MediaBloodhound: Federal guidelines instruct agencies investigating election fraud to avoid action that might impact the elective process but federal
March 19, 2009

MediaBloodhound: Federal guidelines instruct agencies investigating election fraud to avoid action that might impact the elective process but federal agencies were involved in the decision to raid the office of ACORN in Nevada last October, just weeks before Election Day.

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