There is a suspicion among Colorado Democrats that President Obama flooded the Colorado caucuses with ineligible voters. This Wikipedia leaked John Podesta email certainly alludes to voter fraud in 2008 that involved the Obama campaign. This email assumes that the same thing might be happening in 2015. The Democrats are supposed to be voter fraud deniers, aren’t they? Only when talking to conservatives, I guess.
As Written By Sierra Marlee for The Federalist Papers:
Wikileaks has done an amazing job of revealing to the American people just how screwed up and corrupt our government really is, at all levels. The most recent revelation comes from the very top, and shows that Obama may have directed his supporters in Colorado to engage in a little all-American voter fraud.
In an email, John Podesta discussed his meeting to two Coloradans who made it clear that they wanted help in making sure that only legal and living people were allowed to vote in the 2015 caucuses.
These two individuals just happen to be tight with the Clinton campaign, and are concerned that there might be some improper conduct going on surrounding the caucus, and as we all know, if it’s not the Clintons who are cheating, nobody can cheat!
As this message describes, these two people discussed a strong likelihood that massive voter fraud was taking place in Colorado. So why is it when Republicans mention voter fraud they’re laughed out of the room, but when Democrats talk about it among themselves, there’s never any refutation that it exists?
Maybe that’s because a local television station in Colorado found out that dead people have been voting for years. Sara Sosa was one of those people. After her death in 2009, she somehow managed to cast ballots in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Her husband Miguel Sosa passed away in 2008, but a closer look reveals he cast a vote in 2009.
“I was shocked and surprised at this,” said Broerman. “This cannot happen. We cannot have this here or anyplace in our country. Our democracy depends on it. People have spilled their blood for the values and underpinnings and beliefs of this country.”
Broerman said after their deaths, the Sosas remained on active voter rolls and mail ballots were still sent to their home because they did not meet the criteria to have their names deleted from eligible voter rolls.
“Somebody was able to cast a vote that was not theirs to cast,” concluded Broerman.
So being dead is not on the list of things that will get you deleted from the voter rolls? That’s odd because last time I checked, that was one of the very few things that would make a person ineligible to cast a ballot.
Nell Cluck was another woman in Colorado who miraculously found a way to cast a posthumous vote.
Cluck passed away in February of 2009 but 9 months later, it was discovered that she was still casting votes. John Grosso of Denver faced a similar situation where he died in 2004, and turned up in a polling place two years later.
Following the CBS4 investigation, the Colorado Secretary of State’s office reviewed the CBS4 findings and confirmed at least 78 dead voters remained eligible to vote,