Delegate Scott Lingamfelter (R-Prince William) reported this on his Facebook page last night regarding a robo call sponsored by the Virginia Democrat Party. It may be a sign of nerves as polls have show a tightening in the race. Apparently, according to comments on his status update and on updates of others' who shared his post, these calls have gone on for about a week now in conservative areas of the state, apparently to drive a wedge between conservatives and Christians, and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli in order to suppress the pro-life turnout in tomorrow's statewide election. As Democrat nominee Terry McAuliffe himself wrote in his autobiography:
If you can't win on the issues, you make the case that the other guy is a bad guy, spreading disinformation, cooked up nonsense, and dirty tricks.
This comes as PolitiFact says 81 percent of McAuliffe's ads are fals. Here is the account offered by Delegate Lingamfelter:
About 25 minutes ago (7:24 PM 3 November) the Democratic Party of Virginia dropped a robo-call (that they said they paid for in the recording) at MY house to try to tell ME that Ken Cuccinelli supports Obamacare and public financing of abortion!!!
Virginia, pa-leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezzz understand that the party that wants Terry McAuliffe to be your governor will flat lie about anything! If you want proof that they will say ANYTHING to gain power over you and your life, you need go no further than the “robo-lies” they are sending around Virginia this Sunday evening. They are shameless in their tactics. (I guess they are trying to suppress GOP voters.)
(Del. Lingmafelter included this image.)
Let me get this straight: You mean the people who've spent $10 million telling us Cuccinelli is a monster who would decide how and what women can do with their bodies is now telling us he's NARAL's/Planned Parenthood's best friend? Deceive, divide and conquer? That's what they have to offer? REALLY?