Skip to comments.53,000 Dead Voters Found in Florida
Posted on 05/20/2012 8:37:30 PM PDT by iowamark
I have learned that Florida election officials are set to announce that the secretary of state has discovered and purged up to 53,000 dead voters from the voter rolls in Florida.
How could 53,000 dead voters have sat on the polls for so long? Simple. Because Florida hadnt been using the best available data revealing which voters have died. Florida is now using the nationwide Social Security Death Index for determining which voters should be purged because they have died.
Here is the bad news. Most states arent using the same database that Florida is. In fact, I have heard reports that some election officials wont even remove voters even when they are presented with a death certificate. That means that voter rolls across the nation still are filled with dead voters, even if Florida is leading the way in detecting and removing them.
But surely people arent voting in the names of dead voters, the voter fraud deniers argue. Wrong.
Consider the case of Lafayette Keaton. Keaton not only voted for a dead person in Oregon, he voted for his dead son. Making Keatons fraud easier was Oregons vote by mail scheme, which has opened up gaping holes in the integrity of elections. The incident in Oregon just scratches the surface of the problem. Massachusetts and Mississippi are but two other examples of the dead rising on election day.
Florida should be applauded for taking the problem seriously, even if Eric Holders Justice Department and many state election officials dont.
So that ought to be at least 52,000 DemocRAT votes.
On their IDs, all of them are named Chad. Thanks iowamark.
Every last one of them should be hanging by now!
I wonder how many dead voters helped to curse us with Romney.
Wondering how many of those dead voters voted for Al.
Voter fraud being addressed.
Did the testicles of pussy Republicans finally descend?
Throw in the dead guys known as “Hanging Chads” and you’ve got a whole bunch more.
What a wonderful state Florida would be if we got rid of all the Democrats, including my relatives if they are Dems.
Would do wonders for the crime rates, too.
Hey! Is Alan Grayson among those dead voters? He’s been brain-dead for years so he should qualify.
The same for Debbie Wasserman-Putz. I nominate her for “Zombie Girl of the Year”. I think I saw her starring in “Night of the Living Dead” and “ Zombieland” (A great spoof movies).
Just imagine a “Zombette Line” of Wasserman-Schulz, Barbara Boxer, Eleanor Norton Holmes, Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Lee, and Barbara Lee Jackson, and I’ll throw in Helen Thomas as dessert.
Once you see them, you’ll never need Ex-Lax again!
It sure would be nice to not have to worry about voter fraud... but, that would make us Democrats.
Or be punched completely out.
It sure would be nice to not have to
worry about perfect voter fraud... but, that would make us Democrats.
Every state with a Republican governor and AG should duplicate this effort ASAP.
This is where grass roots conservatism thrives. Call your state legislators and tell them what Florida has done.
People should be PO’d about the national election in November -—the votes being counted will be done by a company in Spain-SCYTL—once headed by a Bath-House Barry supporter-—this response from my congresscritter:
“Thank you for contacting me with your concerns regarding SCYTL’s acquisition of SOE Software. Your taking time to contact me is appreciated.
Although SCYTL is based out of Barcelona, Spain, elections are administered and regulated by local and statewide elected officials. In Georgia, the Secretary of State ensures that adequate safeguards and protections are in place to protect the integrity of election results.”
Let’s not forget that Soros was buying Secretaries of State to “count” the votes the way he’d like.
In 2004, the state had 4,261,249 registered Democrats so the 53,000 Dead Voters Found in Florida is off by 4,208,249.
I’d like to know how many of the dead voted for Obama...
All of them. At least once.
The Social Security Index has been taken down from the Internet due to “misuse.” Florida may have access to it as a governmental body, but not the little people, any longer.
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