There is more bad news for the administration, as a new Quinnipiac University poll shows that Obama has been determined to be the worst president since World War II, surpassing even President George W. Bush, who left the office with only a 34-percent approval rating, according to Gallup.
In the wake of revelations that Senator Thad Cochran’s June 24 primary runoff victory over Chris McDaniel was cemented with vicious race-baiting radio ads and illegal Democrat cross-over voting comes another shocking allegation: A black reverend claims that he was part of a Cochran campaign operation to illegally buy the votes of black Mississippians.
Timothy Murray claims that his primary opponent, Rep. Frank Lucas (R-Okla.), is dead and has been replaced by a robot.
A recent study found that Mississippi is the most corrupt state in the union. Now revelations about race-baiting, voting irregularities, and other violations of election law relating to the state’s June 24 GOP primary runoff have many critics wondering if Senator Thad Cochran’s narrow victory in it isn’t just the latest chapter in that corruption.
Grassroots Republicans and conservatives across America are furious after the GOP establishment was exposed using dishonest, shameful, and potentially unlawful tactics against its own base in Mississippi. The goal of the dubious establishment operation was to prevent GOP voters from electing Tea Party-backed candidate Chris McDaniel, who was favored to win in a landslide based on surveys of Republican voters. In essence, though, the Republican establishment relied on lies, huge contributions from crony special interests, and deceitful fear-mongering to get Democrats to vote in the Mississippi GOP primary this week — likely in violation of state law, according to critics of the plot. Still, the fight is not over yet.