Voter Fraud- An American Tradition?

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There's more fraud voters than we think

Most of us are familiar with voter fraud. Truth is, it’s not a new thing. Sure, we’ve heard a lot about it recently due to suspicious happenings in the 2012 election between Barrack Obama and Mitt Romney, though in reality, there’s evidence of it happening all the way back to the 1850’s.

Historical Examples of Frequent Fraud:

“In the 1896 election, New York businessmen like Diamond Jim Brady had to keep their support for William McKinley secret, because they knew Tammany Hall would destroy anyone in the city who supported a Republican Presidential candidate.”–The Other Half of History

“After the end of the Civil War, Southern Democrats used poll taxes, grandfather clauses, and other legal maneuvers (not to mention illegal maneuvers involving the Ku Klux Klan) to keep blacks from getting to the polls. Republicans fought back with the Fourteenth Amendment, which among other things makes race-based voting restrictions illegal.”–The Other Half of History

“For over half a century, Democrat Machine politics have dominated politics in Chicago. Mayor Richard Daley Sr. is widely credited with helping JFK win a razor-thin Presidential election by mobilizing thousands of dead and non-existant Chicago residents to vote Democrat, and things haven’t changed much since then. In 1982 the US Attorney in Chicago estimated that the party machine manufactured at least 100,000 extra votes in an attempt to defeat Republican gubernatorial candidate James Thompson. Sixty-three people were convicted of election fraud.”–The Other Half of History

“Washington and Minnesota weren’t the only blue states with interesting vote-counting practices in 2004. In Wisconsin, Dem John Kerry won the state’s electoral votes and hoped that no one would notice that the ballots outnumbered the legal voters to the tune of more than 4,500 votes. The left wing group ACORN was heavily involved in the process. In Milwaukee, the police department conducted an investigation and reported that eighteen poll officials had felony records, and that eight of the eighteen had been sponsored by ACORN.”–The Other Half of History

“The Florida Secretary of State has discovered 53,000 dead voters registered to vote. The Secretary of State has also flagged thousands of potential Non-Citizen who are also registered to vote. This discovery is indicative of a wider national problem with dead and ineligible voters on the rolls heading into the 2012 Presidential election.”–

There’s several more stories that you could easily research yourself. One is Samantha Pawlucy’s story, or rather, her parent’s story. Samantha Pawlucy was a student in Philadelphia who wore a Romney/ Ryan shirt to school and was harassed by students and mocked by her Geometry Teacher. Her parents were Romney/Ryan supporters in this past election as well, in one of the precincts that showed 0 votes for Romney. –

Speaking of Philadelphia, remember Fresh Prince? This should be Samantha Pawlucy’s theme song…

“In west Philadelphia
born and raised
on the playground my momma said
most of my days
chilling out, maxing
and relaxing all cool
and all shooting some b-ball
outside of school
when a couple of guys
they were up to no good
started making trouble in our neighborhood”

–Will Smith–Fresh Prince

Hey, don’t take my word for it, do some research on Voter Fraud yourself. You just might be surprised to find that your opinion, well, really doesn’t count…to the government anyway.

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Maggie Thelen is a 20-year-old author for Gen Fringe and Viewty. As well as a Social Media Manager at Liberty Alliance, LLC. She loves anything from shooting her compound bow to theological and political conversations. She doesn't like to be put into a box, mainly because you couldn't fit a lifted truck in there. She's enthusiastic about life and it's future challenges. Her confidence is in her faith in a sovereign God who gives her grace and guidance for her future. Twitter Handle: @Demand4Freedom FB Page:
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