|A young woman caught on camera trying to register Republicans. An amateur filmmaker confronts the young woman over her deliberate attempt to register only voters who support Mitt Romney.|
The Addicting Info crew once again goes to the bat and swings out another home run!
The state of Colorado is significant for its growing Hispanic population. The state is very important for Mitt Romney's campaign because of its culturally conservative voters. The state's largest city Denver is a primary hold for President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama carried Colorado in the last election, and it's going to up for grabs yet again!
This video filmed by a woman from El Paso County, Colorado has went viral. The amateur filmmaker and the dumb ass Romney supporter. The woman pulls aside a young woman who is out registering people to vote. Let's say it didn't go the way it was planned.
The woman confronted the young woman over her admission that she's trying to register voters in favor of Mitt Romney. The woman asked her if she works for the Romney campaign. The young woman stated that she's working for the country clerk of the board of elections.
The reason why this is an issue that's certainly going to find its way with liberal agitators such as Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Alan Colmes, Stephanie Miller, Al Sharpton and Chris Matthews is the fact that this young woman is supposedly works for a non partisan government agency that is required to make sure that voter fraud isn't happening.
The woman works for firm that's supportive of the Republican Party.
Strategic Allied Consulting a group that supports Republican voter turnout was also recently dropped by the Republican National Committee and the Florida Republican Party amidst news headlines and allegations of voter fraud in 10 Florida state counties.
The Virginia-based firm is run by Nathan Sproul, who also owns the Lincoln Strategy Group which, coincidentally, has also been involved in widely-reported voter fraud scandals. According to the Los Angeles Times, the RNC requested that Sproul create the newly-minted Strategic Allied Consulting company to avoid the negative publicity associated with Sproul’s older firm. To date, the Florida Republican Party has paid Sproul $1.3 million, and the Colorado Republican Party has shoveled out more than $500,000. Before cutting ties, the RNC had also retained Strategic Allied Consulting to handle voter registration drives in Virginia, North Carolina, and Nevada, in addition to get-out-the-vote drives in Wisconsin and Ohio.
If you're looking for the New Black Panthers, you're not going to find them there!
Obtained from Addicting Info includes the transcript of the exchange:
[Safeway Shopper with cell phone video recorder turned on approaches Teenage Girl ostensibly gathering voter registrations]
Teenage Girl: Would you vote for Romney or Obama?
Safeway Shopper: I thought you were registering voters a minute ago.
Teenage Girl: [puzzled] Um … I am.
Safeway Shopper: [suspiciously] All voters?
Teenage Girl: [perkily] Well, I’m actually trying to register people for a particular party. Because, we’re out here in support of Romney, actually.
Safeway Shopper: And who’s paying you for this?
Teenage Girl: [cagily] Oh, um, the … let’s see … we’re working for the County Clerk’s office.
Safeway Shopper: [vehemently] OK, you cannot come here and register one party, lady. Are you working for the County Clerk’s office? I’ve got it all on tape.
Teenage Girl: [holds out hand to hide her face]
Safeway Shopper: [raises voice] You’re working for the County Clerk’s Office?
Teenage Girl: I believe so, yes.
Safeway Shopper: [increasingly outraged] And you’re only registering Republicans?
Teenage Girl: [brightly] Nope.
Safeway Shopper: You said you were only registering Romney people.
Teenage Girl: [smugly] Well, we’re trying to…to be honest.
Safeway Shopper: [almost shouting] And you’re working for the COUNTY’s OFFICE? What’s your name?
Teenage Girl: [with a baffled smile and eyes goggling in disbelief] Ma’am, my name is ___________.
Safeway Shopper: That’s all I need, honey bunch.
Teenage Girl: [Looks like she’s about to cry]