I would first like to thank all of you who registered and helped proof the signatures on the Scott Walker Recall Petition project (Verify the Vote) which has been an absolutely amazing modern day digital minutemen movement. I can tell you there were not ANYWHERE NEAR the 1.2 million signatures they said they had – but don’t know specifics yet.
Ever wonder how Rahm Emanuel won Mayor of Chicago even though the courts initially decided against him, and polls going into the election showed him losing? They stole the vote. And Obama is planning to do it on a NATIONWIDE scale.
Please read this letter I received from Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote discussing MASSIVE evidence of MoveOn trying to steal this upcoming election.
Imagine liberal, extremist, big government groups back in control of Congress, with no common-sense Constitutional conservatives to veto their worst bills.
The election is months away, but this scenario could definitely happen, and here's a big reason why: “Nearly 2 million dead Americans are still on active voter registries, and 1 in every 8 registrations in the United States is invalid or has major inaccuracies, according to a new study” by the Pew Center on the States (TheHill.com, Josh Lederman, 2-14-12). Liberal extremist groups like the George Soros financed MoveOn and ACORN are going to try and steal this election again with a massive voter registration and resulting fraud.
Seventy percent (70%) of Likely U.S. Voters believe voters should be required to show photo identification such as a driver’s license before being allowed to cast their ballot. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 22% oppose this kind of requirement.
Additionally, the Pew report stated last week that almost 3 million Americans are actively registered to vote in multiple states, while about 12 million have old or error-ridden addresses listed on their registrations, including empty lots and the like. But we can't stop there and we need to do more to STOP the"Chicago-politics" machine from stealing the election at ANY cost.
The bad news is that United States Attorney General Eric Holder has used the Voting Rights Act to block one of the best GOP voter integrity laws in South Carolina. But the election won't be decided in South Carolina–and to continue the Soros-socialist agenda at ALL costs, Holder will keep going.
With the election approaching, we don't have much time to fight to preserve our most precious freedom - the sanctity of our votes and ballot integrity. So we're aiming to raise at least $100,000 this week to continue our grassroots campaign for voting rights. Can you chip in $10?
Last August, three voters in Wake County, North Carolina, were charged with voting twice in the 2008 presidential election, apparently for President Barack Obama. In April, a member of the executive committee of the NAACP in Tunica County, Mississippi, was convicted on 10 counts of fraudulently casting absentee ballots and sentenced to five years in prison. She voted in the names of six other voters, as well as in the names of four dead voters. There are pending indictments of city council members and an ongoing grand jury investigation of ballot fraud in Troy, New York, over a 2009 primary involving the Working Families Party (Heritage.org - Without Proof: The Unpersuasive Case Against Voter Identification, Hans von Spakovsky & Alex Ingram, 8-24-11).
Here's our plan: First, we'll team up with the leading citizen groups in each state–great organizations like the 9-12 Patriots.
Then, True the Vote will organize events to empower these despicable attacks on voting integrity and ballot security, while also being a vanguard against voter fraud at every level. Voting is one of the most sacred rights in our democracy. But unethical groups know that if they can inflate even 1-2% of turnout among these key voting blocs, it'll be enough to tip the scales in race after race.
These laws are there to protect ALL taxpaying Americans their voting rights. What’s more, as Mike Brownfield of the Heritage Foundation noted on 12-21-11; “... surveys of registered voters show that requiring a photo ID to vote would not be a serious problem. An American University survey in Maryland, Indiana, and Mississippi found that less than one-half of 1 percent of registered voters lacked a government-issued ID, and a 2006 survey of more than 36,000 voters found that only '23 people in the entire sample–less than one-tenth of one percent of reported voters' were unable to vote because of an ID requirement.”
The 2012 election is coming up fast, so we don't have much time.
Can you chip in $10?
Thank you for your time and consideration!
True The Vote President
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