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Sun May 19, 2013, 11:08 AM

Scandal's May 16, 2013 Episode on the cover-up of 2004 election theft

ABC's Scandal series continues to reveal truths about how Karl Rove rigged the 2004 Presidential election.

In the May 16, 2013, episode of Scandal–this season’s finale– the Department of Justice character, David Rosen, turned the evidence of the theft of the Presidential election over to the Karl Rove character, who destroyed it. Rosen then got a Presidential appointment as U.S. Attorney for D.C. After his strategic service to Rove, as Cincinnati Special Agent in Charge, in shutting down the criminal investigation of Ohio evidence of election rigging, Stanley Borgia was promoted be in charge of security for the Department of Energy and to serve on the President’s Intelligence Advisory Committee.

I updated my earlier thread on this subject under the General Discussion Forum http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1002&pid=2560634.

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Reply Scandal's May 16, 2013 Episode on the cover-up of 2004 election theft (Original post)
Cliff Arnebeck May 2013 OP
roody May 2013 #1
Sedona May 2013 #2
John1956PA May 2013 #3
Blue Owl May 2013 #4

Response to Cliff Arnebeck (Original post)

Sun May 19, 2013, 11:20 AM

1. I did not know that tv has something worth

watching. I'll have to look for it online. Though I do have a tv without cable.

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Response to roody (Reply #1)

Sun May 19, 2013, 11:30 AM

2. watch it here

hulu.com

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Response to Cliff Arnebeck (Original post)

Sun May 19, 2013, 12:03 PM

3. In a November 2004 newscast, ABC's Peter Jennings was dismissive of those screaming election theft.

Of course, "dismissive" is just my impression of Jennings' demeanor during that particular newscast which occurred a few days after the 2004 presidential election. I can offer no link to a recording of the newscast to support my impression. However, I believe that my assessment is correct. Jennings was asking a field reporter follow-up questions to the reporter's interviews of certain disappointed Democratic spokespersons who suggested that the election was stolen. To be fair, I must add that I think the spokespersons were speaking about the Florida results. As we know, the Ohio results constitute the issue which has come under the closest scrutiny since then.

My view is that a news anchor should not exhibit any demeanor, voice any comment, or use any voice inflection which displays political leaning. I never forgot Jennings' performance that evening. I wish ABC would air a documentary which gives both sides of the political divide a chance to weigh in on the 2004 election controversy.

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Response to Cliff Arnebeck (Original post)

Sun May 19, 2013, 12:56 PM

4. Now THERE'S a coverup scandal

n/t

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