Last week, I told you about individual wrongdoers – mostly Democrats – who were arrested and sent to jail for voter fraud. But criminal wrongdoing in our elections is also perpetrated – again, mostly by Democrats – by election officials, Democrat and left-wing advocacy groups, and other systemic players engaged in wholesale fraud.
Starting with election officials, a Republican county elections commissioner in New York was charged with 12 felony counts of using other people’s identifications to request, complete, and submit absentee ballots. A Democrat township clerk in Michigan who was also a candidate was convicted of felony ballot tampering for opening a sealed ballot canister, invalidating the votes inside. The Democrat New Mexico Secretary of State is accused of unlawfully receiving county election totals before counties certify results and using an uncertified software program to add up the totals. Elections officials in Oakland, California are accused of ignoring a court order, unsealing ballot boxes without public observation, and making it impossible for citizen observers to monitor and understand the vote tallying process.
Lawless election officials are not the only source of systemic wrongdoing in our elections. Left-wing and Democrat advocacy groups are major sources, as well. The Virginia Democratic Party ballot harvesting manual instructs party activists to include dead people and bad addresses when compiling voter contact lists. This information goes into a party database which is used to target likely Democrat voters. The Democrat Party did not respond when asked about this.
Left-leaning nonprofits like the Center for Voter Information and the Voter Participation Center are abusing their 501(c)(3) tax status by registering likely Democrat voters. Targeting particular demographic groups likely to vote Democrat skirts IRS rules preventing tax-exempt organizations from engaging in partisan activity.
In Wisconsin, a leftist group paid voters $250 if they succeeded in persuading their friends to vote for the Leftist candidate in the state Supreme Court race. Under state law, it is felony bribery to give anything of value to any person for inducing others to vote or not vote for or against particular candidates.
The Federal Election Commission received but has ignored information about campaign ‘money mules’ operating in Missouri, Georgia, and elsewhere. Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock of Georgia was the top beneficiary identified in the scheme. To give you some idea of how the scheme works, ‘Steven in Missouri’ was somehow able to make over 14,000 campaign donations totaling $180,000 in two years despite being unemployed. Something’s not right with this picture.
Yet more systemic election fraud is found in a Florida county where felons vote illegally, dead voters are sent mail-in ballots, voter addresses are changed without request, and individuals are putting multiple ballots into drop boxes despite being limited under state law to two. This information came from a whistleblower inside an elections office who was upset these problems were not being addressed. The office is run by a Democrat and would not respond to questions.
Here is one more way systemic fraud can occur: County officials can change the zip code of tens of thousands of voters all at once. Mail ballots go out, but the ones with the wrong zip code are undeliverable. Someone scoops them up, then the elections office changes the zip codes back. Voters go to the polls, only to be told they already voted, their ballot has already been cast by somebody else. A new data company uncovered this kind of fraud in Wisconsin and Florida, including one county where more than 31,000 zip codes were changed this way. The company bought daily voter rolls and tracked zip code changes, discovering how the game is played.
We are supposed to have representative government in this country. But we cannot be assured of true representation unless systemic fraud, perpetrated mostly by Democrats, is rooted out from the elections process.
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