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McMahon files suit against Connecticut’s Secretary of State

Vince McMahon, Chairman and CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment has filed
a lawsuit today against Connecticut’s Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz for
her directive that allows poll workers to refuse registered voters wearing
WWE merchandise the right to vote in Tuesday’s election. In a short press
release issued today, McMahon said he filed it on behalf of himself, his
company, WWE fans and any Connecticut citizen who wants to exercise their
constitutional right to vote. Vince called Bysiewicz’s order “a flagrant act
of censorship and discrimination.”

(thanks to Colin Vassallo)

Post Category: News


3 Responses

  1. Buster Baxter says:

    Can they wear TNA shirts?

    Not to any WWE event.

    Hypocrite much?

  2. Joe says:

    Wouldn’t that look kind of trashy and childish for an adult to wear a wrestling T-shirt to vote in an election? To me, it’s a funny thought to think about a grown man wearing a DX shirt to vote in something as important as an election. Wow.

  3. TNA completely blows says:

    "Can they wear TNA shirts?

    Not to any WWE event.

    Hypocrite much?"

    Still, he is completely right though. Wearing a TNA shirt to a WWE venue is not a protected right for law abiding citizens, voting is. It is not an act of mere censorship, it is a felony to interfere with someone who has the right to vote and a violation of the 14th Amendment section one.

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