Coordinated Voter Suppression at the Welfare Office?

The Progressive Pulse is reporting today that a new analysis shows a significant drop in voter registration for applicants to food stamp and other welfare programs. Federal Law requires that welfare applicants also register to vote when they apply for assistance. Needless to say, a 50% decrease in these registrations for a population made up predominantly of those who tend to vote Democrat, is incredibly suspicious. It becomes even more suspicious when seen side by side with data from the "motor-voter" registration program.

A 50% drop in registrations may well prove an indication of a systemic policy directive or a mandated shadow directive. Whatever the case, this drop seems statistically impossible unless coordinated to some extent across most, if not all, offices.

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The Wos is yet to come

WWAY's brief report on these allegations notes:

McCrory’s spokesman referred questions to DHHS, which didn’t respond to requests for comment.

Well, well, well. Looks like we might finally be rid of Queen Aldona, the "smartest person" that Pat knows, and the latest person he's thrown under the bus to save his own skin.

"I will have a priority on building relationships with the minority caucus. I want to put substance behind those campaign speeches." -- Thom Tillis, Nov. 5, 2014