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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Voter Fraud Explodes in Wisconsin; Eye Witnesses Speak Out

UPDATE: Fraudulent ballot applications believed found, while another man tries to vote twice!

From students using class schedules to "prove" that they live in Wisconsin (but not who they actually are), to multiple accounts of people being "bused" in, dozens of accounts of Democrat and Union attempts to commit voter fraud in Wisconsin have hit the news. One town even has turnout that was reportedly six times the votes normally cast in a "heavy" participation election- and that was at 10:30 am in the morning.

First is a story from Milwaukee, in which students printed out a piece of paper in order to "prove" their identities. Last Friday, on a High School field trip, two teachers and dozens of students voted "during the early in-person absentee balloting period." To prove their identity, they provided a sheet of paper that simply stated the students' alleged names and what classes they might attend. Their date of birth was confirmed not to be on the schedule. Even worse? Milwaukee's Election Commission director Sue Edmond stated that, even should they find out that the students lied about their DOB or who they were, their votes would not be discounted.

Second, Wisconsin voter John Barrett reported that he voted this morning in the town of Norway. According to him, heavy turnout would be around 300, with low turnout in the 90s. Yet, when he voted early in the morning (at 10:30), he was already vote number 1,794:
Third, and more horrifying, comes this account from the website Free Republic. A voter went in to cast their ballot, yet was faced with a 25 minute wait. After looking around, this person found out that the hold up was due to "non-medical personnel" demanding that elderly people vote for Tom Barrett. The "helpers" were screaming the f-word at the folks and telling them to defecate on themselves. Eventually, they realized that they were being listened to and chased off the voter. But that was after physically threatening them and breaking their phone.

Finally, there is the account that is burning up the internet, particularly YouTube and Twitter. A caller to the Chris Plante Show witnessed unions illegally busing people from Michigan into Wisconsin in order to vote against Governor Walker. You can listen to the call below:


Update: Yet another tale of voter fraud:


Update #3: 119% voter turnout in Madison, Wisconsin.

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22 comments:

  1. I'm calling BS on this.

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    1. "I'm calling BS on this because I don't want to believe multiple eyewitness stories because I don't like Scott Walker."

      Fixed that for you

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    2. I wouldn't trust anyone from Free Republic more than I could pick up their weird crippled leader and throw him to the moon!

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  2. Funny how you neglect to mention the numerous reports of robocalls using the publicly available recall petition lists to lie to people and tell them that they don't need to vote if they signed the recall petition.

    http://wispolitics.com/1006/060521kennedy.pdf

    But hey, lets trust a few random people who claim to be witnessing Democratic voter fraud without a shred of evidence and ignore instances of Republican voter fraud with significantly more evidence to back it up. Bias, what bias?

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    1. Wow. You cite a document written by a Democrat with no hard evidence. That's so much more convincing than multiple first-person accounts

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    2. http://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/ulxff/if_you_live_in_wisconsin_vote/c4wlmic

      http://livewire.talkingpointsmemo.com/entries/barrett-campaign-sounds-warning-on-vote-suppression-calls?ref=fpblg

      http://elections.wispolitics.com/2012/06/dems-cry-foul-early-into-election-day.html

      http://leanforward.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/06/05/12072429-exclusive-wisconsin-voter-describes-robocall-telling-him-not-to-vote?lite

      http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-57447512-503544/in-wisconsin-reports-of-voter-suppression-efforts/

      Good enough?

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    3. Reddit, MSNBC, and articles with question marks at the end. Golly, how well sourced

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    4. Because an anonymous caller to a radio show is the pinnacle of reliable sources, right? Oh, I forgot, the burden of proof when it comes to accusing Democrats of voter fraud is significantly lower. Random Twitter posts and anonymous radio calls about possible Democratic voter fraud? Get the pitch forks! Reports of Republican voter fraud? Nah, not possible. Don't believe it. Need more sources.

      You're a biased hypocrite if you report one and don't report the other.

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    5. http://www.salon.com/2012/06/05/nasty_robo_calls_in_wisconsin/singleton/

      http://twitter.com/Synergy3k/status/209826898417684482

      Gee. sure looks like there's significantly MORE evidence of Republican voter fraud now than Democratic voter fraud.

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  3. "Third, and more horrifying, comes this account from the website Free Republic. A voter went in to cast their ballot, yet was faced with a 25 minute wait. After looking around, this person found out that the hold up was due to "non-medical personnel" demanding that elderly people vote for Tom Barrett. The "helpers" were screaming the f-word at the folks and telling them to defecate on themselves. Eventually, they realized that they were being listened to and chased off the voter. But that was after physically threatening them and breaking their phone."

    Geez, I read the original account and what's written above is a conflation of different parts of it. Also, don't be afraid to use a singular pronoun with a singular noun. No one is going to think you're sexist by using "his" or "her" with a singular noun.

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    1. Geez, don't be afraid to think for yourself you leftist union toadie slug.

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    2. I wouldn't trust anyone from Free Republic more than I could pick up their weird crippled leader and throw him to the moon!

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    3. But conversely you would believe the weird crippled leader of Hustler Magazine.

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  4. The head of the election commission say that even if they find fraudulent votes they will count them anyway? Am I hearing this correctly? Someone needs to get hurt! This is illegal. These people are supposed to uphold the law! If I lived in Wisconsin, I would beat the crap out of Sue Edmund. If Walker loses in a fair election, that's one thing, but if he loses to the liberal, union thug machine because they broke the law, then all out war is called for!

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  5. If there is one thing Union Thugs are good at it is intimidating OLD people.

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  6. How is the bottom video "another tale of voter fraud"? Wisconsin GAB 4.01(5) states that:

    "When physically feasible within the polling place, the observation area shall be not less than 6 feet nor more than 12 feet from the table at which electors are announcing their name and address and being issued a voter number."

    GAB 4.01(6) states that: "Observers shall comply with the chief inspector’s lawful commands or shall be subject to removal from the polling place."

    The woman in the orange shirt was sitting too close to the table. The chief inspector told her that she had to move to at least 6 feet away. The woman in the orange shirt complained. The chief inspector removed her from the location.

    The woman in the orange shirt simply did not know the rules of being an election observer. That is not voter fraud, by any means.

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  7. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/05/scott-walker-recall-voter-fraud-investigation_n_1572203.html

    "Staffers at the Wisconsin Education Association confirmed to HuffPost that they have heard similar messages going to voters but they did not know the origin of the messages or how widespread the rumors are. In her letter to the GAB, Taylor said that the calls regarding the petition signatures came from a Madison-area phone number. A call placed to that number came back with a voicemail saying the caller had reached the Wisconsin Republican Party."

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  8. http://www.sodahead.com/united-states/gop-voter-registration-fraud-likened-to-organized-crime/question-2640517/

    "How'd you like to find out that when you thought you were signing a petition to register sex offenders or get lower gas prices, you'd actually had your political party switched from Democrat to Republican? That's happening in California, again. Yes, again. This is a reoccurring problem for the Republican Party every election cycle. It's what's known as a "bounty hunt" – paid voter registration drives that lead to accusations of massive fraud."

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  9. here's an article by a mathematician and his reasons and evidence that the election was stolen. I mean how else could obama win by so much in the exit polls and barret still lost. "The GOP employs overt voter disenfranchisement in plain sight by robocalling voters with false information and having election workers discourage voters from using paper ballots and vote on unverifiable touchscreen DREs. But we are supposed to believe that right-wing voting machine manufacturers would not stoop so low as to write malicious code to covertly flip votes in cyberspace."
    http://richardcharnin.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/wisconsin-recall-the-adjusted-final-exit-poll-was-forced-to-match-an-unlikely-recorded-vote/

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  10. One case is too many to allow. If one citizen's vote is cancelled out by a fraudulent one his voice has been cancelled out. If ANYONE should be really offended that even one person's rights had been trampled on supposedly it should be the Democratic party. The fact that they aren't out in front of everybody else trying to hunt this down and stop it is a pretty good indicator why they lost. They have swung so far away from the ideal of fairness that used to be their core to such a degree, that behavior would never have been tolerated in the past. Even if we didn't agree with them on things, in the past at least they accepted wins or losses with dignity and held to electoral fairness. One could respect that, this is not the Democratic party of old, but perhaps enough of them finally saw the extreme left leaning idiots usurping control and made an adjustment by crossing over on the recall. After all this victory this huge could not have been possible unless a good portion did. Perhaps they will police their ranks after this and everyone can look to honest competition again Sen.Proxmire went after those who would game the system, attempted to curb waste..even against those in his own party. That is the kind of Democrats Wisconsin used to have, not those that urinate on and deface the monument of a Wisconsin civil War hero that not only celebrated his efforts, but those of all Norwegian's from Wisconsin that served. I can't imagine the old Democrats whizzing on a symbol of minority ethnicity can you?

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