Republican scammers charged with 15 new circumstances of fraud and bribery in racist robocall campaigns
The calls told potential voters that while mail-in polls sounded “great,” they were also used by debt collection agencies and government agencies to collect debts or pressurize those with pending arrest warrants. Since Wohl and Burkman are lowly, intellectually vague bastards, they buttoned their scam by finishing the robocalls with the day they produced from a "Civil rights organization founded by Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl." The first rule in committing a fraud is to not tell people that you are committing a fraud.
The two lousy low-lifes are also facing a civil lawsuit in New York, which was filed on behalf of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and whose robocall program is described as a violation of the Voting Rights Act. According to Daily Dot reporter Zachary Petrizzo, Wohl and Burkman didn't have an attorney for this New York gig on Monday. Wohl reportedly defended robocalls, saying mail-in polls could lead to "compulsory vaccinations" as they do not target black and brown communities as the anti-Vaxxer movement "is a diverse movement."
According to reports, the pair's Robocall program has received more than 85,000 calls to areas of Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Illinois. These areas were affected by the primary election and were shockingly directed against "urban areas with a high percentage of minority and democratic voters".
Of course, these two Yokels have a Trump-long history of seemingly criminal behavior. In May, footage came to light supposedly showing Dr. Wanted to slander Anthony Fauci. The new Robocall campaign is an improvement on the criminal behavior of the dynamic duo, which previously were attempts to link sexual scandals to Democratic officials like Senator Elizabeth Warren. So far they have not lied as successfully as their party leadership.
Here is an example of one of the robocalls these two men could go to jail for.