Monday, March 9, 2020

Voter Fraud in Ohio

By Rich Kozlovich

A number of years ago while in Washington DC for our national association's legislative day I was having lunch with three other members of our group, all of whom I consider friends.  Friends don't always agree.  We got to talking about how Obama got elected, and I said I believed the only reason Obama was elected twice was because of voter fraud.  I believed voter fraud was rampant in both elections in favor of Democrats.  

Of course, one big factor in the elections was the Republicans ran McCain and Romney as their candidates, both of whom conservatives just absolutely refused to vote for, (time has shown conservatives were right about both) but because of those depressed Republican numbers, voter fraud carried the day.  

Ulysses S. Grant once observed the best way to get rid of a bad law was to require its strictest possible enforcement.   Well, conservatives believe the only way to expose who these leftists for who and what they truly are, and how damaging and disastrous they are to any nation they control, is to let them be in charge.  You can't reason people out of positions they've not been reasoned into, and when someone has a belief they've not been reasoned into, it's faith,  In this case secular faith.  In politics and government, it takes disasters to shake that faith.
(Okay, hands up, how many knew Grant was a President of the United States, and helped win the Civil War? I would like to believe my readers knew that.) 
But a big factor was voter fraud.   One of those friends said.... "Oh, come on".....as if I'm just another conspiracy theorist versus someone who rightly believes there really are such things as conspiracies.  So then, what's the difference?

Conspiracy theorists use the conspiracy argument to explain those things they don't like or understand.  Someone who believes in conspiracies has read sufficiently, especially about history, to understand conspiracies are real and bring about results, and government officials, the judiciary and the media are a part of those conspiracies.  That's history and that history is incontestable.
 
He relented when one of the members of our party, who worked the polls, agreed with me and noted people showed up who clearly didn't live in her area were being brought in by the bus load to vote.  She even overheard one ask: "Who am I today?"  

Of course, as always, my views are based on history.  And since I've read more history books than our entire Ohio delegation combined, and they all know that, I would expect my views to have more bearing than others.  Wrong!

People just don't want to believe the unpleasant, the corrupt, or that people deliberately corrupt the system.  Why?  How is it in the mind of those who never read history books know so much about everything.  And yet they think those of us who read a lot of history know so little?

Here is the voter fraud story in Ohio for 2008 and 2012.  Please enjoy, and then you tell me if it's possible.....just possible.....there could be, and has been, a conspiracy afoot?

In 2008 the Ohio Supreme Court threw out about 1,000 provisional ballots that had been improperly filled out by voters in a tight congressional race.  In a 4-2 decision, the court struck down Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner's directive that said the votes should be counted. ... Justices said Brunner improperly instructed county elections officials to apply conflicting standards to election law by ruling that the votes should be counted, even though the envelopes failed to comply with legal guidelines set out before Nov. 4.  The Governor was Democrat Ted Strickland. 

“GOP observers are calling in reports of multiple voting. People brazenly are coming in two or three times to vote,” he said, the exhaustion clear in his voice. “We may have an observer in one of every five or six precinct buildings, and they can see only so much. People are coming in where there are multiple registrations for the same address. Someone might say, ‘I’m Troy Jones at 123 Main Street,’ and then he’ll vote. Next, he will come back and say, ‘I’m Troy Jones, Jr. at 123 Main Street,’ then cast another ballot. Later on, a Troy Jones, Sr. registered at the same address gets to vote. This is why ACORN’s multiple registrations are such a problem.”…….. “People without proper ID are being allowed to vote. They are supposed to provide something like a utility bill. People who are not even properly registered to vote are being told, ‘Yeah. Go ahead. That’s close enough.’” 
Why are they getting away with this?  Because it’s a conspiracy to defraud the election system by Democrats, who are running these polls!  See how easy that was. 

Democrat Ohio Secretary of State voter turnout in the 2008 election. Eighty percent? Really?   She predicted nearly 6.5 million Ohioans - about 80 percent of the state’s registered voters - will vote in this year’s presidential election and that one-third of those ballots could be absentee.”

Cuyahoga County was in the lead, but leading in fraud isn’t voting.  There was a just a tiny, tiny,…..well…..really slight problem… .just a really tiny slight problem mind you,….. 
According to the U.S. Census Bureau there are only 1,314,241 people in all of Cuyahoga County of which 24% is under 18 and ineligible to vote. Yet they are showing a registration of 1,096,449 million voters? It turns out there are more voters registered in Cuyahoga County than actually exist.”
Was she expecting ACORN pals to stuff ballot boxes? Is that an unfair statement? I don't think so since the Ohio Secretary of State was Linked to ACORN, Project Vote.  
The national development director for Project Vote, an affiliated organization of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, has been linked to embattled Ohio Secretary of State, Democrat Jennifer Brunner.  Karyn Gillette of Project Vote was a campaign consultant for the Brunner campaign, according to information found in a post made by Rick Brunner on April 11, 2006 on the secretary of state's own blog.
According to a court filing in Ohio alleging ACORN violated state Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations (RICO) law, “Project Vote, regularly advises Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner (hereinafter “Secretary Brunner”) on election strategy, and recently issuing a news release claiming credit for Secretary Brunner’s directive restricting challenges to suspected unlawful voter registrations.”

Two election workers in the state's most populous county were sentenced on 3/13/2007 to 18 months in prison for rigging the 2004 presidential election recount so they could avoid a more thorough review of the votes.  Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Peter Corrigan allowed the women to remain free on bond pending appeal. 

They never miss any angle when it comes to what can only be called voter misuse schemes, if not outright fraud.  
"Obama volunteers picked up hundreds of people at homeless shelters, soup kitchens and drug-rehab centers and drove them to a polling place on 10/6/2008 on the last day that Ohioans could register and vote on the same day, almost no questions asked.  The huge effort by a pro-Obama group, Vote Today Ohio, takes advantage of a quirk in the state's elections laws that allows people to register and cast ballots at the same time without having to prove residency."
It isn’t just soup kitchen voters either.  One of my customers told me she went to see her mother who suffers mentally in her old age, had a sticker on her saying she voted today.  She asked one of the staff to explain.  She said they took her to the polls and helped her vote.  Guess for who?  She was outraged.  Her mother had voted Republican for all of her life, and although as a result of her age she was now mentally handicapped, she certainly wouldn't have wanted their “help” to vote for Obama.
 
Ken Blackwell noted in his article, Voter-fraud Chaos, that:
Developments in several states create the possibility that the 2008 vote could result in "Election Month," rather than Election Day.  Court rulings on various absentee-voting procedures — along with early voting and other new forms of balloting — open the door to widespread abuses that could undermine the election.  The possibility of voter fraud or voting irregularities on a massive scale could provide a multi-state repeat of Florida 2000.
A perfect example is Ohio.........Ohio Supreme Court, in a 4-3 decision, interpreted Ohio law to allow for people to register to vote and cast an absentee ballot on the same day.  (As the three dissenters noted, this directly contradicts Ohio’s Constitution, which requires that a person register to vote 30 days in advance of actually casting that vote. But the Ohio Supreme Court is the last word on Ohio state law.)
Clearly that has to change, and the Legislature should have stepped in and put a to stop it, even if it created a Constitutional crisis in Ohio.   Furthermore, they should have publicly rebuked the court for its clear violation of the separation of powers and overstepping legislative authority.  Someone should have been impeached for that, and they were all Republicans.  Thomas J. Moyer, Judith Ann Lanzinger, Paul E. Pfeifer, Terrence O'Donnell, Robert Cupp, Maureen O'Connor and Evelyn Lundberg Stratton

In 2010 Ohio changed its law to allow absentee voting to begin 35 days before Election Day, this voids any ability to vet these voter’s identity, and the courts are in collusion with this kind of fraud making arrangements.   

.........counties must allow homeless voters to list park benches and other locations that aren't buildings as their addresses.” 
 A park bench is a home?  An alley over a warm grate is a home?  How could any reasonable person find fault with that?  This Clinton appointee is still a judge as far as I can tell.  Imagine that!  Was he appealed and overturned?  Not that I can tell.  

Even out of state Obama campaign staffers felt all these silly laws about residency didn’t really apply to them.  At least till they were threatened with criminal prosecution and then thirteen campaign workers for Barack Obama........
.........yanked their voter registrations and ballots in Ohio after being warned by a prosecutor that temporary residents can't vote in the battleground state.  A dozen staffers — including Obama Ohio spokeswoman Olivia Alair.  This idea that the rules don’t apply to them is pandemic, here’s another case of that kind of infection. Hall adviser fired, linked to Ohio voting fraud probe.  
An Ohio official decided there was a need for a new voting machine rule.  Why?  Because poll workers were taking voting machines home for safekeeping.  They were taking them home?  You gotta be kidding me!  So, Ohio's elections chief is reconsidering a plan to prohibit poll workers from taking voting machines home for safekeeping.  Amazing, why would he do that?  After all, there's no possibility of fraud there.  Is there?  And if there was that possibility, no one would take advantage of it.  Would they?  Okay, let's all join hands, waving them above our heads, stand in a circle and sing Kumbaya.  I'll won't be there, but please enjoy the delusion!

As for the machines themselves?  
  1. Ohio Voting Machines Contained Programming Error That Dropped Votes.  Premier (formerly Diebold) has admitted to a software flaw in its GEMS system used in 34 states that can cause votes to be dropped while being transferred from memory cards to a central tallying point.  This flaw has existed for at least 10 years….
  2. 100+ Diebold voting machines available now on EBay.  You really can get anything on EBay, even electronic voting machines proved to be easy to corrupt for purposes of voting fraud.  Brad Friedman of the Brad Blog first noticed that "more than 10" AccuVote-TS voting machines, built by Diebold, were being sold on the online auction site for the buy-it-now price of $1,200 (plus $50 shipping and handling).
  3. Diebold e-voting hack allows remote tampering.  The attack on the Diebold AccuVote TS electronic voting machine, which is now marketed by Election Systems & Software, relies on a small circuit board that an attacker inserts between the components connecting the touch screen of the device to its microprocessor.  The $10.50 card then controls the information flowing into the machine's internal processor, allowing attackers to change votes with almost no visible sign of what's taking place.
  4. Glitches galore as US votes.  Programming errors and inexperience with electronic voting machines frustrated poll workers in hundreds of precincts during Tuesday's US elections, delaying voters in Indiana and Ohio and forcing some in Florida to cast paper ballots instead.  In Cleveland, voters rolled their eyes as election workers fumbled with new touchscreen machines that they couldn't get to start properly.  "We got five machines — one of them's got to work," said Willette Scullank, a trouble-shooter from the Cuyahoga County elections board. 
  5. Brunner declares Ohio's voting systems vulnerable.  All of the voting systems used in Ohio have "critical security failures" that make them vulnerable to tampering and should be replaced with paper ballots counted at a central location, Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner concluded after a top-to-bottom review of the systems.........
In 2008 the U.S. Supreme Court rejected Ohio’s GOP efforts to fix voter fraud by overturning a federal appeals court that had ordered Ohio’s top elections official to do more to help counties verify voter eligibility.  They never ruled on the merits of the case.
“Instead, they said they were granting Brunner’s request because it appears that the law does not allow private entities, like the Ohio GOP, to file suit to enforce the provision of the law at issue………..“What they dealt with was a technicality on whether we had standing or not to bring the action.”………….About 200,000 of 666,000 voters who have registered in Ohio since Jan. 1 have records that don’t match.
This was one of the most important legal cases over this issue, and yet the Supreme Court did not rule on the merits.  A case where.....
 “the U.S. Department of Justice turned a blind eye to justice.  Rampant voter fraud may well result.  Now the district court cannot force Ohio's Secretary of State to enforce federal elections laws that she is flagrantly ignoring.”
How could this happen? We know now the Justice Department is filled with treasonous bureaucrats who've twisted the law to suit their own ends, and none of those ends had anything to do with justice, and many of their acts have been clearly illegal  Does that sound like a conspiracy to anyone other than mee.

Now,  let’s take a look at the makeup of the 2008 U.S. Supreme Court.

Justices included more Constitutional Justices: Scalia, Thomas and Alito. Then there were Justices who seem to have a lot of trouble defining crap from Shinola: Roberts and Kennedy.  Finally, the three leftwing “I make the law based on my ideologically” loons: Ginsberg, Breyer and John Paul Stevens.   Is it any wonder such an incompetent, and in my opinion corrupt, ruling was rendered?

Stevens, Breyer, Scalia and Kennedy are gone.  Two were replaced by Obama, one of which is an even loonier loon than either Breyer or Stevens:  Sotomayor. The other was replaced with a not quite as loony a loon:  Kagan.  

Two Constitutional Justices, replaced Scalia and Kennedy:  Gorsuch and Kavanaugh. The nation is a lot safer at this point.  Elections have consequences, and there seems to be no end to it in sight. 
 
Why won’t the Department of Justice investigate this? They claim:
“The department remains committed to vigorous enforcement of the federal laws passed by Congress that protect the right to vote, the worth of votes honestly cast and the integrity of this country’s elections”
Yet in reality that’s just mumbo jumbo butt protection, CYA jargon. 
Lawyers pointed to Ohio and Wisconsin, where the Justice Department has decided against requiring state officials to confirm voters' identities by releasing their names to local election authorities as "difficult to fathom."  "At issue in both states are thousands of voters whose names did not match listed Social Security and driver's license numbers in other government databases, or otherwise did not pass identity verification standards.  "This appears to be a dereliction of the department's obligations to enforce federal law," 
The facts in this article are predicated on articles I’ve been saving for many years.  But what really piqued my interest was what I believed was the obviously fraudulent election of Senator Al Franken, who defeated Republican incumbent Norm Coleman. 

All done so with mysterious votes that kept being beamed in from outer space.   A pattern that’s repeated over and over again in favor of Democrats.  Has anything changed since then?  Yes, and this article may not be as up do date as I would like, but the thrust of it, and the danger it represents is exactly right on. 

Solution.  Everyone votes on the same day, everyone has to show I.D. Everyone has to be registered at least 30 days before the election, everyone must be a citizen, everyone must do it at the polls, no absentee ballots except for Americans serving the nation overseas.  Raise the voting age to 30.  

And a whole new list of judges that think the Constitution really is the law that governs government.   

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