Dems and voter fraud

Did you see this video on voter fraud?  It seems that Obama did not qualify legally to be on one of the state’s ballots because of voter fraud.

I can only imagine what the Clinton machine is churning.

They even mentioned the Coleman and Franken debacle.

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  1. Joseph-Mary says:

    And amazingly the fraud always seems to go one way: demonrat.

  2. SanSan says:

    I’ve noted recently that many “homeless” and mentally challenged people have been registered to Vote, but their vote by mail packets sit in offices of those “agencies” who serve the poor. How easy for someone to take those mail-in packets and vote for those who could really care less.

  3. rodin says:

    As a former Virginian glad not to be there any longer–he is reasonably known in some circles by the name “McAwful”?

  4. Michael_Thoma says:


    Not true, a woman was just charged the other day with voting twice for Trump. While rare, and quite uncommon, it happens with both parties. Of course, the biggest fraud of all, is that the two major ones control it (rig it) to the extent that a 3rd party simply has no chance of winning, let alone make it on all the ballots. IL is a prime example. Established parties have a low or no signature threshold, while a 3rd has to garner some several tens of thousands, even to be an eligible write-in.. near impossible for an individual with no machine.

  5. OldProfK says:

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the same happens in nursing homes and the like. Someone comes in and “helps” dementia patients vote…a straight ticket.

    It doesn’t help that the Tide* party signals in advance that they won’t contest fraud committed by the Cheer* party, because it’s more important that the Tide party grandees protect their phoney-baloney jobs (hat tip: Mel Brooks) than they protect the rule of law in this suffering Republic.

  6. OldProfK says:

    *At the level of the national leadership, there’s about as much functional difference between the Republicrats and the Demopublicans as there is between Tide and Cheer.

  7. un-ionized says:

    Oldprofk, when my mom was in a nursing home she refused to let anybody near her when she voted. I mailed her ballot myself.

  8. Anne C. says:

    I’m glad that Fox News is covering this, and that they mentioned the Coleman/Franken debacle! It’s still upsetting to me that the MSM (other than Fox, I’ve heard) refuses to cover the Project Veritas videos by James O’Keefe, which have major players admitting on tape to having committed voter fraud for 50 years, and that they “weren’t going to stop now!”

  9. KnightOfTruth says:

    Thank you for sharing this video… I have passed it on as one of my rare posts on Facebook.
    I have personally witnessed voter fraud as a poll observer and I have testified same … but the issue goes ignored by our courts. In fact in my state we passed a requirement for voter ID only to have it rejected by the courts. One woman who I witnessed voting several times – was finally stopped when I said “besides having been here several other times today, she is now voting for a man” She began to argue how important it was to vote for people who could not make it in to the polls. Prior to defending her actions, an NAACP observer was “protecting” her right to vote. After she started defending herself and they realized that it would not be good for election officials to arrive (they were at least 15 minutes away) the observer and another rather large man, escorted her off the site. I could go on and on with what I have seen.
    My wife and I continue our fast for this election.

  10. PA mom says:

    Here in Pa, the republicans have filed suit to allow poll watchers from outside the district to volunteer . Apparently in some Philadelphia districts there remain scarcely a single Republican, much less one who wants to publicly admit it and oversea the voting.

    Without the poll watcher from the opposing Party, there are essentially no checks at all on the fraud which can occur.

    Our newspaper editorial called it , something for the state legislature to take up in calmer times…. As if it weren’t the whole point of the law to ensure there are opposing poll watchers in every voting district.

    We have been following the project Veritas videos as well.

  11. frjim4321 says:

    I think most of the fraud going on is states attempting to disenfranchise the poor, young and non-white voters. I am sure that effects many more votes than the improbable in-person fraud hoaxes.

  12. WVC says:


    It might surprise you, but most folks actually attempt to do bad things in order to achieve the immediate good. Folks who cheat at poker do so in order to win the most hands and money, not to disenfranchise other gamblers at the casino. Folks who rob banks do so in order to profit by ill-gotten goods and not to disenfranchise investors. Folks who cut off a priest’s head during Holy Mass while shouting “Allahu Akbar” are doing so because they think it pleases Allah and will get them some number of virgins in the afterlife, not because they want to make a political statement about Democracy as a valid form of government.

    My guess is, Democrats who have actually admitted to skewing polls and planning massive voter fraud (via pertinent info revealed by Project Veritas and WikiLeaks) do so in order to immediately benefit from said fraud. I mean, call me crazy, but that seems to me to be the Occam Razor angle.

    Also, are you saying that only the poor, young, and non-white voters are the ones disenfranchised? The poor, old, and non-white voters are doing fine? What about the rich, young, non-white voters? How about the poor, young, white voters? There’s also the middle-class, middle-aged, non-white voters to consider. And the middle-class, old, non-white voters. And how could you ostracize the poor, middle-aged, non-white voters? For shame!

  13. hwriggles4 says:

    I thought about showing up at the polls with my two cats. One happens to have a legitimate first name. If I could register to vote in Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan, or Minnesota, I might have registered my two cats as dependents so they could vote.

    Honestly, I would vote for the corpse of Franklin Pierce or Chester A. Arthur before I would vote for Hillary.

  14. KateD says:

    Perhaps we should do away with mail in ballots, except for military and diplomats. It’s lends itself too easily to fraud. Snowbirds can register in their winter states. And I know a lot of expats who would have to re arrange dates for visiting home in order to accommodate elections, but an airline ticket is a cheap price to pay for the privilege to participate in a free society.

    We might have very different results if the people who vote are the ones who actually live here and care enough to make it a priority to show up.

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