Who’s encouraging voter fraud, again?
After I noted that Greene County’s Republican attorneys were chasing down voting information on those who recently registered and requested an absentee ballot in that county, klynn found evidence of a “Young Republican” in that county laying out a plan to encourage vote fraud (in case that post disappears, I took this screen shot at around 1:38PM). The post claims that,
“I’ve called all my friends in Georgia and Alaska (states that are clearly leaning Republican) and had them register to vote (using the local YMCA’s address) and to apply for an absentee ballot so the ballot will be sent to their homes in GA and AK.”
In other words, this self-described Republican claims he (or she) was encouraging friends to commit vote fraud.
Also, there’s this:
McCain supporters heckle early voters.
On Sunday, the Washington Times’s Christina Bellantoni stopped by a polling place in North Carolina, where she reported that a “group of loud and angry protestors” — almost all of whom were white — were shouting and mocking voters — nearly all of whom were black. Bellatoni noted that people “were shouting about Obama’s acknowledged cocaine use as a young man, abortion and one man used the word ‘terrorist.’ They also were complaining that Sundays are for church, not voting.”
So Republicans are outlining, in public, their plans to commit actual voter fraud and they’re showing up to polling places and heckling people who are going to cast their votes…but we’re all supposed to believe that it’s the Democrats who are disrespecting our democracy?
What kind of idiots do they take us for?