It is well known that Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty (R) has aspirations for the presidency. He has been visiting Republican conventions, such as the recent one in Nashville, and setting up fund raising pacs.
However, if he lets the alleged voter fraud that elected Al Franken to the Senate continue, Pawlenty will not be a candidate worthy of consideration.
In the six month post election recount, Pawlenty trusted the Democrat Secretary of State to fairly ascertain what went on even though he was funded by the George Soros project to elect Democrat Secretaries of state.
Now the Minnesota Majority has conducted a study of the recount that finds at least 341 convicted felons in largely Democratic Minneapolis-St. Paul voted illegally in the 2008 race between Franken and Coleman, the Republican incumbent. Their final recount “showed Franken beat Coleman by 312 votes – fewer votes than the number of felons whose illegal ballots were counted,” according to their study. Furthermore, the report charges that efforts to get state and federal authorities to act on its findings have been “stonewalled” according to Fox News.
If Pawlenty can’t conduct an honest review and won’t stand up for a fellow Republican, in my opinion, he can’t be trusted. I’d like to see what his next move is.