2 thoughts on “Democrat Election Fraud in North Carolina

  1. Just the tip of the iceberg.

    Flashback APRIL 30, 2000 12 AM:

    ” NEW YORK — George W. Bush continued his criticism of Al Gore’s ethics, needling the vice president Saturday over his fund-raising appearance exactly four years earlier at a Buddhist temple in Southern California.
    Speaking to a national convention of radio talk show hosts here, Bush used a light touch to deliver a sharp message, as he focused in on a controversy that Republicans expect to be one of Gore’s major vulnerabilities in the fall presidential election: his role in President Clinton’s 1996 campaign fund-raising.

    In particular, Republicans believe that Gore’s participation in the April 1996 fund-raiser at the Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights will prove a powerful symbol of misbehavior.

    On Saturday, Bush noted that it was “the fourth anniversary to this very day of [Gore’s] historic visit to the Buddhist temple. It’s an amazing fund-raising act where you can convert poverty into wealth. Nevertheless I know he couldn’t make it [here] and I’m sure he’s celebrating this occasion in private.”

    At the 1996 Hsi Lai Temple event, Democrats collected $55,000 in illegal contributions, some of them ostensibly from Buddhist nuns and monks who had taken vows of poverty. Prosecutors later proved that the nuns and monks had been illegal “straw donors” with other sources providing the money. Gore has given several different accounts of his participation but has insisted he did not know the event was a fund-raiser. “

    1. Yes, Fred, I agree this episode in NC is just the tip of the iceberg.

      I remember Al Gore saying on television back during 2000 that there was “no controlling legal authority” that prohibited the fundraising they were doing in the Buddhist Temple in California. My ten-year-old son was watching the TV with me, and said without equivocation, “He is a liar”. It was obvious even to a 10 year-old.

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