Rampant Voter Fraud Alleged In Minnesota–Happening in California?

Al Franken was elected to the U.S. Senate from Minnesota in 2008 via fraud—but it took the Minnesota authorities four years to prove the massive fraud.  Just the comedian is still in the Senate and the joke is on the American public.  His fraud proved you do not need an honest election to win.  Corruption, protected by the Justice Department of Obama, allows fraud.

“A new voter fraud case before the Minnesota Supreme Court claims 1,366 ineligible felons have cast at least 1,670 fraudulent votes in recent statewide elections, possibly tipping the outcome of close contests, including the 2008 U.S. Senate race.

The lawyers representing plaintiffs in the case have done a great deal of digging, and have come up with names, dates and places–illegal votes that likely swung Minnesota elections toward Democratic candidates. The illegal votes that plaintiffs have been able to document are only a small fraction of the actual total.”

Yet the same circumstances—fraud, with names, elected Loretta Sanchez over Bob Dornan almost twenty years ago, to Congress.  Fraud by Democrats is approved—our online registration program and the DMV registration program for illegal aliens means California should always expect corruption in the voting process.

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Rampant Voter Fraud Alleged In Minnesota

John Hinderaker, Powerline,  7/1/16

Same day registration and other liberal “reforms” have made it easy for ineligible voters to cast ballots in many states. When law-abiding citizens point out that liberal policies enable voter fraud, the left’s response is always that 1) voter fraud hardly ever happens, so 2) you must be a racist. Typically subtle liberal argumentation.

Here in Minnesota, a case is pending in our Supreme Court that challenges same day registration and various actions by our Democratic Secretary of State that have enabled illegal voting. I haven’t yet had time to evaluate the plaintiffs’ legal arguments, but the factual allegations are explosive:

A new voter fraud case before the Minnesota Supreme Court claims 1,366 ineligible felons have cast at least 1,670 fraudulent votes in recent statewide elections, possibly tipping the outcome of close contests, including the 2008 U.S. Senate race.

The lawyers representing plaintiffs in the case have done a great deal of digging, and have come up with names, dates and places–illegal votes that likely swung Minnesota elections toward Democratic candidates. The illegal votes that plaintiffs have been able to document are only a small fraction of the actual total:

Court papers demonstrate how the incomplete list of ineligible voters provided to local election officials routinely allows felons, wards of the state, immigrants [who are not citizens] and other ineligible persons to register and vote.

“The 1,366 identified felons who have been permitted to vote is believed to be only a fraction of the true total,” the 110 page court petition filed by MVA and former Rep. Kirk Stensrud states. “Cooperation from the Secretary of State would have allowed for a more complete accounting of the number of ineligible persons who have been permitted to vote.”

Minnesota’s Secretary of State, Steve Simon, has tried to frustrate investigation into illegal voting by refusing to turn over either to polling places or to the plaintiffs in the lawsuit the complete list, which the state maintains, of those who have lost their voting rights. It is hard to see any possible reason why this list should be a secret, other than the Democrats’ desire that convicted felons, who overwhelmingly vote their way, get away with voting illegally.

This fact is particularly explosive:

MVA found 941 ineligible felons who were allowed to vote in 2008 alone, exceeding the 312 vote margin separating DFL candidate Al Franken and GOP Sen. Norm Coleman after a grueling recount.

This is stunning. It was Franken’s razor-thin “victory” over incumbent Senator Norm Coleman that allowed the Democrats to ram Obamacare down the throats of the American people. If we assume that 80% of the 941 ineligible felons voted for Al Franken–a conservative assumption, as nearly all convicted felons are Democrats–then Franken’s victory is attributable to voter fraud. And the 941 ineligible votes are just a fraction of those that could have been identified if the Democratic Secretary of State had not stonewalled, refusing to turn over the full list of ineligible voters.

This is a blockbuster story. I don’t yet have an opinion on how the legal case will turn out. Plaintiffs allege that the Secretary of State’s implementation of same day registration violates the Minnesota Constitution, Minnesota statutes, and the principle of separation of powers. The Minnesota Supreme Court may or may not ultimately uphold those legal claims. But, if it is true that more than 1,600 fraudulent votes have been identified by voter name, date and poll location, the Left’s claim that voter fraud is essentially non-existent is blown sky-high. And Al Franken should be turned out of the Senate.

 

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Comments

  1. Really??? says

    Los Angeles CBS station Ch. 2 did an investigation years back about voter registration and found massive fraud in Los Angeles. They turned over their well done investigation to the State of California. The result? The Democrats ignored registrations tied to vacant lots, and 20 or more tied to a single family house with 2 bedrooms.

    Ch. 2 did another investigation just a year back. The fraud is rampant.

    Result? The Mayor of L.A. refused to crack down on this, and Gov. Brown and the Democrat Majority in Sacramento refused to even acknowledge the investigation.

    Stupid is as Stupid does.

  2. Gary Lane says

    Reminds me of Lyndon Johnson’s Senate race, with “ghost voters” electing him from the death rolls.

  3. Democrats will do anything to stay in power. Too much money involved for them to ever clean up the voting rolls.

  4. Mike McD says

    Frankness greatest role was in the movie Trading Places – where he played a buffoon (naturally) who joked in the foreground while the bad guy (a caucasian male) was raped by a gorilla in the background.
    Kind of a metaphor for his election and tenure in the Senate…
    But then POTUS Barry ‘on the down low’ Soetoro never even made the ballot in Indiana in 2008 (the fraud was so great they put a phony copy of the Governors signature on the petition) = and although the Demi-Krat politicos who engineered the Fraud went to prison, doubtless Barry will pardon them for their aid in Fundamentally Transforming the nation in to an Abomination.

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