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On June 20, 2012, President Obama's campaign attorney, Robert Bauer, made a written demand upon Karl Rove to disclose contributors to Crossroads GPS.  Coincidentally, Public Campaign and Public Citizen presidents and a Common Cause representative led the presentation of a citizens' indictment of Karl Rove at the offices of Crossroads GPS in Washington, DC.  That evening Rove appeared on Greta Van Susteren's Fox TV show.  In response to the question, "Is Crossroads GPS a charitable organization and , if so, how do you know that to be the case," Rove launched into an attack upon Jill Simpson.  Rove asserted that Simpson was behind this "thuggish" attempt to "intimidate" his contributors.

Rove attacked Simpson again at the Republican Convention, asserting that she was behind Craig Unger's book "Boss Rove" and its assertion that Rove was behind the death of Rove's former IT guru Mike Connell.

Jill Simpson responded with national research of Rove's current election empire and communication of that research in two national press conferences in addition to reports along the way to appropriate interested parties, including the office of White House counsel.

Her work in conjunction with the cutting edge investigative journalism of Bob Fitrakis and Gerry Bello of the Columbus Free Press and the commitment of FBI and DOJ resources on election day to monitor both voter suppression and election fraud activity effectively blocked Rove's traditional red shifting of votes in the Presidential and US Senate races of 2012.

On election night 2012, this time on Chris Wallace's Fox News program, Rove displayed his disconnection from reality in his insistence that Fox News had jumped the gun in calling Ohio for Obama.

Support the continuing proactive election protection work led by Jill Simpson with a tax deductible contribution to Election Protection Action Education and Defense Fund at ElectionProtectionAction.org.

Funds are needed for contract legal services in connection with the establishment of Jill Simpson's election protection action organizations and the preemptive litigation to spotlight and neutralize the "experimental" patches installed by ES&S and the Ohio SOS Jon Husted on 25 Ohio county tabulators, the services of Jill's assistant Jim March in the national survey of Rove's operations, further research of Rove's electronic voting operations and further litigation in regard to them.

I serve as treasurer to both the Election Protection Action Education and Defense Fund and Election Protection Action, Inc.

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  •  "traditional red shifting of votes"? (1+ / 0-)
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    VClib

    so you have any sources to back up that allegation of past actions?

    Her work in conjunction with the cutting edge investigative journalism of Bob Fitrakis and Gerry Bello of the Columbus Free Press and the commitment of FBI and DOJ resources on election day to monitor both voter suppression and election fraud activity effectively blocked Rove's traditional red shifting of votes in the Presidential and US Senate races of 2012.
    or these regarding 2012?

    It seems curiosity has killed the cat that had my tongue.

    by Murphoney on Mon Dec 31, 2012 at 11:12:14 AM PST

  •  The "Red Shift" (1+ / 0-)
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    tikkun

    "Red Shift," I believe, was coined by Jonathan Simon to describe an ongoing deviation, consistently in favor of the Republican candidates, of the reported election results from how voters said they voted in exit polls.

    The mathematician Richard Charnin has documented such a shift between the 1988 and 2008 elections, using a model he developed and which he confirmed based upon exit poll data filed by the Roper news organization at the University of Connecticut over that time period.  Charnin has published two books on the subject.

    •  and you know there is a huge difference between a (1+ / 0-)
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      depiction of a statistical variance and the pinning of a possessive reference to Karl Rove to the appearance of a phenomenon.

      Do you have any sources to back up these allegations, specifically?

      It seems curiosity has killed the cat that had my tongue.

      by Murphoney on Mon Dec 31, 2012 at 11:45:56 AM PST

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      •  Sources as to Rove's role as red shift architect (1+ / 0-)
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        See: Simon Worrall's article and book on the subject of the assassination of Rove's IT guru, Mike Connell, also discussed in Jesse Ventura and Dick Russell's book on American Conspiracies (Chapter 11).

        Also see Jill Simpson's NYC power point presentation on October 22, 2012, and map presented at National Press Club on October 24, 2012, documented at ElectionProtectionAction.org.

        •  ok-so you are just pushing the same old conspiracy (0+ / 0-)

          It seems curiosity has killed the cat that had my tongue.

          by Murphoney on Mon Dec 31, 2012 at 12:57:17 PM PST

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          •  What's new? (0+ / 0-)

            1) A new Republican insider coming forward in regard to election theft, i.e. Jill Simpson in 2012.

            2) The DOJ sending FBI and attorneys all over the country to monitor and respond to reports of election fraud in 2012.

            3) Columbus Free Press reports of apparent election fraud activity, reported by Fox News TV Cincinnati, Forbes Magazine and others, without any debunking by either MSM or alternative press, in 2012.

            4) Leak from within the OSOS administrative structure of a secret contract with ES&S to install experimental patches in the 2012 election--exposed by three experts as malicious software in 2012 before it could works its mischief.

            •  but no actual source material/links (0+ / 0-)

              for any of it.

              It seems curiosity has killed the cat that had my tongue.

              by Murphoney on Mon Dec 31, 2012 at 01:54:12 PM PST

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              •  LinkSourceMaterials: electionprotectionaction.org (0+ / 0-)

                It's all there.  

                Another new development is the matter-of-fact treatment of electronic vote count fraud via malicious software on a DRE voting machine in the ABC TV series "Scandal."  Rove is presented as Chief of Staff to the President.

                The fraud that turned the Presidential election is portrayed as having occurred in Defiance County, Ohio.  This particular scandal for which a single memory card from one of the county voting machines has survived, is described as a bigger than Watergate, the publication of which would bring down the demonstration of which Rove is a part.

                You can watch past episodes on the internet.

              •  source material/links documenting the "red shift" (0+ / 0-)
                •  I've already suggested that I believe you, (0+ / 0-)

                  yourself, understand that there is a difference between correlation and causality.

                  Again, this is the depiction of a statistical variance, not documentation of whom to blame.

                  It seems curiosity has killed the cat that had my tongue.

                  by Murphoney on Wed Jan 02, 2013 at 07:06:20 AM PST

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  •  Ray Beckerman was in Ohio in 2004 (3+ / 0-)
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    http://fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/...

    Ray Beckerman is a lawyer who spent weeks in Ohio blogging the voter fraud as it happend with documentation.

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