Lieberman Site Hacked?


Lieberman campaign manager Sean Smith said the campaign has contacted the Connecticut attorney general’s office and asked for a criminal investigation by state and federal authorities.

“Voters cannot go to our Web site. They cannot access information,” Smith said. “It is a deliberate attempt to disenfranchise voters.”

Those are some serious charges to be throwing around on the day of an election, particularly without any evidence to back it up.

Campaigning Tuesday in New Haven, Lieberman said he has no proof that Ned Lamont’s supporters are responsible, but is asking state party chairman to intervene.

Don’t get me wrong, if this is some sort of malicious attack by the Lamont campaign then by all means throw the book at them. But why would a man with a double digit lead do something so obviously self-destructive?

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