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The last presidential election produced a number of documented claims of Democrat voter fraud. A group known as truethevote.org has examined the many allegations and readied a list of voter fraud claims they have found to be credible and genuine.


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Across the nation, over 25 million invalid voter registrations have not been removed by competent authorities. Each of these questionable registrations presents an opportunity for Democrats to engage in voter fraud.

Among America’s registered voters, more than 1,800,000 have been proven to be dead. This of course provides more opportunities for fraud by the Party that survives on voter fraud. In Maryland, dead people have registered (guess which Party got their check mark?) and voted AFTER their death.

Over 2,750,000 people are registered to vote in at least two states.

There is ample proof that twelve Indiana counties have more registered voters than residents. This is also the case in many counties in Ohio. Across the country, there are at least 160 counties spread over nineteen states that have more registered voters than residents.


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We know about these breaches in our ballot box security because of the diligent work of volunteers eager to help the Republican structure fight back. So why hasn’t the RNC raised its voice in protest over these outrages?

In 1982, for no apparent reason but to go along and get along, then-Republican Senate MAJORITY Leader Howard Baker entered into an agreement with the Klu Klux Klansman from West Virginia (Democrat Senator Robert Byrd), which in effect barred Republicans from pursuing suspected cases of voter fraud without first getting a federal court’s approval.

This agreement came about because Democrats in New Jersey, arguably the most corrupt state in America, complained that Republicans had been investigating voter fraud in predominantly minority districts. Among the specific charges was that off-duty police officers posted themselves at polling places to help insure voting integrity.

Incredibly, Baker agreed that “Ballot Security” should be defined as “any program aimed at combating voter fraud by preventing voters from registering to vote or casting a ballot.” Thus, ANYTHING Republicans do to stop Democrat voter fraud in any organized fashion can and is labeled “Ballot Security” to get federal judges to end it.

Fortunately, this agreement does not bind GOP state committees; and it will expire on December 1, 2017. Let’s hope the Republican minority leader at that time has more brains than Howard Baker.

And you thought the GOP’s sellouts of our rights only started with the feckless bunch in Washington today.

The views expressed in this opinion article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by WesternJournalism.com.


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