Diary

Highlighting Voter Fraud That Supposedly Does Not Exist

There really cannot be enough attention paid to groups like ACORN, that are quite clearly engaged in voter fraud:

State authorities on Tuesday raided an organization that registers low-income people to vote, alleging that its canvassers falsified forms with bogus names, fake addresses or famous personalities.

The secretary of state’s office launched an investigation after noticing that names did not match addresses and that most members of the Dallas Cowboys appeared to be registering in Nevada to vote in November’s general election.

State authorities on Tuesday raided an organization that registers low-income people to vote, alleging that its canvassers falsified forms with bogus names, fake addresses or famous personalities.

The secretary of state’s office launched an investigation after noticing that names did not match addresses and that most members of the Dallas Cowboys appeared to be registering in Nevada to vote in November’s general election.

ACORN claims to have sought to alert officials in Nevada about voter fraud and swears that it is innocent of any charge that it sought to pass along fraudulent voter applications as being genuine. Funny thing, of course, is that ACORN’s hands are being caught in all sorts of cookie jars.

Remember: Voter fraud supposedly does not exist.