MoveOn.org Offering $250,000 for Evidence of Felony-Level Fraud

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Still smarting from the Democrat’s curtsy to Katherine Harris’ shenanigans in 2000 and short blip of protest registered over Ohio’s tragically long lines in 2004, Moveon.org wants to make sure that any election fraud doesn’t get swept under the rug in the name of post-election decorum.

MoveOn.org is putting its money where its mouth is so that any fraud stays in the light. In fact, they are offering a $250,000 dollar reward “for new material evidence leading to a felony conviction for an organized effort of partisan voter suppression or electronic voting fraud.”

Lets hope that a quarter mil is enough the get those whistles blowing on the NRCC Robocalls.

— Koshlan Mayer-Blackwell

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