Ed Naile, CNHT

Hear Ed Naile every Wednesday morning on WLMW 90.7 FM on the Girard at Large radio show or listen to the archives at Voter Fraud Radio

Will 2014 Be A Clean Election Year?

You know about all the Organizing for America workers CNHT caught voting illegally?

That would be the ones staying in the homes of elected NH officials like Rep. Cindi Rosenwald, State Senator Martha Fuller Clark, and Rep. Latha Mangaputi. 

Out of state campaign workers were camping out in private homes as well as the huge voter fraud nest at 1200 Elm St. in Manchester.

If you are wondering what they were up to for months before the 2012 election in New Hampshire this video by Project Veritas will make it perfectly clear how databases are collected:


The ACORN/Organizing for America/Organizing for Action workers were contributing to the huge Obama database all the liberal Democrats crave.

Here is a sample of what OFA-NH are famous for from some of their own LinkedIn pages.

Janice Rottenberg – NH vote thief, in her own words:

Regional Field Director

Organizing for America-- New Hampshire

January 2012 – November 2012 (11 months) Nashua, New Hampshire

• Implemented a multi-faceted field program, including 10 months of persuasion, constituency organizing (women and Latinos), message tests, OFA team building, and a coordinated GOTV effort including fold-in of a congressional race

 • Managed nine Field Organizers and two Regional GOTV Directors over a heavily suburban region including the second largest city in New Hampshire; team recruited 1,768 unique volunteers

• Increased both raw vote total and margin of victory in Nashua from 2008; helped 2 State Senators and an Executive Councilor reclaim offices lost in 2010; helped Democrats gain 19 seats in the State House; executed same-day registration program that produced 7,300 new registrants in Nashua (8.4% of population) on Election Day

Intern to the Deputy National Field Director

Obama for America

Nonprofit; 1001-5000 employees; Political Organization industry

October 2011 – January 2012 (4 months) Greater Chicago Area

• Assisted Deputy National Field Director and National Training Team with managing various projects start-to-finish, scheduling, compiling daily memos, writing email digests, taking meeting notes, running Adobe Connect and Maestro conferences, and auditing data in National Field, Quickbase, and BSD

Sarah Austino – NH Vote thief, in her own words:

Field Organizer


March 2012 – November 2012 (9 months)

Built five successful teams in most conservative part of NH

 • Made over 15,000 call attempts

 • Recruited and trained 32 Core Team Members

Field Organizer

Ron Barber for Congress

February 2012 – March 2012 (2 months)

• Recruited members of the community to volunteer

 • Collected petition signatures allowing Ron Barber to be on ballot

 • Trained and engaged members of the community

Voter Contact Organizer


December 2011 – February 2012 (3 months)

• Knocked on 5,200 doors

• Recruited volunteers

• Input data in VAN

Intern Coordinator


December 2009 – August 2010 (9 months)

Managed nine interns

 • Scheduled and trained interns

 • Prepared events for Congressman

 • Worked directly with constituents

 • Input information into federal database

Crew Leader Assistant


US Census Bureau

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Government Administration industry

April 2010 – July 2010 (4 months)

Managed 15 enumerators

 • Assisted enumerators with on the site training

 • Oversaw daily meetings

Collecting data on voters, by any means, seems to be part and parcel of the Obama for Obama workers who travel all around the country building Obama’s legacy one data entry at a time, year after year.

When they show up in New Hampshire and steal your vote, pry into your private information, or do anything illegal, The Coalition of NH Taxpayers and our volunteers will catch them and expose them.

All NH citizens have to do is make sure elected officials are informed and accountable to protect your vote.


The VA And What You CAN Do About It

Since the last week in February I have had the pleasure of working with Concerned Veterans for America making calls to NH vets regarding mismanagement at the Veterans Administration – specifically targeting poor performing administrators.

Well I guess that issue has hit the front pages in the last few days. Good thing it finally did so President Obama could be made aware of the problem. So says his spokesman.

In any case, lots of people talk about politics and some people do things within their capabilities. This issue would be one of those opportunities for an average person to make a difference.

If you want to help all you have to is contact CVA.

(Come on! I’m making it easy on ya.)


 Concerned Veterans for America


Dear Ed,

Tonight, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly (390-33) passed the VA Management Accountability Act -- a historic and powerful first step in bringing long-overdue accountability to the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Without the efforts of CVA staff, and most importantly our volunteers, this vote would have never happened. From our field staff to our Hill staff, CVA has led the way in building support for this bill -- and then putting pressure on Congress to act. Thank you for standing up to fight for America's veterans.

But the fight is far from over. Our efforts now shift to the Senate, where Senator Harry Reid has the ability to bring the Senate accountability bill -- S.2013 -- up for a vote. We will be asking you to join us in pressing hard for a Senate vote on #Vaaccountability.

Below is our press release on tonight's vote; take a read, and share with as many people as possible. The time to act is now, and CVA will strike while the iron is hot.


For Immediate Release: May 21, 2014


VA Accountability Act's Passage in House First Step Toward Accountability 

Arlington, Va. - The U.S. House of Representatives tonight overwhelmingly passed the Department of Veterans Affairs Management Accountability Act of 2014 (HR 4031) with final vote of 390-33. This bipartisan bill empowers the VA Secretary to fire and replace failing executives and managers, and is now headed to the Senate for consideration.

Pete Hegseth, CEO of Concerned Veterans for America, issued the following statement in reaction:

"The VA Management Accountability Act's overwhelming and bipartisan passage in the House is the first step on the road to accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs, and is a sign that members on both sides of the aisle understand the urgent need to restore trust in the scandal-plagued VA.

"Kudos to Rep. Jeff Miller of Florida, the chair of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, who worked to introduce this bill, champion it, and get it passed. And thank you to the The American Legion, AMVETS, and Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans for America for their early and vocal support of the bill.

"This is a historic move by the House, but the fight is not over. We will remain vigilant as the bill moves to the Senate, where Sen. Marco Rubio's companion version awaits action. The VA has proven that reform is not going to come from within, so we're glad that the House has stepped up to demand accountability - and we look to the Senate to do the same."

For our Veterans and our Country,  


Pete Hegseth
CEO, Concerned Veterans for America
Army Veteran of Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay
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Ain't That Tweet

While doing the regular Wednesday 6:40 am WLMW 90.7 segment on voter fraud here: http://www.girardatlarge.com/2014/05/voter-fraud-networks-living-and-tracking-by-social-media/ there was an on air news flash.

This week I mentioned 2012 ballot box stuffer and NY resident, Katrina Lipinsky, as being caught voting in Merrimack by some Republicans who were on the lookout for such things. Having just done a voter fraud workshop last Saturday in Merrimack, that, along with Lipinsky was this week’s topc.

I showed how to comb through LinkedIn to find Lipinsky’s “network” of LinkedIn activists from the Obama Organizing for America 2012 campaign and how close they are to Shaheen, Kuster, and The Nashua Telegraph.

Check for yourself: http://www.linkedin.com/in/katrinalipinsky



So while we were still on the air Rich Girard Tweeted Katrina Lipinsky and she was dumb enough to respond:

Girard at Large@GirardAtLarge 2h

@Katweeta So, why are you voting from an address in Merrimack NH? #stopvoterfraud Comment, requested!

@GirardAtLarge I'm no longer registered in NH - I vote where I claim domicile; it's the law. I once lived in Merrimack. Conversation over.

But Katrina, you never lived in NH. You just squatted here and stole a NH citizen’s vote from a voter fraud flophouse rental Obama put you up in.

Here is your handy work:


The number to respond to for the above Obama meet and greet was the same number of your home in NY? How’s that?

Conversation NOT over, especially if you plan on coming back to our state, from New York, to work for Shaheen or Hillary - like your LinkedIn pals are doing.

Right now we are working on getting the dates you registered in, I am assuming at this point, several states. So as that information comes back to NH – the conversation begins again.

Conversation NOT over.





Atkinson's Phil Consentino - BIG "Winner"

Here is what a “winner” looks like.

The video posted below is of the recent Atkinson Selectman’s Meeting of May 12. The bald-headed guy on the left is the former police chief, Phil Consentino, who, after getting caught indulging himself in perverted acts in front of, behind, and around, the poor woman working in the police dispatch position he had to relinquish his police chief job.

The Town relinquished about $100,000.00 and did not prosecute the pervert.

The “good” citizens of Atkinson then elected the pervert to a selectman’s position and now the victorious predator is trapped in his swiveling masterabator chair (Selectmen deal with abatements – the former police chief dealt in masturbation – that is the subtle difference so far. Its all in the complaint.)

The Atkinson Selectmen in this video are trying to go into a non-public session which may revolve around one of the many lawsuits involving the pervert. So the public members in attendance are naturally interested in knowing WHY the selectmen are going into a non-public session, as it is illegal to do so if a selectmen is the subject of the discussion.

How can you have a lawsuit in Atkinson without the pervert being involved?


Watch the pervert jump to his feet and try and bully the public.

This is what happens to a town that lets bullies into office. This is an example of what police bullies do when they know they are protected by the NH AG’s office.

And this is how municipal bullies operate when they are assured the courts will let them off the hook if they are sued or challenged.

Phil Consentino is the “winner”.

The Town of Atkinson is the loser.


Virgina Voter Integrity Group Links With NH

Had to happen sooner or later:



CNHT tracked some voters here to Virgina but that state is hard to get information from.

Maybe now that will change.

Whenever you talk to another state about voter fraud the similarities are striking.

So there is a god possibility that the vote fraud itself, the lax enforcement, and ignored laws have an interstate connection. Working with other states is a good way to expose it.