Dead Peoples Vote Matters Too!

In a previous article, I asked the question “Are Democrats Counting on Voter Fraud?”  The article had a lot of reads and shares.  Most of the feedback was positive, except one Democrat troll who insisted that there is no evidence of voter fraud!

I wonder what he would say now? Why do you ask?  You guessed it; they got busted.

A few weeks ago, a voter registration application came across the desk of a clerk in Harrisonburg, VA which caught their eye.  The name on the registration application was for Richard Allen Claybrook, Sr.

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Mr. Claybrook was a former Fairfax County elementary school principal and World War II veteran, and get this — he died in 2014.

But that is not all!  Eighteen fraudulent applications were also turned in for deceased individuals.  How were these dearly departed people able to register to vote?  And who was doing this? was the question on everyone’s mind.

Well, allow me to introduce you to Andrew Spieles, a student at James Madison University, who worked as the “Lead Organizer” for the pro-Hillary pro-Democrat voter registration group HarrisonburgVOTES.

The young Spieles confessed to re-registering 19 deceased Virginians to vote in the 2016 election cycle.

HarrisonburgVOTES claims to be a “non-partisan” voter registration organization in Harrisonburg, VA and the surrounding areas.

The “About Us” section of the now offline HarrisonburgVOTES web page stated their goal was to register 25,000 new voters for the upcoming election cycle…though they site didn’t say how many of the new voters would be deceased.

Joseph Fitzgerald, who founded the group, and is also the former Mayor of Harrisonburg and the current Chairman of the Sixth Congressional District for the Democrat Committee responded to the news with shock and awe.

Fitzgerald told reporters, of course, that his organization had no knowledge of Spieles’s actions and gave him the ax after he was busted.   Yea, right!

Fitzgerald went on to say, “He’s [Spieles] smart, and he understands the [political] process. Who the hell knows what his motivations were?”

Bet I can guess.  It was voter fraud!  HarrisonburgVOTES wanted to have a bunch of dead people registered who then cast their lot for Hillary.  I can’t prove it, but it is a pretty good hunch.

William Howell, the Republican speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, told the Post that this is proof that voter fraud is a serious problem.

“Oftentimes we hear our Democratic colleagues suggest that voter fraud doesn’t exist in Virginia, or it’s a myth,” said Howell. “This is proof that voter fraud not only exists but is ongoing and is a threat to the integrity of our elections.” 

Other than the shock and awe as a result of this revelation, how are Democrats responding?  By passing the buck and laying the blame on this kid.  They point their fingers elsewhere.  And my favorite from Democrat House Minority Leader Comrade David Toscana,

““First of all, there was no voter fraud—they caught him. Nobody cast a vote. There’s still no evidence of that going on in the state. But there is evidence every time you turn around that the Republicans are trying to make it more difficult for citizens to vote in elections.”

So there it is again.  The deflection.  It’s Republicans fault.  They demand voters have proper legal identification, be American citizens and, needless to say, be alive and breathing before they are allowed to vote.  The horror!


Jerry Johnson

Jerry Johnson was the former Director of the Apologetics Group and President of Nicene Council. He was the senior writer/researcher for numerous documentaries including the best-selling Amazing Grace: The History & Theology of Calvinism. In the 1990s he served as Executive Director of the Christian Coalition of Hillsborough County Florida. He currently holds an M.A. in Christian Studies and a M. Phil. in Christian Apologetics. He lives with his wife of nearly 30 years and has four children and four grandchildren.

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