Black Civil Rights Pioneer Was "Intimate Friends" with David Duke, Opposed the "Elite Ruling Class"
By Martin Hill
January 2, 2015
Mississippi's state Republican Party is refusing to hear challenger Chris McDaniel's effort to overturn his June 24 GOP runoff loss to U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran. The party says McDaniel would do better taking his challenge to court.
In a Wednesday letter to McDaniel's lawyer, state Republican Party Chairman Joe Nosef said a court is needed to ensure a "prudent" review of the challenge.
Mississippi US Senate Candidate Chris McDaniel - "I beat Thad Cochran by 25,000 votes" launches formal legal challengeSubmitted by joeinmo on Mon, 08/04/2014 - 22:10
Six weeks after the primary runoff election, Mississippi State Sen. Chris McDaniel is launching his formal legal challenge of the election results, saying the evidence is so conclusive that he will be calling for courts to recognize him as the true victor of the race rather than calling for a new election.
In an interview with Dr. Ron Paul, Mississippi Sen. Chris McDaniel discusses the controversy over the June 24 runoff election and checking voter irregularities.
The Chris McDaniel campaign’s effort to pore through ballot books in Mississippi’s 84 counties in an effort to find some 6,900 voters who cast ballots illegally in the June 24 GOP primary runoff – an illegal vote would be from someone who had voted in the Democrat primary on the June 3 election date and then crossed over to vote in the Republican runoff on the 24th – has apparently been successful. At least, that’s what a tweet from GotNews.com’s Charles Johnson says…
By Bryan Fischer, OneNewsNow.com July 5, 2014 6:52 am
During the run-up to the June 24 run-off election in Mississippi, between Thad Cochran and Chris McDaniel, Cole commented on what the Cochran campaign was labeling a “get out the vote” outreach. Cole’s perspective is radically different. According to The Clarion-Ledger, Cole used his Facebook page to send this message to a reporter from the Wall Street Journal: “Large sums of cash are being passed around. These guys are old-school ‘walking around money’ vote buyers.” (Emphasis mine.)
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McDaniel knew exactly what to expect. The Cochran campaign told him. Yet he remained a spectator through it all. His counter strategy was no counter strategy and just continue what he was already doing. Appealing just to Mississippi’s conservative white electorate.
Sitting in the White House today is the most left-wing president in the nation’s history, elected twice without winning the white vote. I have written about the demographic changes taking place in the country and the need for Republicans to talk about limited government and traditional values to non-white Americans.
Thad Cochran Awaits Election Results After Close Run-Off ElectionAn audio interview has surfaced in which the interviewee claims that he was to be paid by the Cochran camp to grease voters in the Mississippi GOP Senate runoff election. The audio interview, which coincides with a separate audio recording and batch of evidence produced by the newly launched GotNews.com, a project by Charles C. Johnson, alleges that the Cochran campaign conspired with a Mississippi Reverend to buy the votes of African American voters, who happen to be democrats.
Officials with the Leake County Sheriff's Department confirm that Pete Perry of Jackson was arrested for DUI Saturday night.
A Leake County jailer confirmed the birth date and address of Perry, who is the chairman of the Hinds County Republican Party. Perry is from Leake County but lives in Jackson.
Perry has been at the center of a possible challenge in the Republican primary runoff for U.S. Senate. Supporters of challenger Chris McDaniel have been reviewing voting records in Hinds County since incumbent U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran won the June 24 runoff.
VIDEO: Chris McDaniel Examining Mississippi Senate Election "Irregularities"
Mississippi Senate candidate Chris McDaniel, who lost a runoff election to Sen. Thad Cochran in the Republican primary Tuesday night, is not yet giving up his hopes of becoming the Republican Senate nominee.
In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, McDaniel said his team will be examining "irregularities" in the voting data to determine whether to challenge the results.
A supporter for Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel (R), who was arrested for his alleged connection to the photographing of Sen. Thad Cochran's (R-Miss) wife, committed suicide Friday, according to The Clarion-Ledger.
Mark Mayfield, a leader of the Mississippi Tea Party and officer with the Central Mississippi Tea Party, was one of three men arrested on conspiracy charges after 28-year-old blogger Clayton Kelly allegedly photographed Cochran's bedridden wife, Rose, at a nursing home where she suffers from progressive dementia. The photos were allegedly used for an anti-Cochran political video that was later taken down.
BILOXI, Mississippi — Former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX), a 2012 presidential candidate and one of state Sen. Chris McDaniel’s big name endorsers over Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS), told Breitbart News in a phone interview that he thinks the Washington, D.C., political establishment is “panicking” now that McDaniel may win his runoff on Tuesday.
HOT: McDaniel Supporters Barred From Reviewing Voter Rolls in Nine Mississippi Counties
Posted by Jim Hoft on Friday, June 27, 2014, 10:14 AM
Breaking – The Chris McDaniel campaign identified multiple Mississippi counties in which enough improper ballots were cast that a legal challenge to the outcome of the election is warranted.
This comes after 25,000-35,000 Democrat votes helped push Thad Cochran to victory over Chris McDaniel (by 6,880 votes) in the June 24 runoff.
Huge election fraud committed in Mississippi, Dem State Party chair : McDaniel probably Won the original primary outrightSubmitted by joeinmo on Fri, 06/27/2014 - 16:39
According to the Democrat Chairman of Mississippi, he has email evidence of the Cochran campaign asking him to break the law. In addition, evidence is mounting that thousands voted illegally in the GOP primary.