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Monday, August 09, 2010

Democratically Backed Tea Party Frauds Trying To Cause Election Day Confusion

The quicker the news spreads the less chaos Democratically backed "Tea Party" Candidates can cause in November.

In New Jersey, Florida, Pennsylvania and Michigan, it seems the Democrats are up to no good.

Tea Party candidates are being put on November ballots, the problem is, many are unknown to any portion of the actual Tea Party and some cases, documents obtained by Michigan Taxes Too Much blog show that nine out of 23 Tea Party candidates "had affidavits notarized by a local operative for the Oakland County Democratic Party".

The plot thickened after the Oakland County Democratic Party chairman, Mike McGuinness, told The Detroit News that operative Jason Bauer may have crossed the line by notarizing the affidavits. He was quoted saying the activity was not "sanctioned" by the local party, but "we have to assess internally what we do next."

The theory behind the allegations:

As the midterm election nears, allegations are surfacing across the country that Democrats are exploiting conservatives' faith in the Tea Party name by putting up bogus candidates in November -- the claim is that those "Tea Party" candidates will split the GOP vote and clear the way for Democratic victories.

The flaw in that theory is that third party candidates rarely show well and the actual Tea Party itself is making sure that people are aware of this act of desperation on the part of Liberal Democrats who fear November.