Illegals could Vote through a Loophole in Obama’s Amnesty
Earlier today, you heard about how illegal aliens will be eligible for the EITC once they their Social Security cards from my RedState colleague streiff, but the problems don’t stop there. Because they will be getting Social Security numbers and driver’s licenses under the Obama amnesty, there’s a good chance some will end up illegally voting. The Washington Times has the story: President Obama’s temporary deportation amnesty | Read More »
More Election Fraud: This Time in Maryland and North Carolina
A couple of days ago, I wrote about voting machines in Maryland changing Republican votes to Democratic ones. It turns out that there might be more election fraud being committed in the Old Line State. An election watchdog group called the Virginia Voters Alliance has sued the state of Maryland over alleged non-citizens voting in Frederick County. From Watchdog.org: The lawsuit, filed Friday in U.S. | Read More »
Voter Fraud Could Cost Close Wins
Our President seems unworried about the problem of voter fraud. Evidence on the ground suggests something else. So what do you do if you worry that your vote just won’t count for enough? Obviously, you vote twice! There are 44,000 people who could do just that in both Maryland and Virginia. At this point, Maryland is being sued for allowing people who are not legally | Read More »
Tags: Dawn of The Voting Dead
, La Raza
, Non-Citizen Voting
, North Carolina
, project veritas
, Voter Fraud
, Voter ID
, “Give it up Jake it’s Baltiless.”
Voter Fraud in Maryland? Machines Change Republican Votes to Democratic
Voter ID laws are one important facet of ensuring the right to vote is protected, but it’s hardly the only aspect of that fight to which we need to pay attention. Ensuring that our ballots are being counted properly is another vital front in the battle, and the state of Maryland is reminding us of its importance. There are reports across the state of voting | Read More »
John Fund Braced for Voter Fraud in Colorado, I’m Braced for a Win
Ballots began to hit voter’s mailboxes today in Colorado, and the fears of a stolen election by fraudulent votes is already a storyline for some. On Sunday John Fund sounded the alarm at National Review about the possibility of voter fraud in the highly contested Senate race between and . Last year Colorado passed a large overhaul of its voting regulations, creating an all mail | Read More »
Did Rep. Joe Garcia rely on College Students to sign in a Tracker?
is one of the most vulnerable incumbent Democrats this election cycle. He represents Florida’s 26th Congressional District, the southernmost district in the state and one with a Cook PVI of R+4. Republican challenger Carlos Curbelo is giving Garcia all he can handle and then some, so it’s not surprising that Garcia might resort to some dirty politics to try to save his career. In this | Read More »
Democratic CT State Representative Busted on 19 Charges of Voter Fraud
(H/T: Weaselzippers) Time and again, we hear from the Democrats that voter fraud is not an important issue. Despite their ardent insistence, we continue to see people getting arrested for voter fraud, usually from their own party! Today’s news continues that trend. Democratic Connecticut State Representative Christina Ayala has been arrested on 19 counts of voter fraud. Per the New Haven Register: State Rep. Christina “Tita” Ayala, | Read More »
Barbours unapologetic for racial tone of ads
This piece at National Review has quite a few interesting things to note about the involvement of Haley Barbour’s political machine in Mississippi. The political-action committee that aired the ads raised eyebrows from the outset. For one thing, it had the same address, phone number, e-mail domain, and leader — the bishop Ronnie Crudup — as the Jackson-based New Horizon Church International. Crudup told Mississippi’s Clarion-Ledger earlier this month | Read More »
Barbours unapologetic for racial tone of ads
This piece at National Review has quite a few interesting things to note about the involvement of Haley Barbour’s political machine in action in Mississippi. The political-action committee that aired the ads raised eyebrows from the outset. For one thing, it had the same address, phone number, e-mail domain, and leader — the bishop Ronnie Crudup — as the Jackson-based New Horizon Church International. Crudup told Mississippi’s Clarion-Ledger earlier | Read More »
A Declaration of Independence
On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress adopted what is now known as the Declaration of Independence, which notified Great Britain that the thirteen colonies regarded themselves as independent sovereign states. Our nation’s founders wrote “…that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its | Read More »
Possible voter fraud involving Covered California. DEFINITE incompetence in handling it.
For the record, even if this story is true I still do not think that this represents a concerted effort: A local couple called 10News concerned after they received an envelope from the state’s Obamacare website, Covered California. Inside was a letter discussing voter registration and a registration card pre-marked with an “x” in the box next to Democratic Party. The couple – who did | Read More »
Michigan Woman: died in 2008, found in 2014… and voted in 2010.
Gee, I wonder who she voted for. Voting records in Oakland County show [Pia] Farrenkopf, who has not been positively identified by the Medical Examiner’s Office, is shown as voting in the November 2010 gubernatorial election. Pontiac city records indicate Farrenkopf registered to vote in 2006 and had not voted until 2010, but officials point out that could have been an administrative error and she | Read More »
The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 64: Who Really Killed the Incandescent Light Bulb, and Simple, Undetectable Voter Fraud
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. The traditional, incandescent light bulb is going extinct this year. Environmentalists touted the fact that even the light bulb industry wanted to get rid of them. Yeah, well of course they did. Listen in to find out how this further cemented their hold on the market, using the environmentalists as | Read More »
Data Suggests That Deliberate Voter Fraud Is 97% Likely To Succeed In New York City
The New York City Department of Investigation recently examined the integrity of the New York City election process. During the 2013 New York City Mayoral Election, they had undercover investigators deliberately attempt to cast fraudulent write-in ballots in the name of 63 legally ineligible voters. The undercover agents of the DOI* were told to write in the name of fictional candidate “John Test.” The votes were tallied on 61 out of 63 deliberately corrupt ballots.
A certain portion of the blogosphere reads about things like the easy voter fraud and therefore describes the current state of American Democracy as being a terminal failure. They go further and suggest we should just spurn the clever ideas of George Washington and admit that KG III had the whole thing right from Jump Street. I personally think the whole Monarchist Movement has truly gone fishing. The various Kennedy Family by-blows are as close as I ever hope to see America come to being ruled by The Spanish Hapsburgs or the declining end of the Romanov Dynasty. As for American Democracy degenerating, I am not as easily able to dismiss the reactionaries. A voter fraud success rate of 97% is not a positive development. In order to prevent this continued negative outcome, the Congress of the United States of America needs to pass a national Voter ID Law.
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