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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Name that party: Vote fraud edition

Pedro Cortés resigned as the chief election official of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania after allowing illegal aliens to register to vote.

Chris Brennan of the Philadelphia Inquirer wrote a 612-word report on the resignation.



From Brennan:
Pedro Cortés, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, abruptly resigned from office Wednesday, three weeks after his agency came under criticism for a glitch that may have allowed thousands of ineligible immigrants statewide to vote.
The report included all sorts of information, including the party affiliation of the chairman of the legislative committee investigating this "glitch," as Brennan called registering illegal aliens. (Republican.)

But Brennan did not identify the party affiliation of Cortés.

Guess what it is?

That's right, Democrat.

You've played this game before.

I sent Brennan an email asking him why he did not include this. He gave a prompt answer: "Fair point. I should have noted he is a Democrat. Just forgot to do so."

Mystery solved.

By the way, Nick Corasaniti gave the same answer when asked why he did not identify the party of Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey in a 1,368-word story on his bribery trial.

Guess what party Menendez belongs to.

Yep.

Democrat.

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12 comments:

  1. Democrats cause memory loss.

    -Mikey NTH

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  2. Guess what party Chris Brennan and co. belong to?

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  3. Of course he's a Democrat. He was born in Puerto Rico. He's a poster boy for the culture of political corruption that turned Puerto Rico into a basket case even before the hurricane. - Elric

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    1. Oh, those crazy Democrats in Puerto Rico! This is posted over at foxnews.com. - Elric

      "FBI in Puerto Rico investigating if corrupt local officials are 'withholding' or 'mishandling' crucial supplies"
      By Jake Gibson, Fox News

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  4. The Inky's been a Lefty rag for 50 years ever since it was bought by Knight-Ridder.

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  5. "Everybody" knows his party affiliation. It's skipped over so often.

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  6. Hard bust, Big D. You still got reporter chops. GREAT bust.

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  7. Everyone needs to watch this video and how they are going to take semi autos firearms away,remember what they did in the 1968 gun law.Don you need to to watch and do a story on this,I think the guy doing the video is anti Trump,but this bill is bad news.

    https://youtu.be/sCLoIorYguU

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    1. That's something that worries me a lot, since people don't see how insidious this bill is.

      This bill, HR3999, doesn't even mention bump stocks. It's open language, and its emanations and permutations as determined by bureaucrats in the BATFE, will end up making all semi-auto rifles illegal!

      Here is a list of the "Republican" turncoats who sponsor this underhanded bill. Please take action!

      Carlos Carbelo (Fl) (202) 225-2778
      Peter King (NY) (202) 225-7896
      Leonard Lance (NJ) (202) 225-5361
      Partick Meehan (PA) (202) 225-2011
      Ed Royce (CA) (202) 225-4111
      Chris Smith (NJ) (202) 225-3765
      Erik Paulsen (MN) (202) 225-2871
      Ryan Costello (PA) (202) 225-4315
      Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (FL) (202) 225-3931
      Charlie Dent (PA) (202) 225-6411
      Mike Fitzpatrick (PA) (202) 225-4276

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  8. Bet Mr. Cortes, true to his ilk everywhere, was concentrating on getting members of his tribe on the voting rolls. Nowadays being a pol with an Hispanic background means representing your tribe and your tribe only.

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    1. Only the Democratic ones. Our Hispanic congressman in my district represents all.
      Has to. West Virginia is the least Hispanic state

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  9. "three weeks after his agency came under criticism for a glitch that may have allowed thousands of ineligible immigrants statewide to vote."

    Glitch my ass. That was intentional fraud. Just like when Democrat operatives with bylines "forget" to name the party of an accused felon. Forgot my ass.

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