October 13, 2018
This is pretty much business as usual. A leftist politician pretending to adopt whatever position will get him elected, while fully intending to obey his party and his donors the moment he gets elected – we call that “Friday.”
If you live in Tennessee, though, you should share this video with any liberals you know, in order to demoralize them into not voting.
This is important:
Once voter registration deadlines have passed, as they have in Tennessee, it’s too late to register your people to vote and too early to drive them to the polls, so you should use this period of time to demoralize the opposition.
In a newly released video by conservative activist James O’Keefe, staffers for Tennessee Democratic senatorial candidate Phil Bredesen tell O’Keefe’s undercover reporters that the Democratic senatorial candidate had publicly “lied” about his supposed support for Brett Kavanaugh because he believed it would win over some of the moderate Republican vote.
In a secretly recorded exchange, two staffers for Bredesen’s campaign explained that while Bredesen said publicly that he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh, that was just a “political move” that Bredesen felt necessary because he was 8 points behind Republican candidate Marsha Blackburn and a strong majority of Tennesseans wanted to see Kavanaugh confirmed.
“Like, he wouldn’t really vote yes [for Kavanaugh,] would he?” an undercover reporter asked.
“No, it’s a political move,” said one of Bredesen’s field organizers. “He thinks that, like, we’re down like half a point right now. It’s, like, really close and we’re losing by a point or two. So he thinks that if, like, by saying this he’s appealing to more moderate Republicans and he’ll get more of them to vote for us.”
“I was so confused because I just can’t believe he would actually vote [for Kavanaugh],” said the reporter.
“He wouldn’t,” said another staffer. “But he’s saying he would … Which I don’t know if it makes it worse or better. No, it makes it better … “
When the reporter asked the first staffer if Bredesen’s claim that he’d vote for Kavanaugh was simply an attempt to “get the Republican vote,” she said, “Yes.”
“He thought that like by coming out in support [of Justice Kavanaugh] that it would get more Republicans on his side,” she explained. “He wasn’t doing as well in the rural parts.”
Well, I can think of at least one person that isn’t going to vote for this guy.
A search of the Tennessee Secretary of State’s official voter registration database suggests that Taylor Swift may not be registered to vote in the state of Tennessee.
If you put the name Taylor Swift with the county of residence as Davidson and year of birth as 1989 (Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989), the state government’s website says: “No record was found. Please verify the information below and search again. If your information cannot be found, please contact your local county election commission to verify the accuracy of the information on file.”
Similarly, no record was found when the county was switched to the other largest counties in Tennessee of Shelby, Knox, Hamilton, Rutherford, Williamson, Montgomery, Sumner, Sullivan, Wilson, Blount, Washington or Bradley.
Replacing “Taylor” with the misspelled “Tayler” also came up empty.
It’s not clear what state Swift claims as her residence, but she specifically said on October 8th on Instagram, “I will be voting for Phil Bredesen for Senate and Jim Cooper for House of Representatives.”
Also, it seems like it’s remarkably easy to become an unpaid intern for any sort of traitor politician.
What James O’Keefe does is not high level James Bond type stuff. Any one of you could buy a button camera on Amazon, volunteer for the enemy, and record them expressing their hatred for us behind closed doors.
Life is short. Be a hero.