True The Vote needs our help.
People laugh at election fraud, but Melissa Clouthier documents it and concludes:
If the Democrats care so little for the American electoral process, Republicans and the Tea Party folks need to get involved. They cannot be pushed away for fear of being called racist or bigots. They must continue on in order to create free and fair elections.
The rule of law forms the foundation of our society and it’s imperative that the simple process of voting remains, or rather, becomes again, sacrosanct.
That Democrats show such careless disregard for Democracy is revealing. They care about elections all right. They care about winning–by any means necessary.
It’s my theory that Americans care about clean elections more than they care about election outcomes. And Americans getting involved will help reverse the tide of this abominable situation.
True the Vote is just one organization making a difference. They need help and support both in manpower and money. They will be attacked, because that, too, is the way Democrats operate. It’s shameful. It needs to be stopped.
There’s reason to be optimistic. Positive change is happening simply because people are paying attention and our Republic is already better for it.
More from Hans A. von Spakovsky:
True the Vote is composed entirely of volunteers — hundreds of them. They have pored over election records in Harris County, Texas, looking for signs of fraud. And they have found plenty. Indeed, their initial research into only a very small portion of the voter registration records has led them to ask the U.S. Justice Department’s Voting Section to conduct a federal investigation.
In a letter asking for an official inquiry, True the Vote discusses potential widespread forgery in voter application forms. For instance, it seems from the applications that someone suspiciously signs the letter “J” with a quirky “3” inside the loop. The “3” shows up in multiple signatures for different voters with the names Jenard, Jamark, Jamarcus, and Jones.
True the Vote reports that at least four noncitizens have been registered to vote in Harris County. The group provided Justice with the actual voter registration forms where applicants marked “NO” to the question: “Are you a U.S. Citizen?” The group also provided the voter registration numbers of these confessed noncitizens. Yes, astonishingly, Harris County registered them to vote anyway. They are now on the rolls and able to participate in the upcoming midterm elections.