Former Rep. Scott Taylor (R-VA02)’s #Petitiongate scandal has been out there for months now, with a special prosecutor looking into it. Now, finally, it looks like we’re seeing some movement, and it’s not looking good for the former Congressman.
A special prosecutor in Virginia says he’s presented two indictments of election fraud against a person who worked on a Republican congressman’s doomed re-election campaign.
Special prosecutor Donald Caldwell announced the indictment in a statement Monday. He did not identify the staffer who worked on Scott Taylor’s campaign in Virginia’s coastal 2nd Congressional District.
And gotta love this: “A meeting was held in then Congressman Scott Taylor’s office in Washington, DC… where a decision was reached to support Ms Brown’s effort by using available campaign resources to circulate petitions on her behalf.”
- Video: Confronted with His #Petitiongate Fraud Scandal, Scott Taylor Threatens to Sue DCCC, Blames His Staff; Elaine Luria NAILS Him
- Mired in #Petitiongate Scandal, Desperate/Flailing Scott Taylor (R-VA02) Lashes Out with “Disgrace” of an Ad…on 9/11, No Less
- Video: VA-02 #Petitiongate Story Update – “address on Shaun Brown’s petitions is not a valid address”
- BREAKING: Judge’s Opinion on VA-02 #Petitiongate Scandal Finds That Petitions Circulated by Rep. Scott Taylor (R) Staffers Were “rife with errors, inconsistencies, and forgeries”
- Audio: “HearSay” Interview with R. Stuart Cake’s Widow on His Forged Signature for Shaun Brown
- BREAKING: Virginia Beach Democratic Committee Charges “deliberate and concerted effort by Scott Taylor and the VB Republican Party to meddle in the upcoming election”
- Letter to Virginia Board of Elections: “If you do not take action by noon this Friday, August 10, 2018, we intend to seek judicial intervention.”
- RELEASE: Elaine Luria Campaign Responds to Rep. Taylor’s Deceptive Campaign Tactics.
Great stuff, eh?