Dana Rohrabacher: “Illegals” Were Paid To Steal 2012 Presidential Election For Barack Obama

Cheap tequila on the Kookville Express must have been free flowing as tipsy conductor Dana Rohrabacher pulled into the Costa Mesa train station on Dec. 6 to pen another wild, late night Twitter rant.

Republicans like to claim they despise class warfare, but Orange County's senior career politician has concocted in his brain precisely the methodology Barack Obama used to romp Mitt Romney 332 to 206 in the electoral college: he simply stole the election.
According to Rohrabacher, poor people and foreigners were paid to vote against Romney.


Rohrabacher wrote, “1 reason GOP lost was Obama giveaways to cronies who then donated & to [sic] low income citizens & illegals who then voted.”
So, Dana, unnamed Obama cronies donated untold sums to unnamed low income citizens and unnamed “illegals” who then voted in unnamed locations without detection?
Is our FBI, a law enforcement agency loaded with conservative Republican agents, asleep?
This is a serious accusation.

Give me one of those tequila shots and a lime slice before I do me some calculating.
Ahhhh, thanks!
Okay: 65,464,068 (Obama's votes) minus 60,781,275 (Romney's votes) equals. . .  
Congressman Rohrabacher, you recently claimed that it was “illegals” and not Republicans and Democrats who caused our nation's massive federal deficit, but I have a challenge for you on your latest assertion: Name just one crony who paid just one named “illegal” to vote for Obama. 
This task should be cinch because, according to your theory, more than 4,682,000 voters were paid to steal the election from Romney.
I'm waiting for your answer, Dana.

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