Joey_D Wrote:
Oct 25, 2012 9:00 AM
One thing needs to be made clear about Patrick Moran's response in the video. Although he expressed "doubts," he was only doubtful that the plan would actually work. He never once admonished the decoy for suggesting criminal activity. Moran seems to almost be lamenting that if only it were easier to pull off, then it would be a course of action worth pursuing. I don't buy that he was simply "humoring" the decoy. That's a convenient response when you're caught red-handed. For all Moran knew at the time, the decoy left their conversation fully intent on executing a voter fraud scheme. Unacceptable.