I am employed by an agency that does canvassing for campaigns all over the west coast, most of which are left wing. Our most recent assignment is door-to-door petition work in Reno and Sparks in order to get an effect on the 2016 ballot that, if passed, would require background checks for unlicensed gun sales. My agency has brought in ~200 people on buses from Seattle, Portland, and Tacoma to try to push this through before the deadline on Wednesday.
And that is the crap we are facing. But besides the obvious influx of money, please note in the screen cap that this post was made 4 days ago and the OP said something very telling:
“to try to push this through before the deadline on Wednesday.”
Now, the Bloomberg machine only needed just over 100,000 signatures to get the Initiative in the ballot but suddenly they need to bring people from outside the state to “push” this (they did not have enough signatures) at the last-minute and they show close to a quarter of a million signatures on deadline day?
The smell of low tide keeps hinting around this thing.
Hat Tip to Donny anonny.