The election is still more than two weeks away, and already a tremendous amount of evidence has emerged that operatives from both major political parties have been committing election fraud. There have been reports of dead people being registered to vote, of voter registration forms being tossed in the garbage, and of activists purposely helping people get registered to vote in more than one state. We have not had a presidential election this closely contested since Bush v. Gore back in 2000, so there has been a tremendous amount of concern that one side (or potentially both sides) may be tempted to cheat. Supporters of Obama and Romney have both been charged with breaking the rules before. We all remember the ACORN voting scandals from the 2008 election, and what Romney operatives did to Ron Paul in the state of Maine during primary season was absolutely criminal. Anyone that believes that there are not operatives on both sides that would be willing to do “whatever it takes” to win this election is simply being delusional. Politics in America has become a very dirty game in this day and age, and the truth is that an increasing number of activists on both sides truly believe that “the ends justify the means” when it comes to trying to win an election.
The integrity of our elections is of paramount importance. After all, if our right to vote is taken away, what other way do we have to change things?
Sadly, the integrity of our elections has been called into question in recent years. We all remember what happened back in 2000. If another presidential election ends in similar fashion it could shake our system to the core.
A study that was released back in February by the Pew Center on the States found some very disturbing things. The following are a few of the statistics from their report…
-Nationally, one out of every eight voter registrations is inaccurate.
-Approximately 2.8 million Americans are registered in two or more states.
-Somewhere around 1.8 million registered voters are dead.
Read More at thedailysheeple.com . By Michael Snyder.