Tuesday, November 22, 2016

North Carolina Gubernatorial Race Could Expose Voter Fraud

The Civitas Institute filed a lawsuit in a federal court requesting a restraining order for same-day registration ballots until they are verified as legit.  A few thousand votes separate Democratic Party challenger Roy Cooper from Governor Pat McCrory in North Carolina’s gubernatorial race.
This election has the potential to expose the rampant voter fraud everyone knows Democrats commit.  Even the Charlotte Observer grudgingly acknowledged that a percentage of SDR is fraught with suspect ballots.

A State Board of Elections review of 2012 voter registrations found that 2.44 percent of voters who used same-day registration did not pass the mail verification process – but that process sometimes wasn’t finished when the voters’ ballots were counted. The failure rate was 3.2 percent during a three-month period at the beginning of 2012, when no early voting was taking place.

Bob Hall, a progressive scumbag at Democracy North Carolina, tried to put some lipstick on this pig.

Hall noted that some mailed registrations are returned as “undeliverable” because the voter moved after Election Day. “The people that use same-day are disproportionately under 30 years old,” he said. “They are more transient than the ordinary voter.”

That’s a lot of transients.  Do we want people who have no roots and are this unstable voting?  Citizenship is being part of the community.  That’s the way it used to be until 2007 when Democrats came up this scheme.

Watch this video and witness how unverified same-day registration votes swayed the 2008 election.  Barack Obama wouldn’t have won North Carolina without it.


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