Thad Cochran stole election



by Matthew Boyle


A black Mississippi pastor has emerged to claim Sen. Thad Cochran’s (R-MS) campaign paid “thousands” of Democrats $15 each to vote in the June 24 GOP runoff – and that he was part of the scheme.

Rev. Stevie Fielder, an associate pastor at First Union Missionary Baptist Church in Meridian, Mississippi, says Cochran’s campaign “told me to offer blacks $15 each and to vote for Thad”…

…The messages cite an official Cochran campaign email address—[email protected]—and include detailed discussions of the campaign providing envelopes of money to distribute to people who vote…

Fielder said he helped distribute the Cochran cash for votes on a promise of eventually getting paid $16,000—and because a key Cochran campaign staffer convinced him that Cochran’s conservative challenger state Sen. Chris McDaniel was racist…

But Cochran’s campaign never paid, Fielder said.

Fielder also now says he was wrong about McDaniel’s character. He said he “took a good look at the campaign ads” and came to understand that “McDaniel was not a racist.”

“Me and other people were misguided and misled,” Fielder said.

In a brief phone interview with Breitbart News, Fielder confirmed that he is an associate pastor at First Union Missionary Baptist Church and that he leveled the allegations in an interview with Johnson…

…Though Fielder himself has not been paid the $16,000 he claims he was promised for his services, he alleges he was given the enveloped cash to distribute amongst the black community in Mississippi in exchange for Cochran votes—and further alleges that others like him were similarly given such cash

This has been the abridged version of the article. You can read the whole thing at:

If that was not enough, Senator McCain weighs in…


One week after traveling to Mississippi to do his utmost to help Senator Thad Cochran (R) beat Tea Party rival Chris McDaniel, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) talked about the strengths he saw in Cochran’s approach to campaigning.

According to AZ CentralMcCain dismissed criticism over the tactics the Republican Establishment used to get black Democrats to cross over and vote for Cochran…

Read the whole story at

So we see here the stew of corruption that keeps malevolent leaders in power. We have a useless, entrenched politician, an immoral campaign staff, and corrupt community leaders, one of them a pastor, conspiring to thwart the will of the citizens at a time of extreme peril. God, please save us from politicians and false pastors like these. ~ TD

Traildustfotm’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.

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