Self-proclaimed queen of the birther movement Orly Taitz appears to be teaming up with former Senate candidate Sharron Angle (R-Nev.) to combat "rigged elections."
Taitz unveiled the partnership on her website, displaying a series of email correspondences with Angle. In the exchange, Taitz cites election fraud as the reason Angle lost her bid to unseat Harry Reid (D-Nev.) in the 2010 midterm elections.
Another featured email quotes Angle as saying she's "working with the election integrity group."
"We want to make sure we have a fair and honest election this cycle in every state -- especially in California," the Angle email said. "There are lots of important races there."
Over the last few weeks, Angle posted several stories to her website about voter fraud.
Taitz, who hopes to be the Republican challenger to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) this November, pointed to a rigged election as a possible reason why she's not getting support.
"The latest polling by Rasmussen-Pulse shows me leading all the other candidates, however the GOP are endorsing and promoting one Elizabeth Emken, who has only 2% of the vote," Taitz wrote in her response to Angle. "I am afraid that the vote will be rigged, just as it happened in your case."
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