Paul R. Hollrah
May 5, 2014
The April 2, 2014 edition of National Review Online contains a blockbuster story detailing the results of a widespread vote fraud investigation conducted by the North Carolina State Board of Elections. In their review of the 2012 General Election, the board searched some 101,000,000 voter records in databases of 27 other states, using the same names, dates of birth, and Social Security numbers of individuals who voted in the North Carolina General Election.
What they found provides convincing proof that Democrats were not going to take any chances in 2012; they were not going to allow Mitt Romney to ruin Barack Obama's chances for a second term. What the study of the 2012 election shows is that 35,570 North Carolina voters shared the same first names, last names, and dates of birth with individuals registered to vote in other states. Another 765 North Carolina voters had the same first names, last names, birthdays, and final four digits of a Social Security number as those who voted in other states, stretching credulity to its absolute limits. Barack Obama carried North Carolina in 2012 by a margin of just 14,177 votes (0.33%). To what extent were those voters residents of North Carolina who also voted in 27 other states, or were many of them residents of 27 other states who also voted in North Carolina?
In another recent study by the State of Virginia, it was found that some 44,000 Virginia voters are also registered to vote in Maryland. Of course, fraudulent voting by Democrats is not unique to North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland. For Democrats, vote fraud is a way of life... standard operating procedure. And if the Republican Party had any leaders fit to be called leaders, they would see to it that the voting statistics of every state in the nation are evaluated in exactly the same way as the North Carolina voting age population.
For starters, the North Carolina attorney general should hold a press conference, extending an invitation to the 765 North Carolinians with the same first names, last names, birth dates, and Social Security numbers as individuals who were found to have voted in other states to come forward and identify themselves. Those individuals should be allowed to plead guilty to felony vote fraud, pay a hefty fine, and lose their voting rights for a period as prescribed by law
Of course, not all those who engage in vote fraud could be expected to self-identify themselves. In such cases, the North Carolina attorney general should conduct forensic examinations of absentee ballots held in North Carolina and other states, lifting latent fingerprints from absentee ballots and subjecting signatures to expert handwriting analysis. Those who fail to self-identify, but whose latent fingerprints are later found on absentee ballots should be indicted, tried, subject to a heavy fine, and sentenced to prison. Upon being sentenced for felony vote fraud they should
also lose voting rights as prescribed by law.
Federal law requires that all state election boards retain absentee ballots for at least twenty-two months following an election. Many states require ballots to be retained for twenty-four months, or longer. So it is essential that investigators conduct studies of double voting within two years following an election or much of the evidence of vote fraud will be destroyed.
In a recent speech before Al Sharpton's National Action Network, Barack Obama attempted to rally his base by charging that Republicans are attempting to suppress the black vote in the coming 2014 General Election. Demonstrating once again that he is the dimmest bulb on the porch, he said, "The principle of one person-one vote is the single greatest tool we have to redress an unjust status quo. You would think there would not be an argument about this anymore. But the stark, simple truth is this: The right to vote is threatened today in a way that it has not been since the Voting Rights Act became law nearly five decades ago."
Of course, as is the case with almost everything Obama says, he was not speaking the truth; he was only saying what he thought would appeal to his low-information base. The fact is, except for Democrat-sponsored fraud, the right to vote has not been threatened at all in recent decades, compared to the years between the Civil War and the mid-1950s. In those years Democrats used the KKK to intimidate and/or murder thousands of blacks for no other reason than that they insisted on the right to vote. Yes, the" one person, one vote" principle is a critical concept in our system, but that means "one person, one vote", not "one Republican, one vote" and "one Democrat, two" votes or three votes", as most Democrats see as their birthright.
He went on to say, "Across the country, Republicans have led efforts to pass laws making it harder, not easier, for people to vote..." So if that is a true statement, it must also be correct to say that Republicans have led efforts to make it impossible to board an airplane, to cash a check, to make purchases with credit cards, to enter public buildings, to sign up for food stamps, to sign up for unemployment benefits, and to purchase beer, wine, liquor, and cigarettes. But we all know that's not the case, so once again Obama is caught telling untruths to people who are either too dumb or too gullible to know that they're being propagandized by a four-Pinocchio liar.
The truth is, since the vast majority of those behind prison bars are registered Democrats... those who've either attempted to disrupt the social order or who've attempted to enrich themselves at the expense of others... it is only fair to say that it is Democrats who are directly responsible for most of these impositions on our time and integrity.
He said, "Now, I want to be clear! I am not against reasonable attempts to secure the ballot. We understand that there has (sic) to be rules in place. But I am against requiring an ID that millions of Americans don't have. That shouldn't suddenly prevent you from exercising your right to vote. So, yes, we're right to be on guard against voter fraud. Voter fraud would impinge on our democracy, as well. We don't want folks voting that shouldn't be voting. We all agree on that. Let's stipulate to that, as the lawyers say."
Unfortunately, with an attorney general like Eric Holder, Obama can stipulate all he wants to. It means about as much as a doctor stipulating that a patient suffers from a terminal, but curable, disease, but then prescribes no course of treatment. Eric Holder has been handed irrefutable evidence of vote fraud crimes by Democrats, all of which have been filed in the "round file."
Then, suggesting to his gullible listeners that vote fraud is not a problem, he offered a few statistics. He said, "One recent study found only 10 cases of alleged voter impersonation in 12 years... 10 cases. Another analysis found that, out of 197 million votes cast for federal elections between 2002 and 2005, only 40 voters... out of 197 million... were indicted for fraud..."
Since a great many Democrat precincts regularly produce far more than ten cases of in-person voter impersonations, the people who put words on Obama's teleprompter must have searched long and hard to find a source that would attest to only 10 cases in the entire United States in a 12 year period. Since Obama failed to cite the source for his statistics, one might suspect that they came either from Eric Holder or from the PR office at the Democrat National Committee.
It apparently escaped Obama's attention that, in 2012, in precincts all across the country, in major cities with heavy Democrat majorities and powerful Democrat machines, Mitt Romney was completely "skunked," receiving not a single vote out of hundreds of thousands of votes cast. This, of course, is not only a statistical improbability, it is a statistical impossibility, but it went completely unchallenged by Romney and the Republican National Committee.
Giving a tip-of-the-hat to a former racist Democrat president, Obama told his nearly all-black audience that, at the time Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, some of his advisors were recommending caution, saying, "Well, all right, just wait. You've done a big thing now; let's let the dust settle, don't stir folks up." But Obama quotes Johnson as replying, "No, no, I can't wait. We've got to press forward and pass the Voting Rights Act. About this there can and should be no argument. Every American citizen must have an equal right to vote."
Of course, that represents only Obama's sanitized version of what Johnson may have said at the time. According to two Democrat governors who flew with him on Air Force One, what LBJ actually said was, "I'll have those n_ _ _ ers voting Democrat for the next 200 years."
The point is, African-Americans are rarely told the truth about where white Democrats actually stand on the issue of race. If the Republican Party had leaders worthy of the title, they would begin to tell them the truth, treating them as if they are grownups.
To the best of my knowledge, only one fraudulent voter in the entire state of Ohio went to jail for vote fraud in 2013. According to a story in the Cincinnati Enquirer, Melowese Richardson was convicted of voting 5 times for Barack Obama in 2012. She was released on March 11, 2014, after serving only eight months of a five year sentence on the grounds that she is mentally ill... a condition not uncommon among Obama voters.
It's long past time that Republicans moved forward with a national voter registration database, tying every registered voter to a name, address, birth date, and Social Security number. It's also long past time that we began making a lot more Melowese Richardsons, whether Democrats or Republicans. And if we don't have Republican leaders with the stomach for the task, then it's time to get new Republican leadership. We don't have to jail all Democrats who commit fraud... we could never build enough jail cells... we only have to jail enough of them to make the rest wonder if perhaps they'll be the next to hear a knock on their door.
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