Oct 8, 2012
Evidence suggests Nathan Sproul’s Strategic Allied Consulting, hired by the RNC, now under second criminal investigation…
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler still isn’t done shaming the great state of Colorado with conspiracy theories, not by a long shot, as displayed at a wingnut “voter fraud” conference late last week in Denver. That, even as he has, publicly at least, completely ignored what now appears to be an actual criminal conspiracy, with actual evidence, concerning actual voter registration fraud (albeit by a Republican outfit, so perhaps it doesn’t count), acknowledged by his own office to be officially under criminal investigation by prosecutors in his state…
With Gessler speaking as a member of a panel titled “Stealing Elections: What the Left Doesn’t Want You to Know About Voter Fraud.” Brad Friedman offers up the following from John Tomasic of the Colorado Independent: Gessler claimed voter fraud had affected the outcomes of elections, that there is evidence of “organized” voter fraud, that Democrats are intentionally registering noncitizens to vote, and that his critics willfully ignore evidence that these crimes are being committed.
To read the entire blog by Brad Friedman, please click here.
Brad Friedman and his Brad Blog have had exemplary coverage of this (among many other) story.
But let’s add some corroboration to this story from Denver’s FOX 31 TV. A week or so ago we re-posted the video Volunteer Busted Only Registering Romney Voters. (click on blue words to view the video)
According to TV31, in Colorado, the state GOP has spent $466,643 — roughly half its total budget — with Strategic Allied Consulting, the firm in question.
Already this year, the RNC has funneled more than $3.1 million to the company, just formed in June by Nathan Sproul, an Arizona voting consultant who has run other firms that have been accused of dumping registration forms filled out by Democrats and other improprieties aimed at helping Republican candidates.And FOX31 Denver has confirmed that the young woman seen registering voters outside a Colorado Springs grocery store in a YouTube video, in which she admits to trying to only register voters who support Mitt Romney, was indeed a contract employee of Sproul’s company.(note from Ron;) State criminal probes are a good start, but when election laws are broken by one corporation in 6 states, it is the job of the Department of Justice to step in to investigate and prosecute interstate violations like this,