If you want to see someone on the progressive left blow a gasket, talk about voter fraud. They will all tell you that it doesn’t exist or it’s so small it’s immeasurable. I say they can’t see the forest for the trees!
The hard part about voter fraud is, you have to prove the person knew what they were doing was illegal. Imagine hearing this at the poll:
Poll worker: Hello, your name?
Fraudulent voter: John Smith.
Poll Worker: Sign here Mr. Smith and I’ll give you your ballot.
Poll Worker: Sir, do you know if you are NOT Mr. Smith and you are voting for him it’s a federal offense punishable by fines and jail time?
Mr Smith: Yes, Mr. Poll Worker, and I assure you I’m Mr. Smith.
Please!!!! Have you ever heard this at the polls? Never!
One state assembly person voted 19 times, and yes, she finally got caught. She tried to say that she didn’t remember voting (18 extra times?)
In Florida, major cases of voter fraud go back to 1984 when it became so bad that it was hard to miss. According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, types of voter fraud included:
- Someone voting on behalf of someone else.
• Purchasing or selling absentee ballots or someone’s vote.
• Non-city residents voting in municipal elections.
• Changing of ballots.
• Voting by absentee ballots under the name of deceased persons.
• Voting in the election by non-U.S. citizens.
• False statements or information being provided with regard to address information or changes of addresses on voter registrations.
• Possible use of certain addresses within the City limits as the “new address” for persons not residing within the City; done with the apparent sole purpose of permitting voting in the municipal election.
Andrew Ladanowski, owner of a computer software company, suspected Florida’s Division of Elections wasn’t really verifying any information.
There were over 700 voter ID cards in Florida that seemed to have been duplicated. He verified his suspicions by dong a quick analysis of Miami-Dade’s voting systems where, it turned out, there were 44 voter ID’s issued to the same person. Elections officials admit 42 of those 44 were duplicates. But what I want to know is, can’t the computer systems find these issues? Can’t we divert some of the millions of dollars wasted on the Obamacare site (or any one of the hundreds of other government programs wasting good tax money) to cleaning up voter registrations?
When finished he found over 762 Florida voters have more than one county-issued voter ID card. Some are registered with the same address, and others are registered in different counties. And a computer can’t flag this information, why?
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