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Friday, May 23, 2014

'Indisputable evidence' White House engaged in election tampering in two states

In a bombshell revelation that has broad implications for the integrity of elections in the United States, Judicial Watch has announced that it now has "indisputable evidence" that the White House engaged in election tampering in at least two states in 2009. Rahm Emanuel and Jim Messina, both of whom were top White House staffers at the time, are named as the chief perpetrators of the scheme to attempt to manipulate election outcomes in Pennsylvania and Colorado.

Judicial Watch filed a complaint in 2010 along with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to obtain records regarding possible violations of The Hatch Act -- a federal law passed in 1939 that prohibits federal employees working in the Executive Branch from engaging in partisan political activity. Government employees who work in the Executive Branch are not allowed to work for and promote the reelection of the president under whom they serve, nor any challenger to that sitting president.
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