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“Voter Terrorism”
November 8th, 2005 10:16 pm

That’s what Detroit NAACP member Wendell Anthony called it. I happen to be on the road this week in Detroit and was watching the local news to see the results of the Mayoral election and saw a clip (sorry I don’t have a copy online yet) of Reverend Anthony trotting out the typical run-of-the-mill “Republicans disenfranchise blacks” claims. He actually claimed that Republican monitors were committing “voter terrorism”. The Left’s hyperbole has reached new limits as their fraud becomes more evident with each passing election. Apparently they don’t like being exposed.

Three problems with Anthony’s claims:

1. The candidate, Freman Hendrix, that is challenging the black incumbent, Kwame Kilpatrick… is also BLACK. (Maybe he’s just not black enough!)

2. Evidence of Detroit absentee voter fraud has already been found

3. And the FBI has been investigating allegations of fraud involving registrations in Wayne County.

The NAACP filed suit and a judge granted the group a restraining order against challengers at polling locations stating they couldn’t talk to voters. Glad it took a restraining order since that was already illegal.

The Democrats have created a nice little voter fraud niche exploiting blacks. Commit fraud, then claim racism if anyone questions it.

I saw the process firsthand in Philadelphia last year. The Democrats will go into heavily minority districts and generate many fake registrations, use the absentee process to fraudulently vote and encourage folks who voted absentee to vote again on election day also. Then, when the Republicans send volunteers into polling places on election day, armed with lists of “potential fraudulent” registrations and lists of those who’ve already voted, to challenge any voters who use one of the flagged registrations or show up on the “already voted” list, the Democrats claim racism and disenfranchisement.

Those voters who are challenged are able to still cast a provisional ballot, which require verification before being counted.

Notice how the racism claims (and now terrorist claims) only arise in close elections or those where the Democrat is not winning? Are there any big calls for Justice Department Investigations tonight in Virginia or New Jersey? The Democrats aren’t interested in a fair electoral process. They’re interested in winning. Period. “By any means necessary”.

Update: Well, whaddya know… It appears Kwame Kilpatrick scored a “surprising” come-from-behind victory, by a margin of 13,908 votes… while “U.S. attorney’s office on behalf of the FBI requested that the city preserve at least 42,000 absentee ballots, applications and ballot envelopes so the agency could investigate allegations … that the names of dead people were used to cast absentee ballots, that ballots were sent out improperly and that there was improper assistance given by the city clerk’s staff to people incapable of voting.” Of course, with this new “suprising” election outcome, I suspect we’ll hear an end to Democrats’ worries of “voter terrorism”. Just something about their candidates winning that seems to ease their cares about “rampant voter fraud” and a “wholesale faulty electoral systems”. Imagine that.

UPDATE 2: Looks like the DNC was full force behind the Kwame fraud too. Look at all the Democrats in Congress that threw money into this “local” Detroit’s Mayoral race….

  • Sheila J. Lee for Congress, Houston, $2,500.
  • Danny K. Davis for Congress, Chicago., $1,000.
  • Don Payne for Congress, Newark, N.J., $1,000.
  • Nancy Pelosi for Congress, San Francisco, $1,000.
  • Hastings for Congress, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., $500.
  • Julia Carson for Congress, Indianapolis, $500.
  • Wynn for Congress, Washington, D.C., $1,000.
  • Cummings for Congress, Baltimore, $1,000.
  • Friends of Jim Clyburn, Columbia, S.C., $1,000.
  • Nita Lowey for Congress, White Plains, N.Y., $499.
  • Schakowsky for Congress, Evanston, Ill., $1,000.
  • Stephanie T. Jones for U.S. Congress, University Heights, Ohio, $2,500.
  • Meeks for Congress, Springfield Gardens, N.Y., $1,000.

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