Vote fraud is real. Conservatives are right in trying to expose it and stop it.
But it does their cause no good to make wild “bombshell” accusations on the Internet, talk radio and social media that spread like a Nigerian bank scam without proof or back-up. It simply undermines their argument and makes conservatives look like paranoid gadflies.
Such appears to be the case of a complaint widely circulated and discussed over the past year among some Las Vegas conservatives related to accusations made by 2016 Nevada State Assembly District 15 candidate Stan Vaughn.
Why I Can’t Support Victoria Seaman for Congress
I have this bad habit of initially taking people at their word when they run for office. But once I catch you lying and breaking my trust, you’re dead to me.
This is the lesson conservatives learned the hard way when we bought Gov. Brian Sandoval’s snake oil campaign claims that he wouldn’t raise taxes – only to have him shove the largest tax hike in Nevada’s history up our collective wazoos once in office.
And that’s why I can’t support former Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman’s bid next year for Nevada’s 3rd congressional district seat.
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
“Every time I see @VictoriaDseaman’s silly little #ProvenConservative hashtag I’m reminded of something a real conservative woman, Margaret Thatcher, once said: ‘If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.’” – Muth’s Truths tweet