The electoral fraud evidence is accumulating to the point where I must conclude that the November election was stolen by the Democrats. In the months leading up to the election, report after report surfaced highlighting significant erosion of support for President Obama. Electoral fraud can occur at any stage in the process, but there are three main types.
To the Progressives who fight voter ID I want say, “This voter fraud. Here it is? There was massive and systemic voter fraud!” To those who refuse to call a spade a spade, hiding their heads in the sand and pretending this election was the result of a demographic shift, the power of negative advertising, or anything else besides Chicago style politics as usual I want to ask, “Why are you so quiet about something that is so obvious?”
You know it just HAS to be coincidence that this "glitch" favors candidates from the party that insists vote fraud isn't anything to worry about. By the way, I have some oceanfront property in Arizona that you can buy at a cut-rate deal!
Should dead people be able to vote? No, of course not. Yet some states are in a hurry to get the deceased off their voter rolls. Why is there a nationwide effort to get the deceased off the voter rolls? Since a mass resurrection of these once voters on Nov. 6 isn’t likely, removing them from the voter rolls is a way to protect the integrity of the voting process in this upcoming election. Going into a contentious election like this one, it makes sense to rid the system early of any potential ways to commit voter fraud.
New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner, a Democrat, purged the voter rolls of dead and ineligible voters in August. As a result, 163,221 voters were dropped from the rolls statewide, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. In June, the Republican-controlled Legislature overrode the veto of Democratic Gov. John Lynch to pass a new voter ID law that will be phased in over the next few years. Attorney General Eric Holder has been suing to take down voter identification laws in other states claiming they are in violation of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) of 1965.
South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant has a message for any voters who may be concerned about voter ID laws: "Voter ID laws have been in the news across the country. This may be creating concerns among South Dakota voters. Let me assure South Dakota voters that our law has not changed and they will be voting the same as in prior elections."
Fido, Casper the Ghost, and Juan Valdez walk into a polling place. No this isn’t the beginning of a joke it is a key part of the Chicago Plan to re-elect the worst President in American history. When voter forms have been sent out to “deceased infants, out-of-state family members, and non-U.S. citizens, among others," and the federal government will sue any State that has the chutzpah to require a photo ID to vote, don't be surprised when Fido, Casper, or Juan cast their vote to continue the occupation of Washington by the Progressive statists and their totalitarian plans.
Good point here If U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is going to claim that having to verify that you are who you claim to be when you vote is an unacceptable burden (even though you have to identify yourself when you fly, write a check, or do any of a few dozen other things that virtually all Americans do at some time or another), then it should certainly be considered an "unacceptable burden" to require ID, background checks, and fees to exercise your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
The sunshine is starting to fade down here in Florida as it appears that a portion of legally registered voters are now offended when asked to show their proof of citizenship. Consider the extra effort which this requirement entails and at the same time, what it protects. This objection of an “extra burden and barrier” is unsubstantiated given the many instances where providing a personal ID has become a normal routine.
Hanging chads and legal battles will remain seared in the memories of everyone who is old enough to remember the historic 2000 Bush versus Gore election decider in the state of Florida. As difficult as it is to believe, the chad fights have already begun in the Sunshine State, as last week the Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, demanded that the state of Florida stop efforts to exclude illegal aliens, the deceased, and convicted felons from the voter rolls.Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964