Liberals like to tell us that voter fraud doesn’t exist and laws designed to prevent it — like voter ID laws — are racist. On Monday, Natalia Castro, a contributing editor for Americans for Limited Government, put that notion to rest. In a post at Net Right Daily, she said that someone representing herself as a Virginia voter registration officer encouraged her to vote in two states, noting that both are very important for Hillary Clinton.
An individual representing herself as a Virginia voter registration officer — whether or not this individual actually worked for the commonwealth and not a pro-Hillary organization is still unclear — but none the less she identified herself as such and later revealed her political leanings.
I informed her I was already registered but was interested in transferring my registration back to my home state of Florida, since I was only living in Virginia temporarily as a student. She gave me some information and then made a stunning suggestion.
She informed me that no one would notice if I registered in Florida and did not cancel my registration in Virginia, and whichever state I was not present to vote in simply did an absentee ballot for. She then reminded me that both are important states “for Hillary.”
Not only did she encourage blatant voter fraud as an apparent government official, but assumed that as a Millennial female I would automatically be voting for Hillary.
“The encouragement of fraud to grow a desired base has become common in the Democratic Party, while these examples have been grassroots it comes from a culture of cheating to achieve success,” Castro added.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
There’s no doubt that fraud exists — I’ve written about it a great deal both here and at Examiner.com. Liberal Democrats, however, claim there is no such fraud and anyone who thinks it exists are racist conspiracy-mongers.
One has to ask — how many more people have received “advise” like this? And how many have fallen for it?
“Nobody should be allowed to hold registrations in multiple states, let alone be allowed to vote more than once,” Castro wrote. “Secretaries of State across the country should work to purge voter registrations from their states when an individual registers in another state. It should be an automatic process.”
In the meantime, as I told my Virginia registration officer, anyone facing the encouragement of undermining their democratic process this year on behalf of Hillary should simply respond: “I will not commit voter fraud and I am not with her.”
Good for her.
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