Saturday, June 23, 2012

Democrat Voter Fraud Hangs over WI State Senate Race Recount

After a massive blowout in the recall election of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, State Senator Van Wanggaard still finds himself trailing his challenger John Lehman by 834 votes. This has prompted a recount of the results, which began on Wednesday.

We have reported previously about the electioneering activities by members of the community-organizing group Wisconsin Jobs Now and potential issues with a giant Obama “HOPE” painting hanging above voters as they cast their ballot in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center. Reports of threats were rampant in the Racine area, and in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News an individual reported someone threatened to smash an election observer’s head into the ground. Also, Breitbart News revealed a video of election officials stuffing absentee ballots into ballot boxes with open ballot boxes and ballots laying on the floor at another poling place.

A source is now reporting that he witnessed one of the white vans dispatched by Wisconsin Jobs Now chauffeuring the same eight individuals around to three different polling places and witnessed them entering each polling place. Our source did not see what these individuals were doing inside each polling place, but they presumably happened to be inside long enough to vote. With numerous accounts of an extraordinary number of individuals entering poling places with ineligible post office change of address forms and water bills addressed to “occupant” only, this eyewitness account of a van unloading the same people entering three different poling places is more than alarming.

We now have evidence as well that Voces de la Frontera, an illegal alien rights front group, through their subgroup, Youth Empowered in the Struggle, dispatched over 400 high school students as part of massive and effective get out the vote drive to knock and drag voters to the polls. In the following video taken at a post-election protest in Milwaukee, Joe Shansky and Jorge Maya describe how these students were able to reach and mobilize some 3300 voters during the effort. The effort, of course, took place during school hours, during finals week with students from some of the most underperforming schools in Racine to target the most democrat precincts.

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