A cunning plan? Thousands of fraudulent ballots found! Guess for which party?

Here is an interesting chess game being waged over the future of the nation.

From Pamela Geller:

“Tens of thousands” of fraudulent Clinton votes found in Ohio warehouse UPDATE: Investigation launched

How bad and rampant is it? The Cascade mall jihad gunman voted illegally in no less than three election cycles.

“It’s not the people who vote that count. It’s the people who count the votes.”

“Tens of thousands” of fraudulent Clinton votes found in Ohio warehouse,” Christian Times, September 30 2016:

Election officials in Franklin County, Ohio are reportedly stumped over what one maintenance worker found in a dilapidated downtown Columbus warehouse earlier this week.

According to sources, Randall Prince, a Columbus-area electrical worker, was doing a routine check of his companies wiring and electrical systems when he stumbled across approximately one dozen black, sealed ballot boxes filled with thousands of Franklin County votes for Hillary Clinton and other Democrat candidates.

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But wait! There’s more.

UPDATE: Franklin County launches an investigation. The story may have been planted. If so, this is now a pattern and I believe a deliberate attempt by Democrats to muddy the waters, [NB:] so that when real stories of voter fraud and malfeasance (of which there are many) break, they too will be waved off as hoaxes.

Oh my!   Who would ever imagine that Dems would cheat!  Who could imagine finding ballots?  What was it that happened again in the Coleman v. Franken election and recount and recount and recount?  They recounted until the Republican lost with the help of some ballots that were “discovered” that tipped the scale.

No.  We all know what is going on.

 

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18 Responses to A cunning plan? Thousands of fraudulent ballots found! Guess for which party?

  1. Oh God, please clean up the mess!

  2. ACatholicGuy says:

    Stuff like this is why I felt the last question in the debate about willingness to accept the election results was ominous.

  3. Legisperitus says:

    Why would an electrical worker open sealed ballot boxes?

    ACatholic Guy: Exactly.

  4. Defender of Truth says:

    Fr. Z: “We all know what is going on.” Do we really? [If you have your eyes and ears (and brain) open we do, yes.] Sounds like a lot of innuendo to me. Let’s wait until the investigation is finished before we pronounce anyone in particular guilty.

  5. Kerry says:

    Legisperitus, if I may, wrong question. If the warehouse is/was dilapidated, one might assume also, not being used. And sealed black boxes, if this is also true, might look out of place. (How big is this unused, dilapidated warehouse?) I’d also want to know had said ‘electrical worker’ been to said warehouse previously and when, and if on a rotation over time, with what frequency? Lots of night and fog this election year. However, as soldiers know, first reports are always wrong.
    I recall a story Father Corapi told, having asked, as he said, “A Holy Mother superior”, (if I remember properly) about the current political class and he relates her answer, unhesitatingly, “Punishment for sin!”

  6. KnightOfTruth says:

    Sad reality. I have been a poll observer for the past 3 presidential cycles in a precinct that votes 98% Democrat. I have seen people walk in and given the ballot for “someone who couldn’t make it in today”, for “someone who needed to vote for her neighbor so that he could exercise his right to vote… through her”, an entire class from a college come in with the professor instructing everyone how to vote a straight ticket, a bus come with about 20 people coming out, each reading off a name on their list to get ballots “oh wait a minute, that is our next stop… here I am John Doe”, listening to three guys talk about being done after visiting three more precincts. My testimony of three of these observations was recorded for the Supreme Court three years ago… and nothing happens. I don’t get it , but best I can tell, in my state a republican starts out 8% behind before the first real vote is actually counted. I personally am unaffiliated, disillusioned by both parties, but at the beginning and end of the day I vote for life. (prayers appreciated, have been told it is not wise to testify to the things I have witnessed. Thank you Father Z for bringing this issue forward.

  7. MWindsor says:

    Let’s face it: Hillary is going to win. Even if Hillary doesn’t win, Hillary is going to win.

    If voting mattered, they wouldn’t let you do it.

  8. Absit invidia says:

    Democrats are not stopping until they have achieved their despotic form of government. Despotism can mean tyranny (dominance through threat of punishment and violence), absolutism, or dictatorship (a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator, not restricted by a constitution, laws, or opposition, etc.)

    This is what the refugee program and immigrant flood across our borders is all about: a massive illegal democrat voter registration drive. They can’t win with their radical notions so they need to cheat like some backwards despotic banana republic.

  9. JustaSinner says:

    At the end of the day, the Devil wins with its pant suited proxy.

  10. boxerpaws63 says:

    It gets better. Pastor Mark Burns-an evangelical pastor i believe(not sure)has a you tube channel called the Color That Matters.Well,actually had.He did a talk on abortion-he’s firmly pro life-and was taken off You Tube. I watch the Wayne Dupree Show on the rsbn.tv network every night from 9-10 and they’re being censored.His you tube will suddenly go black and lose audio. Both these ppl support Trump so they’re not that keen about Hllary.Last but not least the Gilbert creator, Scott Adams, has had some of his recent tweets removed.He’s not particularly interested in politics but he was a Hllary supporter. After learning of her 64% increase in real estate taxes(could stand corrected on that but think it’s accurate)switched to Trump-yep,that’s when the censoring started.Lest anyone put these down to conspiracy theories it’s just not possible.It’s happening right in front of our eyes. It’s going to get real ugly folks. At first i thought the reason Sec Clinton wasn’t on the campaign trail or doing ‘pressers’ is because the media was doing it for her anyway. Totally true but now I’m beginning to wonder if it’s because she doesn’t have to-meaning the fix is in. Something is fishy. Thank God,there’s a good chance WIKILEAKS is going to do another dump and the word is that it will end the Clinton campaign. I kind of doubt it.She’s already comitted at least 1 felony and we know how that went.It would have to be pretty damaging to actually destroy her campaign. We’ll see. I hear it’s either Tues or Wed and was going to be from a balcony but due to security concerns(he’s not suicidal)will be doing it by video.

  11. ckdexterhaven says:

    I live in swing state North Carolina. I was a poll observer in 2008, in a deeply Democrat precinct. Voter fraud was blatant, and the poll watchers were working hand in hand with the (Obama campaign funded) Democrat poll observer.

    The legislature passed a voter ID law in 2011, but this was overturned this year by the (unelected) Circuit court. Regardless of the vote count, NC will turn blue this year!

  12. Henry Edwards says:

    Perhaps this is why Hilary is not campaigning actively in Ohio. Why bother, when it’s already “in the box”?

  13. Polycarpio says:

    Here, Pope Francis’ thoughts in answer to a question about our election during his airplane presser yesterday seem helpful. First, he said, “The people are sovereign.” Therefore, any attempt to game the system of defraud the will of the people, is a perverse wrong. So wrong that it’s hardly open to debate. I doubt anyone would seriously argue that it’s OK. The Pope made a second point which is more subtle, he said that “When it happens that in whatever country here are 2, 3, 4 candidates that no one likes, that means that the political life of the nation perhaps is too politicized” and that the proper role of the Church “is teaching to have political culture.” The problem in a hyper-politicized culture is that the people “don’t have political culture. They are from this party, or this one or this one,” but without “without a clear thought on the foundations, the proposals.” In such a hyper-partisan environment, the temptation and opportunity for fraud that violates the will of the people is greater. Therefore, it would be a great service for the Church not to become another partisan player, but to encourage the right “political culture,” which in our country ought to be very steeped, given the great contributions to democracy that have arisen from there here United States.

  14. AP says:

    I know Fr. Z gave an update at the end of his post, but I’d like to reiterate that this story is false. This online “news” source has a history of reporting conspiracy theories and false stories.

    Among the false stories it published included Donald Trump being removed from primary ballots. Other articles claimed that Clinton said that Harambe was a victim of racism and that that an African-American Trump supporter was killed in Chicago. These are classic examples of “click bait”. Sites like this make a lot of money running ads. All that’s needed is for people to click.

    The website does not explicitly label their news stories as conspiracy theories or satire. They do however carry a disclaimer that they are not responsible for the actions of their reader from reading their articles.

  15. excalibur says:

    Re: Absit invidia

    Aided and abetted by Catholic bishops. See:

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2016/10/christopher-manion/importing-criminals/

  16. ldunne says:

    Oh my! Who would ever imagine that Dems would cheat!

    . . . because, of course the Republican Party is filled with pillars of virtue.

  17. jhayes says:

    Here are three photos of the man in the picture:

    HERE (Scroll down to the second 10:34 am entry)

    Except he is delivering ballot boxes for the May 7, 2015 UK election.

    Not likely to be “Randall Prince, a Columbus-area electrical worker”

  18. “christiantimesnewspaper.com” publishes hoaxes all the time, and I guess Pamela Geller was fooled by the site.

    The Ohio Secretary of State responded to this story:
    http://wksu.org/post/ohio-secretary-state-responds-bogus-christian-times-newspaper-article#stream/0