After prevailing in a court battle over free speech — just in time for the 2014 midterm elections — conservative firebrand Michelle Malkin is warning the nation that a new Colorado law may result in voter fraud that could tip the balance of power in the U.S. Senate.
Under the law, which Malkin called “voter fraud Frankenstein,” residents can print ballots from their home computers and turn them over to “collectors” to be submitted.
Malkin was a guest on “The Kelly File” Tuesday to introduce a Citizens United film titled “Rocky Mountain Heist.” Malkin hosts the film which gives a behind-the-scenes look at how a “cabal of wealthy, liberal, progressive billionaires and millionaires” — known as the Gang of Four — worked to turn Colorado blue.
“What happened here in Colorado can happen in the rest of the country,” Malkin said.
The film highlights the contempt these progressive operatives have for voters, pointing to an effort titled “Educate the Idiots,” which labeled minorities as one of the so called idiot groups.
Watch the segment here, via Fox News:
Conservatives turned to social media to express their gratitude for Malkin’s efforts, along with Citizens United, for exposing the hypocrisy that seems to define the Democratic Party. Here are a few responses posted on Twitter:
“Educate the idiots”. How can minorities still buy into a leftist agenda that uses & mocks them? Michelle Malkin | http://t.co/6UdZYL9rgz
— Miss Atomic Blonde (@shelley_lee1013) October 22, 2014
— WendyEJohnson (@WEJConservative) October 22, 2014
— A. V. (@avseven135) October 22, 2014
— Murphs Mom (@ReesesPeanut) October 22, 2014
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