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(Fox News)   After the Georgia Secretary of State has repeatedly said it's illegal, a Republican attorney is under investigation after announcing he is going to move to Georgia to vote in the runoff January 5th   (foxnews.com) divider line
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2020-12-01 2:35:30 PM  
More of that voter fraud we keep hearing about.
 
2020-12-01 4:04:31 PM  

edmo: More of that voter fraud we keep hearing about.


It's always perpetrated by republicans. curious.
 
2020-12-01 4:42:12 PM  
It's nice that these attorneys keep volunteering to show us what voter fraud really looks like.
 
2020-12-01 6:14:19 PM  
 
2020-12-01 7:18:15 PM  

FlashHarry: edmo: More of that voter fraud we keep hearing about.

It's always perpetrated by republicans. curious.


And even then, it's literally this one dumbass.

Turns out, very few people are stupid enough to put a large fine and a felony on their record in exchange for casting one lousy fraudulent vote.

And even fewer are stupid enough to publicly announce their intent to commit felony voter fraud IN PUBLIC IN ADVANCE.
 
2020-12-01 7:18:40 PM  
I really should have gone into law.  Apparently law school is not nearly as difficult as people told me it was.
 
2020-12-01 7:19:23 PM  
LAWN ORDER!
 
2020-12-01 7:19:37 PM  
"If we lose the Senate on Jan. 5 in Georgia, we will become Venezuela,"

We're gonna allow our economy to depend on a single commodity and do nothing to prepare for significant fluctuations in said commodities market? I missed that part of the Democratic Platform.
 
2020-12-01 7:19:54 PM  

mjjt: Welcoming truck

https://imgur.com/gallery/vn7npIQ


Holy crap, that looks like it could have been filmed in the apartment complex I lived in during my brief residency in Atlanta.
 
2020-12-01 7:21:03 PM  
*commodity's

My excuse? Enjoying some solid hybrid flower.
 
2020-12-01 7:21:21 PM  
He's going to vote for Trump so don't worry about it.
 
2020-12-01 7:21:38 PM  
Ah yes, the old Republican adage when caught with their hands in the cookie jar... "I was only joking! I'm not going to actually do it!!"
 
2020-12-01 7:22:17 PM  
Hes gonna be pissed if we turn into Scandinavia and not Venezuela
 
2020-12-01 7:23:00 PM  
fta: "I'm changing my voter registration right now, and I'm inviting two million people to be my roommate."

So he didn't just threaten to commit a felony he asked people to join him?

But it's ok because "only joking"?

Also how does this crap in any way "expose" Dems allegedly doing the same?
 
2020-12-01 7:26:03 PM  
In a phone conversation, Price admitted to Fox News that he had filled out the registration online but said he was doing it to expose Democrats who were trying to vote illegally.
"I wanted to see how easy it was to do it," he said. "I'm not actually moving to Georgia. I was joking.
"


If he actually submitted a registration form, arrest him ASAP.
 
2020-12-01 7:26:43 PM  
Every accusation, a confession.
 
2020-12-01 7:27:01 PM  
Price admitted to Fox News that he had filled out the registration online but said he was doing it to expose Democrats who were trying to vote illegally.

Those darned Democrats!!!
 
2020-12-01 7:27:39 PM  

quatchi: fta: "I'm changing my voter registration right now, and I'm inviting two million people to be my roommate."

So he didn't just threaten to commit a felony he asked people to join him?

But it's ok because "only joking"?

Also how does this crap in any way "expose" Dems allegedly doing the same?


Because if a Republican could do it, a Democrat definitelywould.
 
2020-12-01 7:29:09 PM  

Aquapope: I really should have gone into law.  Apparently law school is not nearly as difficult as people told me it was.


I mean, Ben Carson's a brain surgeon. I figure you can probably get a law degree and become a certified brain surgeon in a semester.
 
2020-12-01 7:30:00 PM  

quatchi: fta: "I'm changing my voter registration right now, and I'm inviting two million people to be my roommate."

So he didn't just threaten to commit a felony he asked people to join him?

But it's ok because "only joking"?

Also how does this crap in any way "expose" Dems allegedly doing the same?


Apparently, by showing everyone just how "easy" it is to do it. If those stupid Demonrats can do it with impunity, anyone can do it. Law school teaches the law; what the students do with it afterward is up to them.
 
2020-12-01 7:30:27 PM  
I'm going to rob the corner store to show how easy it is, anyone need anything?

/just kidding
//rob your own corner store
///just kidding
 
2020-12-01 7:34:58 PM  
Remember folks, if enough people #WriteInTrump4GA then trump will have TWO votes in the Senate!

/MAGA
 
2020-12-01 7:36:56 PM  
I wonder if the Florida bar association is finding the humor in this.
 
2020-12-01 7:39:29 PM  
When are we going to hear the "Lock him up" chants?
 
2020-12-01 7:44:39 PM  
I know next to nothing about Georgia election law.  Is it like where i live, in order to vote in a run off one must have voted in the original election?  Or is it open to any voting age resident of the state, regardless of whether or not they voted the first time around?
 
2020-12-01 7:46:03 PM  

sprgrss: I know next to nothing about Georgia election law.  Is it like where i live, in order to vote in a run off one must have voted in the original election?  Or is it open to any voting age resident of the state, regardless of whether or not they voted the first time around?


This one.
 
2020-12-01 7:47:16 PM  

edmo: More of that voter fraud we keep hearing about.


Every farking accusation from conservatives is really a confession. Every goddamned time.
 
2020-12-01 7:47:18 PM  
"I wanted to see how easy it was to do it," he said. "I'm not actually moving to Georgia. I was joking."

Ah. One of the classics. If something they say is not well received it was a joke.
 
2020-12-01 7:47:43 PM  

erik-k: FlashHarry: edmo: More of that voter fraud we keep hearing about.

It's always perpetrated by republicans. curious.

And even then, it's literally this one dumbass.

Turns out, very few people are stupid enough to put a large fine and a felony on their record in exchange for casting one lousy fraudulent vote.

And even fewer are stupid enough to publicly announce their intent to commit felony voter fraud IN PUBLIC IN ADVANCE.


And be permanently disbarred (you automatically lose your license if you get convicted of a felony).
 
2020-12-01 7:48:40 PM  

mjjt: Welcoming truck

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2020-12-01 7:51:36 PM  
"Price admitted to Fox News that he had filled out the registration online but said he was doing it to expose Democrats who were trying to vote illegally."

surejan.jpg
 
2020-12-01 7:52:38 PM  

quatchi: fta: "I'm changing my voter registration right now, and I'm inviting two million people to be my roommate."

So he didn't just threaten to commit a felony he asked people to join him?

But it's ok because "only joking"?

Also how does this crap in any way "expose" Dems allegedly doing the same?


it doesn't. Dems are at least smart enough to post something about moving to GA for job opportunities as a lame excuse instead of just confessing to the crime outright.

secondly, if it is allowed to move to a state before the deadline and register to vote, then don't be mad that democrats are doing something totally allowed under the rules better than you.

what a bunch of whiny babies.
 
2020-12-01 7:57:44 PM  

sprgrss: I know next to nothing about Georgia election law.  Is it like where i live, in order to vote in a run off one must have voted in the original election?  Or is it open to any voting age resident of the state, regardless of whether or not they voted the first time around?


nope.  just have to establish residency in the state to register to vote.

"The first step in establishing residency in Georgia is establishing a permanent or primary home in the state either through buying a home or signing a lease."

OR

Other Ways to Establish Georgia Residency

While Georgia residency requirements mostly focus on maintaining a primary residence in the state, it's also important to establish roots in the state to prove your residency if needed. Here are a few more options for establishing residency in Georgia.
-Change your address with the IRS using Form 8822
-Update bank account information. You may be able to change the address on your bank account but you may instead need to open a new bank account with a bank in Georgia.
-Get a license for your dog or cat through Animal Control and be ready with proof of rabies vaccination.
-Once you're ready to move, make sure you change your address with USPS
-Set up new utilities at your Georgia address.
Apply for a professional license from Georgia if you have an out-of-state license through your professional licensing board.
-Enroll children in public school
 
2020-12-01 7:59:14 PM  
 
2020-12-01 8:00:26 PM  

quatchi: fta: "I'm changing my voter registration right now, and I'm inviting two million people to be my roommate."

So he didn't just threaten to commit a felony he asked people to join him?

But it's ok because "only joking"?

Also how does this crap in any way "expose" Dems allegedly doing the same?


The same way that one guy using a dildo on himself owns the libs?
 
2020-12-01 8:07:19 PM  

LL316: quatchi: fta: "I'm changing my voter registration right now, and I'm inviting two million people to be my roommate."

So he didn't just threaten to commit a felony he asked people to join him?

But it's ok because "only joking"?

Also how does this crap in any way "expose" Dems allegedly doing the same?

The same way that one guy using a dildo on himself owns the libs?


If you mean Proud Boy No. 1 - Gavin McInnes - and his televised anal self-pleasure with a plastic schlongenschtupper to prove just how fully and completely heterosexual and precisely not gay he is ... then yes. It is much like that.

Although maybe less gay. Perhaps. A little.

Nttawwt
 
2020-12-01 8:10:43 PM  
Seems like a cunning plan
 
2020-12-01 8:15:45 PM  

AliceBToklasLives: *commodity's

My excuse? Enjoying some solid hybrid flower.


nothing wrong with that. I am currently partaking in a similar activity.

Which is why I am laughing so hard at the ineptitude of this little "scheme" that relies on an increasingly unlikely series of coincidences and longshots that all have to break his way.

100% of the levers and pieces of this little adventure have to fall perfectly into place and he doesn't control all the pieces. He couldn't rig an election when he controlled all the pieces. And had the authority and support of his party to use them, legal or otherwise.

And he really does have the worst lawyers. These would be the same people trying to organize this little cool cool. They've been getting laughed out of courts all over the country, so I'm fairly confident that track record will continue. Past is prologue after all.

John Oliver didn't call it stupid Watergate for nothing.

Indeed he has magically defied the odds before so we can never assume zero chance. He seems to get away with an impressive array of various transgressions using his office, stuff that nobody ever thought anyone would get away with.

It's simply too remote to work, akin to lightning striking a person 40 times in 40 different locations around the world, not impossible but we would take notice at how incredibly abnormal that was. I think similar odds exist here.
 
2020-12-01 8:22:25 PM  

Elegy: mjjt: Welcoming truck

https://imgur.com/gallery/vn7npIQ

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Well I certainly feel better about the size of my penis now.
 
2020-12-01 8:29:54 PM  

saturn badger: "I wanted to see how easy it was to do it," he said. "I'm not actually moving to Georgia. I was joking."

Ah. One of the classics. If something they say is not well received it was a joke.


Pete Townshend said very much the same thing when he was caught trying to access child porn.
 
2020-12-01 8:37:59 PM  
It's not voter fraud if it's legal, dumbass.

/Dunno who I'm aiming that towards.
 
2020-12-01 8:38:44 PM  
As a child in the twin cities of Bloomington-Normal, IL. I remember several discussions regarding moving from one side of Division St (very pragmatic, Blo-No'ians) & how it would cause an inability to vote for 90 days. When my Brother was discharged from the Army in September, 1964, he was upset he could register to vote but could not actually vote until he lived in his new home in Normal (a college town) for 90 days but he'd been able to by mail during his Service. I think part of the reason was to keep transient students from inflicting legislative havoc on whims. Think about when most school terms start & when the General Election is mandated by the Constitution. There was a residency requirement to be able to vote then. It might be a good idea still to stop this nonsense.
 
2020-12-01 8:38:54 PM  
Price admitted to Fox News that he had filled out the registration online but said he was doing it to expose Democrats who were trying to vote illegally.

1. If he actually hit "submit", which I assume is above a block of text that contains works like "false information", "felony" and "years in prison" that's going to be a nice and easy case to prosecute.

2. I still cannot believe these assclowns control, the WH (til Jan 20), the Senate, the SCOTUS, most of the Federal Judiciary and a huge majority of Governor's mansions and State Legislatures.
 
2020-12-01 8:39:00 PM  

Aquapope: I really should have gone into law.  Apparently law school is not nearly as difficult as people told me it was.


The first year, they scare you to death. The second year, they work you to death. And the third year, they bore you to death.

/ didn't actually work that hard my second year
 
2020-12-01 8:40:12 PM  

Aquapope: I really should have gone into law.  Apparently law school is not nearly as difficult as people told me it was.


And anyway, herpetology is way cooler than law.
 
2020-12-01 8:41:17 PM  

BMulligan: Aquapope: I really should have gone into law.  Apparently law school is not nearly as difficult as people told me it was.

The first year, they scare you to death. The second year, they work you to death. And the third year, they bore you to death.

/ didn't actually work that hard my second year


3rd year should be eliminated.
 
2020-12-01 8:48:04 PM  

sprgrss: BMulligan: Aquapope: I really should have gone into law.  Apparently law school is not nearly as difficult as people told me it was.

The first year, they scare you to death. The second year, they work you to death. And the third year, they bore you to death.

/ didn't actually work that hard my second year

3rd year should be eliminated.


The third year is crucial for clinical experience (many states don't allow application for a limited supervised practice license until after two academic years have been completed) and resume building, especially for those who are on law review, in moot court, or are clerking.
 
2020-12-01 8:54:17 PM  

AliceBToklasLives: "If we lose the Senate on Jan. 5 in Georgia, we will become Venezuela,"

We're gonna allow our economy to depend on a single commodity and do nothing to prepare for significant fluctuations in said commodities market? I missed that part of the Democratic Platform.


Can we at least vote on the commodity? I think a palladium and sorghum mixed economy could be entertaining.
 
2020-12-01 9:07:41 PM  

BMulligan: The third year is crucial for clinical experience (many states don't allow application for a limited supervised practice license until after two academic years have been completed) and resume building, especially for those who are on law review, in moot court, or are clerking.


I basically paid money to my law school to go and intern for my entire 3L year.  What classes I did take were complete bullshiat that required me to be on campus all of one day a week.

3L year is nothing more than a money making racket for the law schools.
 
2020-12-01 9:13:59 PM  

jaytkay: Price admitted to Fox News that he had filled out the registration online but said he was doing it to expose Democrats who were trying to vote illegally.

Those darned Democrats!!!


"I swear, I was only hitting that crack pipe with a couple male prostitutes because I was trying to get into the democratic mindset.  Just studying what it is so I know how to defeat them easier."
 
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