‘Nonexistent’ voter fraud surfaces in critical battleground state of Ohio

VoteThe far-left publication, Mother Jones, ran a column, “UFO Sightings Are More Common Than Voter Fraud,” prior to the November election insisting “there’s no evidence” of rampant voter fraud in the country.

Time and again, the left perpetuates the myth that voter fraud is a non-issue, adamantly pushing for as wide open a process as possible when it comes to casting a ballot — so everyone’s “vote counts.”

And should Republicans dare balk at such a notion, they’re labeled as racists out to suppress the minority vote.

All in all, it’s a pretty effective racket the left has going. Besides, if you truly believe what you are doing is “right,” how can it be fraud?

As a case in point, consider Democrat Melowese Richardson, an official poll worker in the critical battleground state of Ohio. It was widely accepted that the eventual winner of the 2012 presidential election would have to carry Ohio, and there is evidence that Richardson may have cast as many as six votes in November.

Richardson, a staunch Obama supporter, candidly admited that she voted twice in the last election, yet she insisted she has done nothing wrong.

According to county documents, Richardson voted by absentee ballot and then voted at a precinct because she was afraid her absentee ballot would not be counted in time, according to Cincinnati’s Channel 9.

“There’s absolutely no intent on my part to commit voter fraud,” Richardson said.

So there you have it. Nothing to see here folks, just move along.

Except that she also sent in an absentee ballot for her granddaughter, who must have “forgot” and voted again at the precinct. And three other registered voters at Richardson’s address sent in absentee ballots at the same time, all with similar handwriting.

Richardson vows to fight the charges “for Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States.”

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