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Deception Known as Voter Fraud

Fraud: Noun, deliberate deception to secure unfair or unlawful gain, or to deprive a victim of legal right.

Following the all important mid term elections of 2018, we have all seen the headlines and stories. Let us look at one of the many examples.
While scrolling on Facebook, I came across this headline from the Tribune News Service written by Christine Condon which read, “Georgia 670 ballots in a precinct with 276 voters.”
Wow! The story goes on to advise, “this equals a 243% turn out.”
Various issues uncovered. Voters showing up to their designated poling places per the Board of Elections website only to be advised they vote elsewhere. A husband and wife who live at the same address being informed that they vote at two different polling places. This we know is false. My wife Mandy, our step son Elijah and I all went to vote together. 0615 hours at Highland Springs High School. We each stepped to the table together and recited the same address in Henrico County. We all voted together because we all live together.
In this a 2018 mid term Georgia example, many samples of voter system malfunctions and irregularities. These issues should raise alarms with officials, political parties, candidates and voters. Something terrible is wrong at a systematic level and not being taken seriously.
Secretary of State Brian Kemp from Georgia talks about setting up a bi partisan commission looking to make changes in 2020. But, what about this all important mid term?! The Democrats claimed Russian meddling in the 2016 Presidential election. They claim that social media ads were used to “influence voters”.
But, we have proof of domestic meddling here done by so called Americans.
Not convinced?! No problem, let us move along to the good old state of Florida. Broward County. Supervisor Brenda Snipes, who was the center of attention back in the 2016 Presidential election because of what?! Voter fraud. She stepped down from her position with the Board of Elections, re applied, was rehired. Smh, then she did the same thing she did in 2016 here in 2018.
The Democrats say the Republicans suppress the vote. How so? By asking voters to produce identification? Everyone needs to have identification. As a voter, I am concerned. Do the voting machines really work? How many other states are having this issue? Will a change need to be instituted to stop mail in absentee ballots in the near future? Are the Democrats so afraid of Kanye West chillin with President Trump in his MAGA hat showing Black people the BLEXIT that they have to manipulate your vote at the poles? Makes me want to curl up with the dog on the couch and settle in for a good read of election law.

About Corey Fauconier

Corey “Sage” Fauconier is a native of Cambria Heights, Queens, New York who currently resides in Chesterfield County, Virginia. He is a graduate of Hampton University with a degree in Political Science (1994) and a Paralegal Studies Certificate (1996). Former Libertarian Candidate for Virginia State Senate (2017). First Black Communications Chair of the Libertarian Party (2016), Lobby Day Leader for the Virginia Citizens Defense League, second amendment supporter, volunteer with Generation Hip Hop VA and host of independent podcast Talks Over Drinks in Richmond, Virginia.

One Response to “Deception Known as Voter Fraud”

  1. Bob Shannon

    Mr Fauconier is spot on. In this day & age what we are watching ,it is simply beyond any other plausible explanation other than fraud.

    A complete overhaul of our election process is in order, at the Federal level. National standards need applied, same type ballots, same machines same, day for voting. For anyone to argue that a required photo id is absolutely necessary is beyond reason. of course a valid photo id should be mandatory.
    Any ballot not filled out properly should be discarded , any adult incapable of filling out properly such a simple form shouldn’t be voting. To suggest that we turn incorrectly filled out ballots over to a group of human beings to ” interpret” what the voters intentions were is preposterous on its face.
    Any ballot received after a deadline should be discarded.

    Yes indeed count all of the votes , but to jump through all of the hoops the lawyers set up to manipulate a outcome is a testament to how convoluted this entire process has become.
    Waiting for weeks after an election to know the outcome is ridiculous.
    Bob Shannon King William


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