Thursday, May 12, 2005

No conspiracy here! Nope. None at all.

I’ve been castigated as paranoid about Democrat election fraud. But lookie here. There was massive election fraud in the past presidential election in Milwaukee, fraud certainly favoring the Democrats.

Hundreds of felons voted. Over a hundred people voted twice or used fake names and addresses to vote. Dead people voted, of course.

(But they’re weren’t 4600 more ballots than registered voters. That is an errant report as pointed out at the Captain’s Quarters. There were at least that many ballots that shouldn’t exist, nevertheless.)

A newspaper investigation found 1242 votes from fake addresses, including a baseball diamond, an alley, and a bridge.

Milwaukee is where the adult sons of Democrat leaders slashed the tires of Republican get-out-the-vote vans, by the way.

And that’s just what’s been found. What have investigators not found, however?

Investigators “did not uncover any proof of a plot to alter the outcome of the hotly contested presidential race in Wisconsin's largest city,” the story goes.

"There is not the evidence of an overriding conspiracy in all of this," U.S. Attorney Steven Biskupic said.


And prosecutors have not filed any charges. Hmmm, could those be . . . Democrat prosecutors? Oh, I’m sorry. I shouldn’t ask such questions.

Oh, not-so-by-the-way, Wisconsin allows same-day voter registration. And there was massive same day registration in the state in this election. And if you or your dead friend is already registered, you can just show up to vote without ID.

Let’s see . . . Hundreds of felons vote. Dead people vote. Democrooks People double vote. Democrooks People use fake names to vote. Over 1200 people use fake addresses to vote. Republican vans slashed by the Democrat version of “the family.” Not to mention lefty vans bringing in scores of ID-less Demobums voters. And all this and more in a state where Democrats have made it easy to cast a fraudulent ballot, a state where the presidential race just happened to be very close and narrowly won by Kerry.

Nope. No conspiracy here! You all go home. There’s nothing to see here. And don’t go check out other bloggers on this either!

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