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Why Won't the GOP Challenge Voter Fraud

It was a puzzling thing as one case of unchallenged voter fraud after another came to the forefront of the 2012 presidential campaign. Just to name a few:
  • Voting machines defaulting to Barack Obama.
  • Voting machines changing to Barack Obama.
  • State of Ohio reporting that 1 out of every 5 voters were fraudulent seven weeks prior to the election.
  • 100% plus turnout in all the Battleground States.
  • 100% of precincts' ballots going to Barack Obama, not one vote for Mitt Romney.
  • Busloads of strangers bused from polling place to polling place.
  • Republican poll watchers and judges removed from the voting sites.
  • Voter Intimidation from poll workers and the New Black Panthers.
The gross amount of voter fraud was stunning and at epic levels in the 2012 presidential campaign. So much so that there was no question the Mitt Romney Campaign or the RNC could have challenged every single one of these in court, and won. But not a peep came from either camp. Why?

I began hearing rumblings about a settlement agreement between the RNC and DNC crafted long ago, an agreement which prevented the RNC from challenging any voter fraud. I found that to be an impossible thought, for surely no one would ever agree to such a ridiculous set of circumstances. But it turned out that the RNC did just that.

I spent several hours poring over the Consent Decree between the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee, originating in New Jersey between the two state committees, with one of the brightest legal constitutional minds in the nation. Much to my chagrin, the RNC had signed away its rights to challenge voter fraud due to their own actions. In so doing, they violated the civil rights of every American to a fair and free election process.

To be fair, the RNC could have challenged the election, and should have, they just didn't. Although the American people were screaming for someone, anyone, to challenge the election in court, no one did. So we dug deeper, and found that the RNC has challenged the Consent Decree in court, and according to Bob Unruh (WND), the case is now pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. I couldn't find the case on their docket, but that doesn't mean it's not there. And in all honesty, the Court isn't likely to find for the RNC, because they agreed to the terms of Consent Decree.

This is what it boils down to, the RNC sold Republicans down the river in 1982. There is room in the Consent Decree to challenge elections, but the RNC had to stop targeting minority voter registration. All the RNC had to do was send out voter registration cards to EVERYONE in the state, then challenge those that came back marked UNDELIVERABLE. They could have then challenged those voters at the polling places, regardless of race, creed or color. They could have coordinated with states to make sure every single Republican's voter registration was in place and properly filed. They could have stood their ground and challenged every bit of voter fraud committed by the Democrats in every single battleground state. They could have...they could have...they could have...but, they didn't.

Until this voter fraud mess in the presidential elections is straightened out, there will never be another honest election in the United States of America. And no one but a Democrat will ever sit in the Oval Office again. I am calling on Reince Priebus and the RNC to man up and deal with the situation, now. Stop waiting on the Supreme Court, stop waiting on the DNC, just stop. There is a path out of this mess, and it is one that is not terribly complicated. We figured it out in two hours, it's ridiculous that you've allowed your greed for power to stand in the way of honest elections in America. It's time to man up, recognize the path out of this quagmire you've pulled the Republican voter into, and get it done. And if you don't know the answer, email me, I'll explain it in clear cut detail. It's not difficult. What it necessary.

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Why Won't the GOP Challenge Voter Fraud Why Won't the GOP Challenge Voter Fraud Reviewed by Candace Salima on Thursday, February 07, 2013 Rating: 5