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By Pam Burke 

Pamville News Analysis: The after-party party

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Last updated 3/24/2017 at 2:15pm

We interrupt our previously scheduled column to bring you the latest news on the possible defection of a high-ranking Republican to the Democratic Party.

Several national and international news outlets reported this week that former chair of the Colorado Republican Party Steve Curtis appeared in Colorado’s Weld County District Court charged with misdemeanor voter fraud and forgery, a felony.

Curtis is accused of filling out, signing and mailing in his ex-wife, Kelly Curtis’, ballot for the November 2016 election. Fox News in Denver reported on its website KDVR.com that county prosecutors started their investigation after Kelly Curtis called Weld County election officials to ask how she could vote since she was still registered in Colorado but had recently moved to South Carolina.

The article says that an election worker discovered a ballot already had been submitted by mail from Steve Curtis’ home town of Firestone, leading election verification judges to compare the ballot signature with signatures on file. They noticed discrepancies.

“It seems to me that virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats,” Curtis, host of the AM talk radio show “Wake Up!” famously — now infamously — said on air a few weeks prior to this alleged voter fraud incident. “Am I onto something here?”

If Curtis isn’t on to something, Pamville News Analysts are. Most of the analysts are speculating that Curtis is working up the nerve to drop the Republican act and declare himself a Democrat.

“Listen,” one analyst said, “he tells people that Democrats are the ones committing voter fraud, then turns around and does exactly what he’s accusing them of. It seems cut and dried that this is not just voter fraud — it’s a cry for help.

“Clearly,” the analyst added, “Curtis is trying to find the courage to declare himself a card-carrying-in-multiple-states, fake-vote-making Democrat.”

Several Pamville analysts agreed, including one who pointed out that Curtis faces up to 18 months in jail for the misdemeanor count of election fraud and up to three years in prison for the felony count of forgery, so he must really want to come out to the public if he’s risking everything to act like what he thinks a Democrat is.

While some left-leaning Pamville analysts are wasting time feeling sympathetic toward Curtis’ plight, at least one other analysts took the time to look at the ramifications of this theory on a wider scale.

“If we project this theory out, we can look back at a revelation made in January and see that Gregg Phillips is trying to come out as well,” the analyst said.

Foxnews.com reported Jan. 30 that Phillips — whose unsubstantiated claim that the 2016 election was marred by 3 million illegal votes was famously tweeted by then newly minted President Donald J. Trump — was registered to vote in Alabama, Texas and Mississippi for the 2016 election.

“Sure, Phillips only voted in one state,” the analyst said, “but those multiple registrations point to someone who is setting himself up to begin experimenting with other parties. Three registrations, three major parties — Republican, Democrat and Libertarian — I don’t think that’s a coincidence. He could be, for lack of a better term, a pan-party swinger.”

In unrelated political news in Montana, Pamville News analysts also said, it seems voters are facing a tax dilemma with their major party candidates for the vacant U.S. House seat.

GOP candidate Greg Gianforte has been known to have defaulted on his taxes in the past, now Democratic candidate Rob Quist was found this week to have had tax payment troubles in his past, as well.

Though both candidates are reportedly now in good standing with the IRS, the Libertarian candidate is still a wild card in this matter, since no one can remember his name long enough to look up his records.


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