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Like a Bad Zombie Flick, Dead People Just Keep on Voting

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Who says there’s no such thing as life after death? If voting rolls are any indicator, dead people these days are living very active lifestyles. According to an investigative report by CBS2, Los Angeles’s CBS affiliate, some dead people continue to vote years after meeting their maker.

The investigation revealed that 265 dead voters across five counties in southern California voted in recent elections, 215 of them in Los Angeles County. Some of the deceased cast ballots in multiple elections. Thirty-two of those deceased voters were found to have voted eight times since kicking the bucket. One woman who died in 1988 managed to vote in 2014.

I can think of only two explanations—either the Zombie Apocalypse is upon us or someone’s been cheatin’. I lean toward the latter.

Don’t let anyone tell you that voter fraud is a victimless crime. Every ballot illegitimately cast cancels out someone else’s vote. It’s no different than reaching into the ballot box and removing a ballot. It’s a suckerpunch to the democratic process and should be punished severely.

Oddly enough, some people seem to react to voter fraud and voter suppression very differently, as if they’re different phenomena meriting different responses. Voter suppression is considered such a heinous crime that no incident of it will be tolerated—unless perpetrated by billy-club wielding black racists, of course—while voter fraud is considered regrettable but ultimately immaterial. After all, what’s a few votes here and there? Is it really going to tip an election one way or the other? The answer, in some instances, is yes; though that’s not really the point. There’s a principle at stake here and the principle applies whether the margin of victory is a handful of votes or a million.

Any attempt to root out corruption in the electoral process is bound to meet stiff resistance from so-called “civil rights” groups that will invariably stir up racial fears. Voter ID laws, the reformers’ tool of choice for combatting voter fraud, have been painted as an attempt to resurrect Jim Crow. Minority voters lack suitable forms of identification, they say, and making them obtain an ID amounts to an unconstitutional poll tax. It’s a weak argument made even weaker by the fact that some states provide IDs for free.

Some notable “civil rights” organizations continue to oppose voter ID, grasping at increasingly ephemeral straws to justify their position. Nothing will satisfy them except anarchy at the polling stations—no controls, no verification, and no integrity in the final tally. That’s the way they like it.

Cleaning up voter rolls, however, is not the same as voter ID. What objection could there possibly be? You guess it—cleaning up voter rolls is raaaaacist! Or at least that’s the contention of the corrupt, disreputable NAACP. A recent attempt by Florida Governor Rick Scott, a Republican, to weed out noncitizens and other people who have no legal right to vote has been challenged by the NAACP and members of the opposition party. Florida House Minority Leader Mark Pattford weighed in: “[Governor Scott] can probably find more reports of UFOs and space aliens in Florida than there are reports of fraudulent voting in the state.”

Pattford surely knows that Miami, which is about an hour south of his district in West Palm Beach, was rocked with one of the biggest voter fraud cases in American history less than twenty years ago. The city’s Democratic mayor, Xavier Suarez, was removed from office in 1998 when it was discovered that his campaign had won the previous year’s primary by tampering with absentee ballots. Among the 895 ballots examined, 197 were found to be suspicious. Some were cast by, you guessed it, dead people.

Homeless people were also paid $10 apiece to vote for Suarez. Witnesses identified a local man named Jeffrey Hoskins as a paymaster. Hoskins, who denied being part of the Suarez scheme, admitted that he had engaged in “two or three” other $10-a-vote operations. He also bragged that he had participated in an unspecified number of $15 to $25 voting buying schemes. “It exists. It always exists,” said Hoskins. “You go to Liberty City, Coconut Grove — everybody knows about the $10. If they say they didn’t, they’re lying.”

So illegal voting in Florida is not nearly as rare as extraterrestrials.

The argument against cleaning up voter rolls seems to be that any attempt to purge ineligible voters will, either by happenstance or design, purge eligible voters too—and minorities disproportionately. So just to be on the safe side, let’s not purge any.

Here we are back at the flawed premise that no one is harmed when voter fraud is tolerated. Let’s examine for a moment the dead voters discovered in the CBS2 investigation to see just how wrongheaded that notion is. According to their investigation, 32 dead voters voted in at least eight elections; that’s 256 illegally cast ballots. We also know that the other 233 dead voters voted at least once. By combining the two we know that 489 ballots were illegally cast and the same number of voters were disenfranchised. Again, that’s a minimum. But rather than doing something about it some people prefer not to see a problem and compare the whole affair to UFO sightings.

The states’ voting rolls are saturated with names that don’t belong there—noncitizens, the deceased, people who have moved away, and in some cases, fictitious people. States such as Iowa and Colorado, both considered swing states, have more registered voters than people over the age of 18. When Indiana was forced to defend its voter ID law before the Supreme Court in 2008, the court found that 41.4 percent of all voter registrations in the state were spurious entries. Am I the only one who sees a problem with this situation?

Maine has its own problems as evidenced by a 2011 report from the Maine Heritage Policy Center. After combing through that state’s voter rolls it discovered 1,452 voters who were 211 years old. Why are these people still on the voter rolls? Who could possibly be “disenfranchised” by eliminating them?

States are actually required under section 8 of the 1993 Motor Voter Law to cleanse voter rolls of bad entries. The law, which I despise by the way, represented a compromise between Democrats who wanted to make voter registration easy—by registering people at the DMV, for example—and Republicans who wanted to ensure the integrity of voter rolls. A deal was hammered out requiring states to register voters at several points of contact with their citizens but also mandating measures to purge deadwood voters.

Like most compromises with the Democrats, this one turned out to be a raw deal. Since the rise of Barack Obama no effort has been made to enforce section 8. Nice “compromise.” True to form, the Democrats appeared to concede on an issue before reneging on their agreement when they thought no one was paying attention.

In 2009, the former chief of the DOJ’s Voting Rights Section, Christopher Coates, testified that Julie Fernandes, an Obama political appointee, instructed him not to pursue any section 8 cases. Coates testified that he had identified eight states that appeared to be in noncompliance and was prepared to bring action against them when the order came to stand down.

I don’t actually believe that the feds have any constitutional jurisdiction in this matter but they’ve nonetheless taken it for themselves. The law, which still stands, is now only partially enforced. The part that Democrats like is upheld while the part they don’t like is, for all intents and purposes, dead. This is the stuff of banana republics.

Deadwood voters on our voter rolls are a real problem, as the CBS2 investigation proved. It’s too easy to vote in a dead person’s name, either by absentee ballot or in person. People who refuse to acknowledge the problem are just shameless. A few of them may be dupes but the majority of them, I believe, are aware that they’re enabling electoral shenanigans. They know very well that if they can’t cheat they can’t win.

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Elizabeth Warren At Center Of SICK New Sex Scandal After Nasty Skeleton Comes Crawling Out Of Her Closet

This is disgusting!

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The United States Senator from Massachusetts, far left wing  Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren, is now jumping on the bandwagon and joining the growing chorus of women sharing their experiences about sexual harassment in the wake of allegations against the sick pervert, Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

The Massachusetts Democrat shared a story from when she was a “baby law professor” during a videotaped interview session with three other female senators that aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet The Press.”

Senator Warren says in the interview that a senior faculty member had asked her to stop by his office one day. When she did, he slammed the door and “lunged” at her. He then chased her around a desk, trying to get his hands on her. She claims she managed to avert the situation and conveniently only told her best friend about the incident. She later goes on to explain that speaking out is a way to show solidarity and say it isn’t the victim’s fault.

If this story is indeed true and not just a fabrication to get ahead in politics, like when she said she was a Native American in order to get a teaching job, then it’s awful that all these things are happening to these women, even a lying hack like Senator Warren.

Via DownTrend:

I’m not going to say this is a lie, weirder things have happened, but, come on. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren claims the she was sexually harassed by a colleague when she was a law professor. In fact several democrats have come forward to claim victimhood at the hands of evil men. Democrats turned a blind eye to serial rapist Bill Clinton and sexual predator Harvey Weinstein for decades, but suddenly it’s trendy on the left to be outraged by something they have tolerated and encouraged for so long.

Meet the Press reached out to all 21 female Senators to get their stories about sexual harassment and only got 4 (all democrats), most of whom weren’t harassed at all. Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill told this story when she was seeking advice from a male state lawmaker about getting her bill passed:

“I cautiously approached the very powerful speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives. He looked at me and paused and he said, ‘Well, did you bring your kneepads?’ I do think he was joking, but it was shocking that he would make that joke to a colleague,” said McCaskill.

Okay, even McCaskill thinks that guy was joking so let’s call this first one BS; she wasn’t harassed.

Next, North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp talked about how a male law enforcement official said something to her after she made some sort of an effort to curb domestic violence:

“He put his finger in my face and he said, ‘Listen here, men will always beat their wives and you can’t stop ‘em,’” said Heitkamp.

That might be “mansplaining” but it’s not close at all to sexual harassment. So far these ladies are 0 for 2.

Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono had the least credible sexual harassment story by claiming men have asked her out on dates:

“I’ve been propositioned by teachers, by my colleagues, and you name it,” Hirono said.

0 for 3, which brings us to Elizabeth Warren who said a colleague once invited her to his office:

“He slammed the door and lunged for me. It was like a bad cartoon. He’s chasing me around the desk, trying to get his hands on me. After several rounds, I jumped for the door and got out and I went back to my office and just sat and shook and thought: ‘What have I done to bring this on?’” Warren said.

Warren also mentioned that she kept this attempted attack to herself, which adds zero credibility to her story.

Maybe this did happen, but Warren looks a sissy little boy, so I doubt it. Then again, some dudes have very weird fetishes. If I had to venture a guess, I’d say that Warren’s colleague was just trying to play “Cowboys and Indians” and she misinterpreted it. If it happened when she was a law professor, that’s back when she was pretending to be a Native American princess. It seems cultural appropriation really does have a price.

MSN Reports:

Screenwriter Scott Rosenberg says he knew all about Harvey Weinstein — and so did everyone else

We’ve heard a lot of people in recent days swear that they didn’t know Harvey Weinstein was a serial sexual harasser whose behavior, beyond boorish, was sometimes criminal. Screenwriter Scott Rosenberg, the Needham native whose first two movies, “Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead” and “Beautiful Girls,” Weinstein produced, is not one of those people.

In an epic Facebook post Monday to some of his followers, Rosenberg insisted everybody who came into contact with Harvey Weinstein knew — maybe not about the rapes alleged by some women — but certainly about a “pattern of overly-aggressive behavior that was rather dreadful. We knew about the man’s hunger; his fervor; his appetite. There was nothing secret about this voracious rapacity; like a gluttonous ogre out of the Brothers Grimm. All couched in vague promises of potential movie roles.”

Rosenberg describes Weinstein’s behavior as “reprehensible,” but he also has had it with what he calls the “current flood of sanctimonious denial and condemnation that now crashes upon these shores of rectitude in gloppy tides of [expletive] righteousness.”

Rosenberg claims many of the denials are coming from people who did, in fact, know.

“Because I was there. And I saw you. And I talked about it with you,” writes Rosenberg. “You, the big producers; you, the big directors; you, the big agents; you, the big financiers. And you, the big rival studio chiefs; you, the big actors; you, the big actresses; you, the big models. You, the big journalists; you, the big screenwriters; you, the big rock stars; you, the big restaurateurs; you, the big politicians. I saw you. All of you. God help me, I was there with you.”

So why didn’t he say something? Do something? The options were few, Rosenberg writes.

“What would you have had us do? Who were we to tell? The authorities? What authorities? The press? Harvey owned the press. The Internet? There was no Internet or reasonable facsimile thereof. Should we have called the police? And said what? Should we have reached out to some fantasy Attorney General Of Movieland? That didn’t exist,” he writes. “Not to mention, most of the victims chose not to speak out. Aside from sharing the grimy details with a close girlfriend or confidante. And if they discussed it with their representatives? Agents and managers, who themselves feared The Wrath Of The Big Man? The agents and managers would tell them to keep it to themselves. Because who knew the repercussions? That old saw ‘You’ll Never Work In This Town Again’ came crawling back to putrid life like a re-animated cadaver in a late-night zombie flick.”

Rosenberg acknowledges that being a friend of Weinstein’s had benefits — and they were substantial.

“Hell, Harvey once took me to St. Barth’s for Christmas. For 12 days! I was a broke-a** kid from Boston who had never even HEARD of St. Barth’s before he booked my travel. He once got me tickets to the seven hottest Broadway shows in one week. So I could take a new girlfriend on a dazzling tour of theater. He got me seats on the 40-yard-line to the Super Bowl, when the Patriots were playing the Packers in New Orleans. Even got me a hotel room, which was impossible to get that weekend,” Rosenberg writes. “He gave and gave and gave and gave. He had a monarch’s volcanic generosity when it came to those within his circle. And a Mafia don’s fervent need for abject loyalty from his capos and soldiers.”

But ignoring Weinstein’s misdeeds had serious consequences, Rosenberg writes.

“We were willing to overlook what the Golden Goose was up to, in the murky shadows behind the barn . . . And for that, I am eternally sorry. To all of the women that had to suffer this . . . I am eternally sorry . . . Their courage only hangs a lantern on my shame. And I am eternally sorry to all those who suffered in silence all this time. And have chosen to remain silent today.

“So, yeah, I am sorry. Sorry and ashamed,” he writes. “Because, in the end, I was complicit.

I didn’t say [expletive]. I didn’t do [expletive]. Harvey was nothing but wonderful to me. So I reaped the rewards and I kept my mouth shut. And for that, once again, I am sorry. But you should be sorry, too.”

What really irks me the most about this whole mess is how everyone knew Weinstein was a sick pervert and sexual predator but still were very ready and willing to his money. In fact, a spokeswoman for Elizabeth Warren put out a statement last week claiming that Warren will be donating the $5,000 in contributions she received from Weinstein for her 2012 senate campaign to charity.

Why are all these Democrats taking all this money from this sicko if everyone always knew what he was into? Then again, they all think of former President Bill Clinton as some kind of God!

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Everyone In U.S. Who Has Illegals Employed Right Now Just Got The WORST News Of Their Lives

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One of the huge problems that Americans face today is what to do about the illegals. Even though many have integrated into society, blending in as if they belong, many are still hopping the fence or swimming the river just to drain the taxpayers’ coffers and enjoy the land of the free and home of the brave without standing in line.

While there have been many plans floated as to how to deal with the problem, the one that makes the most sense is to stop incentivizing the lawbreakers and those who facilitate them. In order to do that, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement have to make sure that business owners aren’t taking advantage of an illegal’s undocumented status and paying them under the table for jobs that they would have to pay others more for.

According to The Washington Examiner, that’s exactly what they’re planning to do. ICE will be investigating employers and making sure that our illegal population starts to have less incentive to break the law by living here and getting a job on the down low:

“U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is prepared to criminally prosecute illegal immigrants in the workplace, as well as those employers who hire them.

‘While we focus on the criminal prosecution of employers who knowingly hire illegal workers, under the current administration’s enforcement priorities, workers encountered during these investigations who are unauthorized to remain in the United States are also subject to administrative arrest and removal from the country,’ ICE spokeswoman Danielle Bennett said in an email to the Washington Examiner.

Basically, they’re saying that they know people make mistakes, and it’s hard to spot forged papers, but some people are doing this knowingly and intentionally. No doubt ICE has had their eye on some businesses that were aiding illegals but were forced to wait on a law enforcement friendly political climate in order to act on their intel.

“This week, acting ICE Director Thomas Homan said his agency will increase workplace immigration enforcement effort four to five times the level current.

According to Bennett, that includes pursing more investigations and ‘conducting more I-9 audits.’

An I-9 form is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization for someone to be hired to work in the U.S.

Data provided to the Washington Examiner shows that from Feb. 9, 2016, to June 24, 2017, ICE arrested 42 people in management and 55 people in non-management for criminal immigration violations, and all but 15 were indicted and convicted. The highest amount in the past few years was in fiscal 2011 under former President Barack Obama, when ICE arrested 221 people in management and 492 in non-management, for a total of 713 — there has been a relatively steady decline in the years following.

On ICE’s website, it still has policy posted from 2013, which was revised and instituted in 2009 under Obama. That policy aims to target employers that use illegal immigrants as a business model, mistreat their workers, engaged in human smuggling or trafficking, commit identity and benefit fraud, launder money or engage in other criminal activity.

Regardless of the online policy, ICE under the Trump administration said it’s ready to go forward with continued crackdowns on illegal immigration — which was a cornerstone of the president’s campaign.

ICE officials were not able to describe what industries commit the most violations or what states have more violations than others.

‘All businesses, regardless of size, industry or geographic location, are expected to comply with the law,’ Bennett said.”

It’s ludicrous that this was an issue that was ever up for debate, considering that it’s just the simple act of enforcing the law. The United States has laws for the purpose of keeping its citizens safe, but some of those on the liberal side of the spectrum seem to be more interested in importing new voters than protecting the people already here.

These problems are especially prevalent in notoriously liberal states, where everyone is considered a monster if they don’t have a profusely bleeding heart. Downtrend reports that the problem is massive in California especially:

“This isn’t going to go over well in California where cheap illegal alien labor is rampant from produce pickers to Silicon Valley and cries of racism and Nazism will soon be emanating from the Chamber of Commerce and Democrat politicians who run the state with an iron fist.

ICE’s efforts will be a big help in improving the employment prospects of Americans but they also must be coupled with a federal crackdown on the H1-B visas that have allowed the leftist kooks who run all of the biggest social media and internet companies to bring in cheap overseas labor and screw American workers.

An increase in enforcement against the employers of the illegals is yet another message that there is a new sheriff in town.”

No matter what you think about immigrants, we must understand that turning a blind eye to breaking the law will only bring lawbreakers into the safe haven that is the United States. Thankfully President Trump is working hard to untie the hands of law enforcement and make this country safe, and great, once again.

[H/T: The Washington Examiner, Downtrend]

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Madwoman Maxine Waters Tells Crowd She’s Ready To Kill Trump Herself – Look What Happened Seconds Later

Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do?

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No matter what your political affiliation, we should be able to all agree that we need some sort of law and order. Without it, we’re anarchist ascribing to a “might makes right” system of government that is bound for failure. If you don’t believe that, just ask yourself when was the last time you found yourself in a room where the loudest and toughest person was also the wisest and most thoughtful.

Because human nature is what it is, even in a country where we value the right to defend ourselves, we also can’t just take people out because we don’t like them, and we certainly can’t dismantle a fairly elected government because we personally don’t agree with it.

That concept seems to be lost on some of the Democratic representatives who warm the seats of Congress these days. They are circulating the kind of extremist rhetoric that causes unrest among those who already had questionable moral foundations, and it’s verging on illegal.

The worst offender is, of course, Maxine Waters, whose recent speech was more than objectionable, railing against the President. America’s Freedom Fighters reports that her statements were at best, crossing over into threatening.

While this might seem like a clear reason to distance yourself from a political figure, apparently the good people of New York think that Waters is right on track, considering the thunderous applause:

“During an appearance at the Ali Forney Center gala in New York City, Congresswoman and ‘impeachment minstrel’ Maxine Waters promised a roaring crowd that she would “take out” the president that very night – a statement that has left many wondering if this was a direct threat on President Trump’s life or whether it was some sort of sick joke. (especially in the wake of Rep. Steve Scalise being shot by a liberal).

Waters made the promise to the group, which benefits homeless LGBTQ youth, amid the backdrop of violence against conservatives and the mainstream media literally picking apart every single thing Trump says or does for any hint of something to attack him over. Its safe to assume they won’t be doing the same after Waters disgusting remarks.

‘I’m sitting here listening, watching, absorbing, thinking about Ali even though I never met him. And with this kind of inspiration, I will go and take out Trump tonight,’ Waters stunningly said.”

This stunningly direct video was, according to report in The American Mirrortaken down once, and has been replaced just days ago. It’s easy to see why, since a high ranking Democratic Congresswoman who supposedly represents millions of Americans’ sentiments, is talking as if she plans to harm the President of the United States.

While it’s debatable that Waters actually does represent as many Americans as she would like to think, it’s downright despicable that she’s able to speak so openly against a sitting president without retribution.

Omar Navarro, a Republican who is running against Waters in next year’s congressional elections, called for her arrest in a post he made to Twitter.

Navarro went on saying,

“Secret Service should call for Maxine Waters immediate resignation after these comments. We don’t need lip service.”

Waters, unfortunately, wasn’t alone in her violently charged rhetoric, either. Democratic Chairman Tom Perez piled on, calling the President “dangerous”:

“’We have the most dangerous president in American history and one of the most reactionary Congresses in American history,’ Democratic Chairman Tom Perez said during his speech.

Perez also labeled Trump an ‘existential threat’ with no apparent worry that his words could be taken, along with those by Waters and other liberals in the media, as ammunition for a crazy leftist to once again attack Congress or even the White House.

Perez’s comments come as he reorganizes the DNC to better serve establishment candidates, pushing out several prominent Bernie Sanders supporters while pretending the shuffle was about diversity when in reality it was a transparent move to make sure he can control who the party supports for president in 2020.

Going back to liberals seemingly embracing violent rhetoric against the president, it is important to keep in mind that the mainstream media themselves are also directly complicit in this move towards violence as they have either contributed to the vicious rhetoric or refused to call out those that have.” 

These comments are more than just troubling, they’re cause for action by the Secret Service. It’s up to law enforcement to show those who outrageously support people like Waters that these crimes against the President aren’t something we should be clapping about.

Waters seemed to take their applause as the green light to turn every speech that she makes into a political impeachment rally. Just two days after the gala, Waters made these comments at a benefit:

“We face unprecedented challenges today in our struggle against HIV and AIDS and I want you to know those people in Congress on the opposite side of the aisle from me control every branch of our federal government,” Waters said. “And we have, unfortunately, an unstable, erratic person in the White House.”

“We don’t know what this president will do, or say, or tweet from one day to the next. Don’t forget, this is not a political event, but I’m heading toward impeachment.”

She does know that it’s not a political event, but any day she gets to jab the President or rally support for her unprecedented impeachment campaign, is a good day for Waters, apparently.

It’s time that the American people take back their seats in Congress and elect politicians who will uphold the law instead of playing fast and loose with it.

[H/T: America’s Freedom Fighters]

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