A Political Tape No One Heard About!

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Everyone remembers the media feeding frenzy in the 2012 Presidential Election, when a secret audio tape was made of Mitt Romney at a political fundraiser talking about the 47% receiving some sort of government funding who would never vote for him. They made no end of a negative story out of what was really the truth. Now, in this story from The Black Conservatives Fund, you hear a very outrageous political direction given to a political audience, but no media outrage, or legal proceedings have been present to our knowledge. This was over three months ago. Bet you never heard of it either. Makes you wonder why liberals always say the voter fraud conservatives always point to is a non issue. Maybe saying that to protect a successful strategy? 141% voter turnout in Florida district? 105% vote in Ohio district? 200 counties sued? Just sayin!

from Black Conservative Fund,

Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu’s chief-of-staff was present at an event held a day before the midterm election in which his father, a Louisiana mayor, urged people to vote twice in order to re-elect Landrieu.

The Black Conservatives Fund published video of the event, recorded on Nov. 3, showing Opelousas mayor Don Cravins Sr. telling a crowd that if they had already cast an early voting ballot in the election that they should vote again.

“If you early voted, go vote again tomorrow,” Cravins Sr. told the crowd which was gathered at the Charcoal Lounge.

Cravins Sr. is a former state senator and Democratic Party operative. He is currently facing a run-off against another Democrat.

The mayor’s son is Don Cravins Jr., Landrieu’s chief-of-staff. According to the Black Conservatives Fund, he was present at the event when his father urged voters to engage in fraud.

“One more time’s not going to hurt,” Cravins Sr. says. “Tomorrow we’re going to elect Earl Taylor as D.A. so he won’t prosecute you if you vote twice.”

Taylor was elected on Nov. 4 as St. Landry parish district attorney.

Landrieu, a three-term incumbent, [lost her December 6th runoff against Louisiana] Rep. Bill Cassidy.

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