Posted by By GeorgeM at 8 November, at 19 : 55 PM
The web is awash with articles claiming that voter fraud is so rare as to be negligible. Yet these articles appear almost exclusively in leftwing publications like Mother Jones, and the main argument is that there have only been about 10 cases tried and found guilty of it.
However, as the Examiner article and many others show, the stats on voting numbers do not support the number of eligible voters who supposedly show up at the polls. In fact they occasionally exceed the population of the precincts.
So why aren’t they prosecuted?
Judging by the fact that it is Democrat publications that do all the denying, it should be clear that the fraud is happening in Democrat-controlled areas, where the notion of requiring voter ID is fought tooth and nail — even though these areas require documentation to apply for licenses of all kinds or for government jobs.
Clearly, the Dems are covering something up.
The only question is how extensive is the fraud and is it enough to sway an election?
If the extent were known, we might find Romney having garnered more votes than Barack this last election.
But you know what your chances are of getting accurate documentation from the people who have successfully sequestered the birth certificate for 4 years despite overwhelming evidence that the copies shown to the pubic are certifiably fake.
Ballot News Blog, Uncategorized, Washington, D.C.