“Voter fraud doesn’t exist.”
“There’s no proof.”
“Voter fraud is rare.”
These are the lines we’ve all been fed by various groups – namely those opposing voter ID.
Meet Pasco Parker.
He voted three times in three different states in 2012 and one of them was North Carolina.
Pasco Parker, a 63-year-old Tennessee resident, admitted to voting in three states during the 2012 federal election. He mailed in an absentee ballot to both Florida and North Carolina, and he voted in person in Tennessee.
Parker pleaded guilty to felony voting fraud and felony voter registration. He received a prison sentence of six to 17 months, and was ordered to complete 48 hours of community service. His prison time was later suspended in favor of 24 months of supervised probation.
Parker’s case speaks to the need for states to adopt policies meant to make it easier to identify duplicate voting and ensure those who do so are brought to justice. Most current state policies are inadequate; indeed, Parker’s fraud may well have gone undetected were it not for the investigatory efforts of a North Carolina volunteer voting watchdog group, the Voter Integrity Project. (Source: The Daily Signal)
The Daily Signal article also spotlights two other cases; one in Missouri and one in Kentucky.
The Missouri case, once investigated, showed that a candidate who had lost a race had actually won, “by a margin of 1,533 votes.”. In Kentucky, a vote-buying scheme spanning multiple election cycles was uncovered, resulting in felony convictions for voter fraud.
There’s another more recent case, which has implications for this election cycle. This one occurred in Florida where an 83 year-old life-long Republican received her new registration card in the mail, yet it said she was a Democrat.
The woman contacted the board of elections and they dismissed her claims, but she didn’t let it go. When shown the application, the signatures were similar, but did not match and neither did her birthdate.
Apparently, a non-profit voter registration group in the state called “Mi Familia Vota” had completed a new registration for her.
The Supervisor of Elections office contacted Mi Familia after 8 On Your Side started asking questions. It held a meeting with the group’s representatives Monday.
Since June Mi Familia Vota has submitted more than 5,700 voter registration applications in Hillsborough County alone. Third=party voter registrations groups have submitted more than 54,000 applications in that time period.
Mi Familia would not open its door when 8 On Your Side went to discuss the issue with them. (Source: WFLA)
This site has previously documented voter registration drives outside of various locations like supermarkets.
I took this video (below) in 2012 when a voter registration table appeared outside a local grocery store. The person running the table refused to state what group was running the drive and the table had “Obama For America” materials on it.
“We’re completely non-partisan group”, but the guy wouldn’t tell me who.
Recently, James O’Keefe and his group, Project Veritas captured a Hillary Clinton Campaign staffer approving of ripping up Republican registrations.
Then there’s one of the latest videos by James O’Keefe and his group, Project Veritas wherein a NYC election official is caught on tape talking about how voters are bused in and thousands of fraudulent absentee ballots have flooded in. The official actually said, “I think there is a lot of voter fraud.”.
Project Veritas also caught dead people being given ballots in Colorado and double voting in Texas. In Michigan, Project Veritas showed why Voter ID is needed as they obtained the ballot for the Mayor of Detroit, a reporter for the Detroit Free Press and a Michigan lawmaker, Morris Wood.
Project Veritas has many, many videos on voter fraud. There is even one from right here in North Carolina where officials from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill were caught on camera talking about and embracing voter fraud.
This week, Project Veritas unloaded two bombshell packed videos.
The first video captures Democrat operatives describing how they train and pay people to disrupt events and incite violence at Trump rallies.
In the video, they claim the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Hillary Clinton campaign know about it. Three key players are mentioned in this video: Scott Foval (American United for Change), Bob Creamer (Democracy Partners) and Brad Woodhouse (American United for Change, Correct the Record & American Bridge).
A fourth name was mentioned — Aaron Black, who says he is the Deputy Response Director for the DNC for “all things Trump on the ground.”. Here’s his Democracy Partners bio. Black says in the video, “No one is supposed to know about me.”.
One of these paid and trained agitators was identified as Shirley Teeter, a 69 year-old woman who claimed an elderly, half-blind Trump rally attendee punched her. The claim garnered national media attention at the time, however the revelation in this video that Teeter was a planted instigator has prompted zero outlets in North Carolina to revisit their original stories.
The second video was released yesterday and notes that since first video aired, Scott Foval of Americans United For Change has been fired already. In the second video, the same Democrat operatives from the first video describe how to commit voter fraud on a large scale.
The conversations include strategizing on ways to hide bringing in voters from out-of-state to commit voter fraud, including aiding illegal aliens to vote illegally.
But that voter fraud, it’s a myth right?