Matt Schlapp, Mark Meadows & Jim Jordan
Diamond & Silk
Stephen Moore & Mick Mulvaney
Amber Athey, Josh Hawley, Kevin McCarthy & Donald Trump Jr.
Dan Bongino & Devin Nunes
Michael Knowles, Ronna McDaniel & Ted Cruz
You may remember Kirstin Alvanitakis, who assaulted me in the video that RebelPundit broke earlier this week; she’s the Communications Director of the Louisiana Democrat Party. You also may recall she’s a little obsessed with muckraking video journalist James O’Keefe, and declared on camera that James O’keefe “illegally wiretapped a Senate office (of Senator Mary Landrieu).” Anything to distract from Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu’s disastrous runoff campaign, which Landrieu seems poised to lose this Saturday.
Illegally wiretapping a U.S. Senator’s office, or anyone’s office for that matter, is a felony, however James O’Keefe never illegally wiretapped any senate office, so today he confronted Alvanitakis, and gave her a chance to retract her comments.
While Alvanitakis was confident in her remarks while on camera with me, the look on her face was priceless when James O’Keefe paid her a visit.
O’Keefe was in Baton Rouge on Thursday, announcing that he’s filing bar complaints agains some of the now-disgraced attorneys who prosecuted him years ago for one of his journalistic endeavors. As O’Keefe’s Project Veritas website says:
O’Keefe’s prosecutor Jan Mann, Jim Mann and Sal Perricone have been forced to resign and surrender their federal Bar credentials, but they are still able to practice law in state courts. Their boss, Jim Letten, was forced to resign but is now a Dean at Tulane. Most egregious, Karla Dobinski has had no real disciplinary actions taken against her. She is currently working in the same DOJ component involved in recent major Ferguson, MO and NYC issues.
“It is in the public’s best interest that none of these people should be able to practice in either state or federal court again,” said James O’Keefe.
This video tells it all, when Alvanitakis sees O’Keefe. Not only does she not accept O’Keefe’s offer to retract her comments, O’Keefe then informs her that he will be filing a lawsuit against her as she flees the scene.
Citizen journalist James O’Keefe from Project Veritas was on The Kelly File last night to discuss his latest undercover video released Tuesday. James was reporting from the Cannes Film Festival in France where he held a press conference today.
O’Keefe told Megyn Kelly he was contacted by members of Congress regarding his latest anti-fracking report.
James O’Keefe: I think the nefarious thing about this film we did was they’re trying to stop our energy independence. And those Hollywood figures Ed Begley Jr., Mariel Hemmingway are OK with that and what’s worse is they’re using non-profit groups and (C)(3) groups to cover up from where the funding is coming from. Is that illegal? I know the senate has been investigating that very issue. So there are some serious issues here about the coverup of the funding and about how many movies in Hollywood are funded by these mystery groups.
Megyn Kelly: You tweeted out today that a senate committee has reached out to you over possible non-profit participation and coverup of this video. Is that true have you been reached out to by lawmakers?
James O’Keefe: I have been reached out to by lawmakers. I’m not allowed to give too much information at this point.
In an apparent violation of state law, Battleground Texas officials are exploiting legally protected information to turn voters out to the polls as part of the Democratic party’s quest to paint the Lone Star State blue, a new undercover video from James O’Keefe reveals.
The footage shows Battleground Texas volunteer Jennifer Longoria saying the group uses the phone numbers from voter registration forms in later efforts to boost turnout on election day.
Texas Election Code prohibits the use of, or even the copying of, phone numbers provided by individuals registering to vote.
“Every time we register somebody to vote, we keep their name, address, phone number,” Longoria said.
The video also shows volunteers calling to boost turnout for Wendy Davis’s gubernotorial bid.
The new revelations are likely to add to concerns about an apparent culture of data sharing among Democrat-aligned political and nonprofit organizations. For example, a previous O’Keefe expose raised questions about whether campaigns to get people to sign up for Obamacare had secondary political motives.
Project Veritas has a new video out. In the video, Virginia Rep Jim Moran’s son Patrick advises on how to commit voter fraud
More at American Power, Patrick Moran has resigned amid the allegations. Of course, Democrats will ignore the evidence of voter fraud say that it is Project Veritas that is in wrong here for the undercover taping. They will rant about how voter ID laws are racist. They do these things because they know the voter fraud they claim is not an issue helps Democrats!
Lots to update, and Bob Belvedere has been all over this
-Stacy McCain has filed three more reports since last Friday that help to further expose Neal Rauhauser for the evil and delusional danger he is to decent people.
=On Saturday, he filed a report on some of the latest news in the saga of La Cosa Kimberlin and commented:
Every day, we grab hold of some piece of the Kimberlin saga — some previously unreported fact or overlooked detail, some development on the legal or political front — and we push it as hard as we can, making the story new and fresh every day. One month into this epic battle of informational warfare, there is now a nationwide readership of thousands following this story with fascinated interest, and I am keenly aware of the need to keep moving the ball down the field, like a football team driving toward a touchdown.
It’s so important that we keep this story alive and one of the best ways to do that is by we, the rank and file of The Army Of Davids, doing the research and spreading the word.
=On Sunday, Stacy exposed Neal Rauhauser’s method of thought by publishing items that he had removed from the Internet — but, of course, such items rarely completely disappear. A highlight:
FROM AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION
Earlier this year, Neal Rauhauser “scrubbed” from the Internet several of his online writings in an apparent attempt to conceal evidence that he has been cyberstalking and harassing his enemies, including the late Andrew Breitbart, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe and the group of Tea Party activists who exposed Rauhauser’s role in the 2010 “TwitterGate” scandal.
Cached versions of Rauhauser’s deleted posts were preserved by some of the conservatives he targeted, and show Rauhauser’s fetish for secrecy and his obsession with his various enemies….
The examples of Rauhauser’s writings are useful examples of the man’s demented state of mind, but they also show he is a functioning mentally unbalanced person.
=In his latest from earlier today, Stacy questions why law enforcement officials have seemingly not acted on the evidence at hand:
We are at the point of the story where, if this was a TV crime drama, the detectives would have the suspects locked in a room, confronting them with the evidence and interrogating them for 14 consecutive hours until they cracked.
Is the FBI incompetent? Or — I hesitate to suggest this — has the Justice Department become so corrupted that even the FBI’s hard-won reputation for integrity has been compromised?
This is why Neal Rauhauser’s repeated boastings about his contacts in the FBI disturb me. We know that Rauhauser is a liar and a braggart, but what if he’s actually telling the truth about his cozy relationship with law enforcement? What if the FBI and other law enforcement agencies have actually bought into Rauhauser’s deceptions?
The Pit of Weirdness that is the Kimberlin saga just gets deeper and weirder!
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has declared that there is no proof that in-person voter fraud is a problem. He’s about to see proof that even he can’t deny.
In a new video (below) provided to Breitbart.com, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas demonstrates why Holder should stop attacking voter ID laws–by walking into Holder’s voting precinct and showing the world that anyone can obtain Eric Holder’s primary ballot. Literally.
The video shows a young man entering a Washington, DC polling place at 3401 Nebraska Avenue, NW, on primary day of this year–April 3, 2012–and giving Holder’s name and address. The poll worker promptly offers the young man Holder’s ballot to vote.
The young man then suggests that he should show his ID; the poll worker, in compliance with DC law, states: “You don’t need it. It’s all right. As long as you’re in here, you’re on our list, and that’s who you say you are, you’re okay.”
The young man replies: “I would feel more comfortable if I just had my ID. Is it alright if I go get it?” The poll worker agrees.
“I’ll be back Faster than you can say Furious,” the young man jokes on his way out, in a reference to the Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal that has plagued Holder’s Department of Justice.
Holder has maintained that voter fraud is not a major problem in the United States, and that voter ID would not curb voter fraud in any case.
As Project Veritas has proven, voter fraud is easy and simple–and may be increasingly common in the absence of voter ID laws.
Project Veritas has already shown how dead people can vote in New Hampshire, prompting the state senate to pass a voter ID law; they’ve also shown people can use celebrity names like Tim Tebow and Tom Brady to vote in Minnesota, prompting the state legislature to put voter ID on the ballot as a constitutional amendment.
Question: is the TSA “racist” for requiring a picture ID?
I’m curious, because somehow we’re supposed to believe it’s somehow “racist” to require you to prove yourself yourself before you cast a vote (as a way to combat voter fraud — which of course isn’t a big problem, and even if it is, well, RACISTS!), and yet it’s not considered “racist” to require people to show a picture ID to board a plane.
More double standards from the left I plan to use this question the first chance I get.
Maybe this is yet another Liberal malady? Double Standard Dysfunction?
Various Speakers Including Newt Gingrich, Marco Rubio, James O’Keefe & Herman Cain
Vodpod videos no longer available.
Other Speakers: Dick Morris, Mike Pence, Haley Barbour, Pete Sessions, Mitt Romney, John Boehner, Donald Trump, George Allen, Jay Sekulow, Ron Paul, Eric Cantor & Jon Huntsman.
Watch The Entire Faith & Freedom Coalition’s 2nd Annual Conference HERE.
A pretty significant aw shit moment I would say.
An anti-abortion rights activist today released an edited undercover video she says exposes Planned Parenthood for “aiding and abetting the sex trafficking of underage girls” and “covering up sex abuse.”
The latest release follows similar undercover video releases from young conservative activists, most notably the James O’Keefe-led ACORN videos. And like those videos, which were later revealed to have been selectively edited, this one has immediately generated controversy.
The young woman behind the Planned Parenthood video is O’Keefe associate Lila Rose, whose group Live Action last month sent fake pimps and prostitutes ostensibly involved in an underage sex trafficking ring into Planned Parenthood offices with hidden cameras. Here’s how she describes her latest video, which you can watch below:
This video reveals a top-level Planned Parenthood worker, the manager of Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey’s second largest clinic, making a secret deal with a pimp. Watch and listen as the Planned Parenthood manager, Amy Woodruff, advises the pimp how to make the trafficking of underage girls look “as legit as possible” (her words). Watch and listen as the manager advises the pimp how to ensure that his 14-year old victims of trafficking can still make money for him after secret abortions by performing sex acts “waist up” (her idea). Watch as she advises the pimp to instruct his girls to lie on the paper work about their ages, and identify themselves as “students” to get cheaper contraception and avoid mandatory reporting laws.
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Daytona Beach City Commissioner Derrick Henry and his campaign manager were arrested Wednesday on charges of absentee ballot fraud and voting violations.
Henry, 41, handily won re-election to the non-partisan Zone 5 city commission seat on Aug. 24, but he could soon be suspended from office following an investigation in which he and his campaign manager, Genesis Robinson, 21, admitted to fraudulently ordering dozens of absentee ballots.
On Wednesday, both men were booked at the Volusia County Branch Jail with bail set at $6,000 each. They are charged with third-degree felonies, each punishable by up to by up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $5,000.
Henry, who was first elected to office in 2008, could soon be suspended from the seven-member Daytona Beach City Commission. Gov. Crist has the authority to do so. On Wednesday afternoon, the governor’s office was reviewing the arrest reports.
City spokeswoman Susan Cerbone said a suspension would trigger a special election to temporarily fill the seat, which represents a historically black neighborhood north of U.S. 92 and west of the railroad tracks. Such an election could be held in December at the earliest. City commissioners receive an annual salary of $16,599, she said.
Neither Henry nor Robinson could be reached for comment.
Henry, who is an assistant principal at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, was placed on administrative leave with pay, said a spokeswoman with the Volusia schools district. He has worked at Mainland High School since 1992 and was promoted to assistant principal in 2006, school records show.
Robinson identifies himself in city election records as a full-time college student.
According to the official tally for the Aug. 24 election, Henry received 799 votes, easily defeating opponents Walter Fordham who received 218 votes, and Mario Henderson, who received 212 votes.
Weeks before the election, Volusia County Elections Supervisor Ann McFall became suspicious of a large group of absentee ballot requests, sent online and using a single email address, though the ballots were requested for unrelated people at different residences.
“I thought it was a candidate who didn’t understand the law,” said McFall, who tried to email the requester back. When she didn’t receive a reply, she notified investigators.
McFall said the ballots were mailed and less than 20 were returned.
The joint investigation by the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office and the State Attorney’s Office found the men had requested 92 absentee ballots fraudulently for the Aug. 24 primary. By law, residents are only allowed to request absentee ballots for themselves, immediate family members or for someone for whom they’re acting as legal guardian.
While executing a search warrant at Henry’s home on Sept. 23, investigators found four of the ballots were found under a computer keyboard, deputies said.
Investigators interviewed the people whose names were used on the ballot requests.
One resident said she received an absentee ballot in the mail even though she hadn’t requested one, sheriff’s spokesman Gary Davidson said. She said a few days later one of Henry’s campaign workers showed up at her house and asked if she had received her ballot and had filled it out. The resident said she got the ballot while the campaign worker waited. Then she filled it out, sealed and signed the ballot and turned it over to the campaign worker, Davidson said.
The foreclosure crisis intensified across a majority of large U.S. metropolitan areas this summer, with Chicago and Seattle seeing a sharp increase in foreclosure warnings.
California, Nevada, Florida and Arizona remain the nation’s foreclosure hotbeds, accounting for 19 of the top 20 metropolitan areas with the highest foreclosure rates between July and September.
According to scientists at the University of California San Diego and Harvard University, “ideology is affected not just by social factors, but also by a dopamine receptor gene called DRD4.” That and how many friends you had during high school.
The study was led by UCSD’s James Fowler and focused on 2,000 subjects from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health.
Gunmen killed 15 people at a car wash Wednesday in a Mexican Pacific coast state where drug-gang violence has risen this year. It was the third massacre in Mexico in less than a week.
The gunmen in three vehicles drove up to the car wash in the city of Tepic and opened fire without provocation, said Fernando Carvajal, public safety secretary of Nayarit state, where the city is located.
A federal appeals court has upheld the decision of a Texas school district to punish a cheerleader for refusing to cheer for a player who pleaded guilty to attacking her.
While a grand jury decided against indicting Rakheem Bolton on allegations of rape leveled by the victim, the basketball player later pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of Class A assault.
Likud activists who oppose the settlement freeze have set up a protest movement against the peace process and the continued construction moratorium in the West Bank. The group is modeled after the conservative Tea Party movement in the United States.
The Israeli group will hold a rally Sunday at the Zionist Organization of America House in Tel Aviv, under the banner “Saying No to Obama,”
Nissan is recalling 2.14 million vehicles worldwide including the popular March and Mycra subcompacts for an ignition problem that may stall the engine – its third-largest recall ever.
No accidents have been reported that are suspected of being caused by the defect, according to Yokohama-based Nissan Motor Co. The recall affects cars in the the United States, Europe and Japan.
This week, conservative film maker James O’Keefe released a new hidden camera expose on the New Jersey Education Association (the teacher’s union) called “Teacher’s Unions Gone Wild.”
After it was released, the NJEA questioned its validity and context, and even accused O’Keefe of fabrication. Thursday, O’Keefe responded to that criticism by releasing new graphic video.