John R. Houk
© October 25, 2014
Democrats have had a longggg history of voter fraud during national elections. Whenever a ballot election is close it seems votes mysteriously appear favoring a Dem in which Mickey Mouse voted, a dead person voted, an illegal alien voted, a registered voter voted twice or enigmatically more votes are counted than exist on the registered rolls. The Left Wing organization known as ACORN has been caught numerous times with its tentacles in the ballot box.
Published by Project Veritas Action
Published: Oct 22, 2014
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“Awesome” is a very common word used by Democratic operatives in Colorado when discussing potential voter fraud. Project Veritas Action went undercover in the Centennial State to reveal just how prone their mail-in ballot system is to likely voter fraud.
This video exposes workers from these three organizations condoning voter fraud:
Work For Progress
Rep. Joe Salazar campaign
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NOW it appears the State of Colorado will become a case study on how Left Wing millionaires and billionaires have successfully conspired to steal local elections enabling a Leftist agenda to root out Conservative American values in School Districts and Counties to brainwash young minds to hate America the same way that Obama Democrats hate America. This allows a transformative ideology to transform a traditionally Conservative State into a Left Wing State that despises the gun rights of the Second Amendment, forces courts to accept homosexuality as normal rather than a pornographic aberration, forces Christians to comply to alternate lifestyles or face fines for breaking the law in terms of discrimination or hate-speech.
Here’s a Breitbart piece that explains the Leftist theft of an American culture in Colorado:
… Rocky Mountain Heist, a documentary that examines how Colorado turned blue announced Thursday by Citizens United Productions President David N. Bossie. Native Coloradan and conservative commentator Michelle Malkin hosts the film, which was written and directed by Jason Killian Meath.
The documentary unmasks the “Gang of Four,” a group of cryptic millionaire and billionaire leftists who effectively hijacked Colorado’s political landscape. The four, who were among Colorado’s wealthiest residents, were able to enact their liberal vision for the state in a very short amount of time.
… Rocky Mountain Heist is an important film to educate people about what the left is wiling (sic) to do.”
“I have been a proud resident of Colorado for six years now,” Malkin told Breitbart News. “When I first got here you could already see some of the signs of the purpling of Colorado. At the time I did not know the back story of the Gang of Four and the very meticulously laid out plans that these shady leftwing millionaires and billionaires had for this state.”
Malkin added that the very things which attracted me to Colorado — like the low taxes, entrepreneurial spirit — are the antithesis of the Gang of Four.
“What the Gang of Four did was marshal all of the resources of wealthy progressives, hid in back rooms, and were able to pick off republicans who had no idea what was coming,” …
… “The most disturbing aspect of this Colorado ‘heist’ is this model is being replicated across other reliably Red states such as Virginia and Texas – if successful, the results could be catastrophic for America as a nation.”
Published by WeirdNews
Published: Oct 21, 2014
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.
So what is the hypocrisy? As much as we Conservatives correctly wag our fingers at billionaire George Soros for his deceptive Left Wing transforming global agenda, the Leftist tear up and cry about the billionaire Koch Brothers.
Arnold Ahlert writing for FrontPage Mag exposes Leftists and Democrats for the liars they are.
A screed published Monday by the New York Times editorial board sets the tone. “Democrats have for too long been passive in the face of the vast amounts of corporate money, most of it secret, that are being spent to evict them from office and dismantle their policies,” the paper breathlessly states. “By far the largest voice in many of this year’s political races, for example, has been that of the Koch brothers, who have spent tens of millions of dollars peddling phony stories about the impact of health care reform, all in order to put Republicans in control of the Senate after the November elections.”
As the Times reveals, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is leading the charge, noting that in a recent speech, Reid “pointed out that the fundamental purpose of the Kochs’ spending is to rig the economic system for their benefit and for that of other oligarchs.” The insinuation is obvious: it is the “evil rich” Koch brothers and their small cabal of equally evil and powerful allies against the rest of us. The paper further notes that the Democrat National Committee (DNC) has set up a website, www.kochaddiction.com, dedicated solely to promoting that proposition, and “to remind voters of just what the Kochs stand for, and why they raised $407 million in the 2012 election.”
After reading all that, one might be tempted to conclude that the Koch brothers are among the heaviest hitters in American politics. This, of course, is false. As the website OpenSecrets.org reveals, among the top all-time donors from the years 1989-2014, the Koch brothers come in at — wait for it — number 59. The same website further reveals that 6 of the top 10 political donors are unions, who overwhelmingly favor Democrats with their campaign contributions by margins of 91 precent (sic) or greater, compared to what they give Republicans.
In case you missed it billionaires Charles and David Koch are ranked 59th in giving to political causes way behind the more deceptive Leftist millionaires, billionaires and well financed organizations such as Unions. The very lies that Senator Harry Reid brandished against the Koch brothers from the Senate floor is what Leftists actually DID DO in Colorado. That friends is real hypocrisy.
This Gang of Four cabal has been known for some time which you will notice if you do a Google search using such phrases as Colorado Gang of Four. I find it astounding the Mainstream Media has no problem reporting Senator Reid’s tirade against the Koch brothers telling American TV viewers by name of the Leftist perspective Conservatives are evil. So let’s name the real evil from Colorado – the Gang of Four: Pat Stryker, Jared Polis, Tim Gill, and Rutt Bridges.
Patricia “Pat” Stryker, a kingmaker in Colorado politics, helped steer thousands of dollars to a congressional candidate who later lobbied for a $400 million loan guarantee for Stryker’s now-bankrupt solar company.
Stryker is a founding member of the Colorado Democracy Alliance (CoDA), a collection of wealthy liberals who led a Democratic takeover of the state by working around Colorado’s strict campaign finance laws. The group pours millions into liberal nonprofit groups that attack and overwhelm Republican candidates with money and negative advertising.
“They have a web of operations that is highly efficient, aimed at getting free negative publicity launched against any Republican official or organization,” said former Rep. Scott McInnis (R., Colo.).
One of CoDA’s beneficiaries was Rep. Betsy Markey (D., Colo.), a successful software executive and political neophyte when she defeated three-term incumbent Republican Rep. Marilyn Musgrave in 2008. Upon taking office, Markey helped secure a $400 million loan guarantee for Abound Solar, a green energy firm in which Stryker was a principal investor.
Abound failed in 2012, costing taxpayers an estimated $70 million. It never created the 2,000 jobs it promised for workers in Colorado and … READ THE REST (Pat Stryker: Colorado Crony; By Bill McMorris; Washington Free Beacon; 10/16/12 5:00 am)
Now, of course, he is familiar to most Coloradans as the US Representative from Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District, first elected in 2008. Polis, a self-made multi-millionaire, became involved in politics at a young age, and his first electoral office was on the State Board of Education. He is also gay, and the only openly gay parent in Congress at the current time. (Book Review – The Blueprint: How the Democrats Won Colorado (and Why Republicans Everywhere Should Care); By Richard; To Advance Freedom; 1/10/14)
Here are some interesting tidbits on Polis from Left Wing blogger Gawker:
As an 18-year-old, he traveled to Russia and made money trading privatization vouchers — you know, the botched, scandal-ridden privatization which wrecked Russa’s (sic) economy and led to the domination of the economy by ex-KGB oligarchs. Next stop: Silicon Valley!
In October 1999, right before the first dotcom crash, Polis, then known as Jared Polis Schutz, sold Bluemountain.com, his family’s online greeting-cards website, to Excite@Home for $780 million, including $350 million in cash that Excite couldn’t really spare. Excite sold it for $35 million in September 2001, and filed for bankruptcy a month later. People still talk about it as one of the most spectacular cashouts (sic) of the dotcom boom.
He later sold ProFlowers, an online florist, to John Malone’s Liberty Media. (All told, he’s started a dozen companies.)
He used the cash to buy his way into politics, getting elected to the Colorado State Board of Education (and changing his name to Jared Schutz Polis, “to honor his mother’s maiden name”).
That shift has been going on at least since 2004 when four rich liberals, Tim Gill, Rutt Bridges, Jared Polis, and Pat Stryker, decided to fund the Colorado Model, a low-profile strategy deliberately designed to turn “red states blue” according to Erik Erikson, a blogger at Redstate.com. As explained by Erikson, the Colorado Model is “one of the left’s most effective stratagems … when combined with the tactics of Saul Alinsky and his disciples, the Colorado Model is akin to a Soviet platoon armed with AK-47s mowing down a militia armed with slingshots.” (Bold text by this Blog Editor – Reaping the Whirlwind: the Colorado Model and Gun Control; By Bob Adelmann; New American; 2/20/13)
Tim Gill is is (sic) a multi-millionaire hardcore homosexual activist in Colorado who funds pro-homosexual candidates in legislative races in order to push pro-gay and sexual-radical causes across America. These are direct donations from Gill; according to reports he also funnels money to candidates through others. If you don’t know about Tim Gill, you need to find out. Read articles: HERE and HERE and HERE. … READ THE REST (Tim Gill; from EarsToHear.net)
Tim Gill is the most influential gay donor most people have never heard of.
The software entrepreneur has spent the last two decades working to advance LGBT rights, often through alliances with both Republicans and Democrats. He founded “Outgiving,” a political donors conference that is the gay rights version of the progressive Democracy Alliance, only with a bipartisan twist.
Gill, a Democrat who is estimated to be worth more than $400 million, has worked closely with leaders such as Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-New York) as well as mega-donors such as Republican Paul Singer and Democrat Laura Ricketts. He was a major force behind the strategy that led New York state to legalize gay marriage in 2011. He was also a top player in the Iowa Supreme Court fight to overturn a ban on same-sex marriage, helping to protect the seats of Democratic state legislators so that the successful legal win would be preserved by lawmakers.
“The goal is always political. The question is what laws can we get passed and the difference is that we’re switching focus to a lot of conservative states,” Gill said of the conference, which began in its political form nearly a decade ago and which draws more than 200 people by invitation only.
The political gathering’s strength lies in its push to encourage individual donors to give en masse to specific candidates and causes, going beyond the partisan prism, Gill said. The effort connects different types of groups — including those that are not typically part of the progressive coalition, such as Chambers of Commerce in various states — with individual donors.
After 2004, Gill, founded the Gill Action Fund, and met with LGBT groups to lay out a 10-year plan — the type of thing Gill says he typically dislikes, preferring shorter-term campaigns — to legalize gay marriage, civil unions or domestic partnerships in 12 to 15 states before going to the federal level either through Congress or the courts. That came to fruition, with gay marriage legal in 17 states now and the U.S. Supreme Court making key related rulings last year.
Rutt Bridges, is a behind the scenes politico who is also a self-made millionaire. He created software that benefits energy companies by showing them where to drill. Using his financial resources, he created a think tank (Bighorn Center for Public Policy) with a political arm called Bighorn Action. While these two entities ceased operations in 2006, I have no doubt they served as a template for the political organizations later created by the Gang of Four. (Book Review – The Blueprint: How the Democrats Won Colorado (and Why Republicans Everywhere Should Care); By Richard; To Advance Freedom; 1/10/14)
Oil drilling technology pioneer Rutt Bridges used his nonpartisan think tank to establish himself as a centrist in Colorado politics, a reputation that led to his candidacy for the United States Senate and governor’s office.
However, according to a former staffer, the “nonpartisan” Bighorn Center for Public Policy was a smokescreen for Bridges’s membership in the Colorado Democracy Alliance (CoDA)—a “gang of four” hyper-liberal millionaires and billionaires that swept Democrats into office using shady campaign tactics.
“On paper, the Bighorn Center was supposedly nonpartisan—when it got started in 1999 it had people from both sides of the aisle,” said Isaac Smith, who interned for the Center in 2006. “I thought I was going to a nonpartisan think tank; they didn’t wear their extremism on their sleeve—only the lefty groups knew what the deal was.”
Bridges made tens of millions of dollars creating 3-D mapping software that revolutionized oil drilling.
That gave him the means to seek the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and enter the governor’s race in 2005. His short time on the stump earned him a reputation as an “extreme self-financer” for using his personal funds to drive his candidacy. He abandoned both efforts, remarking in August 2005 that he’d “rather work outside the elective political system to make a difference with my life.”
By the summer of 2005, however, Bridges had already used his fortune to change Colorado’s political landscape, pumping hundreds of thousands of dollars into liberal nonprofit organizations unencumbered by the disclosure laws and strict contribution limits politicians in the state are subject to. In 2004, his money helped Democrats win control of the state legislature for the first time in 30 years.
Bridges attended the national Democracy Alliance’s first meeting in April 2005, four months before pledging to “work outside the elective political system” to enact change.
Bridges has withdrawn from political life in recent years. He closed Bighorn in 2006 and later left both CoDA and the Democracy Alliance. He has not made a federal political contribution since 2010, after giving more than $34,000 to Democratic candidates between 2007 and 2010, including $4,600 to Barack Obama.
However, his son Jeff continues to be involved. He served as an aide for Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and his brother Rep. John Salazar. After earning a Masters in Divinity from Harvard University, he became PAC director for the liberal Vote Your Values PAC. READ ENTIRETY (Rutt Bridges: Drilling for Votes; By Bill McMorris; Washington Free Beacon; 10/26/12 5:00 am)
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