Discussion: Judge Orders RNC To Detail Any 'Ballot Security' Work Done With Trump Camp

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Like we all don’t know where the real voter fraud is taking place. Republicraps.


What’s the over/under on whether they actually produce what the judge has ordered, or just come back with a request for more time? (And what’s the bet that the material they produce flatly contradicts the facts on the ground in Nevada?)


You wanna see how real incriminating emails, documents, and cell phones get lost?..Just wait and watch. The reason Pukes are so good at accusing Dems of this shit is because they know all too well how its done, and have been doing it for a very long time.

Here’s the Cliff Notes version of the story:


The judge, U.S. District Court Judge John Michael Vazguez, ordered the RNC to hand over “All agreements in any form between Defendant and the presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump (the “Trump Campaign”) regarding voter fraud, ballot security, ballot integrity, poll watching, or poll monitoring.”

“The courts are rigged with Mexican judges!”

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Another Mexican judge? Pathetic. Sad.

Donald J. Trump, Sr.

In 3, 2, 1…

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This judge is just so ADORABLE. If he ‘thinks’ that the RNC is gonna turn over squat, I have swampland to sell him. CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS told us the RNC and the Republicans wouldn’t commit voter fraud and we are scurrying around t he states just so people can VOTE in 2016. Please.


This is good news for Republicans!

It’s always good news for Republicans!

Judge Orders RNC To Detail Any ‘Ballot Security’ Work Done With Trump Camp

A: Way to the right.
Q: How’s that decree hangin’ Reince?


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Hey GOP …

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Get used to it —

But here’s what happens: OK, so they fail to comply, deny the activity, conceal or destroy evidence. But now, if they do that, mid-level staffers are going to start thinking “holy shit, if I comply with this illegal action, I could actually GO TO JAIL.” And they will start refusing, leaking, etc. The information will come out, in dribs and drabs, that harm RNC worse until Election Day.

I’m sure they won’t delete any evidence.