ACORN voter fraud, Minnesota, Petition, Minnesota Majority, Investigation of ACORN in Minnesota, Al Franken, Norm Coleman, MN Secretary of State, Mark Ritchie, 43,000 new voters, 2008 election
The Minnesota senate race between Democrat Al Franken and Republican Norm Coleman was extremely close and the lead has changed several times. Even before the general election, there was concern about ACORN voter fraud in MN. October 14, 2008 “As I expected, the investigations into ACORN and voter fraud has arrived to our fair state. From KSTP: The Hennepin County attorney announced Tuesday they’ve launched an investigation into an allegation that an individual with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, did not fully comply with MinnesotaRead More
The Philip J Berg lawsuit stating that Obama is not qualified to be president has been served on Obama, the DNC and the FEC. Obama must respond by September 24, 2008. Larry Sinclair has contacted Mr. Berg and plans to file suit in Minnesota. Here is Larry Sinclair’s statement: “Monday, September 22, 2008 SUIT TO CHALLENGE OBAMA’S RIGHT TO BE ON MINNESOTA BALLOT It appears that a civil suit will be filed in Minnesota State Court as well to challenge Barack Obama’s constitutional right to be on the Minnesota StateRead More
Obama absent from November 4 1999 Illinois Senate, Larry Sinclair cocaine allegations, Larry Sinclair lawsuit
Larry Sinclair has alleged that he and Barack Obama used cocaine in his rented limousine in Chicago during the period of November 3 – 8 1999. Sinclair also alleges a homosexual act was performed and that they had an encounter 2 days later. The record of the Illinois Senate for November 4 1999 indicates Barack Obama was absent for personal reasons. Where was Barack Obama on November 4, 1999? Below is a copy of the lawsuit Larry Sinclair filed in Minnesota against Barack Obama.
I just received this comment from someone that is apparently associated with Minneapolis Minnesota and many left wing liberal groups. They actively promote ideas of impeaching President Bush, arresting Bush and that the president’s administration is involved in illegal activities such as wiretapping and torture. I would expect this kind of thought process in Minnesota just as I would in Vermont. Maybe the cold weather and indoor life affects their brains. I went to one of their websites, and after scanning through their ridiculous comments, I came to the bottomRead More