Apparently, Watching To Make Sure There’s Reduced Voter Fraud Is Bad…

When it is conservative groups doing it, that is

There are always concerns about voter fraud on Election Day, but this year many new groups are popping up to keep an eye on the polls. That, in turn, has some people worried that legitimate voters will be intimidated and discouraged from voting.

Along with all the other campaign ads they will hear this week, voters in Minnesota’s Twin Cities are being treated to a provocative radio ad.

Listen to the add. Do you find it “provocative”? Well, I suppose if you are a Democrat, and looking to win at all costs, it might be.

The ad warns that the group is training thousands of citizens to set up surveillance teams outside polling places to look for voter fraud. It’s even offering a $500 reward for information leading to convictions.

Apparently, that’s mean.

“We’re just the people concerned about the integrity in our election process,” says Dan McGrath, executive director of Minnesota Majority, a conservative watchdog group that alleges that past elections in the state have been marred by fraudulent votes. “We go to vote. We want to know that our vote counts, fairly, and that someone else’s ineligible vote isn’t diluting it.”

Oh, I get it, it’s because they are Conservative groups. And there are many, many more cited. You know what that means, right?

Chad Dunn, general counsel for the Texas Democratic Party, says the most aggressive poll watching in early voting has been at African-American and Latino precincts, which lean Democratic.

Our old buddy raaaaacism.

The county attorney’s office and the U.S. Justice Department are now investigating, though no charges have been filed. Still, tensions are high, and the county attorney is recommending that election officials put tape on the floor to separate poll watchers and voters.

Expect to hear lots of calls of “stealing the election,” Republican dirty tricks, and election fraud from Democrats starting early on the 2nd, and reaching a fever pitch as the election precincts start reporting how bad the Democrat losses are on November 2nd, with the Usual Suspects going Force 10 Moonbat when they have woken up from a drunken stupor on the 3rd.

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6 Responses to “Apparently, Watching To Make Sure There’s Reduced Voter Fraud Is Bad…”

  1. David says:

    Of course it is perfectly ok to have Black Panther thugs with bats ourside the voting area.

    Civil rights don’t apply to whites according to Holder.

  2. John Ryan says:

    al t of those drunk moonbats will be Jews and Blacks right Teach? Because they are the base of the modern Democratic party. Jews and Blacks those are people to be HATED !!

  3. captainfish says:

    Hey John, never go off your pills again. Seriously, it totally screws up your mind. Quick, go take them now. Come back to reality.

    Teach, and nothing like having ballots already pre-selected as well for the Dem candidate. Or, not mailing ballots to the military or mail-in voters.

    Nothing at all wrong here at all.

    How come I can do my banking on line, I can buy my car tag on line, I can check my student loans on line, but… I can’t vote online using a state-issued voterID number and pin that can only be used one time per election?

  4. Trish says:

    captainfish you are on to something big!!! I like this idea, and hope it would eliminate fraud to a certain degree. Until someone figures out to hack into the system, but there has to ba a way it can be secure!

  5. captainfish says:

    The states themselves will supply and control a VOTERID number along with a PIN. That used in coordination with your SS#, name and zipcode will allow you access to the secure voting system.

    People can only vote once per session. If you log in and find that your account has been used, you can file for remediation. The first vote will be thrown out entirely and an election official from all electoral parties will review your paperwork and make a decision on whether you are who you say you are. If you are, then your session count will be reset and you will be notified that you can go online to vote.

    MAC Addresses will be tallied. Those MACs associated with an illegal vote will be banned. Don’t let someone on your system who plans to commit voter fraud else your computer will be banned.

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