As usual, controlling the language (which includes defining the terms) can change the outcome. So:
...the Brennan Center report ... has an extremely narrow definition of “fraud” — people voting who know they are ineligible to vote (felons, for instance).
Gee. Every time I've been stopped for speeding, I told the cop that I had no idea how fast I was going, nor did I intend to be speeding. They never bought that.
Brennan Center does! If only the cops were as enlightened (or Soros-funded) as the Brennan Center.
A few other factoids from the MPD's report on what normal people call fraud:
- The MPD found one property where 128 individuals were registered to vote — all of whom signed up for the 2004 election
- Twenty-nine voters were registered at a county office building that featured no residential living.
- The MPD report found instances of double-voting, unopened absentee ballots appearing after the election, and deceased people voting
...if I knew that the laws on the books made it impossible for me to be caught – and that even if I were caught I wouldn’t be prosecuted — it would ease my conscience a great deal. In this sense, it can be argued that more vote fraud takes place because so few people are ever arrested and convicted.
It is not a coincidence that the ACLU and Eric Holder (and other running-dogs) have commenced a campaign to further vote-fraud through their usual route: emotional but irrational and fact-short lawyering and speechifying. As Wisconsin demonstrated in 2010, the entire (D)/Labor Union/Statist regime is in grave danger.
Unless the graves open and pour forth their votes, again.