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Monday, April 29, 2013

Election Fraud in a Presidential Election

Last week a jury in Indiana found that “fraud put President Obama and Hillary Clinton on the presidential primary ballot” in the 2008 election. The fraud was spearheaded by Butch Morgan who as the Democratic-party chairman of St. Joseph County.
... according to evidence produced by the prosecutors, all the signatures on nine of Obama’s petition pages were forged. Without those 90 fraudulent signatures, Obama would have fallen short of the 500-signature threshold. Had those signatures been challenged when they were submitted, he would not have been on the ballot for the primary....

Political momentum is a very delicate thing. It’s certainly possible that such a setback for Obama could have changed the outcome of the 2008 Democratic nomination contest. But of course, we will never know. All we do know for sure is that Indiana experienced election fraud committed by party activists that may have affected the 2008 election. But of course, according to some, there is no election fraud in the United States.
This is news that won't get reported by the Virginian Pilot becaaue votrer fraud never happens. Never. Ever. Voter fraud is a myth, as we all know. It's also conventional wisdom that voter ID is just a way to keep black people from voting.

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