a reply to: xuenchen
If you type in voter fraud in a search engine it may surprise some people just how bad it has gotten.
All total, 35,750 voters with matching first and last names and dates of birth were registered in North Carolina and another state, and voted in both
states in the 2012 general election. Another 765 voters with an exact match of first and last name, date of birth and last four Social Security digits
were registered and voted in the 2012 general election.
Twenty-eight states participated in the crosscheck, leaving missing data from the remaining 22 other states.
So what we have here is at least 81 dead individuals voting from the grave, and more than 35,000 individuals voting in at least two states in the
2012 general election. And it is important to note that Barack Obama carried North Carolina by fewer than 15,000 votes in the 2008 general
Additionally, a local Florida reporter took it upon himself to ferret out voter fraud by cross-referencing the state’s voter rolls with jury duty
cards on which people declined to check the box to serve due to their non-citizen status. This NBC correspondent discovered nearly 100 ineligible
voters in his county alone, of which several admitted on camera that they 1) were not U.S. citizens, and 2) voted in U.S. elections. One woman was
quoted as boasting, “I vote every year.”
Again, it is no surprise that voter fraud continues to run rampant in this country with a Justice Department unwilling, and it would appear for
political reasons, to seriously investigate such cases. Rather, they spend their time and taxpayer dollars suing states with voter ID laws on the
To the Op: Republicans are raciest (you bought that hook, line, sinker and all!) Look up West Virginia's Democratic United States Senator Robert C.
Byrd..... You might also want to look up who started the KKK... hint it wasn't republicans/////
The [Ku Klux] Klan was a military force serving the interests of the Democratic Party, the planter class, and all those who desired the restoration of
white supremacy. Its purposes were political in the broadest sense, for it sought to affect power relations, both public and private, throughout
Southern society. It aimed to destroy the Republican Party’s infrastructure, undermine the Reconstruction state, re-establish control of the black
labor force and restore racial subordination in every aspect of Southern Life.” Today, it not only has “control of the black labor force,” it
has control over the black vote – the very vote it sought to deny for most of those 130 years after the War Between the States.
Now they are working on doing the same thing with the Spanish vote only using different tactics...
Again the history is there all one has to do is look.
There is book written by Eric Foner, author of “A Short History of Reconstruction.” which covers much of our past political history and the way
things got started for us to arrive at where we are today.
Both parties misdirect and play with the truth to benefit their own endeavors... Don't fall for it