Why doesn't anyone speak out against widespread voter fraud?Submitted by Ian56 on Mon, 11/26/2012 - 07:08
Why don't Democrat leaders speak out against or do anything about Republican vote/election rigging There were multiple instances, some of which were documented in the press (but only briefly). The grassroots Democrats were up in arms about it. They even petitioned Eric Holder to investigate and prosecute, but he did nothing.
Why don't Republican leaders speak out against or do anything about Democrat vote/election rigging? There were multiple instances, some of which were reported - mostly on the internet. In some areas of Florida, Barack Obama got significantly more than 100% of the eligible voters, with zero to Romney.
The US operates one of the worst voting and electoral systems of any country in the developed world. The counting of votes is easily manipulated, ballot stuffing and ballot dumping are widespread in every election. Electronic voting machines are about as secure as an open door.
The voting process is routinely manipulated by the State Governors of both parties - resources and the availability of polling booths are adjusted according to the relative support of each party in each district.
The system is so open to abuse, it is not surprising that voter/electoral fraud is commonplace. So why don't Republican and/or Democrat leaders do something about it?
The truth is, neither party wants to do anything about it. They are very happy with the current system.
It provides a useful mechanism to whip up the base and support of each party to hate the base of the other.
Criticism of their own leadership for losing an election is deflected:
- they can blame the other party for cheating.
- they can blame election fraud by the other side instead of accepting blame for poor policies
The leaders of both parties can arrange for the desired result by mutual agreement, where it is deemed to be important and the race is close.
The leading politicians are in charge of election outcomes - not the voters.
The Republican and Democrat leaders certainly do not want to hand over any power to the voters, they would be out of a job. The current system of easy manipulation of election results suits them just fine.
I said when the Democrats started petitioning Eric Holder to pursue Karl Rove and Nathan Sproul's well documented voter frauds that it would not do them any good.
I said that Holder would ignore it and so it would prove.
After all, Romney has a long history of election frauds and the Democrats did not do anything about that - they didn't even report them to discredit Romney.
Karl Rove has a long history of election/voter fraud, the Democrats have never gone after him either.
It's the same on the Republican side. The Republicans have never gone after the multiple instances of Democrat voter/election frauds (except to pontificate occasionally to whip up the base and their supporters).
The politicians prefer that the US remain a banana Republic.
The politicians are in charge in a banana Republic not the people.
The facade of a democratic process has to be maintained so the people do not turn against the politicians of their own party.
The more the electorate is polarised between the two parties the better for the politicians - the voters will not start to question their own politicians, pundits and Campaign/SuperPac managers - or the electoral system in general.
Why don't the media report more on the multitude of election frauds?
The politicians don't want them to.
You have to admit the politicians and the media have been very successful at polarising Americans, even though both parties policies are the same in all important areas.
The politicians and the media put on an entertaining show and the electorate don't question it.
The current system of Corporate control of America remains in place, to the detriment of ALL ordinary people.
It was pretty funny when Karl Rove lost it on national TV and refused to accept the Ohio result.
He thought he had rigged it (via the Ohio vote counting servers going down at 11:14pm).
http://truth-out.org/news/item/12845-anonymous-karl-rove-and... Karl Rove had obviously not been cut into the loop as to the desired result for this election. He should have listened to Ben Bernanke - that is who I listened to when he announced QE3 a few weeks before the election.
Republican 2012 voter/election fraud.
Nathan Sproul, Strategic Allied Consulting, Karl Rove and Reince Priebus.
Florida voter fraud by Democrats
Ohio voter fraud by Democrats
Colorado voter fraud by Democrats
N.B. The above are just a selection of voter/election frauds, there are many other instances on both sides that could of been included.