Thursday, June 28, 2012

In Racine, the S*&^ Gets Deeper

Holy smoke....

Today, Recount observers in Racine discovered that ballot bags for 9 of the 36 city of Racine wards were sealed on election night, reopened, and then closed (but not sealed) again.
o   Once a bag is reopened, the seal will show evidence of tampering (and did)
o   The bags were shown to be reopened when delivered to the city clerk
o   Upon delivery to the Racine County Clerk, the County Clerk rejected the ballot bags and sent them back to the city clerk because they were not sealed.
o   When the city clerk received the returned ballot bags, the city clerk’s office double bagged the original ballot bag, then sealed the double bag.
o   The questionable bags were then accepted by the County Clerk....

Just coincidence, of course:  the tampered bags came from wards which broke HEAVILY for Lehman.

That's not all.

This is just another in a series of problems of voting in the city of Racine including:
o   Missing signatures
o   Missed Voter #’s
o   Different Voter #’s
o   Names not matching on poll lists
o   Potentially invalid addresses...

SEIU/Voces may have finally overplayed their hairy hands.

HT:  Wiggy


Billiam said...

I disagree. There has to be a will to do the right thing. That will doesn't exist. I have no faith in our system anymore Dad. It's about winning, not winning right. This will likely be ignored, kind of like Minnesota ignoring counties that had more votes cast than residents of those counties in the Franken election. Most of the Goebbells brigade will cover for this and either not report it, or misreport it. Nothing to see here. Move along.

Dan said...

Actually, I think was a trial balloon sent up by the Democrats to see if they can get away with it in the Fall election and if this works in Wisconsin, look for these things to happen nationwide in November.

Anonymous said...

Hash must be cheap these days. Franken won legitimately, get over it. As far as this "trial balloon" theory, pop!

TRBlog said...

"Hash must be cheap these days. Franken won legitimately,"

Aparently you know how cheap.

Billiam said...

Anony, don't project your habits onto me. Franken's win was about as legitimate as 1,000,000 recall signatures. It was bs. Coleman didn't have the stomach for a fight. So, he lost. The only thing popping are your brain cells.

Anonymous said...

Dude, if you want to perpetuate a lie, be my guest. Franken won legitimately, no proof to the contrary. Get over it!

The left cries racism, and the right cries voter fraud. How juvenile!

Billiam said...

I didn't say he didn't win. I said there were more votes in some counties than people who lived there. Reading comprehension problem? You're quoting Media Matters? That's rich, quoting those hacks. Why not quote MSNBC. Also, fyi, I was using it as an example. I don't live in Mn.

Anonymous said...

"I said there were more votes in some counties than people who lived there."

Disproven. And just because I cited a source you have personal issues with does NOT mean its information is invalid.

Same thing when a conservative uses Fox News. Question the content, not the source. But, then you knew that, right, from your studies in Debate 101?

Dad29 said...

The Anony tipped his hand:

no proof to the contrary

Fraud is designed that way. So, yes, it was fraud that Frankened Minnesota.

Anonymous said...

Claim fraud occurs without providing evidence...because fraud cannot be detected.

Logic = fail! Try again, Dad29!

nancy said...
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Billiam said...

Let's see. Franken won by 312 votes. US News reported:

It also sparked an investigation by Minnesota Majority, a conservative watchdog group that compared the list of those recorded as having voted in the election against what Fund calls “criminal rap sheets.” The group found, in what appears to clearly warrant further and official inquiry, that

… At least 341 convicted felons voted in Minneapolis's Hennepin County, the state's largest, and another 52 voted illegally in St. Paul's Ramsey County, the state's second largest. Dan McGrath, head of Minnesota Majority, says that only conclusive matches were included in the group's totals. The number of felons voting in those two counties alone exceeds Mr. Franken's victory margin.

Now, the story also mentioned that no one was trying to over turn the election. They were, however calling for voter integrity for the next election. Now, you can continue to try and insult me if you wish. My point is valid, that while Franken was legally declared the victor, some of the votes were likely illegitimate, just as more than 200,000 of the so-called 1 million signatures were fraudulent, thus illegitimate. Now we have numerous issues in Racine, thus making Lehman's 'win' possibly illegitimate. Now, if you're a corrupt and dishonest person, you're ok with that. I would hope there are more who have a problem with it.

Dad29 said...

Billiam, they really DO think that you and I are stupid.

's OK. Lies and cheating are their only stock-in-trade, other than stealing taxpayer money to perpetuate their shit.

But that only last so long, as King George found.

Anonymous said...

Wow, Billiam regurgitates a report from a conservative (!) group on alleged malfeasance. A simple match alone is insufficient evidence in support of an illegal vote. Besides, ALL 393 felons voted exclusively for Franken? Got proof?

Your source's contentions have been debunked.

And, Dad29, I wouldn't talk. You are well-known among these parts with your own form of lying.

Billiam said...

You're amusing. I guess we don't like each others 'facts'.

Anonymous said...

Let me reiterate...ALL 393 felons voted exclusively for Franken? Got proof? You know, evidence to back up the claim?

Otherwise, that "fact" is nothing more than an accusation or supposition. To me, that is the "amusing" part.

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