I Went to Prison for Jamming Phones for the RNC. Now the RNC Is Boasting About Doing It Again. - 2019-11-05

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F375.png I Went to Prison for Jamming Phones for the RNC. Now the RNC Is Boasting About Doing It Again. November 5, 2019, Allen Raymond, Daily Beast

The Republican National Committee may not yet realize it, but it just caught a federal criminal case by boasting about jamming Democratic congressional office phone lines.

I know, because I served three months in Loretto Federal Correctional Institution for doing the same thing in 2002 on behalf of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee at the behest of an RNC representative.

So I was aghast to read Tuesday that the RNC paid for phone calls to Democratic congressional offices with the intent of "tying up the phone lines of the elected officials," according to The New York Times. I'd advise the RNC to again set aside $5 million for its legal defense—the same amount it spent in 2002 defending its own in a phone-jamming case.

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