Obama- Voter Fraud Not A Common Crime?

Obama says, “Voter fraud is not a ‘real problem’ because nobody wakes up and says, I’m going to go vote in somebody else’s name”.
That must be why as a community organizer he taught others how to go trick others into early registration and voting.  The little acorn organizers that fell from the Obama Manchurian Candidate tree learned how to sign up Mickey, Minnie, Jimmy Johns and even how to revive the dead to get up and go vote. They learned how to bus people to the booths with lies, lunch and liberal promises.
Obama also said that photo ID laws sound good, but if you poll the average American they will say, ‘yeah, you should have to show your photo ID’, but in practice it turns out for senior citizens and poor folks that isn’t always easy to do.  Well, Obama….guess what?  All those poor people sure know how to get out that photo ID at the state aid office, the liquor store, and gas station to buy cigarettes or open up an EBT bank account?  They know how to pull it out then. Seniors know how to pull the photo ID out to show the social security office they are who they say they are.   For heaven’s sake, a person has to show a photo ID to even get a job these days – who thought that one up?

Obama said the photo ID doesn’t address a real problem because there are almost no instances of people going to vote in somebody else’s name.  Yes, that is what he said.  He also said it wasn’t a common crime. I agree there, it’s actually a felony.   Yet, Obama thinks people might wake up and think about shoplifting.  Good grief – does he really believe people are going to buy into his way of thinking that this is all a huge conspiracy to make it harder for people to vote?  Or is he just saying it over and over until the force is with him and the weak willed fall for his Jedi mind trick?
Sorry ob-1,  your force isn’t working today.  The universe isn’t receiving your signal.
Why does anybody need a photo ID for anything? Oh, I remember now, to prove you are who you say you are.  And isn’t that important when casting your vote?  Especially with all the 11 to 30 million illegals in this country?  Now that is something that in practice is hard for illegals to do -show a valid US citizen photo ID.  So ob – 1, isn’t that the real reason?  Or is it just to track down those who wake up and say, “I’m going to shop lift today?”  I’m sure there are many reasons for photo ID’s, but it really hasn’t stopped identity theft…I doubt if it will stop your organized voter fraud, but it is a border of sorts…until we can build a wall against your community organizing schemes.

It’s about time we also look at the other methods of voter fraud…like the rigged voting machines.  Not to mention the people who wake up and say – I’m going to try and vote twice today. As in the case of the Wisconsin man who was charged with 13 counts of voter fraud in the article in the link below.
In the 2016 election, the most important thing to look out for is ‘Organized Fraud’. It is easier for organized groups to commit fraud than individual voters. Groups have direct access to election machinery and the resources to commit the significant amount of fraud it takes to flip election results. We all witnessed the most blatant, in your face voter fraud in 2012 when the winners were announced with as little as 2 percent votes in from a precinct.
We need to keep a hawk’s eye on political parties, campaign organizations and other organized groups to prevent them from things like obtaining voting fraudulent absentee and mail-in ballots. Having our military overseas troops votes get detained and not counted is a serious offence and one that has become a habit. There votes need to be counted in this election.  Watch out for vote buying, and bribing individuals to vote more than once. Efforts need to be made to prevent vote rigging and tampering with ballots.
It is a fact that partisan control has been one of the greatest culprits in election fraud being committed by the precinct officers themselves.

I am sure that the Trump campaign is on top of this as all campaigns should be.  Yet, with so much at stake in this election, I am encouraging everyone to be alert and be a voice in this year’s election process to insure that anyone tampering with votes is called out promptly.

Dianne Marshall


By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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