• James O'Keefe May Face Jail Time for Heroic Journalism Prank

    These are tough times we're living in folks! Our country is under assault from people who want to do all kinds of vaguely nefarious things. Things that probably involve literal boat-loads of dildos and Muslims living quiet unmolested lives and poor people haphazardly casting votes for things they aren't smart enough to comprehend. That's why we need to people like James O'Keefe out there to even the score. To strike a blow for the big guy.

    So, it really pains me to see James O'Keefe — who happens to be the person most like James O'Keefe — being subjugated under the cruel yoke of laws that were clearly written for less heroic people

    [Nashua City Clerk Paul] Bergeron said this morning he believes the filmmakers may have committed a federal crime, as well, if they crossed state lines to record the undercover video, and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

    "It's against the law to steal, so if you go out and steal and then put up a video and say, 'Look, I stole something,' that's a crime. What these people did was a crime; they stole a person's identity and used it to try to obtain a ballot that would be used in a state election," said Bergeron.

    "They recorded it without election officials' knowledge, which apears to be a violation of our New Hampshire wiretapping codes, and some of these are out of state residents, so I don't know if violations of wiretapping or ID theft could hold up in court, but if they crossed state lines to commit these crimes, it may be a federal crime as well. This is serious; we won't tolerate voter fraud, regardless of what the intent might be," Bergeron said.

    Oh, really, Mr. Nashua City Clerk? I wonder what your tone would be if it turned out that the voter fraud was done to help lesbian communists train black children to be terrorists for Mexican drug cartels?

    Your double standards sicken me!

    Tags: James O'Keefe, New Hampshire, Voter Fraud, Voter Suppression


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