Vote Fraud

It’s common in election years to have accusations of vote fraud thrown around. There is no question that it happens, some where, to some degree. The real question in the debates I have is how much is there, who is doing it, how organized is it, and does it actually have any significant effect on election outcomes? I’m talking the basic ballot-box stuffing, counting fraud, etc., not the back-room deals and pressure WRT who runs or not, and a partisan media giving free positive coverage to one side and negative coverage the other way. Just the actual vote casting and counting “irregularities.” So I put up a page, listed under “plague” on the menu (where I’ll put all “off-topic from writing” pages, I think), and just keep adding things there as I see the stories.

I believe it’s reasonable to assume that people who are partisan Dems in their other activities will commit fraud in favor of Dem candidates and causes, and in Dem strongholds pro-Dem fraud is much more likely to occur; similarly, long-time partisan Republicans will commit pro-R fraud.

5 thoughts on “Vote Fraud

  1. Well, in Oregon. Where they’ve changed over to motor-voter and vote by mail. All common sense has been locked/voted out Salem. As your applying for a drivers/ID card one has to check the box to opt out of voter registration. If not a ballot is issued to that address in your name.
    My deceased mother in law got a ballot. My wife threw it away. Think a good commie would have? (That’s the only trouble I have with her dying. She probably votes twice as liberal as she did before. Literally.)
    My wife changed our PO box. We got 2 ballots each that year. As one PO forwarded them to our new address. And were talking 3 people here. Out of how many?
    We haven’t even started on government ignorance/malice, commie infiltration and such.
    No, vote by mail = communist take-over.

    1. Yes, pretty much. Vote-by-mail is an open door to fraud that those in power, especially those on the left, won’t pass up. WA won’t ever vote center/right until that changes. And we’d likely need a vote to change it, sooooo….

  2. At this point I don’t believe it’s going to make a difference who wins? As our forefathers tried to explain that democracy was the worst form of government. Describing it as mob-cracy. It becomes obvious at this later stage of society.
    I’ve often ask certain people that espouse it’s virtue: if it’s alright for a majority of white people to vote that all black people should have to pick white people’s cotton for free? That being allowed under the tenets of majority rules.
    Or would you rather live in a republic that outlaws slavery in all forms? Everyone instinctively knows the answer.
    Some will persist in saying. Yes but. Let’s pray we never have to shoot those that utter those words.
    P.S. How do think thanksgiving dinner discussions are going to go this year?

    1. Democracy is great, as long as I have a majority of the votes counted 🙂 Yes, the depth of ignorance of history, and understanding of action and reaction and consequences, is staggering. Got a post coming on that soon.

      Thanksgiving? Could be wild. Mine will not be too bad, I suspect,because we mostly avoid known minefields of difference, but there will be a lot of family breakups, I suspect.

  3. The purpose of the motor voter thing is to promote fraud. It’s really that simple.
    Once in a blue moon someone is caught. Not long ago some immigrant (illegal or legal, I don’t remember) was convicted of voting. Her excuse was that she was encouraged to register to vote as part of getting the driver’s license.

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