Massive Voter Fraud Discovered In Mississippi GOP Primary

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June 27, 2014 12:35pm PST

In today’s day and age, corruption is running rampant throughout American politics and as it’s allowed to progress, it seems that dirty representatives have become more blatant in their actions. So just may be the case when it comes to the recent defeat in the Mississippi GOP Primary where Thad Cochran came out ahead of Chris McDaniel.

As it turns out, on top of his dirty politics used during the race, it seems that Cochran may have influenced a few Democrats to vote during the GOP primary – which is illegal – with the amounts of fraudulent voters being as much as 1,000 in just one country.

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Speaking with Sean Hannity during a recent interview, McDaniel explained:

It’s not so much a recount. We’re looking to the issue of whether or not people who participated in the June 3rd Democrat Primary crossed over into the Republican Primary this Tuesday night. And we’ve already found more than 1,000 examples of that in one county alone. So, we’ve found widespread irregularities of ineligible voters that should not have been there in the first place. And they were pushed there–this is what’s shocking, Sean–they were pushed there be an overt action, an aggressive action on the part of Senator Cochran’s campaign, that was filled with race-baiting, lies, distortions. He literally ran the latter three weeks on food stamps. He ran on voter suppression and he ran on pork. Mississippi is a conservative state and one would think that our party was a conservative party, but this proves otherwise.

Seeing how Cochran won by only 6,400 votes, you can see why discovering this to be true could be an astounding discovery – for McDaniel that is. Cochran displayed his absolute power hungry mindset by making it a point to bend what is usually Conservative ideals in such a way that he would incur votes from anyone no matter their allegiance.

What do you guys think of this – is this what politics has come to? Let us know in the comments below.

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