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Important: The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed

Original post made by Concerned American, Amador Estates, on May 11, 2012

For those of you who believe that in order to stay a free country, we need an honest and fair election process, PLEASE read this article.

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This strategy to defraud the American election process has been under development for decades. The Democrat Party has constructed an entire industry devoted to this task and pursue a multifaceted strategy to accomplish it:

1. ACORN will swamp election officials with overwhelming numbers of registrations at the last possible minute, a huge proportion of which are deliberately fraudulent, in order to create systematic chaos. This accomplishes numerous goals:
- Makes verification of registrations difficult, given the small size and limited budgets of state and local election offices.
- Provides multiple opportunities for vote fraud.
- Throws the entire voting process into question, providing pretext for lawsuits where concessions may be obtained from election officials.
- When election officials challenge registrations, they are accused of "voter suppression." This in turn serves complementary goals:
- Charge of "voter suppression" reinforces the Left's narrative about America as an oppressive, "racist" country.
- Publicity and lawsuits intimidate election officials, who settle on terms favorable to the Left.

2. Activists sue state authorities for "voter suppression," creating further chaos and pressuring them to become de facto taxpayer-funded voter registration operations;

3. Eric Holder's Justice Department tacitly supports voter intimidation tactics, sues states and backs private lawsuits, and resists reform as "voter suppression."

4. Leftist echo chamber discredits allegations of vote fraud, supports "suppression" theme, and promotes advantageous legislation.
The ultimate goal is a systematized, taxpayer-funded voting machinery that will guarantee maximum participation from the Left's voting demographic while undermining the ability to manage elections and prevent fraud.


What Is To Be Done?

The 2012 election may be the most important election in American history. American citizens acting in the best interest of our country must be the bulwark against fraud. There are many things people can do, suitable to their time and resource constraints. Here is a list of options:
- Volunteer with True the Vote (www.truethevote.org) and join your state's affiliate. True the Vote is conducting training all over the country. Find your state affiliate.
- Bookmark Protect Your Vote! (www.protectyourvote.us). This website provides state-by-state information about voting laws, vote fraud risk, and updated information about voter ID efforts.
- Judicial Watch has done more than any other organization to expose the activities of this corrupt administration and Justice Department under Eric Holder. Sign up for email alerts at www (dot) judicialwatch (dot) org.
- Read, print and distribute the Patriot's Handbook. This free resource contains a wealth of information on how people can participate at any level.

The National Voter Registration Act was crafted specifically to bring calculated chaos to our elections, open the door to vote fraud and force states to become de facto voter registration drives heavily favorable to one political party. Similarly, Attorney General Eric Holder and his allies have abused the Voting Rights Act, turning preclearance into a political weapon to sabotage voter integrity efforts. The results are a voting system vulnerable to systemic fraud.
Our most fundamental right as Americans, to determine the size, scope and indeed the very nature of our nation, is being threatened. This must not stand.

Comments (12)

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Posted by LOL!
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on May 11, 2012 at 7:43 am

Is this site the Internet version of FIX News!


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Posted by Janna
a resident of Dublin
on May 11, 2012 at 7:58 am

Janna is a registered user.

This is laughable coming from the right. You guys are the kings of voter suppression and fraud.

So what so the righties do? Project and lie, lie, lie.

We all know why you had to bring ACORN down. Wouldn't want anyone signing up any more Democratic-voting minorities.


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Posted by steve
a resident of Parkside
on May 11, 2012 at 8:37 am

Nevermind the fact that ACORN was obviously a fraudulent organization from it's inception....deflect, deflect, deflect. Keep those dead voters voting dem.....multiple times.....
and make sure to fight those efforts to make voters clearly identify themselves......ID=bad. dem minorities, felons, dead voters, multiple votes for the same person=good.

Welcome to the dems version of the US as a 3rd world dictatorship.


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Posted by Kathleen Ruegsegger
a resident of Vintage Hills Elementary School
on May 11, 2012 at 8:38 am

Having a balance to the liberal side of reporting poses no harm--all, some, or none of it may have value to the reader. After all, you see the opponents viewpoint and it could change or solidify your own perspective. It is difficult to present your views without understanding how the views of others might potentially prove your thinking is erroneous. You know, forewarned is forearmed.


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Posted by Mr. Mittens
a resident of another community
on May 11, 2012 at 11:45 am

My goodness, my political pals Concerned American and Kathleen Rugsinugger are so right! Over the past decades many instances of voter fraud have been discovered, totalling dozens of voters. If it takes suppressing the votes of millions by golly in order to protect ourselves from those couple dozen or so, then we should do so.

We all know, as Kathleen says, that the lamestream media is liberal. (Why wouldn't it be, after all, since it takes at least a college degree to become a reporter!) We know that the corporations that own the media are all left wing. It's common sense for pete's sake! Rich corporations have always had a vested interest in liberalism. And look at all the avowed socialists on tv and radio. I mean, we have our main streamers like Mark Levin, Rush, Mikey Savage, Hannity, O'Reilly, Beck, the negrophobic psychologist - oh yeah, dr. laura - and the Huckster, and Sarah, just to name a few. And then there's all the corporate financed communists and socialists on the other side. I can't think of any off hand, but there must be thousands of them. So Kathleen as usual is so right. We need to keep the balance just right -- like the trees in Detroit -- in our media.


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Posted by Stacey
a resident of Amberwood/Wood Meadows
on May 11, 2012 at 12:04 pm

Stacey is a registered user.

Kathleen never said that.


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Posted by Mr. Mittens
a resident of another community
on May 11, 2012 at 12:19 pm

Maybe there are TWO Kathleen Rugsinuggles for heavens sake, who the heck knows? But balance is best, even if one side has to systematically lie to ensure the balance. Because everybody lies a little bit. Heh-heh-heh. You see, the liberals see a voluntarily signed greeting card to Michelle as a harmless idea; the conservatives see it as a left wing intimidation tactic where, you see, Eric Holder intends to look at who DIDN'T sign it and then go after them by raising their taxes and regulating their businesses. Kind of like what happens in North Korea. Balance in the media is what makes this country just right! Thanks for your keen insight, Stacey. Would you like to join Jimbo and Steve as part of my campaign effort? Because we can always use more of your type.


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Posted by Tracey
a resident of Amberwood/Wood Meadows
on May 11, 2012 at 12:25 pm

Hey! Leave Stacey and Kathleen alone! I don't know why so many of you insist that they're one and the same! Sure, they seem to work in tandem, and sure, they both espouse identical wacky right-wing viewpoints and vehemently claim not to be right-wing, and sure, they both post here with a disturbingly unhealthy frequency, and sure, they both bash the hell out of local education and yet somehow seem to think they're pro-education, and sure, they both act as if they didn't just get all of their 'wisdom' straight from wikipedia or fox news right before posting, and...

damn, now I forgot my point


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Posted by Voting Integrity
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on May 11, 2012 at 12:30 pm

Voting Integrity is needed to preserve America. I doubt anybody who would not fight for voting integrity. WIthout it we lose America,
The most ridiculous excuses have been made to destroy integirty.
PHOTO. All the 'disinfranchised' minorities, unable to pay their own medical, manage to getto KAISER for their MediCAL medical care at ....showing their mandatory PHOTOS, required at all Kaiser counters.
The Gov of SO Carolina offered FREE TRRANSPORTATION to get their FREE photos taken for voting.....they got less than a dozen calls !
Integrity, 1 vote, 1 person, is worth fighting and dying for.
Yes, it would be nice to require a basic math IQ, before being allowed to vote on new burdensome state initiatives, but sadly dummies will continue to for.,.,.we all then suffer.


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Posted by W
a resident of Dublin
on May 12, 2012 at 7:03 pm

I can only think of one reported case of voter fraud in the last 8 years committed by Anne Coulter. Other than that specific case the only reason why the conservatives would do this is to hide their active criminal enterprise of suppressing their oppositions vote. Voter suppression has been thoroughly documented over, and over, and over again.

If your vote is disqualified it is the same as if you didn't vote!


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Posted by Voting Integrity
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on May 15, 2012 at 10:39 am

Fraud? hmmm. I do know we get a staggering bill in CA for PRINTING and mainling ballots in a long list of languages. I am puzzled however, since KNOWING ENGLISH is a REQUIREMENT of citizenship,..and the text is to be in English.
We have voting LAWS the CITIZENSHIP is required. SO, if it takes English to become a citizen, thus qualifying for voting...WHY, WHY, WHY ballots be in ANYTHING BUT ENGLISH ? ? ? It's always hard to get sincere and honest poll workers, but this year poll workers must be able to speak English AND Spanish, or English AND chinese, and more. SO they may be IGNORANT about the election process, but yippie! they'll speak a foreign language to run our ENGLISH citizenship required balloting process ! INCREASING OUR $ COSTS in our CA budget, while opening elections to people who can't speak OUR language.
I won't speculate how many decades America might suvive, for I fear the answer might be in mere years ! Nobody seems to care about INTEGRITY in our government or governmental process any longer. In fact some try to circumvent the integrity of the process. I think it's worth fighting to prevent any NON-citizen from voting in our elections, AND if understanding citizenship english isn't worth the trouble...don't bother. IGNORANT UNINFORMED people are the biggest threat to our country, I assure the the same people who have photos to get free medical care, and show photos for entrance to a dozen other venues ALSO have MOBILE devices Why should PROUDLY identifying yourself to vote, be such a problem.


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Posted by Mr. Mittens
a resident of another community
on May 15, 2012 at 4:04 pm

My heavens, this sounds like a problem to be solved by someone who isn't a socialist and in over his head. I personally know of approximately 2 dozen cases of voter fraud over the past 15 years. I also know that California machines usually unintentionally bounce approx 100,000 voters per election. They don't get counted! Now, for the sake of those 100,000 or so who get bounced, we need to prosecute to the fullest those 2 dozen or so who voted fraudulently. Also, we need to make it as difficult as possible for people to vote -- and especially those who are impoverished or who have colored skin. Why? Well, heavens, it just makes perfect sense, that's all!~


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