What did the Speaker Know and When Did He Know It?

Did state House Speaker Bill O’Brien have advance knowledge that James O’Keefe would be sending his associates to obtain New Hampshire primary ballots using the names of deceased voters? Did he get a sneak preview of the video before it was made public? Writing in The Lobby, the anonymous “Mr. Snitch” suggests he did.

Bully’s sure been busy now that the session is in full swing. So busy, in fact, you’d think he wouldn’t have the time to act as a production consultant with James O’Keefe, conservative activist, pretend journalist and Mama’s Boy (what else do you call a 27-year-old male son who still lives at home, nicely ensconced in Mom-and-Pop’s North Jersey manse, Snitcherinos?)

Turns out Jimmy the Jerk, a convicted felon BTW, gave Bully a heads up on his little voter fraud skit. Explains why Bully was all set with his righteous indignation sound bites for Channel 9 after the video magically appeared.

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6 Responses to What did the Speaker Know and When Did He Know It?

  1. Kathy Sullivan 2 January 19, 2012 at 3:09 am #

    Ideology uber alles.

  2. BurtCohen January 19, 2012 at 3:34 am #
    • Paul Twomey January 19, 2012 at 3:48 am #

      Anonymous, unsourced attacks on people dont do much for me.

  3. Dean Barker January 19, 2012 at 4:35 am #

    There is an investigation ongoing into the O’Keefe voter fraud crime.

    If O’Brien was tipped off to it in advance, that’s information that needs to go to the Attorney General’s office.

  4. JonnyBBad January 19, 2012 at 7:25 am #

    A: Nothing and never.

  5. political chowder January 19, 2012 at 5:52 pm #

    as I wrote the other day  – what other bill, that is vetoed by the governor and not overridden by the Legislature, will I must get my way O’Brien orchestrate Conservative Sting Number 2? Be prepared.  

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