Yes, Voter Fraud Exists

A shrill, indignant cry from the left has been that voter ID is unnecessary and it is only being advocated by conservatives in order to disenfranchise voters of the Democrat Party, particularly minority voters. “Where is all this ‘supposed’ voter fraud?” so many liberals ask.

Enter Obama supporter Melowese Richardson, a Cincinnati poll worker no less, who admitted casting her vote twice for Obama and is now being indicted for allegedly voting at least six times. She says she had no intent to commit voter fraud and further asserted: “I’ll fight it for Mr. Obama and Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States”. There’s another assumed “right” conceived by ignorance and self-righteousness.

Lest one believe that this is just an isolated case, there are two others in that same district being indicted for voter fraud. Further recent evidence of voter fraud can also be found in Jacksonville, Cedar Rapids, and a South Florida internet absentee ballot attempt – among many others. Also, it occurs on both sides of the aisle, evidenced by two employees of a GOP-tied firm in Florida being found guilty of voter fraud.

Requiring voter ID is certainly not the solution to all voter fraud, but it is a common sense measure that is long overdue. Everyone knows voter fraud occurs. How can it not when anyone can show up at the voting booth claiming to be someone else? Those pretending it does not happen do so only to protect the practice. The screaming denial from the left shows how important  fraud at the voting booth is to their agenda. They need it as much as they need denial. The country has had enough of both.

David J. Hentosh

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2 Responses to “Yes, Voter Fraud Exists”

  1. Bruce Says:

    David,
    Anyone who believes that photo-id is not required deserves the government they get. Overwhelming evidence supports the case for voter fraud.

    Voters who do not advocate for photo-id are lazy and ego-centric and will regret the future.

    Bruce

  2. Righton Says:

    It happens in Bucks County, too. Sometimes the culprits are charged and sometimes not. . .and that’s all public information. Yes, Virginia, there are bad people in this world.

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