In the 2012 elections, there were a number of instances of voter fraud.
A Democratic poll worker in Cincinnati was convicted of voting twice for herself and then voting for a number of other people including a relative who had been dead for several years. There were numerous reported instances of voting machines that changed votes cast for Republicans, including Mitt Romney to Democrats and Barack Obama. Against all statistical odds, over 140 precincts in the Cleveland area had a combined total of only 10 votes for Romney, strongly suggesting more voting machine shenanigans taking place. There were instances caught on video of Democrats telling people how they could vote more than once. Then we also have the reports of dead people, pets, illegals and non-citizens voting in the primaries and most likely in the general election as well. And let’s not forget that many thousands of people were found to be registered to vote in more than one state.
Voter fraud is still alive and well in 2014 despite the liberal naysayers who claim it doesn’t happen and it makes no difference.
Already this year there have been reports of voting machines used in Illinois and Maryland during early voting that were programmed to automatically switch Republican votes to Democratic votes. Now there is an investigation being launched in North Carolina concerning Democratic campaign workers willing to help illegal aliens cast their ballots.
James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas caught one such Democratic campaign worker on video agreeing to help a supposed illegal vote. Using a hidden camera, a Project Veritas investigator asked the campaign worker:
“I’m here, I’m undocumented. But I can vote?”
The campaign worker responded:
When the video was made public, the North Carolina State Board of Elections launched an investigation into the allegations made by the video. Josh Lawson, a spokesman for the State Board of Elections said that they have asked Project Veritas for a full unedited video of the occurrence. He also commented:
“We have folks who are investigating it. We actually have one of our people going down to Charlotte today to look into this matter more fully.”
Lawson also stated that an internal state audit that compared voter registration records with databases from Homeland Security and the Department of Motor Vehicle revealed that over 1,400 non-citizens are registered to vote in North Carolina. At least 20 of those non-citizens have already cast early or absentee ballots and at least 226 of them have voted in precious elections.
Lawson went on to say:
“We’re looking today to finalize a guidance to the counties regarding a challenge procedure in the event that an individual flagged by the citizenship audit shows up to the polls. So we’re hoping to get that out to the counties later this afternoon.”
Many naysayers claim that the occurrence of voter fraud is so small that it makes no difference on the outcomes of the elections, but that’s not what others are saying. Joe Newby with Examiner.com reports:
“In late October, the Washington Post said that while a comparatively small number of these immigrants vote, the participation rate was sufficient to give the election to Democrats in some close races. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., for example, won in 2008 with only 312 votes. The Post also said it was possible that Obama won North Carolina as a result of votes by non-citizens.”
“It’s also not the first time North Carolina has been the subject of stories involving voter fraud. Earlier this year, we reported that a study provided evidence of massive fraud in the state in the 2012 election. The study found that 35,750 voters with the same first and last name and date of birth were registered in North Carolina and another state and voted in both states in 2012. The same year, one man reportedly bragged about voting multiple times for Barack Obama. In 2011, three North Carolina Democrats admitted voting for Barack Obama twice. Now, Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., is locked in a tight race with Republican state House Speaker Thom Tillis.”
Between illegal aliens, legal non-citizen immigrants, dead people, pets, casting multiple votes, voting in more than one state and voting machine tampering, voter fraud is bigger than the naysayers ever want to admit and have most likely affected the outcomes of some elections. This is why US Attorney General Eric Holder has fought so hard to repeal voter ID laws and states’ efforts to clean up their voter registration rolls. They rely on voter fraud to keep Obama’s friends, like Al Franken, in office.
When you vote today, make sure that your vote goes to the person you intend them to go to. If you see anything odd going on, notify the poll worker immediately along with the board of elections in your area and the media. The more instances of voter fraud and voting machine tampering reported the better.