So its okay as Secretary of State in a foreign country NINE years later to still be pissed and utter sly condemnation of voter fraud?
Uploaded on Aug 12, 2009
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton compared Nigeria’s corruption and electoral problems with the 2000 Florida presidential election recount during a town hall meeting today in Abuja, Nigeria. Answering a question about Nigeria’s recent election, Clinton said, “In 2000, our presidential election came down to one state where the brother of the man running for President was the governor of the state. So we have our problems too.”
That is a tasty combo of the Obama administrations America sucks foreign policy, coated in some rich, gooey, Bush Deragement Syndrome. Sure, the media recounts of the 2000 election showed that the recounts requested by Al Gore or ordered by the Florida Supreme Court would have still resulted in a victory for George W. Bush. Why would that stop our country’s chief diplomat from suggesting that her predecessors in government were there illegitmately? Certainly not Pres. Obama’s faux insistence that we let go of the politics of the past.
The sad thing is that this story will be heard by few Americans, and will register with even fewer. The silver lining? If the US Secretary of State can bestride the globe this drenched in BDS — almost nine years after the fact — without notice, what are the odds that a few anti-ObamaCare protesters are going to scare anyone today?
Uploaded on Aug 14, 2009
So no evidence of voter fraud has ever been found or even questioned?
Then WHY are there papers on the subject like the following?
An Analysis of Voter Fraud in The United States By Lorraine C. Minnite, Senior Fellow, Demos – (Adapted from the 2003 report Securing The Vote, by L. Minnite and D. Callahan, with updates.)
Discover the Networks also did a listing of quite a few allegations. Interestingly Obama’s old employer ACORN was implicated in several. You can read HERE.
“Report to the U. S. Election Assistance Commission On Best Practices to Improve Voter Identification Requirements Pursuant to the HELP AMERICA VOTE ACT OF 2002 Public Law 107-252″ actually carried quite a bit of data concerning fraud and identification. (62 page pdf)
Note, generally some of the reports concluded that “voter fraud was rare.” However, knowing more about originators, funding, and their philosophies might affect validity. The fact remains that these people who were considered experts in their fields found it necessary to return research papers and analysis on voter fraud at all.
It is also interesting that Clinton found it necessary to slyly poke at voter fraud while out of the country as a government “employee”.