“I saw this former poll worker's interview. What amazed me is how open she was about her fraud. Absolutely no quilt expressed; she was most proud of her accomplishment.” t.bfine
She didn’t express any quilt? What’s this about quilts? Gee, Melowese doesn’t sound Amish to me!
Get serious. She flat out denied any attempt at fraud. Did you happen to see this part by any chance? Or did you conveniently skip over the facts, as you guys are want to do?
“In Richardson’s case, she told the television station that she had not intended to commit vote fraud and merely showed up to vote in-person as she was unsure her absentee ballot would arrive in time to be counted. Richardson truthfully identified herself at the polls and voted in her own name.”
In other words, as a poll worker for 25 years, this lady knows the rules, and she knows that if her absentee ballot arrived on time, only one vote would be counted.
“Hamilton County Deputy Director of Elections Sally J. Krisel said, ‘Ohio has very clear laws about checking,’ so if a voter is found to have cast an absentee ballot and attempts to vote in person, only one vote is counted.”
(The National Review story frog quotes)…”attempts to lump all types of voter fraud in together, but does not identify a single one of the 19 alleged cases in which a voter committed in-person impersonation of another voter.”
You guys need to get serious and stop wasting people’s time with voter suppression, gerrymandering and your upcoming attempts at rigging the electoral vote. Why don’t you just broaden your base, expand your tent and give yourselves at least a chance? Otherwise, you’re doomed to more of the same. Remember, it’s a “majority rules” system, like it or not.