Really? And what about Rachel Dolezal?
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How many elections will Democrats steal tomorrow? There are already reports (and video) of machines in Chicago and Baltimore that switch Republican votes to Democrat – even when the Republican candidates in question try to vote for themselves. These are of course “calibration errors”. In an era when we have devices in our pockets that can communicate around the world. There are also Democrats in Colorado posing as Republican election officials.
Meanwhile, O’Keefe has released videos showing Colorado’s Mark Udall supporters encouraging vote fraud, the ease with which fraudulent ballots can be obtained in North Carolina, and Democrats in North Carolina helping people obtain fraudulent ballots.
Even the Washington Post is realizing that Vote Fraud, far from being just a figment of Republicans’ imaginations, is a real and serious issue, with 14% of non-citizens claiming to be registered to vote, 6.4% likely having voted in 2008, and likely the races of Al Franken in Minnesota and Obama in North Carolina of 2008 having been decided by non-citizens. There is of course citizen-perpetrated vote fraud as well. And that is precisely the reason Eric Holder’s Justice Department spent so much time and energy fighting voter ID. In fact, just a random statistical trial of close races points to Democrat voter fraud, while massive non-citizen voting is being uncovered in Maryland and La Raza is distributing guides to where IDs aren’t needed for voting. And the Democrat examples of voter intimidation this year include a woman who was “intimidated” by the police officers finding out she’d been driving without an in-state license for more than the legally allowed time.
The real racism is that Democrats apparently don’t think minorities are as capable of obtaining voter IDs as white people.
The court has ruled in Franken’s favor. That gives the Senate Democrats a filibuster proof majority.
Nothing like getting dead people to vote for you, then tossing out your opponents ballots through legal challenges, right Al?
At this point, nobody knows who honestly one the election: most likely Coleman did, but there’s enough reasonable doubt that the only honest and fair thing to do would be to hold it again in some sort of runoff process. Regardless, this is a seat we positively know has been decided through fraud and deception. The basic math guarantees it. To every American voter out there: Are you feeling robbed? You should. And if you’re not and are instead rejoicing that Franken has won, you should also be feeling pretty dirty, because he did not win through a process even remotely approaching a fair election.