Fox News Special Report:
Eric Shawn reports: Shocking election fraud cases
Still think the votes won’t be rigged if we aren’t paying attention?
Interesting fact backed up by fact checking sites who could not prove them false:
Obama lost in the four states that had a strict photo-only ID requirement in 2012 — Georgia, Indiana, Kansas and Tennessee. Granted the trend of these states to Republican candidates pre-dated the photo ID laws, the first having been implemented in 2008.
Voting record facts from the 2012 election have supported in some precincts for other states, total counts exceeding a high degree beyond random possibilities or in a few instances even greater than state precinct census counts of over 100% votes cast for Obama.
For instance Colorado was said by some to have (using publicly available voter data and comparing it to U.S. Census records) revealed ten counties had a total registration ranging between 104 to 140 percent of the respective populations. This map appeared on Obamavoterblogspot though I admit to not fact checking it. It is an impressive visual demonstration of precinct voting in 2012.
The information in the video adds depth and factual information to the issue of voting fraud instances. So be ready, aware and speak up quickly if a contested count is needed.
Another issue is voting intimidation or manipulation.
States have to somehow get a grip on who can vote, who is to be struck immediately from ballots from death certificates issued, and who are valid citizenship requests to be registered. There are agencies and computer programs in every state that should be utilized between now and November to help precinct workers feel more confident about their lists. There is training that should occur to stress current addresses, drivers license or other ID, and strict procedures for every precinct worker to handle paper or computer ballots. It is a herculean task but has had decades to be properly instituted.
It is illegal to register voters with any comments, phone, pamphlets, or signage for a particular candidate being seen or mentioned. The purpose of registering to vote is to allow a voter the rights guaranteed under our constitution and NOT to provide a ready pool for a given party or candidate.
Intimidation by sign and people in front or near voting locations is also prohibited within so many feet. Given current intimidation tactics at rallies. This will have to be carefully monitored by law enforcement, precinct workers, and documented by video if possible for investigation.
Soliciting through financial means and selling votes is illegal. This one is tough to prove but has been successfully brought to trial and sentenced in courts.
Those transporting and attempting to influence voting are also not acceptable. Again much harder to catch but any accepting rides who believe they have been badgered or intimidated should report to local voting authorities.
Most illegals who have been herded into signing voter registration cards or casting ballots, as well as many registered voters, are unaware of these laws to protect citizen rights to decide for themselves on how to cast their votes.
Get educated on the rights of citizens, voting intimidation tactics, and more so this election can hopefully be less stressful and more indicative of our true citizens views.