Democrat business-as-usual can get you an orange jumpsuit

This is merely the latest in a long line of voter fraud cases associated with ACORN and company.

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4 responses to “Democrat business-as-usual can get you an orange jumpsuit

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    Dearest and I were brainstorming about ways the local GOP committee could try to suss out if this is happening in our area and also take steps to protect voters’ rights, since this Blue State is unlikely to pass any kind of voter i.d. law.

    One thought I had was to get a list of people who died in the past year, x-ref that with the voter rolls and deliver lists of dead voters to their polling places on election day. At least then the people signing voters in would have a heads up if someone tried to use a dead person’s identity.

    Another possibility we thought of was to call absentee voters a day or so before election day, ask if they’d received their ballots. If yes, had they been able to get them filled out and mailed on time or did they need help or a ride or something. If no, did they want one and could we help you get it or go to the polls. Later, xref the names and replies to see if there’s any evidence of what they found in Troy — i.e., people mis-routing absentee ballots and using them to vote Democrat.

    The logistics of these operations remains to be worked out. Ideas anyone?


  2. Ting

    Whoa! That is a dedicated plan. We have to show ID in VA, but I guess the absentee ballot is the key to abuse here. I’ll have to mull this over.


    • chrissythehyphenated

      It was stolen absentee votes in Troy. I’m thinking some GOP smarty pants got hold of the names and started calling people, because they found some absurd amount of people who had allegedly voted by absentee who said they had never voted at all. A bunch of them testified at the Grand Jury. Now they’re talking about saliva samples … to try to figure out if any of the 4 guys pleading not guilty licked the envelopes, I guess.


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