Dem Candidates, Officials And Vote Fraud Charges

Chalk this one in the stories you won't see in the Philadelphia Inquirer category.

Maryland Democrat congressional candidate Wendy Rosen is facing up to 10 years in prison for voting in 2006 and 2010 in Maryland despite being a resident of Florida.  She withdrew from this year's 1st District race against incumbent Andy Harris after the charges became public. She still got 92,000 votes. There are a whole lot of people in this country who really don't care in the rule of law it seems.

Massachusetts state Rep. Stephen Smith, a Democrat, has pleaded guilty to vote fraud for his role in submitting absentee ballot applications and casting invalid ballots in multiple elections in 2009 and 2010 in elections that he won. Smith will escape jail time in return for the guilty plea, resigning from his office and agreeing not to seek elected office for five years.

In New Jersey, campaign worker John Fernandez is getting five years for filling out absentee ballots in other persons' names without their knowledge for the 2007 New Jersey Senate campaign of Teresa Ruiz.

Filling out absentee ballots in other persons' names without their knowledge is how the Democrat establishment won a 2009 election in Troy, N.Y. Apparently it was recognized as the normal course of business up there.

Does this sort of thing happen in Pennsylvania? In Philadelphia? Ho ho ho, as Santa would say.

In the last election, Democrats refused to seat  court-appointed Republican poll watchers at 43 sites in the city as the Dems followed their tradition of appointing their own poll watchers.  How did the Inquirer treat this bit of news? They noted it on the fourth page of a long piece about how a mean judge rejected a request to give the Democrat Party more provisional ballots in the city where several wards went 100 percent for Obama.

Yes, Republicans have good reason to be suspicious about the results of the last election.

If you don't think it's happening ask yourself why the Democrats fought so hard to keep photo voter ID from taking effect.

Here's the report from Fox News about the recent vote fraud cases.


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