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Photo ID Protects Seniors, Poor And Minorities

From the Daily Caller:

Voter ID rules protect seniors, minorities from fraudsters, says new study

Neil Munro | 08/02/2012

Criminal justice data shows that blacks and poor people are the most common victims of voter fraud and are the greatest beneficiaries of voter identification rules, according to a new study.

The courtroom evidence “completely contradicts the [progressive claim] that blacks, seniors, college students and other disadvantages groups are being victimized,” said Horace Cooper, an adjunct fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research.

“The truth is … [that] the criminals — more often than not — are Democrats violating the rights of people who tend to be black or senior,” he told The Daily Caller.

A large investigation in Virginia, for example, showed that 30 percent of fraud allegations were centered in Richmond, which has the highest percentage of African-Americans in the state. In the state a wide investigation of voter fraud produced criminal charges against 38 people.

Good voter identification procedures would reduce that fraudulent voting, and aid minorities most, Cooper said…

Cooper’s study highlighted cases where inadequate voter ID rules allowed political operatives to submit fraudulent votes under the names of local minorities.

Three times as many Democrats as Republicans have been charged with voter fraud, he said.

In Troy, New York, four Democratic officials have pled guilty to forging mail-in ballots. The fake ballots were submitted under the names of people who “live in low-income housing [because] there is a sense that they are a lot less likely to ask any questions. … What appears as a huge conspiracy to nonpolitical persons is really a normal political tactic,” Democratic Committeeman Anthony DeFiglio told the police as he plead guilty

Which could explain why both the President and the nation’s top law enforcement officer are doing everything in their power to protect voter fraud. They are Democrats.

And Democrats seem to believe they would never be able to hold on to power in fair and honest elections. And they are probably right.

But aren’t the ballots from minority and seniors poor people sacred? Do they like having their votes cancelled out by fraud?

Where is the outrage?

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Thursday, August 2nd, 2012. Comments are currently closed.

6 Responses to “Photo ID Protects Seniors, Poor And Minorities”

  1. GetBackJack

    Thank God I’m not dead. I don’t wanna vote for Obama.

  2. JohnMG

    …..”Criminal justice”……

    Coming from the Obama administration what else COULD it be termed, if not ‘criminal’?

  3. Right of the People

    I don’t know, I think we’re all victims of voter fraud. How else did Barry sleaze his way into his present gig?

  4. They’re going to get more and more desperate and really blow it on election day. The fraud will be so transparent and so rampant in November, we’ll be lucky if the votes will be verified and counted by inauguration day. If you thought Bush Gore was ugly, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

  5. beautyofreason

    There has been an effort over the past 50 years to alter the demographics of the country to insure that there are more Democratic voters at the public trough. When their chosen progeny fail to vote they resort to fraud – or necromancy, apparently.

  6. AndyN

    I’m not sure victim is the right term. If democrats are the ones most commonly committing these crimes, and the people who they’re voting in the name of live in low income and minority areas which, statistics suggest that if those people voted in their own name they’d vote democrat anyway. They’re not being harmed by having somebody else cast the vote they’d cast themselves. The rest of us, on the other hand, are definitely harmed by democrats stuffing ballot boxes, not just with votes in the name of people who could vote themselves but don’t, but with votes in the names of the dead and the legally disenfranchised. Of course the dems don’t care about this.


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