Friday, October 24, 2014

Democrat Election Fraud Already Underway, UPDATED

One reason Election Day has become Election Month in some states is to give Democrats more opportunity to commit election fraud.  And given that almost three-quarters of statewide races with margins of under 1% have been won by Democrats since 1998, it appears election fraud is one thing Democrats can do very well.

And, sure enough, election fraud is already underway in Illinois, where the sitting Democrat Guv happens to be in trouble.  A Republican candidate for state representative, Jim Moynihan, while early voting found that the machine kept casting his Republican votes for Democrats. 

Everyone was very gracious all around and supposedly fixed the problem.  But how many GOP votes were cast for Democrats before the problem was discovered?

But Cook County is right on it.  Yes, sir:

Cook County Board of Elections Deputy Communications Director Jim Scalzitti, told Illinois Watchdog, the machine was taken out of service and tested.

“This was a calibration error of the touch-screen on the machine,” Scalzitti said. “When Mr. Moynihan used the touch-screen, it improperly assigned his votes due to improper calibration.”

Ah.  Well I’m sure it was an *honest* “calibration error.”

Democrat election fraud is also surely way under in North Carolina to re-elect Demorat Kay Hagan.  Illegal aliens have already helped out by registering to vote there.

But a state that may outdo them all on election fraud this year is Colorado.  Both Democrat Senator Mark Uterus Udall and the gun-grabbing Democrat Governor John Hickenlooper are in trouble.  And the Guv and his Demorat Legistature have changed the election laws so that they practically invite election fraud.  Mailing out ballots to everyone and same-day registration stand out.  It is safe to say that efforts to steal the election are well underway there.

One Coloradan, Sarah Hoyt, has just written with eloquent anger on what Democrats are doing to Colorado.  And she says what others, even yours truly, is hesitant to say:

Will we tolerate this?  For how long?  Why doesn’t anyone else realize that under the cover of seeming openness they’re making our votes mean nothing?

And why don’t the clever fools in the Democratic Party realize that when you block the ballot box, people will come at you another way?

True, the country has long reacted with remarkable peace after stolen elections, even after the stolen 2008 Senate race in Minnesota that “elected” Al Franken and ended up giving Obamacare the needed 60th vote.  (By the way, Minnesota, are you really going to re-elect that fraudulent turd?)

But it is presumption for Democrats to think they can keep stealing elections with little price to pay, especially when their fraud furthers tyranny.  And that’s probably all I should say . . . for now.

Hoyt has a simple but to the point remedy for the present:

I’m not calling for revolution.  I’m hoping very much we can avoid it.  I’m exhorting those of you in CO and similarly blinkered states to vote and to vote Republican . . . while we can still turn these election rules around.  And do it before they become cemented in place. Even if we have to hold the squishy Republicans’ feet to the fire.

Now I am not thrilled with the Republican Party.  And I have voted third-party on occasion and will do so again.  But Hoyt is right.  For all their faults, most Republican officials seek to further the integrity of elections through Voter ID and other measures, and they oppose fraud enabling such as same-day registration.

And we must have legitimate elections.  The current toxic mixture of tyranny and stolen elections cannot be allowed to continue if we wish to continue as a nation with a semblance of freedom and the rule of law.

MORE: Deroy Murdock gives an idea on how massive election fraud is likely to be in Colorado due to mail-in ballots.

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