Michelle Malkin Blasts Colorado Law as 'Voter Fraud Frankenstein'
With just two weeks until the 2014 midterm elections, there are warnings that a new Colorado law has opened the door to possible voter fraud in a critical Senate race.
About 16 months ago, the Democratic governor signed an election law which allows residents to print ballots from their home computers, then turn them over to collectors. Critics say this could lead to voter fraud, and they allege it was pushed through the state Legislature to keep Democrats in power.
Over the course of a decade, a once-red state has become more Democratic – and a new film, hosted by Michelle Malkin, tells the story of how that happened. “Rocky Mountain Heist,” produced by Citizens United, is a documentary which reveals how a wealthy liberal quartet took over the state.
Malkin and Citizens United President David Bossie were on “The Kelly File” tonight to discuss the film.
Malkin said that Citizens United and Bossie “have been absolute warriors in this fight” to inform the public. She said it was even a battle to get the film out, calling it a victory for conservative political speech.
“What happened here in Colorado can happen in the rest of the country,” she warned, explaining that the “Gang of Four” coordinated and used “shady nonprofits” to plot to take over the state Legislature.
“The hypocrisy reeks, it smokes, it burns," she said.
She also blasted the new voting law “voter fraud Frankenstein.”
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UPDATE: On Oct. 27, Megyn Kelly issued the following correction on information contained in this report:
"Last week we said the new law also allows all voters to print out their ballots at home. That actually is not the case. Members of the military and some others, like Coloradans overseas, can indeed print out their ballots at home. But this was the case even before the new law passed."
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