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By Thomas Madison
I am at a complete loss as to why more of these episodes of voter fraud have not disqualified Obama in the 2012 Presidential election in those various states and/or jurisdictions, thus disqualifying him completely. As I see it we don’t need an impeachment. Obama should be disqualified for the mounting cases of voter fraud. We can throw in the bogus birth certificate also, a clear felony and automatic disqualification for the office of President of the United States. This should make Mitt Romney President, or at least justify a recall election (I’m sure there would be a court challenge), an honest one this time. Come on, Congress, grow a pair!!!!
Do you think the 2nd Amendment will be destroyed by the Biden Administration?
From Western Journalism
“North Carolina’s Civitas Institute has revealed that the North Carolina State Board of Elections and the Obama campaign conspired to register at least 11,000 people via the internet in violation of state law. This has been confirmed through records requests filed with all of North Carolina’s 100 counties.
‘Wright repeatedly denied that the SBE allowed online voter registration, insisting that it was “web-based voter registration”[ii] instead, as if there could be a “web-based” process that wasn’t online.
The technology from Allpoint Voter Services uses remote-control pens to transmit “signatures” over the Internet, according to techpresident.com[iii]. After entering voter information in an online form, the citizen “signs” it with a stylus or a finger. The Allpoint technology records the signature and then transmits it to one of two autopens – one in California, the other in Nevada[iv]. One of the pens transcribes the signature on to a paper voter registration form. Allpoint then mails the documents to local election boards – or is supposed to, a point we’ll come back to.
To say this is not “online” registration but “web-based” is like saying a certain vehicle is not a car, it’s an automobile. The point of having a “wet signature” – one in ink – is to provide a universally accepted way proving that a prospective voter is affirming in person all the facts on the form. To have an auto pen inserted at one point in this long computerized process is a far different thing. Even the Obama campaign called it online voter registration. Because, no matter how you twist words around, that’s what it is.'”