Sunday, March 12, 2017

Leftist Voting Rights Agitator Convicted of 35 Counts Of…You Guessed It!

By Andrew West March 9, 2017

Even before the release of Wikileaks documents proving election tampering by the left, it was fairly obvious what the liberals were up to.

Their consistent insistence that voter fraud simply does not exist is absurd, to say the least.  This willy-nilly, free for all stance on protecting one of Americans’ most sacred rights was simply a way for the democrats to infiltrate and exploit the weaknesses of our electoral process.  It is certainly not to keep our elections fair and free, as they would have you believe.  Furthermore, challengers to this liberal point of view are treated with a heaping dose of racist rhetoric from the leftists.

The left is so very intent on convincing you that voter fraud is imaginary so that one of their own can commit 35 counts of it all by her lonesome........Rebecca A. Hammonds was working for the Ohio Organizing Collaborative (OOC) in September and October of 2015. At that time, the Columbiana County elections board director found discrepancies in voter registration applications filed by the group. Five of the names were of dead people........To Read More...

My Take - If each violation can result in one year in prison, how can the prosecutor be happy with probation and the judge feels she only deserves six month in jail.  At least he understood there has to be some serious consequences for this - but six months versus 35 years?  The judge said, "You made a mockery of our system … If 180 days (in the county jail) doesn’t teach you a lesson, nothing will".   Six months for "making a mockery of our system"?  Perhaps it will teach her something or not, but what it will teach those involved - and I have no doubt she wasn't a long wolf, but part of a pack of wolves - the penalty for the crime of "making a mockery of our system" isn't so bad in order to get their people in office. 

I have to wonder - if they take this so lightly can we assume there was no effort to investigate the others working for the Ohio Organizing Collaborative group? 

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