Voting shenanigans are starting already!

Here we go!

According to Ronn Blitzer of Fox News, “Group threatens lawsuits over ‘suspiciously high’ voter registration rates in swing states.”

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“Voters in Florida, Michigan and Colorado are threatening to sue their states after an independent organization discovered that each has counties with unusually high voter registration rates — in some cases, they found more registered voters than actual people eligible to vote.”

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So, these democrats are so brazen and so stupid, they’re not even going to try and hide what they’re doing?

Again, “They found more registered voters than actual people eligible to vote!”

THEY FOUND MORE REGISTERED VOTERS THAN ACTUAL PEOPLE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This doesn’t happen by accident my friends!

There is no way of explaining this situation away with naturally occurring phenomenon.

THE DEMOCRATS ARE TRYING TO MANUFACTURE VOTES AND CHEAT HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

But we’ll just keep hearing the hoax from the democrats about how the Russians are tampering with the election!

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Thank God we have this independent organization checking this stuff out!

“The data was compiled by the Honest Elections Project, a new nonprofit organization that blames the seemingly implausible statistics on a failure of states to properly update voter rolls to account for people moving, dying or being incarcerated.”

“The group examined publicly available registration records and compared it with citizen voting-age data from the U.S. Census Bureau, describing the figures as ‘suspiciously high.’”

‘“All three states have multiple counties where voter registration rates exceed 90 percent, in some cases they exceed 100 percent.’”

‘“In the last election in 2018, the nationwide registration rate according to the U.S. Census Bureau was 66.9 percent. That disparity is a clear sign these states aren’t maintaining accurate voter rolls,’ said Jason Snead, executive director of the Honest Elections Project. Snead was formerly a senior policy analyst at the conservative Heritage Foundation.”

“Fox News reached out to each state’s secretary of state’s office, but none immediately responded.”

That’s odd.

“The organization’s findings revealed that 27 counties in Florida have voter registration rates above 90 percent, well above the national average, and seven counties with rates higher than 100 percent.”

“Michigan had 18 counties above 90 percent and one above 100 percent, and Colorado had 19 above 90 percent and five above 100 percent, the group said.”

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“In the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton won Colorado by a relatively slim margin of 2.8 percent.  President Trump won Florida by 1.3 percent, and Michigan by just 0.4 percent.”

“The observations led voters in each state to warn their respective secretaries of state that keeping ineligible voters on the rolls leaves the states vulnerable to improper activity during November’s election. That warning came in the form of letters sent on their behalf from attorney William Consovoy, who has represented Trump in a number of matters.”

‘“Retaining voter rolls bloated with ineligible voters harms the electoral process, heightens the risk of electoral fraud, and undermines public confidence in elections,’ the letters said.”

Amen.

When that day comes that people have no confidence in our elections, the survival of our country will be in jeopardy.

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“Consovoy noted that the National Voter Registration Act requires states to keep accurate voter rolls, and provides for individuals to notify their states and then sue if action is not taken within 90 days, which the voters intend to do if necessary.”

It says the “National Voter Registration Act requires states to keep accurate voter rolls.”

So what’s the federal penalty if it is found a state or states is not “keeping accurate voter rolls?”

‘“We ask that you establish, if one has not already been initiated, a comprehensive and nondiscriminatory list maintenance program in compliance with federal law,’ the letters each say. They call for the states to remove from their lists of voters everyone who is ineligible because they moved, died, were incarcerated or other reasons.”

“The voters also request that the states inform them of what measures they are taking to make these adjustments in time for November’s election.”

“The practice of removing names from voter rolls has led to intense controversy and legal battles in numerous states.”

Of course!

Getting the votes of all of these dead and imaginary people is the only way the democrats have a chance of defeating President Trump in 2020!

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“A Wisconsin court [with an extremely liberal judge, of course] recently put that state’s voter roll purge on hold, as opponents argued the effort targeted voters in Democratic areas in a bid to suppress turnout.”

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Excuse me…, but how does removing dead people, felons who are incarcerated and people who have moved, from the voter rolls, “suppress turnout?”

The only thing I see it suppressing is potential fraudulent votes.

“The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) says cleaning up voter rolls can be a responsible exercise but some states have used it as ‘a method of mass disenfranchisement, purging eligible voters from rolls for illegitimate reasons or based on inaccurate data, and often without adequate notice to the voters.’”

Hey ACLU…, have you ever heard the old saying that “Two wrongs don’t make a right?”

It’s a good saying…, and it’s true.

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This is just the beginning my friends…, and you ain’t seen nothing yet!

 

Please check out my blog from August 7, 2018 for my solutions to all of our voter woes, titled:

“Voting is such sweet sorrow that I shall say ‘one vote per citizen’ till it be morrow.” ― Will Shakespeare (not to be confused with William Shakespeare)

https://mrericksonrules.com/2018/08/07/voting-is-such-sweet-sorrow-that-i-shall-say-one-vote-per-citizen-till-it-be-morrow-%e2%80%95-will-shakespeare-not-to-be-confused-with-william-shakespeare/

 

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