From Barack Obama on down to the lowliest liberal weenie on the street, Democrats have been trying to convince the American public that voter fraud/election fraud is a fantasy dreamed up by the mean, old, racist Republicans in an effort to disenfranchise minorities and the less fortunate.
So, Pew Research conducted a study of the issue of voter fraud/election fraud and came away with some shocking and, frankly, scary numbers.
According to Pew’s calculations:
Approximately 24 million registration records, or nearly 13 percent of the national total, are estimated to be inaccurate or no longer valid.
The good news? Pew could only find evidence of two million dead voters!
Now, let’s put this into perspective, shall we? In 2012 Obama defeated Mitt Romney by less than 5 million votes in the popular vote. Less than 5 million. There were 24 million opportunities for voter fraud, and this does not include individuals who voted more than once, which there have been many documented cases of. Nor does it take into account the many reports of busloads of illegal immigrants being chaperoned from precinct to precinct to vote multiple times.
Without doing the math, I venture to say that possibly three million strategically placed votes could swing the electoral college to either candidate — a drop in the bucket of the low fruit opportunities to commit voter/election fraud. The problem is that only Democrats participate in, and by all appearances, have damned near perfected, the art of voter/election fraud.
How easy is that, to cheat three million votes? You could almost accomplish that with just the Democratic voters whose main occupation these days is worm food. And I have not even mentioned electronic manipulation of voting machines, proven to be accomplished very easily.
My long-term solution would be to return to paper ballots, counted with representatives of the major parties present during the counting in every precinct, and voter ID. These two simple steps will eliminate nearly all of the voter/election fraud that exists today. Until then, pray and pay close attention come Election Day.