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Friday, June 11, 2010
I call shenanigans.

This simply doesn't pass the smell test.

Let's review:

- a black man in South Carolina

- only 32 years old

- unemployed; lives with his parents

- fresh out of the military for nine months

- hasn't met with one party leader. No local political bosses, no state bosses, no endorsements from any political organizations, nothing.

- Ran virtually no campaign. No website, no staff, no headquarters, no signs, nothing.

Yet this guy was able to raise over 10 grand to file for the primary, gain over 100,000 votes and win the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate with over 58% of the vote.

Does this look like the guy that could pull something like this off on his own?

I mean, cmon.

People are asking questions about how he got the money to even file for the election, but this goes deeper than that. I'm trying to figure out how he got that many votes. And the excuses I've seen just don't add up (his name was first on the ballot, "Greene" is a popular name among black people, etc).

Something funny is going on in South Carolina. And someone needs to get to the bottom of it.


Posted at 05:20 am by Expertise

 

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