Since when did the United States of America become some Third World country rife with voting irregularities, aka fraud?
In election after election, Democrats committed plentiful voter fraud:
- In April 2011, ACORN pled guilty to voter registration fraud in Las Vegas in the 2008 elections.
- The signatures of dozens, if not hundreds, of northern Indiana residents were faked on petitions used to place Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on the ballot during the 2008 Indiana primary. The fake petition pages passed through the county voter registration office on days when the Republican head of the office was absent.
- In Wisconsin’s spring election on April 5, 2011, Florida SEIU organizer Clarence Haynes, along with two other out-of-state-SEIU organizers, voted using the address of a Residence Inn in Glendale.
In April 2011, a study found that one in seven counties in Illinois had more voters on the electoral rolls than the number of adult residents tallied by the U.S. Census.
More recently, there was alleged voter fraud in Iowa’s GOP caucuses on January 3. At a minimum, there were voting “irregularities” because weeks after Mitt Romney had been declared the winner (by a thin margin of 8 votes), the Iowa GOP announced that, oops, it turns out that Rick Santorum actually won, beating Romney by 34 votes.
Now, South Carolina’s attorney general has notified the U.S. Justice Department of potential voter fraud in the state’s past elections.
WTOC reports, January 21, 2012, that in a letter to U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles, dated Jan. 19, 2012, SC Attorney General Alan Wilson says an analysis by the Department of Motor Vehicles found 953 ballots cast by voters listed as dead. In 71% of those cases, ballots were cast between 2 to 76 months after the people had died. That means the dead people managed to “vote” up to 6 1/3 years after their death.
Hmmm. I wonder if the dead also voted in the recent GOP primary in South Carolina?