Democrats Trying to Win Election in Traditional Manner


Democrats never change.  News from the Illinois county to my east:



Voter ID laws are racist. Asking questions about people during the voter registration process is xenophobia. If you reduce early voting periods you’re suppressing minorities. All in all, Democrats know that voter fraud is essentially an illusion created by Republicans in an effort to ensure that only rich white people get to vote. That’s why I’m sure that this story out of the Land of Lincoln can’t possibly be correct. (USA Politics)

The Kankakee County Attorney’s office is investigating at least three cases of voter fraud where people were offered bribes for voting.

In addition, State’s Attorney Jamie Boyd said, “several” vote-by-mail applications have been mailed in from people who live outside the county, The Daily Journal is reporting.

“This unprecedented action was taken in response to reports of individuals from Chicago offering gifts to potential voters in exchange for a vote for Kate Cloonen, Hillary Clinton and others,” Boyd said in the news release. “Our office takes seriously the obligation to protect the rights of citizens to vote for the candidate of their choice, and to do so without undue influence from special interest groups.

There was a time (back in the bad old days) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin when unscrupulous politicians would literally drive around and round up homeless people or those who were simply down on their luck and offer them a few bucks to go register to vote and cast a ballot for the politician looking to make the deal. In some cases it wasn’t even cash, but packs of cigarettes. You’re probably thinking that we’re talking about the Great Depression here (and I’m sure that went on, particularly in New York City) but we’re actually talking about two elections ago.


Go here to read the rest.  We are often told that vote fraud is unimportant.  I doubt it.  Democrats obviously don’t think so.  They fight any and all measures to require voters to give ID when they vote.  They know that voter fraud is rampant and that they benefit from almost all of it.

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  1. There is the story`that an election was going poorly for the Democrats by late election day. A boss was asked if he was worried. He responded “No, the outlying cemeteries have not reported yet.”

  2. As a general rule, almost everything Democrats say they are for, they are actually against. Conversely, almost everything they say they are against, they are actually for. As an example, honesty is not something they are actually for, except in rare circumstances. Listening to a Democrat in one of those brief moments of honesty reminds me of the scene in the original version of Bedazzled where the devil tells Dudley Moore that everything he’s ever said is a lie, including that. Dudley asks, “Including what?” The devil responds: “Including that everything I’ve ever said is a lie. Believe me.”

  3. It’s all part of the fundamental corruption in the Democrat Party. Free stuff and voter fraud is the beginning and end of their strategy. And since most Democrats pay no taxes it is our “privilege” to make this all possible. It is a better racket that the mafia. Just another reason for Trump’s popularity. And to make matters even worse this is the primary party of the Catholic clergy.

  4. The problem now is that the intramural culture of the Democratic Party is such that there is no internal resistance to vote fraud. ACORN types can appear at polling places impersonating people they know from their canvassing have moved, can register fictitious individuals, and can mail in absentee ballots for people they know have moved or who are fictitious. Now we’re facing the problem of hacked and rigged tabulations due to the witless application of technology. Years ago, I read an article in an academic journal by a computer science professor making the case that you cannot improve on paper ballots, but his argument was lost on our technofetishist politicians (who also gave you electronic medical records, another problematic application).

    A dozen years ago, I’d have told you that tabulation fraud of the sort Mark Crispin Miller was writing about was nonsense (and John Kerry thought Miller was hawking nonsense). It would require collusion by hundreds of local elected officials in New York, working across party lines. All this (wholly unnecessary) postal voting makes fraud something you can readily accomplish. And the neuralgic reaction of Democratic pols to voter ID laws (replicated by their seals in comboxes) strongly suggests that such would interfere with the modus operandi of street level activists. The reaction has consisted entirely of status games and the impugning of motives, so you know they’ve been up to no good.

  5. I meant to say that ACORN types can undertake the fraud, and the media will ignore it or propagate DNC pr. Rank-and-file Democrats will just say it’s the ‘right wing noise machine’ complaining. The culture of the Democratic Party does not admit of fixed rules of competition and impartial referees. What’s ‘fair’ is what gets us what we want.

  6. Oh good grief, you are not kidding! My friends in the nursing homes told me they voted for Obama because the “other guy” would take away their social security. I wish I had enough $ to take out a TV ad “Hey senior citizens, the other guy will NOT take away your social security check!!!!”

    And I thought the citizens of NC “voted” for voter ID but it was squashed. I was just asked to verify what was on the books, but not a single request for identification.

  7. Interesting is the role played by the renowned Knights of Malta (The Sovereign Military and Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta).

    Lepanto was fought only 16 years after the Knights had victoriously withstood the sultans’ massive, well-armed, well-supplied armies in the Famous Siege of Malta.

    The knights deployed but three galleys in the action, having recently suffered a grave defeat. Those three galleys (oared warships, the Christians had 212 galleys, six galleasses, and 24 large sail transports; the Turks had 250 galleys) were granted the honor due the Knights by being placed at the extreme right of the Christian formation. They were attacked by a squadron of Turks. One Knight’s ship, after a hard fight, was captured and being towed away when it was recovered in a fierce counterattack. Only three Christians/Knights survived and they were senseless from their wounds. Over 300 dead Turks were on board.
    The Christians won through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary and their skillful courageous aggressiveness.
    The combination of the victories at Malta and Lepanto spelled the end of the Muslim threat to the central and western Med. Our Lady of Victory, pray for us.

    The knights’ galleys were always well maintained, well-armed, and manned with knights whose vows caused them to fight to the death the infidel wherever and whenever found. Their courage and efficiency were rightly renowned by both Christians and the ever-expansive Turk.
    Our Lady of the Rosary pray for us.
    A prayer (I say) before the Rosary. “O Queen of the Holy Rosary, you have deigned to come to Fatima to reveal to the three shepherd children the treasures of grace hidden in the Rosary. Inspire my heart with a sincere love of this devotion, in order that by meditating on the Mysteries of our Redemption which are recalled in it, I may be enriched with its fruits and obtain peace for the World; the conversion of sinners and of America; and the favor which I ask of you in this Rosary. […] I ask it for the greater glory of God; for your own honor and for the good of souls, especially for my own. Amen.”
    “O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”

  8. Arghhhh This comment was intended to be for the Lepanto post, and Lepanto was 6 years (not 16) after the famous Siege of Malta, which saved all of Europe from the Turk. If Malta fell, then Sicily fell, then the Turk would invade Italy from the north and the south from Sicily, the gateway to Italy.

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