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Voter Fraud? Where’d You Get Such an Idea?

Saturday, October 15, 2016 8:50
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The Federalist, an online news magazine, introduced in September 2013, runs an important report by John Gibbs titled, “Voter Fraud Is Real. Here’s The Proof.” As early ballots are appearing in mailboxes, this constitutes crucial reading.

Gibbs writes, “Data suggests millions of voter registrations are fraudulent or invalid. That’s enough to tip an election, easily.” Meanwhile we are continually assured the process is flawless and any attempts to assure ballot integrity are deliberately misinterpreted as ‘suppression of minority votes.’ Attempting to deny such accusations is in the same league as answering the question, “When did you stop beating your wife?”

This excellent exposé of the issue of voter fraud, goes hand-in-glove with a March 2012 Seeing Red AZ post and video, Voter fraud? “ We’re not the police,” clearly illustrating the lack of official concern regarding blatant efforts to subvert  the system.

Online registration, ballots arriving in mailboxes, voted at the kitchen table and mailed in, with no oversight, create an atmosphere ripe for abuse. Ballot harvesting by third parties, further complicates the integrity of trustworthy voting.  Though the Arizona legislature addressed this issue last session and Gov. Ducey signed HB 2023 into law, both the Secretary of State and Maricopa County Recorder have publicly stated they will not enforce the law.

As an example of vote manipulation, in a purely political move, Terry McAuliffe, Virginia’s liberal governor unilaterally restored the voting rights of nearly 13,000 ex-felons — a demographic more likely to vote Democrat.  In that move he accomplished with a single executive order what the state’s Supreme Court had previously barred him from doing. McAuliffe’s mindset has been honed as chairman of the Democratic National Committee, (from 2001 to 2005), and co-chairman of Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign. He was also chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign.

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