Anonymous Warns Karl Rove Not To Do It
MADISON, WISCONSIN. Does anyone remember the historic 2006 elections where Americans finally sent a slate of legislators to Washington to put the brakes on the radical extremist policies and war-machine of George W. Bush (and remember, W stood for Herbert WALKER -- this does matter). Just before that historic election, Karl Rove told NPR that, despite polling data to the contrary, he had "the math" and that no meaningful change would happen. What was he actually stating?
Last week, a video showed up on YouTube -- a shot across the bow to highly-placed political insiders: Anonymous warns Karl Rove not to do it this time (h/t Mark Crispin Miller). After the jump, we will share this short video (1 min 37 sec).
VOICES has inside information, direct from the source, that a "statistically significant and definitive" report will be released this week that will clearly demonstrate how "official" election results are not legitimate. We have been told directly that the report is being released in the hope that, by identifying how honest and accurate vote counts are undermined -- Karl Rove (and others) will have to ditch a plan to steal the November 2012 elections.
It appears the hacktivist group Anonymous is also working to send Rove and company the same message:
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