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What will be Groper Don the Con's last campaign lie???

Obama on CSpan now

No pundits

M$Greedia, ReTHUGs and Comey tried to rig the election for Groper Don the Con

but the writing has been on the wall for some time.

Can't wait to scream Fuck 'the collective pack' tomorrow night this time.

OMFG

She coughed

The Last Hour is all the proof you need that ReTHUGs are pathological LIARS

Obama is on CSpan uninterrupted

now

Adios Groper Don the Con

Now I'll watch the end

Fuck you Comey!

Tuesday night at Groper Don the Con's Election Headquarters



Chill out time - John Isner v Andy Murray

for the Paris finals - starting at 9.00am - ESPN

Isner just spared the USA some blushes by being the only American man remaining in the top 20. Had he failed it would have been a first since the 19th century.

Trump campaign and Republicans paid $1.8m to companies mired in voter fraud claims

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/06/trump-campaign-and-republicans-paid-18m-to-companies-mired-in-voter-claims
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Donald Trumpís campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) have paid at least $1.8m to a political operative whose roster of companies include several that have been repeatedly investigated for voter registration fraud, even as Trump has complained that the election is rigged against him.

Three employees of Strategic Allied Consulting, a firm owned by conservative operative Nathan Sproul, pleaded guilty in Florida four years ago to felony charges related to altering and destroying scores of voter registration forms. There were no formal actions against the firm.

Yet recent federal campaign finance reports reviewed by Associated Press show Sproul is now back on the RNCís payroll, this time with a firm named Lincoln Strategy Group, a renamed version of his former firm Sproul & Associates, an Arizona-based firm that was investigated for alleged voter registration misconduct in Nevada and Oregon.

Although Sproul was never charged in the 2012 Florida case, GOP officials and Mitt Romneyís presidential campaign considered the charges against his employees alone serious enough to fire his company in 2012. The chairman of the RNC said this week he didnít know Sproulís firm has been rehired. Neither the Republican party nor the Trump campaign would discuss the specifics of the work Sproul or the firm is doing and in what states.
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