If Voter Fraud Isn’t Real, Then Why Does Obama’s Campaign Website Ask Us to Report It?

Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama Administration may claim voter fraud is “extremely rare,” Save Jerseyans, but then why does the President’s campaign website include a form to “report voter fraud and other polling problems” (see right)?

Click here to check it out for yourselves.

So what exactly are/were they expecting to find? Given the Admin’s history, it sure seems like an exercise in futility to me.

We know Eric Holder isn’t interested in investigating video-documented voter intimidation by “new” black panthers.

State-based preventative measures for in-person fraud, like common sense voter ID legislation, are met with lawsuits by the Justice Department; the anti-fraud advocates themselves are met with boycotts and attacks by Obama surrogates and allies.

And as for straight-up phony voters? We know they sure don’t bother or concern the President. He was, after all, an old Chicago community organizer and ACORN lawyer.

So I’ll ask again: what the hell am I supposed to report on this form that anyone in the Obama Administration is willing to do anything about? Votes cast for Mitt Romney?

 

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Matt Rooney
Matt Rooney
Save Jersey’s Founder and Blogger-in-Chief, MATT ROONEY is a nationally-noted and respected New Jersey political commentator. When he's not on-line, radio or television advocating for conservative reform and challenging N.J. power-brokers, Matt is a practicing attorney at the law firm of DeMichele & DeMichele in Haddon Heights (Camden County).

2 Comments on "If Voter Fraud Isn’t Real, Then Why Does Obama’s Campaign Website Ask Us to Report It?"

  1. "So I’ll ask again: what the hell am I supposed to report on this form that anyone in the Obama Administration is willing to do anything about? Votes cast for Mitt Romney?"

    Everyone should show their IDs anyway as a silent protest.

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