Fan The Fire With CJ & Tallulah ~ John Faulk & Bettina Viviano

Saturday July 16th, 2010
Show Times: 9:00pm to 11:00pm ET
and 11:00pm to 1:00am ET (Second segment of show canceled this week. We will be back on our regular schedule next week)
Call-in Number: (347) 215-6929

We will speak with John Faulk running against Shelia Jackson Lee (you remember her talking on the phone during the townhall) in the 18th congressional district of Houston, TX. Be sure to check on his website all that is within the very diverse 18th congressional district.

John is a strong conservative who brings to the table:
* Business Experience: Health & Medical Industry
* A Masters Degree In Business (MBA): I can read, understand and act appropriately on budgetary concerns
* Accounting: As a semi-retired Accountant, I have a demonstrated history of watching the “Bottom Line”
* Free Market Champion: The Private Sector can fund projects better, faster and more efficiently than turning to the “tax coffers”
* Military Experience: Essential for National Security and Public Safety

We welcome Bettina Viviano, Producer/Literary Manager of We Will Not Be Silenced . She began her career at the prestigious William Morris as an agent trainee, before moving on to Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment, where she attained the position of Vice President of Production. At Amblin, Bettina worked on such movies as Back to the Future 2 and 3, Cape Fear, Land Before Time, Schindler’s List, Always, Roger Rabbit, Indiana Jones 3, etc. In 1990 Bettina began her own production and management company, Viviano Entertainment, Inc.

This ground breaking documentary is one of the most important films you will ever see. Fred Dardick says in a email forwarded to me by Jim Simpson (Thank you Jim)

Last week I wrote an article titled How Obama Used an Army of Thugs to Steal the 2008 Democratic Primary that introduced the conservative community to the movie “We Will Not Be Silenced”, made by Democrat activist Gigi Gaston two years ago. Her video documented widespread voter fraud committed by Obama supporters during the 2008 Democratic primary election to secure the nomination for Obama over the popular vote winner Hillary Clinton.

The story went viral and 24 hours later Fox News asked Gaston to appear on the Sunday morning program Fox and Friends. For the first time many Americans saw for themselves first hand accounts from Democrats who personally witnessed “the disenfranchising of American citizens by the Democratic Party and the Obama Campaign.”

As explained on the We Will Not Be Silenced website, “‘Change’ from Chicago encouraged and created an army to steal caucus packets, falsify documents, change results, allow unregistered people to vote, scare and intimidate Hillary supporters, stalk them, threaten them, lock them out of their polling places, silence their voices and stop their right to vote.”

Because of the program and other recent events concerning voter intimidation, including the Black Panther incident in Philadelphia and testimony from J. Christian Adams on the Department of Justice’s unwillingness to pursue voter related crimes committed by African Americans, people around the country are finally waking up to the fact that Democrat voter fraud is a far, far bigger problem than anyone had ever realized.

Some conservatives have mistakenly interpreted these events as only affecting Democratic primaries and aren’t concerned about the possibility of vote theft in a general election.
But they would be wrong.

While the voter fraud documented in Gaston’s film primarily involves Democratic caucuses, the bigger story here isn’t a single primary, but the bag of tricks that Democrats use to influence elections of all kinds.

Earlier in the week Fox News ran a story showing how illegal votes by felons in Minnesota were enough for Democrat Al Franken to beat Republican candidate Norm Coleman and claim the Senate seat.

Millions had voted in the Minnesota election, but at the end of the day all it took was 341 criminals to disenfranchise an entire state.



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