Michigan Democrats Charged in Forging Fake Tea Party Election Documents

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Two Michigan Democrats were charged Wednesday with nine felonies for allegedly forging paperwork in their attempts to get fake Tea Party candidates on last November’s electoral ballot.  Michigan was one of several states where “fake” tea party candidates were running for office, propped up by liberals attempting to divide the conservative vote.

The sheriff says 23 statewide races had questionable Tea Party candidates on the ballot and the investigation may go beyond Oakland County.  “It was learned that a scheme was developed by a party leader in Lansing to place on the ballot people pretending to be Tea Party activists and that this was going to be a statewide effort,” Bouchard said.
John Tramontana, a spokesperson for the state Democratic Party, told FOX 2 that this was not a state party issue and it’s not our place to comment.
“What we have here is illegal. It’s forgery. It’s fraud. It’s perjury. It’s those things. Then you cross a different line,” said Bouchard.
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/michigan-dems-charged-in-forging-fake-tea-party-election-documents/

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