Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Bradley Foundation Funded Billboards To Unsettle Some Voters

How low can you can go?

In 2010:

...the 75 billboards that declared, “Voter Fraud is a Felony!” that peppered the Milwaukee area in 2010?

The Einhorn Family Foundation was behind those, too, but it had some financial help.

Michael Grebe, president and CEO of the conservative Bradley Foundation, said this week that his organization gave $10,000 to Einhorn in 2010.
“The grant was for general purposes but it was, in fact, used for those billboards,” Grebe said via email.


Reagan's Disciple said...

Get real. What is there to "unsettle" if you are not committing voter fraud.

Time for some of you democrats to wipe off the tears and put on your big boy pants. This isn't even a story. The billboards were up in West Bend and in Waukesha County as well.

James Rowen said...

The billboards were principally in minority neighborhoods. The goal was to define voting fraud as a minority behavior and tendency.

If the billboards were in other neighborhoods,perhaps the company sold the space on a regional basis, or they were in West Bend and Waukesha for cover - - or to tell minorities living there: "We're watching you, too."

An ugly day any way you slice it for the Bradley Foundation.