We’ve seen hundreds of reported cases of voter fraud in the 2008, 2010, and 2012 elections. Thousands of dead people have voted in these elections along with some pets and who knows how many thousands of illegal aliens. We’ve numerous cases where voting machines automatically turned Republican votes into Democratic votes. There were even cases of physical threats being made to voters outside polling places by members of the New Black Panthers, but Eric Holder refused to prosecute them.
Republicans kept trying to pass laws to eliminate as much voter fraud as possible but Democrats kept blocking them. When the GOP did pass laws like requiring voter IDs, Eric Holder and Justice Department declared them to be racially discriminatory and thus illegal.
Last year, Democrats in Ohio tried to pass a law that eliminated the requirement of having a permanent address in order to register to vote. This would have allowed anyone to have registered anywhere, possibly in more than one county. Fortunately, the bill was never passed.
Democrats in Colorado are now working hard to make the state a central hub for voter fraud. After taking extreme measures to pass numerous anti-Second Amendment laws, they now propose to allow people to register to vote up to and on election days.
State Rep. Dan Pabon (D-Denver) said that he is sponsoring a large piece of legislation to revamp Colorado’s election system at the request of the Colorado County Clerks Association. Part of that legislation would allow voters to register up to and including the day of election.
By itself, it may not sound that bad, but considering the fact that it has been revealed that people can register to vote without any form of ID, this poses a huge opportunity for voter fraud on a statewide scale. Watch the video of Brandon Morse of Revealing Politics who was able to register to vote on the spot without providing any form of ID.
If Pabon gets his legislation passed allowing anyone to register the day of election, just think about what could happen. As we saw in the video that you don’t need ID to register, anyone wanting to commit voter fraud could go from precinct to precinct to precinct all day long, registering and voting under false names. One hundred people, could theoretically cast between 1,000 to 1,500 votes for the candidate(s) of their choice. In many elections, this is enough to secure the outcome of an election for anyone with enough connections or money to make it happen. Expand that further to 1,000 corrupt people who could cast between 10,000 and 15,000 votes for someone like their Democratic governor or presidential candidate.
The possibilities of voter fraud would be endless in this Democratically controlled state, but I guess that shouldn’t surprise us. If they can’t win fairly, they’ll stoop to whatever measures possible to secure their victories at the polls so they can continue their socialist agendas.