Obama’s joke about voter fraud is disgusting; talk about arrogant!

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Rallying votes for Democrat gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke, President Obama showed his arrogance and disregard for the United States election system.

What kind of a president jokes about voter fraud in Chicago, his adopted home city, and one of the most corrupt Democrat-dominated places in history?

“Because early voting runs through this Friday, you don’t have to wait until election day,” he said. “You can vote all week!”

“I mean you can only vote once,” he added. “This isn’t Chicago now.”

The Dems are pulling out all the stops for Burke, who is in a neck and neck race with conservative favorite Scott Walker.

Time reported:

Walker, who is reviled by Wisconsin Dems who tried to recall him after he pushed through union-busting legislation, was quick to note that Obama is the fourth Washington surrogate to campaign for Burke in recent weeks. Former President Bill Clinton packed a Hyatt ballroom with nearly 1,000 supporters for Burke last week. First Lady Michelle Obama has made two visits. And Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has also put in an appearance.

“I think it reflects the fact that she’s the candidate of Washington. We’re not bringing Washington surrogates in,” Walker told reporters after an event Tuesday in Wausau.

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