Gee whiz, was I wrong or what in my prediction about the 2012 election outcome?
I’m not convinced that Obama’s win wasn’t due to massive voter fraud. This isn’t sour grapes or attempting to justifying my erroneous prediction. My skepticism doesn’t come out of a vacuum or a conspiracy theory. It’s based on observation; what I witnessed with my own eyes during the campaign season.
Prior to the November election, numerous videos were posted on the web taken at Romney rallies. Thousands upon thousands of people showed up; the venues were crammed to overflowing like a rock concert.
Concurrently, we were hearing and reading news reports of the lack of enthusiasm for Obama rallies. Seats sat empty. The Obama campaign was forced to seek smaller and smaller venues while churning out the usual obfuscations, dissemblings, and excuses for doing so.
I rightly deduced that if voters were that lackluster and unenthused to see Obama the Messiah in person in their own towns, what would motivate them to get to the polls?
I truly believe that even Obama and Michelle thought they were going to lose. I’ll bet history will prove me correct. (Just as Obama thought the Supreme Court was going to rule against Obamacare.)
Since the election there have been numerous reports of voter fraud. Romney lost by only 3.2 million votes, it isn’t a stretch to think that if just 500+ thousand immoral Democrats voted six times, Obama wins.
We’ve already heard about one woman in Cincinnati – a poll worker – who voted for Obama six times (and a nun who voted twice).
Melowese Richardson (Aside: where do blacks come up with these names?) is a poll worker. Melowese was a veteran poll worker in a black neighborhood. Black, urban neighborhoods vote exclusively Democrat. Democrats have no moral code; it is "any means to an end." Can any sensible person make the case that Melowese didn’t encourage other voters to do likewise? It’s natural for women to talk and bond, just visit and nail or hair salon. Melowese knew many of the voters who came into her precinct. Apparently, there was no oversight.
The Human Events story goes on to say:
Two other people were charged with multiple voting alongside Richardson… one of them, Sister Marguerite Kloos, who resigned as Dean of the Division of Arts and Humanities at Mount St. Joseph’s and entered a guilty plea to avoid indictment. Sister Kloos voted in the name of a nun who died before the absentee ballots went out. She took pains to forge the dead nun’s signature. An elderly man named Russell Glassop did the same thing with his late wife’s ballot. And according to the Cincinnati Enquirer, “some questions linger about 50 people who cast an absentee ballot and then voted on a provisional ballot.”
I’m telling you folks, Melowese was not the only Democrat who voted six times, despite the fact that she’s the only one we’re hearing about. And Cincinnati wasn’t the host urban area of concentrated voter fraud. Think Chicago where the dead and the illegal vote with institutionalized ease. Think Philadelphia where 59 voting divisions gave Obama 100% of the vote (group think anyone?) as well. Pervasive and shameless, yet it yielded a second term for a shameless, lazy, imperial rabble-rouser who now sits in our White House for another four years, mooching off the labor of the American taxpayer.
I’ll bet my prediction is wrong in light of the here and now, but it won’t be wrong when history has time to sort out the reality. That’s my take.