MSNBC Host Ed Schultz Doubles Down on Cheating: "I'm Not Advocating Voter Fraud, I'm Just Saying I'd Vote 20 Times" (Audio)

MSNBC Host and Obama White House favorite Ed Schultz doubled down on voter fraud on Monday’s show. After telling his audience on Friday “I’d cheat” in the Massachusetts election, Schultz told his listeners yesterday,
“I wasn’t advocating voter fraud, I’m just saying I’d vote 20 times.”
Radio Equalizer reported:

From Radio Equalizer:
Rather than admit it was wrong to advocate ballot-stuffing in Massachusetts, MSNBC libtalker Ed Schultz has stubbornly chosen to dig in his heels.

During Monday’s program, he told radio listeners he’d double the fraud (just pay shipping and handling) and vote “20 times” instead of ten during today’s special Senate election.

Why Schultz seems to believe funny business at the polls is a joke is hard to understand.

SCHULTZ (01:47): An apology right off the top here on the Ed Schultz show today, great to have you with us. I misspoke on Friday. I’m sorry, I’m sorry. I meant to say, if I could vote 20 times, that’s what I’d do (guffaws) This has been a wonderful weekend for us. I’ve had more entertaining email from these right-wing nutjobs than ever before. It must be, it’s gotta be a record for the Ed Schultz show, now in its seventh year.

SCHULTZ (03:41): They want me off the air, of course they do! This Radio Equalizer guy or whoever the hell he is, they dissect every word, they’ll take a clip out and they’ll say he said this. Let me be very clear – I’m not advocating voter fraud, I’m just telling you what I would do. That’s how bad I want Scott Brown to lose!

MSNBC must be very proud.

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