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Quick dirty review of 2012 election fraud

December 22, 2012

[J.P.'s Moment of Common Sense on Broad View, KBZZ 1270 AM and 96.1 FM in Reno. Listen live Saturdays at 2:00 PM Pacific Time.]

It’s forty six days past Election Day and we’re starting to get a feel for how much cheating, fraud, and dirty trickery there was in this year’s election. As expected, it was pretty bad.

Absentee ballots are a big part of the problem, which even the New York Times admits. The absentee ballot system is so easy to game, Project Veritas went around the country filming themselves getting absentee ballots in phony names. They even managed to get an absentee ballot from the District of Columbia in the name of Eric Holder.

People were caught red-handed forging absentee ballots in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Montana, and Tennessee. In other cases, people who voted early by absentee ballot voted again in person on Election Day. Sometimes people get absentee ballots from multiple precincts. In North Carolina a man bragged on Facebook about casting five different absentee ballots, so that’s one guy who got caught. It’s pretty stupid to brag on Facebook about committing a crime, so I’m guessing he’s an Obama supporter.

In Ohio, an NAACP official was caught delivering dozens of absentee ballots to the board of elections, which is illegal. Every election, across the country, Democrats are caught with piles of absentee ballots. They can’t seem to accept the simple common-sense fact that it’s illegal for one person to possess more than one absentee ballot. Back in 2008, also in Ohio, somebody got tired of filling out fraudulent absentee ballots and dumped 70 of them back at the county building with no signatures. They were all filled out in favor of Democrats, but unfortunately they were unsigned so they couldn’t use them.

What does it say about our country when even the crooks are too lazy to get their work done?

Many times absentee ballot fraud is discovered when voters try to vote on Election Day and discover that somebody already voted in their name by absentee ballot. In case you’re wondering how such a thing can happen, Democrat Rep. Jim Moran’s son (and campaign manager) was caught on tape helpfully explaining how to do it. That was embarrassing, even for a Democrat. The poor schmuck was forced to resign... but I’m sure Daddy will rehire him as soon as the smoke clears.

Regular visitors to know I’ve been preaching for years about how dysfunctional and crooked our election process is. How bad is it? The Heritage Foundation studied the 1982 election and calculated the Daley political machine in Chicago manufactured 100,000 votes, and the study noted the same techniques being used in Wisconsin, Philadelphia, and Tennessee.

JPAttitude has sixty pages of documented election fraud by the Democrat Party stretching back decades. I wrote a column expressing my not-so-humble opinion that the Democrat Party is indistinguishable from an organized crime syndicate, and I’ve detailed how the 60-40 Senate vote that inflicted Obamacare comprised twelve Democrat senators who shouldn’t have been in the senate. Switch those twelve invalid senators to the Republican side and Obamacare doesn’t come close to passing.

Before this year’s election, a radical-left so-called think tank released a study purporting to show that voter fraud as rare and insignificant. The Brennan Center is funded by people like George Soros and their “study” was quickly dismissed by real scholars, but Democrats and their cooperative zombie slaves in the media have been trumpeting that doggone study ever since. If you Google the phrase, “voter fraud is rare” you’ll get about four million results with the Brennan Center at the top. Here’s what you need to know: they used a narrow definition of what constitutes election fraud, they compiled their numbers by mailing surveys to prosecutors, and they assumed that guilty verdicts were an adequate measure of election fraud.

Think about that for a second: are convictions ever an adequate measure of crime? We have very good data for marijuana use. The data says there is one marijuana arrest for every 12,000 joints smoked. Marijuana possession is a very easy thing to prove compared to voter fraud, so if marijuana use is 12,000 times higher than the arrest rate, which in turn is higher than the conviction rate, the rate of election fraud has to be at least 12,000 times higher than what the Brennan Center claims.

Election fraud this year was dizzying in its variety and complexity. In Detroit and Philadelphia Republican poll watchers were physically threatened and removed. In Nevada Democrats registered illegal aliens and threatened them if they didn’t vote. In Illinois election judges were caught tampering with ballot boxes during off hours. In North Carolina, where dead people and 150-year-olds routinely vote in Democrat counties, they rounded up busloads of mentally incompetent group home residents and brought them to the polls and showed them how to vote for Democrats. In Houston the NAACP goes into the voting booth with voters to make sure they vote for Democrats. A similar thing happened in New York where a Korean interpreter thought part of his duty was to show Koreans how to vote straight-party Democrat, and in Ohio were busloads of Somalians were brought to the polls and “helped” by Democrats.

The president, in both 2008 and 2012, consciously and purposely raised campaign funds from foreigners, which is against the law; the Federal Election Commission is investigating but don’t hold your breath... the president is their boss after all. The president’s foreign contributions came in so handy other Democrats started doing it this year, including Nancy Pelosi and Massachusetts’ new Cherokee senator, Elizabeth Warren.

Oh yeah, here in Michigan, they made last minute adjustments to let somebody – we don’t know who – communicate with ballot boxes wirelessly. Is that scary or what?

The United Nations sent a team of election supervisors to watch our election process for the first time this year and they couldn’t believe how poorly our elections are run. Specifically, they couldn’t believe we let people vote without showing any sort of ID. For once the U.N. is right.

That's... today’s dose of common sense.

"The newspaper has debauched the American until he is a slavish, simpering, and angerless citizen; it has taught him to be a lump mass-man toward fraud, simony, murder, and lunacies more vile than those of Commodus or Caracalla." – Edward Dahlberg

"A low voter turnout is an indication of fewer people going to the polls." – Al Gore

From Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA       

December 22, 2012 - I'm in my sixties and my whole life it's been common knowledge that Democrats cheat the election process. Nothing will ever be done because the cheating creates the success of the cheaters who then make sure their ability to cheat is maintained. It's reverse evolution. Our election process slowly pushes the least capable and most immoral into office. – Johnny Blue, Nevada

December 22, 2012 - One would have thought that our (conservatives') so-called "representatives" in the House and our senators would make some sort of inquiry into the obvious fraud occurring in Philly (100% for Obama? A physical impossibility for ANY candidate) in what, 37 districts, the fact that an almost 50-50 Ohio "somehow" ended up homogeneously Obama and numerous others complained of Romney votes highlighting as Obama votes on machines in other places, but Noooooo, not a peep from the GOP on any of that. Of course, even between Jan 2001 and Jan 2006, when we not only had a Republican POTUS but also GOP majorities in both the House and Senate, we still seemed to be moving steadily to the left. I fear that we no longer have any steadfast conservative representation in Washington, just a lot of saber rattling RINOs in it for themselves. – Mrs Wolf, New York
J.P. replies: I have a visceral contempt for John Boehner that is very similar to the feelings I have for the president. When I read about the two of them having private one-on-one meetings to decide my future... well, it's hard to accept. You're absolutely correct, we have no conservative representation in Washington.

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