North Carolina advertizing voter fraud possible. H/T PowerlineDoing a job the American MSM won’t do, the U.K. Daily Mail has a stunning essay today
North Carolina election officials repeatedly offered ballots last week to an impostor who arrived at polling places with the names and addresses of 'inactive' voters who hadn't participated in elections for many years.O’Keefe has been doing wonderful work this year as I noted in GOP Establishment Still Scared Of 2014? John Fund Allowed To Publicize Voter Fraud Stories. North Carolina’s 2008 Obama victory was recently suggested by an Academic paper to have been the result of non-citizen voting as I discussed in Will 3 Million Non-Citizens Vote In 2014?
No fraudulent votes were actually cast: It was the latest undercover video sting from conservative activist James O'Keefe,
Powerline has a good summary by Steven Hayward with suitably acid remarks: HOW MANY ELECTIONS WILL DEMOCRATS STEAL TOMORROW, PART 4 [WITH COMMENT BY JOHN]
…why do we have to look to the British press for serious treatment of potential voter fraud? Never mind, we all know the answer to that question. . .John Hinderaker posted the video and extracted the picture at the top, with the totally accurate observation:
One wonders: what possible reason can there be for advertising the fact that identification is not required, other than to encourage fraud?The Daily Mail is getting some great comments too:
Zworm, WashDC, about an hour agoRemember DNC Chairwoman: We Lost Colorado Gun Vote Because We Couldn't Cheat? The Democrats have been quite open about their intentions. Once again, this scandal is due to GOP Establishment stupidity and cowardice as I feared in 2012: Obama's Voter Fraud Facilitation Policy: Does The GOP Have The Courage To Resist?
As a teacher, I have always been amazed that the Teacher Unions require ID to vote in their elections but oppose ID's for national elections. Could this be yet another democratic hypocrisy?
zmarket Washington DC, United States, 1 hour ago
…In Puerto Rico (a US territory), a separate picture ID is issued to voters. I'm amazed that it's been that way for decades in Puerto Rico and not implemented in the states.