Democrats will shrilly screech that vote fraud doesn’t exist.
Whatever. Humor us. Allow us to impose photo ID just as Costco does for those seeking to enter their stores and just as Wawa does for those seeking to buy cigarettes.
Allow poll watchers to cross county lines. What could ever possibly be the reason to oppose this? Hmm? There must be one because you shrilly screeched when it was requested last fall and stopped it from happening.
Vote fraud obviously happens and the reason why rather mild commonsense attempts to minimize it are shouted down is because those doing the shouting want it to continue.
For Pete’s sake, you need a photo ID to get into Costco.
With that said, we have concluded that photo ID is not the best hill upon which to fight.
A better one here in the Keystone State would be to giving poll watchers state-wide access rather than be restricted to the county in which they live. For some reasons, Democrats — especially those in Philly — are opposed to this mild reform just as they were to photo ID.
And for those sneering at Spicer and Trump, remember when Jill Stein got a recount to challenge Trump’s win in Michigan? The recount was stopped two days after it started only after major, almost laughable, irregularities were found in Detroit, which overwhelmingly supported Clinton.
Detroit Vote Fraud Indication — Detroit News reports that a third of Detroit precincts registered more votes than people who voted.
This is a pretty good indication of vote fraud.
Donald Trump won Michigan by 10,704 votes or about .2 percent. The revelation regarding the Motor City — which overwhelmingly went for Hillary Clinton as big cities are wont — means that Trump’s margin of victory was likely much higher.
Considering the obvious voting by those here illegally, and reports of major vote fraud in Nevada – a state that Trump lost where he was actually ahead in the polls — cleaning up our election system must be a priority now that Republicans are holding the reins in most places.
In Pennsylvania, poll watchers should be certified on a state-wide basis and allowed access to any precinct of their choosing, which is not the case now.
Massive Nevada Voter Fraud –Donald Trump lost Nevada, Nov. 8, by 26,434 votes. Maybe he didn’t lose it at all.
Newsmax is reporting the U.S. Postal Service certified returned mail from 9,200 persons on the voter roll in State Assembly District 15 which is Clark County. The votes cast in the district were 17,086.
Many of returned names belonged to deceased persons or of celebrities like Edward Snowden who obviously did not live in the district.
The investigation was initiated by Republican Assembly candidate Stan Vaughan who lost his race by 6,942 votes, an ostensible landslide, unless, of course, there were 9,000 fraudulent votes for his opponent in which case Vaughan would have won.
Vaughn said a sample of 200 of the returned names showed that 185 had indeed voted.
Further Vaughan said many including himself was prohibited from voting because the poll worker claimed that he had already did.
Clark County has 42 State Assembly districts most of which were won by Democrats. If there were 9,000 bad votes cast in just one and the Republican candidates themselves were kept from voting, we can add another state to the Trump win column.
Half of FieldWorks Voter Applications May Be Bad — Thousands of Delaware County, Pa. voter registration forms filed by a Democratic electioneering organization may be illegitimate, Delaware County Republican leaders said at a press conference, today, Nov. 3 at the Delaware County Government Center in Media.
“Of the 7,000 (forms) that were jammed down the throats of the commission here, it is estimated that 3,500 have some sort of infirmity,” Congressman Pat Meehan (R-Pa7) said.
Meehan said these infirmities include fraudulent information and filing after the Oct. 11 deadline. He noted that 52 applicants registered at addresses that don’t exist. He said one apparent voter appeared to be registered nine times at five different addresses.
Meehan, who was joined by Springfield Republican Chairman Mike Puppio and county GOP Chairman Andy Reilly, also questioned why so many of the registration forms purportedly collected from Delaware County voters were filed to the state, not at local offices.
“At the last second, literally thousands of these applications were not sent to Delaware County and the commission, they were sent to the state to circumvent the requirements,” he said. “Why would someone from Norwood drive to Harrisburg … and deliver them there rather than coming right up the street and deliver them in Delaware County?”
Meehan said it was deliberately done “to gum up the works and make it more difficult for those commissioners to oversee” if they were legitimate.
The Delaware County Voter Registration Commission – a bi-partisan board – will hold a hearing Friday to determine whether the forms were timely submitted. An ongoing review by election officials has revealed problems with hundreds of applications, from addresses that don’t exist to Social Security numbers or driver’s license numbers that don’t match.
FieldWorks clients consist of Democrat and other extreme, power-driven leftist organizations.
Vote Fraud Real — A hip, edgy Hillary supporter has been caught filing voter registration applications for dead people in Virginia.
Andrew Spieles, a James Madison University student working for HarrisonburgVotes, has admitted to submitting 19 applications of dead individuals, according to AmericanMilitaryNews.com.
HarrisonburgVotes is a Democrat-affiliated group. Spieles, of course, is a member of that noble party.
A clerk was double-checking the entries of registered voters in the Shenandoah Valley city of Harrisonburg and recognized the name Richard Allen Claybrook Sr., who was a retired elementary school principle and World War II veteran. He had died in 2014 at the age of 87.
It appears that Spieles is not facing any charges. Since he was caught, however, he was fired by HarrisonburgVotes according to reports.
Bob Small sent me a note regarding comments made by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee this morning (Nov. 29) on CNN’s “State of the Union” concerning Friday’s shootings at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.
“What he did is domestic terrorism, and what he did is absolutely abominable, especially to us in the pro-life movement, because there’s nothing about any of us that would condone or in any way look the other way on something like this,” Huckabee said.
Megadittos Governor. No decent person can defend this sickness.
We are still not quite willing to give the incident the T label until more information comes out as we may find that the shooter, 57-year-old Richard Dear, might fall into the “I hear voices” category rather than someone with a religious or political agenda.
It has been learned to the dismay of some that Dear, an ugly bearded man, identified himself as a woman on his voter registration form and did not affiliate with a political party.
He also has a long history of violence and petty violations.
It seems wiser to have the taxonomy of evil categorize “terrorism” as something requiring more planning than whim else just about every act of violence could be labeled such.
Regardless, Dear is scum and as he was taken alive we will soon learn his motives and the amount of thought he put into the attack.
And here’s a quite inappropriate but rather important question for those of us concerned about the integrity of the voting process to ask: Was Dear, who identified himself as a female voter, allowed to vote?
Jack Evans of Norwood, Richard Womack of Darby Township, and Christine Reuther of Wallingford were removed from the Delaware County Council (Pa) Democrat primary ballot for failing to file the proper report with the proper bureaucrat.
Common Pleas Court Judge James Proud said because of that “no ballot for you”.
Proud cited the infamous Bob Guzzardi ruling handed down May 20 in which the state Supreme Court ruled that Guzzardi could not appear on last spring’s Republican gubernatorial primary ballot because his paperwork was not perfect.
What the Democrats did was a technical mistake. As they are accused of neither acquiring enough signatures nor presenting false ones, it is obvious that enough people want them on the ballot for there to be an election.
As they filed statements of financial interest publicly, they obviously were not trying to avoid scrutiny.
The proper recourse would have been for Proud to tell Evans et al to file the documents correctly and in the case of Evans to sign it and get it notarized. The only deadline that should be immutable is the presentation of signatures. Technical stuff should always take a backseat to democracy.
Delaware County Daily Times editor Phil Heron, however, notes that only 250 write-in signatures are needed for them to get on the ballot. You don’t think there are 250 Democrats in this county willing to do that? You don’t think this is going to make the Democrats more motivated and not less, and nominal Republicans more suspicious of those now holding power hence sympathetic to the Dems.
Bob Guzzardi did not have a prayer of beating Tom Corbett last spring. Because Corbett played dirty, though, he burned all his bridges with the anti-corruption activists supporting Guzzardi and went from having a tiny, smidgen of a chance to win the general to none.
Vote fraud is bad and must be punished severely. Technical errors are not vote fraud. It’s sickly ironic that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court which shot down a sensible photo voter ID law upholds these banana republic games.
For the record, County Democratic Party Chairman David Landau has vowed to appeal to the higher courts.
Vince Rongione, who was the Democrat’s candidate in the Pennsylvania 163 District State House race last fall, has accepted a plea deal on charges related to voter fraud, according to a press release sent by the Delaware County Republican Party.
Rongione surrendered himself to arrest, Feb. 18, waived his preliminary hearing, and was admitted to the Accelerated Rehabilitation Program for first time offenders. It was part of a deal his attorney arranged with a special prosecutor. According to news reports, under the terms of the deal Rongione must complete community service, serve six months of probation, and pay a fine for his actions.
Delaware County GOP Chairman Andy Reilly called the plea and sentence “vindication”.
“We always maintained that in pursuing his candidacy, Vince Rongione committed voter fraud and signed election documents that he knew to be false,” said Reilly. “This is vindication of our complaints that Rongione knowingly and deliberately violated the Pennsylvania Constitution and election law by attempting to establish a bogus residency. Despite this clear violation of the law, Rongione received the fervent and ardent support of the Delaware County Democratic Party in this deception of Delaware County voters.”
The 163rd seat had been vacated by Republican Nick Micozzie after decades of service and the Dems had high hopes they could snatch it. On Election Night the hopes came to naught despite the cheating as Jamie Santora beat Rongione 11,362 to 9,963 (unofficially).
USAToday on Sunday (Nov.2) published an article by former Attorney General Edwin Meese and former Ohio Secretary of State and Cincinnati Mayor J. Kenneth Blackwell in which they explain how to end vote fraud.