No matter how much we all might disagree about the issues and the candidates, I hope the one thing that we all agree on is that the meaning of our votes are not diluted or diminished by voter fraud, election fraud or voter intimidation. Unfortunately, there have already been multiple incidents of electronic voting machine errors, a Nevada woman has been arrested by the FBI for voting twice and 200 fraudulent voter registrations were discovered in Ohio including one for Adolf Hitler. There is no evidence indicating that there are any connections to these troubling events that are occurring across the country.
Adolf Hitler Registers To Vote In Ohio
Hamilton County, Ohio officials have identified more than 200 voter registrations that appear to be fraudulent including one in the name of Adolf Hitler. (Voter Registration Fraud) All 200 suspect voter registrations had been submitted by Fieldworks, a Washington D.C. based group that self-identifies as registering voters primarily for the Democratic party.
Just last month, a 21-year-old man working for Fieldworks pleaded guilty by reason of insanity on charges that he forged signatures on ballot petitions. Three Fieldworks employees have also been fired in Cleveland and there is another case going on in Cincinnati.
Nevada Woman Arrested In Nevada After Voting Twice
Roxanne Rubin started her day by voting in Henderson, Nevada, had a nice lunch and then decided that her morning had been so nice that she would repeat it again by voting again in Las Vegas. Election officials say they saw her name in the database and did not allow her to vote again. Rubin was arrested by FBI agents and has been charged with a felony.
Threatening Letters Sent To Republicans Across Florida
Federal authorities are investigating fake letters sent to Republicans across the key swing state of Florida in recent weeks, apparently aiming to dissuade them from voting.
The letters, which appeared official at first glance, pretended to be from the office of the Florida supervisor of elections. They stated that the recipient’s citizenship is in question, and must be cleared up in person before Election Day.
The letter also stated, “A non-registered voter who casts a vote in the state of Florida may be subject to arrest, imprisonment and/or other criminal sanctions.”
It’s believed that the intention was to give the recipient a false impression that they are not eligible to vote or to create confusion among voters. The phony letters were postmarked in Seattle and did not include a return address. (Fox Report)
United Nations Observers Heading To United States
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is sending 44 election monitors to the U.S., including from countries like Azerbaijan, Albania and Kyrgyzstan. The states of Iowa and Texas have both threatened to have the monitors arrested if they get too close to polling places.
Attorney Jay Sekulow, chief counsel for the American Center For Law & Justice, also pointed out that these groups are there in connection with Democrats’ concerns over voter ID laws leading to voter suppression.
“These groups are coordinating with the NAACP and Project Vote, which is an ACORN group. … (International observers) have been there since 2002 – they skipped 2008, I guess they thought that one wasn’t going to be so close. They’re here at this one because this is going to be a close election,” he said.
Sekulow said the notion of international observers at a U.S. election is “absurd,” and the situation sounds like a ‘Borat’ movie script.
Voting Machine Irregularities
Voting machines in Nevada, Ohio and North Carolina have been removed for inspection after they were reported as entering a vote for Obama whether or the vote was cast for Obama or not.
One woman in Marion County, Ohio said she selected Mitt Romney, but instead Barack Obama’s name was selected. She said she attempted several times before it finally selected the candidate she wanted.
Officials in battleground state blame human error for the mistakes and say it’s technically impossible to pre-program the machines.