2016 Voter Fraud


James O'Keefe covertly video records people and has a knack for getting them to tell all about their nefarious activities. He recently recorded Brian Foval and other operatives for the Democrat Party bragging that they sent trained agitators to Donald Trump rallies to cause violence and make it appear to have been done by Trump supporters. He also proved that the Clinton campaign had knowledge of these tactics and supported them. Project Veritas 2016 Oct 17

Mainstream media is silent on O'Keefe's covert video despite the fact that it is going viral in social media. O'Keefe says that this is because the media corporations are afraid that, if Hillary is elected, she will instruct her Department of Justice to retaliate against them. So, once again, money and profits win over principle and honor. O'Keefe is asking the public to Tweet his corruption video to the anchors at Fox and other news outlets to embarrass them into ending the blackout. FaithFamilyAmerica 2016 Oct 17

James O'Keefe of Project Veritas has released his second video that connects the DNC, Hillary Clinton, and Obama to vote fraud. Scott Foval, at Americans United for Change, explains how he and his fellow professionals on the Left rig elections. The details will astound you, but what will really drop your jaw is how widespread this practice has become and how everyone knows about it ‑ except voters. This is one of the most important stories of the century ‑ but mainstream media has spiked it. Project Veritas 2016 Oct 18

A Project Veritas reporter covertly video recorded Aaron Black, the Deputy Rapid-Response Director for the DNC. He describes plotting how to get male agitators inside a Trump rally, posing as Trump supporters, holding signs that insult and bully women. The object is to attract media coverage and make Trump and his supporters look bad. Project Veritas 2016 Oct 19

US: Robert Creamer, of Democracy Partners, was secretly recorded explaining how to commit voter fraud through registering Hispanic illegal aliens. Creamer spent five months in federal prison in 2006 for $2.3 million in bank fraud related to his public interest groups. His name showed up on White House visitor logs 340 times beginning in 2009. In 45 of those instances, he was scheduled to meet with Obama himself. ZeroHedge 2016 Oct 19

A Wikileaks email from Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook shows that Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google's parent company, has worked directly with the Clinton campaign. Google recently has been accused of manipulating search results in favor of Clinton. The Clinton campaign paid $600,000 to Groundwork, a start-up company that is backed by Schmidt. Google is not alone in this cozy operation. Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer at Facebook, worked to arrange meetings between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the Clinton campaign. Breitbart 2016 19

Ecuador admits that it shut down Internet access for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange who is sequestered in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London as an asylum seeker. The blackout came after he published the text of Hillary's speeches to Goldman Sachs. Wikileaks says the shutdown was in response to a request by US Secretary of State John Kerry who wants to prevent release of additional Hillary emails. Kerry denies the allegation. USA Today 2016 Oct 18

Hillary Clinton has championed equal pay for women, but there is a huge pay discrepancy between men and women within the Clinton Foundation, and only 3 out of 11 top-paid executives in that organization are women. Additionally, Clinton paid men working for her in the Senate 39% more, on average, than women. [These statistics show the hypocrisy of Hillary's rhetoric.] NY Post 2016 Oct 18

Socialism at its best

The collapse of oil prices in Venezuela has compounded the nation's problems caused by price controls, inflation, putting incompetent political cronies into tax-supported jobs, and other characteristics of collectivism. Infant mortality has risen sharply, and cannibalism has appeared in prisons. As always, the common people are paying dearly for the errors and crimes of their leaders. New American 2016 Oct 18

US: In October of 2008, one month before Obama was selected as president, the Citigroup bank gave Obama a list of its recommendations for cabinet positions in his administration. This list corresponds almost exactly to the people who later were appointed to those positions. [Any questions?] Global Research 2016 Oct 16

While Hillary Clinton was the US Secretary of State, she approved the sale of $300 billion dollars worth of weapons to other countries. Many of them were totalitarian regimes that had been denounced by the State Department for violating human rights. The countries that received the weapons are the ones that made large donations to the Clinton Foundation. [This is corruption of the highest magnitude but, seemingly, many Americans just do not care. As Hillary would say, What difference at this point does it make?] RT 2016 Oct 14

James O'Keefe covertly video records people and has a knack for getting them to tell all about their nefarious activities. He recently recorded Brian Foval and other operatives for the Democrat Party bragging that they sent trained agitators to Donald Trump rallies to cause violence and make it appear to have been done by Trump supporters. He also proved that the Clinton campaign had knowledge of these tactics and supported them. Project Veritas 2016 Oct 17

Former Democratic Congressional Candidate Says Hillary Stole Nevada Posted on September 18, 2016 by truthfirst12013 Dan Rolle: Dems "cooked voter files to rig Nevada win for Clinton

The “Shocking” Truth About "Election Rigging in the United States

Voter Fraud Is Real. Here’s The Proof Data suggests millions of voter registrations are fraudulent or invalid. That’s enough to tip an election, easily. John Gibbs By John Gibbs October 13, 2016

This week, liberals have been repeating their frequent claim that voter fraud doesn’t exist. A recent Salon article argues that “voter fraud just isn’t a problem in Pennsylvania,” despite evidence to the contrary. Another article argues that voter fraud is entirely in the imagination of those who use voter ID laws to deny minorities the right to vote.

Yet as the election approaches, more and more cases of voter fraud are beginning to surface. In Colorado, multiple instances were found of dead people attempting to vote. Stunningly, “a woman named Sara Sosa who died in 2009 cast ballots in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.” In Virginia, it was found that nearly 20 voter applications were turned in under the names of dead people.

In Texas, authorities are investigating criminals who are using the technique of “vote harvesting” to illegally procure votes for their candidates. “Harvesting” is the practice of illegally obtaining the signatures of valid voters in order to vote in their name without their consent for the candidate(s) the criminal supports.

These are just some instances of voter fraud we know about. It would be silly to assume cases that have been discovered are the only cases of fraud. Indeed according to a Pew Charitable Trust report from February 2012, one in eight voter registrations are “significantly inaccurate or no longer valid.” Since there are 146 million Americans registered to vote, this translates to a stunning 18 million invalid voter registrations on the books. Further, “More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as voters, and approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state.” Numbers of this scale obviously provide ripe opportunity for fraud.
Don’t Let Data Contradict My Narrative

Yet in spite of all this, a report by the Brennan Center at New York University claims voter fraud is a myth. It argues that North Carolina, which passed comprehensive measures to prevent voter fraud, “failed to identify even a single individual who has ever been charged with committing in-person voter fraud in North Carolina.” However, this faulty reasoning does not point to the lack of in-person voter fraud, but rather to lack of enforcement mechanisms to identify and prosecute in-person voter fraud.

The science of criminal justice tells us that many crimes go unreported, and the more “victimless” the crime, the more this happens. The fact is, a person attempting to commit voter fraud is very unlikely to be caught, which increases the incentive to commit the crime.

The National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) is a sophisticated, comprehensive effort to catalog “the number and types of crimes not reported to law enforcement authorities.” However, it tends to deal mostly in violent crimes. As complex as the NCVS is, gathering accurate data for unreported victimless crimes such as voter fraud is even harder, since 1) outside of the criminal, no one may know a crime has taken place, and 2) there is no direct victim to report the crime in the first place. Yet we are expected to believe that, unlike violent crime, voter fraud is limited only to the cases that are actually reported and prosecuted? This is a senseless position.

Further, the Brennan Center report argues that because prosecutor Kris Kobach’s review of 84 million votes cast in 22 states found only 14 instances of fraud referred for prosecution (which amounts to a 0.00000017 percent fraud rate), voter fraud is so statistically small that it’s a non-issue. Let’s follow this logic. Does the fact that 109 people were cited for jaywalking in Seattle in 2009 mean that only 109 people jaywalked in Seattle that year? Does the fact that 103,733 people were cited for driving without a seatbelt in Tennessee in 2015 mean that only that many people were driving without seatbelt in Tennessee in 2015?

Absolutely not. This can be proven easily because in 2014, the previous year, only 29,470 people were cited. The disparity is largely due to increased enforcement efforts in 2015. In other words, increasing enforcement of the crime revealed a much larger number of people committing the crime.

The exact same is true for voter fraud. We have no reason to believe that the low number of prosecutions means only that exact amount of voter fraud is happening. Rather, it could mean a lack of enforcement is failing to reveal the bulk of the violations that are occurring. Thus, as with many types of crimes, especially victimless crimes, the real number of cases is likely significantly higher than the number reported.
How to Effectively Target Voter Fraud

So now that we know voter fraud is a serious issue, what are some solutions to this problem? States like Michigan have Poll Challenger programs, where observers from both parties may be present at voter check-in tables at precincts. They check each voter’s ID against a database of registered voters for that precinct to ensure the person attempting to vote is actually legally qualified to vote in that precinct. If there’s a discrepancy, the poll challenger may officially challenge the ballot. Other states should implement similar programs.

States should sponsor initiatives to remove dead voters and correct the registrations of people registered in multiple states (make them choose just one state). Since many local jurisdictions are reluctant to clean their voter rolls, federal or state oversight with teeth may be necessary.

Further, voter ID laws, such as the one implemented by North Carolina, but (wrongly) struck down by three liberal judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit— one appointed by Bill Clinton and the other two appointed by President Obama—are needed to ensure there’s no cheating with votes. States should continue to press the issue regardless of recent setbacks by liberal activist judges.

Finally, some have claimed that strong voter ID laws are racist, because they disproportionately impact minorities and would prevent minorities from voting. As a black person, I’m naturally interested in this claim. Thankfully, it turns out to be false. The Heritage Foundation has shown that black voter turnout actually increased after North Carolina passed its voter ID law.

Not only was the claimed negative outcome false, but the reasoning was faulty as well. The fact that the law disproportionately impacts minorities does not mean that it is discriminatory. It means, unfortunately, that fewer minorities are in compliance with common-sense safeguards to protect the integrity of our elections (i.e., having a driver’s license or photo ID).

To mitigate this concern, states can offer a service that will take people without valid ID to their local government office to apply for proper ID, free of charge. Users could schedule the pickup with their smartphone or a phone call. That way there will be as few barriers as possible to those who want to vote and are capable of obtaining a valid ID, but cannot due to transportation concerns (a reason often given by those who claim voter ID laws hurt minorities).

So let us not believe false claims that voter fraud doesn’t exist. It’s real, and we must work to stop it, while making sure those who are eligible to vote but without proper ID are accommodated fairly.