Skip to comments.Recall Election Prompts Charges Of Voter Fraud, Suppression(dems are crying)
Posted on 09/10/2013 10:02:45 PM PDT by barmag25
DENVER Democrats dont often complain about voter fraud, but the prospect of outside voters taking advantage of an apparent loophole in Colorados new election law to participate in the legislative recalls has the bills sponsor crying foul.
State Rep. Dan Pabon (D-Denver), who sponsored the Voter Access and Modernized Elections Act, said Wednesday that those who say the law allows so-called gypsy voters are essentially advocating election fraud.
I think what theyre doing is advertising wholesale voter fraud and asking folks to basically break the law, Pabon told the Colorado Observer.
(Excerpt) Read more at thecoloradoobserver.com ...
And in fact, the law does allow gypsy voters. Period. That was a deliberate part of the dems new election law. It allows busloads of homeless people with no id to be dumped in closely contested districts and declare their “intention” to move.
Once declared, their ballots get commingled with decent ballots so you can’t undo it even if you prove they didn’t actually move.
What the dems are pissed about is that a local libertarian talk-show host went and declared his intent to move at the polling place and got a ballot to vote, no problem. He shined a light on the gypsy voter fraud that the dems deliberately enabled and they don’t like that one little bit.
In an honest election, Morse would have lost 75% to 25%. As it was, he nearly won.
It's got me shaken up.
6 months following the defeat of Ken Buck for US Senate ( he lost by about a 1,000 votes)The CO SOS issued a report showing 5,000 illegals voted in that election in that district. No arrests, prosecutions, or warnings were issued. Business as usual.
Had this been a mail in ballot election, yesterday would have be 180 degrees different.
Yesterday was the last non-mail-in-ballot in CO.
ALL VOTER FRAUD WAS PERPED BY RATS... SO LET’S INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE THEM ALL!
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