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Millions of deceptive "voting report cards" are being sent to "African Americans, Latinos, millennials and unmarried women" in swing states to scare them into voting for Hillary Clinton.
The "report cards" are being sent by a group connected to billionaire George Soros, who is one of Hillary Clinton's top donors (more on that below).
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A letter has been sent to almost 370,000 people in North Carolina, claiming to be their “Voting Report Card.” It gives the voter a grade based on how many times they voted in the state’s election over the past four years.This is an absolutely shameless con job:
Here's some screenshots of the scam "report card":
Here's a statement sent to WSOCTV from Voter Participation Center president and founder Page Gardner:
The Voter Participation Center (VPC) is a non-profit and non-partisan organization dedicated to increasing the participation of historically underrepresented Americans in our democracy. Since its founding, VPC has helped more than 3 million Americans register to vote and vote.The same scam is being run in Missouri as well as Florida:
The Voter Participation Center received funding from both the Bauman Foundation and Democracy Alliance. Democracy Alliance was co-founded by George Soros and is run by Soros shill Gara LaMarche.
When Ted Cruz's campaign ran a similar scam during the primaries in Iowa it drew mass outrage, yet with this scam -- outside of a couple minor local reports -- the media is silent.
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