Leaked emails from the intelligence group Stratfor recently revealed some shocking allegations of massive Democrat voter fraud in 2008. The emails revealed by WikiLeaks say that the McCain campaign decided to ignore the wide spread voter fraud in order to avoid massive civil unrest — even though it meant he’d lose the White House.
The emails say that Democrats were caught “stuffing ballot boxes in Philly and Ohio,” but the McCain campaign decided to let it all go.
After discussions with his inner circle, which explains the delay in his speech, McCain decided not to pursue the voter fraud in PA and Ohio, despite his staff’s desire to make it an issue. He said no. Staff felt they could get a federal injunction to stop the process. McCain felt the crowds assembled in support of Obama and such would be detrimental to our country and it would do our nation no good for this to drag out like last go around, coupled with the possibility of domestic violence.
J. Christian Adams, a former United States Department of Justice official, notes how fraught with danger these revelations are.
With the blessings of hindsight, we see that fear of mob violence in our country is no longer a hypothetical in the mind of a presidential candidate. The call by the New Black Panther Party in Sanford, Florida, to seize (or kill) a private citizen is no longer the stuff of a senator’s imagination.
Adams was the member of the Justice Dept. that revealed to the world that Obama’s Attorney General, Eric Holder, decided not to prosecute the obvious law breaking perpetrated in Philadelphia by the Black Panthers during the 2008 general election.
Adams feels we are an inch away from major civil unrest as Democrats look to increase voter fraud in order to keep control in Washington and attempt to get away with it by using the threat of civil unrest to intimidate Republicans into turning a blind eye to it all… OR ELSE.
This is exactly the sort of law breaking we’ve come to expect from the Democrat Party. It will get worse before it gets better but that doesn’t mean we should ignore it.