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The true face of voter fraud in America

The man in the police mug shots above is the poster boy for voter fraud in more ways than one.

His name is Charlie White. He’s one of those Republican politicians who have tried to justify their voter-suppression efforts with phony arguments that voter fraud is rampant in this country. It’s not. It’s actually as rare as hen’s teeth, as we see HERE.

So, Charlie White’s bogus claims about voter fraud actually constitute a form of voter fraud themselves. They’re lies, and lies, by definition, are fraudulent.

But Charlie’s penchant for voter fraud goes well beyond mere political rhetoric. It’s actually felonious. He’s the secretary of state in Indiana, and he was convicted earlier this month of six felony counts of voter fraud.

The one glaring injustice in his case is that he won’t be going to prison, which likely would have been the penalty if he were a black person.

The story is HERE.

 

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  1. Bob Meirkatze

    The fact there there are tens of thousands more registered voters than there are eligible voters in the City of Milwaukee is not problem. The fact that the state elections board has done nothing to scrub old names off voter rolls is not a problem. By their own admission, there are between 70,000 and 250,000 names on the Wisconsin voter rolls that are dead people or people who have had name changes or are addresses of people who have moved and the State Voter Registration System has not caught up with the changes. And, never mind that the only way to catch voter fraud in the act to have active monitoring in the polls; very much like a shop lifter the person must be caught in the act. Now, remind me how requiring proof of Identity is such a bad thing? Especially considering, a Milwaukee County study showed 95% of people registering to vote on election day had appropriate proof of identification.

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