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Oath Keepers call on followers to spot and document voter fraud

Thursday, October 27, 2016 6:03
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The anti-government militia group known as the Oath Keepers is calling on its membership to report voter fraud and intimidation on Election Day.

A call to action was posted on the group’s website Tuesday telling followers they had a responsibility to ensure the election process is not stolen from the United States of America.

“Without a clean election, the Republic is dead, and there is no hope of resurrecting it through conventional, peaceful, political means,” the bulletin reads.

The call to action comes as Republican nominee Donald Trump insists the election is rigged against him, and telling his followers to watch out for voter fraud at the polls. Yet, claims of large scale voter fraud have been largely debunked and political leaders on both sides of the aisle have assured voters the system is not rigged.d

Still, Tuesday’s Oath Keepers post notes a video series by Project Veritas, a political activist news group, in which Democratic political operatives talked about ways to commit voter fraud. “We’ve been busing people in to deal with you fucking assholes for 50 years, and we’re not going to stop now,” says Scott Foval in one of the videos.

Foval worked for Americans United for Change, but was laid off after the videos were released. Another Democratic operative seen in the videos also left his job in the wake of the video release.

A firm implicated in the video series, Democracy Partners, denounced the videos released by Project Veritas. “Our firm has recently been the victim of a well-funded, systematic spy operation,” reads a Democracy Partners statement. “The plot involved the use of trained operatives using false identifications, disguises and elaborate false covers to infiltrate our firm and others, to steal campaign plans, and goad unsuspecting individuals into making careless statements on hidden cameras.”

The Oath Keepers call to action tells followers not to wear Oath Keepers gear to the polling place, to blend in, and to encourage family to participate in voter fraud prevention efforts. It also outlines ways to legally spot and document election fraud.

“Our significant capabilities in conducting covert operations, intelligence gathering, and investigation can and should be leveraged to counter actions of any political party or criminal gang that attempts to disenfranchise the citizens of our nation,” says the Oath Keepers post.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch launched an initiative on Oct. 19 to combat Election Day fraud and advanced efforts to prevent voter intimidation at the polls. As with every election year, the Justice Department will send hundreds of representatives to monitor the voting process.

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  • Uncle_Scam

    I guess none of the oath keepers finished high school. Not all elections are created equal. The office of the president of the US Inc. is decided by an Indirect Election not a direct election. They do not use the ‘popular’ (sheeples) vote to determine the outcome. Anyone could win the ‘popular vote’ and still lose the election. Unless your ballot reads Electoral on it you are wasting your time.

    “Indirect election is a process in which voters in an election do not choose between candidates for an office but rather elect persons who will then make the choice. It is one of the oldest forms of elections and is still used today for many upper houses and presidents.
    Some examples of indirectly elected bodies and individuals include:
    the election of the United States President is an indirect election. Voters elect the electoral college, which then elects the President. The President of Germany is similarly elected by a Federal Convention convened for that purpose. India and several other countries have a President or other largely ceremonial head of state elected by their parliament”

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