Rick Perry Promotes Election Conspiracy Site
Texas Governor Rick Perry is promoting a right-wing conspiracy website that claims Mitt Romney has a 7% lead in the election.
On Sunday night, Rick Perry sent a link out via Twitter encouraging followers to visit Unskewed Polls, noting that its “Always nice to get unfiltered or in this case ‘unskewed’ information.”
Always nice to get unfiltered or in this case “unskewed” information. tinyurl.com/8ht458u
— Rick Perry (@GovernorPerry) September 24, 2012
The site – as previously reported – promotes the conspiracy theory that mainstream pollsters are underestimating the amount of Republicans who will vote for Mitt Romney, leading to nationwide leads for President Obama.
Perry, who was widely ridiculed after his disastrous debate performances during the Republican primary, apparently believes that even conservative pollsters like Fox News and Rasmussen Reports are in on the conspiracy.
President Obama, who unlike Perry believes in the scientific theory of evolution, continues to lead Mitt Romney in national polling and state polling. Governor Perry and other major conservatives did not appear to protest these polls when then-President George W. Bush led Sen. John Kerry in them in 2004.
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