night by WWBT-TV in Richmond.


Obviously a demorat plant! LMAO
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posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 09:33 AM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
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Ah HA !!

Obviously Colin Small is a bought and paid for Obama Campaign operative.

Now we know don't we ?



Yeah sureeee. Someone is going to risk 5 years in jail and a felony record to destroy voter registration forms for Obama.



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 10:13 AM
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Yeah.... Right.... It's all Republicans and their evil voter fraud... It's not like people from both parties aren't arrested, convicted and sentenced for felony voter fraud and other charges regularly enough to make the tactic of using it against anyone a real dangerous thing. It can backfire real hard, in the time it takes to say it.

4 Plead Guilty to Felony Charges of Voter Fraud in Troy, Ny

and someone out there want to the trouble of collecting case examples with news supplied mugshots to match..on a number and variety of criminal charges on vote related acts. Some Fraud..some others.

A number of cases with arrests and/or felony convictions

Like I said..... Pointing to one side and jumping up and down in indignation...when both sides are equally guilty of outright criminal action and felony fraud often enough to find solid examples on the first search, first page...and top 5 hits, no less, is kinda silly.. Balance is important, I think.



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 10:15 AM
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Originally posted by 3chainz

Originally posted by xuenchen
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Ah HA !!

Obviously Colin Small is a bought and paid for Obama Campaign operative.

Now we know don't we ?



Yeah sureeee. Someone is going to risk 5 years in jail and a felony record to destroy voter registration forms for Obama.


Aw don't worry.

The legal team will get a plea for probation.

Easy as pie.

That's assuming of course the guy is using his real name.

He might jump bail.

But if he does go to prison he might consider a name change first !!




posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 10:16 AM
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Already trying to set the pretext for a court battle by suggesting voter fraud?

Seems like it..

Its posts like this that warms my heart because they wouldnt be written if you weren't in panic mode. What on earth are you going to do when you lose?



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 10:24 AM
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On Monday, a manager of a retail store in Harrisonburg, Va. allegedly spotted a man throwing a bag containing eight completed voter registration forms into a dumpster before driving off in a black car with Pennsylvania licenses plates. The manager, Rob Johnson, spotted the same car the next day outside of the GOP’s Harrisonburg Victory Office, located down the street.




Sounds backwards.

How did the "manager" know what was in the bag ?


Why would that even draw attention.

That manager must be one nosy sob


And then he miraculously "spotted the same car the next day outside of the GOP’s Harrisonburg Victory Office"




Small was originally hired by Pinpoint to work for Strategic Allied Consulting, a firm run by an Arizona-based Republican political consultant named Nathan Sproul. The RNC fired Strategic Allied Consulting in late September after Florida investigators began looking into potentially fraudulent voter registration forms in the state.


Geesh....talk about a shell company game !!

It's more like "Who's on First"
"Abbott And Costello Who's On First"



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 10:37 AM
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Hmmm


It is not clear what motive Small might have had for throwing away the registration forms. Voters in Virginia do not register by party so there is no way to know whether the recovered registration forms were from Democratic or Republican voters. One GOP source said that a campaign worker could be tempted to throw away forms that have incomplete information since there are penalties under Virginia law for not submitting completed registration forms within 15 days after they are signed. It could not be determined Thursday night if the forms allegedly tossed by Small were incomplete.


Suspicious.

What if the forms were from Republicans ?



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 11:48 AM
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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Yeah.... Right.... It's all Republicans and their evil voter fraud... It's not like people from both parties aren't arrested, convicted and sentenced for felony voter fraud and other charges regularly enough to make the tactic of using it against anyone a real dangerous thing. It can backfire real hard, in the time it takes to say it.

4 Plead Guilty to Felony Charges of Voter Fraud in Troy, Ny

and someone out there want to the trouble of collecting case examples with news supplied mugshots to match..on a number and variety of criminal charges on vote related acts. Some Fraud..some others.

A number of cases with arrests and/or felony convictions

Like I said..... Pointing to one side and jumping up and down in indignation...when both sides are equally guilty of outright criminal action and felony fraud often enough to find solid examples on the first search, first page...and top 5 hits, no less, is kinda silly.. Balance is important, I think.


Quick post a scorecard and we can see who wins the corruption award! balanced corruption now an equal opportunity corruptor ...

isn't American politics great?

The only honest ones are the three blind monkeys, "see no evil, speak no evil and hear no evil" sarcasm/



posted on Oct, 20 2012 @ 01:03 PM
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Quick post a scorecard and we can see who wins the corruption award! balanced corruption now an equal opportunity corruptor ...

isn't American politics great?


Ehh... Not really. If we're to the point of turning a thing like this into a contest?....A whole lot of things have utterly failed. My sole reason for posting anything at all was to point out how far OUT of LINE the attempt to make this political, really is.

I only pulled up enough to make the above point... The point was intended to be something about how BOTH SIDES are criminal...but..as indicated below..well..your example isn't even in the same class..as there is no valid way to define this as a partisan crime or politically driven at all??

Personally, I just have to say bringing this up in the first place, as if there was anything newsworthy about it (with that title leading the whole thing) was exceptionally pathetic for partisan pettiness. I mean, really.....your own story states clearly they don't even known what party anyone might have been or WHO got thrown away since the registrations are by definition, NOT party specific.

So....when we can't even know that...because nothing on the material thrown away CAN show that about each registration.....It really removes 100% of the basis for ever mentioning the story at all, doesn't it? Errr..... Yeah... what was the point of the thread again? I've really missed it...given the specifics of your OP and how is has nothing to do with the thread title?


It is not clear what motive Small might have had for throwing away the registration forms. Voters in Virginia do not register by party so there is no way to know whether the recovered registration forms were from Democratic or Republican voters.


Seriously...? Can you explain how the thread holds any validity at all, given the above lines from your own supporting story material? The whole political side you've put to it kinda becomes unsupportable invention...now doesn't it? ...or did he just somehow "know" what he couldn't possibly have known by data here?





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