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Thursday, January 24, 2008

Voter fraud investigations expand

The rampant voter fraud that has so far prevaded the Primary season is now extending to Florida; the state with the most suspected Voter fraud in the nation from the 2000 and 2004 Presidential elections. One of the longtime Voter Fraud tricks; is the double vote for people with two homes, the permanent residency in New York and New Jersey and a second home in Florida. These snowbirds are now under a microscope, due to the massive natiowide voter witch-hunt currently underway. Voters in New York who have second homes in Florida are currently being investigated for the upcoming Primaries in Florida and New York. Voter records can easily be obtained from the board of elections, in New York and Florida. Absentee ballots need to be requested from both Florida and New York, now with the internet it is fairly easy to check absentee ballots in both states.

New Hampshire is currently under going a re-count on both Democratic and Republican tickets from suspected voter fraud from the infamous diebold machines, that were responsible for the voter fraud in the Florida Presidential election in 2000. There is also suspected voter fraud from the Iowa caucus due to the use of electronic voting machines from Elron electronics. So far the preliminary reports from New Hampshire, are enormous amounts of vote fixing. During the ongoing re-count in New Hampshire, Hillsborough county has reported a vote change of 1869 votes, Clinton lost 675 votes in the re-count, Edwards lost 279 votes, Obama lost 679, and Richardson lost 236, this is just one county! Voter Fraud is becoming a huge National issue and all primaries are going to be suspected for Voter fraud.

The Florida state law states the penalties for vote fraud as follows: A person who commits or attempts to commit any fraud in connection with voting, votes a fraudulent ballot, or votes more than once in an election can be convicted of a felony of the third degree and fined up to $5,000 and/or imprisoned for up to 5 years.”A person who commits or attempts to commit any fraud in connection with voting, votes a fraudulent ballot, or votes more than once in an election can be convicted of a felony of the third degree and fined up to $5,000 and/or imprisoned for up to 5 years.”

The division of elections in Florida has a voter fraud hotline, 877-868-3737, where they can file a complaint of someone suspected of vote fraud. Clean elections are integral to a Republican form of government which is why the U.S. Military may get involved by utilizing the Provost Marshal, to restore the integrity of the National Election process. It is the job of the U.S. Military to guarantee a Republican form of government.



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