Think voter fraud doesn´t exist? Think it doesn´t matter in states like, oh I don´t know...Ohio? Think again. More from John Fund: The Hamilton County Board of Elections is investigating 19 possible cases of alleged voter fraud that occurred when Ohio was a focal point of the 2012 presidential election. A total of 19 voters and nine witnesses are part of the probe. Democrat Melowese Richardson has been an official poll worker for the last quarter century and registered thousands of people to vote last year. She candidly admitted to Cincinnati’s Channel 9 this week that she voted twice
a friend of mine worked in the main office for voter registration and there were literally busloads of Somali´s brought in .huge population of them here in Columbus..one of the largest in US. many did not speak English. All Dumocraps...doing what they were told..
This above everything else makes my blood boil. We can´t even run a fair legal election in this country with all of the technology available to us. They did a better job in Iraq. In the meantime this narccistic freak struts around like he is God´s gift to all of us. No thank you. And where was Romney? Slithers off into the sunset and doesn´t even attempt to investigate. Too impolite for him or what?
The cities are really driving their populations out, aren´t they? Taxed, bombed, and your vote doesn´t count. .... Saw that Boies is working to undo some union pension promises in NE cities and I think that´s why - Democrats need the cities full, but they are giving people every reason to leave - crazy taxes, lousy services, high crime, and now people learn their votes don´t count. Cheating is all very well but there has to be a base of residents in there somewhere.
That is such bunk. One of my friends requested an absentee ballot but didn´t mail it and decided to vote on election day instead. They wouldn´t let her vote. So, let´s arrest the poll watcher and those that let her vote.
BTW Why isn´t the Rep Party and Mitt up in arms about not only this, but districts where there were more votes than registered voters.
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Yo Yo, 2/9/2013 12:10:20 AM (No. 9166723)
This makes me sick. Here in Colorado, going into the election, there were about 30,000 more Republican early ballots collected than Democrats. There were a slightly smaller number of independent or unaffiliated early ballots collected. Polls told us that Independents were breaking about +5 to +10 for Romney. Better than half all votes were sent early. But when the final votes were counted here, Obama won fairly comfortably, about 51-46%, and mostly from Denver and its suburbs. This doesn´t seem to make sense to me. Until I see things like this story.
Saw a video clip of her on Hannity this evening - she also made sure he granddaughter and three people living in her house voted at least twice each - justr to be sure you know...Why can´t we get reform of our election process? There are many good ideas out there. Universal suffrage doesn´t make sense when there are instances such as busloads of Somalis who don´t speak English being brought in to vote - as they were in a certain Ohio district. If you must have voting at polling stations, then photo ID is a must. I am personally in favor of requiring a test for voting privilege and that includes the ability to speak and understand English.
Why can´t charges be filed against her? She´s laughing at all of us who do what is legal. Maybe it´s time to start this wonderful experiment anew. Only conservatives will have the wherewithal to put it back together.
Please watch the video. If it’s all right to provide it, an additional link to the report appears below because there was some difficulty with the video embedded in the article. In the video, Melowese Richardson candidly states that she voted twice – she also explains how she voted for a man living in her house, a brother ‘he’s here from time to time’, a ‘Power of Attorney’ (whatever that means), and a granddaughter. Ms. Richardson has been working in voting precincts since 1988.
Sadly, I believe this flagrant fraud occurs and has occurred (especially in our big-city voting precincts) for decades. Certainly, the stories about voter ‘inconsistencies’ in the City of Detroit, and some of its satellites, are numerous and legendary.
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