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Grand Theft Democracy, Part Six

5 November 2010

The voting is over, but the counting and recounting are still ongoing in some areas. The results of the election were pretty much what I had expected, but far from what I had hoped. Anyway, here’s yet another collection of stories about vote fraud

California: In San Francisco, a poll worker stole up to seventy-five ballots, along with some other sundry items. Meanwhile, one hundred and fifty thousand votes have been “found” in a district in which Republican challenger Andy Vidak had won by a 2% margin. This is why beating the margin of error isn’t enough; Republicans have to beat the margin of fraud.

Connecticut: The chairman of the Connecticut Republicans has filed a complaint with state election officials, saying it was illegal for voters in Bridgeport to use photocopied ballots. Furthermore, a bag of uncounted ballots was “found” in Bridgeport, adding to the controversy in the Gubernatorial race where neither candidate has yet conceded defeat. (Added: more bungling in Bridgeport.)

Illinois: Add Jan Schakowsky (D-IL9) to the list of candidates who were illegally electioneering inside polling places.

Massachusetts: Perhaps Kitty Dukakis belongs on the list of wives who were illegally electioneering inside polling places.

Minnesota: Previously reported allegations of voter fraud involving the mentally disabled are being investigated. The games and recounts have already begun in the Gubernatorial race; the process will be overseen by Minnesota’s Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, whose office supervised the infamous Franken-Coleman recount of 2008.

Missouri: Republican Ed Martin is demanding an investigation of possible voter fraud after his 2% margin loss to Russ Carnahan (D-MO3), citing “a mathematically implausible midnight surge of thousands of votes from a handful of precincts.” Members of the St. Louis Tea Party gathered to protest.

Nevada: Apparently, Harry Reid’s campaign coordinated with the unions and casinos which pressured their employees/members to vote for the Senator. He worked hard for that title, so don’t call him “ma’am”.

Ohio: A Massillon poll worker’s car was stolen with poll materials inside. Like some of the other links in this series, this isn’t necessarily related to voter fraud – but, when there are so many incidents…

Texas: The New Black Panthers broke the law at multiple polling places in Houston.


Grand Theft Democracy, Part Five

2 November 2010

The Republican Party has set up a Hotline for election day, 1-888-775-8117, which will be staffed by attorneys, to handle polling issues and possible voter fraud or intimidation. (H/T: 2.0)

Here’s the last post in this series as Election Day begins. I may update it as the day goes by. However, keep in mind that there is doubtlessly going to be even more fraud involved in the process of counting votes as there was in the process of casting them. That’s how we got Senator Al Franken and almost got President Al Gore, after all.

Alaska: More information on why the court’s decision to toss aside established regulations to help Lisa Murkowertz’ write-in spite campaign violated both state and federal laws.

California: Teenagers are going to voters’ homes trying to collect ballots, which is illegal. “[T]wo individuals who said [they] were sent by their boss to pick up voted or un-voted vote-by-mail ballots,” but wouldn’t identify themselves, “their boss”, or what organization they were working for.

Delaware: The Democrats are desperately trying to make sure Christine O’Donnell (R) loses her Senate race (there have been visits by Obama and Biden to support her opponent Coons). A local TV station managed to “forget” to run a pair of thirty-minute ads which O’Donnell’s campaign had paid for as a last-minute push on the weekend before the election.

Maine: I don’t know if this qualifies as discrimination against a law enforcement officer who might have been presumed to vote Republican or just simple hoplophobia, but in Bangor a uniformed policeman was turned away from a polling place because he refused to relinquish his gun. The election warden who did so was dismissed, and his claim that “state law” was on his side was completely false.

Minnesota: In Brainerd, “mentally disadvantaged individuals were brought into the County Courthouse to cast absentee ballots” – or, to be more precise, they were being brought in so that Democrat votes could be cast on their behalf. They were told who to vote for, or “their” votes were cast for them. (H/T: New Class Traitor) I’m not surprised; this sort of thing happens at every election, so I was expecting to see stories like this pop up. Also in Minnesota, there are allegations of felons voting illegally. Everybody, but everybody (excepting the active military overseas but including astronauts in space) get to vote!

Missouri: In Kansas City, dead people (including a former Governor) are registered to vote.

Texas: In Houston, poll workers are casting votes on the behalf of voters.

Nevada: The Harrah’s casino chain is pressuring their employees to vote for Harry Reid… This despite Reid, Obama, and the rest of the Democrats destroying the Las Vegas economy and inflicting unemployment on the state much higher than the already disgraceful national average.

Pennsylvania: The New Black Panther Party is back at the scene of the unprosecuted crime in Philadelphia – where they committed voter intimidation back in 2008.

Washington: Both parties are ready for the inevitable recounts in the Murray-Rossi race. The GOP isn’t going to be blindly fleeced this time by magical disappearing/reappearing ballots, as indicated by the name of their new site

Last month, [FOX’s Bill] O’Reilly implied that corrupt vote-counting in King County and Chicago’s Cook County required a GOP candidate to “win by four or five” points in order to “win by two.” “I know how they go and it’s not honest,” O’Reilly said.


Grand Theft Democracy, Part Four

31 October 2010

We’re up to part four, and we haven’t even hit November yet. You may want to look back at the previous posts in this series, since I went back and updated all of them multiple times before moving on to the next entry… so you may not have seen everything in there.

Colorado: Massive voter fraud is being perpetrated by the same SEIU-linked Mi Familia Vota organization that’s been caught filing thousands of bogus voter applications in Arizona.

Kansas: The issue of voter fraud, Kris Kobach (R) claims is widespread, was debated between the candidates for Secretary of State. It’s an important issue, given that the Secretary of State is the one who validates the election results for the state (which is why the George Soros-funded Secretary of State Project has been trying to get as many fraud-friendly Democrats into those offices nationwide as possible).

Maryland: Union members were threatened with punishment if they didn’t campaign for Democrats and work Election Day polls.

Massachusetts: Several types of voter fraud are being observed (H/T: HillBuzz); much of it benefiting state Attorney General Martha Coakley (D), the same woman who was trounced by Scott Brown for the seat formerly held by Ted Kennedy.

Minnesota: Anti-fraud groups sued over the ban on wearing “Please I.D. Me” buttons into polling places, given that “these buttons are not about any specific political candidate, party or ballot question” and therefore the ban “is outside state law and a clear violation of our First Amendment rights under the United States Constitution.”

Missouri: In fifteen counties there are more registered voters than there are people eighteen and older, according to the Census. (That’s up from 2008, when there were only twelve counties with greater than 100% voter registration.)


Grand Theft Democracy, Part Three

29 October 2010

The Department of Justice has sent out election monitors to eighteen states (none of which is Nevada)

Arizona: in Yuma County, the GOP has found that one in four last minute voter registration requests are bogus, which is on top of the “hundreds, if not thousands” of fake registrations already found.

California: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D) may have violated campaign finance laws by making threats against left-wing groups if they didn’t spend more money and go on the air more in defense of the indefensible Democrats.

Maryland: A federal court ruled that “it is a violation of a soldier’s constitutional rights to not receive his complete ballot on time. The court ruled that the John Doe officer stationed in Iraq had standing to sue based on deprivations of their constitutional rights. … This means that military members need not wait on the bureaucrats in Washington, DC, at the Justice Department to sue.” This is, of course, a good thing because we know that the current DOJ have absolutely no intention whatsoever of protecting the military’s right to vote. (H/T: C2)

Minnesota: The audience laughed out loud when Rep. Betty McCollum (D) claimed during a debate that there wasn’t a problem with voter fraud in this country. Well, I’m sure she doesn’t have a problem with it, since so far it’s all being done by her party.

Nevada: Clark County Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax said Wednesday that “he has ‘reconciled’ five discrepancies in early voting alleged by Republicans this week. [Five? Is that all? -RM] But Lomax, appearing at a news conference called by Secretary of State Ross Miller to calm fears of voting irregularities, would not say how he has cleared up the discrepancies. … ‘This kind of feeding frenzy we’re experiencing right now I think is unjustified,’ Lomax said. ‘I can see where the flames are getting fanned by certain people.’ ”

North Carolina: The GOP is suing the State Board of Elections, “alleging that touch-screen machines are thwarting efforts by voters to cast Republican ballots.” It’s nice to see the GOP fighting this; the way they’ve rolled over recently letting Al Franken and others cheat their way into office has only emboldened the Democrats. Lawyers are like nuclear weapons: we all hate ’em, but as long as the other side has ’em, we need ’em too. (H/T: C2)

Texas: The New Black Panthers have announced that they will be acting as poll watchers in Houston. What could possibly go wrong?

Utah: voting machines were left unattended overnight in an office building lobby.

Virginia: Democrats in Arlington have to be reminded yet again that giving anything to people in exchange for voting is illegal. Yes, even beer.

Grand Theft Democracy, Part Two

29 October 2010

Alaska: The state Supreme Court blocked a lower court’s ruling and rewrote the state’s election rules at the eleventh hour in order to help write-in candidate Lisa Murkiewhatsit split the Republican vote.

California: Call-Me-Senator Barbara Boxer (D) “encouraged Los Angeles teachers to offer their students extra credit if they volunteer for her campaign”; this is, of course, in violation of California law.

Nevada: Not only are unions busing their members into the polls to make sure that they vote, they’re watching them as they vote to make sure that they vote democratic. (H/T: Ace of Spades) An attorney for Sharon Angle (R) has accused Senator Harry Reid (D) of trying to steal the election.

Pennsylvania: The Bucks County Board of Elections is holding a hearing today to consider Republican-backed allegations of absentee-voter fraud against Democrats.

Republicans are asking that all absentee ballots be preserved unopened until an investigation is conducted. District Attorney David Heckler has opened an investigation, but says his focus for now is preserving the evidence until after the election. Board of Elections Director Deena Dean said her office was inundated last week with more than 100 calls from voters saying they were confused about a Democratic mailing they had received. The mailing, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Democratic State Committee, told recipients that their “participation in the forthcoming election may be placed in jeopardy” if they did not return an enclosed application for an absentee ballot. Included was a postage-paid envelope, addressed to a “Voter Assistance Office” at a post office box maintained by the Democrats in Bristol. … The Republican-backed petition accuses Democratic campaign workers of fraudulent activity. Some voters contend they were asked to sign applications on behalf of relatives. One woman said someone applied for a ballot in her name, even though she had tossed out her application when it arrived in the mail.

Texas: Eddie Bernice Johnson (D) was the only one on the ballot in a few locations in Dallas County. In another Texas district, challenger Fernando Herrera’s (R) name was missing from the ballot. Sheila Jackson Lee, fresh back from illegally campaigning and harassing people at polling places, has the supreme gall to ask the DOJ to go after the Tea Party monitors at the polls for voter intimidation – not because anyone with half a brain (which excludes Ms. Lee) believes the Tea Party are actually intimidating voters (unlike, say, the New Black Panther Party), but because they’re actually witnessing and reporting the illegal behavior perpetrated by leftists (up to and including Ms. Lee herself).

Wisconsin: the above billboard in Milwaukee was attacked by various leftist “community groups” because accusations of voter fraud were “intended to intimidate people from voting.” Common sense says that it would only intimidate people from voting illegally, something leftist “community groups” know all about, as they tried to get a bill rushed through the legislature in Wisconsin that appeared specifically designed to make such fraud easier for them.


Grand Theft Democracy, Part One

27 October 2010

Arizona: The state mandate requiring proof of citizenship in order to vote was struck down by the liberal Ninth Circuit Court just in time for the election. Massive voter fraud by an offshoot of SEIU (you’ll see a lot of them in this post) has also been uncovered.

Florida: Widespread abuse of absentee ballots was discovered when police raided Daytona Beach City Commissioner Derrick Henry’s office and seized his computer. He’s been arrested and is facing charges.

Illinois: Several states can’t be bothered to send absentee ballots out to our troops overseas in a timely manner, but Illinois adds insult to injury by hand-delivering ballots to prisoners (who are far more likely to vote with their colleagues in the Democrat party than the military are). In addition, mail-in ballots are being sent directly to and handled by the Illinois Democratic Coordinated Campaign. Finally, add to the number of Democrats illegally campaigning within the bounds of a polling place: Michelle Obama, the First Beard.

Nevada: In Clark County, the ballots on the voting machines have Harry Reid’s name pre-selected by default. The voting machine technicians there just happen to be represented by hyperpartisan SEIU, and the Chairman of the Clark County Commission just happens to be Harry Reid’s son Rory (who’s also running for Governor). It’s also illegal to buy votes with money or goods, but that’s not stopping Harry Reid! (Didn’t stop Michael Moore either.)

New Jersey: A top union official was caught on tape discussing voter fraud. These people are unprosecuted and still running things.

New York: In Troy, DNA is being collected from Democrats on the city council to prove voter fraud.

North Carolina: In Craven County, multiple people who voted for a straight Republican ticket on the voting machines had their ballots showing up as straight Democratic votes. Also, in Havelock, the machines were only showing 250 ballots cast even though four hundred people had signed in to vote. I can only speculate on which ballots are being lost, but so far most of these “isolated” “irregularities” seem to be coincidentally favoring Democrats, a statistical impossibility if mere malfunction or chance were involved.

Pennsylvania: In Bucks County, Democratic Congressman Patrick Murphy’s campaign has been allegedly linked to a scheme to flood the county voter registration office with fraudulent applications for absentee ballots. Murphy’s campaign manager mailed out absentee ballots with prepaid envelopes sending them to his personal P.O. box.

Texas: In Harris County, allegations of fraud and misconduct have already arisen at early voting, including illegal electioneering within 100 feet of the polls by SEIU, people told they “had no other choice to vote but straight Democrat”, and Republican voters turned away while Democrats are allowed to vote. One machine in Texas only allows votes for the Green Party.


Coming this Fall from the DOJ!

14 July 2010

White men can’t  jump  vote. Because if you refuse to prosecute or even acknowledge it, then you’re giving it your approval to continue. Which is almost certainly the point.