A few laws have been broken - is McAuliffe afraid of losing now?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by ddddd, Oct 18, 2021.

  1. ddddd

    ddddd Well-Known Member

    Is McAuliffe fearing that the numbers are not on his side in Virginia? Politicians don't mind breaking laws, but are these recent violations so obvious as to show real concern?

    "Vice President Kamala Harris has taped an endorsement of McAuliffe that is reportedly being played at hundreds of African American churches around the state. The problem is the "Johnson Amendment" makes such political pitches in churches a violation of federal law. "

    "Making matters worse, this knowing violation occurred just days after the filing of a complaint against White House presssecretary Jen Psaki for clearly violating the Hatch Act in using the White House press room to support McAullife"

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  2. yakpoo

    yakpoo Well-Known Member

    Democrats are criminals. They're above the law. Would you buy a used car from this guy?

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  3. Robert Ransom

    Robert Ransom Active Member

    The Dem's have the power and wield it regardless of whether laws are being broken, after all, who's going to successfully challenge them, the Repub's?
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  4. yakpoo

    yakpoo Well-Known Member

    Does anyone see the "Green New Deal" as anything other than "taxpayer funded voter fraud"?
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  5. ddddd

    ddddd Well-Known Member

    I also see it as taxpayer funded limitations on freedom, a power grab, and pure evil.
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  6. yakpoo

    yakpoo Well-Known Member

    I think that's why the Marxists are hiding...they're vampires that can't take the Light of Truth.
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  7. StankyBoy

    StankyBoy Active Member

    Even worse, it’s not just illegal in that way but it is against IRS code - bad politically, and leaves the churches open to revocation of tax exempt status.

    By the way - if your church is this blatantly political, it’s really not a church.
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  8. Mopar Dude

    Mopar Dude Well-Known Member

    It is another feel good exercise in futility. There will be unseen disasters to our nation and our economy no different than those we are facing now. Politicians do not reason things through to their conclusion. They have shown that repeatedly. My hired staff reasons long range conclusions better than our elected leaders. Any money those crooks spend beyond what I already have to send them is absolutely fraud. It will take twice as much to fix the problem five years from now. These people are like twenty year olds with their first credit card and they do not possess the responsibility to have it.
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  9. ddddd

    ddddd Well-Known Member

    And another law is broken:

    According to Virginia election law, voters must include the last four digits of their Social Security numbers when filling out an absentee ballot application. Voters may omit the numbers when filling out the absentee ballot application in person at an election office, but they must include the numbers when sending the application in by mail.

    The complaint, filed Tuesday, cites the testimony of Christine Brim, a registered voter. Brim testified that Fairfax County Election Board Chairman Stephen M. Hunt confirmed to her via email that the Fairfax County General Registrar, Scott O. Konopasek, "had instituted a procedure to approve absentee ballot applications on which the applicant has not provided the last four digits of his or her Social Security number."
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  10. StankyBoy

    StankyBoy Active Member

    Election rigging is a Democrat strongpoint.

    The only question is how prevalent it is. Democrats shut down any inquiry into election security, including the unattended ballot boxes which one person could easily drop 150 ballots into. They don’t want the question even posed - and they’ve been pretending it hasn’t been happening for decades.
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