Monday, September 17, 2012

Biased news media covers up voter fraud. Every liberal pitches in to help the Democrats.

On Saturday, September 1st, the Kentucky Enquirer printed a story about voter fraud written by two people who work for News21, a group that claims to be a national investigative reporting project funded by the Carnegie Corp. of New York, the same group that produced the report they were writing about. If that doesn’t raise any questions about the lack of objectivity I don’t know what would. Needless to say the story denied the existence of widespread voter fraud. One part of the story, in particular, did a complete whitewash on illegal voting by convicted felons. Because I closely follow elections results I sent the following email to David Holthaus and Krista Ramsey on the Enquirer Editorial Board. Needless to say, I never got a reply and my letter never got published.

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Seeing the source of the story Voter fraud fairly uncommon, in the Enquirer should be enough to explain the bias and lack of accuracy. The paragraph that stands out concerns Felons voting illegally. What database were they looking at that showed only 74 cases of illegal felon votes? Did they ignore the events in Minnesota 4 years ago when at least 341 convicted felons voted and tipped the election to Democrat Al Franken? 

Fox News ran this story on July 12, 2010: The six-month election recount that turned former "Saturday Night Live" comedian Al Franken into a U.S. senator may have been decided by convicted felons who voted illegally in Minnesota's Twin Cities. 

That's the finding of an 18-month study conducted by Minnesota Majority, a conservative watchdog group, which found that at least 341 convicted felons in largely Democratic Minneapolis-St. Paul voted illegally in the 2008 Senate race between Franken, a Democrat, and his Republican opponent, then-incumbent Sen. Norm Coleman. 

The final recount vote in the race, determined six months after Election Day, showed Franken beat Coleman by 312 votes -- fewer votes than the number of felons whose illegal ballots were counted, according to Minnesota Majority's newly released study, which matched publicly available conviction lists with voting records.

Biased, inaccurate stories on voter fraud come from biased journalists.
Following this email I just read in the Charlotte (N.C.) Observer
A Raleigh-based group devoted to reducing the potential for voter fraud presented the N.C. Board of Elections on Friday with a list of nearly 30,000 names of dead people statewide who are still registered to vote.
The Voter Integrity Project compiled the list after obtaining death records from the state Department of Public Health from 2002 to March 31 and comparing them to the voter rolls.
“Mainly, what we’re concerned about is the potential [for fraud],” said project director Jay DeLancy. “Since there is no voter ID law in North Carolina, anybody can walk in and claim to be anyone else.”
The election this November are crucial to the survival of our Constitutional Republic, we must all do everything possible to ensure that illegal voting does not happen. Please tell me what you are doing about this.
In decades past the Democrats have written the book on How To Steal An Election. In many Democratic precincts it has even become a running joke to Vote Early and Vote Often. This year the results are crucial to have as much of an honest vote as possible. The fate of our Republic is at risk.


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