Doug Long attacks the 1st Amendment – MagazzuWatch is being sued!

Here it is folks – Doug Long, in charge of hiring Marcus Wilson to deliver thousands of ballots – 10% which have been rejected as improper, some where the supposed signors claim their signature was forged – is now having his law firm sue me for exposing this attempted voter fraud. But I am in good company, Matt Rooney and the Save Jersey Blog are being sued too.

This is the party that wants to run Cumberland County – the party that wants to silence the voice of anybody that would publicly disagree with their actions.


11 Responses to Doug Long attacks the 1st Amendment – MagazzuWatch is being sued!

  1. Wildwitch says:

    Hahahaha!!!! This is tooo funny!!!

  2. Guess-Who says:

    Will the TROLLS be here Today ?, OOPS L{.}{.}Ks like someone might have already arrived 🙂

  3. WuLi says:

    I love how they toss in the race card – how is posting a photo of Chevy Chase racist? The entire filing is just about as ludicrous!

  4. Guess-Who says:

    The SIMPLE Solution is to CHALLENGE every single Vote that comes from the Absentee Ballots.

    This will prevent the Election from being CERTIFIED and could possibly find ERRORS that made it through the Clerks Office 🙂

  5. Wildwitch says:

    I would be checking who ran a skiptrace on him also.

  6. Wildwitch says:

    I forgot to add Guess Who you are so adorable with the way you can make letters with those cute little symbols.

  7. Wildwitch says:

    Guess who are you saying now because it looks like it to me that the Employees at the Clerks office may not be doing their job correctly, now that’s just my opinion.

    Sorry…L{.} {.} k’s did I do it right?

  8. Wildwitch says:

    MATT ROONEY – Save Jersey’s Founder & Blogger-in-Chief

    Then a 23-year old law student looking to make a difference in his home state, Matt Rooney launched The Save Jersey Blog in August 2008 with a $0 budget and a Facebook group page.

    Wow WuLi even this 23 yr old figured out how to make money off of his site. Just shows how smart you really are…in my opinion.

  9. Guess-Who says:

    Music Time 🙂

  10. Calhoun says:

    Classic overreach.

    Someone refresh my memory but anywhere in Messrs. Johnson and Fletcher’s posts were the words “criminal” or “crime” used? If not, are we living in an era when someone cannot characterize another’s actions as a “fraud” or “evasive” without being subject to a libel suit? Does use of these terms always mean that the person to whom they’re directed has committed a crime?
    Furthermore, is it not within one’s constitutional rights to argue that someone has indeed committed a crime, even if that person hasn’t been indicted or convicted of the crime? Don’t we all know a criminal or two who has gotten away with it? Can we not state that we think O.J. Simpson is a murderer, irrespective of what the jury that acquitted him thought?

    When the Lou scandal broke, Doug Long was quoted as saying that what Lou did was not “unethical at all” and he was “sure the criminal prosecution process will take place and result in indictment”. Didn’t Mr. Long’s statement brand Mr. Johnson as a criminal, even though no indictment was in place? Might not Carl have been harmed by such a characterization? Cumberland County D bigwig Gary Wodlinger once branded a law-abiding private citizen a “terrorist.” I haven’t heard of any law-abiding terrorists, so was not this person whom he labeled a “terrorist” harmed by this?

    The most serious issue here is that the posts by Messrs. Johnson and Fletcher suggested that someone who prepared taxes was being labeled as a tax evader, and that such a characterization was damaging. Here’s a news flash to all the dopes out there: smart people determine whom to hire as their tax preparers based on the their ability to help one evade taxes! Once (sometimes more) a year, I visit my tax preparer. We spend the entire time figuring out how to evade (i.e., avoid) taxes. Put more money in the 401k (evade or avoid taxes). Open up a flexible spending account to cover health costs (evade or avoid taxes). Make sure all home loan interest is accounted for. Keep records of all charitable donations. Blah, blah, blah. Evade, evade, evade.

    Lastly, it is important to note that unlike, T.V., radio, or print journalism, the web provides the aggrieved with an instant opportunity to respond. Did the aggrieved or anyone representing the aggrieved contact Messrs. Johnson or Fletcher with the request that a rebuttal to their posts be printed? And if not, why not? The beauty of the internet is that it gives the aggrieved every chance to respond and this response – unlike any response to a broadcast or newspaper article – can be forever linked to the original post, thus minimizing any damage done to anyone.

    No, this is just one more attempt to avoid answering the serious questions. It is legitimate to ask what Mr. Wilson was doing for Mr. Van Drew and whether these activities were reimbursable expenses (as reported on Van Drew’s ELEC forms) or something else (as reported on Dunkins’, Surace’s, and Whelan’s ELEC forms).

  11. CBKennedy says:

    @Cahoun—-little late to the party, but love the “evade,evade,evade” so undeniably true. Just as you described & we all do(Roth IRA) it as much as possible,whenever possible. Great post!

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