Skip to comments.Many mostly Democrat States refused to hand over data ...System is rigged, must go to Voter I.D
Posted on 01/04/2018 1:26:54 PM PST by SMGFan
Many mostly Democrat States refused to hand over data from the 2016 Election to the Commission On Voter Fraud. They fought hard that the Commission not see their records or methods because they know that many people are voting illegally. System is rigged, must go to Voter I.D.
6:02 AM - 4 Jan 2018
Whats that tell us?
Crook County, IL would go NUTZ!!!!
Because they are the party of no?
When he disbanded his voting commission, he said he would turn the issue over to the “proper authorities.” Hmmmm....
>>>But why did Republican states refuse?
Many states have laws preventing the sharing of some voter information. Evenn Commission Chair Kobach did not turn over all the information requested, as Kansas law prevents the sharing of a voter’s last 4 digits of the social security number.
Voter Fraud: The most pressing issue in America. The democrat party ace in the hole for most state and federal elections.
Many (if not most or all) of those states refused to hand over certain data because their state law prevents them from doing so.
I’ve voted in both No. and SoCal. The precincts look like a UN meeting yet nobody is asked for ID. Literally anybody could vote with a “name” and “address”. Ditto for Driver License office where they hand out voter registration forms like popcorn.
I’d say ONE of the most pressing.
Voter fraud, illegal immigration, and the failure to apply the law equally to the elite (Hitlery, 0vomit, BJ, and most politicians) are all inter-related issues that feed off each other.
much better than the “I Voted” stickers!
As for previous voter fraud, that horse has left the barn. The thing to do now is ensure through various means that it won’t happen next time, such as voter ID and finger dye.
American soldiers have died in Iraq to ensure democratic and fair elections and finger dye is used.
Here’s my chicken-and-egg theoretical scenario for opposing Voter ID.
If I, as a free, sovereign individual, wish to vote to abolish government - an officeholder, an office, a department, an agency, an entire branch, an entire government entity (eg a county commission) - should I be obliged to use an identity document that same government may have issued? Is it even possible to do so? And what if my vote succeeds?
Obviously the government in question has a vested interest in protecting and perpetuating itself so they are quite unlikely to allow documents they have issued to be used as one of the instruments of their abolition.
Now...as a practical matter, ID is the best, and possibly the only, way to currently separate the wheat from the chaff. As we have seen, demands for government ID are made everywhere from employment applications to buying a six pack of beer therefore claims of a lack of government ID or claims of the difficulty in obtaining a government ID are specious at best.
Amazon can sell, ship and deliver a bicycle or a pair of shoes overnight. Credit agencies can compile and track millions of transactions as well as detect fraud. Airlines fly a thousand times a day. All of these entities must do these jobs successfully in terms of end-user satisfaction in order to do it again tomorrow, next week and next year.
In contrast, government can confiscate the wealth of its citizens in order to fund its activities but cannot, despite constitutionally-stipulated offices like secretary of state and a plethora of underlings, manage to stage free, convenient, efficient and, most of all, FAIR elections several times per year or, in more important races, every 2, 4 or 6 years. Imagine if they held the Masters and Augusta National had allowed all the grass to die beforehand. Imagine the Indy 500 with no fuel at the pumps. Elections are a core function of government in terms of forming a government yet government is horrible at it.
Equally bad are the excuses. Too many paper ballots. Not enough paper ballots. Short of volunteers. Technical problems with voting machines. User unfamiliarity with voting machines. For some reason they expect sympathy for their utter incompetence and failure. And then there is the temptation of fiddling the numbers - something we have seen repeatedly.
And so, the ‘initial sort’ of validating votes via Voter ID is not perfect but it’s all we have thanks to corruption and bureaucracy. The volume of protests against such mild deterrent should tell us all we need to know about the motive of the protests.
We Cannot expect voter ID laws to fix this. They never get past or a Rat Governor vetos it or a Rat judge tosses it. This tweet by Trump makes it looks like he is tossing in the towel and it will probably cost him in 20.
Can anyone explain to me how requiring an ID at the ballot box is racist? I’ve never understood this argument. It is prima facie a stupid one.
The left thinks many minorities aren’t capable of obtaining one, thus proving that they are racist.
You will need a federal approved ‘real ID’ to travel by air or enter federal buildings soon.
Simply place all polling places in these federal buildings free of charge to the states and provide compliant real-id for all these poor folks for free that can’t afford it but somehow get all these entitled services with no identification.
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