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Windy Davis telephone scam callers

Whoever they are, they aren’t from – or for – Texas!

I’ve had several calls from 202-719-2244, caller ID, “Washington, DC.” They don’t leave a message. I finally got to the phone in time to answer, only to hear the recorded message. Turns out to be a push-poll for Wendy Davis, paid for by “Justice for All PAC.” (Remember, she’s the woman who filibustered in favor of abortions after 5 months, shutting down the Texas Senate with that mob. She’s running for the Democrat nomination for Texas Governor.)

I can’t find much about the PAC out of DC, although the name is currently being used for the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association. There’s a Facebook page out of Michigan.

However, a little more research shows that the phone number belongs to a telemarketer firm. According to the websites “Caller Central” and “800Notes.com.” callers using this number claimed they were  collecting donations for victims of Sandy or the Oklahoma tornadoes.  ” WhoCallsme.com  reports that they were once used to collect money for justice for Trayvon Martin.

Update: see the spoof at WindyDavis4Tx.

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