Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Oh, THAT voter fraud!

When approached by an undercover investigator for advice on how to steal the votes of more than 100 people, Moran advised falsifying documents to satisfy Virginia’s new voter ID law. He said, “Bank statement obviously would be tough, but they can fake a utility bill with ease.”

Moran went on to clarify that, “You’d have to forge it.”
That's Rep. Jim Moran's(NSD-VA) son and campaign manager giving advice on how to steal votes.

Ah, he's resigned. Now the question is, will he be prosecuted?


Anonymous said...

We need Breitbart now more than ever. Oh for an undercover video of this.

We all know they cheat and lie to steal elections, but nobody knows how to stop it, and punishment is so rare that it is a safe crime to commit - especially if your guy wins, cuz then you can get a pardon if caught.

Anonymous said...

Nobody knows how to stop it? Please. Everybody knows how to stop it.

Require ID in order to vote. That's it. That's all. And they know it. Everybody knows it. And that is why these Maoist judges will stand the Constitution on its head and declare the voter ID laws "unconstitutional," legislating from the bench that convicted felons, thirty million wetbacks, and twenty million nonexistent persons, such as "Mr. Zig Zag" and "Mr. Jack Daniels," registered as absentee voters by ACORN, get to vote to keep "their" welfare checks coming and get "Obamaphones" and "Obamabucks."

Sigivald said...

I love how so many of my FB friends are Absolutely Sure of the following:

A) Vote fraud never really happens

B) When it does, it's those mean Republicans doing it

C) Republicans are totally out to suppress votes by mandating ID, because poor people never ever ever have ID.

I never reply to such assertions, on the grounds that it's pointless. But it's amusing.

Firehand said...

Pointless, indeed. Been there, done that. I know people who still insist ACORN never 'did anything wrong' or- a more honest one- 'never got caught doing anything illegal.'

And yeah, they claim 'It's such a small problem it's not worth worrying about.'