Sunday, December 21, 2008

Would Rove Murder To Cover Voter Fraud?

Oh, how I love a good conspiracy theory!

While trying to catch up on some other things, I stumbled across a story that caught my interest.

Mike Connell was a GOP operative and IT specialist that worked closely with none other than Karl Rove. Apparently, from what I've read, Mr. Connell was the person who was responsible for the creation of the parallel email system used by the Bush administration, most notably in the political firing of several U.S. Attorneys. Interestingly enough, this is the same server was used to tabulate the election results in Ohio during the 2004 elections.

Mr. Connell was subpoenaed to testify in a court hearing in Ohio regarding possible shenanigans. After being forced to give a deposition, Mr. Connell claimed that Rove was threatening him and telling him he needed to take the fall in any charges. People took these threats so seriously that the Ohio Attorney General was asked to intervene and give protection to Connell and his family.

In what I am sure is pure coincidence *cough, cough*, Connell, an experienced pilot, died when his plane mysteriously crashed three miles from the airport.

Now, I am not accusing Rove or anyone else of murder. Nor am I saying definitively that there is some kind of conspiracy going on here. I am just pointing out that these are an amazing set of events, if they are indeed coincidental.


  1. Yeah, I'm far from a conspiracy theorist, but the story you conveyed is just oddly coincidental.

  2. Yup, just like that guy who was killed in the park during Clinton's administration. (sorry, forgot his name)
    Conspiracy's are fun, except when Democrats are involved.