Yesterday I posted several videos from Governor Palin’s Monday episode of On Point. Tuesday’s show was even bigger, so here’s all of the segments in one spot:
Opening: Iran Nukes:
Diamond and Silk of “We Be Sisters“:
Governor Palin interviews Rand Paul:
Wayne Allen Root talks about the corrupt political machine:
The Governor LOVES IT when people take on corrupt politicians, as we all know. Never forget Sarah Palin took down the entire corrupt Republican Party in Alaska, with many being escorted off to prison by the FBI!
Facebook discrimination against Christians:
Final Thoughts from the Governor – “Obama’s Many Scandals“:
Sarah’s new doo is courtesy of Primp and Blow.
We had a very special guest visit our Scottsdale location! Sarah Palin enjoyed a Luxurious Shampoo Blow out and… http://t.co/mhSvVeIfiG
A Black Democrat reverend, who brought “hundreds” to the polls for promise of payment, exposes alleged massive voter fraud, vote buying operation by Cochran campaign.
By Gary P Jackson
The stories coming out of the now obviously stolen election in Mississippi just keep getting worse. There were allegedly as many as 10,000 envelopes, with $15 in each one, given to this one pastor, who was also promised $16,000 for his work. It’s alleged that pastors of black churches all over the state of Mississippi were given this same deal to get out votes for Thad Cochran. This is, of course, highly illegal.
All Americans need to thank Charles C Johnson for his incredible work on this important story. Here’s an exclusive from Johnson and Joel S. Gilbert at Got News:
A black reverend stiffed by the Cochran campaign has exposed an alleged criminal conspiracy by Cochran staffers to commit massive voter fraud ahead of Tuesday’s controversial U.S. Senate Republican runoff election in Mississippi.
Reverend Stevie Fielder, associate pastor at historic First Union Missionary Baptist Church and former official at Meridian’s redevelopment agency, says he delivered “hundreds or even thousands,” of blacks to the polls after being offer money and being assured by a Cochran campaign operative that Chris McDaniel was a racist. “They [the Cochran campaign] told me to offer blacks fifteen dollars each and to vote for Thad.”
It is illegal under several provisions of Mississippi law and federal law for campaign officials to bribe voters with cash and punishable up to five years in jail. (MS Code 97-13-1; MS Code 97-13-3 (2013) (Federal Code 18 U.S.C. 597, U.S.C. 1973i(c)) Voter fraud schemes are not unusual for Mississippi. In 1999 Mississippi’s attorney general reported massive voter fraud allegations throughout the Palmetto state. In 2011, a Mississippi NAACP leader was sent to prison for voter fraud, according to the Daily Caller.
This is a lengthy interview with Reverend Stevie Fielder:
I have to admit, listening to this man, tears came into my eyes. This truly breaks my heart. The evil it took for Cochran’s campaign to take advantage of people who are obviously poor and not well educated is off the charts.
I want to be angry at Reverend Fielder, but I’m not. I’m grateful he came forward. I AM truly angry at the Cochran campaign, and every single Republican who supports this despicable excuse for a human being, Thad Cochran.
It would seem that laws were broken here, too. At the direction of the Cochran campaign, Reverend Fielder went “door to door, different places, mostly impoverished neighborhoods, to the housing authorities and stuff like that,” telling fellow blacks that McDaniel was a racist and promising them $15 per vote. “They sold me on the fact that he was a racist and that the right thing to do was to keep him out of office,” Fielder says.
Text messages released to Got News and a recorded interview with Reverend Fielder confirmed that Saleem Baird, a staffer with the Cochran campaign and current legislative aide to U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, and Cochran campaign manager, Kirk Sims, were involved in a $15 per vote cash bribery scheme to target members of the black community.
“They said they needed black votes,” said the Reverend Fielder on the phone. He says Baird told him to put “give the fifteen dollars in each envelope to people as they go in and vote. You know, not right outside of the polling place but he would actually recruit people with the $15 dollars and they would go in and vote.“ Fielder said he received thousands of dollars in envelopes from Baird and distributed them accordingly. Fielder also says he went to the campaign office on another occasion to pick up $300 in cash and was among a room full of people who were doing the same thing he was.
Fielder said that Saleem Baird was doing the same thing with people all over the state. Fielder believes that the racism charge against McDaniel and the promise of $15 a vote motivated ‘thousands‘ of black Democrats like him to vote for Cochran in the runoff. When asked if Fielder would have been more suspicious of Baird’s promises had he been white, Fielder replied, “Yes, definitely.”
For his efforts, Fielder says the Cochran campaign and Baird promised him $16,000 for paying black voters $15 a vote, but Baird wound up stiffing him. Baird even asked him to delete all texts between the two of them. In addition to Baird, Fielder says he spoke with Kirk Sims, the Cochran campaign manager, and a woman named “Amanda” with the campaign, most likely Amanda Shook, director of operations to re-elect Thad Cochran. All refused to pay him the agreed upon amount of $16,000.
Baird realized he had been lied to when he “took a good look at the campaign ads” and realized “McDaniel was not a racist…me and other people were misguided and misled.”
Fielder confronted Saleem the weekend before the election and asked about whether or not McDaniel was actually a racist and Baird confirmed it. Baird ‘personally confirmed that McDaniel was a racist.” Baird ‘manipulated me to manipulate many other people,” says Fielder. Baird did not disclose that he worked as a paid legislative staffer for Senator Roger Wicker. Fielder also says he spoke with campaign manager Kirk Sims about getting paid and about the ethnical complaints he had.
Fielder is a Democrat but said he has voted for Republicans in the past. And though Fielder is being paid for his story by Got News, he says he’d come forward anyways. ‘I thought what I did was wrong.’ Fielder said he was motivated mostly by concerns that McDaniels was a racist, not money.
As to what should happen next, ‘definitely the election should not be allowed to stand,” says Fielder, who says he’ll support McDaniel in event of a special election. ‘He’s been done wrong. He’s not what they said that he is.‘
Saleem Baird, who is a legislative staffer with U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, and the the Cochran operative sent out to do all of this, has been in trouble with the law before, having been arrested for running an illegal strip joint in Jackson, Mississippi. According to Politico he was allowed to keep his job with Senator Wicker, someone who obviously needs to be investigated, and primaried in his next election! Everyone needs to remember the name Senator Roger Wicker, for sure!
Got News has the texts between Team Cochran and Reverend Fielder, and much more information here.
I was going to write a longer commentary about democrats, black churches, and how the democrat party teamed up with the KKK to push the so-called “separation of church and state” starting in the 1860s, after the Civil War, and culminating in 1947 after democrat and Klan member Justice Hugo Black “found” a “separation” while deciding a school funding issue with Catholic schools. The KKK has generally hated the Church of Rome as much as minorities.
I mention this because as much as godless soulless democrats [remember, these people booed God on live TV at President Obama’s 2012 national convention] want God out of politics and the public square, they run over each other to find the nearest black church come election season. Hillary Clinton’s disgustingly racist”Rastus” accent is still fresh in our minds.
The hypocrisy of democrats knows no bounds.
Thad Cochran and his thugs used every single trick out of the democrat party playbook, including accusing Chris McDaniel of being racist. As much as I hate these vile, despicable Republicans though, we must remember they wouldn’t have been able to get away with this illegal vote buying, had not the democrats been doing this in black churches for decades.
Folks, we need MASSIVE reform to our way of conducting elections. But for now, we must seek justice in Mississippi.
Don’t let people tell you all of this doesn’t matter, or to just get over it and move on. This is a battle that must be fought until we win. America depends on it!