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Democratic Vote Fraudsters CAUGHT in Indiana With 45,000 Applications

Democratic spinsters have long attempted to downplay and demean the very notion that voter fraud occurs in the United States.

The reasoning is simple:  The democrats and other progressive types have long relied on fringe groups of voter to maintain what little semblance of power that they still hold.  Whether it be illegal immigrants, felons, the long-deceased, or just completely made-up citizens, the democrats would have one hell of a time getting and staying elected if the voting laws that are already on the books were enforced.

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We’ve seen several iterations on this theory over the course of the last major election in 2016.  Numerous tales of zombie voters were told across the nation, as democratic ballot-busters rose from their dirt nap in order to cast votes in the precinct that they left behind long ago.  Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe worked long and hard to reinstate voting rights for tens of thousands of felons in his state ahead of the election, knowing full well that a vast majority of these newly freed criminals would vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.

Now, a story has emerged from Indiana that is as terrifying as any in the realm of voter fraud, as a dozen democratic operatives are being charged in a massive scandal that could have implications for 45,000 voters.

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“Prosecutors allege that 11 temporary workers employed by the Indiana Voter Registration Project created and submitted an unknown number of falsified applications. According to a probable cause affidavit, a supervisor for those canvassers, Holiday Burke, was also charged, as was the group.

“Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said State Police found no evidence of voter fraud or voter suppression and that the charges against the workers arose from ‘a very bad, ill-advised business practice’ of setting canvassers what appears to be a daily quota.

“The Indiana Voter Registration Project’s effort to register primarily black voters was overseen by Patriot Majority USA, which has ties to the Democratic Party, including Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and former President Bill Clinton.

“Patriot Majority has denied any wrongdoing. Spokesman Bill Buck on Friday declined to comment.

“State Police began investigating the group in August after a clerk in Hendricks County near Indianapolis flagged about a dozen registration forms that had missing or suspicious information. That investigation expanded to 56 counties where Patriot Majority said it had collected about 45,000 voter registration applications before last November’s election.”

Even after this extraordinary example has been exposed to the general public, we are sure to hear the old democratic standard reply that voter fraud isn’t a true threat to our electoral process.

Meanwhile, republicans have been consistently working to enforce voting laws across the nation, as they understand the severity of the issue at hand.  Voting is a sacred right of the American people, and a practice that separates our great nation from the dictatorial woes of nations such as North Korea.  When operating at its full, legal potential, our electoral system is a thing of beauty.  When tarnished, however, it becomes nightmare fuel for those who believe in the American Dream.

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