90 Miles From Tyranny : Voter Fraud: The Left's Tool For Social Justice

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Voter Fraud: The Left's Tool For Social Justice

We on the right have a hard time understanding the left's zeal for voter fraud or at least at the minimum their unconcern for the likelihood of it. 

We have strong convictions of fair play and for the concept of one person one vote. This makes it hard for us to understand the lack of concern on the left when legitimate voters are disenfranchised.

Matthew Vadum aptly describes the left's mindset and acceptance of voter fraud here:

Why did Democrats applaud the loathsome community organizer Melowese Richardson, a freshly released, unrepentant voter fraud felon, at a recent "voting rights" rally in Ohio?

Because, like Richardson, they believe they are entitled to vote more than once against a system they see as unjust.  Some serial voters do what they do in order to exact revenge against a society they feel did them or their ancestors wrong.  Richardson is far from alone.  Double-voting is distressingly common.

Many leftists have contempt for the electoral process because they don’t believe in the electoral system as it is constituted in capitalist America.  To them, elections are already a fraud – an instrument of the rich, or as Saul Alinsky prefers to call them, the Haves.  If the electoral system doesn't serve “the people,” but is only an instrument of the Haves, then election fraud is justified as the path to a future that will serve the Have-Nots, as David Horowitz has explained.

This belief helps Democrats and the rest of the left rationalize their habitual efforts to suppress and cancel out lawfully cast votes.  It helps to explain the strenuous efforts of leftists like former Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-Ill.), now federal prisoner number 32451-016, to assure the public that voter registration fraud is no big deal and that fraudulent registrations almost never turn into fraudulent votes.

This is why liberal fascists inside and outside government routinely excuse electoral fraud – in all its manifestations – arguing in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary that such fraud is merely a Republican invention created to keep minorities and the poor down.

This is why these enemies of democracy tried with fanatical zeal to silence the heroic Catherine Engelbrecht and her good government group True the Vote.

This is why grandstanding Congressman Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) – as we just learned – apparently conspired with former IRS mandarin Lois Lerner to sabotage Engelbrecht's organization, which is America's leading grassroots electoral integrity group.

This is why the 58-year-old Richardson bragged about voting twice for President Obama in 2012.  The well-spoken, seemingly intelligent poll worker clearly knew what she was doing.  She didn't think it was wrong.

When charged, Richardson was indignant as she vowed to battle the accusations in court.  "Absolutely, absolutely, I'll fight it for Mr. Obama and for Mr. Obama's right to sit as president of the United States."

Richardson told Tom McKee of WCPO-TV on camera that she repeatedly voted in the names of others.  Her unlawfully cast ballots canceled out lawfully voted ballots and effectively deprived other citizens of their right to vote.  In the past, Ku Klux Klansmen and other Democratic Party operatives accomplished the same results by using the threat of violence to prevent votes from being cast.

Nowadays the Democratic Party outsources its voter fraud business to community organizers like Richardson.

At the rally in Cincinnati, Richardson was called to the stage to be honored after Al Sharpton's National Action Network campaigned to free her.  The community organizing group helped to win her early release from her five-year prison term by arguing that she received an inappropriately harsh sentence because she was black.

Democrat Sharpton energetically lunged at Republicans, theoretically the party victimized by Richardson's crimes.  Sharpton, recently outed as an FBI informant (he claims his life was threatened by fellow gangsters from a different crime family), accused Republicans of trying to suppress the vote, saying it "is all a scheme to disempower and disenfranchise the vote in Ohio."

Displaying his characteristically tortured diction, the tinfoil hat-wearing Obama confidant and racial arsonist said, "Nobody gave us the right to vote and nobody is going to give it to us now.  We fought for it and we're going to fight for our right to keep it."

Sharpton received standing ovations from the crowd of close to 500, who shared his paranoid delusion that someone out there was actually trying to take the right to vote away from American citizens.  If my friend Andrew Breitbart were still among the living, there is a good chance he would offer a sizable reward to anyone who could identify an American trying to deprive citizens of their voting rights.

Like Sharpton and the other socialists, President Obama himself no doubt shares the belief that election fraud is justifiable because in a sense it compensates the poor for (allegedly) having little political power.

Left-wingers commit these distressingly common atrocities daily because they believe it is their moral right – perhaps even their duty – to commit voter fraud and to facilitate its commission by their comrades and community organizations.

They care about one thing and one thing only – power – because without power, they cannot bring about a fundamental transformation of America.

It is no coincidence that Obama's role model, the small-c communist Saul Alinsky, used the word power 191 times in his fairly slim magnum opus, Rules for Radicals.  (In case you were wondering, the figure of 191 excludes variants of the word power, such as powerful.)

Again, power is everything to these people.  Groups like ACORN and Sharpton's National Action Network help them get it.

Alinsky saw his mission as redeeming America by creating “mass organizations to seize power and give it to the people,” as if the people did not already rule America.  And it was certainly an odd choice of words for Alinsky, a holier-than-thou, self-professed champion of democracy, to say that these organizations must “seize power.”

Such groups, which he called “People’s Organizations,” must be dedicated "to an eternal war ... against poverty, misery, delinquency, disease, injustice, hopelessness, despair, and unhappiness.”

Alinsky intoned ominously that failing to use “power for a more equitable distribution of the means of life for all people signals the end of the revolution and the start of the counterrevolution.”

No tactic is beyond the pale, Alinsky wrote.  In this war “against the social menaces of mankind there can be no compromise.  It is life or death.”

This antisocial, Machiavellian attitude dominated the leadership of the now-defunct Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), a group that in 2011 was convicted in Nevada in a massive electoral fraud conspiracy.
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1 comment:

  1. The Lefties know they can't win without it.

    Consider that Judicial Watch is ready to sue CO, IA, and DC for more registered voters than people eligible and NC estimates as many as a million may have voted in more than 1 state.


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