Is a Right Wing talk show trying to suppress Democratic votes?

A Bakersfield talk radio host who previously made news after posting images on his website that read “Obama ’08 Hope, Change, Dead Honkys” is now being asked by Kern County elections officials to stop lying to the public when to vote:

County elections got more than 15 calls after Jaz McKay reportedly recycled the old voter suppression tactic of announcing that turnout is expected to be so high that Republicans are being urged to vote Nov. 4 and Democrats Nov. 5. [Bakersfield Californian]

Last May Jaz McKay came under fire for posting bogus slogans on the KNZR 1560 AM web site that appeared to be from the Obama campaign, including one reading “Kill Whitey!”


3 responses to “Is a Right Wing talk show trying to suppress Democratic votes?

  1. Doesn’t the FCC have anything to say about this?

  2. W ould white supremists voste for a Jew?

    Todd and Sarah Palin’s Jewish Roots

    No wonder the Zionist power brokers who run DC were willing to toss Joe Boy Lieberman overboard, they have two of the “Chosen Ones,” Todd and Sarah Palin.

    On this Wikipedia link, there’s no mention of who Sarah’s grandparents are, but on this Wikipedia link for hubby Todd, Sarah is described as descending from Kings and Queens in England, yet no mention her grandparents.

    She is supposed to be from King Henry III’s bloodline and he from Charlemagne. How cute.

    Ever notice that when the rich or famous do a family tree, that their heritage always includes being descended from royalty? No one ever says that their ancestors were stable boys, or milk maids or scooped up horse dung off the streets.

    Guess that wouldn’t fit in with running for the office of the Imperial American presidency.

    Yet, this story states that Sarah was from Lithuania, family name Sheigam.

    Oy Vey, it doesn’t get much more Yiddish than that.

    Aside from a number of thoroughly unpleasant episodes concerning family members, overcharging the state, heavy involvement with corrupt local politicians, attempts to foster her personal religious beliefs (Palin is a very active and aggressive Evangelical) there is the question of family matters she has attempted to conceal to advance her political career. Governor Palin “proudly displays” an Israeli flag in her gubernatorial office and for a very good reason.

    Her maternal grandfather, Schmuel Sheigam, was a Lithuanian Jew, born in 1912 in Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, 91.2 miles west of Vilnius. The Sheigam family immigrated to America, via Hamburg, Germany in 1915 because of WWI.At Ellis Island Immigration Centre, the name was entered as Sheeran, a standard practice of the time when immigration officers were unable to understand the pronunciation of non-English speaking immigrants. Sheeran is a common Irish name but members of the Sheigam family are buried in the Jewish cemetery at Budezeriai near Vilkaviskis:in Lithuania,

    Can the obligatory trip to Khazar be far behind?

    And will that yarmulka mess up Sarah’s tresses?

    Her hubby’s mom maiden name is Kallstrom. No mention of Todd’s granddaddy, but they make sure to mention that his gramdma belongs to one of Alaska’s native tribes.

    Todd Palin was born in the western Alaskan town of Dillingham to Jim Palin and Blanche Kallstrom, who is a quarter Yup’ik Eskimo, according to Snowweek, 2006, and other pre-2008 sources.

    Wikipedia’s hastily posted new entry reports that Todd Palin’s “grandmother, Helena Andree, is Yup’ik.” This, of course, may only be a partial statement of fact (pun intended).

    Dillingham is on Nushagak Bay, an inlet of Bristol Bay, an arm of the Bering Sea, in southwestern Alaska. The population of the city is 2,468, with about 60% of the residents being Yup’ik.”

    And at

    “Todd Palin was born in Dillingham, Alaska, to Jim Palin and his first wife, Blanche Kallstrom. His father, a native of Seattle, Washington, is a former general manager of Matanuska Electrical Association. His mother, a former secretary of the Alaska Federation of Natives, is one-quarter Yup’ik and also of Swedish descent, and his maternal grandmother, Lena Andre, is a member of the Curyung tribe.”

  3. wrong spelling
    Would white supremists vote for a jew

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