Nah, Vote Fraud Isn’t a Problem!

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Ever wonder why Democrats push early voting and absentee ballots so hard?  The above video gives you all the explanation you need!

As John Fund notes at National Review Online:

Critics of voter ID and other laws cracking down on voter fraud claim they’re unnecessary because fraud is nonexistent. For instance, Brennan Center attorneys Michael Waldman and Justin Levitt claimed last year: “A person casting two votes risks jail time and a fine for minimal gain. Proven voter fraud, statistically, happens about as often as death by lightning strike.”

Well, lightning is suddenly all over Cincinnati, Ohio. The Hamilton County Board of Elections is investigating 19 possible cases of alleged voter fraud that occurred when Ohio was a focal point of the 2012 presidential election. A total of 19 voters and nine witnesses are part of the probe.

Democrat Melowese Richardson has been an official poll worker for the last quarter century and registered thousands of people to vote last year. She candidly admitted to Cincinnati’s Channel 9 this week that she voted twice in the last election.

Go here to read the rest.  There are measures that could be taken, and which are commonplace in other nations, that would practically eliminate voter fraud.  Democrats fight all such proposals tooth and nail and argue that voter fraud is a myth, because the margin of fraud gives them a valuable cushion in close elections.  Vote fraud and Democrats in action:

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18 Responses to Nah, Vote Fraud Isn’t a Problem!

  • Proven voter fraud… that’s like “credible attacks of humans by healthy wolves,” right?

    Just because a set standard doesn’t catch problems doesn’t mean the problem doesn’t exist. In some cases, the problem is obvious– be it multiple ballots for “Mickey Mouse,” or the various cases of folks’ dogs having a ballot delivered.

  • So let me see if I am understanding this video. The woman actually doesn’t think it’s ILLEGAL to cast more than one vote? And she’s an election worker? Words fail me.

  • Donald.
    This channel 9 interview needs to seen by the masses. The post here is ok, however have you considered you tube placement?
    If it went viral could it help to open some minds that worship the false God?

  • I have stated from the start that there’s no way that Obama was re-elected cleanly. “The Powers That Be” have too much invested in their agenda to let him lose. I just pray that Almighty God allows me to live long enough to see this SOB and the powers behind him brought to justice.

  • I also thought from the beginning that there was fraud. and I have read the accusation of democrats that read like this: “So what! Republicans have done it too!”

    That very sad observation makes me think of Roy Rogers and the “good guys” of old– who wouldn’t draw their guns first, or participate as vigilantes even though the bad guy was easily recognized by his black hat and handlebar mustache– :(

    It is always tough to be good, and even tougher when the bad guys seems to being getting away with it.

  • @phillip

    “This channel 9 interview needs to seen by the masses. The post here is ok, however have you considered you tube placement?
    If it went viral could it help to open some minds that worship the false God?”

    Donald got this video from Youtube.

  • @Siobhan

    “I have stated from the start that there’s no way that Obama was re-elected cleanly.”

    Are you implying that Obama would NOT have won if incidents of voter fraud hadn’t occurred? That seems like quite a jump.

  • i don’t know if it is such a jump JL.
    It was a close election, and in addition to the types of voter fraud mentioned in this post that contribute to the “unclean” win, we can also factor in Candy Crowley, 60 MInutes and so on and on.
    I am still amazed by the reports of 100% of voters in some areas voting for Obama…( and that no one has to be identified as a US citizen to vote)

  • Obama won by a wide enough margin that I am fairly confident that fraud did not lead to his victory. Having said that, I do think fraud was wide spread especially in some inner city precincts where turn outs of one hundred percent of all registered voters were claimed. The simple truth is that ballot security is so poor in most of the states in this nation that it is impossible to say just how big a factor fraud is in most elections.

    When events like Republican election monitors being forcibly barred by Democrats in some precincts in Pennsylvania occur, it is hard not to believe that rampant fraud is not taking place.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012/11/06/penn-judge-orders-reinstatement-of-gop-election-monitors-allegedly-kicked-out-by-dems/

  • Voting machines programmed to flip votes from Romney to Obama which just happen to be in the swing states. Inner city precincts reporting outrageous numbers that were mathematically impossible and which threw their states to Obama. Buses traveling from Chicago to Wisconsin or Ohio to vote in both states. Many non-citizens driven by the unions to polling places. If you want more information, then you’ll have to google it. He only “won” by 5 million votes – which was NOT difficult to pull off. Of course I can’t “prove it”, I just know in my gut that this election stunk to high heaven. We’re talking about a Marxist cabal that has plotted for many years to get where they are. They were not about to let themselves be defeated by the sheeple, that is you and me, who they hold in complete contempt. It’s all part of the demoralization of a people before they can be crushed and subjugated.

  • A hypothesis:

    Harper’s magazine has (on and off) for eight years been humping a story that the Bush campaign stole Ohio’s electoral votes through widespread tabulation fraud in small increments. If my own experience of local politics is representative, this would have required collusion between Republican and Democratic poll inspectors all over the state, and nobody saying a thing John Kerry thought it nonsense.

    Portside discourse in recent years has seemed at time to be dominated by phenomena described by discarded psychoanalytic concepts, e.g. ‘projection’. Are they telling us something?

    Here there and the next place (in Washington State and in Minnesota of all places) you have congressional elections the Democratic Party managed to win when bags of ballots turn up unexpectedly after the election.

    You have this manic refusal to countenance banal identity verification conjoined to the incredible contention that there are millions upon millions of people in this country unable to verify their identity but somehow civically engaged enough to actually cast ballots (in a world where 60% of the population usually does not vote). Do they believe this?

    We have to entertain the possibility that absentee ballot fraud is now a regular part of the Democratic Party’s tool-kit here, there, and the next place.

  • Voting machines programmed to flip votes from Romney to Obama which just happen to be in the swing states.

    I would be very careful about that unless I were sure that the purchasing agents who ordered the machines and the technicians who tested them were corrupted.

    A couple of years back, I read an article by a computer science professor criticizing the introduction of technology in voting tabulation because of the diminished confidence in the ballot. He offered that paper ballots were the most advisable technology for voting.

    (Legal and administrative maneuvers to frustrate voting by servicemen are an open scandal).

  • Here there and the next place (in Washington State and in Minnesota of all places) you have congressional elections the Democratic Party managed to win when bags of ballots turn up unexpectedly after the election.

    There’s also the rather open fraud of registering to vote absentee at both of your houses.

  • A couple of years back, I read an article by a computer science professor criticizing the introduction of technology in voting tabulation because of the diminished confidence in the ballot. He offered that paper ballots were the most advisable technology for voting.

    Wouldn’t it be most practical to have a machine that looks something like an airlines ticket machine, and prints out the choices selected with a detachable tab?

    You check that what it selected is what you want, fold it in half, tear off your tab, drop one in the “I voted” box and the other in the box of actual ballots.

  • “Portside discourse in recent years has seemed at time to be dominated by phenomena described by discarded psychoanalytic concepts, e.g. ‘projection’. Are they telling us something?”

    I have long suspected so Art.

  • Now I am remembering, ca. 1993, it was considered in New York by certain advocacy groups an outrage that applicants for AFDC have their fingerprints taken. They contended this minor nuisance was an intolerable insult to aspirant beneficiaries. One could not but help suspect that those in the employ of these organizations were at pains to prevent certain information from getting into circulation.

  • Canadian living (legally) in Washington gets card from the county informing her that her ballot will arrive by mail…..

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