Is election fraud going to change the outcome of this election?
The numbers of fraudulent voters is significant, in the millions, including dead dogs, dead people and illegals.
Voter fraud is the big issue that may decide the outcome of this election
In Seattle, Wash., last month, Brenda Charlston received a voter
registration form in the mail from the Voter Participation Center with
all the blanks filled in for “Rosie Charlston,” her black Labrador who
died in 1998.
The Obama supporting center says it has mailed some 5 million forms
using commercially available databases to target Democratic-leaning
groups such as unmarried women. What did they use in the Brenda/Rosie
mailing? The dead dog mailing list?
In June, in Buford County, Va., Tim Morris received a filled-out
voter registration form for “Mozart Morris” addressed to “Mo,” his dog
that passed away two years before. Again, the form came in the mail from
the Voter Participation Center.
In Bernalillo County, N.M., an anonymous Republican registered his
dog as a voter at a voter registration booth at the University of New
Mexico to show how easy it would be to defraud the system. Election
officials claim they followed the law and referred the case to state
prosecutors for criminal investigation of the dog owner!
Election officials throughout the country report a surge of voter registrations from animals, dead people and noncitizens.
Republicans believe Obama is depending on these registrations to win
the election and want laws requiring voter ID at the polls. Democrats
charge that Republicans are trying to suppress the vote to increase the
odds of a Romney win.
This Democrat charge formed the basis of a lawsuit by Obama’s
Department of Justice to block a Texas law that requires voter photo ID
to vote. Texas is one of 26 states with such laws.
The DOJ claimed the requirement would bar eligible voters from voting
and that the cost of getting the proper ID amounted to a “poll tax.”
The Texas law provides for a free state ID to anyone lacking a driver’s
license or other photo ID.
A study by a DOJ expert produced a long list of Texans who lacked
government-issued photo ID and, it was alleged, were thereby
disenfranchised. The list and the study were a fraud.
The list turned out to contain the names of 50,000 dead people,
330,377 seniors who can vote by mail without ID, 261,887 voters who
included a driver’s license number on their voter registration form,
800,000 Texans who were, in fact, registered to vote and who did have a
government issued photo ID.
The list also contained the names of Texans with U.S. military ID
(acceptable for photo ID to vote), former Texas residents who had moved
to other states, disabled voters who were exempt from the Texas photo ID
law and noncitizens.
Strangely, the list of those who “lacked government issued ID”
included former President George W. Bush, two state legislators and the
wife of another, former U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm, current U.S. Sen. Kay
Bailey Hutchison and even the Texas director of elections, Keith Ingram –
who was listed not once but twice!
However, even the Texas attorney general has yet to find the names of any dogs, living or dead, on the list.
Obama’s DOJ also went after Florida for passing a similar law. It
seems that Obama voters who were dead, felons or noncitizens would not
get to vote.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott ordered county election officials to examine
the integrity of the voting rolls. In the first review, the names of
83,000 dead people were discovered still registered to vote.
The dead deserve representation given the estate-tax debate, but the law does not yet allow them to vote.
DOJ also objected to Florida’s insistence that felons be barred from voting.
Noncitizens were also found on the voter rolls, and Gov. Scott fought
to get access to the federal Systematic Alien Verification for
Entitlements, or SAVE, database. SAVE will allow Florida to purge the
voter roll of noncitizens.
In a strange, parallel world, the Obama Agriculture Department
requires ID on every cow, and now on every chicken, on every American
Obama wants to trace the movement of farm animals but not illegal
aliens; he wants to ID every farm animal to protect the public health
but does not want to ID voters to protect the integrity of elections.
With the memory still fresh that the 2000 presidential election was
decided by a handful of voters in Florida, the determination of who gets
to vote in 2012 could decide who will be the next president.
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