Dems: Count the ballots we are still printing!

The Democrats are trying to steal a Senate seat in Minnesota.
The Coleman campaign is trying to block the counting of 32 ballots
because they were riding around with a Democratic election official
for 3 days. Surely you can trust those right? From the

The request from Coleman’s campaign said Minneapolis
elections director Cynthia Reichert called its office at 7:45 p.m.
Friday and reported that 32 ballots had been found and would be
counted the next morning.

“We were actually told they had been riding around in her car
for several days, which raised all kinds of integrity questions,”
said Coleman’s attorney, Fritz Knaak.

The integrity of our elections depends on the physical integrity of
our ballots. But the loony

that doesn’t mind government being a criminal enterprise
when its their government is insisting that all the votes be
counted. Perhaps the netroots ought to get out their printers and
print out a couple thousand more absentee ballots to guarantee they
can win.

Minnesota Democrats Exposed
, the only decent source of
information on the recount

Categories: Syndicated

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