Ah, the lovely smell of conspiracy theorizing. For those unwilling to click on the crazy, it’s Alternet: and they’re convinced that the GOP Establishment somehow managed to hack into the Kentucky gubernatorial elections and hand Matt Bevin the win without leaving any evidence at all. That this would imply that Kentucky Democrats have no idea what they’re doing is quietly passed over; then again, so is the fact that the GOP Establishment wasn’t really thrilled with Bevin getting the nod in the first place. Seriously, if you’re going to commit election fraud, why stop at the general election? Bevin won that primary by the skin of his teeth; a hypothetical corrupt GOP could have easily rigged it so he didn’t.
Then again, a hypothetical corrupt GOP could have also rigged the 2012 election ballots in Florida, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin and there’s the election right there. It’s not so much that these people think that I’m working for an evil conspiracy: it’s that they can’t make up their mind about whether I’m working for a competent evil conspiracy. I mean, geez, pick one, all right?
PS: On the bright side: Alternet managed to get through another article without blaming it all on the Jews! Huzzah!