OFB challenges NV caucusers based on their accents
Not to pre-judge the matter, snort, but having the OFB complain about fraud every time they lose a primary is getting a little old. Check the latest one over at Big Orange. Maybe yes, maybe no. If there's substance to the Obama organizer's report, no doubt the matter will come out in court. (If so, it would be interesting if the general tenor of OFB threads at Big Orange was introduced at trial. Witness impeachment, anyone?)
The Clinton operative herself had a Brooklyn accent and I overheard her mention having been from New York. When she stood to be counted in the middle of the room, I objected and asked her if she was actually from Nevada. She said yes. I talked to the chair and asked him to ask her name and find her on the list. He asked her her name and checked the list, and she was not on it. At this point the chair said, "well, I can't ask for ID." I said, "She can't participate if no one will vouch for her." At this point a Hispanic man wearing a Hillary shirt said she was his wife. While that's not impossible, it was also improbable--but I had no way to verify or object further.
Challenging a snowbird when there's no way to back up your challenge seems rather impetuous to me. Why pick a fight you can't win?
Another piece of "evidence" is that the complaint lines to the Obama campaign were jammed. Seems a leetle bit circular to me...
Anyhow, time will tell if NV pans out, unlike NH.