SEIU ♡s gliched-up elections

Corrupt vote-fraud O-perps never get enough


(video from ALGNewsNetwork)
Isn’t it amazing that, whenever there is some sort of controversy involving voter registration fraud, or other election shenanigans, somewhere lurking in the shadows is the Purple Hand of the SEIU? Of course, it could be merely a coincidence…if one believes in coincidences. Or, it could be something bigger, and much more nefarious.

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been cataloging some of the “coincidences” leading up to next week’s mid-term elections. Here’s the recap:
In Milwaukee, a SEIU lobbyist brags about a hatchet job the union is planning on Republican Scott Walker on behalf of Democrat Tom Barrett, with media cooperation.

In Washington state, an SEIU member was arrested for allegedly forging signatures on petitions

In Harris County, TX a group run by a former SEIU staffer allegedly turned in over 23,000 fraudulent voter registrations. Note: The situation seems to have deteriorated further as actual voting has begun.

In Arizona, the SEIU (and affiliated groups) allegedly signed up 20,000 voters and was involved in get out the vote early rallies where it is possible that ballots from undocumented immigrants were sent in.

Ironically, on Tuesday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals threw out Arizona’s requirement that citizen’s show proof of citizenship in order to vote.
Now, let us cover what has happened over the last week:
In Colorado, 6,000 voter registrations were canceled under Colorado’s 20-day rule. The SEIU and SEIU-affiliated groups sought a preliminary injunction to reactivate the canceled registrations.

In Yuma, Arizona, Mi Familia Vota (a group connected to the SEIU and whose national treasurer is SEIU’s Eliseo Medina) and One Vote Arizona turned in more than 3,000 voter registrations, of which 65% were invalid. Yuma County [AZ-7] is where Democrat (socialist) Raúl M. Grijalva is in a tight race against Republican Ruth McClung [h/t Jim Hoft].

On Tuesday, the Washington Examiner’s Mark Hemingway reported Nevada’s Clark County had voting machines that had Democrat Harry Reid’s name already checked. To make matters worse, the voting machine technicians are represented by the SEIU.
Again, this could all be purely coincidental. Then again, maybe it’s not.
(full story @ laborunionreport.com via redstate.com)

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Those "glitched-up elections" stories are not coincidental and they're also not true.

In Arizona, for example:
"Claims of Voter Registration Fraud Not True"

In Nevada, for another (This is from Fox5Las Vegas):
"Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax said those claims were "patently false" and said at no time did any of those voters report the incident to staff at their polling location.

"In fact, although over 160,000 people have voted early in Clark County, those allegations that have been made have gone directly to the media as opposed to election board officers," he said.

Lomax advised voters to be aware that touch-screens on the screens are sensitive. For that reason, a person may not want to have their fingers linger too long on the screen after they make a selection at any time.

"Especially in a community with elderly citizens (they have) difficulty in (casting their) ballot," Lomax said. "Team leaders said there were complaints (and the) race filled in."

If you care to check out the Colorado story, you'll probably find that that is another predictable smear by right-wingers who prefer banks to run this country rather than the people who work for a living ...

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